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Posted: 14 Jan 2016, 14:10
That's OK, I'll do some advertising for TVP anyway ...
Posted: 14 Jan 2016, 14:29
Posted: 14 Jan 2016, 16:16
slowtiger wrote:"Spoon" got accepted for the International Competition at Trickfilmfestival Stuttgart, which means premiere is end of April! I plan to attend, anybody else?
No decision yet about my film. Do you know if you are in competition?
Posted: 14 Jan 2016, 22:53
International Competition it said.
Posted: 15 Jan 2016, 08:45
That's pretty good. Congrats!
Posted: 17 Jan 2016, 21:40
Slowtiger this is wonderful
I love your B/W background. Ive just started to experiment with creating my own brushes. great effect you made on the trees and landscape.
Posted: 29 Jan 2016, 20:43
For those few attending the ITFS in Stuttgart: "Spoon" will premiere on Saturday April 30th at 21:00 at the Gloria 1 cinema. I think this is a very good timeslot ...
Posted: 16 Mar 2016, 17:07
"Spoon" is selected for competition in Annecy. I'll be there, definitely. Looking forward to see some of you there!
Posted: 16 Mar 2016, 20:24
Posted: 17 Mar 2016, 06:13
How cool ! Congratulations ! I'll be glad to meet you finally (after 7 years... !)
Posted: 21 Mar 2016, 11:53
Congrats! You make me jealous, Slow!
Posted: 04 Apr 2016, 13:01
Unbelievable how time-consuming this festival business can get. I'm creating screener versions in odd language combinations for umpteen different requirements - a screening DCP isn't enough, festivals nowadays want videofiles for their archive, their sponsors, their "marketing partners", their media partners, and a DVD for the moderator, and so on. I now have german and french subtitles (Tip: do them right at the start, and include them in all DCPs). And I've booked some train travels.
There will be an A1 poster as well. I should sell them, because so far the whole thing swallows money faster than a kitchen sink. Here's the image:
Posted: 04 Apr 2016, 15:56
Where do you need french subtitles?
Posted: 04 Apr 2016, 17:10
Posted: 04 Apr 2016, 17:36
I just never got the need for french subtitles (even if it would be nice to have some). As far as I know even Annecy requires only english subtitles. So I was curious if there is any important festival, which requires them.