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#1 Andreas Kaufmann

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Posted 02 March 2015 - 11:44 AM

Hi there,

just finished the trailer of my short film "Seine Spur".
Would love to hear some feedback/critique.
(if you click on CC-Button you're able to see english subtitles)



About the short film:
It's 27mins long and the genre is drama/suspense.
It's a student film and I did this short film for my master thesis.
Right now I'm sending it out to festivals so I can't publish it yet.
Here some Behind the Scenes Stuff and Film Stills:
www.mediadesign-kaufmann.de/seine-spur


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#2 Allen Achterberg

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Posted 07 March 2015 - 07:29 PM

Well done. Looked incredible, I'd like to watch the whole short


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#3 Oron Cohen

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Posted 08 March 2015 - 06:58 AM

Hi there,

just finished the trailer of my short film "Seine Spur".
Would love to hear some feedback/critique.
(if you click on CC-Button you're able to see english subtitles)



About the short film:
It's 27mins long and the genre is drama/suspense.
It's a student film and I did this short film for my master thesis.
Right now I'm sending it out to festivals so I can't publish it yet.
Here some Behind the Scenes Stuff and Film Stills:
www.mediadesign-kaufmann.de/seine-spur

Looks great, would be interesting to see the all film. Could you please share lights, camera, lenses and also rigs (how did you do the arial shots)? Always interesting.  


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#4 Andreas Kaufmann

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Posted 08 March 2015 - 02:32 PM

Thanks! Appreciate it so much guys.

Lights mainly HMI (2x 575, 1x 1,2kw) - some LED's for the night exterior stuff. Also some tungsten for interior (in the cabin).

Outside we worked mainly with reflectors which worked well.

Lenses - old Nikon AIS primes.. i love those..

Camera - Blackmagic Cinema Camera with MFT and Speedbooster. For the aerials we used a pocket.

www.mediadesign-kaufmann.de/seine-spur <-- scroll down and you see the copter we used.


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#5 Oron Cohen

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Posted 09 March 2015 - 08:01 AM

Thanks for the info. It amazes me how time changed, from a pure technical point of you.  

 

A student or an Indi filmamker 10 years a ago, would never get those shots/look, as he would need a 35mm camera, a truck of lights (big ones), very expensive Helicopter to actually fly with the camera and super expensive post production DI facility.

 

New times indeed! 

 

Now it's just about telling good stories. 


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#6 Andreas Kaufmann

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Posted 11 March 2015 - 07:14 AM

I totally agree Oron! Great time to be a filmmaker isn't it..


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