After five years of making short films, I bit the bullet and directed my first feature film. Filming wrapped up a couple months ago. Here are some unfinished shots that I'm really proud of.
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Baikonur - A feature film filmed in and around the Cosmodrome imdb.com/title/tt1826610/
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Chicha from The Emperor’s New Groove (2000) is the first pregnant female character to appear in a Disney animated feature film, according to the DVD commentary. She’s also one of the first mother characters in a Disney film not to be killed off or villainized.
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Quit my job to animate my first feature film and I'm finally done!! Premiering at IFFF next month in competition for 'Best Film' and acquired by SC Films International! Seriously proud to share the trailer! v.redd.it/bsmr2uubvlp61
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Theaters should feature curated films, not just new ones.

I don't know what the movie going experience is going to be like once the world reopens. But I do hope there continues to be a movie going experience. I would love it if movie theaters also showed older films along with new ones: classic films, great genre films, AFI top films, blockbusters, predecessors to upcoming sequels. And also if they made it personal- that specific theater's curated, idiosyncratic list. Something that says something about its locality and the people that most often visit it.

I'm sure there are complications having to do with the distribution model that I can't even imagine. And of course new movies will take precedence. But wouldn't it be amazing to be able to see Dredd in 3D again? Or take the kids to Ghibli night at the local silver screens? I want movie theaters to survive and I know some movie theaters do stuff like this but it is not at all widespread. When we go back to the movies, lets go back to movies. I want to watch movies that I missed or had their theatrical run before my time. Every theater can be its own film festival.

Do you agree? Would this make financial sense for theaters? What problems would need solving for this to work?

EDIT: Thanks for the discussion, folks!! Some takeaways for me:

  1. A lot of theaters already do this! Some of us need to get off our butts and look for it. Support your local theaters!
  2. Turning it into an "event" that can be publicized helps drum up attendance and may make it financially viable for some theaters.

Anyhow, hope to see you at the movies again soon! Cheers.

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I spent 9 years making my first feature film called NORMAN, a time travel film and it just came out today! youtu.be/4B8y6mv_nZM
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Modest Mouse Untitled Documentary (1997) - A film of Modest Mouse before they were famous, who were filmed while recording their breakthrough sophomore album Lonesome Crowded West. Features Calvin Johnson of Beat Happening and K, Doug Martsch of Built to Spill, and even Elliot Smith. [00:36:36] youtube.com/watch?v=9KVb9…
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Eli Goldsworthy is all grown up in his new feature film that comes out Friday! youtube.com/watch?v=CuTxw…
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90 percent of the time most of us are just faceless upvote bots to one another so I thought I'd introduce myself. Hi I'm Dan Lotz I'm a feature film director whos made 3 low budget indie films! Introduce yourself!!
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I watched 749 movies in 2020 including 636 feature length films, here's my takeaways

I'm an amateur film lover, as I'm sure many of the folks in /r/movies are. I will be the first to also admit that I was also one of the lucky ones last year to have 'boredom' as one of my biggest problems, and so to everyone reading this I hope you have a far better 2021.

Watching lots of movies isn't necessarily something new to me, especially in such a vast quantity, I watched a lot in 2019 as well and it's something that works for me. I know some people say they don't like watching so many in quick succession for various reasons, and that's cool, just know that this works for me and I like to think I have a fairly good memory of almost everything I've watched (certainly all of the ones that I've enjoyed). And I can safely say I don't feel burnout coming on either...at least not yet, fingers crossed.

I also feel we're incredibly lucky to live in the era that we live in, watching films has never been easier than it has now, there's so many ways, both legal and illegal. Just this year alone, we've had four major classics receive Blu-rays for the first time ever, Satantango, Los Olvidados, Roman Holiday and Beau Travail. I can't even begin to imagine how frustrating it must have been to be an amateur movie lover in previous decades without the conveniences we have today and without access to the benefits of being in film industry circles.

As a result, it becomes a case of, the more you watch, the more great movies you realise are out there and the 'never-ending watchlist syndrome' becomes a real thing. But I take that as a positive knowing that this isn't some tick-box exercise and that watching movies is a life-long journey. After all, we all watch movies for different reasons, sometimes to laugh, to kill time, to make us better people, for catharsis and various other purposes.

