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"Watchmen: Midnight" fanedit to have a public screening!
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steelio2006 Wrote:congrats that is really awesome.

Thanks Smile I'd like to see more public screenings of fanedits so we could show off our work and spread the word about fanediting in general.
Watchmen: Midnight (HD remastered version forthcoming)
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#12
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Just kidding, Congrats on the screening. I am actually flying into Denver on Friday but sadly I will not have time to check this event out. I doubt I could talk my buddy and his wife into a Con. But seriously congrats man. its a huge step for Fan editing.
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#13
yeah, would have to agree that it is a huge step for fan editing. and it'd be cool to start seeing more events for fan edits like this. that'd be awesome.
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#14
Flixcapacitor Wrote:Wow, thank you. I've got an updated version coming soon...

yes!
Watchmen midnight is easily the best Watchmen version out there!
Things I'd kill for:
1. Saw footage without blur filters
2. Shared Dark Tower movie universe

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#15
Was this obtained?

If you choose to show a film for public viewing, your first step is to purchase a public viewing
license ($300.00 -$500.00) and rights to show the film in public, which includes a public
performance fee ($300.00 - $500.00). Even if you choose to show the movie for free, you are still
required to purchase the copyrights. Federal copyright laws protect all movies viewed in public
areas regardless of format (35 mm, video tape or DVD)


Im not trying to harsh anything, i was just asking a legit question.
I though this sight was about owning the material, no mentioning of bootleg or breaking the law.
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#16
^Dude, stop harshing his buzz.
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#17
TV's Frink Wrote:^Dude, stop harshing his buzz.

Concur.
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#18
That all sounds awesome!!!! Look forward to checking out your updated version.
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juice4z0 Wrote:Just kidding, Congrats on the screening. I am actually flying into Denver on Friday but sadly I will not have time to check this event out. I doubt I could talk my buddy and his wife into a Con. But seriously congrats man. its a huge step for Fan editing.

Thanks! Too bad you and some others can't make it to the Con. It would've been great to have a FanEdit.org meet-up.
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#20
steelio2006 Wrote:yeah, would have to agree that it is a huge step for fan editing. and it'd be cool to start seeing more events for fan edits like this. that'd be awesome.

I think fan conventions are a good start for this sort of thing because the audiences share a lot of our interests and many of them are already there to share their own types of creativity that relates/remixes movies and comics, etc.
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