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Wednesday, September 17, 2008

It’s Hump Day

posted by on September 17 at 16:20 PM

Wednesday, Sept 17th. And you know what? There’s only 18 more days to make a HUMP! film. EIGHTEEN. The clock is seriously ticking. I’m going to start posting tips, every day, to hopefully inspire you to be a HUMP! filmmaker, instead of just a HUMP! filmgoer. Sir Savage answers some FAQ in Savage Love this week, and there’s tons more information HERE.

HUMP! Tip #1
CASTING. Don’t write some elaborate script that’s going to be impossible to cast. Find actors first. Remind them that part of the HUMP! protocol is destroying the film, onstage, at the final screening of the festival. It’s NOT coming back to haunt anyone. Also remind them that they don’t necessarily have to show their face. Get creative. Think Halloween! Think masks. Um, maybe think bunny masks? Like this still from the brand new Vivid Alt flick Honey Bunny?

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Little bunny WOOT WOO. Watch the trailer HERE. NSFW (duh).

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I'm always excited for HUMP! and I really want to be involved in making a film. None of my friends seem that excited about it, though.

Posted by Patrick | September 18, 2008 2:35 AM
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Any Slog readers (cute boys mostly) interested in being in my film. It will be called Critical Mass-turbate. Boys, bikes and boners. Patrick @1 you can be in it!

Posted by Fixie Porn | September 18, 2008 7:50 AM
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I'd love to make a film, except I have no script, no actors, no camera equipment, and no knowledge of filmmaking. Other than that, I'm totally ready to go!

Posted by Greg | September 18, 2008 9:44 AM
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My HUMP submission is being edited as we speak. Any particular reason the due date was pushed back to 10-6 instead of 10-1? Not that I'm complaining mind you!

Posted by zephsright | September 18, 2008 9:48 AM
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DAMN that's a hot bod.

Posted by GK | September 18, 2008 10:16 AM
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@2 Porn and bikes? Sounds good to me!

Posted by Patrick | September 19, 2008 2:38 AM

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