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Author Topic: Behind the scenes footage of a spaghetti western fan film  (Read 2264 times)

The Hunchback

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My friend Timothy Murphy totally surprised me moments ago when he told me he had put this video up on youtube.

It features behind the scenes of footage of my two year old short film "Firearm" and my current new venture set to a possibly recognizable tune.

80% firearm footage and behind the scenes stuff

19% behind the scenes of new film

1% non-related (guy in ski mask).

warning! Possible spoilers for "Firearm"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E9GUA4r7Ut0


Thanks Timmy and Happy Birthday!



P.S. at 16 seconds you can see me ( kid with long hair) helping an actor load a gun.
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LANZETTA

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Re: Behind the scenes footage of a spaghetti western fan film
« Reply #1 on: 17 Jul 2007 - 06:59 »

Hunchback,what happened to that free download of Firearm?

Hows the new sw progressing?
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The Hunchback

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Re: Behind the scenes footage of a spaghetti western fan film
« Reply #2 on: 17 Jul 2007 - 07:08 »



Hows the new sw progressing?

Very well, found this great cemetery (that until two days ago I didn't know existed) we can shoot a few scenes in.
Some graves there are from the very late 1900's.
Just finished shooting a rather short flashback scene and we're now progressing to torture sequence.

If all goes well (and it never does) expect the release by early 2008.

The "Firearm" download was never put up by me but by "amaze" at the "other place". Whatever questions, you'll have to take it up with him.

Is the dvd I sent you not enough? :P
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LANZETTA

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Re: Behind the scenes footage of a spaghetti western fan film
« Reply #3 on: 17 Jul 2007 - 07:17 »



Hows the new sw progressing?

Very well, found this great cemetery (that until two days ago I didn't know existed) we can shoot a few scenes in.
Some graves there are from the very late 1900's.
Just finished shooting a rather short flashback scene and we're now progressing to torture sequence.

If all goes well (and it never does) expect the release by early 2008.

The "Firearm" download was never put up by me but by "amaze" at the "other place". Whatever questions, you'll have to take it up with him.

Is the dvd I sent you not enough? :P
You mean i gotta to wait at least another 6 months? :-[  :-X

I was thinking about the other guys here with the download.
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