Talented, innovative, inventive camera crew needed for independent experimental feature film. This is a satirical, film noir feature developed using filming concepts used in blockbusters such as 'Blair Witch Project. and 'Paranormal Activity'. The plot revolves around a hapless man who kills his wife in a fit of rage after he finds out about her infidelity. Then he has to deal with an array of characters that walk into the scene as he desperately tries to conceal his deeds from each character, ultimately ending up killing more people. The filming will happen 'live' over the course of one day. On the set, actors will be given instructions and cues, but mostly be required to improvise scenes and dialogues based on their character and the scenario they walk into AND the cues and instructions given to them 'live' as they perform the scene. Cam crew film the reactions 'live'. This concept involves use of multiple cams (as in comedy soap operas shot with live audience or live shows) covering multiple angles and multiple shots taken of each scene/shot that's filmed in real time usually in just 1 take. The roles are UNPAID. Filming will take place in a single day (mid-Jan) with a 10-12hr schedule. This role will appeal to a photographer/videographer who is innovative, has a good sense of photographic aesthetics and not afraid of experimenting and being inventive with the camera. People with own equipment, DSLR Cam, lenses, tripods, reflectors, preferred.
All minors must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
Professionals or amateurs with own equipment (DSLR Cam, prime lenses or 35mm and/or 50mm lenses at least, tripods, external mic etc) preferred but others are encouraged to apply as well. Roles are UNPAID but full screen credits guaranteed. Filming will occur over the course of a single day (Sat/Sun) in mid-Jan for over 10hrs schedule.
Applications closed 31 December 2013.