Synopsis: After her brother dies in the Vietnam War, a young girl searches for the meaning of life with the help of her teddy bear.
About the film: ONE SMALL STEP is the first film shot on the new Digital Bolex D16. The film was shot on the camera prototype in November/December of 2011, and premiered at the 2012 Cannes Short Film Corner. It has also played at the Montgomery International Film Festival, the Alabama Black Film Festival, and is pending play at a number of other festivals. Colored with Adobe After Effects.
Director: Elle Schneider
Producer: Joseph Rubinstein
Starring: Jordyn Lucas, Dawn Alden, Shanae Humphrey, and Jordan Wells.
To read more about the Digital Bolex and ONE SMALL STEP, check out digitalbolex.com.
This short was shot with the The "MōVI" - a digital 3-axis gyro-stabilized handheld camera gimbal. The completely silent device weighs under 3.5 pounds bare and can be operated solo, or with the help of a second "gimbal" operator with a joystick to pull off some incredible moves. To read more about it go to: wp.me/pjtZ0-2a4 The BTS Video is at: vimeo.com/63357898
All proceeds from the "Tip Jar" and Vimeo on Demand will benefit the Lollipop theater network lollipoptheater.org/ - a nonprofit organization that arranges showings of first-run movies to children confined to hospitals.
This short was shot ENTIRELY handheld with the MōVI, a Canon EOS 1DC (at 4K) and a Canon 24mm 1.3 Cine Prime (and a Zeiss 18mm CP.2 for the aerial shots.)
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