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Color Study 1 is the first in a series of experimental films exploring the chaotic, entropic, and ephemeral nature of physics though color. The footage presented in this film was created under the following rules:
1. The footage must be unpredictable, meaning, there must be no way in which to accurately pre-visualize the images before they are created.
2. The footage must not be able to be replicated, meaning, even if the conditions were recreated exactly, there would be no way to truly recreate the exact image.
3. The images must be photographed in color.
4. The images must be abstract, or abstracted, in someway as to maintain focus on the color and random nature of the image.
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An uninspired writer under a deadline. A girl just beginning a life on her own. A washed up literary agent. A sagacious bartender. Four lives interweave in this short tale of finding your place.
FORMAT: Super 16 mm
RUNTIME: 00 hr : 23 min : 20
FILMED ON: Arri Arriflex 16SR II
EDITING PLATFORM: Final Cut Pro
FORMS: Narrative Fiction, Short
GENRES: Drama, Comedy, Independent, Urban
COUNTRY OF PRODUCTION: USA
Tom Cerrato - Micah Potelli
Lary Moten - Marty Jamerson
Jessica Osbourn - Kristen Hays
Marylin Sheriff - Layla
Directed & Written by: Gregory J. M. Kasunich
Produced by: Cait Wolf, Jennifer Painter, Gregory Kasunich
Casting: Jennifer Painter
Editor: Craig Thomas Quinlan
DP: Kyle Depew
Additional Photography: Colin Oh, Adrian Sierkowski
Music: Gregory J. M. Kasunich
Production Design: Lisa Kozikowski
La Colombe Fishtown is a new cafe, bakery, distillery, offices, and coffee lab.
La Colombe is the first place I every was trained to pull a proper shot. I’m happy to see they are expanding and doing well.
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Downtown Film Festival Los Angeles (DFFLA) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to showcasing the best in independent cinema in the heart of the world’s Creative Capital. Established in 2008, the festival has screened more 1,000 films, held more 200 events and partnered with more than 75 other profit and nonprofit business in DTLA. Our programming reflects downtown L.A.’s vibrant new urbanism, the unique ethnic and cultural diversity of its neighborhoods, its burgeoning independent film community, its singular blend of late 19th and 20th century architecture, and the seminal role it played in the early days of American cinema (epitomized by the world’s largest group of vintage movie palaces located in the Broadway Theater District). Set against this dramatic backdrop, DFFLA serves as a beacon for movie fans and industry professionals throughout Southern California and beyond.
A guy is beside himself again and again and again over a relationship.
Stars rising comedian Elisha Yaffe and Friday Night Lights’s Stephanie Hunt.
Elisha is a master, and I can also confirm is taking part in my Black List sponsored table read on Monday.
When someone lies on the studio floor and sings at a microphone five feet away, Eno is in the air. When a band records three hours of improvisation and then loops a four-second excerpt of the audiotape and scraps the rest, Eno has a hand on the razor blade. When everybody except for the engineer is told to go home, Eno remains. Behind Eno stand John Cage, Marcel Duchamp, and Erik Satie, but those guys didn’t make pop records.
This is why everyone needs to learn After Effects!
Q:Is part of the reason the deal with HBO fell through with American Gods because they wanted a more clear explanation of the magic such as you commented on your review for A Winter's Tale?