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 21 
 on: September 05, 2008, 07:15:33 AM 
Started by Yodaman - Last post by Yodaman


After 38 months of work and 26 since the last trailer I am completely relieve to bring you the Final Trailer for my fan film Star Wars Tales. This stop motion animated opus is a reimagining of the classic Star Wars Tales comic book series from Dark Horse Comics in cinematic form. Here you will find five different stories spanning generations, planets, and allegiances. Featuring Yoda, Emperor Palpatine, Princess Leia, General Grievous, and scores of your favorite unsung Star Wars characters, Star Wars Tales will show you a side of that galaxy far, far away you’ve never seen before.

Quicktime Downloadable
YouTube
Vimeo
MySpace TV

Please check out the final film on 10-29-08! The film's website is here.

 22 
 on: September 05, 2008, 07:14:19 AM 
Started by Yodaman - Last post by Yodaman


After 38 months of work and 26 since the last trailer I am completely relieve to bring you the Final Trailer for my fan film Star Wars Tales. This stop motion animated opus is a reimagining of the classic Star Wars Tales comic book series from Dark Horse Comics in cinematic form. Here you will find five different stories spanning generations, planets, and allegiances. Featuring Yoda, Emperor Palpatine, Princess Leia, General Grievous, and scores of your favorite unsung Star Wars characters, Star Wars Tales will show you a side of that galaxy far, far away you’ve never seen before.

Quicktime Downloadable
YouTube
Vimeo
MySpace TV

Please check out the final film on 10-29-08! The film's website is here.

 23 
 on: August 25, 2008, 04:36:06 AM 
Started by Yodaman - Last post by Yodaman
Found someone to help me!

 24 
 on: August 24, 2008, 07:49:28 AM 
Started by Yodaman - Last post by Yodaman
Some of you may groan at the title and demand that I do this myself, but the truth is I've had no experience with compression and would probably mess it up, plus I'm very very busy with college and trying to finish up the rest of the film. As the title of this thread clearly indicates, I have a video I would like compressed into a manageable size. It's a two-and-a-half minute trailer that's currently at 341 MB, and I'd like it at something far more manageable. The file is quicktime and I would like the finished compressed file to also be quicktime. If possible I'd like the compressed video to have the same level of brightness/contrast and close to the same quality. You will of course be credited for this. I will email you the uncompressed video if you wish to help me.

Then there's also the hosting I need for this video. If anyone would be kind enough to host this trailer once it's good and compressed I would greatly appreciate it. You will of course be credited. I can't foresee there being way too much traffic to this trailer, but if it just magically becomes a hit that's something beyond my power.

PM me if you could help me out.

 25 
 on: August 22, 2008, 10:17:55 AM 
Started by Shadowbeast - Last post by Shadowbeast
Hey there everyone!
It doesn't seem like this forum gets the attention it deserves but i'm gonna hopefully spice it up with a little bit of my new film! Cheesy

I've recently finished work on a new film called BartonCC that is based on a computer shop in Barton-Le-Clay where two young chaps walk into the shop and are mysteriously teleported into a game world by the strange (and somewhat handsome) shop keeper, they then proceed to be taken on a whole host of adventures that take them from WW2 to a forgotten fantasty all the way to a fiersome future.

Here is a picture tohelp tickle your tastes buds! Cheesy


The film is hosted on my website http://www.lightsage.net/gallery-bartoncc-film.htm where you can view it in its quicktime format.

Although you can also watch it on Youtube if you prefer in parts at -
BartonCC Part1 http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=Bot3aou4wNE
BartonCC Part2 http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=hfqYyCNKaw4
BartonCC Part3 http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=Y3dTslBST48

Anyhoo, I hope this film gives you a laugh and tickle but most importantly brings  smile to your face Smiley

 26 
 on: August 20, 2008, 07:03:54 AM 
Started by terminaltinctures - Last post by Yodaman
I was just on Fan Cinema Today http://fancinematoday.com/ when I saw your silent Batman movie up on the front page! Nice job!

