LAST MAN STANDING: An investigative team studying a dead body found in the basement of an unassuming office building are surprised to find the building empty -- except for the body. Unraveling the mystery, the detectives reveal the building's dangerous and terrifying past.
So what does the Adobe TV staff and their crazy friends do in their free time? How about making a stereoscopic 3D movie in a single weekend? Crazy, huh?
Well, that's what we did. Our team wrote, produced, shot and edited a stereoscopic 3D movie in a single weekend for the 2011 San Francisco 48 Hour Film Project!
Thank you to all of our friends who volunteered their time and talent to pull off this monumental feat! We learned lots of valuable lessons during this project and hope to share some insights in new videos over the next few weeks.
Required story elements:
- Randomly picked genre: Detective/Cop
- Character: Dan or Danielle Sagan, a debt collector
- Prop: Chalk
- Line: "Do you have any questions?"
Shot with 2 Sony EX3s on a mirror rig and edited with Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5, Adobe After Effects CS5.5 and Cineform Neo3D.
David C. Cobb
Lexie Findarle Trivundza
Unit Production Manager
Post Production/VFX Artist
1st Assistant Director
2nd Asst Director
Director of Photography
1st Assistant Camera
Brandon J. Garcia
Special Effects Makeup
Behind the Scenes