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Kenyon Scott

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  1. I've had a Bolex D16 for the past week and I love it. It sucks because; 400 ISO max DATA beast Offloading is time consuming. I like it because; -It actually feels "old school" ie. you can't just shoot everything like with a DSLR because of the DATA cost. rehearsal and planning are necessary. -400 max ISO means you will actually need to light (which is the fun part of the job really). -Pretty pictures -CCD not CMOS (no rolling shutter). -basic and simple without a bunch of bells and whistles. -Lens options -XLR inputs -RAW not 8bit compressed H264 - Not a DSLR $3k.
  2. The odd look room is consistent throughout. I think it's used as a tool to reinforce his psychological issues. The reveal of who he is speaking to is sometimes surprising as you are lead to believe it is one character then surprised to see it's not who you expected.
  3. New show with an interesting premise and style. Look room, head room, color, etc... Episode 2 features a very Kubrik opening title sequence too. Thoughts?
  4. I recently found a pretty simple 4 page script with no dialogue that I think would be perfect for my first experiment with real film. Anyone own a cam or know of LOW budget options to make this happen in the city (camera, lenses, and processing)? I even considered taking the 16mm class at Chicago Filmmakers just to get access to equipment and processing included in class cost (under $500) but registration has passed.
  5. You need a mixer. http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/buy/Field-Mixers/ci/4962/N/4291086252
  6. Check out Ida. Great movie available on Netflix now. Then check out the ASC articles. http://www.theasc.com/asc_blog/thefilmbook/2014/05/13/lighting-scenes-ida-with-lukasz-zal/ http://www.theasc.com/asc_blog/thefilmbook/2014/05/29/4-more-scenes-from-ida/ Good stuff.
  7. Short of The Week always has good stuff. http://www.shortoftheweek.com/
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