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    Behind the scenes stuff






    Suppose I should work on that poster.


    Got the score back from the composer, the guy's amazing. Mother grabbin Mandolin.


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    Actually, my mother gave me that mandolin!

    Thanks for the compliment! I've never really done that sort of simple strummy thing in a film like in the middle of Kinship. I'm glad you're liking it. But really, it's the opening with that mandolin that really rocks! Go make another movie that I can do that on the whole time. I can't wait to see the final, and maybe a long cut with the river scene.
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    Nice stills and banner, wheres the poster? I just caught this thread now, i like the title and location. Lookin' very good.
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    Hey Chris, I'm Anthony.

    This was really endearing. I thought the acting was great too. The music added to the story as it wasn't cheesy or ver the top. You brought it in, in al the right places. Overall the story was great and the extra twist was a bonus. It just worked well. My one catch would be I think he would have been torn up taking that metal plate off. He would have been more emotional. The joking around felt REALLY natural and that's really what sold me. The younger one had an Emilo Estevez via Young Guns feel to his performance which is a major plus. Nice work.
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    Anthony, I really appreciate the comments. You may thank Randin Graves for doing such a fine job with the score.

    I was really blessed to find two really great actor's in Ohio. I hear yah on your comment on the chest plate, the best take had a car alarm ruining the shot.


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    Good twist! Overall good job from the costumes to the acting to the dialogue. Did you shoot HVX with stock lens? Because it looked good.
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    Thanks Matt for the comments. By stock lens on the HVX, do you mean the one that's stuck on the front, then yes. We did position the camera far away and punched in to give a shallower depth of field as possible with the HVX. You can tell where some of the flatter shots are b/c we forgot move the camera further back. My biggest gripe with that camera is the low light capability is less than desired.


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