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Tuesday, January 11th, 2011
10:20 pm
OMGWTF! Furries Saga - Season 1: Revenge of the Yiff - Episode 4 (Season Finale)
After a short holiday hiatus (and a Season's Greetings from Pagan Stepdad), we return with the "thrilling" "conclusion" to the first season of OMGWTF! Furries SaGa.

As their journey finally begins, Robert brings Martino to a mysterious furry guru who can set him upon a path to furlightenment. Tio Koggey's dilemma with Silvermoon Lonewolf, having begun to seriously strain AnimalCon's resources, finally comes to a resolution - or does it?
Tuesday, November 30th, 2010
9:09 pm
OMGWTF! Furries Saga - Season 1, Episode 3: Revenge of the Yiff (Part III)

Before beginning his journey with Martino, Robert provides a taste of his family life and a familiar face returns. It proves to be the beginning of a fateful night when Tio Koggey must accept the blunders of his subordinates as blunders of his own. Meanwhile, in a gripping instance of life imitating art, Umgotts Studios gets a visitor with a dire message: that they are awful and need to stop making their unfunny videos.

In this successor to the original OMGWTF! Furries documentary, the consequences left throughout our culture for years after the original piece was completed. Some of the original cast returns. Some of the original cast has been brutally murdered. A dangerous enemy is at large, and Umgotts Studios is gearing up to release another stupid home movie. Meanwhile, a curious young man on a quest for justice, revenge, and vengeance is about to make his first foray into the furry fandom.
Saturday, November 20th, 2010
12:16 pm
OMGWTF! Furries Saga - Season 1, Episode 2: Revenge of the Yiff (Part II)

Watch this week as we continue to meet the cast, including not-quite-furry Martino and the illustrious illustrator Robert, while Tio Koggey faces a press conference undaunted by the sheer idiocy of it all.

In this successor to the original OMGWTF! Furries documentary, the consequences left throughout our culture for years after the original piece was completed. Some of the original cast returns. Some of the original cast has been brutally murdered. A dangerous enemy is at large, and Umgotts Studios is gearing up to release another stupid home movie. Meanwhile, a curious young man on a quest for justice, revenge, and vengeance is about to make his first foray into the furry fandom.
Saturday, March 20th, 2010
12:16 pm
Thursday, May 7th, 2009
12:58 pm
Sound designer and composer
 Just opened a BASIEs Official website.

Site about sound designer, music composer. 
About my work in film and multimedia industry.
I'm wide-open for international cooperation, interesting projects, creativity and fresh ideas.

Tuesday, September 9th, 2008
12:37 am
Man BItes God Music Video Competition
Thought you guys might be interested in this...

Australian band, Man Bites God, are bribing aspiring film makers with a chance to win AU$500 by making a music video featuring a Man Bites God song of their choice.

“A number of fans have made their own music videos for the band over the last few years and we wanted to recognise their efforts with a competition”, explains the band’s drummer and professional video director Chris Tomkins. “We’re not expecting anything amazingly polished for the $500 prize, we just want to see what great ideas are out there.”

The competition runs until November and is a simple as choosing a Man Bites God song, making a video and uploading to Man Bites God’s YouTube channel in order to be judged in November.

The band are looking for anything from surreal to literal, live-action, machinema, animation or some other technique that hasn’t been invented yet.

