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The Latest Local Feature Film Project

By Ozhair - 10 July 2007 8

Okay, I’ve just jumped on the bandwagon of producing a local low/no budget indie feature, and thought I might give it a bit of a plug. It’s being shot on HD, using a number of people from the local filmmaking scene, both in front of and behind the camera. Only a couple of days shooting in the can so far, but the results are making me feel pretty good about how the final product will turn out.

You can check out assorted bits and pieces to do with the production here:

http://www.caliburnproductions.com/Current.html

Enjoy 🙂

Cheers
Pat

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8 Responses to
The Latest Local Feature Film Project
Thumper 10:32 am 14 Jul 07

I knew Dallas when he was a little tacker living in Watson (I think).

Used to get on the piss with his older brother Mick.

The Rabble 11:26 pm 13 Jul 07

Is Dallas Bland really his name?

Hasdrubahl 6:22 pm 11 Jul 07

True?
Or are you just being mischievous, morgan?

morgan 4:27 pm 11 Jul 07

in the context of your new feature film endeavours, have you heard from the new ScreenACT yet? They have heaps of money to support local productions!

Hasdrubahl 9:05 pm 10 Jul 07

I liked “Secret Society” – good luck with this one.

Ozhair 2:41 pm 10 Jul 07

Actually, since the money for this is coming out of my own pocket, I’m hoping for a slightly better success rate 🙂

West_Kambah_4eva 2:35 pm 10 Jul 07

Lets hope this is as successful as that “Silicon Spies”. They spent $100,000 on a 5 minute demo reel to try and sell a piece of crap series to some US station. It failed. Yay arts grants!

pierce 1:10 pm 10 Jul 07

Well done for getting out and having a crack guys.

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