The Eternal: Guardian of Light
Stroud Arts Film was the main producer of our shoot sunday at the Red Brick Bar in Norman on the Movie http://www.imdb.com/title/tt4844124/ In Association with Higher Destiny Productions, Star Swamp Media, Fickle Films, Midnight Visions Film Works, Okie Style L.L.C Productions, Sub Machine Productions, Imagination Art Studios, Bridge Falls Entertainment, John Mark Dorman, Yvonne Domstead Dorman, Under The Counter Productions, Lance Barrios , Alfayed Media Productions and Infinite Offspring Films with a big thanks to The Red Brick Bar in Norman.
What a Concert we had yesterday in Mikkelin Mikaeli! Thank you all! Special thanks to: St. Michel Strings, Nikke Isomöttönen, Krzystof Dobosiewicz, Tiko Lasola, Miia Haaja, Mikko Toivonen/Discoteam, Rami Rusinen, Renne Korppila, Jari Voutilainen, Tommi Kirvesniemi, Riikka Silkala, Little Big Woman, Kari Hänninen and Original Sokos Hotel Vaakuna Mikkeli.
This week's #SpotlightSunday we look back on the good old days. When making a movie set in the past you need experts who can make the film look period accurate and believable. Having the right locations and props is incredibly important. Meet Mea Misukka, a multi-talented set decorator, prop maker and location assistant. She is responsible for some wonderful props and set ideas, and without her we wouldn't have found this fantastic Nokia location for this cemetary scene. Mea does also modelling. Check out her set decorator portfolio and modelling page: - Portfolio. http://iiriva.blogspot.fi/2013/02/portfolio.html?m=1 - Modeling. https://facebook.com/IirivaModel Photo: Aleksi Nuutinen. Thanks: Antti Kankaanpää. ____ #backwoodmadness #korpihulluus #nokia #location #kuvaukset #meamisukka #model #lavastaja #cemetary #horrormovie #kauhu #leffa #madnessiscoming
We've now have over 20 terabytes of 4k super 35mm sensor film footage from our movie after shooting for about a year and a half using a Blackmagic Cinema Camera. We've got lots more to shoot so we just got a seven port USB 3.0 hub along with a few power strips so that all these hard drives can be stored and accessed as one ergonomic unit. Since were filming with a 4k super 35mm sensor, every 10 seconds of footage is about 1 gigabyte. since there are 1000 gigabytes in a terabyte...we have over 20,000 gigabytes of footage from around the world. using math we can divide 20,000gb / 1gb per 10 seconds and we get 20,000gb/(6gb per minute) since there are 60 seconds in a minute. So 20,000/6 is about 3,333.333 minutes of footage or about 55.55 hours of footage so far!! We'll be finished filming later this year. so who knows how many more terabytes will be added! Remember it's always better to have more than enough footage and angle/take options than too little.