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  1. Minimal Camera gear for independent productions Not long ago I wrapped an independent feature that was shot in Morocco with a DoP I had already worked for on two more movies. From the very first contact with the production company, it was quite clear that it was a low budget movie, therefore it was mandatory to squeeze the most out of every single euro in order to make the shooting possible according to the schedule, without the need to do extra hours and such. As usual, I advised the director of photography on the gear list, try to get everything I considered necessary and making a separat
  2. Hello all filmmakers in the South Puget Sound area. I wanted to let you know about the Olympia Film Collective. We are a group of independent filmmakers that meet once a month (on the second Sunday) to help each other out with our various projects. The website is olyfilm.com and we love to meet hard working, creative people that want to make excellent independent cinema!
  3. Hello all, I am doing cinematography for a friend's film, and I was contacted by a local camera operator who was interested in working on our set. Coming from sets with a minimal crew, I'm used to operating a camera by myself when doing cinematography, so this is going to be a first time thing for me. As I'm new to this process, I wonder -- how does the relationship between a DP and a camera op go? I understand DP's will sometimes take the camera to get the shot they want, and therefore trade off with the camera op on-set, but my question is directed more towards pre-production meetin
  4. "As Day Turns to Night" was made for my production class. The film is my analysis of the psychological effects of loss and what it can drive a person to believe. Any criticism is welcomed and very much appreciated! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ad6QHJAYgLw
  5. Hello all, While I was composing music for my short film, I came across an interesting song that I eventually covered with an acoustic guitar. I was so amazed by how great my cover sounds and fits into my film, that I would like to keep it; however, the original song is copyrighted... So my question is, could I implement my cover to the score of the film? A few things to note: -I will be submitting this film to various film festivals -I did not sing any of the original lyrics (nor any lyrics at all, for that matter), I simply strung a guitar to the same tune as the song -If this
  6. I've became really passionate with Cinema in the past 3 years, and before that I was already passionate about photography, for about 6/7 years now. And so I've decided that I'd like to experiment on this journey of filmmaking since it's something I quite enjoy doing and am currently studying. There's a lot of independet DSLR filmmakers now which is amazing. And so I've decided to buy a new camera! From my previous experience with photography, I'm more of a Canon fan since I first started with the classic Canon AE-1. I don't really have a big budget, but I'd like to invest in somethin
  7. Hi! We are looking for a Camblock operator who loves adventure and cinematography for a documentary we will be shooting in Baja (California) in a few weeks. We will be down there for a couple of weeks and its a paid gig. We're based in LA. Please contact georgina@usc.edu if interested. Best, Georgina
  8. Hello everyone! This is my first time posting to the forum. I use the site for reference all of the time, but never became a member until now. I'm hoping to gain insight as to the best way to execute the music licensing process as a 26 year old independent filmmaker. The project is funded entirely out of pocket, so as terrifying as it seems, I plan to try and tackle the endeavor on my own. I know that a copyright attorney or clearance company could greatly expedite this, but again I'm trying to keep my costs as low as possible, because I know licensing the music itself won't be cheap. Here i
  9. Link: http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/deep-sleep-short-film/x/268202 Deep Sleep is a short film about a self-loathing teen, Derek Harper, who's sick of his severe idiopathic hypersomnia (sleep addiction). He lives in a generic apartment, and works at a late-night cafe for free coffee to keep his life somewhat moving. His one and only friend Hay Tyler, helps him find the answers to his condition. You're important because you guys are the most vital part of the film. You determine whether this film will be good or bad. Your funding determines how much creative freedom we have, and how clos
  10. My goal is to be a master at visual storytelling. I'm captivated by light and shadow, by using moving images to share an idea. I'm a novice filmmaker and have a long way to go before I'm an expert at any aspect of filmmaking -- but the passion and commitment to learn are ever present. What avenues of education and experience do you believe lead to a greater understanding of visual storytelling through film? What are your most powerful memories or impressions of making a film? How have those moments shaped or guided you as a filmmaker? Thank you in advance for what you have to share. I'm ex
  11. Please check out our horror movie "Stranded". Filmed for fun on a shoe-string budget. We really want to improve our craft and make better films in the future, so we'd really appreciate your feedback, especially regarding camerawork, composition, and cinematography. If you enjoyed the film, please check our facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/glasspixelstudios Thanks!
  12. Ok, somebody needs talk to me about this. An open source 4k cinema camera. I believe they'll be releasing the plans this summer, and perhaps selling prototypes. http://axiom.apertus.org/index.php?site=alpha I've been wondering when the open source hardware movement would find its way to the camera world. I'd be amazed if this project didn't flop (the beta version they want to sell via kickstarter seems more like an interesting paperweight than a working camera), but man, I would love to beta test. Perhaps someone else will pick up where this group leaves off. So. The topic is,
  13. Here is my newest short film, ’i love you & goodbye’. Photos in motion, consisting of 4,733 pictures. A relationship between a young couple, from the first I love you to the dreadful goodbye. Let me know what you think! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pSqZZrmJcXQ&list=UUsTYaGYnM3BUWm49AEdmAjA Subscribe to my YouTube Channel !! http://www.youtube.com/erichasaids
  14. Looking for some advise - I am a producer creating a budget for a feature narrative but with ten minutes of 16mm or 35mm film and I just have no where to start in creating this category. In addition, I need some solid advice on who to go to in Chicago or surrounding areas who is talented with editing. Help? Thank You!
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