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alffy
Posted: March 4th, 2012, 2:44pm Report to Moderator
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Just thought I'd share this video.  It's a short I wrote a year or so ago and got produced last week.  It's called 'My Fifteen Minutes'.

Check it out if you get five minutes free.

http://vimeo.com/37885929

My Fifteen Minutes from Kelly Kloster on Vimeo.



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Awesome, Alffy! This is well done! Powerful stuff. I can't remember if I read the script before. Didn't seem familiar to me. My only complaint was, I didn't fully understand his motive for killing himself. Seemed like it was over an ex-girlfriend from the beginning, just didn't get why.

Love the title as well. Drives the point home. He'll get noticed for fifteen minutes, and then soon forgotten.

What are the plans for the film? Any festivals in mind???

James


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alffy
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The script has more V.O. which draws on his depression over his split from his girlfriend.  I'm pretty happy with it and it happened very quickly too. Only got contacted a few weeks ago and it's done and dusted already.


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Really clean professional job man. You should be very proud.

Seeing writers like you get a shot at some well deserved credit gives us all hope.

Thanks for sharing and happy writing.

Take care

Shawn.....><
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Congratulations, Aiffy!  ))
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Nice one alffy! I recall reading that short a couple of years back?

The BG music was sort of cool too


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Congrats, Alffy. Brilliant stuff.

Now all you need to do is get Pub Lunch produced.
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Good on you, Anthony.
This is a fine production and you deserve a lot of that credit.
Keep up the great work!

Regards,
E.D.


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Just saw this.

Great news. Very happy for you, Ant. Especially pleasing as you're a lovely bloke.

You can add it to a showreel, which is always good to have.


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Cheers guys.
The weird thing is I've not had any contact about anyone producing my shorts then I got two emails in two days, unfortunately it seems the other has fallen through, but hey ho I can't grumble.


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Hey Alffy,

That was pretty good.  Congrats on getting it made.

The music was great and added an awesome atmosphere in some parts, but I think in other parts, such as the voiceover, it could've been toned down some.

But all in all, really quality filming.  Congrats again.

- Mark


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Hey Alffy,

Looks good.  Excellent cinematography.  

The only thing I can say that is negative about it would be that the music was a bit distracting at times.

Nicely done, however.
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Great work, Alffy.

Really? I enjoyed the music, made it more depressing.
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I read the script before watching the video. The script read very well and had some comic bits thrown in with a strong meaningful structure.

However, when it was made into a film, this was all lost. What happened? The director has torn it apart and made it all cheesy, unclear and just awful! No, no, no!

Bad, Director, Bad.


SAM OF THE PRYCE!
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Hey Allfy,

Managed to take a look.

As someone who has had nothing produced, i wait for that day - hope it feels good.

The production was good, and i liked the music, but after a while i felt it sagged a bit, lost pace so to speak. I like the idea and it seems from above that things changed to your script, but i suppose thats was you have to expect.

Well done.


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