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    Right on Schedule - A Film by Bill Christensen
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    Right On Schedule
    A Film By Bill Christensen

    An older brother tries to keep the legend of Santa alive....for is 20 year old little brother.


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    Director: Bill Christensen
    Cinematographer: Jace Brownlow
    Grips: Richard Marcy and Danny Barnett

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    Bill Christensen
    Richard Marcy
    Jace Brownlow

    Camera: Canon EOS 7D

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    Yes! This will be hilarious.


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    Haha! Love it.


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    I already love it. Nice concept.

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    Filming completed on first day of two day shoot! I'll take it!!! I am extremely excited to edit this one. Jace Brownlow helped me get some really fun shots!


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    I dun did what I could


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    Two screen grabs posted up top!


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    New poster up top!


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    Great job. Funny script, good acting, nice lighting and camera angles. Lots of laughs. You and Jace are quite a team. A clever idea in a single location and you really pulled it off.

    SPOILERS! SPOILERS!


    If I had one minor nit-pick it would be the depiction of Santa. A little too weird - and I immediately thought it was the younger brother with the crummy costume and Jace's voice. Might have been better if Santa was just a shadow or kept off screen. That was the only part of the film that didn't quite live up to the overall excellence of the rest.

    Super job, I really enjoyed it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by taylormade View Post
    Great job. Funny script, good acting, nice lighting and camera angles. Lots of laughs. You and Jace are quite a team. A clever idea in a single location and you really pulled it off.

    SPOILERS! SPOILERS!


    If I had one minor nit-pick it would be the depiction of Santa. A little too weird - and I immediately thought it was the younger brother with the crummy costume and Jace's voice. Might have been better if Santa was just a shadow or kept off screen. That was the only part of the film that didn't quite live up to the overall excellence of the rest.

    Super job, I really enjoyed it.

    :p yeah that ending was sketchy for us right of the bat. We preferred the spoof version with santa inevitably has the squirts…
    But non the less we did what we could for what we had, which was about 2 days entirely for production :P


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