Your heart is obviously in the right place on this. I noticed to date, that no one has entered a response to the show. I suspect that there might be a good reason.
As one who has done several "memorial" style shows in the past, my own contention is that "simple is best" when dealing with such matters. I may get knocked down for this but personally, I could only watch half of the show due to the multiple variations of transition etc. Spinning, splitting, or flipping of persons who have died, does not sit well with me. Simple fade in, fade out works the very best but that is only my opinion.
As stated at the onset, your heart is in the right place and thumbs up to you for taking up the task. But...
Just my simple opinion...
I'm Canadian, eh?
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Steve - Part of the reason for me doing this is artistic expression - whether or not I am good or bad doesn't make a difference. I am 77 years old and the way human beings are acting nowadays makes me angry and frustrated and this is the only way I can respond.
This is a really nice tribute to the victims of that horrible tragedy. I think the reason that few people have responded is not knowing exactly what to say. I know my own reaction to the event has been a combination of intense sadness and anger. Good for you for putting your feelings to good use and creating this beautiful, heartfelt show and sharing it.
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