davidh6 

member since 07/17/2007 | last login 06/22/2012

DAVID HARRIS is an award-winning producer with experience in film and digital video production, graphic design, public speaking, teaching, and theater. In 2000 David created his first films and immediately the filmmaking bug bit him. In a brief seven years, David has...

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DAVID HARRIS is an award-winning producer with experience in film and digital video production, graphic design, public speaking, teaching, and theater. In 2000 David created his first films and immediately the filmmaking bug bit him. In a brief seven years, David has produced films in 16mm, High Definition, and digital video formats. David is committed to extending his knowledge of filmmaking and has attended multiple film schools and now has over 800 hours of professional training. His other interests and accomplishments include, Student Government and leadership roles, high school athletics and drama, the production of a magazine, and freelance videography. He is a student of organizational behavior, and business management.

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Reviews by davidh6 12

  • A review of Organic Matter
    by davidh6 on 01/24/2008
    Well, it's simple structure works. The story of arc of the character is a very simple one and the set-up to the his demise in the end is...eloquent. But I felt as if your writing was a bit arrogant. The sentences seem to run in an almost tedious circle, and it is, to be blunt, boring. However, this almost works; it parralells the characters boredom and his arrogance. This... read
  • A review of An Actor's Nightmare
    by davidh6 on 11/06/2007
    Well, it was funny, in a not-laugh out way but in a very odd way. It was interesting, that's for sure. I was very impressed with you animation and thought it looked very proffessional. But why didn't the mouths move? I got a headache trying to figure out who was talking when, despite the various voices used for each character (which weren't that significantly different). Besides,... read
  • A review of Chelsea's Condition
    by davidh6 on 11/03/2007
    This film's premis is not particularly interesting - its too simplistic and lacks and depth. The narration that served as the only speaking in the film was filled with cheap cliches, monotoned and tedioius words that really bored me. The score abused the story and really sounded like something out of a soap opera; it was weak, over dramatized, and simply lame. Even the... read
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Comments About davidh6 6

  • **DELETED ACCOUNT** on 01/26/2008

    Im kind of dumb in the humor department. Although I actually liked the line about the sky, I just took it more seriously as a comparison of beauty. I think I stay in the horror realm too much.

    I havent ventured into the film space yet, but I would be more than happy to have yours be my first.

    I dont have anything new uploaded yet, I am working on 3 short stories and I am trying desperately to revise a novel I have been working on for a few years now. I will have the first chapter of that up soon.

    I will watch your short though no problem.
  • **DELETED ACCOUNT** on 01/26/2008

    I must admit that I did miss the comedy aspect. If you are going in that direction, I think you need a bit more set up to it. It has an odd balance between the noir genre and comedy.

    I hope that makes sense.

    Franklin
  • **DELETED ACCOUNT** on 01/26/2008

    David I hate to do this, but after I posted my review, I still had a few items for you to consider.

    Here they are.

    Page 4. The detective is sipping whiskey as he walks past the police? Really?

    Page 5. In deciding his fate you try to give two options, not just one.

    The ending changes in narrative tense.

    I hope this isnt a rude way of doing this. If it is, I apologize in advance!

    Franklin
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