Details of the competition are available on the band's website http://www.manbitesgod.com or by watching the video on their youtube channel http://www.youtube.com/manbitesgod.
Monday, February 26th, 2007
3:56 am
Age/Date of Birth
What do u do when you work on films (indie or Pro) (producing, directing, editing, acing, sound, grips, camera....Etc.)? everything. I work alone b/c noone will help me.
10 Bands: NoDoubt, Rufio, Suburban Legends, Bad Religion, Cherry Poppin Daddys, Lost Prophets, 30 Seconds to Mars, The Goners, Dashboard Confessional, Blue October
10 Movies: Rocky Horror Picture Show. The Outsiders. Pulp Fiction. Life in the Bathtub of the World. Oceans 11 & 12. Star Wars. Cinderella. Rumble Fish. The Shining. and...Tru Confessions
Editing Software? (if any) Adobe Premier. Mac programs. Flash. and someothers.
Opinions [DETAiLS] I like working on the Mac the best!
best Movie of ALL time? um.....Rocky Horror!
Pirating? ?????
Best Camera? well. I like my Cannon camera and all. but on my Sony I can interview in night vision!
have you ever worked pro? I worked for the High School's jumbotron. that was fun.
ever worked overnight? yeah, on the Jumbotron.
Going to film School? I plan on it.
ever cried at the end of a production? yes. b/c I was angry at the end result. so im going back and doing it all over again.
What productions have you worked on? none really. except for this years slideshow.
Have you worked pro... if so with whom and on what? not really. again just jumbotron
Why you should be accepted, & why exactly you applied: b/c I feel that im good material. and my work could give ideas to other people. and im pretty damn well educated. so if you have anyquestions. hit me up.
tell us a story about anything (to do with film) that might interest us...well, with having a huge band family thats usually really spontanious, it's surprising how many get camera shy. well the one time I get these guys to do something, they do a swoard fight with these huge plastic candy canes they stole from Choir. and when they we're fighting they broke them. so they hid it from the teacher for a really long time. and I wound up using the footage on a fun video to put on the announcements. and well, they got in trouble, and they say I have to pay for it, b/c it's my fault they got in trouble.haha.
Email Adress? gothunwanted@yahoo.com
Something interesting below...... about your influences? Charlie Chaplin. just friggen awesome. nuff said.
Wednesday, December 20th, 2006
5:08 am
Shameless Self-Promotion!
Hey guys, I've finally gotten up a decent inventory of videos up on YouTube, and being the shameless self-promoting video geek I am, thought I'd share these works with you guys. Check em out and enjoy!

Friday, November 10th, 2006
1:31 pm
Selling Footage
Got a question. A filmmaker is looking to buy two different clips from me. One is a 30 second clip, the other is a 60 second clip. It's for a documentary and he's got a lot of corporate backing. He wants to use these clips both in the trailer and in the actual production.

My problem is I don't know how much to charge him for the clips. I want to charge a price that's fair, but also enough that I'm not taken to the cleaners or kicking myself later. Any thoughts?
Monday, November 6th, 2006
10:22 am
Assistance in buying equipment:
I need help finding locations that I can either buy in person, or order online, NEW lighting equipment. I also need to find a citable source for gauging the average pay for specific crew positions.

Can anyone help me?

Monday, May 15th, 2006
1:43 pm
Monday, April 17th, 2006
11:36 pm
here is the short sample of the script i promised its only the first few minuits and the rololing text at the start is not accurate and will be changed. if you are thinking of helping as asked in the previouse post and would like a full version of the scrip then please e-mail me at lordmannorhammer@hotmail.com

10:11 pm
mission statment
This blog is being set up so hopefully I can get a group of like minded film makers in the Somerset (England) area can ger together and make a movie and to raise funds for fore mentioned movie.

so if you live in the Somerset county Bridgewater, Bristol, highbridge , bath, Burnham-on-sea taunton or anywhere else where u can travel to brean on the coast near to weston about 35 minutes from Bristol by motorway 45 by train.

all equipment will be being hired by the weekend every few weeks so im looking fore people who can travel here for a weekend at a time. I can probably arrange for somewhere for people to stay and there are tons of b&b's around here.

the film I wish to make is a 28 minuet short zombie movie , has 3 main roles 1 smaller part and extras galore (ie as many zombies as I can muster)

I will post a sample of the script later today and anyone who is interested leave a comment and ill e-mail u a full copy.

my experience:

4 years in Bristol film club doing camera work on stop start animation and sever 4-5 minuet shorts.

