That's right it's free to watch online!! I should have done this a while ago, but i've been busy writing the sequel and enjoying personal time! enjoy!
so we're just getting the first round of movie reviews in. here are samples from our first three!
From Blogger News Network:
- "...DS is a short film that attempts to do cyberpunk right without trying to mess it up like Hollywood. Like proper cyberpunk its short sharp and pointed...This sort of stripped down no-bullshit type of short film makes me think there is maybe a respite from the every damn film has to be a 2 hour epic attitude from Hollywood."
boy, i'm going slightly nuts here...I've got three NYC screenings I'm trying to plan and 2 festivals (i don't think i can go to all 3 at this point cuz it'll be so much travel... anways, i'm working frantically to get my dvd packaging and promo items like one sheets and postcards ready for them.
here's the direction i'm headed with the poster...(UPDATED for last time again!!:)
Coolness! X-Realms.net, one of the coolest sites for news and forum discussions just gave us some coverage! I've been a member there for a little while (the discussion boards are sweeet) and have been sharing movie updates and getting great support from a nice group of people who love all that is great in life- action, sci-fi, movies, comics, etc. Take a look at the screenshot after the jump or just go to their site now!
Here is the official final trailer for Deployment Strategy.
[BTW: did you know you can now watch the whole film online for free? Deployment Strategy is now entirely on vimeo. This is the link to chapter 1 of 3.]
Yo, what's up?
A short film/parody I made a couple of years ago recently placed 4th in the MTV Desktop Film Festival. The winners and semi-finalists are all being showcased on a special section of iFilm.com, another of MTV's properties. Even though it placed 4th, it seems to be doing really well in terms of page views. so here's my shameless promotion for it. It's called "Itzfuct"...and i hope you'll agree that it really is...
just got the issue in the mail! August issue of Student Filmmakers has a 5 page spread on Deployment Strategy.
While not technically a student film, our movie has been of great interest to aspiring filmmakers and has served (so I've heard) as a testiment to what can be done with enough energy and drive.
Hey all, I wanted to share a bit about our marketing plan going forward. As we enter the final stretch of post-production, the effort to market the film (and this site ;) has already begun. So here's a little update about what we've been doing and what we're planning.
As many of you know, we started this site last year around the Springtime when the script had just been completed. Since then, it's grown as has our audience (thank you btw!). But the purpose of this site has always been, first and foremost, to document and share the process of making Deployment Strategy with friends, family, and film fans. In a lot of ways the site shares similarities with the KongisKing.net website which chronicled the making of Peter Jackson's King Kong. What we need know is the Deployment Strategy movie website which will focus more on marketing the film. That site is currently under development and will showcase the movie and its characters as the center piece.
Time for an update! First off- there will be more updates more often from now on. I promise!! In this post- updates on soundtrack, sound mixing, 3D effects, 2D effects, and more!! so read on!
Soundtrack My good friend and music composer, Chris Haigh has been hard at work on the soundtrack. Although we've had some bad luck in making our weekly video conferences - scheduling, computer, and network problems!!- we've still managed to make a lot of progress. Last week Chris sent me his newest compositions in wav file format.
The way we've been working is like this: He lives in England, I live in NJ, so we rely on the internet for correspondence. We'll email each other over night, sometimes he'll catch me while I'm at work and we'll talk over IM. And, when possible, we'll video conference together. That actually is the best since we can talk and gesture, and Chris can hop on his keyboard to play me something, and I can use my hands and facial expressions to convey ideas I can't articulate!