This project was all about multimedia. The film itself of course, but
also the various forms advertising; posters, flyers, school
announcements, and press coverage :) Many
more video clips not found here are available as part of the "Behind
the Scenes" section.
The Most Dangerous Game Trailer
the planning days of the project the directors went out
to scout shooting locations. We later decided to convert the footage we took
into a small movie trailer. Though snow was still on the ground, many of
the location selections stuck. Both the stone posts seen here and the house shown later on in the trailer were used in the
The trailer has never been publicly shown. It is available
for the first time on this website. The video was shot with
a regular Hi8 camera and edited on Boris's computer.
The Most Dangerous Game Advertising
The film premiered at the UNH MUB Theatre in June 2001. We spread the
word best we could through flyers and poster advertising. Click on the
thumbnails below for the larger versions of the flyers we used (will
open in new window).
These made their way around the school and onto people's cars (sorry
guys, we had to let you know somehow). The images are all direct
still-fames from the film. The large versions are scaled to 66% original
also made three large movie posters to promote the film. These measured
22x34 inches and graced the halls of the school as well as the MUB
theatre. Today Boris is in possession of the first, Michael has the
second, and Jason, who took the high-resolution picture holds on to the
third movie poster. Click on the thumbnail at left to get a larger view
scaled at 33% original size.
Below is (a rather silly) picture of Boris and Michael next to the
poster at the MUB Theatre.
The University of New Hampshire
Theatre has a seating capacity of 200 people. We were very excited
to see 70 of our friends and relatives the first night and 120 the second. Jason snapped several pictures before the
show. Click on the thumbnails for larger versions.
The film won an honorable mention at the
New England High School Video Competition. (white image at upper
right) Kudos go to Mike for pulling out our submission at 5 in the
morning after having Adobe Premiere corrupt our project file. (not fun)
We had a rather ingenious method of exporting to tape right from the
project (simulating black bars, etc).
To the right is a screenshot from the advertisement which was run on our
town public access television station where Boris and Michael
volunteered. The ad lists a June 1st showing, which interestingly enough
didn't exist. (whoops)