I just want to say thank you to all of you who participated in this contest. I hope you enjoyed seeing something you like as much as I did. It was a lot of fun and I had a blast.
If you can’t get your phone in the car, you can still get your car on eBay.
I hope you enjoyed my new story trailer. It’s really cute, and I loved it. I hope it helps some people.
The purpose of the contest was to provide a space for anyone to write a story trailer and upload it to YouTube. The video that I submitted won an honorable mention for the best story trailer of 2011.
If you like to read, this page will be my way of sharing interesting things I’ve been watching. I like to read a lot of my favorite books. I also like to read more. If you like me or want to write something for your blog, you can do that by clicking here.
I was a bit disappointed because the video did not actually get much traction on YouTube. But I think it does point out some of the weird and wonderful things that happen on a daily basis. At the very least, it was an interesting take on a popular meme that is often forgotten. The winners of the contest will be featured on this page, and I’ll do the same for the next one.
I like that you have a different visual style to your actual head-top image. You can have more of it, but the more you can see the better. When I’m with the camera in the background, the camera moves the camera faster and then slower. This is a fantastic visual style that I’ve found even more appealing than the movie. It’s a cool piece of technology that I’m happy to discuss in detail.
The clip from the contest, which I’ll be using for my article, will be taken from an old movie that was recently discovered and restored from a film reel. It was shot during World War II and features a German officer who was trying to save his friend who had been captured. He was the only one left alive by the enemy and the only one who could give himself up and surrender. This is a classic movie that I cant get enough of.
The clip is a wonderful piece of film that I would highly recommend. It is a rare example of a documentary made from a film reel, which is the oldest surviving film stock. It was shot on a 16mm film stock from the 1930s, and is in the collection of the National Film Archive. It is amazing how much information can be captured from such a small amount of film and how much more detail can be added to every shot.