View Poll Results: Should IMPRINT be expanded into a feature film?

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    Senior Member cinealma's Avatar
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    Congrats! Looking forward to seeing your film.



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    aravance, looking forward to seeing your film. Something in my gut tells me this is going to be a surprise sneaker hit.
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    Nice colors on the grabs there. Their small size makes me want to see more too, don't know if that was intentional marketing, but it worked

    I took a small scale approach to, so looking forward to how you approached the theme as well
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    Now that the film is out, I would love some feedback on what people thought.

    I know how important feedback is to us filmmakers, so I'm going to be making my rounds after I view everyone's film and leave my comments as well.

    Thanks!


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    OMG! GREAT FILM! Loved the acting, the story, the look, the pace, it had me gripped to the end! Bravo, bravo!
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    New short film THE APPOINTMENT now available to see!


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    story was ok but didnt do much for me. I did like how it looked, good compositions and lighting. good job!


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    Great work! Looked really good, sounded great. Nice narration... excellent story. This one really stood out for me so far...

    Very nice lighting btw!

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    with only a few more to watch, this is One of my favs from the fest.

    I suppose if I had to crit.. it would be the VO. It would have been pretty tough to pull of the same story just relying on visuals.

    Otherwise, I dug the cine and music. The story and character's reversal at the end really drives the end.

    Cheers.
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    I have watched 14 films already and this is my favorite so far. The scene with the fire reflected in the glasses was beautiful and the story was coherent. The moment with the gun and the girl was directed brilliantly. Loved it!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Edgen
    with only a few more to watch, this is One of my favs from the fest.

    I suppose if I had to crit.. it would be the VO. It would have been pretty tough to pull of the same story just relying on visuals.

    Otherwise, I dug the cine and music. The story and character's reversal at the end really drives the end.

    Cheers.
    /j
    Throughout postproduction, I was thinking of getting rid of the VO entirely. But because that was the way the script was written, it would be hard to get across everything I wanted without it. But I definitely think next time I will go without the VO - I believe films need to rely more on telling things visually anyway.

    Thanks for the feedback!


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