I shot this short-film on the BMPCC !

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Mete Gultiken

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I shot this short-film on the BMPCC !

PostSun May 21, 2017 6:47 pm

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MY74b6AVYO4


We are a group of french teenage movielovers who decided to make a short-film.

Shot on a Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera (Prores HQ).
Lenses used : Chinon 50mm (f1.4), Tokura 35-135mm (f3.5) and Panasonic 14-42 mm (f3.5-5.6).
Graded in Davinci Resolve 12.5.
Edited in Adobe Premiere Pro.

As the director, I will answer to all the possible questions you might ask (with the best english I can :D) and I truly hope you'll have some !
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Leon Benzakein

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Re: I shot this short-film on the BMPCC !

PostSun Jun 11, 2017 1:27 am

I think it looks very good.
I found that the audio was a bit low.

Did you choose to shoot on the BMPCC or was this what was available?
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Film: Grip, Lamp Operator
Theater: Lighting Designer, Light board Operator, Stage Electrician, Stage Management
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Mete Gultiken

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Re: I shot this short-film on the BMPCC !

PostTue Jun 13, 2017 1:20 pm

Leon Benzakein wrote:I think it looks very good.
I found that the audio was a bit low.

Did you choose to shoot on the BMPCC or was this what was available?


Thank you very much !
The sound was arranged for a theatrical projection actually. We unfortunately didn't think about this detail when we uploaded on YT...

Actually we had on disposition a Canon XF100 camcorder. But this camera isn't really suited for making movies (or "cinematic" projects). That is why the BMPCC was much more appropriate for this short-film. Without the Pocket, it would have been much more difficult to get this polar/film-noir atmosphere, which allows this immersivity by giving this dramatic look.

We owe much to the BMPCC :D
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Leon Benzakein

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Re: I shot this short-film on the BMPCC !

PostTue Jun 13, 2017 7:07 pm

Good decision.
You managed to get a very pleasing look from the BMPCC.
Television: Lighting/Cameraman, O.B. Camera Operator, Grip, Lamp Operator
Film: Grip, Lamp Operator
Theater: Lighting Designer, Light board Operator, Stage Electrician, Stage Management

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