Here is a message regarding a movie shoot from fellow de Watteville in the US. ... Don Zorniak Rgt de Watteville (Forces of Lord Selkirk)Message 1 of 66 , May 5, 1999View SourceHere is a message regarding a movie shoot from fellow de Watteville in
> Hey Don,Don Zorniak
> I was just contacted that they need about 15 Brits for one of the episodes
> of the Frontier Searies, this one is on the Battle of New Orlenes. Its
> beeing filmed in Indiana on the weekend of May 15/16 by Director/ Producer
> Gary Foreman.
> This is what I have been told: The Series will pay $125 a day for two days
> plus two meals and two nights loudgeing. But its best to doublecheck this
> with the below two contacts:
> Gray Foreman can be contacted by Email at morning.star1@...
> or by Fax at (219) 477-5487 for this May filming only. They are looking
> for some good British Re-enactors and not hams ::Laughs::
> Tom ..
Rgt de Watteville (Forces of Lord Selkirk)
... Brilliant! ;-) B 93rd SHRoFLHU www.93rdhighlanders.com THE Thin Red Line [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]Message 66 of 66 , Sep 22, 2006View SourceIn a message dated 9/22/06 4:50:27 AM, sgtwarner@... writes:
> Well that one could be argued till we've all tapped our fingertipsBrilliant!
> off, but my point was, that at the time they made the LOR tril
> the state of technology didn't allow for much in the way of animating
> large groups of people on terrain much more complicated than a pool
> The current state of the Viz FX biz is much better (look at "Troy"
> for instance bnot a great film but the imagery is nice) in that large
> bodies of troops can be created on complicated surfaces, which would
> make the filming of battles from the 1812 war possible, believable,
> and more likely! (there, I did it! Thanks for showing us the way B).
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