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Wednesday, March 29, 2006
I know it's trivial, but holy-smackerole!
Ok, ok, I know you all are tired of hearing it, but: I JUST SAW MY NAME ON THE BIG SCREEN!!!! sooooooo cooool. and it wasn't even that far down, they put my name in with the camera department!! I'm in the same group as the guy who did that Rob Zombie movie, sweeeeet! I'm soooo famous! heh heh, just kidding. I was just very excited. Someday guys, someday I'll be the cinematographer instead of the camera PA, or maybe just the gaffer. Oh, in case you didn't know (self promotion follows), I've got two 16mm shorts coming up that I'm gaffing, which is great because I love working with film. And I just gaffed a 35mm commercial this past weekend which was even cooler because 35mm is so awesome (and it's easier to make things look good).

Back to Lonesome Jim, I'd give the movie a C, maybe. It wasn't terrible, but it wasn't really that good. There was a lot of grain in the print, which was understandable considering we shot on miniDV, but there were times in the middle of a scene where one angle would be mildly grainy and then another angle would be crazy grainy! Unacceptable. The acting was ok, although sometimes the timing was a bit off. The kid, Jack, was adorable. The story was decent and the sound mixer obviously was awesome. DLC didn't make the final cut, but Duane Kauffman's daughter did. Jim (Strouse)'s dad's acting came out better than I thought it would, so congradualtions. Sorry, I didn't see any other goshenites as extras (other than that lady, esther, who drew unicorns in ART 202, yipes!) Ok, well that's my anti-intelect installment for the evening.

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