Hey yall, I filmed this movie last summer called DOING IT RIGHT. I’m done with it now and would love for people to see it. It’s about two friends who have the day off and they spend their time cruising around, talking philosophy, and getting girlfriends. It involves alot of trespassing all over my hometown. Take a chance and watch a bit if you want. There’s thrilling romance, a lave lamp explosion and a gucci mane karaoke at the end. I hope you find something to enjoy about it.
If you do watch the whole thing please critique the hell out of it for me. I’m gonna be making another movie this summer and I wanna know whatchu think. Ad meliora.
@milo, I must also add! Fuck everybody else, and do it again, but do it better. You’ve done it once and you can do it again. Hone your skills, think about what you want to achieve and fucking do it.
I hope to be able to watch at least 8 minutes of your next film :P
@milo, Duuuudddee!!! You have filmmaking blood in you! There is a lot of potential in this. I definitely agree with what others said but behind all that you definitely have an eye to know how to make films. Just keep going! Keep filming! You have a style and you’re lucky that that is already showing in what I assume is your first piece of work.
Check out http://www.lavideofilmmaker.com and learn how to use a camera better. Also think about your characters more and what they want, feel and expect from one another. Think about the relationship between characters and how long they might’ve been friends for. Use that direct your actors. Plus, hold auditions and get real actors next time. Heaps of them do it for free because it’s work.
Keep going man. You rock!
@mcmidz12, Yeah my little brother and his friend are actually alright actors, haha if it was real cheesy its cause of that script I wrote.
@piptherational, Thanks dude. The first two minutes of this movie are probably the hardest to watch, oddly enough it’s my favorite part though so I couldn’t bring myself to cut it (my next movie wont be quite as selfish). I bet you’d like the parts further on though, The scene where Bernese’s hair catches fire is a real feat of low budget filmingmaking, if I may say so myself. I can’t wait for you to see my next one.
@cloudstuck, Muchas Gracias, this is very encouraging. I’ll check that link out. There’s http://www.youtube.com/indymogul which has some incredibly helpful DIY tutorials. I’m thinking about rigging up a green screen with their instructions.