Ko M... Can you please help me network to get the word out that I'm crewing up for 6 days of shooting Sleepless On Sunset... multi-ethnic, multi-cultural Romantic Drama hour episodic TV series (New Media "Pilot") See Facebook / Sleepless On Sunset and SleeplessOnSunset.com.
My direct email is jje@StreamScene.com. I have a page here on dvprofessionals.com
Hey, sorry to have ignored your comment way back in September about a "little *ucker" trailer -- i haven't really kept up with my DVProfessionals page. Anyway, you probably long since forgot about it, but the trailer can be found here:
It's a schlock/low budget, direct to DVD affair, but was fun to cut.
It was all I could do to get the pacing more or less down in the time given -- I'd like to go back over it and give it a lot more polish. Still learning a lot of final cut/after effects etc. techniques though, and video editing is more of a sideline for me at the moment. I'm fascinated by how trailers are cut, how they are paced, how they break into different movements & the various tricks used to slick them up.
Anyway -- thanks for the interest! Sorry it took me 6 months to get back to you, heh.
January's meeting has artists and producers from several different areas of our animation world.
ANIMATION WORLD NETWORK
The premiere spot for all types of animation news, the Animation World Network has launched AWN Television has recently launched. For some it's a fantastic way to be recognized by the top studios in the world. What are some steps that you can take to make your work more visible?
Rick DeMott, Managing Editor of AWN and Maureen Whelan will be on hand to talk about a couple of top tips to promote your own animations. What goes into a good demo reel or great animation piece will only get you halfway there. You need people to see your work as well! Rick will talk about what makes an animation show up on AWN's radar. Maureen will also talk about some of the things she's done to promote her new horror film, "Client 14".
PLASTIC COW: PRODUCTION
Plastic Cow's Mickey Corcoran has written, produced, directed, animated and taken part in just about every aspect of video production you can imagine. His experience with producing video podcasts that rival television productions provides an abundance of "what to do" and "what not to do" gems. Mickey will bring us some lessons that his production and post production has brought him.
Mickey is also hiring - want to get seen by him? Bring your demo reel on a DVD to hand off to him. You can find out more about P-C by visiting his site: http://www.plastic-cow.com/
The agenda has now been set for the 8th Annual FCPUG "SuperMeet" to be held Wednesday, January 7, 2009 at the UCSF Mission Bay Conference Center in San Francisco, CA. Doors open at 4:30pm and presentations begin at 7pm and continue until 10PM. This SuperMeet promises to be the single largest gathering of Final Cut Pro users and Gurus during Macworld Conference and Expo SF. READ MORE
Sounds great - I'd love it. Is this the same person you mentioned to me when I first signed up - that is also a Pasadena local? I don't visit this site very often, so feel free to pass along my personal contact info - firstname.lastname@example.org or 626-797-9926.
Where do I log on or tune into to hear your interview tonite?
By the way, that was very nice of you to post my Netflix info.