If you want a true sense of the presence of a film set, you have to step in front of the camera where all the lights point on you, where the camera is pointed at you, and where everyone’s attention falls on you. For some that experience is exhilarating. For others, daunting. For me, it was a chance to have fun.
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On my first set, I needed something like a crew diagram to help me navigate through the set. And now I’ve created my own. I’ve taken five photos from various sets and labeled each one for your entertainment – or education.
Nothing says, “I’m here for you” like extending an unopened water bottle to a fellow crew member. The only problem is, when moving around large sets or on location, these water bottles can often get left behind. In comes the bottle buddy to save the day…
Below the Beltway, a film I worked on last summer, has recently released a trailer. The film stars Tate Donovan, Kip Pardue, Sarah Clarke, Annie Wersching and Xander Berkley and was directed by Dave Fraunces with cinematography by Adam Silver.
The DC-based production Below the Beltway is scheduled to air on The Movie Channel and Showtime early in December 2010. Independently financed and produced locally in Washington, D.C. and Virginia, the film has managed to garner attention through audience awards and a recent trailer release.
On Vimeo, videographer Nelson Cuellar put together a short behind the scenes clip of the shoot that shows some footage, behind the scenes moments and interviews from Below the Beltway, an independent film shot on RED in DC last summer that I worked on.
‘Below the Beltway’ Movie Wins Audience Award at Newport Beach Film Festival (Updated with Q&A Video)
Below the Beltway, a film I worked on last summer as camera utility, was accepted into the Newport Beach Film Festival where it premiered and ended up winning the audience award!
Below the Beltway, a DC-based independent film I worked on over this summer, is supposed to be featured in tonight’s 10:00 p.m. episode of Ace of Cakes.