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  1. A small selection of narrative films I've written, directed and filmed over the past few years
  2. The annual '60 Hour Film Challenge' begins from 1st – 4th of September 2017. Filmmakers from across the world are challenged to write, shoot and edit a film no longer than 5 minutes in length in just 60 hours. The challenge is free to enter and teams can register online (www.60hourfilmchallenge.com) until the 31st August. The challenge begins on Friday 1st September at 9pm (UK Time). Teams will receive an e-mail containing a title, line of dialogue and prop/action they must include in their films. Each team has to make their films over the weekend (1st-4th September) and upload their final films to our Vimeo group no later than Monday 4th 9am (UK Time). The shortlisted films will be screened and the winners announced at Colchester Film Festival on Saturday 4th November. The challenge will be judged by our expert panel, directors Olly Blackburn (Donkey Punch), Tom Geens (Couple in a Hole), The Blaine Brothers (Nina Forever) and producer Jennifer Handorf (Prevenge). Entering the challenge is a great way to get noticed, films from the challenge have gone on to feature at festivals around the world. Rob McLellan’s 2012 entry ‘Love and All That’ went onto inspire MGM’s feature film ‘Abe’, which is currently in pre-production. Winning teams will receive over £10,000 worth of prizes which have kindly been donated from: Adobe, AKM Music, Beachtek, BlueStarProducts, Boris FX, Boxx TV Ltd, Cartoni, Cinedeck, Contour Design, Daz 3D, EditShare, FilmConvert, Filmstro, FXGuide, IndieFlix, Lenspen, Logickeyboard, Loopmasters, MindShift Gear, Musicbed, Peli, PowerProduction Software, ProMediaGear, RØDE Microphones, Snapperstuff, Spiffy Gear, Stan Winston School of Character Arts, Toon Boom Animation, Vid-Atlantic and Vocas Systems. #60hrFilm Website: www.60hourfilmchallenge.com Facebook Group: www.facebook.com/groups/60hrFilm Facebook : @colchesterfilmfestival Twitter: @ColFilmFestival Instagram: @colfilmfest
  3. I would like to start a list of youtube channels that we frequent for our education. I'll go first: ARRIChannel Cammon Randle Cooper Films Dave Dugdale DigitalRev TV DP/30: The Oral History Of Hollywood Every Frame a Painting Mattias Burling MrCheesyCam Tom Antos RocketJump Film School
  4. A broken promise between Archangel Michael and Lucifer threatens the birth of Man.
  5. For sale is a gently used BlackMagic 2.5K cinema camera MFT mount. w/ accessories. Used but in good condition. It comes everything you would need to shoot any kind of situation. Selling the following: -BMCC 2.5k MFT (w/strap, box, charger, DaVinci Resolve dongle) -3 x SanDisk Extreme SSD 240 GB -2 x Switronix PowerBase 70 Battery for Blackmagic Cinema Camera -Seagate GoFlex Thunderbolt Adapter w/ Apple Thunderbolt cable -Alphatron EVF w/ SDI cable -EVF mount -2 x batteries w/ battery charger -BMCC Shoulder rig -BMCC cage w/ handle -MB-600 Matte box -X1 follow focus Looking for $4500 or best offer Email with questions and for photos.
  6. According to DxOMark the dynamic range of the Nikon D800 is a whopping 14.4 stops. I have no problem believing that it is not the same as the Alexa and that the Alexa's 14 stops are calculated differently. It is interesting though that the Canon 5D Mark III only scores a mere 11.7 in the same test, making it almost a half stop less than the 6D (currently the best performing Canon DSLR in the dynamic range category) and 0.2 stops lower than the Mark II Nikon D800: http://www.dxomark.com/Cameras/Nikon/D800 Canon 5D Mark III http://www.dxomark.com/Cameras/Canon/EOS-5D-Mark-III Does anybody else find this a bit peculiar? Especially since the 5D is the "go to" DSLR for filmmakers, heck I even own one my self.
  7. In my latest VFX video Tutorial I will show you how to create a moving photo, or put a video inside a photo! This effect has many uses - maybe a moving painting hanging on a wall? A moving picture in a book? Anyways - Hope you all enjoy and please remember to Subscribe! :) Thank you! Ruan www.twitter.com/ruanlotter
  8. In my latest VFX video Tutorial I will show you how to create a moving photo, or put a video inside a photo! This effect has many uses - maybe a moving painting hanging on a wall? A moving picture in a book? Anyways - Hope you all enjoy and please remember to Subscribe! :) Thank you! Ruan www.twitter.com/ruanlotter
  9. This is mine and my teammate's Extreme Martial Arts Demo Reel that I recently shot and edited together, featuring various styles of martial arts, weaponry work, tricking and fight choreography. It may not be everyone's cup of tea, but I thought I'd still go ahead and share it on the forum :)   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MXDsV0YAO08   (Shot on a Canon 600D with 18-55mm Kit Lens and 50mm f/1.8, and edited using Adobe Premiere Pro & After Effects).
  10. Hello Guys.. I have a 5dMK3, about 7-8 lenses ranging from the 70-200mm f2.8(Biggest) to the 85mm f1.8 (Smallest) and a Zacuto Fee-N-G, and some accessories, (No Mattebox) Some Lavs and 4 H4n's and a Rode NTG3 with a Headphone Pair and a Presonus Audiobox for Mixing which is not huge by any means and my Macbook Pro 15'4 inch laptop. I have Philip Bloom's pocket dolly by kessler, Glidecam HD4000, a Tripod, 3 Gorpo camers, no Huge Accessories, just some small stuff like a gorillapod and what not. I have a AtomOS Ninja 2, and some SSD's and currently I have three Bags holding those stuff, 2 Lowepro's Trekker 600 and a Pelican.   I want to know if there is a bag big enough to accomodate all of those Equipment? I can let out the Glidecam and Dolly since they have their own bags, and I rarely take them together to a shoot.   Any Advise Please?   Thanks//
  11. In this episode we look at the Elysium trailer, we chat about the 48 Hour Film Project and you can win an awesome camera slider! Please subscribe!   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=stSOXW_3xRw  
  12. We take a look at the South African film trailer for "Angel Of The Skies", then we review a custom picture profile called CineStyle for all you DSLR Filmmakers out there - then it's competition time -> You can WIN a Camera Slider! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QLGJr3uBKlA Thanks for watching!
  13. We have changed the format of the show slightly - it's shorter!! - And more punchier etc so please let us know what you think. This week we look at the trailer for local South African film, "Jimmy in Pienk", we review an IOS app that will help you with Shot-Listing, and we have a look at the "JOBS" Trailer. So let us know what you think of the new format - and thank you for watching!!! (We would really appreciate if you subscribe to our YouTube channel as well)   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HESI1qHStOA  
  14. sharry

