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Littleton Falls Settler Village

Every summer Canadian actors struggle for their first professional gig... Littleton Falls is hiring.

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Week #3 The Differentiator Littleton Falls Settler Village

Littleton Falls Settler Village is a character driven comedy, with a multi provincial cast of interpra-actors an unsupporting cast of tourists and townspeople and a bluegrass greek chorus to speak the unspoken. Each episode follows one character's perspective allowing you to share the pain that makes up a summer at Littleton.

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Nathan S. 3  posted 4 years ago

I can see that these guys have a good understanding of timing and the reversal of expectation. I like the layers in the shot, the composition and there is always story telling happening. There is experience behind these film makers. Gonna need to be able to connect with a character (Geoff Legacy) or group of characters, will be tough to stay involved if I only get the situation of the "heritage town" as my in.

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Epic Sunrise

Epic Sunrise

As dawn breaks on a new season of Littleton Falls Settler Village, One man cannot hold it any longer.
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Bluegrass Greek Chorus

Bluegrass Greek Chorus

Commenting through toe tapping rhythms and rhyming couplets this chorus keeps us up to speed, with the doings and don'tings at Littleton Falls Settler Village.
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  • Marie's Photo
    Marie R. 0  posted 4 years ago

    Thanks for your work! I love the surprises--you keep me interested and laughing all the way.

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    Melissa R. 0  posted 4 years ago

    Nice

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    Finnegan V. 0  posted 4 years ago

    reminiscent of a young sally fields - picket fencing, oh yes and that too!

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    Megan M. 0  posted 4 years ago

    Ah yes! I remember well the days of serving tea and scones in the equivalent of a burlap sack and bonnet. Interesting concept. And I secretly still wish I worked in a place like settlers village!

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    Kristen s. 0  posted 4 years ago

    Can't wait to see more!

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    Ella S. 0  posted 4 years ago

    This was one video which did not leave me walking away from the computer & half only watching it. I was intrigued the whole time - I think it's a great idea, and a I like that it takes people behind the scenes of what it's like to become a professional actor in this country!

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    Cail S. 0  posted 4 years ago

    The great Canadian experience: visiting a historical site and learning how boring life was. This video was a good demonstration of where the show would go.

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    Rob S. 0  posted 4 years ago

    This is a clever premise, good acting and a good setting combine to make this a very appealing show. The trick, as always, will be in the writing. Good luck on the race to the final 15.

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    Debra C. 0  posted 4 years ago

    I like the last one where Andrew was giving it up for the team as the asthmatic who was forced to breathe in the smoke machine. Congratulations for making it to the top 55 guys and ya to Littletonfalls.

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    Rachel T. 0  posted 4 years ago

    Well done on the challenge!!

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    Sydney C. 0  posted 4 years ago

    Good job on this week's challenge. Good luck in the remainder of the competition. You have a funny concept here and hope you make it through the next round! Cheers!

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    Ellen M. 0  posted 4 years ago

    The setting has a down-home appeal, with it's small prairie town and characters who are working as actors for tourists. Any industry that has people interacting with the public like that is probably ripe for comedic plucking! The charm, the humor, and good acting should give your idea lots of potential for a Canadian comedy, so good work, Littleton Falls.

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    Kala A. 0  posted 4 years ago

    Thank you for keeping it PG; making it funny and relatable; retaining the heart of Canadians and the project. Looking forward to watching this show on TV!

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    Kayle S. 0  posted 4 years ago

    Seems like it could be funny! It is true that most of us have worked at some shitty heritage town. A bit presumptuous that they are "coming to CBC in spring of 2015."

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    David M. 0  posted 4 years ago

    This is a show I just cant back on. Nothing negative. Some folks love this type of humor and some dont. Its a love/hate thing but I wish you the best nonetheless.

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    Jay R. 0  posted 4 years ago

    I love the combination of visual and written humour. Takes me back to the old SCTV days. But this is better! Better production value and more subtle yet well crafted jokes and gags. I suspect these folks have lived what they are talking about!

