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Sunday, April 22, 2012

Grief by D. Ross produced - posted by Don

Grief by D. Ross Kellett has been produced.

A young girl claims to communicate with the ghost of her dead mother. The truth is something much more interesting. (Short, Ghost Story – 8 pages in pdf format)

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April 25th, 2012 at 10:26 am

Wow I really jumped at that beginning part. RED clinches the detail for me.


April 28th, 2012 at 4:22 pm

Hmm, this unfortunately is like a lot of short films; bad acting… possibly due to poor directing. The main thing I notice is the unrealistic emotions the characters express, it really just seems like they are acting. The music didn’t really match the quality of the movie either. The payoff wasn’t anything great, nor was the story in general.

I like the RED and how it shoots, but I think people need to concentrate on story more than anything. If you have a bad script and great equipment, you’ll get a bad film that is shot well, but it will still be a bad film. If you have a great script and very average equipment, you still have more potential of getting a good film in the end.

… Just my opinion. Never stop making films! Anyway strive to be better.

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