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 Posted: Fri Dec 16th, 2011 15:55

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I have been thinking for a long time about writing a book or a filmscript from the MP viewpoint, but I am still biding my time... ;)
Finding this collection of films and books really inspired me. Sombody at Stanford is doing a good job, I think. :)
http://cmgm.stanford.edu/micro/Schneider-lab/Freshman%20Seminar.html

We have to share our experiences of MP to the world, somehow.
I am not strong enough to pull it off myself but the thought struck me
that we could do a collective writing of a script story with the help of internet.
It is a wild idea but fun to try, I think.:P

We would need a team of different personalities and skills to make it happen. It is possible. What do you think? :cool:

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 Posted: Fri Dec 16th, 2011 16:10

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I too have thought what a great movie this would all make ...:cool:  Lee



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 Posted: Fri Dec 16th, 2011 16:14

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Good Lee! Now we are two! :D



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 Posted: Fri Dec 16th, 2011 18:05

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I am sure many more of us have a story to tell intertwined with th1 and the MP!  I am still "brain fogged" and cannot do much "brainstorming" ....:D    Lee



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 Posted: Fri Dec 16th, 2011 18:24

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I have quite a few stories that I have been saving.

So how do we do this?



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 Posted: Sat Dec 17th, 2011 08:11

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Good question. I do not know, so we have to invent the process...:P

I have been thinking big, like if it gets to be a profit, we should donate most of it to the ARF, and just a small part to those that have taken part in it. :)
And we should get an external forum for this, and then have a page were we all could contribute to the writing, edit and make suggestions.

A film script to a documentary would be one thing we can do.
We can have some contributers do it by audio, and make a radioprogram documentary as well.

The main goal in the project should be writing a story, chapter by chapter and doing that, we could let it live its own life by letting every next person write his own chapter. :) This story could then be the base for a script to a real movie. So that part should be pure brainstorming and creativity.

Any more ideas? :)



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 Posted: Sat Dec 17th, 2011 17:24

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Very good idea, Lottis. ;)
The life write the most amazing scenario.



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Check out this website

http://www.scriptbuddy.com

The basic program is free and upgrades are available for a subscription fee.  This program lets you write your screenplay online.

You can also read other peoples screenplays. 

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 Posted: Sun Dec 18th, 2011 09:47

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Great program! :) I will check it out.
We need some dataskills persons also. And and a group whos main skill is perserverens. ;) Not just writers I mean. :)
Now we are five. I already feel we can make wonders.:D



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 Posted: Sun Dec 18th, 2011 10:05

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Can you help me collec threads or posts at the forum where we can get som inspiration to the plot of our fictional movie?

Here is one thread short enough to read, for instance;
http://marshallprotocol.com/view_topic.php?id=14364&forum_id=11&jump_to=224032#p224032

Dr. Marshalls post about that there is no conspiracy is good, and Milans post gives some ideas to.
The link Pillyguy gives us about borrelia is also something that can spinn off thoughts. Borrelia is something everybody can connect to and could be the main character bacteria in the plot, maybe. :)

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 Posted: Sun Dec 18th, 2011 10:27

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So I have opened an account at scriptbuddy now.
http://www.scriptbuddy.com/account/screenplays/

Anybody who wants to log in and contribute can send a PM to me and I will give you the login information. :)



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I think it is a great idea, but I can't think yet.;)



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 Posted: Sun Dec 18th, 2011 19:30

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easy to make it a conspiracy /doomsday genre. Avoid the end of humanity. Military love making compound weapons add a to b you get nerve gas that sort of thing. what if there was a amore deadly way of a simulation of plauge?

what was that study where the volunteers nearly died from severe herx? Use that compound as a gas by the secret government give it a more lethal zip (embellish the symptoms) people will think its plague.

use microwave towers to rife & initiate mass herx responses flooding the hospitals & drs offices.unknown to the public several drs are actually death agents and cause greater panic as many of their patients die off.

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:D Haha, great! I will give you the login, so you can put it down in the script. :)Feel free to change, edit and add anything in it, even the characters need more substance. :)



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 Posted: Sun Dec 18th, 2011 19:45

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people on the mp are the strongest survivors and help rebuild
the population the ratio of women to men would be a factor.
Men would be selected for there sexual prowess... no wait thats dr stranglove



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 Posted: Tue Dec 20th, 2011 13:48

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Trouble is, there is already enough fiction floating around about the MP already. Sometimes I get frustrated.

I think writing the MP as fact, straight up, is enough to "seem" like fiction to most of the world right now.

Better to write the existing medical perspective as the fantasy, myth part? (wink)



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I wish you all a very Merry Christmas!

And here is my christmas gift for you: I started a forum for the project! :D
http://lottis.freeforums.org/index.php



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i agree sorry for the sarc- asum.



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Not even noticed, I like your sense of humor. :D
You also have some ideas of plots, and that is very good.
It made me spinn off a little. We should start them (the stories) off on their journey at the forum. :)

And Janet, you are right, there are many weired stories about the MP going around, we should have that in mind too.

I will be back.
:)

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Why reality is a better storytelling tool than fiction and how film can be a conduit of democracy.

Pioneering Scottish filmmaker John Grierson (1898-1972) is often considered the father of documentary film and credited with coining the very term “documentary” in his review of Robert Flaherty’s film Moana in the February 8, 1926, issue of the New York Sun. His 1932 essay “First Principles of Documentary” argued that cinema’s capacity for observing life could be a new art form, wherein the materials “taken from the raw” can be more real than acted fiction and the “original” actor and “original” scene are better lens for interpreting the modern world than their fiction counterparts. Above all, Grierson believed in the social responsibility of the filmmaker and the potential of film in helping society achieve its democratic ideals.

http://www.nfb.ca/film/grierson/

Grierson is a 1973 documentary about the father of documentary by Canadian filmmaker Roger Blais, now free online in its entirety courtesy of the National Film Board of Canada. Through archival footage, interviews with people who knew him, and footage of Grierson himself, Blais paints a lively and fascinating portrait of a man who was concerned not only with documentary film as an art form but also as a powerful tool of democracy. (Cue in The Power of Photojournalism.)



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