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    Producer Mod Brandon Rice's Avatar
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    I wanna hear it



    I also want to recognize all the people who worked on the film.

    Written and Directed by
    Brandon Rice & Daniel Noa

    Cinematography and editing
    Brandon Rice

    Original Music
    Matt Derr

    “The St. Clare Burning”
    By Tear The Sails
    2005 All Rights Reserved
    www.myspace.com/tearthesails

    Sound mix and boom operation
    Matt Derr & Ryan MacArthur

    Visual Effects
    Henry Schneider

    Logo Design
    Jason Lavorante

    Creative Consultant
    Gina Hoke

    Produced by
    Brandon Rice


    Cast

    Sarah Anne Rice: Jennifer Clark
    Jorge Noa: Agent Rodriguez
    Brad Silverman: Dr. Carlson
    Jake Putich: Jake Clark
    Lauren Roward: Lauren Holmes

    SPECIAL THANKS

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    Norm Sanders (Envision)
    Jack Stanley (jdanstan)
    Chris (krestofre)
    Signature Productions
    Signature Fundraising
    Russ & Carina Rice


    Technical details:
    Shot with a stock DVX
    Lit with a 1k softbox, and one 650 Ari.
    Sound was with an Azden shotgun mic, and Azden mixer
    Cut in Avid XPress Pro 4.5
    All Color Correction was done using the Avid color correction tool.


    Some of the pieces of music that the fabulous Matt Derr did for us.


    www.splivemovie.com/mystery.mp3
    www.splivemovie.com/chase.mp3
    www.splivemovie.com/healing.mp3
    www.splivemovie.com/target.mp3

    Blogsite for the film

    www.noarice.blogspot.com


    Thanks for all the comments!
    Last edited by Brandon Rice; 05-15-2006 at 09:44 AM.
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    Great movie! how was the blood effect done?


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    Dug it, man. Dug it.

    More constructive criticism when I get back from my errands ;)
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    Brice,

    Very well done.

    I liked how you kept it simple and only used the CGI for some extra "punch".
    The blood effect was effective and blended well with the shot, looked extremely proffessional.
    The sniper scope was also well done, that was by far the best scene of the film, the flashback scene, and my favorite.
    Only, the sound of the gunshot from the rifle sounded too "fake". It sounded like a cap gun or something.

    Kudos to the man that played Rodriguez, he's a great actor and inhabited his role well. He was perfect.
    The main lead, the girl, was good as well and held her own.
    I only had a problem with the psychiatrist, he was a little stiff and seemed to "know" there was a camera in front of him, if that makes sense.

    The editing was crisp and flowed fantastic for the story and the cinematography was natural and wasn't too distracting and over the top, bringing attention to itself, you know like trying to show off.
    It was perfect for the story.
    which brings me to the story... For a 6 minute piece it had a beg, mid, and end in my opinion and a depressing ending at that. Just what I like.

    Good Job and keep it up, Briceman!

    I'm sure I'll think of more after I watch it again, but this was coming straight from just watching it for the first time.
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    i liked your concept but i think some of the lines were a bit cliche at times as well as the ending. i don't mean to be rude. I really liked the assassin actor. I felt he was the most natural


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    I'll add to the initial kudos, with more to come.

    Great job, Brandon. I agree the assassin was perfect--I'm loving the redemptive imagery. The story moved well, and I was fairly quickly invested in the characters.

    A bit confused at first--I thought the hand-bleed guy was the "healer", and was initially waiting for him to come back in, but I eventually came up to speed--more likely my slowness than the development.

    Where was that Library? I saw Adams' book on the shelf.


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    The healing hand effect at the beginning was great way to draw the audience in to the story. After that I was hooked to see what I was in for. The dialogue during the face-off with the assassin was little off, but a great story none-the-less.
    "What IS your fascination with my forbidden closet of mysteries?"


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    Cool flick! Enjoyed it very much.


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    Hey everyone, I'm here sitting in LAX. I just couldn't stay away that long! Thanks for all the comments! I will try to answer each of your questions as I can. Thanks again for watching and I'm glad you all enjoyed it!
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    Brandon,
    With all your darned excitement I was ready for a disappointment...but I didn't get it. Nice job. You should be happy with what you did on this. No aliens just an exceptional girl in a world not ready for her. The healing of the hand was cool. I DID wonder about her not saving her friend, though. Maybe she just didn't have time under the circumstances. Anyway, you done good.


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