The completely disjointed ramblings of a girl who loves period drama; adaptations of nineteenth-century novels in general and Jane Austen in particular.
Hahahahhaa. Good job! =) Have you ever tried making trailers? If you read my blog for long enough you'll find out that I am a trailer fan. :P If you haven't, you should. =DThere are hardly any good trailers for P&P, so once I wrote a little 'screenplay' for one myself...but, I had no way of making it. :-/
Thanks, Melody!I love trailers too-- I did in fact make one for P&P 95, but it's not very good. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ugBWBJkeqFc I have ideas for another one, though. You should post your screenplay on your blog-- I'd like to see it!Right now I'm working on some music videos about various P&P characters. I'd like to find some music that would fit Caroline Bingley. :P
OOhh! Have you made any others?? It's a lot better than other's I've tried to watch! :-) I like how you used the 'in Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice' at the end...I believe I had thought of doing that myself.Well, I don't know about posting it on my blog for anybody to see. haha
I'm currently working on one, hopefully it should be finished in time for my Pride and Prejudice review. Any ideas would be MOST welcome!
Excessively diverting Miss Dashwood - excellent job!One question, though, how do you get the sound track? My sister and I are looking at making a P&P/other sound-track video but don't know how exactly to get the music for it.Thanks again!
Wow - love it! So good!How do you get the sound-track? Looking at making one myself!
Miss Woodhouse,(Thanks for following my blog and commenting, by the way!)I used Windows Movie Maker to make my videos, and the sample music on that program for this particular video. I think it's called "Highway Blues" but I'm not positive.
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