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Subject:Time for a comeback!
Time:03:09 pm
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It's the return of the Call It a Night production blog!

Just a reminder that, at least for now, filming is (finally) on for next Sunday, April 24. Time TBD, though it'll be in the afternoon. I believe we're planning on doing the two secret hideout scenes, correct? Which will be filmed at Betsy's? I have the sacks we were going to use for money bags in the first scene; I'll bring them. I'll also try to get my lines memorized to the point where I can say them without laughing (though I still might have trouble saying them to Chris without laughing). If you can think of some subtle way of nagging Chris to learn his at some point before Sunday, that'd be excellent.

If we get the hideout scenes done on Sunday, we'll have the following scenes left to film:
-Diner meeting scene
-O'Grady voiceover (we have the filming done, but we have to get the voice in so it matches the movements)
-Mail truck robbery
-Bank exterior meeting
-End of bank heist

These are all harder-to-coordinate ones, but I could see us getting it all finished in about three more days of filming. What do you think? I'd especially like to do the diner one soon, so that the Grove people no longer have to wonder and worry about when we might be requesting the use of their restaurant. Mail truck would be good too, for similar reasons (we shouldn't leave Emma and Ross waiting around on call like this). Betsy and I picked May 31 as the day by which we'd like to have all the filming finished. Then I guess we'll have to wait until all this Europe trip stuff is over before finshing up all the editing, credits, etc., though if Craig isn't going anywhere then maybe he can work on editing (and come to think of it, I won't be anywhere either).

Please comment with ideas/concerns/whatever's good.
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posaunelove
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Time:2005-04-17 05:29 am (UTC)
Good luck with voice overs, they're a real bitch. Might just be easier to reshoot the scene. Also, make sure they aren't to close to the mic so they don't get that booming-god-so-close effect.
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marzipanbaklava
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Time:2005-04-17 05:16 pm (UTC)
Thanks for the advice; we can certainly use it. I thought your voice-over in the Dinosaur and McCullough movie was hilarious. We have to have it be a voice-over because it's a sort of monologue narration deal over shots of O'Grady just walking around, but at least we don't have to try to coordinate it with mouth movements or anything, since he's not talking as he walks.
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posaunelove
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Time:2005-04-17 05:51 pm (UTC)
Ah, narration. That's different.
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buella_pearl
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Time:2005-04-18 02:33 am (UTC)
How's this for subtlety:
HEY YOU!!! MEMORIZE YOUR LINES!!! and then present him with that scene all highlighted and pretty.
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gabrielledarque
Subject:looking for lots of people!!!!
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Time:2005-04-19 08:53 am (UTC)
I'm Looking for people to add as friends to talk about filmmaking i was wondering of i could add you and whoever else you can think of.
I'm a new Canadian filmmaker and would love to talk to to more people. Feel free to add me and send my name to other people if you want.
Thanx Gaby
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