Windsor, Ontario resistance casting call.
I'm creating videos that are 9 minutes and 11 seconds long to raise awareness about official narrative lies surrounding the 9/11 event 20 years ago that was the unquestioned excuse for the perpetual global war of terror - just as the fear hysteria of COVID is the excuse that the proven liars in media, industry, banks, and government are pushing on us for their oppressive global Great Reset and reorganization of the totalitarian corporatocracy at the expense of humanity.
Much of the truth-seeking community is divided (as intended) into factions focused on debating the minutia of evidence and theories, however this video aims to unify skeptics of the world for a day to loudly exclaim in a single voice that our "leaders" are liars and we don't believe their official mono-narratives. But how?
Aluminum Foil Fedora Day
Saturday, September 11, 2021 will be Aluminum Foil Fedora Day, the 20th anniversary of the attack on humanity by a globalist cabal. Protest signs are effective to a point, but all we're asking for is that people around the world wear a tinfoil hat in solidarity on September 11, and preferably the week leading up to it.
People are free to be as silly or serious as they see fit. Personally I don't like the foolish Hershey's Kisses-shaped pointy hats that are typically presented in pop-culture. For this reason we can change the common misperception of skeptics being crazy to being classy with aluminum foil fedoras or other stylish hats of your choosing.
Obviously you may make a hat from foil but you can also wrap an existing hat - or simply decorate hats with foil elements. For example, you could focus on one or two parts of your hats: brim, bowl, or band, with as much or little foil as you like from a small accent to a grand statement, or make decorations of foil: stars, stripes, feathers, flowers, etc. Be as creative as you like. Or just show up and borrow a foil hat for the shoot.
I've explained here what I'm after, which need not be a standard requirement, as anyone in the world is free to develop their own video projects, similar or not. For those who can't make it on Saturdays or wish to get creative or fancy we can try to work something out - or you can take your own shots to share.
My goal is to shoot as many diverse people in as many diverse hats as possible on both video and still photos. From this media I'll compile the video, mixed with and/or without other content. We shall see how this project evolves.
Each shot should have as few people as possible, from hat to shoulders only. Preferably individuals but perhaps some couples or families may wish to be together.
Every shot should be looking up at the person to not only empower the individual but also make the video feel epic. We can figure out a makeshift camera dolly.
Backgrounds must be as minimal as possible. A clear sky is ideal and obvious, but clouds add complexity. Trees, overhead wires, and other distractions will not be at the river. A white or brick wall is minimal without windows, switches, or wall hangings. Behind the subject can be sheets of various colours, or even a flag that can be hung or held up by other people off-camera. Wind may or may not contribute positively to the shot.
If I had my druthers, I'd be shooting everything in the golden hours near dusk and dawn. We might be able to experiment with shade in the afternoon sun to avoid excessively harsh shadows. I will bring some bounce cards and white sheets to help reflect light from below.
No matter how good or bad you may think the initial shoot results are, post production will always magically improve the end results, within limitations of course.
Place & Time
We already meet every Saturday at 2:00pm in the park downtown Windsor by the great flag at Riverside and Oullette for the anti-lockdown resistance rally. Our shooting sessions should not detract from the rally as there are only so many folks we can shoot at any one time. The goal is to get as much recorded as possible in order to select the best of the best. Because of variable weather and variable attendance I'll list every weekend here but hopefully we'll get enough great material to work after a week or few.
Saturday, July 31
Saturday, August 7
Saturday, August 14
Saturday, August 21
Saturday, August 28
Saturday, September 4
Saturday, September 11 - Aluminum Foil Fedora Day
Obviously we're not constrained to shooting on these days in the summer afternoon weather. Hopefully some people will consider shooting during the golden hour before sunset, and/or in some other creative situations. If you want to involve me, I live beside Rheaume Park with many interesting locations nearby, including a wide open sky with beautiful sunsets (and the Peace Fountain) over the river. Maybe you have somewhere else in mind?
A first video or few can be assembled, preferably earlier in August than later, and it can be shared with the world - along with an invitation for other people to submit their own shoots or compiled videos in the same vein. Or it might be interesting to see completely different video styles that also raise awareness about the ruling class lies of 9/11 and this "new normal".
We've already set up a MediaWiki (same software as Wikipedia) to host all the media we'll shoot. We'll soon share that with a dedicated website for this project - once we settle on a strong name. Suggestions very welcome.
Our raw images and footage media will be openly online. I will share editing progress on the video(s) as things develop. People are free to change their minds and withdraw their image from being utilized if they don't like how the project evolves with no questions asked, but at some point I won't be able to be so flexibly accommodating as the work will eventually lead to a final version meant to be shared widely with the world.
Volunteer subjects to shoot wearing foiled hats.
Video and photo camera(s) and operator(s). I also have an old Sony camera to use. Next week I aim to buy a second-hand phone. To shoot slow motion would be ideal. Additional post-processing enhancements will balance out any wrinkles between shooting conditions and equipment.
A ride from Pillette/Riverside 5.1km to Oullette/Riverside and back each week would keep my energy up and sweat down. I may assemble a pile of gear for the shoot for a week or few. I might be able to borrow a car-port shade structure.
Anyone with makeup artist experience would be very welcomed. This is not to make people colorfully pretty, but to help with blemishes and shine.
A production assistant or few would be greatly appreciated to help with things, including lighting setups.
Perhaps you know of high school, college, or university students seeking production experience in Windsor. (If interested ask me about my relatable Riverside High School, St. Clair College, and Windsor University experiences.)
Milk crates and/or other strong crates for moving gear. I won't likely needing them past August. Sand bags would be great to hold down stands. We could make some hasty equivalents, find them used, or buy some new, and then give them to Currie for the speaker system she recently bought from Keith.
Stands, posts, poles, and rigs for setting up shades and bounce lighting. Various coloured sheets from sheer to opaque for shade and/or reflection - or even a Mylar sheet or a large mirror. Lighting might be necessary if you wish me to shoot indoors or at night. A fan if you want to get really dramatic. Also, I have some 4'x8' flimsy white gatorboard which could be perfect if I can get a ride for them - and if it's not too windy. I could build some frames and or cut them down to make them stronger if necessary. Of course, a ride would be appreciated.
A dolly of some kind would be nice. A skateboard, wagon, bicycle, or shopping cart might suffice. Or I might be able to build something. Obviously purpose-made gear would be better. I also know how to rig up a home-made steady cam. Even handheld efforts wouldn't be bad. I don't need long shots, just a variety of them.
I also have large red velvet and red velour curtains from a music video I directed in Oakland. I could set them up on a large frame in the park and let other people take their own photos with it too. We could make an afternoon or few of it. Again, this would require a ride for me, the curtains, and whatever stand we rig up - or we can just shoot across the street in Rheaume Park.
Of course we need a variety of hats - and aluminum foil.
If I had the means and resources to do this myself I wouldn't be asking for assistance. The end result will be the best I can make it within the limitations.
I've had experience with professional resources and gear to setting up janky rigs with odds and ends by any means necessary. It's all in the knowledge and application. Ultimately what matters most is how the final results look, regardless the path to get there.
I'll be keeping the SaidIt and Facebook communities aware of developments.
Please feel free to share this far and wide with lockdown resistance people and 9/11 truth-seekers, in Windsor and the world.
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