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Wednesday, May 31st, 2006
12:21 pm
[starphoenix93]
Well, how many people are working on a Moonchild script?
Hi,

I'm a screenwriter and OTO Brother from Chicago. I've been working on adapting Moonchild for some time now. I'm curious...how many people are working on Moonchild scripts?

I'm sure that the OTO owns the rights (Although I haven't asked yet, but plan to do so soon). That leads me to believe that whoever succeeds in getting Moonchild to the screen will be an OTO initiate.

Lon Milo Duquette wrote a script called "Aleister Crowley - Revolt of the Magicians" but that seems to be on hold for the moment.

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Star Phoenix
Tuesday, February 22nd, 2005
6:49 pm
[black_hat]
Has anybody seen this?
There seems to be some great films
here
But I haven't ordered any yet. Has anybody seen any of these?
Tuesday, February 8th, 2005
12:30 pm
[count_velcro]
hey, my name's Jim and i hail from a magickal land called DETROIT. while not affiliated with any above ground new aeon order, i've been involved with underground kaos/thelemic groups since i was a young'un,and might even have learned a thing or two about a thing or two.i'm kind of a polymath,having dipped my hands in stage acting,painting,acting,writing,sequential art,and music.right now i'm working on a graphic novel series that's kind of a hypertextual spiritual autobiography written in a style i like to call "Scrubala".if there's eight and ninety rules of art,one of 'em's gotta be "steal everything".
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Jimmy Dread
Monday, February 7th, 2005
1:18 pm
[igniprimum]
Welcome new members!
And thanks for posting your intros to those of you who have! Getting Crowleys' work on the screen has been a desire of mine for quite some time, and knowing that there are others with relevant talents who share the same desire is very exciting for me!

I would also like to take this time to direct you to our sister groups on myspace.com, tribe.net, and the yahoo! group. The myspace and tribe.net groups will receive the same notices, but have different members, so the content of the posts will probably be quite different. The yahoo group is meant primarily to be used as a files section, and membership will be moderated, in order to protect any works in progress that may be kept there from theft.

I will be posting my own script for the Gnostic Mass soon, and will be posting Moonchild, chapter by chapter, to the files section of the yahoo group.

Once again, thank you! This is very exciting.
7:56 am
[lady_saffir]
Introduction
93, I am a filmmaker (Producer, Actress and aspiring Director). I am very much interested in doing projects of this sort. I am an OTO initiate and would love to be a part of this group. Feel free to check out the website for my production company for any further information on me and/or drop me a line.

Brickyard Hill Films
Sunday, February 6th, 2005
8:17 pm
[igniprimum]
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
-Sound engineers
-Lighting technicians
-Directors
-Actors

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.
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