Too much text, bad font and little info. Hard to say too much about the images from a med-rez Windows File...
Start off with some stunning images, and let the formal (and not so interesting, but maybe important) info come as breaks inbetween important pictoral sequences.
I would maybe not have chosen that cut for the slap on the woman as the angle and her (non-)reaction sort of contradicts what we are supposed to feel/see - or maybe I'm wrong.
Looks violent! -
Just my 2c
Yeah, I did not make the trailer version. I was the cinemtagrapher for this movie and the Director sat with the editor and created the trailer on his own. I would like to put the whole movie in a quicktime version online so you can see the whole thing.
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Is it possible these days to graduate with a "thesis" such as ?Kichiro??
Do you think this was visually interesting?
Why so many credits?
Was the story of interest?
Had you thought about the strength of the story?
Personally I'd spend a lot more time on the writing side.
As I mentioned before I was the DP for this movie. I had NOTHING to do with the story. You are right the story is the single most important thing in a movie but that part was completely out of my hands.
About the credits I guess the director wanted to put as much info about names and people as possible in the trailer. I guess it was not the best idea. I had no saying about the trailer because the director created the trailer together with the editor. I wanted to get some feedback about the cinematography even though the trailer is short.
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I'm just curious if you tested the gels you chose on those flesh tones before the shoot.
There are so many shades of every color. I'm not sure the one's you chose complimented the actor's faces. Even it's not meant to compliment, theres something about the way someone like Christopher Doyle can use gels and still find some kind of balance while enhancing the story.
What were you going for or trying to accomplish? Did you acheive it in your opinion? Thanks.
Yes indeed so many shades because that particular scene is suppossed to be a house party so i tried to recreate a 'disco club' look. I must tell you I played with a lot of gels and i didnt want to get one color in particular. I wanted people to look green, red, blue, orange. That was my purpose so I wanted to have that mixture of shades or every color.
In my opinion I dont think I achieved what i wanted because as you know, when it comes to art, you can always do it in a different way. I am ok with the result and I know I need to learn so much more.
Unfortunately I could not be present for the screening of the finla 35mm print in teh lab in thailand. My director, editor and producer told me that it looks good, specially the party scene.
I had no input on the story at all as I mentioned before that was the directors work.
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