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[Picture: Background: 6 piece pie style colour split with orange and light blue/teal alternating. Foreground: a head-on photo of a curious looking otter wearing a beret and holding a clapper board. Top text: “Normal people take Dayquil or Nyquil” Bottom text: “I ask the lady at the pharmacy if they have Day for Nyquil”]

[Picture: Background: 6 piece pie style colour split with orange and light blue/teal alternating. Foreground: a head-on photo of a curious looking otter wearing a beret and holding a clapper board. Top text: “Accidnetally erase edits on the timeline of Final Cut Pro” Bottom text: “QUICK, CLICK APPLE Z! APPLE Z!”]

This happens when you’re not careful while editing under pressure. 

[Picture: Background: 6 piece pie style colour split with orange and light blue/teal alternating. Foreground: a head-on photo of a curious looking otter wearing a beret and holding a clapper board. Top text: “Watch Youtube Video Showcasing Awesome Musical Talent.” Bottom text: “Awful Camera Work Ruins It For You.”]

My Apologies…

Sorry I’ve absolutely fallen off the edge of the earth, but since I completed my undergrad degree (BFA) in Film Production, I’ve been caught up in quite the whirlwind!

I decided to pursue my Masters in Library and Information Studies, and have moved cities to do so. I hope that it’ll lead to many opportunities as a film librarian or media archivist, not to mention a day job that’ll support my filmmaking habit!

I’ve been so busy with the epic amounts of school work, and classes, and work, and Quidditch, that my internet-life has fallen somewhat by the wayside.

But if people keep submitting adorable and hilarious film production otters, I will keep on top of getting them posted.

Right now there are about 3 in the queue, and I’d love to see some more! 

Thanks so much for your understanding and patience with me!

Anonymous

Anonymous asked:

why sea otter?

I chose the sea otter because they act a lot like film students hopped up on energy drinks. They are also really good at not drowning, and that is a skill necessary to film production students; staying afloat despite immense pressure and stress.

Really though, it just felt like it fit. I asked some of my fellow film production students which they thought was better; I was also considering using a ferret. And then I found an otter picture that was 100% perfect for holding a clapperboard and wearing a beret!

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