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Friday, December 31, 2010

Happy New Year!

Happy New Year to all of you. We’ve enjoyed watching your movies throughout 2010, and we’re excited to see what’s coming in 2011. We’re proud to be a part of such a vibrant creative worldwide community, and we’re proud that we’ve been able to contribute.

One of the things we really value is that this community isn’t just about people who use Moviestorm. It includes people who are involved with making movies with a huge variety of tools, or who just focus on one aspect of movies. There are writers, musicians, artists, voice actors and modders, as well as director/producers who do everything. This community spans the world of live action, iClone, The Movies, and more. It sprawls out across hundreds of sites, each with their own focus and specialisation. Every blog, every facebook page, every tweet, every video posted to YouTube or Vimeo - they all contribute to a growing wave of people who are making movies without big budgets, without studio backing or interference. Some are doing it professionally or for work, some are doing it as a step towards a career in film or TV, and most are doing it purely for fun.

And it’s not just the filmmakers who make this community work. It’s everyone who watches these home-grown movies. Every comment, every rating, every suggestion makes a difference. When Dave and I made our first movie, about seven years ago, it was the encouraging comments from other people that spurred us to give up our day jobs and focus 100% on making Moviestorm. More than anything, we wanted other people to experience the thrill of making a movie, and the satisfaction of seeing other people’s reactions. So remember, if you see a movie you enjoy, it only takes a moment to press the Like button, and only a moment more to share it with your friends. That’s the best thanks you can give a filmmaker.

So, have a great 2011, and keep making the movies!

(1) Comments | Permalink | Posted by Matt Kelland

(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on 12/31 at 01:47 PM

And a Happy New Year to you as well, Matt.

Enjoyed your posts, enjoyed your software
and hope to continue doing so throughout 2011.



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