There's a whole lot to say about this project, but there's very few things of substance to really say.
Last summer, I, along with a couple friends, decided that we should make some big movie. We spent months planning and writing, and recruiting. This was originally going to be a big collaboration between 8-10 people at our school. We had to teach students how to use Flash, first. In a class of about thirty people, only about five were interested in helping us with the big project. Of those five, only two of them persued it. And those two were screwed over by various other teachers (we were as well, but we were "upperclassmen" so durp), which eventually led back to just the three of us.
Basically a LOOOOOOOOOT of time was wasted, and at least 70% of it wasn't our fault. We wrote up a script, and we recorded enough dialogue for about 25 minutes of video (much larger cast than we'd had before), but we had to rush this out in the last weekend because HA HA art schools.
Quick plot synopsis in case you are confused by the video: Dr. Harold Coff makes this insane discovery, and a group of baddies wants his knowledge, so they kidnap him. HAL (Harold's Automated Lackey) tells Spiff about it. Spiff is a rookie space cop, who is way too excited for his own good. Whacky happenings ensue.
I'm not at all proud of our final product here, but what went on behind the scenes was pretty radical for the most part. Maybe you'll get a laugh, or some other enjoyment out of this video. If not, thanks for reading and watching, and I apologize.