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The sun rises and shines anew, each and every day.

Friday, October 15, 2004

wow, it's been a long time hasn't it
film club started last week
began with
eternal sunshine of the spotless mind
what an incredible film
it gets better with each viewing

pep rally was pretty awesome
those kung fu guys
really do know their kung fu

parade tomorrow
should be good and cold
then the football game
i believe a live broadcast
is good to go
Friar Up!

heh, mr vandywalle sure is amusing

video yearbooks should be in
in one more week

"that's....just....the way.....it is..."



Monday, May 17, 2004

Wow, just a few more weeks, and I can relax for a bit.

Honors convocation went pretty quickly, though I think I dazed
for a little bit.

The weekend went really well. Had two great dinners, Sat, and Sunday.

My last film club movie with the seniors happened last Thursday, and
it ended with a big bang. OUCH! Twas fun, but wow, I forgot stuff
about that film that I think I should have remembered.

Oh, and the Joseph DVD has been well received. Pretty cool.

Saturday, May 01, 2004

It's saturday morning...and I feel fine.
Although it's a bit cold outside, with the wind and all, and looks gloomy. Might be a great day to
catch up on some movies. On my To View list:
Ikiru
Richard III
Human Nature
Nowhere in Africa
Master and Commander
Scenes from a Marriage
Rules of the Game
Blow-Up
Grapes of Wrath
Sylvia
Matchstick Men
Naked Lunch
Open Range
American Splendor
The BRD Trilogy
La Strada
The White Sheik
Throne of Blood
Once Upon a Time in the West
The Pornographers

That's quite a bit of stuff to view. Also have the Japanese version of Kill Bill Vol. 1. Finally received my
Region Free dvd player, so I can finally see it on the big screen in all it's DTS glory.

I've also been working on a new dvd at work. The school produced Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor
Dreamcoat. Awesome play, and I was fortunate enough to videotape it. The best thing was that I
was able to plug into the sound board, directly, so that the sound the camera recorded is pretty
brilliant. I finally finished encoding the video portion, finished the menus, chapter selection, but am stuck
on the Cast bios. I asked several of the students to spread the word: I need bios from the actors so
that I can put that info on their respective dvd menu. From all the feedback I've received from people
who have seen the non-finished DVD, they like it and are excited on buying it. Now it's time to finish the
cover art for the dvd case. Right now, it looks great, but the back cover needs work.


Sunday, April 25, 2004

I think I've seen the best Blackfriars Guild production since I've worked at Fenwick.

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat was, well, amazing. The singing was great, the choreography was
awesome. The sets looked incredible. The lighting was done so well, and the sound..well, the sound is almost
Broadway quality(and it surpassed some broadway shows I've seen).

I recorded the entire show, I went two nights. The first night, there was a glitch, so I went back on Saturday, and
taped it. Perfect recording. I just wish I had used 2 cameras instead of one, for editing purposes. Don't know
what I'm going to do exactly with the video, but at least I have a recording of the best show yet done at Fenwick.

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