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    More Cowbell Pictures Michael Anthony Horrigan's Avatar
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    I thought I was having more technical issues but I guess it just ended abruptly. I know you really squeezed this one in so I understand.

    I did like many of your shot choices. You definitely have a unique style so that's a good thing.
    Maybe just give us a little more next time.

    I hope you jump in early next fest and show us more.


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    Almost missed this thread with the name change, glad I found it. I’ll be straight up – I didn’t get it. I liked the portrayal of the relationship from the single perspective on the couch. From that view, I thought the shot in the car was unnecessary and took me out of what was being built. And the biking – even after the end I don’t know where he’s going. I think it’s him after he broke up with her, but I’m not sure. And while I liked the perspective on the relationship, there didn’t seem to be any kind of arc to it, so I wasn’t sympathetic to the lead when it ended. You had some really good ideas in there, but I think you said it yourself - this just didn't get fully finished. But props for doing something and getting it in. That's a huge victory in itself.



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    Unique approach. The fact that I have questions is what I like. I have enough to fill it in, but the things I don't know are what makes this good. I felt so disappointed when it ended and it looks like she did too, but not knowing for sure is the best. I loved the music, quick cuts and the exterior shot opened it up nice. Beautiful piece of work.
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    Thanks for all the feedback everyone! Adam had been saying he wanted to submit something for years and I think we got over the hurdle of getting the first submission in, so we have a jumping off point to improve upon. We will definitely get a bit more of a head start for next years fest, but it was a great experience conceiving of, shooting and editing a film in under 24 hours!


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