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#1 Sean Simes

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Posted 22 August 2005 - 02:41 PM

Hey guys, just a quick question for a short film.

Would it make sense to shoot the entire film on DV, getting different angles and stuff, then edit it like you would the final film.
Then use that final DV cut as a shooting 'videoboard'(instead of storyboards) for 16mm final film?
It seems that this would help cut on unused film costs. I would get stand in's or friends to take the actors place... no need to pay actors twice.
Would this be practical, or a waste of time... in your opionions.

Thanks in advance.

Sean Simes
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