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    Quote Originally Posted by kicap View Post
    What sort of lenses (anamorphic) that you used for this filming (or going to use for finishing it)?
    I've been using Kowa Bell & Howell 2x with vintage Nikon lenses, mostly single coats. I absolutely love the look.
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    this is the stuff. I'll donate purely for showing us what the BMC camera can really do! like I said the story also looks interesting in it's simpleness. the helicopter looks great.
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    Some shots are too much distorted, many have strange vignettes. BUT I love the pictures and grading. Nice work
    It actually looks like film!
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    What anamorphic adapter are you using?
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    Quote Originally Posted by pringleman View Post
    this is the stuff. I'll donate purely for showing us what the BMC camera can really do! like I said the story also looks interesting in it's simpleness. the helicopter looks great.
    Ah all seems simple yes, but mystery will be presented throughout the film.
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    Quote Originally Posted by deezid View Post
    Some shots are too much distorted, many have strange vignettes. BUT I love the pictures and grading. Nice work
    It actually looks like film!
    Yes, you're completely correct, and I love it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorge De Silva View Post
    Really Cool! I will do my donation too! Congrats!
    Thank you Jorge! What's your thoughts on the second trailer now?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Adler View Post
    Looks great. Keeping an eye on this.
    Wonderful!
    I've been updating the thread, some more glimpses.
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    Wow and there I was thinking it was the best anamorphic lenses around from the BTS pic. The bmc is seriously and amazing camera... So can I ask how many days shooting this was from your team in the end?
    Also how long did it take you to write the script?
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    Quote Originally Posted by pringleman View Post
    Wow and there I was thinking it was the best anamorphic lenses around from the BTS pic. The bmc is seriously and amazing camera... So can I ask how many days shooting this was from your team in the end?
    Also how long did it take you to write the script?
    YES, the camera is amazing! Though, far from perfect. Has so many issues, but what camera doesn't? Without this camera, the film wouldn't be possible! As much as I wanted to shoot 35mm, I wouldn't be able to financially, especially the way we shoot (with steal shots almost every moment).

    I took a few months writing the script. It has many revisions, I spent almost everyday on it. There after I left it alone until we were a week away from shooting. I did most of my trail and errors then. I love the madness of writing when you have a week left until shooting, a lot comes out. Very unconventional but, works for me.

    I had the actors literally in character day and night, I fed them their characters insights and biography. The acting was completely utterly REAL. I formed this idea to put the actors in situations where they didn't know they would be approach by another actor or 'Waking up to a army of folks with guns- when the actor sleeping expected someone innocent'. All the reactions were real, and that I love. I dislike caring for a character on screen who isn't REALLY going through what they say their going through.

    And, I gave them no script. I wanted them to live by moment. So, we've shot for about 4 months straight.

    Because this is a non-linear story, we shot the entire 'Future' part, so that when we focus on the past, we can cut their hair and change all aesthetic features.
    Now- we have to start shooting the past scenes, that's what Kickstarter is for.

    The script in my opinion is more of a guideline, so many variables come into the mix when you have the actors not acting, it's beautiful, and real. It's like church for me.
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