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Just a quick reminder that we will be speaking at Rule Boston this Wed at the learning Lab.  The lecture will be about Behind the Scenes films and a bit of how we use the blog and social media.

See you there!


We have been testing the Atlas 30 from Cinevate.  It has turned out to be a very cool bit of kit and has made it onto the set of most of the film work we have been doing as of late.

Here is a short “Behind the Scenes” on the rig, as well as some of the footage shot whilst on the origional job we used it on.

I have to say… This is my favorite film we have done to date.  Just too funny.

We shot it to illustrate the use of overcranking with the new Sony F3 Super 35.  The beginning of the film is done in our typical “behind the scenes” style, and then morphs into an epic drama.

(For those interested) The opening was shot using a Porta-Jip Traveler, the long lens shots on sticks, and the running shots all hand held.  This film is also a great example of Matt Duclos’ 11-16mm T2.8 PL mount lens.   All of the wide shots in the film are shot with this.  It is just plain awsome!

We also used two other lenses, the Nikkor 180mm f2.8 and the Nikkor 105mm f1.8.  All of our lenses have been modified by Duclos for use with our Sony F3.  If you are interested in his Cine-Mod, click HERE.

Thanks to Scott and Rabbit for the academy award winning performance.


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