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Military Movies Pt. 2

Discussion in 'Free Fire Zone' started by Brayden Allen, May 12, 2018.

  1. Brayden Allen

    Brayden Allen Member

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    Okay I have come up with what I think is a good idea to get started with not only military film but filmmaking in general. I have a dream of being able to make money creating content I create. So, aside from the stuff I already to like internships and school, i've decided that i'm going to create on YouTube. Starting off, i'm going to take b-roll I find of the internet and use it to create films. What do yall think about this?

    Also, here's one of the short films i've already created. It's a sort-of tribute video to the United States. I've though about creating tribute films like this starting out. Along, with each short film, i'm going to make a video giving my insight into the video and why I created it, also giving my background on the topic, sort-of like a behind the scenes video.


    I've got many more ideas for my channel so if you'd like to hear them just ask.
     
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    JJWilson Well-Known Member

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    That was actually a pretty great video there Brayden.............you've got a bright future.........
     
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    JJWilson I appreciate the kind words. I hoping to a sort-of series with it where I make videos like for nations around the world. Starting with of course the US, then others i've been too, then the ones I want to go to and have connections with such as family origins.
     
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    You going to do one for Italy? Land of my father's family.
     
  5. Brayden Allen

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    I sure can!
     
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    Ok....I'm impressed! Not an easy thing to do since I've lived a long time. Good luck with your venture!
     
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    Really good job!
    Perhaps I'd even use it for my homework assignment if you don't mind. I study at university at the Faculty of History. As for me, creating movies is too hard but I'd like to learn how it's done. Possible in the future, but for now, I keep on wondering about what people can create with their own efforts.
     
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    Hello! I want to inform you that youtube link is broken. Please send it to me via pm I'm interesting in this content
     
  9. Brayden Allen

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    Jaida Cordell Sorry about the broken link, I had to re-edit it. Anyways, here it is.

     
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    Thank you!
     
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    Nice work. My nephew went to a film school in Florida. He made a short film commemorating the Coast Guard while in school and then worked for Crypt tv. Last I heard he was at Sony. Follow your dream.
     

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