 27 
 on: August 18, 2008, 02:45:21 PM 
Started by terminaltinctures - Last post by terminaltinctures
Thanks...

Well, it gets creepier! I gave it another try and working up a story arc as well. Chew on:



"Arkham After Midnight"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JD4XqYT1-JU

Chapter One:
"Mark of the Mad Hatter."

Down the rabbithole goes Alice and her darkest, most depressing knight! A new/old retro 1920s silent serial...  grown fresh from our beloved Terminal Pictures garden, here then is the first slice: wherein we get big globs of setup concerning Arkham Asylum... madness! surreal delirium!

Hallucinations! Screaming lunatics! Obsessive supervillains! That amazing triumph of conceit over technology, the incredible "Bat-Gyro." All this and the "huh"-est final two minutes you ever needed to see....



Slow down your internal clock and ingest whatever diet supplements and substances required by State and Federal authorities before viewing. "Scare-Crow Drugged Gas" is not suitable for children.

 28 
 on: August 18, 2008, 11:49:56 AM 
Started by FrankCastle - Last post by Yodaman
Hmm. Croatian, huh? Love to see that fan filming is alive all over the world. I just watched the trailers and they looked cool. The first one had very little to offer and showed me absolutely nothing  of the film other than you have a Punisher in it (sorry, teasers without footage from the film itself are a pet peeve of mine), but the shot of the Punisher walking up and aiming the gun at the camera was cool. The trailer itself was cool. It's lacking on the violence (or at least you don't show us any), which is a staple of the Punisher, but it looks dark and it seems as if it has potential. Good luck with this film and let's hope it's better than the god-awful Hollywood Punisher movie coming out this Christmas.

 29 
 on: August 18, 2008, 11:42:26 AM 
Started by terminaltinctures - Last post by Yodaman
I just watched the two videos. Very nice job! As a Batman always a fan I was aware of the silent movie influence on Batman (especially the Man Who Laughs), but I never got familiar them. Very good idea for a mash-up. I thought it was very well executed, especially with the music. It has a perfect dark and creepy tone that fit with the images. It was a well done experiment. Good job.

 30 
 on: August 12, 2008, 03:34:52 PM 
Started by terminaltinctures - Last post by terminaltinctures
Its tragically delicious!

Yes, every day is retro day here at the unaward-winning Terminal Pictures - what with all this Batmoney being made Bathand over Batfist, I thought I'd turn back the clock 90 years or so with:

"Silent Shadow of the Bat-Man" - A retro 1920s Dark Knight short film

Part One:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U_bjAhynSrY

Part Two:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ByTfwmyHr3Q

A 12 minute short depicting the origin of "The Bat-Man" and introducing his amazing skills and astounding abilities... Bob Kane and Bill Finger drew on a lot of silent films to create Batman, and I've always wanted to give the story a try using silent film techniques. What with that whole copyright/waste of time thing, you'll have to settle for this collage. Here are the original influences re-arranged to tell Bruce Wayne's story and his crusade against crime. A bit of fun not intended for sale or commercial exploitation... what with the huge commercial value of silent films and everything.

Make sure and check out part two for the Rogue's Gallery: featuring the fiendish Joker! Oswald Cobblepot, AKA The Penguin... The Cat-Woman! The unspeakable horrors of the Scarecrow! The scientific genius of R'as Al Ghul! All this and pulsepounding, teethgrinding excitement as "The Bat-Man" falls into the Joker's trap - literally. Shocking drama. Appalling drama!

Jack Pickford as Bruce Wayne
Conrad Veidt as The Joker
Werner Krauss as The Penguin
Olga Baclanova as The Catwoman
George Beranger as The Scarecrow
J. Carrol Naish as R'as Al Ghul
Louise Fazenda as the Woman of Ill Repute

Coming soon...
"Arkham After Midnight"


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