To keep this relatively short for the main post (I can detail further in the comments if anyone's interested) I'll post my top 5 (in no particular order) for each calendar month of 2020, varying from popular favourites to ones I feel like deserve way more attention in the general conversation.

FULL LIST HERE

Jan 2020

  • Le Cercle Rouge (1970) - The first film of the year I saw and only fitting because I adore Melville's work. Anyone who loves a good heist movie should absolutely do themselves a favour and watch this. What I love about Melville is how he uses action and silence to drive the story and bu
... keep reading on reddit ➑

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Wagon Train to the Stars - I designed movie posters for the Star Trek western and western-adjacent episodes from each series as though they were old feature films.

I was recently started designing movie posters for the western themed episodes from each series. I decided to mimic the poster designs for the films that inspired these episodes, some of which are more obvious than others. My goal was that at a glance they might be mistaken for posters for original films of the era. Some of these still need work but they're all at a point now where I'm happy to show them off.

https://imgur.com/a/Ibh9h83

Feedback and suggestions are welcome.

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[Capitals] just need to turn these shenanigans into a feature-length film at this point twitter.com/Capitals/stat…
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Full length feature film with real spec-ops operators, yes or no ? Pics from my previous projects.
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Daniel RPK has reported and KnightGambjt hinted that Sam Raimi's MULTIVERSE OF MADNESS will feature an alternate-dimension version of Marvel's Illuminati. "The Illuminati are in the film. But they are from another dimension." twitter.com/spideysnews/s…
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The feature film I spent 5 years making came out on Amazon Prime today! Check out the lil trailer I put together. :) I'm so proud today v.redd.it/pmm636mddvm61
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Tom Holland has revealed that 'Spider Man3' will feature ambitious fight sequences unlike anything we've seen in the MCU! "The film is incredibly ambitious...We watched a fight scene that we had shot a few weeks ago, and I’ve never seen a fight scene quite like it in the MCU." twitter.com/spideysnews/s…
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What is the best directorial feature film debut in your opinion?

So yeah I wanted to know what you thought was the absolute best directorial debut film a movie director has made.

Here are some examples of great feature debuts made by new movie directors:
citizen kane, hiroshima mon hamour, the 400 blows, Ivan's childhood, Badlands, Eraserhead, airplane!, Chariots of fire, Dances with Wolves, Beauty and the beast, Boyz n the hood, Reservoir Dogs, a bronx tale, the lion king, the shawshank redemption, bottle rocket, hard eight, In the Company of Men, Toy Story, Gattaca, American history x, kuch kuch hota hai, Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, Being John Malkovich, American Beauty, Boys don't cry, Amores perros, Monster, The Room, Anchorman, The lives of others, Synecdoche, New York, In bruges, District 9, beasts of the southern wild, Fruitvale Station, Nightcrawler, Inside out, ex machina, Son of saul, lady bird, get out, hereditary and Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.

My choice for absolute best directorial debut is 12 angry Men by Sydney Lumet.
That film is the one I consider the absolute best in his entire career and also my favorite black and white movie/drama.
The fact that he made such a masterpiece from the get go is something unbelievable, at least to me.

What is your choice for best directorial debut of all times?

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Early computer animated feature films starter pack
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β€˜WandaVision’ Creator: Series Was Never Intended to Be a Feature Film - β€œYou need to feel closed in, feel the smaller aspect ratio, feel the different film qualities, lighting styles, all of that,” Jac Schaeffer said. indiewire.com/2021/02/wan…
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Films made between 1930-1960 that feature notable use of location shooting (as opposed to being filmed in the studio)

I recently rewatched the French Connection and realised how much I love films shot on location. My understanding is that this really took off in the 1960s with films like Easy Rider, but were there notable examples of films utilising location filming before this? What films were some of the early pioneers of location filming?