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    Seigfred P. 0  posted 4 years ago

    Amazing stuff guys and gals, all the characters fit very well for the roles, haha all so funny. I'm looking forward to seeing more of this project for sure, very unique to all the other projects. The posters are amazing too, really gives us a good glimpse of what to expect! Just wondering how far this story can go, definitely something to look forward!!

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    David N. 0  posted 4 years ago

    I like this a lot and you guys obviously are having fun and working well together and you care about your show and the subject matter. I have good wishes for you in your endeavor, fingers crossed that you make it all the way to the end!

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    Bernie M. 0  posted 4 years ago

    it is my understanding that fans will decide who moves forward and gets chosen in different voting periods but I don't know how to do that.

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    Forman H. 0  posted 4 years ago

    Ok, so I think I get it now. You could corner the Canadiana market with this one.

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    Beth O. 0  posted 4 years ago

    Nicely done. I thought you differentiated yourselves quite nicely. I would like to see more of your group done the line, I hope you continue to do well in this competition. I enjoyed how you ended your segment as if you had already been chosen as the winners of the competition.

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    Melanie T. 0  posted 4 years ago

    This show looks so Canadian and I love it! I have a lot of aspiring actor friends who have worked these kind of jobs and think the subject matter has great potential for comedy. I like the twist of following a different character every week and the blue grass greek chorus. I think your videos need a little more punch to them though to really showcase what you've got going. It feels like one of those instances where the advertisements don't do the show justice.

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    Michael W. 0  posted 4 years ago

    A little dry, but explained it well.
    Not sure I'm pumped very much to follow through.
    Sorry

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    Stacy M. 0  posted 4 years ago

    This is defiantly different! I love how canadian this show feels and i thinks its great to have people from all over canada involved. I also dig the bluegrass greek band hahaha thats my favotite part! Best of luck!!

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    Ella M. 0  posted 4 years ago

    This is a good one…but i am rooting for another team. But it seems like it could work. But I feel like I am cheating on my other team right now.

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    Dylan M. 0  posted 4 years ago

    Being from Prince Edward Island and knowing several people who work here donning the uncomfortable and far too hot attire of the Fathers of Confederation I love the concept. Also it looks like your technical skills are equally as good as your idea is. Can't wait for more

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    Marilyn C. 1  posted 4 years ago

    I'm really loving this concept. Of course it's impossible to tell without seeing all of the ideas in action, but following a different character every episode and the Bluegrass Greek Chorus really make this stand out for me from other behind-the-scene/mockumentary style ideas. (Which also means you did an excellent job on the Differentiator video, as I now know what makes it different!)

    Someone else commented that the show might have a limited audience, but I think that will all come down to characters and execution. You don't have to work in an office or city services to enjoy The Office or Parks and Rec - the same will apply here.

    Great work so far! Looking forward to seeing more, hopefully meeting some of the characters before the Comedy Coup concludes.

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    Julia C. 1  posted 4 years ago

    Being from Alberta and having a theatre degree, I love this concept! It is so relatable and true for individuals that come from this place of experience! I am also glad you are writing from what you know!
    My worry would be that the percentage of Canadians that identify with this idea enough or find it compelling enough to tune in week after week to find out what is going to happen next is questionable. I think you guys are really going to have to develop some strong characters and relational aspect to the show, so you don't run the risk of losing the percentage of your Canadian audience that does not identify with the concept. Talent is there and production value is there though! Keep up the great work!

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    Gina F. 1  posted 4 years ago

    Loved the teaser. Another strong Alberta contender.

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    Karin D. 1  posted 4 years ago

    I like you guys, looking forward to learn more about your project and Littleton Falls Settler Village. Wishing you the best of luck on moving forward

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    Elisha C. 1  posted 4 years ago

    looks like something i'll enjoy watching, more of this please!

