VERIFICATION - film about immigration

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SergeyKomarov

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VERIFICATION - film about immigration

PostSun Aug 11, 2013 9:57 pm



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Hey guys, wanted to share with you the latest thing, that I did. A short film about immigration, shot on two Blackmagic Cinema Cameras. We shot it during 5 days. Used primarily Tokina 11-16, Rokinon 24, 35, 85, Canon 50 1.2, as well as Zeiss ZE lenses. We used Extreme Cards, dumping footage via Thunderbolt to Lacie 5Big, through MacBook Pro Retina. My awesome friend/steadicam operator/DP Andre Chesini did the steadicam shots. We used 7meter crane for the opening shots.
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Re: VERIFICATION - film about immigration

PostMon Aug 12, 2013 12:11 am

looks very interesting!!!
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Will Tejeda

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Re: VERIFICATION - film about immigration

PostMon Aug 12, 2013 5:33 am

Looks very promising
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Re: VERIFICATION - film about immigration

PostMon Aug 12, 2013 6:53 am

Wow, looks very interesting and has georgous images! Good luck with it.

In the end credits of the trailer there is the name of the screenplay-writer missing by the way.
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Re: VERIFICATION - film about immigration

PostMon Aug 12, 2013 10:23 pm

gmf wrote:Wow, looks very interesting and has georgous images! Good luck with it.

In the end credits of the trailer there is the name of the screenplay-writer missing by the way.

No it's not, it's stacked with 'edited by', and is again Mr. Komarov, who seems promising!

Sergey, it seems to be a very interesting film and, having watched the samples of your directorial work on Vimeo, I have to say that I think you are a very promising director. If you haven't watched Asghar Farhadi's films, do, you'll probably like them (as far as I can get, the themes seem to be identical and your film's trailer reminded me a bit of this Iranian director).

You have a new potential fan! I'll be waiting for the full film. :)
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