RE: [The-Auckland-Digital-Photography-Meetup­-Group] Video production

From: Michael P.
Sent on: Thursday, November 5, 2009 11:50 PM

Have banned this person from the group

 

Michael Provost

WEBPIX

P.O. Box[masked],

Parnell,

Auckland 1151.

PH: (09)[masked]? FAX: (09)[masked]? CELL:[masked]

[address removed]???????????? www.webpix.co.nz

 

From: [address removed] [mailto:[address removed]] On Behalf Of Pamela Hunter-Reid
Sent: Thursday, 5 November[masked]:13 p.m.
To: [address removed]
Subject: RE: [The-Auckland-Digital-Photography-Meetup-Group] Video production

 

This has to be muddled to say the least.  Is this what the meetup group is about!!
 
Cheers

Pamela Hunter-Reid

 
 



 


From: [address removed]
Subject: [The-Auckland-Digital-Photography-Meetup-Group] Video production
To: [address removed]
Date: Wed, 4 Nov[masked]:28:31 -0500

 

I am now an independent film/video producer, having worked successfully in Hollywood as writer, cinematographer, editor, director and producer for 20 years. I am also a published author, with two books in the Library of Congress.

I have a project in Paris, France that can be marketed worldwide to broadcast television through my distributor in Dallas, Texas as a documentary; plus through Travel Companies as a marketing tool; to Schools and Colleges; to PTA's, and to individuals as a unique fasttrack language course that teaches six different languages in a minimual amount of time.

I can produce it alone, and I like pre- and post-production but get bored with actually filming the thing.

Locations are the places where Josephine Baker, Sylvia Beach, James Joyce and Ernest Hemingway frequented; the Pet Cemetry where some dogs have their tennis balls encased in glass on their graves; the L'ile de St. Louis; the Bastille, and locations where a slave, a mail man and a washer woman changed the world.

Therefore, I want to put together a co-op that will share in the production and financial returns. The basic requirements are that you are laid back enough to get along with people, enthusiastic enough to contribute to the filming requirements, and sensitive enough to feel that for the past 12 centuries the most amazing adventure of the human spirit has been evolving in Paris, a magical city moulded by suffering and history, and you can afford to travel to Paris and live there for at least two weeks this Parisian winter. At the very least, you'll get a wonderful education about Paris, and a real positive entry on your CV.

Three years ago, two friends in Hawaii produced a similar product, albiet different topic, for $US 3,000, that in three years has sold 300,000 copies at a prices between $US29.95 and $US59.95. You do the math.

I am now an independent film/video producer, having worked successfully in Hollywood as writer, cinematographer, editor, director and producer for 20 years. I am also a published author, with two books in the Library of Congress.

I have a project in Paris, France that can be marketed worldwide to broadcast television through my distributor in Dallas, Texas as a documentary; plus through Travel Companies as a marketing tool; to Schools and Colleges; to PTA's, and to individuals as a unique fasttrack language course that teaches six different languages in a minimual amount of time.

I can produce it alone, and I like pre- and post-production but get bored with actually filming the thing.

Locations are the places where Josephine Baker, Sylvia Beach, James Joyce and Ernest Hemingway frequented; the Pet Cemetry where some dogs have their tennis balls encased in glass on their graves; the L'ile de St. Louis; the Bastille, and locations where a slave, a mail man and a washer woman changed the world.

Therefore, I want to put together a co-op that will share in the production and financial returns. The basic requirements are that you are laid back enough to get along with people, enthusiastic enough to contribute to the filming requirements, and sensitive enough to feel that for the past 12 centuries the most amazing adventure of the human spirit has been evolving in Paris, a magical city moulded by suffering and history, and you can afford to travel to Paris and live there for at least two weeks this Parisian winter. At the very least, you'll get a wonderful education about Paris, and a real positive entry on your CV.

Three years ago, two friends in Hawaii produced a similar product, albiet different topic, for $US 3,000, that in three years has sold 300,000 copies at a prices between $US29.95 and $US59.95. You do the math.

I am now an independent film/video producer, having worked successfully in Hollywood as writer, cinematographer, editor, director and producer for 20 years. I am also a published author, with two books in the Library of Congress.

I have a project in Paris, France that can be marketed worldwide to broadcast television through my distributor in Dallas, Texas as a documentary; plus through Travel Companies as a marketing tool; to Schools and Colleges; to PTA's, and to individuals as a unique fasttrack language course that teaches six different languages in a minimual amount of time.

I can produce it alone, and I like pre- and post-production but get bored with actually filming the thing.

Locations are the places where Josephine Baker, Sylvia Beach, James Joyce and Ernest Hemingway frequented; the Pet Cemetry where some dogs have their tennis balls encased in glass on their graves; the L'ile de St. Louis; the Bastille, and locations where a slave, a mail man and a washer woman changed the world.

