The first rule about knit club…


Knit Club (direct link), a student movie from Western Washington University, wherein each residence hall floor was given less than a week to produce a five-minute movie.

Note: Not be confused with Pillow Fight Club (photos from the one-hour fight). Unfortunately, the original Pillow Fight Club page is gone, but the first rule of Pillow Fight Club was "Tell everyone about Pillow Fight Club".

Comments (7)
  1. Lance Fisher says:

    That’s so great! I love all the knitting stuff you post. Where do you find it all? I always leave comments on my friend’s blog "<a href="http://knitload.blogspot.com">knit ‘n play</a>" (where she never writes about knitting) with links to your knitting knews.

  2. Lance Fisher says:

    Let me fix that link: http://knitload.blogspot.com

  3. The first rule of movie making is "make sure your film has a catch phrase that will be endlessly copied and mimiced." <grin>

  4. Norman Diamond says:

    You’re all wrong. The first rule about knit club is:

    Pick a good one.

  5. Brian says:

    no, that’s the first rule of nit club

  6. Not just catching phrase that will be endlessly copied and mimiced that a film needs be sure that it can relate and touch the audience.

  7. I work for the group on campus that did a lot of the technical work for iMovieFest. Knit Club was one of our favorites, it’s too bad it didn’t do better in the competition.

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