One of the most intimidating aspects of working with film today is accessibility and availability of resources for processing. With professional labs becoming rarer and rarer in most parts of the world, except for major urban centers, one of the remaining options for the photographer pining to shoot film is to develop one’s own. The good news is, however, that developing film at home is incredibly easy, requires few tools and little space, and gives you superior results and control over what many labs could ever offer.
My screenplay for Man-child (the project I'm currently trying to get funded with your help!) is one of twenty scripts that will be participating in IFP's Emerging Narrative program a month from now. Put simply, Emerging Narrative is a program for screenwriters looking for a producer -- a situation that many screenwriters and writer/directors find themselves in. Whether you're participating in a program like Emerging Narrative or not, one way of helping producers better understand your project is to bring additional materials to the table besides your script. These materials might include a
Traditionally tungsten lighting has been problematic for me, with high temperatures making them hard to modify and still producing less than stellar results. But my opinion has changed since I started using the Chimera Triolet. The Triolet is a small lighting fixture that can handle light sources, including tungsten bulbs, up to 1,000 watts.
There is no such thing as the perfect camera. Though a select few are popular among indie makers, like the ARRI Alexa and the Canon C300, cameras are chosen based on the unique needs (and budgets) of individual projects. We caught up with a handful of SXSW filmmakers and asked them about the cameras they chose to shoot their festival films. (Click on the titles of each film to check out our full SXSW interviews with their directors.)
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