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Schwar interviews the crew on set

Posted: Wed, 2nd Jul 2008, 7:53am

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Schwar interviews the crew on set

It's day three on the FXhome set and the crew is prepping for the day's shots. Something that has seriously impressed us is how well the crew works together: fast, efficient and always delivering top quality results.

In this video schwar introduces you to some of the key crew at work on set, using his awesome interviewing techniques...

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Posted: Wed, 2nd Jul 2008, 8:14am

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That's Pete Carrier!

Shot with him two weekends again on the music video I directed!

The lighting will be fantastic then biggrin awesome.
Posted: Wed, 2nd Jul 2008, 8:42am

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Yes! Pete is utterly fantastic and a real pro. Works perfectly with Ash and Chris.
Posted: Wed, 2nd Jul 2008, 9:55am

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Why can't I see the video? Furthermore, there was no attached video to the "set tour". Is it my browser, or what? There isn't even a link to either video.
Posted: Wed, 2nd Jul 2008, 10:01am

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The set tour requires quicktime, but was linked with a text link to another page. This video is embedded flash and requires flash 9. You may need one/both to view the vids.
Posted: Wed, 2nd Jul 2008, 1:31pm

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Nice work Schwar! What's up with the haircut and the hat smile Set looks great.
Posted: Wed, 2nd Jul 2008, 2:40pm

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The set looks wonderful and very well done
Posted: Wed, 2nd Jul 2008, 6:30pm

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if only lived in the Uk...things would be much more...british. Yes more british indeed.....
Posted: Wed, 2nd Jul 2008, 6:52pm

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Yeah, if only you lived in the UK. To live with these pointless bins where if you don't put the right thing in you get fined £60...

Set looks great though, and I loved the clip at the end. Badass.
Posted: Wed, 2nd Jul 2008, 8:03pm

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Aha. I had the firefox plugin "Adblock plus" blocking the front page flash video, and for some reason, it decided to block ALL the flash videos on all of the pages on the entire site...


Anyways, that set looks very slick. It seems like this entire project is well thought through both budget and creativity-wise as well.
Posted: Wed, 2nd Jul 2008, 9:18pm

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Arri 2000w Fresnels? Or a pricier rental? (HMI?!?)

Either way, looks great! The camera footage looks great, too. A little heavy on headspace in the close up, but that's probably just personal preference rather than anything 'wrong', per se. biggrin
Posted: Wed, 2nd Jul 2008, 10:32pm

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Wow.

(Don't know what else to say).
Posted: Wed, 2nd Jul 2008, 11:15pm

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ben3308 wrote:

Arri 2000w Fresnels? Or a pricier rental? (HMI?!?)
Arri 2000w's smile
Posted: Wed, 2nd Jul 2008, 11:26pm

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Looked like it, heh. Still, some heavy gear for a short film! biggrin

The focusable lamps also work well with the gels, and it shows in the footage (though I dunno why there needs to be a medium tungsten gel on an already decently-tungsten light). Even so, the gaffer definitely knows what he's doing.
Posted: Thu, 3rd Jul 2008, 12:12am

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Amazing stuff. Loved the final shot.