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    Ben R. 1  posted 4 years ago

    Great to finally see a video exploring and demonstrating the series' setting and premise more directly. Hope to see more of this.

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    Andy J. 0  posted 4 years ago

    The concept is still making me love this project! A very familiar Canadian setting yet the behind the scenes is a mystery to most. Let's go top 50! Nice to see Alberta pumping out great work. Interested to see more from characters.

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    Jordan C. 0  posted 4 years ago

    Ya we are hoping to get to that now that we are in top 50! thanks so much for the feedback!-littleton falls

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    Joseph P. 0  posted 4 years ago

    Videos didn't make me howl yet but I love the concept. The narrative in the "differentiator" makes me think about sitting through presentations at Fort George here in Niagara on the Lake and for sure it has promise!

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    Andrew L. 0  posted 4 years ago

    Hey Thanks for this. That is the touchstone we want to connect with. It's that place that everyone went to in Grade four to learn about cheese making a hundred years ago. We will endeavour to bring the howl out in our next videos.
    Cheers

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    Morgan R. 0  posted 4 years ago

    Great work guys! Keep it up! You got some awesome content and I can't wait to see more! I really hope that you make it to the next round and hey maybe even all the way if you're lucky!

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    Kim P. 0  posted 4 years ago

    Cool

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    Julie C. 0  posted 4 years ago

    it has potential, need to see more

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  • Jason's Photo
    Jason W. 0  posted 4 years ago

    Is pretty good!

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    Anna H. 0  posted 4 years ago

    Cant wait to see more!
    Woohoo!

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  • Elizabeth's Photo
    Elizabeth U. 0  posted 4 years ago

    This is awesome! I want to see more :)

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    Melody Z. 0  posted 4 years ago

    My nephew worked at a place like this. This could be really funny!

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    Andrew L. 0  posted 4 years ago

    If your nephew wants to share any stories tell him to post on our Facebook page. We are collecting them and getting some great stuff.
    Cheers,
    A

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    Leah H. 0  posted 4 years ago

    loving it! keep 'em coming!!

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    Rachel D. 0  posted 4 years ago

    This is such a good setting for a comedy. So Canadian! And so much story potential for ridiculous encounters with "the public".

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    IAN N. 0  posted 4 years ago

    Well, did not find it to be funny and almost boring; however, maybe that is what you are going for with the "small town" theme? You did show that you have diversity within the cast just not how that will be imputed into the show.

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    Andrew L. 0  posted 4 years ago

    Cheers Ian. Thanks for the feedback. The cast will be quite diverse more to come.

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    Cheryl C. 0  posted 4 years ago

    Not what I was expecting at all! But I'd really like to see more. I had a crappy student summer job once. Not quite biting-an-iron-fry pan crappy. But close.

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    Jordan C. 0  posted 4 years ago

    Thanks Cheryl, I think most of us would have bitten a cast iron pan had we been holding one at the right time..

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    deanne b. 1  posted 4 years ago

    I lived that!

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    Sarah G. 1  posted 4 years ago

    We have a heritage farm near my hometown that is like this. I could see this being a humorous concept.

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    Jason S. 0  posted 4 years ago

    If this video was food, I would eat it. Hilarious stuff.

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    Raeann S. 1  posted 4 years ago

    Yay Rosebud. It's Anne of Green Gables meets Corner Gas meets one of those shows a out putting on shows! I think CBC audiences would really like to sit the whole family down after Sunday dinner to watch this one! I'd watch it.

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    Nikki U. 1  posted 4 years ago

    Woot! You go, guys. This seems really interesting. I'd love to see more behind the scenes of what people go through to do these sorts of presentations.

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    Trevor C. 1  posted 4 years ago

    I do believe we've all been there, or at least know the friend who has.

