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Since the N-O lot got a chance to see it and since Gemmill thinks it deserves a wider release, I present you with the movie I'll be using to apply to film school.

 

 

Any comments/suggestions gratefully received.

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Nicos, did you know that they do a lot of film lectures at the Tyneside Cinema? I got something through from them the other day with a list of the upcoming courses including an introduction to screenwriting etc. They're all evening classes and some of them sounded quite interesting - sounded right up your street tbh.

 

They cost like, but at £70 for a 10 lecture course on screenwriting, it's not too bad if it's something you're really interested in.

 

PS, I'm not saying this on the back of the above link. :blush: It was just FYI.

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Since the N-O lot got a chance to see it and since Gemmill thinks it deserves a wider release, I present you with the movie I'll be using to apply to film school.

 

 

Any comments/suggestions gratefully received.

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:blush: Canny

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Nicos, did you know that they do a lot of film lectures at the Tyneside Cinema?  I got something through from them the other day with a list of the upcoming courses including an introduction to screenwriting etc.  They're all evening classes and some of them sounded quite interesting - sounded right up your street tbh.

 

They cost like, but at £70 for a 10 lecture course on screenwriting, it's not too bad if it's something you're really interested in.

 

PS, I'm not saying this on the back of the above link. :blush:  It was just FYI.

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Cheers.

 

Had a gander Here.

 

Some of it looks interesting. Not sure about the price like, I'm more interested in watching them than making them.

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the texture, the depth.... it was, I'm ... speechless

 

truly magnificent.

 

 

Can't wait for the sequel tbh, just don't sell out and go for the bigger budget, I think a more introspective piece on Mr Incredible would really build on what you've established in the first film.

 

Glorious..

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the texture, the depth.... it was, I'm ... speechless

 

truly magnificent.

 

 

Can't wait for the sequel tbh, just don't sell out and go for the bigger budget, I think a more introspective piece on Mr Incredible would really build on what you've established in the first film.

 

Glorious..

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Yeah, Mr Incredible was probably the most interesting character to take forward, what with the whole Christ allegory I slipped in there. Though I think the whole pop culture spiritual icons thing isn't particularly original.

 

He'll be far more important next time, like Fredo in The Godfather.

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Speechless here. Can't say I've ever seen anything like that before.

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You're too kind. There were certainly hints of Citizen Kane to it.

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I say it was hauntingly evocative.

 

My fella says it was silly.

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shouldn't speak with his mouthful tbh

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