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  1. I’m looking for a set designer and editor for my short film. I’m shooting a horror short film. I reside in Massachusetts. I’m looking for a video editor and set designer.
  2. Hey everybody! As newcomer to the film, I released my first short film "The Whistle" two years ago. The short film hits the 500k clicks relatively quickly. I invested another year to write a story and create a second part. At the end of 2018, I shot the second part of the "The Whistle" series. Even this already counts 700k clicks on Youtube and became thus a worthy successor. In January, my latest low-budget project has started: "THE WHISTLE 3 | MARIA". It was a big challenge for me and my friends. A lot of time flowed into the post-processing because I wanted to create a completely new world
  3. How is this look basically achieved and how can it be reproduced with low budget modern lights today? Probably a simple question there. Did the cinematographer basically use lights with blue gels placed outside windows for the cooler look and use basic tungsten lights for the warm look? Thanks in advance!
  4. Hi! I am currently doing preproduction for a music video. It’s a horror themed music video set to reggae music. Half of the music video takes place at night. There’s a campsite scene with a bonfire and the rest of the night scenes are at the woods where the band members are exploring a creepy dark forest and eventually chased by a monster. I would like to ask for suggestions on how to light certain scenes and shots :) I did a lot of research on lighting ideas for bonfire set ups and moonlight set ups and there are various ways to do them but I’m not sure which style can work with the limited
  5. (Reposting this with new working links of my references and photos of location cos I couldn't edit the first topic. Sorry!) Hi! I am currently doing preproduction for a music video. It’s a horror themed music video set to reggae music. Half of the music video takes place at night. There’s a campsite scene with a bonfire and the rest of the night scenes are at the woods where the band members are exploring a creepy dark forest and eventually chased by a monster. I would like to ask for suggestions on how to light certain scenes and shots :) I did a lot of research on lighting ideas for
  6. Here's my latest work, released today. It's at the same time a short horror / comedy and promo for a website on Reformation aimed at young adults. Most of the film is super16, Vision3 500T and 250D. Eclair ACL, Optar Illumina lenses. Ending of the film was shot with a Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera and an Angenieux 9.5-57mm. :)
  7. I need some suggestions on how to light up this scene. (This scene will take place during nighttime) We will have some wide shots and a Over-the -shoulder shot between the receptionist (who will be sitting) and the guest. We want it to be warm and inviting. Maybe add more lamps? Blue gels to fake moonlight? Im sorry I took these during daytime. Wide Reception Area - The main area We have access to some dedo lights,LED,Arri (300,800) and KinoFlos (4 Banks) I really want to thank you in advance. :)
  8. " P I G S " Filmed in 35mm Eastman Color by Glenn Roland Director of Photography/Cinematographer New 2k DCP Restoration was Screened at Cinefamily Silent Movie Theatre on March 12, 2016. Out on Blu-Ray from Vinegar Syndrome - March 29, 2016 Director of Photography Glenn Roland is available worldwide for hire to film Motion Pictures, Television and Television Commercials. For Booking Call: (310) 475-0937 ENJOY THE HORROR! :o
  9. If you got a couple of minutes to spare, check out our new short horror film: "Death in C Minor" This is one of our first attempts at a short film horror film. Shot with the Sony A7s and the Rokinon Cine 35mm and 50mm Lenses. We weren't too satisfied with some of our lighting and camera work (among other things). We want to improve our craft, so let us know what you think -- good, bad, and ugly. Thanks, Jason R
  10. Hello everyone! I'm new to cinematography.com, to introduce myself quickly, I'm a French aspiring Filmmaker, located in south of France, if some of you would like to see what I do, you can, here : www.damienkazan.com (not here to promote anything it's just that I know usually we have to introduce ourselves on forums before posting...) I have a question about some lightning from "The Conjuring", the living room, desk, lightning, I was wondering how they lit that living room, looks like it is 90% lit by those lamps we can see on screen, does anyone know how to achieve a similar lightnin
  11. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bPgZVTFzG3I --This's the link to a short 16mm film I did back in 2005, shot on bolex. I think it turned out pretty good, despite the choppy editing and a few -out-of-focus shots. Let me know what you think :)
  12. Hey guys! I'm new here but glad I found this forum. My new to filmmaking in general but have always had a passion for film especially in the realm of horror. Just recently, I took a risk and just did my first short horror film. I recently completed a little 2 minute short for a contest with Chiller TV. I didn't win...but I got out of my comfort zone and took a risk. I LOVED IT, though I told myself I should just give up and quit. I realized after feedback from multiple people, my story for this short was very weak. Hard to follow. Putting myself out there with all my mistakes
  13. My name is Max Normandin, and I've ALWAYS wanted to become a filmmaker. The problem is, I suffer from panick attacks and a pretty severe case of social phobia. I don't get out of my house often, and I certainly don't surround myself with people. Which makes it pretty darn hard to make movies... This is the story of how I went ahead a shot a 25min short film all by myself, with no crew, using family members as actors. I don't know if this is unusual or not, but I think the quality of the final product, given the very limited ressources I had, might be uncommon.
  14. I recently put up an interview with the cinematographer of the horror film You're Next - Andrew Palermo - on my blog Deep Fried Movies. The movie - which is still in theaters - was shot on a Red One MX with Zeiss Ultra Primes back in the early months of 2011. It's not an American Cinematographer Magazine-level of technical detail, but I thinks its specific enough about the craft that some of you folks might find it worthwhile. There aren't really that many sources for DP interviews out there and I'm hoping to add many more to the blog. Check it out here.
  15. My latest Horror Comedy Short is online! Enjoy and please share if you like! Thanks for watching! Ruan (twitter: @ruanlotter)
  16. this is a video idea of a short film I am to make And would like your idea or comments [post= ]Youtube[/post] so click on captions to on the subtitles
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