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Hello, how are you doing? I hope all is well and thank you for taking the time to read our profile. Hopefully you enjoyed our action packed short, “Adrenaline.” Did you know that we shot that on a handheld digital camcorder, with...
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Hello, how are you doing? I hope all is well and thank you for taking the time to read our profile. Hopefully you enjoyed our action packed short, “Adrenaline.” Did you know that we shot that on a handheld digital camcorder, with absolutely zero budget, in three days? Furthermore, we choreographed it onsite and made up the flow of the movie as we went along… just doing whatever! We are glad that it turned out the way it did! Gorilla filmmaking is so much fun! Well, to move on, allow me to introduce myself. My name is Jeremy Dunn, and my cousin, fellow Star in Adrenaline, is Shaun Paul Piccinino; and we are two young, athletic and very ambitious actor/filmmakers who are trying to fulfill our dreams of the Entertainment Industry. It is a tough, humbling, arduous challenge, but we are happily, anxiously, and patiently pushing forward! Shaun and I have been separated by the Pacific Ocean all our lives. Shaun was born in Chico, California and I, Jeremy, in Honolulu, Hawaii. It was not until two years ago, when I, Jeremy Dunn, moved to Los Angeles to be reunited with Shaun, so we could embark on our wonderful journey to our dreams. Together, with our blood, sweat and tears, we ended up building our own talented, yet modest independent production company called ‘Colapsar Entertainment.’ Please feel free to check out our website at www.colapsarentertainment.com ~ However, before I conclude, I would like to take this opportunity to give thanks to a friend... one who motivated me to take on a career in Hollywood, a friend who, while I was teaching him how to play 'Gin-Rummy,' told me that he believed in me, before I even gave it a try; a friend whom I cannot mention, but I can hint; thank you "Mr. Kramer," thank you very much for you inspiration! Anyway, we look forward to hearing from you all, learning from your reviews, and making more movies for ourselves and our fellow movie makers. Thank you very much for you time and consideration.
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A review of Fever Dreamsby Jeremy28 on 01/28/2004I liked the feeling of this film. Even though it was a little slow at times. Never the less is was very creative and well thought out. I admire anyone who can come up with an idea and see it through. I applaud this film maker for making it happen. Keep on making films...
by Jeremy28 on 11/20/2003I really liked this, even though it reminded me of one of those dreadful public broadcast shows. I suppose that is what it was poking fun at. The humor was subtle and perfect for this type of parody. I enjoyed watching this one, keep up the good work! I hope you continue with a series.
A review of Hitby Jeremy28 on 11/17/2003I was really getting into this film when ended. I thought that it was shot creatively and directed really well. But I think the ending was sold a little short. Don't get me wrong there is still a nice pay off but I don't know I would liked to have seen something more. Nevertheless it was a great short and should be commended! Keep up the good work.