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"Think Tank" The Movie and Final Cut Pro

With a $250.00 budget, an idea for an interesting movie, and a close friendship, 5 guys in their twenties set out to achieve the impossible and overcome the odds to make thier own feature film. The Film is "Think Tank" and is a classic example of art imitating life as the story follows 5 quirky guys from Cupertino California who dare to achieve greatness by dubbing themselves geniuses and starting a society of smart people in an effort to save their local pool hall hangout from a large business chain operator named "Lord Billiards."

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With Final Cut Pro and a Team of Mac Computers as their so called "Defacto Weapon of Choice," These guy where serious.

"The truth is we could never have pulled this off- not in our woldest dreams- if not for two crucial factors: our close friendship and our mac computers."

Brian Petersen
Writer/Director of "Think Tank"

Paying editors along the way in G5's, Cinema Displays and FCP software, instead of dollars, their script was gaining traction by grabbing the attention of producers from the hit movie "Napoleon Dynamite" and even scoring an editor who had worked on the film. These guys were showing everyone that they meant business and they could portray the characters in the film better than anyone else. Take a look at the inspiring article about the movie "Think Tank," because it is a true indicator of what you can truly achieve with dedication and FCP in your own living room!

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