First off, this may not belong in the telecini section of the forum. However, I'm faced with an issue that might be solved in the telecini process.
Second, I didn't want to put "O Brother Where Art Thou" in the title of my post because I want to keep my options open.
This fall I will be shooting a short film about a little boy in the middle of a drought. Unfortunately, I am limited to shooting with in 50 miles of the school I'm attending. So, I have to make the lush foliage of Savannah, Georgia look dead and brown. The first solution that comes to mind is, of course, the process used in O Brother Where Art Thou. The problem is, this is a student film with a limited budget. Plus, I don't want to settle for a process or aesthetic just because it's the first thing that comes to mind.
Can anyone suggest a movie, preferably one shot before the DI process, that I might look on which creates a Drought like atmosphere? I'm already looking at Haskell Wexler's Bound For Glory.
Just so you know, the film I'm shooting is a comedy.
I almost forgot-I will be shooting on super 16.
Edited by Rick Shepardson, 18 April 2008 - 01:48 PM.