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#1 peter orland

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Posted 03 July 2006 - 06:31 PM

Hello all.

I'm preparing to shoot a short for a friend (director) for his final project at Uni. It's set mostly in a small apartment overlooking a school playground, and mostly interior night. We want to try and emulate the look of the interiors out of the film The Tenant (Sven Nykvist). Is it possible using only small chip HD cameras to get anything that will be close? Does anyone have any recommendations on what we can do to try and get close to the look of this 70's style film look?

His Uni has the sony Z1 cameras which we can use for free but we could also borrow a HVX 202 if that would help.

In the film The Tenant, would that of been a real location or a set, I bought the DVD but it has nothing behind the scenes?

Thanks.
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#2 Max Jacoby

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Posted 03 July 2006 - 06:54 PM

The appartment was a set. For the big crane shot they put a mirror on the floor so that when the camera looks down, it gives the impression of more floors.
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