Avatar Vision Proudly Presents - ABOVE DEAD LETTERS!

It's time once again for another helping of televisual goodness from my friend and yours, Josef who has been busy cutting and mixing another episode of Millennium to create yet another stunning montage video. We have to give credit to him because with each new video release comes another Youtube friend, email or subscription from a Millennium fan who wasn't aware of our campaign. Today's treat? A rather dark little montage taken from the episode, "Dead Letters."

Now I know there are people out there wanting to support the campaign but don't have Josef's talents (like myself for example) wondering of ways to help support us, well wonder no more. Get those typing fingers into gear and send an email to info@backtofrankblack.com and tell us all about yourself, your love of the show and we will get back to you with ways you can help the campaign. We are always eager to hear from fans and will reply to each and every one of you as soon as we are able.
So grab that popcorn and settle down for another instalment of Avatar Vision. Don't forget, let Josef know what you think of his efforts in our comments section.

13 Responses to "Avatar Vision Proudly Presents - ABOVE DEAD LETTERS!"

Jósef Karl said... July 28, 2009 at 5:07 AM

Thanks Mark, for another nice Avatar Vision blog.

Feedback greatly appreciated.

Cheers from Iceland!
Don't be dark!
- Jósef

Mark Hayden said... July 28, 2009 at 6:31 AM

You'll never guess who likes your video montage? James Morrison (Jim Horn) himself. I showed it to him on Twitter and this was his reply. "@back2frankblack nicely done, thank you. good song. Tom Wright is one of my fave directors". Praise doesn't come much better than that eh? Keep up the good work :)

RSWehman said... July 28, 2009 at 8:07 AM

Great video. I enjoyed the music. I think it goes well with the video. You are an exceptional talent! I appreciate you using it to advance this campaign.
This Is Who We Are!
Rhond Wehman

Spooktalkular said... July 28, 2009 at 8:30 AM

Hey Josef,

Nice job, keep'em coming! I think each one gets better and better! :)

Scott said... July 28, 2009 at 11:03 AM

I'm trying to make a video from the episode 'Jose Chung's Doomsday Defense' but for some reason some reason when I play it back there are always little extra bits after where I think I've clipped the scenes (I'm using Window's Movie Maker) is there a way to be more accurate and does any of this make sense?
Keep upbeat.

Jósef Karl said... July 28, 2009 at 11:27 AM

I have similar problems with Pinnacle Studios.

It's just when it's detecting scenes (into thumbnails), it often clips one frame before or after. So I've often had to correct the video afterward and make the shots longer to accommodate the trimming.

I hope this is clear enough.

It's just impossible to edit on a large scale with Windows Movie Maker, but if it's simple and that doesn't require much cutting then it's okay.

Cheers Scott!
Don't be dark!
- Jósef

Viivi said... July 28, 2009 at 11:29 AM

Great stuff, Josef! Can't wait to see the next ones too! I'm envious for your talent, and happy that your excellent work is a part of the campaign. Rock on!!

Jósef Karl said... July 28, 2009 at 1:51 PM

Thanks so much for all the comments and future ones as well ;)

Cheers from Iceland!
- Jósef

Vampire said... July 28, 2009 at 5:51 PM

I found this via Youtube and followed the link, hope it's ok to post this here. Me and my wife love MillenniuM, severed long before it's time and this is a F**CKING brilliant video. Morrison was BLINDING in SPACE ABOVE AND BEYOND and it's cool to see he saw this. Just been checking out the other vids and they are fantastic. Brilliant work. We LOVE the music choice. Can't wait to see what you come up with for POWERS PRINCIPALITIES, THRONES AND DOMIONS that should be a dark one. And check out my website http://www.vampires.com/ Millennium rocks as does the video man.

This is who we are!!!!!

Jósef Karl said... July 28, 2009 at 7:01 PM

Wow, thanks Vampire, please don't bite :D

Yes, Morrison was great in Space: Above and Beyond. Also good in 24, it was so sad to see him go. At least he went out with a bang!

Very cool layout and background on your site.

- Jósef

osten22 said... July 29, 2009 at 1:58 AM


I like it.

I recall the episode, it was quite engaging. So it requires a similarly engaging edit. XP

If i get an idea good enough, i could make a Millennium video, good idea to put my talents on. I listened to a music track, and saw a vision of something, i could make, something with Lance, we'll see. :)

Recently i re-uploaded a fantrailer for In The Spiders Wb ( ah i gotta envy Lance who got to film in Thailand XP )

James McLean said... July 29, 2009 at 3:10 PM

Super stuff. Loved the music. Good to hear James loved it! Keep up the quality J!

Wave_Crest said... January 3, 2010 at 2:33 PM

Enjoyed this music video very much - the clips and the music. "Dead Letters" the episode itself, was brilliant, a near excellent episode (some of the instrumental music in the scene where Jim Horn beats up the suspect was a cliche of TXF's instrumental music during part of it's later seasons, very mechanical and annoying) with classic scenes, Frank's imagery in his head, the use of lighting and locations, and the story itself which was one of Millennium's best.

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