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WOW!! You Have to See This...Views: 260
Aug 03, 2006 10:42 am re: re: re: re: re: re: re: re: re: re: re: re: re: WOW!! You Have to See This...

Afzal Huda
Wow! Now to France, this is great Martin. Well, this changes a lot of things. Documentary is a bit different from shooting a drama because there's no script to follow. It's basically looking at life through a lens and that's what excites me. Through the camera I get into people's realities to see the world as they see it and then reveal those realities creatively in the editing process. Yes, we can capture your family lifestyle in a week but that works perfect for a reality show. Like your family feature, which was broadcast in New Zealand can be shot in a day because of its purpose. What I had in mind was to follow your and your family's life for a period of time and see what unfolds, capture the random events that lead up to beautiful manifestations and resulting in an Aha moment! Now that can happen in 2 weeks or 2 months or more, no one knows. That's the happy adventure that we're all on. My question to you would be "Will you and your family feel comfortable having a small crew (e.g. 3 people) around all the time?" Now this crew is not a reality show crew that's in your face all the time but still these people will be a part of your life for a while.

As you know Martin, there are usually three stages in filmmaking. Development/pre-production, production and post-production. Each stage is important for funding as well as the aesthetics of the film. There are many ways to fund this project. Of course we'll have to bring in an experienced producer. I usually work with the National Film Board of Canada. We can have co-productions with the countries that relate to the film. I know that France has signed a co-pro treaty with Canada so the French chapter will fall into that. You know what Martin, even though the island is so beautiful to film in, to me the beauty is revealed through the love of the family. The certainty that you have about life, etc. So France will be the same, I KNOW IT! First I want you to think and discuss with your family about what I mentioned earlier (having a small crew in your life for a period of time). How long if you ask, I would say on and off until you manisfest the end result, meaning the crew can be with you for a while and then give you some privacy depending on the circumstances and then continue to capture the life. There are lots of things to consider and discuss before I can propose anything to the film board. Think about it and then we can discuss further.

Afzal.

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