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    larry can chime in with more detailed stats if he has time and wants to.

    just was reading an email from him and thought you guys that entered would like to know, that we have served over 3,000 files (both individual and zips of all films) so far.

    so, folks are seeing your films.
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    that's pretty cool!
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    I'd be curious to know the detailed stats now! This post by Jason was 4 days ago, imagine how many by now?
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    I think in the past, most of the views really come pouring in after the finalist films have been selected. We've had fests with over 70 films in the past, so some people just want to see the top ones since by that time the films have been vetted. Some people don't want to watch every single film is all...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodney V. Smith View Post
    I think in the past, most of the views really come pouring in after the finalist films have been selected. We've had fests with over 70 films in the past, so some people just want to see the top ones since by that time the films have been vetted. Some people don't want to watch every single film is all...
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    My experience was great, read the posts and watched most of the films thus far, its hard putting stuff out there because you never know how people will take it or react. One time made a film about cheese, wow did that go down in flames. I’m one out of many many who enjoyed every film. It was much fun looking at the posters and then the films. Take this to heart, become objective, stand back and look at your film, most of the time each of us knows exactly what it needs and does not need, sometimes you can’t add or take away, This is so hard to do, but if you reach true flow, its incredible easy.

    There was so much respect with this festival, being on the net, all of you did great.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Three Billion Seconds View Post
    .... Take this to heart, become objective, stand back and look at your film, most of the time each of us knows exactly what it needs and does not need, sometimes you canít add or take away, This is so hard to do, but if you reach true flow, its incredible easy.....
    So true. You must reach for perfection. The audience doesn't care how hard it is to do this they just want to be entertained and any flaws will jar them, even if it is just music to loud on a roof top parking garage.

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