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Benoît Debie - Enter The Void


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#1 bogdanovici barbu

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Posted 15 January 2011 - 05:06 PM

Does anyone know how Benoît Debie might've achieved the POV shots from this feature?!
It dosen't look like handheld work nor steadycam. Still looks very realistic and organic-movement wise.
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Posted 15 January 2011 - 05:42 PM

Does anyone know how Benoît Debie might've achieved the POV shots from this feature?!
It dosen't look like handheld work nor steadycam. Still looks very realistic and organic-movement wise.


According to American Cinematographer, all the scenes when Bruno is alive were shot 35mm with an Arricam lite - Noe does most of his own handheld operating. I would imagine it was shot handheld with a fair amount of post manipulation and reframing...
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Posted 15 January 2011 - 06:29 PM

According to American Cinematographer, all the scenes when Bruno is alive were shot 35mm with an Arricam lite - Noe does most of his own handheld operating. I would imagine it was shot handheld with a fair amount of post manipulation and reframing...


I am especially interested in the first part (15-20 minutes) in which Oscar walks around the room / lays in bed, then gets up.. all that - I can't really imagine how you can "handheld" those shots; be it heavy post. A body mount crossed my mind but seems very very complicated with a 35/16 mm camera.
I haven't been able to read the AC mag, haven't got a subscription...
Anyways, if you have any more info about the matter or if you could tell me more about how handheld work could replicate that, I would most appreciate it!

Thanks a lot, Mathew,
Cheers !
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Posted 15 January 2011 - 09:14 PM

when Bruno is alive were shot 35mm with an Arricam lite


I meant Oscar - don't know where I got Bruno from

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Posted 16 January 2011 - 02:11 PM

I meant Oscar - don't know where I got Bruno from

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Mathew, thanks a lot for the link, it was an interesting lecture at the least.
But still not getting closer to the point of this discussion. DARN !:))

I really hope I can find some solid info about this.
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