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    Ryan, as always you ROCK on detailed information, etc. Thanks for all the specs, Q&A's, and other cool information on the first page. Also loe the new avatar ... it was just this white shield with a horse, and BAM when a I clicked to the next page we've got this cool black beauty with the red & tan letters ... very cool. Keep it!

    Looking forward to seeing your film ... should do well!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Norm Sanders
    Ryan, as always you ROCK on detailed information, etc. Thanks for all the specs, Q&A's, and other cool information on the first page. Also loe the new avatar ... it was just this white shield with a horse, and BAM when a I clicked to the next page we've got this cool black beauty with the red & tan letters ... very cool. Keep it!

    Looking forward to seeing your film ... should do well!
    Thanks much appreciated. I try to provide info that I think would be interesting for other filmmakers- or at least, what I find interesting anyway.

    Glad you like the new avatar- I wasn't happy with the previous one, so I've been tinkering around, and I think I've settled on this one, as I like the look / style. Now I'm just working on the banner for when this fest is done, and I replace the banner with my dp banner. I think I'm on revision 5 now ....
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    This looks great and along the vien that we did. Dale didn't want to make a typical spy film also. I'm glad there is another thats breaking the mold. Good Luck!!!
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    Nice, glad to hear there are others that took another approach. I'll keep an eye out for your film.
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    Ha, watch, now there won't be a single 'typical' spy film in the fest because we ALL took a 'unique' approach with the stories, lol!

    Ryan, just watched your BTS clips ... some funny stuff in there, thanks for sharing!
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    bts looks good. i especially like the grab of the lights coming through the blinds


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    Big cast, cool gear, and nice lighting from what I can see.

    Looking forward to this, especially the low angle poo shot.

    I have a feeling we are in for some rack focus there maybe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keystoned
    I have a feeling we are in for some rack focus there maybe?
    In the extended cut, the rack focus is there- but to get the film to fit within the 6 min time frame, I had to loose the rack focus as the point was communicated well with out it. There are a couple of other beats that I had to sacrifice as well for the DVXuser cut of the film, but they are there in the longer version. While I do like the DVXuser cut, I feel better about the longer cut, as I like the pacing more.
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    good music, well shot.

    the concept was fun but drawn out too long i think. It also didn't really feel like a spyfest film.


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    Quote Originally Posted by wesley
    good music, well shot.

    the concept was fun but drawn out too long i think. It also didn't really feel like a spyfest film.
    Thanks on all comments. I'm glad that it didn't feel like a spy fest film, as this was not supposed to be a traditional spyfest entry. It is definately on the outer limits of gathering information without the approval of others.
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