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    Award Winning Feature Film Shot on a Canon 6D for $8000...Check it out
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    Fun Facts on why you should be interested in this...

    - Filmed 90% of the movie in one location
    - Shot on a Canon 6D and edited in FCPX
    - Directed, Produced, shot and Edited by a Mom and son team
    - Shot in a months time
    - Budget for Movie is $8000
    - Genre is Christian, horror, Thriller Supernatural (weird)
    - Very Diverse cast
    - Crew was about 5 people on a good day
    - Inspiration for Script was the movie Signs and Devil
    - Most of the actors are locally from the DMV area
    - Found all the actors through Facebook
    - Marco was suppose to be Spanish but Smitty Chai was so good the director turned his nationality to Asian
    - The F Stop Spectrum for this movie was 1.8 to 4.0
    - Most of the film was shot in a weeks time and everybody had full time jobs


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    What award did it win?


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    Aha, found it.

    Christian feature films awards for best 'Adopted Screenplay', 'Sound Editing' and 'Supporting Actress'.

    Amen.


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    FWIW, 6D MKII won't have 4K either.


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    Hmhmm, there is some discrepancy.

    According to http://truthawards.com/Awards_History.html, it won 'Best Original Screenplay'.

    www.scatteredthemovie.com claims that it won 'Best Adopted Screenplay'.

    Must investigate further.

    PS. Also, it should have entered in the competition for:

    - 'The Donna Hall Award for Spiritual Integrity in the Field of Christian Film Making'
    - 'The Good Samaritan Humanitarian Award'
    - 'Lifetime Achievement Award in Christian Film Making'

    I bet it would also won all of this awards, not because there were no submissions.

    PPS. It was unfair that it didn't won 'Pastor’s Choice'.


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    Quote Originally Posted by laverdir View Post
    Hmhmm, there is some discrepancy.

    According to http://truthawards.com/Awards_History.html, it won 'Best Original Screenplay'.

    www.scatteredthemovie.com claims that it won 'Best Adopted Screenplay'.

    Must investigate further.

    PS. Also, it should have entered in the competition for:

    - 'The Donna Hall Award for Spiritual Integrity in the Field of Christian Film Making'
    - 'The Good Samaritan Humanitarian Award'
    - 'Lifetime Achievement Award in Christian Film Making'

    I bet it would also won all of this awards, not because there were no submissions.

    PPS. It was unfair that it didn't won 'Pastor’s Choice'.
    Hilarious!
    Big sources matter.


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    Now boys. Be nice.


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    No one said it's easy to be a celebrity. With fame there goes a price to pay.


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