Lucky By Name..
Film: I love Woody Allen's sense of humour and Godard's sense of style, but I hate the way Hollywood is getting it's hands on American Indie... more »
- Hatfield, He, UK
- member since February 18, 2010
Lucky By Name..’s last login was Sunday, March 21, 2010.
Thats fantastic about the child actor, We're having a casting session this wednesday, we've gathered a few people now so it should be pretty good. a bit worrying though, we're shooting on the March 12th and the producers havent secured all our locations yet 0.o One annoying thing is here i dont have access to the art materials like i did back at college, i need to make props for this production and i can't do so. I asked the head of Arts but he evaded the question lol
Have you seen either Alice in Wonderland or Shutters Island, there the two recent releases i'm interested in :)
Really, awesome i went to the BFI Southbank to see 2001: A Space Odyssey (Which was something i always wanted to see on the big screen.) & A Clockwork Orange. Gosh, 1984. Not a film i want to see again in a hurry.
I quite like it here in Derby tbh. My accomidation is right in the center of all my university buildings and the town so everything is in walking distance. We have an Art Gallery/Cinema called the Quad which has the best line up of films i've seen in a cinema. We also have a showcase cinema which has tremondous screens. Also across the road from the main university campus theres a huge park which is lovely. the one issue is for film locations other than the park there arent much landscapes near by Derbys surrounded by roads and traffic.
I agree with you on Vicky Christina Barcelona either that or Melinda & Melinda were my favourite from 00-10. Ah Play it Again Sam! Brilliant film. Oooh Inland Empire, i attempted that once but couldn’t get through it. Eraserhead Had terrified me for a month.
I’m in my first year, Though i did work with video all through my last year of Art so i have had some experience. We’re currently working on pre-production on selected scripts from last our class wrote last semester. It’s a bit morbid at parts, but also has some good romance scenes. I’m working on the storyboards and will be directing it once we begin. The biggest difference is the organisation. Last year i would just shoot in a location and hope for the best. All part of the learning curve is guess.
Hey thanks for the message :D
It's always pleasant to find someone who is as enthusiastic to film as i am. I'm very well thanks, a little bit overwhelmed by the work Uni has bombarded me with this term but managing. Are you studying film theory or production?
What Woody Allen films are you favourites? Mine would have to be either Hannah and her Sisters or Manhattan, As much as i like his recent films i do have to admit do favour the films featuring his neurotic character. I see you like Godard(?), I watched one of his films for the 1st time the other day 'Bande a Part' which is enjoyed, would you recommend any others?