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IndieFilmmaker
02-17-2012, 07:34 PM
Here's a link to a new trailer of my upcoming movie.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q_Tv_WfHvlE
Feedback is appreciated:)

Nick Soares
02-17-2012, 08:01 PM
Hey, "tiny links" dont embed here, so I add the normal link so it would :)

IndieFilmmaker
02-17-2012, 08:04 PM
Thanks!
I didn't know that. Now, I do:)

Yolli
02-17-2012, 08:05 PM
that red head is cute

Nick Soares
02-17-2012, 08:29 PM
If I recall, this was your first video you made? Much better then my first :p

IndieFilmmaker
02-17-2012, 08:53 PM
Yes! It's my first feature film It's 74 minutes long.
I completed it almost five months before my 21st birthday.

Havey
02-17-2012, 08:54 PM
Congrats on making your first feature film. I enjoyed the trailer for the most part. there were some shots where the audio was a bit loud, and it had some random cuts. but it look really interesting. Is it released yet? Or did you say a date and I missed it?

IndieFilmmaker
02-17-2012, 09:10 PM
Thanks!
I was going with some random shots and bad or off audio scenes to create a more "old footage or out of focus" moments for the trailer. Yes, I need to work on some scenes in which I wasn't too happy with. Trying to make a trailer that generally pleases most people. I'm trying a few different things, to see what works best.

At the moment, the film is not release yet.
I'm still debating what to do with it.

Havey
02-17-2012, 09:12 PM
It seems very interesting.

But I can see where you were trying to come from with the random shots, and off audio. Is the whole film like that? Or just certain scenes? And this may be an odd question, but is it set up like someone is with them with a camera? Or was it just filmed to give a nice first person point of view?

Nick Soares
02-17-2012, 09:32 PM
Thanks!
I was going with some random shots and bad or off audio scenes to create a more "old footage or out of focus" moments for the trailer. Yes, I need to work on some scenes in which I wasn't too happy with. Trying to make a trailer that generally pleases most people. I'm trying a few different things, to see what works best.

At the moment, the film is not release yet.
I'm still debating what to do with it.

Something great I noticed here, is that YOU noticed stuff you didnt like, this is a big plus in my book. Keep it up

IndieFilmmaker
02-18-2012, 12:27 AM
There's always room to improve.
As far as off audio and video footage... I mostly did that for the trailer. Not the movie.
The concept is that they are recording their daily life. So when they get old, they will look back at all the footage and recall how they felt on that certain day.
The film starts near the end, works in itself from begging to end after that point.
There's multiple things (story lines) going on within the three main characters and ultimately how they decide to handle them. It's very twisted storyline. At least, that's what some claim ha

Nick Soares
02-18-2012, 12:46 AM
There's always room to improve.
As far as off audio and video footage... I mostly did that for the trailer. Not the movie.
The concept is that they are recording their daily life. So when they get old, they will look back at all the footage and recall how they felt on that certain day.
The film starts near the end, works in itself from begging to end after that point.
There's multiple things (story lines) going on within the three main characters and ultimately how they decide to handle them. It's very twisted storyline. At least, that's what some claim ha

This sounds interesting, honestly if its a "found footage" type deal then the audio doesnt have to be perfect. Im am very interested in seeing this.

Nick

IndieFilmmaker
02-18-2012, 12:54 AM
Yes, that's why I'm not entirely worried about the audio. For the most part, it's clear and easy to understand in the film. For the trailer, I wanted to mess with it a bit.
It's a very solid film. I'm just trying to determine what to do it with it now. I'm sending it off to some film festivals.

Edward 40hands
03-06-2012, 07:17 PM
Hey indiefilmmaker.
my honest opinion. i think the sound issues are very distracting, the dialogue level is low, but the added sfx are piercing. even if you can match your audio levels it would be a huge improvement. i love your story concept, acting was tight, and kudos' for the pg13 boob shot lol. i think you need to look into some lighting techniques, even with the "reality" type footage, it will add a whole new dynamic to your film (you can fake natural lighting) try using a reflector, or even a big white piece of card and bounce the natural light onto your subject, even using an everyday beside lamp to light your subject face. i realize you probably don't want to reshoot this, but just something to think about for future projects. it is a great start, and your story telling is on point :D
hope i wasn't too harsh

IndieFilmmaker
03-10-2012, 03:18 PM
Here's a new trailer! :)
Through The Same Lens (Official Trailer#3) - YouTube (http://youtu.be/07FSKyYSev0)

Nick Soares
03-10-2012, 04:41 PM
Here's a new trailer! :)
Through The Same Lens (Official Trailer#3) - YouTube (http://youtu.be/07FSKyYSev0)


Keep it up man! Gets better and better..

A few questions though,

What genre would you put this in?

If so, Does it have a scary ending?

OR

Is this a drama like, found footage?

IndieFilmmaker
03-10-2012, 11:01 PM
It's a found footage style film.
Genre is a drama but not entirely either.
I wouldn't call it horror but it has twisted things that occur in the movie.
That shock factor in which people say "Wow... Did that just happen" or "WTF"

I will call it a suspense drama film.

To give you a example. A few girls refused to take a role or have any part of the movie just off the script. They found it too offensive or too creepy or disturbing.
Some even offered me funding for the movie but it went against what the film represents.

Anyone can make a feature film with little money. You just have to want it. If you want to make a feature film. Go out there and make it happen. Don't just say I want to be a filmmaker. Be one!

I am pleased how it came out. :)

IndieFilmmaker
03-10-2012, 11:03 PM
To answer your question.
It ends with a twist.
The first ten minutes alone will throw you off.