Short Documentary about Sue Kreitzman - an artist aged 70 that lives in East End in London.
Victim Fashion Street follows her amazing friends who are very special to look at and admire.
First we got rolling with lovely Sue Kreitzman.

Sue Kreitzman, is acclaimed and self taught artist who lives partly in New York and partly in London. She has turned her East End London flat into a kingdom of color.
Like a Shaman, she inspires others to transform everyday life objects into forms that have power to comfort and heal, to amuse and excite, to protect and to communicate.

MORE ABOUT SUE:
cormackcarr.com/2011/02/05/sue-kreitzman-portrait-of-a-lifecrafter/

PRODUCTION:
VICTIM FASHION STREET and PAT GRIMM

CAMERA:
TOM BELL
EWA KOZANECKA

EDITING:
PAT GRIMM

ABOUT THE PROCESS:

The Documentary has been shot on Canon XH A1 - NTSC with Ewa Kozanecka - most of the interview parts using Sennheiser - radio mini mics from Live Cinema (Thanks to Jes Benstock)
then we visited Sue again and I did "cut aways" with Tom Bell on DSLR Canon5D on PAL
although I did color correction using Magic Bullet plugins from Red Giant the quality of the DSLR camera came much better and clearer - fantastic in low light in comparison with the XH A1 that had lots of noise specially when we filmed in low light - Sue's wardrobe section .
for additional shots we also did use rotary mechanism from The Light Surgeons.

The edit on FCP was long process - specially working on Mac BookPro laptop - even i boosted the RAM to 4GB - I decided to not to take anymore projects longer that 3min.

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