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Hello all, I'm an aspiring film director/producer, entering UTA next year as a freshman. I constantly hear that you need to be in LA for the film business, or that everyone ends up in LA, and I wanted to know a little more about this. My question is, why? Why do you need to be in LA? I lived there when I was younger, and all that I remember was that the cheapest dirthole was still more expensive than my modest house in Austin. Also, I've had friends tell me how strict LA is on permits, whereas in Austin, I was shooting on the street w/o any permits and a police cab came up and offered to buy us lunch. So...why LA? I ask this question because Austin's film program is offering students internships at select studios in LA (such as Paramount and Lionsgate) as well as in NYC (but I believe that's more for TV). However, is this something worth looking into? To be honest, and I don't know everything about the industry so this is all coming from interviews/workshops, but the films I want to make I could make probably shoot here in Texas. I would be honored to hear what you guys think and what your experience is with this. P.S.: Money is a HUGE factor for me. Edit: added some line spacing.
Music video looking for cinematographer (as well as anyone else in camera dept.), who has experience shooting super16 and can work locally in central/south Texas. Ideally, looking for someone who owns their own equipment. Pretty tight budget, though me, label, artist are fairly committed to shooting celluloid. It's been kind of difficult finding people who are still shooting film in this part of the country, very much looking for someone I can continue to work with in the future. PM or email (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more details. Thanks. Matt
Hey cinematographers, I'd love your critique and feedback on my work! As I approach graduation, I'm hoping to fine tune my body of work and learn from every source possible to help me become the best visual storyteller I can possibly be. Here are a few links to some of my work: From Underneath Conceptual Scene: TTEOT Trailer: http://vimeo.com/39462647 First Breath After Coma: https://vimeo.com/54788602 Big Shot Bikes Spot: https://vimeo.com/47129431 Big Shot Bikes Spot 2: Birds Barbershop Spot: http://vimeo.com/29406599 Love, Emily (AFF Shorts Selection) : UT Austin Montage: Chicago Montage: http://vimeo.com/19733944 Thank you so much for your time! Best, Chris www.bourkeproductions.com