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Saoirse Ronan in a scene from the movie Loving Vincent, where every frame is literally a painting. It took 125 painters, from 20 countries, 6 years to paint 65,000 frames for a feature-length film about Vincent Van Gogh. v.redd.it/0p77mvqchaa61
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Zach Snyder's 2021 Justice League film features the iconic 8-pointed Saturn Star surrounded by twelve spokes representing the clock as Father Time and Saturn. Inside we see the Saturn's Cube, where it opens a portal and the "evil" horned antagonist representing God emerges to unleash the Apocalypse. v.redd.it/5lr55yy4nun61
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Just finished my first feature film at 20!

Hey all!

I’m a 20 year old filmmaker from the east coast. I just co-wrote, co-directed, and photographed/colored my first feature film. If you wanna take a look at the trailer, the link is below. :)

https://vimeo.com/513225349

Edit:

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RR_tS9cLcks

IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt13098428/

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Skatetown, U.S.A. was a (1979) comedy produced to capitalize on the fad of roller disco. The film centers on a competition to win $1000 and a moped. Features many television stars from the 60s/70s and Patrick Swayze in his first leading role as the skater "Ace". Cameo with Playmate Dorothy Stratten. youtube.com/watch?v=xDjZ_…
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John le Carre, Master Spy Novelist, Dies at 89 - He worked for Britain's intelligence service before turning his experience into fiction in works including 'Tinker, Tailor, Soldier Spy' and 'The Spy Who Came in From the Cold,' many of which were adapted into feature films. hollywoodreporter.com/new…
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i love the 2002 feature length film ice age :)
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James Wan - The director of two Billion-dollar grossing feature films (Aquaman & Furious 7) and lot more Highly successfull Horror flicks like Saw,The Conjuring , Insidious etc is 5'3"
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This Star Trek Into Darkness poster was distributed only at the film's IMAX premiere and features a glow in the dark layer that revealed the USS Vengeance
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Furious 7 was released 6 years ago today. The film earned over $353 million domestically and over $1 billion worldwide. This installment was the last one to feature Paul Walker who tragically passed away in 2013. This film is currently the highest grossing installment in the Fast and Furious series.
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What we know about Melanie Martinez's third album/second feature film.

So I just wanted to make a list of things Mel has said about the album on interviews, ig stories, etc so here it is:

  • The album will be attached to the movie, but it will have less musical scenes than K-12. The songs will work as a soundtrack to the film.

  • The character Cry Baby will not go to university, but will "transform/evolve" in a different way.

  • The film is a sequel to the K-12 movie, but "[The audience] will not see like a clip from K-12. In the next movie, it will not be that type of picking up, but it will be technically picking up from where it left off".

  • She is working with Kinetics and One Love as the main producers of the album. They previously produced several tracks on Cry Baby and Drama Club on K-12.

  • Michael Keenan (K-12 and After School EP main producer) might be producing some songs on the record, as he was seen with Melanie in a studio in Instagram stories last year.

  • Melanie talked about learning how to produce music last year, however it is unknown if self produced tracks will make it onto the album.

  • Melanie stated that this album will be inspired by books they have read, in contrast of their previous albums which have been inspired by visual artists.

  • Test me serves as the bridge between their old and new music.

  • Vocally, "she is trying different things and going out of her comfort zone"

  • It will incorporate intricate sounds related to the theme of the album.

  • She is expecting to release both next year.

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i reprinted my first ever zine from 2018 if anybody would be interested. features photos from Mexico City, Tijuana, Rosarito and San diego. 36 pages,all film and full color. few copies left. $12 shipped reddit.com/gallery/mk8k9g
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I made The Last Church into animated feature film. I hope you all like it! youtube.com/watch?v=pPbqD…
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NOSSAFLEX app has been officially released on the App Store! Meter, log and export your film photo metadata quickly and efficiently! Read more about our features, privacy and future development in the comments section! reddit.com/gallery/lgvk05
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Finally did it. Made a feature film. Thought I'd share the trailer. v.redd.it/fkpl6dzmaed61
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The next ex-ANTM start to break out into a feature film, coming soon in 2021!
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Has any made a short or feature film set in past like 60’s, 70’s, 80’s, 90’s and what was experience like making it possible?

I’m asking because I want to know the experience of making a film set in the past and the experience of redecorating and getting props and how that was all accomplished.

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