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  1. CamVader
    09-01-2013 01:50 PM
    Long time no talk. I wanted to ask you where the best forum to inquire about a VFX artist for a horror short. I looked at the classifieds, but I don't care where they'd be located and it would cut down on views if I limited it. Peace and hit me up when you get a free moment.
    John Kilderry
  2. FantasySciFi
    03-17-2013 08:11 AM
    I've recently started a Meetup group for Indie filmmakers near my new home in Indiana. I'd like to share that with members of the Indietalk who might be interested in attending. It's a series of hosted workshops in South Central Indiana. What would be the appropriate forum to announce it in to alert others on this group who may be interested?
  3. 8salacious9
    12-14-2012 11:11 AM
    Banned: 8salacious9
    hey knightly i did that but it just shows up as a square box? im confused as to why this is?
  4. 8salacious9
    12-09-2012 05:53 PM
    Banned: 8salacious9
    Knightly how do i post an image ? I use to be able to in my thread seishin the story so far, but now all I get is an empty square if I try to add a new pic?
  5. shuttered
    12-02-2012 12:01 PM

    Thanks for addressing my question about flicker. Cheers didn't realize you're a mod . i should behave

  6. sreenesh234
    11-18-2012 01:45 AM
    hi r u dere??
  7. Modern Day Myth Prod. LLC
    12-15-2011 03:40 PM
    Modern Day Myth Prod. LLC
    Hello Cole,

    I expect to email you links tonight for the Artemis Arrives scene on Vimeo tonight. The revised version uploaded successfully. I'm at work. So, I will email it tonight.

    You will see how Particle Illusion can be a big help as a visual effects facelift to the production too.

  8. Indie-Arms
    04-07-2011 02:59 AM
    But based on what happened when I first posted, I would ask to have limited (very limited control) control to the thread. This should never go political, because this is not about politics, 2nd Amendment, or any other hot button issue. This is about elevating indie/student productions involving weapons and keeping everyone safe.

    Yes, I am giving away a lot of my tools of the trade. But if I can assist a project and help them attain a higher level of realism and still maintain safety, I consider my goals achieved.

    I have moderated several other sites in the past, so I do know how to keep my opinions and responses in check when in that position of responsibility.
  9. Indie-Arms
    04-07-2011 01:31 AM
    PM'd another mod, but covering bases. Looking for an ok. http://www.indietalk.com/showthread....670#post179670
  10. Rob B
    03-24-2011 12:16 PM
    Rob B
    Thanks again!

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    Cole McDonald
    MN, USA
    Cole McDonald began filmmaking on a whim. Since then, he has aggressively pursued filmmaking as a serious hobby with the intention of working it into a career. Having spent the last several years reading anything and everything he could find on the art and craft of filmmaking, he has taken the stance that knowledge gained for free needs to be given back to starting filmmakers.

    Having written thousands of posts and articles on internet message boards and the Y.A.F.I.:Underground.com site, his excitement about filmmaking at any level has prompted many open dialogs about the technique and theory of filmmaking. This need to share with others led the now-defunct 1000 dollar film online magazine to invite Cole to be a regular columnist on DIY filmmaking. Cole is an active community member on the online message boards IndieTalk, Stick To What You Know and DVInfo. He is currently an administrator of STWYK and a moderator on Indietalk.

    Starting with a feature film and continuing with several short films for competition, Cole has gathered a group of dedicated filmmakers under the Y.A.F.I.:Underground name to work toward becoming a full blown production entity. With learning and professionalism as the focus on the sets, the feedback of new members has been beyond positive. He continues to invite new filmmakers to come and participate in the joy and hardships of filmmaking.
    NAHL Showcase Tournament (2008)
    -Camera Operator

    Extra Credit (2008)

    The Story of Cin (2008*)

    Papa Don't Preach (2008)

    Sharks (2008)

    UTVS "Back to the Movies" (2008 TV)
    -Camera Operator

    Heinz "Top This" Commercial (2007)

    Scare Tactics (2007)

    The Stream, The Cave, Jim and Dave (2007)

    French Onion (2007**)

    9th Life (2007)

    Death Bed (2006)

    Curtain Call (2006)

    Average Joe (2005**)

    Joe Enforcer (2002)

    Hassegeschichte (1997)

    *- Curren
    Scare Tactics
    - Best Comedy Drama - 2007 Indietalk Script to Screen Challenge - New York, NY
    - Spotlighted Short - 2008 Crackle.com

    Death Bed
    - Official Selection - 2006 Halloween Horror 13 Day Challenge - London, England
    - Official Selection - 2007 Trader Wally's Horror Show - San Jose, CA
    - Featured Short - 2008 Crackle.com
    - Official Selection - 2008 Commedia Beauregard Backyard Luau - St. Paul, MN
    Other Interests
    Fencing, Renaissance Festival, Geekery, food & beverage, Guitar & Singing, Creativity


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Posted 08-29-2007 at 10:28 PM by knightly Comments 3
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Sporadic entries into this blog, just like many other blogs I've tried in the past. Journalling is something I'm very bad at, but I'll keep trying to post up here. The next one will be hopefully pithy!
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Keep trying, knightly....
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Is "sporadic"...
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