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Friday, May 13, 2005

New Trailer Upload

I just uploaded a new trailer for my short film The Face of the Earth. The content is the same but the actual size and quality is bigger and better. Go to "Works" and download. Give it a little time, the file is about 11mb. Hope you like...
You will need a Quicktime Player which you can download for free here.


Blogger Sunshine Coyote said...

Keep in mind that in the realm of stereotypes those who have cats usually have lots of time on their hands.

And perhaps the act of purchasing cat food is often a dramatic event.


Shit, now I want to watch your short film and I get the impression that I won't be able to without either flying to NYC or asking you to send me a copy. Neither of which I'd do. However, if you would be so kind as to give me the opening sequence of events and character names, I'll deliciously conjure the rest on my own.

Enough fruitless flirting! Seriously, I will look forward to sharing your wisdom on films and film making, as well as tidbits of New York. I do miss it so....

10:07 PM  
Blogger William said...


Thanks for the interest in my film and the blog. I'm gradually doing work on the blog by adding improvements and enhancements little by little. One thing I will be doing is adding a full bio page and an enhanced window for that trailer that will include a synopsis. I've also played around with the idea of offering a DVD of the short for purchase just so I could basically cover the cost. Let's not kid ourselves, as cheap as video can be, it still cost money to make a film. If the interest was there for the purchase of the film I would look into it.

Stay tuned!

9:13 AM  
Blogger Scott said...

Great trailer!

I love it when they don't give it away.

Look forward to seeing it.

4:07 PM  

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