View Full Version : And a samurai film....
12-06-2002, 09:14 AM
Sound odd? But a little group of us student film makers from England - and hangers ons - are going for broke for our graduation film and coming up with a samurai film.. Might sound impossible but we are sorted wiith everything now except a few of the cast! For our report - to be written after we have made the film- to hand in to our tutor, we would love it if people could have a look at the films website (it will be updated regualrly through the project) and let us know what they think either here or in the site guestbook..
Laura (writer, director, producer, stunt double and goodness knows what else!)
12-07-2002, 02:53 AM
Sounds interesting. Can you post a link to your site so that people can check it out?
Kung Fu Cinema (http://www.kungfucinema.com)
12-09-2002, 12:33 PM
Bleh? and i though i had posted a link.. Shows what mistakes you make in a college computer room being yapped at - it was something about a guy over the road being lovely if i remember.. i hate being a gal, people think all i wanna do it be superficial! okay this is the website
Pooling Ideas, Resources For Projects
12-09-2002, 09:17 PM
The Samurai film project from Rebel Films is an excellent idea that should encourage other inspiring filmmakers to do the same. I'd like to suggest that we consider the possibility of collaborating on future projects (when and if possible). Laura, how did you get access to ther great Japanese locations, from Japanese Gardens, for your film?!
12-10-2002, 06:31 AM
Location access? I just asked the owners! Explained what i was up to, and they were like "sure"!!!!!!!:rollin Its pretty easy to do.. As for collaberation, anyone who is interested from the UK in being involved in this film, take a look at the bit on my site about getting involved, as i do need to find some more actors..:D
Fight Scenes at Japanese Gardens
12-10-2002, 09:57 PM
Thank you, Laura, for commenting on my question. Ihave one more, if you would, please? Not to give away any plot points, etc., but, would they allow you to film any fight/action there as well-would that be a problem?
As for collaborations, I was speaking of the members in general. Unfortunately, I'm on the East Coast of the US.:(
12-11-2002, 06:21 AM
Its all in the art of negotiation. luckily they said yes, when the gardens are closed to the public. I have heavy insurance covering this sort of thing via college as well, and good references from my martial arts senseis so, again, they said yes. It depends where youre going to film, and when, really. I mean, they probably wouldnt let me to a Highlander style fight in a city center shopping mall at 2pm!
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