camera: bolex h16 rx5 super 16
lenses: angenieux 15-150mm f/1.9 and ikonoskop 9mm f/1.5
filmstock: fuji 8662
processing and telecine: synchro film & video vienna
basic colorcorrection and brightness adjustments done with apple color
Science Fiction Short Film. On a deserted road a mysterious girl takes pictures of the people she meets, with unexpected results.
Cortometraje de ciencia ficción. En una carretera desierta, una misteriosa niña le toma fotos a la gente con quien se encuentra, con resultados inesperados.
Camera: Krasnogorsk K-3
Film: Kodak Vision 2 50D 16mm negative
Written and directed by: Ruben Fernandez
Production Company: Media DRU
Length: 6 minutes
Cast: Laura Agamez, Adrian Pinaud, Yanni Macridis, Juan Diego Cruz, Marisol Naar
Cinematography: Javier Dussan
Production Design: Loana Romero
Music and Sound Design: Camilo Lucena
Visual Effects: Jaime Guzman
Honors and awards
Cartagena Children´s Film Festival 2009: People´s Choice award for Best Short Film, and Jury Prize for Best Short Film.
In Vitro Visual Film Festival 2009: Nominee for best cinematography.
A young girl has a whole day of activities planned for her only day off, but then finds out she has to work.
I wrote, directed, shot, and edited (on a flatbed) this 16mm short film for my Cinematography 1 final.
My first venture into directing children and shooting 16mm with only a scripty as crew. Original score composed by Cory Weaver.
This short was shot on Kodak 7266 Black and White Reversal Film with a Bolex H16 Reflex camera.
Aaton XTR 16mm setup training
Volare was my first short. It was shoot in Brooklyn, NY, as my final project for a two month course at NYFA.
It was filmed in 16mm b&w “Kodak Plus-X Reversal” film.
For Pictures of the shooting : flickr.com/photos/jorgefried/sets/72157607524935587/
For more info and shorts: jorgefried.com