What makes for a good movie on “A Year To Think”?  Compelling subject matter is, of course, king.  A strong cinematic concept definitely helps.  A narrative arc is never frowned upon.  And a surprising emotional component is always home run.  But not everything we shot found its way out of our constantly moving post-production facility.  Our roaming camera wandered down a lot of dead end alleys out there.  Some films fell victim to too little time, or too much footage was shot to sift through, or they were just too plain boring to end up on the small screen.  Here is our tribute to a handful of potential gems that unfortunately never found their way to the front page of the blog.  But oh, what could have been!