For a better experience, listen on loud speakers or headphones. =) Also, this was done on all Natural Lighting. Poles were flickering and we had to time the action. My Website: kvibe.com Brief Synopsis: An ordinary man and woman stumble across a mystical clan of spirits yearning to break free from their dwelling inside a vintage 1950's radio. Kvibe Productions, LLC Executive Producer by: Khoa D. Le Produced by: Khoa D. Le & Salvatore E. Sutera Directed by: Khoa D. Le & Salvatore E. Sutera Written By: Khoa D. Le & Salvatore E. Sutera Cinematographer: Khoa D. Le Editor: Khoa D. Le & Salvatore E. Sutera Original Music & Written By: Khoa D. Le Sound Design by: Khoa D. Le Behind the scene photos: George Rivera Production Assistants: Kim Nguyen, Joe A. Nunez, Eggie Belizario Escueta, Alyssa Pontecorvo Actors: Jean / Girl: Jean Farinella Man: Paul Santiago Jean's Friend: Alyssa Pontecorvo kvibe.com (portfolio of my work) Equipment used: Canon 5d Mark II Zeiss 85mm f1.4 Canon 50mm F1.4 DvTEC shoulder rigg Monopod very cheap tripod and a DIY follow focus screw on lens ring+ More details
Chapter 2 in The Story Beyond The Still contest. (see chapter 1 here: vimeo.com/groups/beyondthestill/videos/8595246) In a continuation of "The Cabbie", a group of shady men are hiding something... and as a young man overhears them talking, he stumbles upon their secret and finds the key to something unexpected. Our website: fullframecine.com Produced By: Matt Underwood, David Altizer, Jeffrey Holland Written By: Matt Underwood, David Altizer Directed By: Matt Underwood Edited By: Matt Underwood Colored By: Jeffrey Holland Cinematographers: Matt Underwood, David Altizer, Jeffrey Holland Steadicam: Rob Hull Audio: David Altizer, Jeffrey Holland Original Music By: Aaron Farmer Cast: The Guy: Nick Timblin Bad Guy 1: Greg Wilson Bad Guy 2: Nathan Owen Bad Guy 3: Jonnie Wethington Bad guy with extra key / body in bag: David Altizer Shot on the Canon 7D and 5DMKII Lenses used: 17-35mm f/2.8L, 20mm f/2.8, 50mm f/1.4, 70-200mm f/2.8L Edited in Final Cut Studio Stabilized with Steadicam and the Glidetrack Compact+ More details
The Story Beyond The Still - Chapter 2 ************************************ The moment Lauren saw the bear she knew. The specifics, like the majority of the details of her childhood this far, were unclear but a few things clicked into place. The key was from Mr. Taylor. She knew the hallmarks of contact with his organization and the delivery of this ‘object’ was not a coincidence. She also knew that anything related to her real identity must be kept in the absolute secrecy. She could not share the details with her loving, but clueless, surrogate parents. She made a mental note to sew up the bear that morning and then…she would wait. Something would happen shortly…it always did. That same morning in the office of Logan Brengle a unmarked note was delivered that would change the usual Friday schedule. Logan glanced at the note before placing it in his pocket, grabbed his coat and left. The note did not need a signature, it told him everything he needed to know. He had an appointment with Mr. Taylor. ********************************* Chapter 2 of the Canon/Vimeo Film Contest Check out Vincent Laforet's Chapter 1 here: vimeo.com/groups/beyondthestill Written By: BumKi Cho, Scott Vanderbeek Video/Directed by: BumKi Cho Edited by: BumKi Cho Sound/Music By: Steve Beukema Actors Mr. Taylor: Jim Kuk Logan Brengle: Scott Vanderbeek Ms. Amy: Ana Klackle Kevin: Doug Heaney Lauren: Lauren Heaney Mr. Powers: Steve Beukema **First time ever to work with script, acting, and story line. I have learned a great deal of the importance of pro-production preparation. Not everything went smoothly and not everything turned out great. But we all had fun. I had a blast getting this video ready. Thanks to all of you who participated and made this possible. Thank you, Vimeo and Canon and others for this great and fun contest!!**+ More details
Chapter 2 of the Canon/Vimeo Film Contest Check out Vincent Laforet's Chapter 1 here: vimeo.com/groups/beyondthestill A 2009 Showdown Visual Production Written By: Kenny Mosher, Rachel Mosher and Thomas Ross Director: Kenny Mosher Editor: Kenny Mosher Music Written By: PJ Perretta and Kenny Mosher Music Producer: PJ Perretta Production Assistants: Kyle Brock, Jon Morton, Rachel Mosher Actors Salhouse: Jon Morton Salhouse's Voice: Pete Robertson Sniper: Thomas Ross showdownvisual.com+ More details
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