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A once revered hockey prodigy learns about what life is like when it hits lower than rock bottom...

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Week #3 The Differentiator Unreeled

We do an old School twist on what we want to do. We want to do a new take on the fish out of water idea, and each episode will be shot in a different genre. This one is supposed to be an old school trailer.

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Night Shoot, for the

Night Shoot, for the "Differentiator"

We wanted to do a few track shots, and a roof shots but, as you can see from the plastic covering on our camera the weather was against us. So we had to get a few shots of a theatre for the inserts. The Monsoon rain that happened took out some of our equipment...but as they say the show must go on.
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The Boys

The Boys

We managed to get a few of our shots in, and we were going to do a car chase scene. There was going to be a car chasing down our lead characters as they ran for their lives. But (no joke) the car we were going to use got stolen. So we had to settle for just the characters running for their lives with nothing chasing them. This Is a shot of Devan, Ryan, Noah, and Derek between takes. The answer to what makes us different is we can have every thing against us and we are still going to get the job done.
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Ashley and her Boyfriend.

Ashley and her Boyfriend.

On set romance is usually frowned upon as it can lead to conflicts on set if someone breaks up, it can be distracting and exclude others. But for some reason this romance made sense like these two were meant to be. We at Unreeled don't usually believe in fate kismet call it what you will, but the story of Ashley and Popcorn were a match made in heaven. Between takes they were attached at the mouth, the PDA on a scale from one to ten was an eleven. We know at times their relationship might get stale, but after a night at the movies it will be hot again.
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The Office

The Office

Derek Green the camera op DOP getting everything ready for the shoot in Rick's (the movie theatres GMs) office. Can I hear a Lights, Camera, Action?
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The Crew

The Crew

After we were wrapped Ashley wanted a little reminder of the day. Ryan Haneman (Writer, talent(we use the word loosely)director), Ashley Evans (talent, on set photographer), Ryan had to do his own make-up on himself as our make-up person got food poisoning....he also did his own hair. They weren't making faces this is just how they look normal.
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  • Al's Photo
    Al D. 0  posted 10 years ago

    Fun and funny characters...Looking forward to more!!!!

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    Lorne M. 0  posted 10 years ago

    A bit of potential with this one. I'd have to see a bit more to be convinced. Hopefully you guys can make it to the next round so you can show us more!

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    carole r. 0  posted 10 years ago

    i have watched your video and i am speechless. I understand the script lines but i can't imagine what the other video would look and sound like. The ending of the video #3 was of bad taste.

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    Dawn P. 0  posted 10 years ago

    This looks like it could be good. Hope it moves up to the next round

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    jim c. 0  posted 10 years ago

    I seem to have missed the part where you say how is this different

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    Joanna b. 0  posted 10 years ago

    i feel like you guys might be onto something - I have never worked in that sort of venue before so that part intrigues me. I don't connect with the hockey hero story, but it looks like I wouldn't really need to in order to follow this show.

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    Tim T. 0  posted 10 years ago

    Love Vancouver and used to work at the Park myself as a projectionist. I fully understand what you guys are going through! Sadly, the details of projection work are extinct with the arrival of digital there and that had so much comedy to offer when I was an employee. We did that exact same stuff to clients! Dialogue should be much snappier and I always appreciate the use of clever banter instead of go-to swearing. Hope to see more of that so it doesn't look like CLERKS in a cinema!

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    BG S. 0  posted 10 years ago

    I know it is hard to provide a story line in such a short time. However, I am not getting the point of this. Some of the gags are funny but They don't seem to tell a story. Would be interesting to see more of the story to catch the point.

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    Malcolm M. 0  posted 10 years ago

    Funny opening sequence. Engaged me right away. I see the attempt to show the difference with the tittles used but it might have been nice to see you engage directly with the audience to explain what makes you different. Not that the video doesn't do that, but it kinda feels like another preview for your show.

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    Ted M. 0  posted 10 years ago

    This would make a great, series I'm such a fan. Very funny content with a lot to offer. What's next from you guys!!!! Great work love it

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    Joanna N. 0  posted 10 years ago

    Having a sitcom situated in a theatre lends itself to a ton of comedic options, nice. But other than the different genre idea, which may be difficult to continually deliver on, what else will set Unreeled apart?

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    Justin M. 0  posted 10 years ago

    Nice work boys and girls!

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    Christina O. 0  posted 10 years ago

    It's creative how you decided to do different genres per show. I'm not quite grasping the humour in this video in particular, but I'm sure after a bit of polishing and if given more time than a week you guys could make it work. Good luck in the competition!

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    Sarah S. 0  posted 10 years ago

    Nice work!

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    Paul S. 0  posted 10 years ago

    Ashley totally shines in this as she has a great character and it shows

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    Torin S. 0  posted 10 years ago

    You need more Ashley, she is awesome. The misfits running a movie theatre thing is a good concept but I think you should consider toning down the idea of shooting each episode in a different genre style and maybe reduce that to having a portion of each episode shot in a particular genre style so that with the rest of the episode you can have some continuity of style across episodes. That might be less jarring to the audience.

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    shelley q. 0  posted 10 years ago

    not to sure what this show is about. I didn't quite understand what will make this show different and what will even make this show. You tried your best and keep on trying.

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    Dakota H. 0  posted 10 years ago

    Wow! Read the blurbs under your pictures; unreel! (Ba dum dum pssht.)
    But seriously, much kudos for pushing through literally all of the shittiest things and making a video. I like the premise, but there are a few things I think could be worked on to make this better.
    1) Take the time to double and triple check spelling. at 0:58, I think you meant "comedy" but it was spelled incorrectly.
    2) I think there could be work done for your audio. Unfortunately, I don't have much to suggest other than that open-ended comment, but I think there's gotta be a way for the audio to sound better. (Our video sounds echo-y at times, so believe me when I say the struggle is real.)
    Feel free to offer us feedback, too! We're are The Troupe, based outta SK!
    Looking forward to more videos!

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    Nati H. 0  posted 10 years ago

    :) nicely done

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