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    RF EYE-D -- Aram Bauman and MsManhattan
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    Here's mine and Aram Bauman's film. We hope you enjoy it!
    http://www.nrestudios.com/hero_mirro...tan_RFeyeD.mp4

    CREDITS
    Executive Producer: Aram Bauman
    Producer: Leslie Jaye Goff
    Directed by Leslie Jaye Goff and Aram Bauman
    Cinematography by Aram Bauman
    Screenplay by Leslie Jaye Goff
    Editing/fX/Post-Production: Aram Bauman
    Original Music by Stephanie Pray
    Additional Music by Justin Durban

    CAST (in order of appearance)
    Katrina Ricca
    Aisha Ricca
    Adina Bauman
    Rich Paul
    Ken Kecevar
    Olivia Bauman
    Steven Boling
    Irma-Estel LaGuerre
    Keston Paul

    CREW
    Second Camera: Steven Boling
    First Assistant DIrector: Adina "Who's the Boss of You Now?" Bauman
    Production ASsistant: Jessie Baum

    Special thanks to Aram who worked tirelessly to complete the special effects, compositing, etc., in a mere three weeks.
    Last edited by MsManhattan; 06-06-2006 at 01:02 PM.

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    I saw this and the fx on there was amazing... would love to get a behind the scenes DVD. Great work guys.


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    First impression: Wheeow! Those special fx looked incredible. I'll post a more in-depth review later when I'm on my main workstation. Right now I'm just doing preliminary views on all the films and getting them all downloaded.
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    maybe I'm going out of my mind but... where are the links to the shorts?


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    Omar, the link is http://www.dvxuser2.com/herofest/.

    It was originally posted in the "uploaded" thread in the HeroFest forum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MsManhattan
    Omar, the link is http://www.dvxuser2.com/herofest/.

    It was originally posted in the "uploaded" thread in the HeroFest forum.
    thank you


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    Great SFX! But for me, they didn't match / or become part of the movie - the style was so different than the other scenes. Some of the SFX reminded me of a Nike commercial. (not that there's anything wrong with being compared to a network quality commercial!)

    Regardless - the concept is great. The society that is depicted comes across well. And there's some great camera work!
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    Hey Mr punch, thanks for viewing. The 3 different types of visuals were because 2 of the scene were flashbacks. The shopping scene was a more closer to the real time flash back and the mother and son scene was much further back in time. The sound effect and flash between each of those scenes was supposed to give the idea of a flashback.

    Im glad you were able to get the society thing because that was the hardest part in such a short time.
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    Ok.... this film is awesome!!! I love the anime influences and feel of this flick... I sense a deeper meaning to the storyline, and felt it was very organic. Loved it!
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    Great job. As stated FX are great. I know that had to take some time. The best FX is the scene shown in your banner.

    I like the way you introduced the world. You made good use of your surroundings. I do wish the world (supermarket, etc) more closely matched the feel (art direction) of the other shots, but I know that take more $$ and time.

    Overall great job!


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