TWINS: We want as many twins as possible to answer THESE QUESTIONS. This collaboration will need a host and some identical twins. To host the game, follow these steps:
1) Provide each twin with a stack of printer paper and a large pen/marker.
2) Sit each twin next to each other so that they’re in the same shot.
3) Sit behind the camera as the host to ask the questions provided below.
4) There are three rounds. For each question, have each twin hold up their answers at the same time in front of the camera. Please have them write their answers as largely and visibly as possible - we’d like to see them on camera. The questions in round 3 apply to both twins at the same time.
Did you know that you can download all of the music from Season 1 of HITRECORD ON TV? A full album’s worth of music is available now on iTunes, Amazon, and other popular download sites.
We’ll be featuring some of our favorite songs each week! This week, give a listen to Adieu, a macabre song about death from our episode RE: THE OTHER SIDE. It’s actually a pretty fun song. And it’s in French!
Please be aware that there will be a time commitment involved once picture is locked on this Short Film. The next stage of this production will be to divide up the frames of the Cut & assign a manageable amount of frames to particular members of the community to trace frame-by-frame.
Really catchy contribution to the “RE: Loops” collaboration, and one that anyone could sing or play along to. The lyrics are posted above, so it’s all about getting the timing right and uploading your audio stems so remixers can put them all together.
ok i rarely feature remixes of my records.. but the clash of this soft sweet melody with the silly words made me laugh and warmed me at the same time. i think this would be nice with maybe a girl voice too? ok im gona check out ur records now, there better be more songs there!
In finding this specific musical riff, I envisioned what I believe foxes are up to when they’re not scurrying away from supposedly hearty human beings.
Despite the wet darkness and the slightly unwelcome feeling of the gardens, the fox cub catches a glimpse of the feather, drifting steadily a mere few inches above his reach. But a healthy leap will be all that’s needed.
It was enough, and for a moment, the cub felt an incomparable softness, and with the softness, an equally strong desire. The feather wildly scattered itself lower, towards the mesmerised fox’s face, until landing between his eyes. He closed them and the feeling intensified, but, within seconds, vanished as the feather was once again riding the night’s gust. The fox began to sprint across the garden in search for the feather and the feeling. It was dark, but his eyes were fast and sharp, he spots the feather cutting through the dim light of a window lamp.
But the cub’s hopeful eyes were lost when rain fell fast and an early morning light chased the feather past the trees and into the day.