Our latest project

Read this description: So I haven't posted anything in a long while, and, as well as work, one of the this was down to me and a few friends getting together and forming a YouTube channel called "MTNunlimited". It started out when we did drama at school (a subject which we no longer take) we had a tonne of ideas that we never got to use, and so we can now showcase them on the YouTube channel. Recently, our local youth theatre announced it's closure this Easter, and so we've decided to offer some kind of alternative to anyone who wanted to join in with amateur film-making. Our goal is simply to have fun. If you click onto our channel here, you'll see that we still have a long way to go before we're near the same calibre as a lot of current Internet filmmakers. This is why we have turned to the instructables community for support. We have a few ideas, but we would love to hear other people's thoughts on what we could possibly base a new video on. We'd also greatly appreciate any tips or tricks of the trade that we have not yet been enlightened on. Don’t consider this ‘spam’, as that’s very much the opposite of why I made this forum topic. I posted this to hear guidance and advice from people who have a bit more experience than us. Here's a little montage I made of what we do, in the form of a cinematic trailer, enjoy! And once again, thanks for any support offered :) - Lowney

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High School Football

This just happened at my school, I thought you guys in this group would like it: This week on the announcements, our sports director told us about the new rules for football games. None of them were too bad, except for not being allowed to take off our shirts (sports bras for girls) any more, in order to paint our chests. We were all pissed, and determined to do something about it, so this night at the game, the entire spirit section (huge) just sat their quietly and didn't cheer at all. By half-time, we were down 9-0 and the cheerleaders were pissed that we wouldn't even stand up. The principal called down the kid in charge and they talked for a bit. When he came back up, he told us that she had agreed to not wearing shirts on the homecoming game, as long as we didn't use the "Bullshit" chant. A few minutes later, someone else went down and talked to her, they convinced her to withdraw the policy starting next week, if we would start to cheer this game. In the end, it was a great success, and we won the football game, too!

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