Watcher Point Entertainment
To Make Any Movie, Any Way, Any Time



Watcher Point Entertainment core production team:
The Collective MacAvity

Writing by Cassiel C. MacAvity.
Visual and sound design by Alastor Donaldson-MacAvity.
Costuming by Edgar Scott Smitherum.
Cinematography, direction, and editing by Temujin Felix MacAvity.
Hachiro Octavian Petard, Producer.
And because someone has to be the front man, Dee Gye of Infochambers Research

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Making any movie, any way, any time.


and also

The Collective MacAvity School Of Making Movies


Currently the Collective isn't there, but can be reached when you leave a message.



Click here for Computer animated film production, direction, editing,

Click here for scriptwriting,

Click here for assorted commentary, at large . . .
. . . very large, very small, medium, all depending on the bank balance and resulting scheduling.

Click here for assorted demo movie clips.

---Donations accepted, below.



Project Update Announcements done occasionally, sometimes Very occasionally.


Some short animated movies;

Sentry
Commute
The Story of Grandfather's Old Ram
Juniors And Heavies
The Summary
The Powerful, The Weak, And The Deluded
Landing


are due out a little bit after we dig through a good deal of additional documentation in our occasional and intermittent bits of unscheduled time, and don't run into too many or any computerized and additional scheduling variations on Murphy's Law.



Screenplay samples

Every Little Hurricane
by Sherman Alexie, from his book The Lone Ranger And Tonto Fistfight In Heaven.
A first draft screenplay adaptation by Cassiel C. MacAvity.

The Killing Joke
by Alan Moore, Brian Bolland, and John Higgins.
A first draft screenplay adaptation by Cassiel C. MacAvity.

Golf in the Kingdom: The First Game
by Michael Murphy.
A first draft screenplay adaptation by Cassiel C. MacAvity

Protector: Phssthpok, Interlude, and Introducing Vandervecken
by Larry Niven.
A first draft screenplay adaptation by Cassiel C. MacAvity

Starship Troopers: Chapter Eight
by Robert Heinlein.
A first draft screenplay adaptation by Cassiel C. MacAvity

The Hunt For Red October: The First Four Days
by Tom Clancy.
A first draft screenplay adaptation by Cassiel C. MacAvity



Essays

The Collective MacAvity School Of Making Movies

Commentary on Gods Of Egypt

"The movie version (of The Hunt For Red October) is now in preproduction while the screenwriters try . . . to figure out how to put sex scenes into the resolutely all-male story."

The Ruling Class: "But is it funny?"

Win a prize if you say the secret word in an expositional treatise of a study of noted observatory principles of central Marxist thought . . .



Encouragement accepted here:

The particular interest of Watcher Point Entertainment and the Collective MacAvity is telling many of a variety of stories and playing with imagery, and doing so with the greatest of elegance: As elsewhere, elegance in making movies is doing so to make each movie as the ultimate movie in the best, fastest, and least expensive manner and then quickly move on to the next project. Thus, particularly, the choice of computer animated filmmaking. The choice of platform is The Unreal Engine, with a 3D modeling program such as Blender for custom characters and sets. These choices permit work on projects that would be increasingly and pointlessly complex if tried with standard video, costumes, permits, makeup, rehearsals, large scale CGI, weather, insurance, Etc., Etc..

Of one project idea, we've cheerfully volunteered to make a feature film apiece for each play by William Shakespeare. Another playwright of interest is Chikamatsu Monzaemon, as well as a number of more contemporary authors. And there are a number of original projects we are contemplating as well.

Of all of these, while we appreciate the wit of Nero Wolfe and the skill of The Destroyer, we do currently lack the gold mines available to Doc Savage, or any advantages found in a time turner.

While we do have some tools, some references, and some time, with the ideal tools, references, and greater time, we expect to complete rather much more, much sooner.

What we particularly plan to get and use, when we can arrange such is;
---Details and resources for sound engineering.
---The most elegant achievements in other assorted areas as we find out what each such need turns out to be.

We thank our supporters very much for any assistance rendered.




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