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  • Art House Film
Film: “BTS”
Screen Play: Noble Arsenault 
Directing: Max Songvilay
Edit: Brandon Songvilay
Cinematography: @jbsfilms
Actors: @noble
  • Art House Film Film: “BTS” Screen Play: Noble Arsenault Directing: Max Songvilay Edit: Brandon Songvilay Cinematography: @jbsfilms Actors: @noble
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  • Art House Film
Film: “BTS”
Screen Play: Noble Arsenault 
Directing: Max Songvilay
Edit: Brandon Songvilay
Cinematography: @jbsfilms
Actors: @noble
  • Art House Film Film: “BTS” Screen Play: Noble Arsenault Directing: Max Songvilay Edit: Brandon Songvilay Cinematography: @jbsfilms Actors: @noble
  • 1153 2 8 hours ago
  • We wish you a merry Christmas and 365 happy new days! ⛄️
  • We wish you a merry Christmas and 365 happy new days! ⛄️
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  • Self Portrait #26 | Late night writing break.
  • Self Portrait #26 | Late night writing break.
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  • Home🌿 #35mm
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  • Filming Pizzas. An extract from our latest edit. Anyone else hungry now? 🎥🎬
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  • Filming Pizzas. An extract from our latest edit. Anyone else hungry now? 🎥🎬 - #c300mkii
  • 9 1 2 hours ago
  • 2018 is coming to an end so fast...I am BEYOND blessed with how this year went. Before I started this journey I dreamed of being a full time Videog...
  • 2018 is coming to an end so fast...I am BEYOND blessed with how this year went. Before I started this journey I dreamed of being a full time Videographer...I remember messaging random people on Instagram who were full time Videographers and I just kept asking “how do you do it?! How did you make it happen!?” And after going on this journey myself the answer is you have to want it...work hard and be persistent and it will happen....before you know it your main job becomes your part time job, then after more time you’re doing what you LOVE as your JOB!!!❤️❤️🎥🙏
  • 13 1 2 hours ago
  • EDITING – or nine months of solitude. I thought I was prepared very well for the editing in terms of knowledge and experience. However, for the edi...
  • EDITING – or nine months of solitude. I thought I was prepared very well for the editing in terms of knowledge and experience. However, for the editing of NoOne I chose to follow the method from the book “In a Blink of an eye” by Walter Murch. I followed not only his principle about the importance when to cut in reference to the shot. He proposes to judge a cut if it follows the next characteristics Emotion (51%), Story (23%), Rhythm (10%), Eye-Trace (7%), Two-Dimensional Plane of Screen (5%), Three Dimensional Space of Action (4%). I set up a standing desk and I started to review the entire footage. We had 1 TB of 4k footage frоm the 17 days of shooting. This was the footage from both - the feature film and the footage shot for the documentary. So for the feature film we had around 700 GB of raw materiel. If one minute(60sec) 4K mp4 file was around 1 GB of memory then we had around 700 minutes or seven hours of footage. For a feature film this is quite a lot of material it is like 1:5 shooting ratio, the average standard for feature film is 1:3. As I said before I was not aware of the quality of the footage. Because of the problems with the equipment (our available laptops couldn't play 4k footage ). I was able only to review and watch the shots from the camera display. The camera displays are very tricky, some of them are showing brighter and more saturate images than the real image, this was the case with the GH4. Actually the exposure of the real footage was always 1 stop or even 2 stop down from what was seen in the display monitor. At the end of September 2014 I sat down or better said I standed up in front of my two computer displays and started reviewing the material. I remember that I started again simultaneously to read the screenplay from its beginning but I was so so captivated and interested to watch the production footage that I dropped the screenplay and since then I have never ever picked it through out the entire editing process. There is a saying that editing is the final draft of the screenplay so I wanted to experience really how powerful, how deep and how much can be done with the editing.
  • 33 1 2 hours ago
  • “The Feral girls have this sort of creepy calm before they rip your throat out and chew on it. Yeah. Kill them on sight.”
  • “The Feral girls have this sort of creepy calm before they rip your throat out and chew on it. Yeah. Kill them on sight.”
  • 10 1 2 hours ago
  • • Summertime in Ankara •
• Fuji 200 🎞 | developing by @darioscommegna •
  • • Summertime in Ankara • • Fuji 200 🎞 | developing by @darioscommegna
  • 16 1 2 hours ago
  • Day 37/100 Day 3 and page 2 of popper 11. I find one of main challenges of spiccato is trying to keep the bouncing bow strokes as even as possible....
  • Day 37/100 Day 3 and page 2 of popper 11. I find one of main challenges of spiccato is trying to keep the bouncing bow strokes as even as possible. You can hear in this exerpt that the strokes are not completely even all the time. Some passages have longer strokes and other parts shorter... This is fine as I haven't been working on this etude for very long. In my practice I will work on this aspect of my playing. It's all part of the process 😊 #patience
  • 2 1 2 hours ago
  • New vid is up! Concept of AR/VR smart glasses 👓. Check the link in the description to watch
  • New vid is up! Concept of AR/VR smart glasses 👓. Check the link in the description to watch
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  • Romeo + Juliet (1996) Directed by: Baz Luhrmann.
  • Romeo + Juliet (1996) Directed by: Baz Luhrmann.
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