Video Workshop Celebrity Cruise

Discussion in 'Professional Video Production' started by Dan Harris, Aug 23, 2005.

  1. Dan Harris

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    Hi Everyone -

    Just "beating the bushes" to say how great it would be for some of you
    veteran or "wannabe" fanvid makers to come out and join us on the Doctor Who
    Cruise this year the week of 4-11 December. We're doing our onboard fanvid
    workshop with the stars of BBC-TV's Doctor Who again for the third time, and
    it's your opportunity to not just work on a fanvid, but to actually do it
    with the advice and participation of actual celebrity guests from the
    original series! Whether you're more into the scripting, the acting, or the
    behind-the-scenes production, you won't want to miss the unique opportunity
    to work alongside Carole Ann Ford and Nicola Bryant as they step back into
    their famous Doctor Who roles of Susan and Peri for our cameras, or to pick
    up valuable insights on production from original BBC series producer Verity
    Lambert on how to put it all together. That, plus fascinating and fun
    conversations over dinner each night, and all of the great vacation
    activities you'd expect from a cruise ship vacation, all in a comfortably
    sized group where everyone gets to really know each other. With today's DV
    cameras, desktop editing systems and digital effects, we probably have more
    raw technical resources at our disposal than the entire BBC had back in the
    day; with the help of our seasoned pro celebrity guests to guide us, let's
    see just what we can do with it all together. All of the event info details
    (plus a link to a RealVideo trailer for last year's onboard workshop
    production with Doctor Who celebrities Sylvester McCoy, Lisa Bowerman,
    Frazer Hines, and Rob Shearman) are posted on the web site at
    scificruise.com so go check it out now, but hurry, as we have a booking
    deadline coming up soon in mid-September, and after that rooms may either be
    significantly more expensive than the current minimum of $769 (that's about
    £430) per person, or else not available at all anymore, as the ship is
    expected to sell out this year (that's the whole ship in general mind you,
    our own little private group is just one small group among manyother groups
    and thousands of individuals on the rest of the huge ship, but once our own
    reserved block of space is gone, it's gone...) I hope to be able to welcome
    some of you aboard this year. We always have a great time together, and you
    should be part of it.

    Cheers - Dan Harris - event organizer
     
    Dan Harris, Aug 23, 2005
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  2. How many ways can you tape a Doctor's companion saying:
    "What's that, Doctor?"
    and
    "aieee!!!"

    /Baker still rules.
     
    nobody special, Aug 23, 2005
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