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'Mai' 35mm Short Film


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#1 Shubham Kasera

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Posted 22 February 2009 - 07:51 AM

Hello
I am about to start shooting 'mai' from tomorrow onwards
I would like to thank a few members first without whom my answers would have been left unattended and unresolved
james Compton
Gus Sacks
David Rakoczy
Brad Grimmett
Chris Millar
Chris Burke
Pawel Saladziak
Adrian Sierkowski
and a few more (im sorry if I have left anyone else's name)

the final decisions i took about the scene looking grainy is that i chose to shoot on 5279 (500T) stock. I am planning to shoot it normally keeping the correct exposure)

for the non grainy sequences, I chose to shoot on Vision 3 500T stock with 250D 5205, which I plan to pull process it by 1/2 stop

thank you all

I will keep posting about the production process as and when I get time
the shoot will commence on the 23rd, thats tomorrow and will go on till the 28th of this month

cheers

shubham
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#2 Shubham Kasera

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Posted 16 March 2009 - 01:56 AM

hello
finally the film shoot got over sometime back
we shot using ARRI CAM ST with Hawk lenses and Angulex zoom lens
we used 5279 for the scenes which depicted the past and 5205 as well as 5219 for present
shooting went on for 5 days, finished 14 cans
mostly HMI's were used, 2.5k's as well as 4k for the scenes shot in the house as well in the hospital room sequences
inside the hospital room we also used Kino's and daylight tubes to give it a bluish green feel to it
the hospital lobby was lit using fluro lights placed on the ceiling with a half blue correction for it t give a bluish ambience
fill was provided with day light tubes and key was provided with two 4-banks

overall the shoot went well as we had planned it out to be
telecine just came in, im waiting to grab a few screen shots

cheers
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