Deliah Teaser

Camthaleon

Cadet
Joined
Jul 6, 2009
Location
Toronto, Canada
Hi all,

This is a teaser to a TV show I am developing called Deliah: Shadow of Death. I am currently rewriting the TV spec and then will be off to pitch to major networks.

I did that in my room, with 2 300W lights and a blue cloth. Now I know this is definitely NOT industry standard but I don't have cash that I can splash out on a proper set-up. Also I have a very small room.

Please do not say stuff like you know 12-year olds that can make better videos, because it's just ignorant.

I'm just a big fan of sci-fi and never stopped working in that genre, all I want to do is to show my vision, hopefully most people will have fun and then we all move on.

This was edited in Premiere CS4 and AE CS4.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z3yYgF_OtkY



The content is copyrighted by Frozen Frame and protected by REPUBLIC ACT 8293 on copyright in the Philippines. http://deliahtv.blogspot.com
 

audiothor

Indie Audio producer
Joined
Jan 4, 2008
Location
UK
Please do not say stuff like you know 12-year olds that can make better videos, because it's just ignorant.
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Don't worry about the quality if it is just a teaser - I thought it looked good but I think you'll need a lot more if you're gonna pitch it to a TV company.

The promotional videos for Huntress were just animated GIFs but it was deliberate to give a dreamlike quality as the protaganist is an 11 year old.

But huntress is an audiostory so it's very different.

Good luck with your pitch & let us know how you get on....
 

Bmfs

Bryan Sarrasin
Joined
Jul 9, 2009
Location
Gainesville FL
For what this is I honestly think it's really well done. I especially like the on-screen text, it's very Mass Effect. Keep us posted!
 

worldmaker

Producer/Screenwriter
Joined
Feb 5, 2009
Location
England
...most networks I talked to, they said they'd accept even a 1 page treatment. They are very open to any documents that are provided to them.

Then focus on polishing the one-page to perfection. Most producers have enough imagination to fill in the visuals for themselves and you'll be able to concentrate on getting your core message over, especially if you want to write for your own show and not just pitch a concept.

Also, you sound well-connected in may experience most large production companies and networks won't look at a project except through an agent. Keep up the work!

:)
 

Camthaleon

Cadet
Joined
Jul 6, 2009
Location
Toronto, Canada
Thanks! I had my treatment checked by a professional writer that knows what should be there. So it turned out to be a small package of 4 pages, from concept to characters everything is there with an emphasis of what I can personally deliver through the show.
 
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