Therefore, I want to put together a co-op that will share in the production and financial returns. The basic requirements are that you are laid back enough to get along with people, enthusiastic enough to contribute to the filming requirements, and sensitive enough to feel that for the past 12 centuries the most amazing adventure of the human spirit has been evolving in Paris, a magical city moulded by suffering and history, and you can afford to travel to Paris and live there for at least two weeks this Parisian winter. At the very least, you'll get a wonderful education about Paris, and a real positive entry on your CV.

Three years ago, two friends in Hawaii produced a similar product, albiet different topic, for $US 3,000, that in three years has sold 300,000 copies at a prices between $US29.95 and $US59.95. You do the math.

I am now an independent film/video producer, having worked successfully in Hollywood as writer, cinematographer, editor, director and producer for 20 years. I am also a published author, with two books in the Library of Congress.

I have a project in Paris, France that can be marketed worldwide to broadcast television through my distributor in Dallas, Texas as a documentary; plus through Travel Companies as a marketing tool; to Schools and Colleges; to PTA's, and to individuals as a unique fasttrack language course that teaches six different languages in a minimual amount of time.

I can produce it alone, and I like pre- and post-production but get bored with actually filming the thing.

Locations are the places where Josephine Baker, Sylvia Beach, James Joyce and Ernest Hemingway frequented; the Pet Cemetry where some dogs have their tennis balls encased in glass on their graves; the L'ile de St. Louis; the Bastille, and locations where a slave, a mail man and a washer woman changed the world.

Therefore, I want to put together a co-op that will share in the production and financial returns. The basic requirements are that you are laid back enough to get along with people, enthusiastic enough to contribute to the filming requirements, and sensitive enough to feel that for the past 12 centuries the most amazing adventure of the human spirit has been evolving in Paris, a magical city moulded by suffering and history, and you can afford to travel to Paris and live there for at least two weeks this Parisian winter. At the very least, you'll get a wonderful education about Paris, and a real positive entry on your CV.

Three years ago, two friends in Hawaii produced a similar product, albiet different topic, for $US 3,000, that in three years has sold 300,000 copies at a prices between $US29.95 and $US59.95. You do the math.

I am now an independent film/video producer, having worked successfully in Hollywood as writer, cinematographer, editor, director and producer for 20 years. I am also a published author, with two books in the Library of Congress.

I have a project in Paris, France that can be marketed worldwide to broadcast television through my distributor in Dallas, Texas as a documentary; plus through Travel Companies as a marketing tool; to Schools and Colleges; to PTA's, and to individuals as a unique fasttrack language course that teaches six different languages in a minimual amount of time.

I can produce it alone, and I like pre- and post-production but get bored with actually filming the thing.

Locations are the places where Josephine Baker, Sylvia Beach, James Joyce and Ernest Hemingway frequented; the Pet Cemetry where some dogs have their tennis balls encased in glass on their graves; the L'ile de St. Louis; the Bastille, and locations where a slave, a mail man and a washer woman changed the world.

Therefore, I want to put together a co-op that will share in the production and financial returns. The basic requirements are that you are laid back enough to get along with people, enthusiastic enough to contribute to the filming requirements, and sensitive enough to feel that for the past 12 centuries the most amazing adventure of the human spirit has been evolving in Paris, a magical city moulded by suffering and history, and you can afford to travel to Paris and live there for at least two weeks this Parisian winter. At the very least, you'll get a wonderful education about Paris, and a real positive entry on your CV.

Three years ago, two friends in Hawaii produced a similar product, albiet different topic, for $US 3,000, that in three years has sold 300,000 copies at a prices between $US29.95 and $US59.95. You do the math.

I am now an independent film/video producer, having worked successfully in Hollywood as writer, cinematographer, editor, director and producer for 20 years. I am also a published author, with two books in the Library of Congress.

I have a project in Paris, France that can be marketed worldwide to broadcast television through my distributor in Dallas, Texas as a documentary; plus through Travel Companies as a marketing tool; to Schools and Colleges; to PTA's, and to individuals as a unique fasttrack language course that teaches six different languages in a minimual amount of time.

I can produce it alone, and I like pre- and post-production but get bored with actually filming the thing.

Locations are the places where Josephine Baker, Sylvia Beach, James Joyce and Ernest Hemingway frequented; the Pet Cemetry where some dogs have their tennis balls encased in glass on their graves; the L'ile de St. Louis; the Bastille, and locations where a slave, a mail man and a washer woman changed the world.

Therefore, I want to put together a co-op that will share in the production and financial returns. The basic requirements are that you are laid back enough to get along with people, enthusiastic enough to contribute to the filming requirements, and sensitive enough to feel that for the past 12 centuries the most amazing adventure of the human spirit has been evolving in Paris, a magical city moulded by suffering and history, and you can afford to travel to Paris and live there for at least two weeks this Parisian winter. At the very least, you'll get a wonderful education about Paris, and a real positive entry on your CV.

