This is what's going down an ordinary Thursday in Stockholm, Sweden. Drinking the superior beer from Finland, Karhu and playing some pool with good friends at Söderhallen. Epic times for sure!
Filmed with Black Magic pocket cinema camera, everything is shot with iso 1600, shutter angle 172,8, 24fps with the 12-35 lens from panasonic. Graded with Film Convert 2.0 Second time using the camera and first time in low light.
An extraordinary story on how things can be done differently.
Sechelt (shíshálh) First Nation - United States Senators tour Green Energy Run-of-River Projects in Sechelt (shíshálh) Territory
Dignitaries from California including Senators Darrel Steinberg and Ted Gaines, United States House Representatives Ken Cooley and Ezilda Samoville, Director Senate Office of International Relations were accompanied by Cassie Doyle, Consul General of Canada and Geoff Reid, Political/Economic Specialist; US Consulate Vancouver visited the Sechelt Creek. Other attendees included Powerex, CEO Teresa Conway and Rob Campbell, Managing Director; Clean Energy BC Loch McJannett and Paul Kariya as well as representatives from Capstone Infrastructure and Regional Power.
Today the action started with another wonderful opportunity to make the second film behind the scenes of the new upcoming British feature film 'The Beat Beneath my Feet'. This was the first day of their shoot at Wimbledon Studios (where 'the Bill' used to be filmed for over 20 years) in which they were capturing some green screen scenes for their music videos and a car scene. Animation will be added over the green later in post production. by fellow Vimean Yu Sato. So what will it look like after the animation is added? Maybe vimeo.com/68451324 will give you an idea of the possibilities. It was great to see talented animation artist, Director John Williams who opens and ends this film with his brilliant insight and Sara Deane, DOP who started out as a camera trainee in the film 'Bend it Like Beckham' in action with a fabulous crew and cast that included the charming Luke Perry.
The production house Scoop films has kindly encouraged and given me full artistic freedom to capture their journey after watching some of my work here on Vimeo. I am grateful to the entire team especially Mike Storey for his feedback, direction and fine tuning for all the BTS films so far. Everyone worked really hard and there was a great energy and buzz in the air. A lot of work goes into creating the green screen and additional lighting and I was thrilled to see the Alexa camera in action. It is pretty heavy work lifting and I can now understand why you see so many truck and vans whenever you pass by a film shoot. We are definitely spoilt as web film makers with just a camera in our hands. I think people will love this film as it has something for everyone including some pretty awesome music! :)
Some technical stuff now, recorded in 4K squeezed down to 1080P and timelapses (Miniatures App) and stills from my iPhone using Hipstamatic+Instagram+Typic Pro. I used a Zoom H6 recorder to capture some natural sounds and all the brilliant music is actually a draft version from the actual film. Lens used, mostly the Canon 50mm 1.2L with Tiffen vari ND filter, 100mm Macro and 24-70mm 2.8. I used the Vision Color 'Cinelook' profile for EOS cameras and so therefore did not need to grade the film. There is more to come and I hope to capture some more behind the scenes next week to share with everyone. In the meantime please check out the various social media pages and people involved in the film, please support them and spread the word, many thanks :)