2 years doing media studies at Bridgewater collage producing a 3 45 second advert advertising campaign and a 10 minuet short film about violence

2 years film Studies at Bridgewater collage
Thursday, March 16th, 2006
1:42 am
OMGWTF! Furries! and Red Raven Legends at I-Con
Just spreading the good word - our cult hit, OMGWTF Furries is screening at I-Con, this is its second public showing ever, and the first of 2006. There are two viewings, one late-night Saturday, one early Sunday evening, in the Old English Building 145 at Stony Brook Campus for I-Con (www.iconsf.org) If you're local, check it out, its a fun time had by all. You'll even get to meet the producers and entire cast of the film, including the twisted creator, Slim Gatsby, aka The Kemeeleon, and depraved writer Amadeus, who are doing a Q&A after each show. Plus get a sneak peak at the script for their upcoming, fully-independent feature-length film, The Red Raven Legends!

For more on us, check us out on http://www.umgotts.com

Tuesday, February 7th, 2006
10:32 am
Application for Membership
Name: Derek J. Power (although i'm posting as this, i'm better known as djproject)

Age/Date of Birth: 6 September 1982, currently 23

What do u do when you work on films (indie or Pro) (producing, directing, editing, acing, sound, grips, camera....Etc.)?
The rub is that I currently have not done a full film production from beginning to end. Right now, I have done just writing (and I'm still in that stage) and taking the first steps to prepare for production. I anticipate directing, operating the camera/working on the sound and editing.

10 Bands: (there's going to be some individual projects on there) Autechre, Blur, Enigma, Explosions in the Sky, The Mars Volta, Nine Inch Nails, Pink Floyd, Radiohead, Smashing Pumpkins, Vangelis

10 Movies: Andrei Rublyov, Au hasard Balthazar, A Clockwork Orange, High Fidelity, Le Mépris [Contempt], Le Passion de Jeanne d'Arc, The Producers, Ran, The Shining and Wings of Desire

Editing Software? (if any): I anticipate using Final Cut Pro

Opinions [DETAiLS]: Oh I've got opinions. For a sampling, go to facebook_cinema

best Movie of ALL time: either Andrei Rublyov or Le Passion de Jeanne d'Arc

Do I get booty? =] Seriously, if you are making money off of other people's work, that's piracy. This means that distributors are pirates =]

Best Camera? - in the film realm, I would go for Arriflex (versatility); in the DV realm, I would lean toward Canon XL2

have you ever worked pro?: Nope

ever worked overnight?: Yes but not on a film

Going to film School?: Stanley Kubrick School of Film

ever cried at the end of a production?: Not yet =]

What productions have you worked on?: Currently I'm the production of Omvendelsen

Have you worked pro... if so with whom and on what?: No

Why you should be accepted, & why exactly you applied: Meet with other filmmakers, seeking out advice for all kinds of things that I know will come to bite me in the ass =]

tell us a story about anything (to do with film) that might interest us..
Although I've not been in a film production, there have been moments where I've done small productions for class assignments. In high school, I had to do a group project for AP American History and it was a review of the Industrial Revolution/Progressive Era. For one scene, we decided to do a skit on Pres. W.H. Taft doing "trust-busting." Ian Marley was playing Taft and we stuffed him with pillows to give him the bulge. The way he played him was muscle man a la Arnold Schwarzenegger. He was going to provoke all the industrialists, like Andrew Carnegie. I played the Scotsman but interestingly I needed up looking like an Irishman with my fighting stance. He simply pushed me back. What was amusing was that I was surprised by how much force he exuded onto me (the padding gave him more inertia than he would normally have... transfer of momentum) and when he pushed me, he really pushed me far. I'm also tall as well so my centre of gravity sucks.

Email Address? see the profile for djproject

Something interesting below...... about your influences?
I finally have a top five director list that I can be comfortable with for a while (and soon I'll expand it to a top ten): Stanley Kubrick, Andrei Tarkovsky, Robert Bresson, Jean-Luc Godard and Lars von Trier.