    GH3 and baseplates

    Hey everybody. I just joined and this is my first post over here. So, I am Shaheryar from Lahore, Pakistan and I am a passionate filmmaker. I am planning on buying the GH3 and was a little confused over a few accessories. Mainly support accessories. Now I am buying the Benro S6 tripod which have gotten really good reviews. I am having problems with rails systems or rod supports. I saw Andrew building up his GH3 rig with Lanparte pro baseplate and rods with Lanparte Mattebox.    I am currently not looking in making a shoulder rig. All I want is to attach my follow focus and work with it.    I want to buy the Lanparte Baseplate pro with rods. I really like the price point and the reviews are amazing on it. But I have a small issue. Will I be able to change the battery while the GH3 is on the baseplate? This is important. I really would like to buy the battery grip but I have 2 issues with it. One being that it is expensive and the other that it offsets the whole camera to quite a certain degree. Not good. Looking forward to your answers and thank you for your time. 
  15. Hi, I'm up to write my thesis in the next month. It's gonna be about the "newly" appeared filmmaker society between professionals and amateurs. They are far from amateur, but also doesn't have the luxury of a professionals budget. Let's just call them independent filmmakers. I would like to find out as much as i can about this new and very exciting uprising "movement".  What effects was made by the internet, torrent, tons of tutorials, DIY, youtube, vimeo, facebook, twitter, web2.0 (etc) on the filmmaking industry/art? What tendencies can we observe in the camera/film developer market in the past few decades? (red, arri,canon, bmc, sony etc) Since my thesis has to be 60 pages, and i have to use a lot of quotes from the literature I'm looking for any kind of help such as: opinion, experience, suggested literature, or any kind of useful source. So basically anything serious.   (I'm not new in this field, I'm working as a photographer and editor since 6 years or so, and in the past 1-2 years I have my own equipment for DSLR filmmaking. And also I'm a weekly-daily followers of this kind of sites, like EOSHD ... and some others more :) )   spoken languages: hungarian, english Thanks for your help! Adorján
  16. sanveer

    Filmmaking Apps

    Has anyone tried their hand at filmmaking apps? If yes, which ones did you like, in particular, and, would recommend, to other filmmakers?   I have tried a clapboard app, once. It was pretty neat. I also, used the light app, where different colours of light are available, as well as light blinking, at varying speeds. It was great for creating horror effects, and carrying cheap, portable lighting, which was super portable (for super close up, though). I used it on an iPad. I tried Celtx, but, I don't particularly fancy script formatting apps, so, that wasn't for me. I've tried sound effects, and the teleprompter. The teleprompter was great.    I've wanted to try using some music making app (garage band, caustic etc), but, I am not too sure, about my ear for music. Also, since I've never really tried my hand at creating music (I learnt how to play the guitar and the synthesizer, as a kid), I am a little unsure.   Anyways, I sold my iPad, so, I wanna try apps for my android. Maybe on a smaller phone or phablet size device.   Any suggestions?
  17. Demo Reel     This video will mainly showcase my editing, cinematography, and grading skills.   Please share your thoughts.
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