Take a peek into what it took to put together the short film directed by Michael Shu under the mentorship of Visual Communications.
Appearing in this little montage is footage from the two main shoot days in the laundromat and basement. You can see just how much concentration all of the crew had… and then some random antics… Hey, when you’re shooting until 7AM, it’s bound to happen, yes?
This is the first narrative production for Onyx Cinema’s beloved Red Scarlet-X “Rockwell” camera, and it performed admirably. Andy Chen, Nick Bianchi and Joseph Vu were inseparable as a camera team as Yasu Tsuji transferred like a madman as DIT. Everybody enjoyed working with the Scarlet-X. Much much less glitchy than the Epic, so they were happy campers.
The film is premiering on May 13th at the Los Angeles Asian Pacific American Film Festival at the Directors Guild of America!
Special thanks to Onyx Cinema’s photographer/cinematographer Georgia Yeh, who was behind the camera through the entire filmmaking process.
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