Tom Scratch Wrote:Hi, Gett

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Tom Scratch Wrote:

Hi,
Getting a production to the public may take more ingenuity than getting it made. One of my points is that you have the option to not follow the crowd. Sometimes a staged departure from the norm gets attention, and that may get an audience to pay attention to the point of it all, the film you are trying to launch. Tired old story: K.K. walked up to J.C. and handed him a tape, which JC unthankfully threw in the lake. Next time KK landed a whirly bird in JC’s yard, handed JC another tape, and this time the tape got played, and JC started singing those songs forevermore. KK claims he was holding the tape in one hand and a beer in the other, but I’m sure he made some of that up. Who’d want to spill beer in a chopper.
Take a look at the following website re filmaking and distribution without a budget. You never know where a good idea might come from.
http://www.loosechangeproductions.com
REGARDS … TOM 8)

Nice DVD set man!! Wish I had it before I shot BROKEN. We are almost done with the FULL release of BROKEN on DVD. Check it out: http://www.whatisbroken.com/dvd.html

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