Tuesday, January 26, 2010

First Disc now available!

The first disc in the series is available on Lulu hopefully everyone will enjoy the first couple lessons. I hope to have the second disc ready soon. Things are taking longer than expected but we are working on streamlining the editing to get more finished by this spring.

Jon Hooper

12 comments:

  1. Just received DVD, it's really great. Roughly when could we expect the next release?

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  2. excellent dvd tutorial - when are the rest coming?

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  3. I'm planning buying this dvd's, but it seems they aren't released. What's happening?

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  5. I think this will be fantastic! My only worry is after going through the first minute or two of the intro, it sounded as though you were sitting next a racetrack. What was up with the car engines and screeching tires? Will it have background noise like that all throughout?

    This looks to be a GREAT course!!! Thanks for offering it!

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  6. Bump. Any news on the next dvd releases?

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  7. We are coming out with the workbook DVD's in a week or so which have all the handouts and animation examples. The only thing they won't have are the classroom and hands on videos.

    I will keep you posted

    hoops

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  8. 2011... I discover your site and would like to get your DVD... It is not avalaible anymore on Lulu website... how can i get it ? ... from France...

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  9. Its good to be here, very nice post, the content is amazing, keep posting friend it will be very helpful for everyone, Thanks for sharing. I really liked it.
    Thanks And Regardsmis sold ppi

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  10. hi, i will buy when all those are release becouse im from mexico and could be a litle xpensive buy one by one because the shipping. any way that you release the dvds online??

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  11. 10/17/13
    Greetings Dan Kuenster:

    The Directors Guild of America, Inc. (DGA) has received monies in the form of Foreign Levies
    which are payable to you. These Foreign Levies are the result of legislation between the
    Motion Picture Producers, Writers, Directors and the European Collection Societies which
    allocate these levies pursuant to the legislation between the countries of origin and the
    broadcasting countries. The DGA has received Foreign Levies for the title(s) you directed:


    ALL DOGS GO TO HEAVEN (1989)


    You can find your name, and the titles which have collected these Foreign Levies
    here: http://www.dga.org/ForeignLevies/NonMemberDirectors.aspx

    Please note that there are two lists on that page. The default list is for those Directors
    whose Foreign Levies have accrued to under $25. Under the subtitle, "View" you must click
    "$50 or More in Accrued Levies" before your name is visible. By clicking on your name you
    will see the title(s) which have garnered these levies from mainland Europe.

    Please contact me for the information and forms necessary to pay you.

    Sincerely,
    Travis Inman, Foreign Levies
    Directors Guild of America, Inc.
    7920 Sunset Boulevard
    Los Angeles, CA 90046
    (424) 278-7008
    FLStaff6@dga.org

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