Monday, December 29, 2008

Thinking about a new challenge

Sooo... now that "Saving Grace" is finished - and once I've got all those vo's for all those nice patient people done - I'm on it, promise!

.....I thought it could be the time for a new challenge... so far, every movie I've made has been based on one of my own stories. How well would I be able to bring someone else's vision to life? I've been thinking about this for quite a while now, and it's really something I would like to try. I haven't even collaborated with anyone yet - up until now, I always wanted total control.

I'm still not sure how to go about it - maybe I'll stage a script-writing contest on TMU - I'm almost sure I would want it to be something that hasn't been made into a machinima movie before...

Still thinking. :)

... and while I'm still thinking, I've read in the Industry 101 Remake Competition thread that Kate Lee is offering her movie The Afflicted to be remade.... this was the very first Chat Noir movie I watched, it made me an instant fan of their work, and I'm tempted, so tempted... :)
The original version was made with "The Movies", before we even had the "Stunts & Effects" addon - it's a classic, go watch it if you haven't seen it! and right now I'm trying to envision how it would look being remade using Moviestorm.

It would be an honour to direct a script by Kate - she's a wonderful writer!

4 Kommentare:

Norrie said...

You know, I don't think I've watched "The Afflicted".
Time to download to watch this evening methinks :)

sisch said...

I think you will love it! :)

Norrie said...

Oh, you were right.
You were so, so right.
I loved it soooo much!

I truly cannot wait to see how you re-envision it, and you just know I'm here to help in any way I can.

Killian said...

I can only second that emotion, as Old Smokey would say; that was a brilliant piece of storytelling (to pinch a phrase wholeheartedly from Norrie :P), looking forward to what you can do with it, and I'm here, madly jumping up and down waving my hand in the air for "Mr Helper", as well (as always).

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