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Looking to build your porfolio

This group will help film makers,actors, writers and so forth find common ground in working with each other.So if your looking to build a portfolio then here you can.

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Latest Activity: Sep 22, 2014

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Volunteer Actors, Lighting Tech, Production/Camera Assistant Needed For EPK/Music Video 1 Reply

Started by Extol Music Group. Last reply by Alex Jevoyn Mar 22, 2010.

ACTION/THRILLER - COMPOSER NEEDED!! 1 Reply

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HI EVERYONE CHECK THIS OUT 7 Replies

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Comment by Corey on April 11, 2009 at 11:58pm
Hello Khamphiene,

Just wanted to say thank you and welcome to the group. We'll all put this city on the map one way or another ;)
Comment by Andrew on April 12, 2009 at 9:19pm
Hi friendly, supportive, kind, people of Hamilton!
I am looking for people to read my hot-off-the-press comedy screenplay and give feedback. Be the first to crush my feelings! It’s topical, so I need to get it completed ASAP.

Here is an overview. I have it copyrighted.
Wall Street – Main Street
A super-wealthy, arrogant, Wall Street banker – Montague Steed - is enjoying the high life. He pumps up his bank’s profits by taking on risky debt, thus maximizing the bank’s short term profits and his bonuses. He knows that this will lead to disaster in time. He makes $517 million in his time as CEO.
The bank goes bankrupt much sooner than he ever expected. He testifies before congress on the bankruptcy. His wife and mistress turn their backs on him. He is tried. The judge gives him massive fines, making him broke. He sentences him to work in a convenience store, as a clerk, for 5 years, in a working class town. If he is fired or quits, he will have to do the 5 years in a maximum security prison.
He starts his job, working under the assistant manager Josh, an ill-tempered asshole, whose father used to work at Steed’ bank but was laid off. His parents got a mortgage from Steed’s bank with little money down, which they can no longer afford to pay. Because of all this, they cannot afford to send Josh to college, so Josh makes Steed’s life a living hell, trying to make him quit, and get sent to prison.
The movie is somewhat of Clerks meets Wall Street.
Thanks!
Andrew Jarvis
Comment by Corey on April 12, 2009 at 10:32pm
Hello Andrew,

Welcome to the group. Anyway from what I've read of your script I like it a lot, think it sounds great, I like Kevin Smiths work, so if it's like that I love it already ;) Anyway excellent stuff, you have my interest. So there will be NO feeling crushed here, sounds great, it's like the old saying goes, what goes around comes around, and it sounds like this banker get's what he deserves.

Corey
Comment by Andrew on April 12, 2009 at 11:14pm
Thanks!!

How can I send it to you?

Andrew
Comment by Corey on April 15, 2009 at 10:24pm
Your very welcome. Well I'll be giving out more information soon on my production company, then maybe a get together and talk in regards to your script, but it sounds really good.

Corey
Comment by Andrew on April 15, 2009 at 10:30pm
Thanks. that sounds good.

Andrew
Comment by Hamdi Osman on May 11, 2009 at 8:15pm
Looking for work in the acting industry!
Comment by Andrew on July 12, 2009 at 2:46pm
i can look at the script;
Comment by Andrew on July 17, 2009 at 9:37am
It's good to see that you're still alive Corey.
Comment by Corey on July 30, 2009 at 2:40pm
The short film is being held back due to other projects that I have to do, they are documentaries & the issues involved need to be told,I will still be doing films but have to post phone them for the time being. Thank You.

Sincerely'
Corey

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