Wow! A lot has changed this I first joined Vimeo and uploaded Popsicle as my first short film. It's so wonderful rereading all these comments you people have left me! I consider this to be my first serious film and I poured so much hard work into it. This film got not only myself but my whole crew their first IMDB credits! I was very fortunate to have been invited into two super-8 filmmaking magazines (Super8 Today & Small Format Magazine) and got to meet a lot of people in the super-8 filmmaking community!
When you believe writers block can't be cured. When you believe everything you do has no meaning or warrants any type of recognition. When you believe a single Popsicle can change your whole world. This is what has happened to a girl who just wanted to do what she loved. But can she overcome the challenges of writers block and no money to once again make her world whole?
This idea has been in my mind for over three years and I am so proud of everyone who worked on this film you guys believed in me and my story and without you Popsicle would still be just a script! :)
Principle photography was shot over a three day period on 6 rolls of Kodak Plus-X film on a Canon 1014xls.
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Short Film produced for DVXuser.com 's Spyfest competition in 2007. Completed in 2 weeks for no money with only family & friends.
Robin Fox is unlike most granddads. As well as enjoying a round of golf, crossword puzzles & tinkering around in the garden shed, Robin also moonlights as a hitman for a secret government organisation known only as ‘The Syndicate’. He meets his match when a routine job goes wrong but how will he take out his man?
Panasonic DVX100B, 25P, Squeeze Mode (cropped to 2.35:1), Stock Lense, Magic Bullet CC & After Effects