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    Rich Spencer - "The Seeing"
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    From the creator of Hero Fest's CACHE comes "The Seeing."

    Download here. Right click "save as..."





    A few weeks ago Matt woke up after having a pretty twisted nightmare. He wrote down as much as he could remember and
    the result is The Seeing. After seeing his work on CACHE I immediatly called Justin (snodart) and asked if he would DP the project.

    We are lucky enough to have Dwayne Hancock on board doing sound and music. Dwayne is an accomplished sound engineer, having
    worked at Disney as well as with the Emmy winning sound designer Scott Weber of Lost.

    We finished shooting last Sunday and locked the picture yesterday. Below are a few production stills.

















    We had a blast making this short and hope everyone get's creeped the eff out.

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    Awesome ... welcome dude.

    Hey this looks like a good companion piece to msconce's flik -- diners and vintage cars, you should check his thread out.

    you got some nice gear there and some great lighting setups, looking forward to it.
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    DUDE! The bar has just been raised......


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    WOW! GREAT title! GREAT poster! GREAT poster photo! GREAT tagline! Super-creepy eye of girl in photo in poster! Cool-looking girl! GREAT BTS stills! Ultra-cool dolly track-jib, set-up! WOW! Looking forward to this one!
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    Dude, this looks great. Sounds like you got a super talented team behind this one. Can't wait!
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    New short film THE APPOINTMENT now available to see!


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    I'm sure Rich and Matt will chime in as well, but I wanted to say that these guys were awesome to work with.

    Tim and I were going to put something together for HororFest, but he is in Peru this month and was doing doctor stuff the rest of the time... and I have been slaving over the Snod35 DVD. It was killing me to see all the great posts about the entries, so when Rich asked me to join his project, I couldn't pass it up. Wow, what a good choice that was.

    It was amazing to work with people who have the same drive to get things done. Rich deserves major props for making this happen in the 11th hour and doing a superb job of rolling with the punches to keep everything moving. Everybody did a stand up job. I could go on and on...


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    Looking forward to this. I really liked snodart's work on Cache.


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    Great time...
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    Had a fantastic time shooting this with all involved. Night shoots took us to dawn and no one flinched or griped.

    Still... after several sleepless nights, I think we intend to look at our other scripts and change every INT./EXT. NIGHT ... to... INT./EXT. DAY

    A great time and a great experience.


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    that's a serious looking production. can't wait to see the film.


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    I was wondering which movie Justin was DP'ing on. I'm looking forward to seeing it, guys. btw, GREAT Poster!


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