Opening Credit HELP

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    • #46763
      AvatarAnonymous
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      I just finished editing a feature documentary/music DVD. It runs well over an hour, and will be released for retail sale. It’s a tour of 12 churches, and a soprano soloist sings in each church, with segments about the history & architeture of each church. I’m not sure how to credit myself on the opening credits. I did all the directing/shooting/editing. It was shot in HDV-video, so I don’t want to say “A Foulkes Productions film”.. It’s more than a video, so “A Foulkes Productions video” doesn’t seem grand enough. and “A Foulkes Productions production” doesn’t exactly roll off the tongue. Any suggestions? It will be preceded by the credit “Sissco Inc. presents…”

    • #192555
      AvatarchrisColorado
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      I’d say

      A
      FOULKES
      Production

      putting “Foulkes” in big letters on it’s own line with “A” and “Production” in smaller letters above and below and the whole thing centered. But that’sthe way all my titles roll.

      Now that “film” and even “video” don’t seem to fit much anymore, maybe we should make up a new term like “A Foulkes Productions HDV” or something. LOL

    • #192556
      AvatarAnonymous
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      Maybe I should have thought this out when I was deciding on my company name… which is “Foulkes Productions”… But you certainly gave me the right idea…

      A

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      Production

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