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    Donna M. 0  posted 4 years ago

    this is an interesting idea. I have often wondered how people in historical re-enactments can maintain a serious "passion" about who/what they are portraying for more than the 30 seconds we see in the National Historical Moments. The POV episodes will be very interesting indeed

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    Andrew L. 0  posted 4 years ago

    Great idea Donna. This is the question we put to ourselves and to others that I have interviewed: How do you keep the passion up? The answers are how we build our comedy.

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    tricia B. 0  posted 4 years ago

    I found the clips very entertaining, the narrative leaves too many blanks, I would have liked to hear more about the characters and more specifics of how this will be all pulled together. I look forward to seeing the future progression.

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    Jordan C. 0  posted 4 years ago

    thanks for the feedback tricia, we look forward to showing you more! throw us a vote or two and help us help you!

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    Shayne M. 0  posted 4 years ago

    Cool to see something coming out of Rosebud!

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    Taylor B. 0  posted 4 years ago

    You guys reallly captured what its like to work in these places. Good work.

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    Marilyn G. 0  posted 4 years ago

    I think this is a unique idea and it is cool having a historical approach to a new show. This video was best yet!

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    Michael K. 0  posted 4 years ago

    Ha! You have so accurately described two summers of my acting career, right down to the burlap curtain! This is funny 'cause it's true. Best of luck!

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    Andrew L. 0  posted 4 years ago

    Hey Micheal. Any stories you have from that time would be greatly treasured, feel free to throw a recollection down on our Facebook page! We are trying to collect interpretive actor 'war stories' for our next few phases.

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    Cyprus M. 0  posted 4 years ago

    Great stuff. The filming quality is stellar, good job! Great sound. Week three was more of an intro not so much about what makes you different. Would like to see more funny. The scenery is pretty and your idea reminds me of Dawson City Yukon. Historical settings and summer employment where you might even get to dress up. Good luck!

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    Dale M. 2  posted 4 years ago

    You had me at Bluegrass...

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    Keith H. 0  posted 4 years ago

    Dale, yes! I want to see Mr. Legg and those harps! CBC needs bluegrass!

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    Graham P. 0  posted 4 years ago

    Certainly intriguing and decent production quality, something I could imagine on the CBC, but I would try to amp up the laughter/comedy in future ones I think. I'll keep watching!

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    Matthew H. 1  posted 4 years ago

    Great stuff, guys! I really like the setting and the situation these actors find themselves in. I also really like the plentiful comedic opportunities that will arise from these two very different groups: actors and tourists. However, I wonder if you might not lose some of your momentum from episode to episode if you follow a different character every time. Just a thought, but keep up the good work!

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    Andrew L. 1  posted 4 years ago

    This is a great thought and something we are wrestling with in the writing. The idea is that we still see the interactions and the through lines continue but we get a close up on that one persons motivations. Hmmm still mulling......

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    Franziska L. 1  posted 4 years ago

    The biting of the pan was really funny! It totally encapsulated the feeling of utter futility in trying to teach people the ways of the past. I see endless amounts of potential!

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    Huan Y. 0  posted 4 years ago

    that's some Dedication there from.the actors :) good job and good luck

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    Steve J. 0  posted 4 years ago

    Well done and very convincing. I certainly can see this as a series with lots of room to mess around in some very funny situations.

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    Allen W. 0  posted 4 years ago

    i like your style in the videos. it reminds me of going to a national historic site and watching the re enactors do their thing. its historic and very canadian. keep up the good work bys

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    Andrew L. 0  posted 4 years ago

    Hey Allen you bear a striking resemblance to one very funny Nanny. If I am correct I really like your character work. Should we go the distance I will definitely be casting for some east coasters. Love your work.

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    Jeany S. 0  posted 4 years ago

    I love the beautiful country and the old fashioned flair. This last video was my favourite. Glenda, Geordie, and the Uncle. Good stuff, and somehow understated in a way that makes me chuckle.

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    jo m. 0  posted 4 years ago

    Great project! Third video is funny, and the first video actually made me laugh out loud!

