View Full Version : what happened to the documentary about AVit?
14th September 2004, 09:21 AM
I remember being interviewed for a documentary about AVit 03, made by evo media(?). Many people were interviewed during AVit, but i've never hear anything since, does anybody know what happened with it?
14th September 2004, 09:28 AM
I was wondering that too.........
14th September 2004, 10:11 AM
The people that were going to edit it have made no progress so far (as best I know) so avit uk just very recently retrieved all the raw source tapes from them. Thats all I know at the moment.
14th September 2004, 10:50 AM
yeah to cut a long story short the director (not evomedia) disappeared off the map and didn't give us the tapes back first... its been ages trying to track them down and now we have then we're looking at 60 seemingly unlogged dv tapes.
i have seen some footage that was shot, and he certainly did a good job there - it looked fantastic.
so, its never easy doing things like this as volunteers, and if you consider its three days without sleep just to watch the raw footage it'll take some time before we've got something to show.
14th September 2004, 10:52 AM
Cool Toby thanks for the update.
I suppose realisticaly it will/could be done for the next AVIT UK.
It could be debuted there. It would be a nice 'feature'. :)
30th August 2006, 02:23 PM
any news on this?
I have access to lots of editing equipment and server space at the moment so let me know if you need any help.
30th August 2006, 02:52 PM
is there any milage in splitting the work up?
a watch of the start of each tape might let you know when/where it was shot.
targets could then be set.
i.e. here are 2 tapes from 1 evening at one venue.
10 minute and 5 minute edit
colour correction of footage (if necessary)
good docs for final editor
Footage returned on DV tape
People can take as many mini programs as they have time for
Final editor only has to deal with edited sections not 60+ hours of tape.
30th August 2006, 02:55 PM
What was filmed? anyone got an idea?
Were all the workshops filmed? To me these seem the most valuable and should require minimal editing. To put these on DVD would be useful for many VJs
I'm thinking that the AVIT mashup/performances are fun for those who were there and possibly inspirational for others but the same experiences can be seen at other events/gigs.
What do people think? Don't want to tread on any AVIT toes by talking about all this, you may already have a plan!
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