I am Joshua Guerci. I make films. These things inspire me.
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The @likecinematt crew, filming a wedding in Sonoma. (at The Lodge at Sonoma Renaissance Resort & Spa)
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Need interview/b-roll of an accountant filmed on Monday morning the 5th of May. Tentatively scheduled for 10:30am-12. Footage will be for a short profile video of 60-90 seconds. You will just be doing the shooting then mail-delivering the raw footage. Will most likely be filmed on location at his office. 10-15 minute interview and then about an hour or so shooting a short set list of b-roll. About a 2 hour production in and out. Require a shooter that knows how to expose an impressive image, understands how to get decent lighting with without a light kit, can shoot DSLR or mirror less camera @60p (50p would be acceptable too), and deliver it all at a resolution of 720 or 1080. M43 cams, 7D’s, 5DIII, Sony mirror-less. Any of that sort of gear would be fine. The shallow depth of field look of a wide open aperture prime lens/DSLR is part of the style of the production —so we’re looking to get stuff shot at focal length of 50mm-80mm (full frame equivalent), shutter speed of 120, and f-stop2. If you can do a few slider shots, that would be great too. If you know what all that tech talk is about, and are good at finding creative angles, then this will be a pretty straight forward easy shoot. Here’s the budget: $300-$400.
During filming in London a ‘Jack Sparrow’ impersonator just walked onto the set. The guards did not think to ask for any ID as he looked so much like the character.
Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (2011)
sheisdelirium: Carrie, 1976
pickledelephant: Amanda Wyss and Wes Craven on the set of A Nightmare On Elm Street (1984)
suicideblonde: Natalie Portman filming the untitled Terrence Malick film in Austin, October 4th
gasstation: Baz Luhrmann & Leonardo DiCaprio on the set of The Great Gatsby
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