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    Hi Guys

    Here's the trailer from my latest film. You probably won't be able to understand what the actors are saying since it's in a foreign language, so I'll give you a quick synopsis.

    Title: Don't Look in the Closet
    Genre: Horror

    A man who's cynical about anything spiritual, moves into a house where two years before a double murder/suicide took place. His beliefs in the afterlife start to change once he starts seeing the former occupants.

    Starring: Lasha Phatsavong, Khanitta Khounphannavong, Art Phonethong, Sam Pakam, Fong Soukhaseum, Terri Mathi, Kenny Che, Hong Noi, with Pone Phummithone.


    Last edited by Director; 03-30-2013, 11:27 AM.

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    Well I don't know what you spend on this, but I know a market that would pay about 15K for this right now
    Distribber - Keep 100% of your film's revenue

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    • #3
      The special effects looks cool, but I felt the audio was a tad bit bad. i hope you do not get upset with me over this, I just thought it was bad audio. What language is it in?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Mark View Post
        The special effects looks cool, but I felt the audio was a tad bit bad. i hope you do not get upset with me over this, I just thought it was bad audio. What language is it in?
        Dear Mark, when I find you, your ass is MINE! Bwahahahahahaha

        Just kidding. Actually good call on your part. This was a rush job (3 days) for a partner in Asia working on a distribution deal. I have not cleaned one single second of the audio. The entire project is still in post, and I usually wait until the finished cut is final before I tackle the audio.

        The language is Lao. Many years ago I started working with the Asian communities in production, so I work with Chinese, Vietnamese, Lao, Cambodian, and Thai.

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        • #5
          Just keeping it alive :)~

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          • #6
            What did you guys film it on?

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            • #7
              Sony HDR AX2000

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              • #8
                If it was in english, I'd watch it!

                Who am I kidding, I'd pee myself

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                • #9
                  That looks really good! I think the lighting was a little dark sometimes, but overall amazing. It is very intense, even though I don't know exactly what they were saying. The vfx were good too, but didn't hold up when he was waving his flashlight around and there was the pillar that was kind of cut off. (right around 1 minute in.) Good job!
                  -AF

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                  • #10
                    Thank you, and thanks for watching.

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                    • #11
                      I live in bangkok. I think you wouldn't have too much trouble finding a market for this kind of thing here. The thais are gaga for their ghosts

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                      • #12
                        Hi Rich

                        Here's a movie I did using almost all Thai actors. You might recognize some of them.

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                        • #13
                          "The felonies are piling up!" I love it. Nice job. I think the locals would love this.

                          As for my trailer: My protagonist is walking a long lonely road in the trailer. No doubt. I'll take another look through it. Re the voice overs: the narrator's voice is the voice of my lead actor. Can't change that though I've been working with him on delivery. The character's not a sinister guy though so it won't be changing too much.

                          If you have a minute check out the teaser (48 seconds) and let me know if you think that's better.

                          http://theshadowseamovie.blogspot.co...hadow-sea.html

                          Thanks again for the input.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Rich View Post
                            Re the voice overs: the narrator's voice is the voice of my lead actor. Can't change that though I've been working with him on delivery. The character's not a sinister guy though so it won't be changing too much.
                            Hey Rich. Let me start by saying how much I envy you living in Bangkok. It's really an awesome city, and one of my favorite places. I hope to return and make a movie there soon.

                            About the lead actor. To me it sounds like there no expression in his voice, like he's just saying the lines. He should watch some old Clint Eastwood movies and copy the voice style. Get him to talk deeper, maybe a little raspier. Take him out on an all night drinking bing and have him chain smoke 3 packs of cigarettes, that should do the trick.

                            But all in all, you're doing a great job. It's actually hard to make Bangkok look like a seedy place. Most people don't realize how clean it really is.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Director View Post
                              Hey Rich. Let me start by saying how much I envy you living in Bangkok. It's really an awesome city, and one of my favorite places. I hope to return and make a movie there soon.

                              About the lead actor. To me it sounds like there no expression in his voice, like he's just saying the lines. He should watch some old Clint Eastwood movies and copy the voice style. Get him to talk deeper, maybe a little raspier. Take him out on an all night drinking bing and have him chain smoke 3 packs of cigarettes, that should do the trick.

                              But all in all, you're doing a great job. It's actually hard to make Bangkok look like a seedy place. Most people don't realize how clean it really is.
                              Yeah it's my kind of town. Right now it's mid 90s outside, just like yesterday and the day before and the day before and the....

                              what I want voice-wise out of my lead is a kind of dark sincerity. He'll bend over backwards to help someone who's been good to him but air you out if you cross him. Trying to turn that into a vocal style is going to be one of the challenges going forward. He's a good actor though with a lot of experience in big productions who is committed to the project so I have faith he'll nail it in the long run.

                              Re bkk and seediness: the discrepancy between the haves and have nots here is gi-normous and that's part of the story. I went down to klong toei to shoot one night. Not a lot of tourists down there.

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