A new red-band trailer has arrived for The Hangover Part 3, in which Alan reminisces about the adventure so far, before revealing that he must leave the Wolfpack for good…
I exposed 50 feet of film today, a camera test for an upcoming shoot.
Shooting film means that every shot matters; every shot is one less frame that you can expose. This restriction makes the shooter think twice before they shoot anything.
Shooting film means you cannot immediately see your results. This restriction means that every camera setting must be considered before you pull the trigger.
I love the workflow of film. Its thoughtful nature is idiosyncratic.
[Image: My Beaulieu 5008 Super 8 camera]
“We don’t make movies to make money, we make money to make more movies.” - Walt Disney -
“Nós não fazemos filmes para fazer dinheiro, nós fazemos dinheiro para fazer mais filmes.” - Walt Disney -
Here’s my 2nd unit Arri Alexa setup this morning. I had a 24mm-290mm rigged and it didn’t half weigh a bit!
(Images created with Echograph)
Director Nathan Kaso spent ten months making this tilt shift timelapse, and it shows. A beautiful portrait of Melbourne, including fantastic shots of many special events and festivals in the city.