To spread awareness - we don't really have that many media outlets from which to spread awareness for this project. At least none that are too kindly to people our age.
Hey all, noticed the video showcase thread doesn't get half as much traffic as the Kopitiam one, so I just wanted to publicise a short that my friends and I made. We're all between 16 to 17 years old, but i assure you it's got the production values of something far higher than anything that's been done at this level before.
We spent quite a bomb (you'll get the pun if you watch it too) making it, and its 30 minutes long, but we're offering it up online for free just to create awareness for it So check it out, tell your friends, and most importantly, enjoy it!
Google Video Version (aspect ratio is a bit off):
Google Video Bloopers (Highly Recommended, Extremely hilarious, Laughs galore):
Full Version Download Link:
Thread link in Vid Showcase
A cop desperately trying to hide a dark secret, an opportunistic mob boss, and a seemingly innocent office worker victimized by circumstance: Each of them driven by their own selfish motivations. Little do they know that when their paths collide in a complex chain of unprecedented events, their actions would ultimately lead to their inevitable demise ten minutes later.
In one of the largest and most epic films ever attempted by the finalists of Project Pilot and the Canon Film Festival with a cast and crew of over seventy people, Countdown is a fast-paced, intricately-spun and twisted action-thriller about the trappings of wanton greed, unavoidable causality, and most of all, ironic twists of fate.
10 Minutes. 3 People. 1 Destiny.
We shot it on 3 cameras - the XL2, the DVX102b and the PD170. For those interested, the XL2 and the DVX generally produced the best footage, while the PD170 was consistently bogged down.