So, this is a little test, though I have become so twittutionalized, I dont know if I will be able to break out of the 140 character limit… actually… I’ve just done it. So, that wasn’t so hard.
Im off to Chicago today. Yet another visit to check on the locations and plates we need to shoot of the Windy City. The majority of the film will be filmed in chilly Montreal, so our Chicago shoot will be taken care of by a second unit. That means I will not be there for it. Its the first time I have ever been in a situation where I will not be directing elements of my own shoot. Feels down-right odd, but just one of the many differences between shooting an indie and shooting something “through the system.”
I’ve been discovering lot of those differences lately… enough to write a book on them? maybe a pamphlet. Certainly enough to write a blog. Ill have to think about that one. Doubt I would have time to do that, anyway. We shall have to see. In the meantime, Chicago, here I come… again.
There were a HUGE number of entries for this silliness, and I want to thank you all so much for getting involved. I admit I inadvertently steered things in low-brow direction with my photo choices, but a few of you managed to pull out some great ideas from the options available.
Anyway! Enough talk! To the genius of our 5 winners!
DONT FORGET! IF YOU ENTERED COMP 3, SEND ME YOUR ADDRESS! You are all winners, and I’m sending everyone who entered an 8 by 10 inch signed mini-poster for making this all so much fun! You guys rock! Duncan.
We have the entries!
They range from Blade Runner, to 2001. From Gremlins, through the Blob, Star Wars, Man who Fell to Earth, Mega shark v Giant Octopus, MIB, Close Encounters to ET. From Batman through X-Men to touching moments from ST:Wrath of Khan. From Alien to The Day the Earth Stood Still. May I just say, you lot are bloody marvelous.
Ladies and gentlemen, I present… your genius!
With competition 1 such a success, but with a few twitterers feeling left out because of the drawing element in the first round, competition 2 focussed on poetry! But not any old poetry… oh no! Submissions had to poetically espouse their love for something geeky.
There were three finalists…
But there could only ever be one winner…
There would have been a fourth finalist, but it was a little too clever for its boots, trying to get around the rule cap of 100 words, by use of a sneaky title…