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    Andrew L. 0  posted 4 years ago

    You are so kind. Its is our delight to create a REAL laughs out loud. Thank you.

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    Kristyna A. 1  posted 4 years ago

    I loved the thumbnail for this week! Very funny indeed. This is an interesting concept and i am very intrigued to see where this will go.

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    Jordan C. 0  posted 4 years ago

    Biting a cast iron pan gets a big thumbs up.

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    Clifford P. 0  posted 4 years ago

    Greetings from Buddy Guys in Abbotsford BC. I am a Rosebud fan... even saw Mr. Randall in the background! Good luck!

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    Micah D. 0  posted 4 years ago

    This is my first time checking you guys out. I'm impressed that you managed to get such a big cast. Good production quality. I see some potential here. Good luck!

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    Katie B. 1  posted 4 years ago

    This looks like it could be good. I am interested in learning more about the individual characters. I like the idea of focusing on one per week. Maybe we can see a small snapshot of who they are, now.

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    Deb C. 1  posted 4 years ago

    There are some great ideas here. The Bluegrass Greek Chorus is genius. Shades of Woody Allen (Mighty Aphrodite maybe??) Anyway, I wish you all the best. Hope to see you in the top 50.

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    Erin H. 2  posted 4 years ago

    This project only came on to my radar recently but I am really into it! I've always kind of wondered if the whole heritage village re-enactment thing will ever lose steam but you guys could forever immortalize the phenomenon with a TV show

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    Nathan S. 3  posted 4 years ago

    I can see that these guys have a good understanding of timing and the reversal of expectation. I like the layers in the shot, the composition and there is always story telling happening. There is experience behind these film makers. Gonna need to be able to connect with a character (Geoff Legacy) or group of characters, will be tough to stay involved if I only get the situation of the "heritage town" as my in.

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    Julia C. 1  posted 4 years ago

    i love buckwheat anything

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    Royal S. 0  posted 4 years ago

    did you go to our Facebook page and catch the recipe that was requested?

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    Sunni N. 1  posted 4 years ago

    I agree with Lane, so far your teasers feel like a bit too much navel gazing to appeal to general audiences. But I can see the potential for the concept - having worked as an interpreter at a museum I know there's a lot of comedic potential in the disconnect between what you're portraying and what's really going on around you. And I'm sure most Canadians can relate to being at a museum and feeling that uncomfortable fascination with the interpreters... Good luck!

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    Christina O. 0  posted 4 years ago

    I thought the shot of everyone on their cellphone in the background was pretty amusing. I would have liked to see more of your show though as to get a better understanding of how a series could be made from it. Maybe if you make it to the next round you can explain further what your show is really about. Good luck with the competition guys!

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    Andrew L. 0  posted 4 years ago

    Thanks Christina. This feedback is really helpful. We are starting to see some trends to the commenting and this will really help us steer the project in the next few weeks. It is great to have the critical eye to help us catch what we are missing.

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    Janis S. 1  posted 4 years ago

    I realy enjoyed this week's offering and thought it was very professionally done! Good luck when the voting begins. I love the idea for the show and look forward to seeing more.

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    Janice L. 1  posted 4 years ago

    Developing well. Enjoyed this video the most of the three.

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    andrew c. 1  posted 4 years ago

    Looks great, love the tongue-in-cheek comedy. Definitely based in real-life experience. I'm looking forward to seeing some of the characters the show will be tracking as this will be a key ingredient!

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    Marie-Christine B. 1  posted 4 years ago

    This one has potential for sure! The video was a little wordy for me, but it was definately informative. im still on the fence, as i found many more projects VERY funny, and im not sure this one is up to snuff. I fully support all comedy in Canada no matter what, cause its all about keepin going.. so keep on keepin on, guys!

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    Mark L. 3  posted 4 years ago

    I think this is the best one yet. I particularly loved the skillet bite and the awkward uncle. Girl's facial reaction was priceless. I want to hear the bluegrass chorus!

