… just let him.
… just let him.
Yes, I won’t lie, I am quite proud on how the whole thing looks. We have a surprising number of backers and still going on full steam ahead.
Please share it and, well, just talk about it.
While we’re busy counting days until the Kickstarter launch for our short film it doesn’t hurt if we keep expanding our knowledge about film. Especially knowing the theme of our movie.
It will take you only twenty minutes but it will for sure – and we vouch for it! – leave you wiser and more educated.
From the first hand-painted frames (man they look stunning!) to the first digitally graded Coen brother’s film.
Feast your eyes kids!
We are now officially counting days to our Kickstarter campaign launch. In seven days we will be up and ready to fund our short film.
The Kicstarter video is ready and polished and it kind of turned into a short film for pitching a short film. Which is what our short film is all about. And that’s a lot of “short films” in two sentences. Continue reading “Commence countdown!”
We gave a lot of thought to putting creative titles to our film as well but there’s a couple of problems. First one is it’s a short film and no one wants to watch two minutes of titles in a ten minute movie and the second one is budget. You want good titles – you need a good title creator.
That said we at least made the poster in that direction.
Enjoy the video!
Trying not to lose too many words over this. Five minutes and a half of pure black & white joy. Some of the most memorable celluloid moments all in one place just for us to enjoy it.
So the GoPro Hero 5 was just introduced and it looks like it’s finally somtehing we want. Not that the previous ones weren’t on our “I-wish-I-get-it-this-Christmas” list but the fact that the camera doesn’t need any extra protective housing and the image is finally starting to look a bit high-end it might end up in our on-set box of goodies.
But let us not be the judge, check it out! (and don’t stare at those surfer’s bums too much)
If you’re working on a budget – and being a filmmaker pretty much means being on a budget – why don’t you save some money in your post-production and download daVinci Resolve. It’s completely free and, what’s best, it’s completely high-end professional tool for post-production.
There is a Studio version which is payable but trust me, for your indie short film this is more than you will ever need.
And just to help you out here’s a video with a few tips on how to use it (the video is meant to be for users who are already familiar with daVinci Resolve but so it won’t hurt if you download it first and click through it to get a grip).