Three years ago, two friends in Hawaii produced a similar product, albiet different topic, for $US 3,000, that in three years has sold 300,000 copies at a prices between $US29.95 and $US59.95. You do the math.

I am now an independent film/video producer, having worked successfully in Hollywood as writer, cinematographer, editor, director and producer for 20 years. I am also a published author, with two books in the Library of Congress.

I have a project in Paris, France that can be marketed worldwide to broadcast television through my distributor in Dallas, Texas as a documentary; plus through Travel Companies as a marketing tool; to Schools and Colleges; to PTA's, and to individuals as a unique fasttrack language course that teaches six different languages in a minimual amount of time.

I can produce it alone, and I like pre- and post-production but get bored with actually filming the thing.

Locations are the places where Josephine Baker, Sylvia Beach, James Joyce and Ernest Hemingway frequented; the Pet Cemetry where some dogs have their tennis balls encased in glass on their graves; the L'ile de St. Louis; the Bastille, and locations where a slave, a mail man and a washer woman changed the world.

Therefore, I want to put together a co-op that will share in the production and financial returns. The basic requirements are that you are laid back enough to get along with people, enthusiastic enough to contribute to the filming requirements, and sensitive enough to feel that for the past 12 centuries the most amazing adventure of the human spirit has been evolving in Paris, a magical city moulded by suffering and history, and you can afford to travel to Paris and live there for at least two weeks this Parisian winter. At the very least, you'll get a wonderful education about Paris, and a real positive entry on your CV.

Three years ago, two friends in Hawaii produced a similar product, albiet different topic, for $US 3,000, that in three years has sold 300,000 copies at a prices between $US29.95 and $US59.95. You do the math.

I am now an independent film/video producer, having worked successfully in Hollywood as writer, cinematographer, editor, director and producer for 20 years. I am also a published author, with two books in the Library of Congress.

I have a project in Paris, France that can be marketed worldwide to broadcast television through my distributor in Dallas, Texas as a documentary; plus through Travel Companies as a marketing tool; to Schools and Colleges; to PTA's, and to individuals as a unique fasttrack language course that teaches six different languages in a minimual amount of time.

I can produce it alone, and I like pre- and post-production but get bored with actually filming the thing.

Locations are the places where Josephine Baker, Sylvia Beach, James Joyce and Ernest Hemingway frequented; the Pet Cemetry where some dogs have their tennis balls encased in glass on their graves; the L'ile de St. Louis; the Bastille, and locations where a slave, a mail man and a washer woman changed the world.

Therefore, I want to put together a co-op that will share in the production and financial returns. The basic requirements are that you are laid back enough to get along with people, enthusiastic enough to contribute to the filming requirements, and sensitive enough to feel that for the past 12 centuries the most amazing adventure of the human spirit has been evolving in Paris, a magical city moulded by suffering and history, and you can afford to travel to Paris and live there for at least two weeks this Parisian winter. At the very least, you'll get a wonderful education about Paris, and a real positive entry on your CV.

Three years ago, two friends in Hawaii produced a similar product, albiet different topic, for $US 3,000, that in three years has sold 300,000 copies at a prices between $US29.95 and $US59.95. You do the math.

I am now an independent film/video producer, having worked successfully in Hollywood as writer, cinematographer, editor, director and producer for 20 years. I am also a published author, with two books in the Library of Congress.

I have a project in Paris, France that can be marketed worldwide to broadcast television through my distributor in Dallas, Texas as a documentary; plus through Travel Companies as a marketing tool; to Schools and Colleges; to PTA's, and to individuals as a unique fasttrack language course that teaches six different languages in a minimual amount of time.

I can produce it alone, and I like pre- and post-production but get bored with actually filming the thing.

Locations are the places where Josephine Baker, Sylvia Beach, James Joyce and Ernest Hemingway frequented; the Pet Cemetry where some dogs have their tennis balls encased in glass on their graves; the L'ile de St. Louis; the Bastille, and locations where a slave, a mail man and a washer woman changed the world.

Therefore, I want to put together a co-op that will share in the production and financial returns. The basic requirements are that you are laid back enough to get along with people, enthusiastic enough to contribute to the filming requirements, and sensitive enough to feel that for the past 12 centuries the most amazing adventure of the human spirit has been evolving in Paris, a magical city moulded by suffering and history, and you can afford to travel to Paris and live there for at least two weeks this Parisian winter. At the very least, you'll get a wonderful education about Paris, and a real positive entry on your CV.

Three years ago, two friends in Hawaii produced a similar product, albiet different topic, for $US 3,000, that in three years has sold 300,000 copies at a prices between $US29.95 and $US59.95. You do the math.

 

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