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    Andrew L. 1  posted 4 years ago

    Heh wel we will keep the audition posted. Loves me some bluegrass.

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    Lane B. 2  posted 4 years ago

    It's really good to see a lot of familiar faces utilizing Rosebud in a way that, uh, it's always been utilized, but with cameras now! It's going to be tough selling this one, not only to viewers, but also to the network, as the industry often has a prejudice against shows/films about the industry. But I do know that some fantastic talent has come out of Rosebud over the years, so hopefully the best of them are giving their all to make this premise into something memorable. However, I would really like to see some more character creations, as the first three videos really haven't given me any faces to put on the story, which takes away a great deal of the comedy. If I didn't know that this was a Rosebud production, I don't think I would have kept following the project.

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    Andrew L. 1  posted 4 years ago

    Thanks Lane. We are super lucky to have an abundance of talent that are willing AND able. And its a great note on the Industry. I think this take on the the life of working actor fills makes it a bit more accessible to a wider audience than the 'Backstage at the theatre' or the 'Off camera' in hollywood show. Its kind of 30 rock meets the local historic centre. Cheers, Thanks for the comment.

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    Bob D. 1  posted 4 years ago

    Another layer of cool quirkiness. Keep it up!

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    Maryel S. 0  posted 4 years ago

    I don't know if I'm sold on this one...

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    Andrew L. 1  posted 4 years ago

    Cheers, Maryel. Check in with us again. We'd bust our butts to give you a show worth being sold on.

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    Jaala S. 3  posted 4 years ago

    I wanna jam with those cowboys!

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    Keith H. 0  posted 4 years ago

    Jaala, me too!

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    Caroline B. 0  posted 4 years ago

    ok pretty potenticifical

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    Karl S. 1  posted 4 years ago

    Seriously love this idea!

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    linda s. 0  posted 4 years ago

    Curious as to what is planned for each of these individuals and their interaction with guests and fellow interpreters. Quite a large cast. No real humor as yet but the possibilities are there.

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    Kim P. 0  posted 4 years ago

    Cool

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    Carol H. 0  posted 4 years ago

    I can't wait to hear that buckwheat pancake monologue. “Un-supporting cast of tourists and townspeople,” “behind the burlap curtain” – love these phrases.

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    Carol H. 0  posted 4 years ago

    I can't wait to hear that buckwheat monologue!

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    Justin B. 1  posted 4 years ago

    Award winning already?

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    Andrew L. 1  posted 4 years ago

    You are what you can convince other people you are.

    - Quote from my Sociology 1000 professor.

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    mike h. 1  posted 4 years ago

    For sure. Cast and crew are winners of the 2014 'Cheerful Optimism' award. #itsupposedtobefunny

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    Spencer E. 0  posted 4 years ago

    I'm interested in the buckwheat pancake monologue... is there a recipe?

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    Jordan C. 0  posted 4 years ago

    ya you bet there is! ill post it on our Facebook page.

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    Renita J. 1  posted 4 years ago

    Actor commitment - chewing on a cast iron pan. Good work!

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    Franziska L. 0  posted 4 years ago

    well done!!

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    Maggie M. 0  posted 4 years ago

    Now I want a song from the bluegrass greek chorus!

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    Andrew L. 0  posted 4 years ago

    It'll be coming. Stay Tuned.

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    Andrew L. 3  posted 4 years ago

    Thank you to the massive cast of you who helped out. well done guys

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    cbc voter b. 0  posted 4 years ago

    these guys are pretty good

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    Brian F. 0  posted 4 years ago

    Looks and sounds great! I like the potential for long overarching plots. I wish you had included a snippet of the bluegrass chorus actually singing, what a tease!! could have been a good opportunity for "show, don't tell." Still I'm very intrigued

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    Anton G. 0  posted 4 years ago

    i dig it, looks real

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