QUOTE(Rodney @ Jan 28 2009, 07:46 AM)
Completing a three year project of any kind is a big deal.
Wow. You can be justifiably proud of this one.
Not that we have a choice here... but I can't wait to see this film in its entirety.
Good luck on the film festival circuit.
Okay... maybe I read that part wrong and you aren't running the film through the circuit.
You should though!
Its been a heck of a ride. My roommate and I are both tired of it. No film circuit here, this was mostly for learning/collaborating practice - and it isn't perfect. (Not by a long shot =)
QUOTE(rusty @ Jan 28 2009, 08:20 AM)
... Try to do a project postmortem -- what you did right, what you did wrong, etc. Takes only a day or two and doing so can really help you improve as you move downstream with each project you do (not that you could tell from my current project LOL!)
Totally! The post-mortem is already begun, really. We've been talking over what works, what doesn't, things that should have been handled differently ever since final renders began two months ago.
Oddly, we've already begun batting around ideas for the next project
(this time I'm writer/director, his other story ideas are a bit too allegorical/serious - I want something funny and fun this time.)
I've already started preliminary character designs for "Figure Drawing" (working title)
I'll post the completed Mountain film after the screening on 2/7