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More and more festivals today are accepting digital files, such as mp4 and .mov files. Many will stream them from actual computers or a specialty device such as a media player or a Ki Pro. Files are the ultimate digital film DIY formats as every nonlinear editing system, or NLE, can export exhibition deliverables.
Some festivals also allow you to send your file electronically. As a TD, the only method I accept is Dropbox, since I can add files to my account and they download in the background. I have had untold failed downloads from services such as YouSendIt. Dropbox now also has a great feature where filmmakers can upload files directly to your drive.
The best way to send a film is in a padded Pelican brand case. You can secure the case with mounting ties, slap on a shipping label and send it where it needs to go. Or, just deliver your film via the Internet. As Internet speeds get faster and faster, online file delivery has become more and more popular, especially if you have to send a film to a foreign nation. However, expecting a festival to download a full-size ProRes feature may place an undue burden on them. If there is an emergency and the festival is halfway across the world, consider having an H.264 file as a last resort.
Unlike the other formats, DCP can also project cinema aspect ratios such as 1.85 and 2.35 without having to pillar or letterbox the image. Some theaters even support 4K playback, so you can justify that ALEXA rental to your producers. If you have a gee-whiz kiss-kiss-bang-bang sort of film, you want to screen on DCP. But no matter which method you use to make a DCP (or what method you choose to format your film), you need to test your movie in a theater before sending it out to festivals. Become friends with the owner of your local independent theater or rent any one of the numerous screening rooms that are found through New York, L.A. and Chicago.
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Landry: No. I mean yes! Of course I can trust you. Nothing\u2019s wrong. I\u2019m just surprised, is all. Hey, this phone\u2019s about to die, and I haven\u2019t packed. I\u2019ll call you in the morning from the airport.
ANNA BETHEA: Thank you, Gail. Our opening words are an adaptation of the message from last week's Braver/Wiser weekly message series. So if you haven't heard about Braver/Wiser, we're going to talk about it a little bit later.
But it's really important for us then as UUs to think about, what is it that we're offering? Not just what do we provide safe haven from, but what is it that we offer? And all the more important that we have to focus on this relationship building, because that shows people what we can invite them to to deepen their faith with our communities.
The UUA website template, if you haven't heard about this, go to uuatheme.org This is a really easy way for congregations to revamp their websites. So if you've privy to any conversations in your congregation about, we need to put a new face out there, or wanting to reorganize a website or whatnot, take a look at this and send it along.
And it's a really inspiring story if you haven't seen the movie or earlier versions of it. And most excitingly, it was broadcast on PBS nationally last Tuesday, September 20. And it's still being broadcast on your PBS stations. So if you haven't seen it, make sure you get out there and see it.
And so if your congregation is doing something about those issues or is connected to the film, you can add yourself to the map. There's a great congregational action guide with faith development resources. You can get connected to the refugee and resettlement resources that the UU Service Committee has.
(on if the offensive line was starting to play better last week) "Yeah, I thought so. We can go to each spot the last month and we just haven't been consistent as a football team. They're part of that too. We've been a little inconsistent in protecting our quarterback, but I did like the way we played early in the game last week or throughout the first half. We miss Mike (Brisiel). Gump's (Antoine Caldwell) played a lot of football. Caldwell's played a lot of football, but we did miss Mike. Mike's a big part of what we're doing and hopefully we get him back."
(on G Mike Brisiel's consistency) "We get graded from week to week and from a grading standpoint he's been the highest grader from week-in and week-out. We've all played pretty well but watching film out there, he's probably been one of the most consistent."
(on having a chance to beat Tennessee with so many backup players in the game) "Yeah, definitely. The first half, we came up with great intensity, a great tempo and played the way we thought we were capable of. Then, you have some guys step in who haven't played all year and did some great things. To look up, and you're down, you score with a chance with a 2-point conversion to win the game. There's no disappointment after the game. You like to win, but the fact that we were even in position to win that game helped us a lot as far as our morale is concerned."
(on asking players that have been to the playoffs about the playoffs) "Well, I haven't asked them. Other guys have asked them, but you kind of hear them talking about it. You kind of hear, 'What's the atmosphere like? What's the play feel like? Do guys really play that much harder?' You know, things like that. I think it's just the adrenaline of the game and the crowd. Everything is intensified. Everybody's a little quicker, a little faster, a little sharper."
(on if he has heard from friends around the League who have cleaned out their lockers and didn't make it to the playoffs) "No, I haven't. Actually, when we clinched I had a few guys text me congratulations. After we played the Colts I talked to Reggie (Wayne) for a little while after the game and he gave me a lot of words of encouragement. You know, he's been there, won the Super Bowl, played in two Super Bowls, so he just was telling me to get back healthy and make sure you're ready to go. He was just telling me how important I was to the team and not to get down on myself, and things like that while going through the injury. I've heard from a few friends, but most of them have just been congratulations and stuff like that."
(on how he views the team getting ready for playoffs for the first time in franchise history) "Just like any other game. Obviously, you're not dumb to the fact that it's the playoffs, and it's the first time in franchise history, all that stuff, but you gotta go in and approach this like every other game. It's same preparation, same type of study, game film, nothing special, but the package is that much bigger. At the end of the week, you're either going home or you're advancing."
(on if he is impressed with QB Andy Dalton and A.J. Green's chemistry) "They play well, you look at the film and you don't really see them as rookies. They make a lot of plays, A.J. makes a lot of plays and Andy gets the ball to him pretty well so those guys play well together."
(on if he wanted to continue playing on Sunday "No, I didn't want to come out. We looked at it and thought it was the best thing for me to play it safe and go out of the game and let Jake (Delhomme) take the rest of the game."
(on whether he feels like a rookie after all he's been through) "It's been a long season and even though I haven't been playing the entire season, I don't really feel like a rookie anymore. I've had a long time to get comfortable with this offense and comfortable with the teammates around me, so hopefully going into these playoffs I don't have those rookie feelings anymore."
With more debt comes more defaults and that creates demand for the public school to prison pipeline. Throw around the word terrorist and get more funding. Talk up the stocks and talk down the bridge jumpers. All the gadgets are security free for your own safety. We ran out of people with money before we ran out of oil. That works because we are out of money to fix the roads and bridges. More stuff is closing. America: It used to work.
A blunt dissection was then performed within the safe zone to expose the anterior structures between L5 and S1 levels and the presacral abscess. Pus, caseous necrosis tissue, granulation tissue, bone sequestrum, psoas abscess, and the necrotic disc were thoroughly debrided and spinal canal decompression was also performed. In addition, the matter removed was sent for drug sensitivity tests with a gene chip.
It's easy to be safe and avoid people rather than connect on a deeper level, I hope someday I can love and be loved by someone. For now though, making games is enough. I am glad we both get to share the path of being artists.
I was so happy to see the epilogue pop up, to know that it was nearly over. Throughout the game, you explain how you didn't have a story or a film moment, a moment where everything slotted into a neat narrative structure, no act breaks or montages. But you gave it to us, so we could experience your story without being left in limbo. I hope that by making this game, you've managed to continue on this path out of that place.