I’m going to try something new this time, I’m going to make my movie TWICE!
The same way LucasFilm uses GI Joes and Barbies to play out scenes before spending millions shooting scenes, I’m going to video the minifigs as I move them on sticks. I’ll then cut the footage to the piece of music I’m using.
That way, I’ll have all the angles…[Read more]
“Dewfilms” wrote: Yay! Digi Dave is back! Woo-hoo!
Hiya Rachel! What happened to Italy? Cornwall?!?!?!? Methinks I’ve missed a lot! How have you been?
Is the server change still going on? Maybe that’s why my website keeps vanishing?
WOW do I have a lot of films to watch to get caught up!
I need to get back to work on my time-travel movie too…
Guns don’t kill people. People kill people.
Wrong. Bullets kill people.
It’s not the bullet that kills you….. It’s the HOLE!
Well… I guess we know which bank Kerry goes to.. the one in FLINT!
I see that the upcoming TIME Magazine will have an interview with Micheal Moore about his movie. I wonder how THAT will play with the fact-checkers. This quote interests me…
“I don’t like this film being reduced to Bush vs. Kerry,” Fahrenheit 9/11 director Michael…[Read more]
I’ve pasted the article here;
Moore’s film provokes anger, uneasy feelings
Fahrenheit 9/11 made me angrier than any movie I’ve ever seen.
It was a good anger, hard, clean and righteous, and I enjoyed it so much that I went back three days later to experience it again. Took two of my sons and two of their friends so they could become…[Read more]
“dewfilms” wrote: Funny film DD.
Very fluid animation.
Nice work on the bluescreening.
*dewfilms, who did not know that MM had been to Russia* :wink
Extra bonus points to you Dew for recognizing St. Basil’s!
Actually I avoid Blue-screen whenever possible – LOW-tech is BEST!
Here is my set ;
Just 2 inkjet prints…[Read more]
“benlen” wrote: Documentaries aren’t meant to be un-biased, they can be as biased as they want.
Merriam Webster says;
Pronunciation: “dä-ky&-‘men-t&-rE, -‘men-trE
1 : being or consisting of documents : contained or certified in writing
2 : of, relating to, or employing documentation in literature…[Read more]
“RevMen” wrote: When the filmmaker crosses into his own conjecture, it should be the responsibility of viewers to decide whether they agree or not. It’s a bit idealistic, for sure, but I think it’s definitely better than the alternative of controlling what films are and aren’t made at an authoritative level.
Yeah… I’d be scared to death of…[Read more]
This part of my larger question… given that Netizens all over the world will pick apart ANY movie/documentary/politician will producers of media be held to higher standards? Will audiences care?
Do people with a certain political viewpoint WANT to have that view challenged? I’ve sat in rooms full of people cheering for their…[Read more]
Looks like his whole server is down…..
Prolly a DDOS attack! (snicker.. Moorlies.com has a few of those)
I had the page open so I copied it and stashed it here;
http://www.productshots.com/brickfilms/ … eceits.htm
Hopefully his domain will come back online!
Here is the best list of (Honest mistakes? Bold lies? Errors?) in F-9/11 I’ve found so far.
It’s 24 pages printed out and watching the movie with the article and Google is like reading the bible with a concordance – you soon have a pile of notes and a headache!
Yes, he said the decision was HIS… NOT Bush’s and that Moore knew it months before the movies was released.
I also might grab frames from F911 showing a pipeline being built while they discuss the UNOCAL pipeline deal in Afghanistan.
Problem is… the pipeline was NEVER built. So where did the footage come from?
“RevMen” wrote: Dave, have you seen Fahrenheit 9/11?
I’m watching it on VCD right now! I downloaded it for FREE from Moorelies.com
Hereis a clip of Michael Moore saying he doesn’t mind if people share his movies for free – as long as they don’t make a profit. So I took him up on his kind offer!
I keep hitting “pause” to research bits…[Read more]
I’d have more sympathy for Moore’s ideas if he didn’t resort to distortion. Either the ideas can stand on their own merit, or they can’t.
As soon as someone resorts to lying, you HAVE to suspect that they are on shaky ground. That is detrimental to your goal of persuasion. There are PLENTY of facts and statistics that support…[Read more]
Didja hear about the dyslexic devil worshiper?
He sold his soul to Santa
“Smiling Minifig” wrote: From Lyn Truss’ book, Eats, Shoots and Leaves (a quite good read, if you can find it, and care about punctuation)
It’s a great old joke… you guys may remember hearing the beginning of it here
The CIA, FBI and LAPD (Los Angeles Police Department – for our non-american friends) have been arguing for years that they are each the best at tracking down and apprehending suspects. President Bush is tired of all the competition and arguing, so he devises a test. He sets a white rabbit free in a forest and sends in the CIA to bring it back. …[Read more]
Sven is nailing siding to his house. Each time he reaches into the bucket of nails, he examines the nail. If the point is facing the house, he pounds it in. If the head is facing the house, the throws it over his shoulder and reaches for another. This goes on all day and eventually there is a huge pile of nails on the ground.
Ole arrives…[Read more]
“CtrlX” wrote: I short brickfilm I made awhile ago, I’m pretty proud of it. I’m adding it to the directory, but for now, tell me what you think:
Now! New…[Read more]
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