Anon Cell Looking for Video Producer

Discussion in 'Projects' started by anon-anti-walls, May 6, 2014.

  1. Greetings, I'm looking for someone interested in helping an Anon cell put a highish quality vid together. I've got fucking tons on my plate right now and no one else knows how to make an anti-wallstreet montage and pair it with music and a text 2 speech essay (ffs!!!).

    The essay is written (you can have editing privileges if you want greater involvement, it really is a bit under-editted atm), the scenes of the montage aren't planned or anything. I was thinking of just pulling down a bunch of OWS footage, and maybe some police brutality scenes from youtube and going there.

    If you're interested in hopping onto the project and think you can do an good job, post here. You can try and hit me up on IRC too. I'm busy as fuck so please help. I look forward to hearing from you.

    IRC: Anon-anti-walls, in #anonnews

    email... use <Mod Edit; email address removed> for now.
  2. I can assist with producing and editing, what kind of raw material do you have?
  3. Sh3p4rd Member

    I know people
  4. Disambiguation Global Moderator

  5. Mmmm methinks you're the anon formerly known as sheep shagger , I mean herder.

  6. The 2008 Rise of Anonymous Video Masterpiece
    (The Pretender: Foo Fighters)

    ''What if I say I'm not like the others?''
    ''What if I say I'm not just another one of your plays?''
    ''You're The Pretender!''
    ''What if I say I will never surrender?''

    The beginning of The End for David Miscavige and Scientology Abuses
  7. gccwebhosting Member

    I don't have the ability to produce videos, but I can provide some tips for finding a video producer. Here are a few steps you can take:
    Determine your needs: Define what type of video you need, what the purpose of the video is, and what your budget is.
    Research potential producers: Look for video producers who specialize in the type of video you need, and check out their portfolios to see if they have experience producing videos in your industry.
    Ask for referrals: Ask friends, colleagues, or business partners if they know of any reputable video producers they can recommend.
    Contact potential producers: Reach out to potential producers and ask them about their experience, process, and pricing.
    Evaluate proposals: Compare the proposals you receive from potential producers and consider factors such as price, experience, and quality of work.
    Choose a producer: Select the producer that best fits your needs, budget, and timeline.
    By following these steps, you should be able to find a video producer who can help you create a high-quality video that meets your needs and goals.
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  8. Just fuck off!

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