New York Film Academy 11th day
Production workshop #1 (Ed Timpe)
SOOOOO EXCITED!!! But also a little nervous. Again I'm the first in our crew to shoot. And of course something went wrong. Besides about 300+ other crews and actors were running around an actor assigned to our crew not showing up and the actress who left me hanging being the other actor assigned to us. Also the cam was set on reverse and we discovered that after shooting my first scene. So I thought I would run out of time. But since i'm such a good director ;) we shot all my shots in well within the time we had and I only shot all the shot in one take. But mostly because I thought I only could use one role of film. Turned out I could have used 2 films. Hope for the next project I'll be a little more relaxed.
The afternoon we shot Thomas's scene. But he wanted to use a spot where a lot of other crews were running around and shooting their films. Was really fun to see what everybody was doing. But we also had to wait a couple of times to wait for other crews to shoot their film.
I think I'll be in a lot of home vids and photo's by the way because a lot of Universal tours passed by while we were shooting. Pretty funny :D At least the caught an active set on vid/photo because not a lot of movies are shot at the lot anymore because it's soooooo freaking expensive to rent the lot. One of the reasons Universal will be selling a big chunk of the lot and that will be used for apartments. Shame though. It's a big chunk of film history that will be demolished,….
Edit Mise-en Scene
Edit went pretty quick and although I forgot to put in the grayscale and had no idea what i could expect I was pleasantly surprised. Although I would do it a little differently after seeing it I think it'll be good enough for my first project. Here is what I did for my Mise-en Scene, the title can't give away what the movie is about though. http://www.youtube.com/user/FashionSloerie?feature=mhum#p/a/u/0/ZgB3EbGWIxo enjoy!