Dutch Elm Productions
wood with a subtle twist of pestilence

- in which our plaintiff strives to make some magic image box trickery, in order to insinuate himself into Dame Marjory's will. Constable Blackthorpe, however, has suspicions.

Thursday, November 17, 2005

Quality vs Tangibility

A dilemma has been whether to rush this film through in time for the good old Landcrabbe Filme Festival or whether to take extra care and pull out all the stops on it.

Currently erring towards the latter but I have my own mercurial (treacherous) brain to deal with, so who knows.

Either way this years festival looks to be packed with talented people showing off marvellous creations, should be another bumper jamboree by the sea....


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I believe Dutch Elm Productions' first film was a joint effort between myself and your good self. Therefore, do I not have a say in Dutch Elm productions? Do I have a say in using its name for this Blog? Clearly not....

Will you finish this film regardless of the film festival deadline? I feel you will, the dog has bolted from the trap. so the question is not Qaulity vs Tangibility its how much you want to see a film of yours at this years film festival? Instead of can he reach the rabit? What does it mean to him to reach it in time?

4:30 PM  
Blogger Paul Draper said...

Hello G-Force - Dutch Elm is a loose collaboration of talented folk such as yourself, you'll notice that Tony Scopes was under Dutch Elm.

It's not registered or anything, I believe it's also the name of a Comedy group in Edinburgh so it's just a name for now.

I'm sanguine about this years festival. There's so much talent on display in the various films that I would be happy to go and watch, although obviously it'd be a shame not to show.

We'll see how things turn out.

5:06 PM  
Blogger Paul Draper said...

ps, dogs, rabbits - you're clearly on methadone.

5:08 PM  
Blogger Tim Clague said...

Welcome to the blogosphere dude! Remember the spirit of the blog is honesty. So we want to hear about all the highs and lows of the work!

8:53 PM  
Blogger Rich S said...

I've just registered Dutch Elm Productions as a production house so i'll be taking credit and royalties from now on. And I now own the back catalogue, but i'll probably bin that unless you want to buy it back..

Mr Glenn £3.50
Tony Scopes £4.27
Ken £2.99
Suck it and see - 1p
FCM World £5.50
Terry's - You can have for free (big bloody tissue!)

11:30 AM  
Blogger Paul Draper said...

You've never forgiven us for that Big Tissue gag have you.

11:54 AM  
Blogger Rich S said...

No, but it's better that that one with glenn in an afro and boot polish.

3:22 PM  
Blogger Paul Draper said...

That seemed really funny at the time.......

3:24 PM  
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