Oh and this better not turn into a fuckyoucrew affair =]
Tuesday, November 29th, 2005
7:35 pm
I'm used to using AVID. I've never used any other editing software. But you can only edit DV on AVID. My boyfriend is making a video for some class and the camera he has uses 8mm.

Does anyone know what software I should download to edit 8mm???

Any help would be nice.


Current Mood: confused
Friday, November 25th, 2005
3:09 pm
Storing DV Footage?
Hey there! I've been doing DV filmmaking since February, and, in that time, have accumulated some 100 gigabytes of footage on my hard drive. File sizes vary from just under a gig to about six. I was going to start backin them up on DVD today, but the file structure of the ISO format doesn't support most of the large files.

Does anyone have any suggestions as to the best way of backing everything up for archival purposes? Should I encode it to standard DVD format, which will be time-consuming and use enough DVDs that it might be better off just buying a hard drive to copy everything onto (which is doubly expensive should I want to have a backup copy of them). I was considering encoding everything into high-quality DivX, and although I've used it to distribute short films and sketches online, I'm not sure of its value for archival purposes. I'm probably going to want to use most or all of this footage again at some point, for things like making ofs, bonus features on DVDs, or random clips.

I've since begun keeping my original DV tapes intact, but unfortunately that won't help for things I've already copied onto my computer and taped over.

Any suggestions, folks? Thanks in advance!

Saturday, November 19th, 2005
1:56 pm
Name: Joe "The Caucasian Hurricane"

Age/Date of Birth: 23

What do u do when you work on films (indie or Pro) (producing, directing, editing, acing, sound, grips, camera....Etc.)? Grip, Assistant Editor, Art Dept.

10 Bands: The Cables, Heptones, Dennis Brown, Alton Ellis, Jean Grae, Little Brother, Freddie McKay, Norma Fraser, Barrington Levy, Tenor Saw

10 Movies: A Story of Floating Weeds (Ozu), Audition (Miike), Chungking Express (Wong Kar-Wai), Fallen Angels (Wong Kar-Wai), Daimajin (Yasuda), Nobody Knows (Koreeda), Eyes Without A Face (Franju), Zombi (Fulci), Battles Without Honor and Humanity (Fukasaku), Blood Sucking Freaks (Reed)

Editing Software: FCP, Avid

Opinions: On What?

Best Movie Of All Time: Fallen Angels

Pirating?: Depends on what im buying, but they save me money.

Best Camera?: No interest in DP'ing, or Ac'ing so i could care less.

Have You Ever Worked Pro? Yup

Ever Worked Overnight? Of course, 26 hour day(s) are great, are they not?!

Going to film School? Nope

Ever Cried At The End of A Production? No, haha.

What productions have you worked on? Just wrapped the new Mary Lambert (The Attic), Roots music video(Don't Feel Right), Pitch Black music video(It's All Real), Super Ex-Girlfriend, and tons of low budget indies.

Have you worked pro... if so with whom and on what? Super Ex-Girlfriend (Uma Thurman), i did street lockups =)

Why you should be accepted, & why exactly you applied: Cause i am a squeeky ass grip throwin 4x's at PA's faces!!! And i just really like film.

Tell Us A Story About Anything (to do with film) That Might Interest Us: John Savage is one cool motherfucker, he'll eat with the crew and try to convert you into a christian. And i once threw at hot brick at my 1st AD cause she deserved it.

Email Adress? Joeecee@hotmail.com

Something interesting below...... about your influences? Ozu without a doubt. The man is a cinematic genius, and forever changed the way i look at film making. He seems thing as lines and shapes, not as objects and creates art through a moving medium. And probably the gaffer on Miike's "Audition", one of the most beautifully lit films i've ever seen. There are to many influences to sit here and write, mainly because they are all influential for many different reasons.
Thursday, November 17th, 2005
12:11 am
Lighting and Audio equipment:
I need to get lighting and audio equipment for an independant film. What can you guys recommend to a production on a budget?

Wednesday, October 19th, 2005
3:38 pm
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