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    Best of luck, Norm & Rebecca! I like the title and banner graphic, it sounds and looks very promising.


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    DRAT! Rebecca missed posting on the first page ... I was puprosely holding out replying, as I wanted her to get on there. Serves her right for having a life outside of DVXuser, lol!

    Thanks Geoff, Brian, Michael, Justin, preston, Jazz Dog, Ted, and Brandon for the props ... I can confidently say that we're pulling out all the stops for this one, learning everything we did from WHERE SILENCE FALLS, and applying it to this & then some. I am EXTREMELY excited for this one, and we'll have our hands full (or at least I will ... still trying to weigh out how much Rebecca can take on, with everything else on her plate as well) ... a lot of my issue will be my traveling schedule, and working this around it.

    Oh, and glad everyone has liked the name, but I've got to give props to Jeremy Tuttle ... he is THE MAN when it comes to graphic design work! The final banner will likely change, as this was a preliminary he did, before we decided on our final story, so the final banner/graphics will relfect what our script is about.
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    Oh neat, this'll be a period piece huh? I look forward to seeing this film. Berlin is a cool place. Its atmosphere is very thick.
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    Sweet, what told you it was a period piece? Wasn't sure how many would get it.
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    The swastikas maybe?
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    swastika flags and Berlin

    I just figured 1920-1945.
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    Yeah, same here actually.
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    1939, to be precise. Exactly why I wanted the swastikas. Hoping the period, and the vibe that both it & locale (Berlin) will bring, will help to separate it from the mainstream.
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    In hopes of not showing this stuff TOO soon, I've updated the second post already with a few BTS/Location photos, on the scouting trip Rebecca & I took a couple weeks ago. Location secured.

    http://www.dvxuser.com/V6/showpost.p...79&postcount=2
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    "The Indispensable Chaucer" - Comedy - 5 min - FINALIST in DVXuser's BetrayalFest
    "Berlin" - Dramatic Period Thriller - 15 min (WINNER - Best Historical Film at Route 66 FilmFest ... nominated for BEST SCORE, BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY, BEST ART DIRECTION at AOF Fest)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Envision
    In hopes of not showing this stuff TOO soon, I've updated the second post already with a few BTS/Location photos, on the scouting trip Rebecca & I took a couple weeks ago. Location secured.

    http://www.dvxuser.com/V6/showpost.p...79&postcount=2
    So - wait.

    The name of the cafe is very authentic - I checked out "Huber" - as in "Huber's Cafe" - and it's southern German in origin and means - no kidding - "man who owns a hube". Well done on that count.

    But it now appears you're not actually going to Berlin to film this? That's not particularly authentic, is it?
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