Introductions, organization, and proselytizing
If ya'll would be so kind, I would appreciate it if, upon joining, you could post a small descripton of yourself, your creative background, reason for joining this group, fraternal or other affiliations, etc.
Also, in regard to the organization of this group. I would appreciate it if we kept to the following structure:
If someone has an idea for a screenplay, start a new post with the subject line being the name of the piece, and add it as a memory with the title of the work as the main keyword. Any dialogue related to that particular piece will be confined to comments within that post.
If someone has general concerns or ideas about something not specifically related to a particular piece, first try to see if your post would fit into an existing one, and if not, start a new post.
I know this is probably pretty obvious and doesn't need to be said, but i would rather have it out at the beginning and have a clean running group, then have to mention it later, after we already have problems.
Finally, I would like to encourage you to let your friends know about this group, and encourage them to join if you think they or we may benefit from it. I'm looking for basically anyone who has an interest in Crowleys' literature, as well as some kind of creative background. The more diverse a pool of members, the more technical issues we'll be able to address. So far as I can see right now, we will definitely need:
-Screenwriters or those with an interest in learning the craft
-Photographers and videographers
-Various stripes of graphic artists
-Musicians and composers
As well as people with overall vision, who can come up with ways to reconcile the logistical dilemmas that invariably come from trying to seamlessly integrate solutions for all of the above into a single production.
Once again, thanks everybody for joining, and I sincerely think that if we are willing to put in the necessary effort, the activity on this group will substantially contribute to the manifestation of some wonderful film and video.