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Shooting A New Short With A New Crew!

This past weekend, we shot a new short film, and did so with an entirely new crew than we had worked with before. First time working with a pro DP (Philip Kral who you can hear on the Cinematography Panel from Macabre Faire episode) and the 2nd time with a pro sound mixer, Brian Neris. 

So, this week we discuss the shoot, how the entire day went, how we handled new the responsibilities and delegations, and what we still have left to do. We talk some of the new parts of the post-production workflow and color grading process. 

In the final portion of the show, we give our thoughts on the long-term plans we have for ourselves and the importance of looking at your films as body of work, rather than attempting to pack everything you want into one film. 

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 Paul Laudicano, Phil Kral, Brian Neris, Manny Serrano on set of "I Waited For You"

Paul Laudicano, Phil Kral, Brian Neris, Manny Serrano on set of "I Waited For You"

 Brian Neris, Lindsay Serrano, Phil Kral, Angie Hansen on set of "I Waited For You"

Brian Neris, Lindsay Serrano, Phil Kral, Angie Hansen on set of "I Waited For You"

Filmmaking is a completely imperfect art form that takes years and, over those years, the movie tells you what it is. Mistakes happen, accidents happen and true great films are the results of those mistakes and the decisions that those directors make during those moments.
— Jason Reitman