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Troper Film Lovers/Makers, come in here I guess.:

 1 Director Cannon, Sat, 21st Jul '12 7:27:17 PM from A cornfield in Indiana Relationship Status: I want you to want me
Prima Donna Director
Who else here partakes in this expensive, expensive hobby?
"Urge to thump... rising." -Fighteer
 2 TParadox, Sun, 22nd Jul '12 8:33:22 PM Relationship Status: In another castle
Come on Ace, we've got work to do.
It's the expensive, expensive part that keeps me from participating right now. Also the time-consuming, time-consuming.

My church is doing one of their regular plays. I like acting (except when it means I couldn't get actors and have to do that in addition to directing, producing, and camera operating), but I've decided that I should sit out on that and do the performance video again, since that way I wouldn't have to take so much time off of work and spend grueling months learning lines. I got into filmmaking because you don't need to spend forever rehearsing.

I did the video last year because I'd just arrived at home after they'd already been rehearsing a while, and I was trying to plug in at church and put my career skills to use. Afterward I kept hearing praise for how much better the performance video was than usual.
 3 Director Cannon, Mon, 23rd Jul '12 4:18:45 AM from A cornfield in Indiana Relationship Status: I want you to want me
Prima Donna Director
I have a friend who helps with expenses. We're more like equal partners, since he also has audio and editing experience, as well as ideas of his own.

edited 23rd Jul '12 1:20:17 PM by DirectorCannon

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