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Vader fan film

VADER EPISODE 1: SHARDS OF THE PAST – A STAR WARS THEORY FAN-FILM

 

VADER EPISODE 1: SHARDS OF THE PAST – Star Wars Theory FanFilm

https://mattkprovideo.com/2019/01/20/vader-fan-film/

A wonderfully done piece of independent film making. Digital “film” that looks a lot like film.  Expertly done 3D models and animation.  A magnificent fan film

Never Monetized it was Fan Funded.

The Director was Danny Ramirez his email is  Vaderfanfilm@gmail.com –

Written by
Nikolaj Wejp-Olsen , Danny Ramirez , Star Wars Theory

Based on George Lucas’s stories and characters.

Produced by
Ian McClellan
Brandon Hall
punkriotproductions.com

Executive Producer Star Wars Theory

Director of Photography Mattew Halla

Production Designer Michael Miller

Film Editor Danny Ramirez
Music by Jacob A. Cadmus
Additional Music by J Scott Rakozy
Original Star Wars Music by John Williams
Costume Designer Robert Merkel
Hair and Makeup Designer Dre Lamparello

Lead Visual Effects Supervisor Philip Bastian
CG Supervisor Gaetan Lancelle
Visual Effects Coordinator Jack Millard
3D Supervisor Stefan Mensen
Lead 3D Artist Ruben Brouns
Lead 2D Visual Effects Artist Magnus Edlund
Compositing Supervisor Tim Forsgren
DUPREE JONES
STEVEN BARTLETT
CATHERINE LASALLE
MARIK KNIGHT
STAR WARS THEORY

A Punk Riot Production

1st Assistant Directors Savanah Satler
Lee Goffin-Bonenfant
2nd Assistant Directors Sharon Park
Melissa Kyle
Art Director Austin Bennett
CAST

Stunts Rigger Beni Alexander
Stunts Safety Jeff Karr

Choreography and Strategic Consultant Robert Kolterman

Concept and Storyboard Artist Ben Judd

Set Dressers
Robert McDermott
Erin Lunsford

Assistant Costume Designer Victoria Moreno

Makeup Artist Blake Hunter Jassenoff

Supervising Sound Editor Juan Pablo Naranjo

Sound Designers Andrés Adalid
Ramiro Galván
Lissú Pineda

Re-Recording Mixers Andrés Adalid
Ramiro Galván
Juan Pablo Naranjo
Lissú Pineda
Jimmy Santiago

Additional Dialogue Cleanup Mike Chadbourne

Cameraman Matthew Halla

1st AC Jorge Gomez
2nd AC Heather Flynn

Gaffer
Rob Padilla,   Gia Barot  Alex Yoo
Key Grip

Kenrick Usher, Kyle Thor, Joe Baltazar, Gabriel Sandoval, Yoann Cifuentes, Will Baltazar
Grip

Tory McCulley
Jesus Zapata
Production Sound Mixer

Longwei Deng
Erin Han

Props Zack Farrens at Jurassic Zack
Josh Howe at Multiverse Props
Construction Lead Carlos Flores
Construction Lead Erik Morales
Set Construction Sebastian Schrills
Michael Solomon
Jamie Spies
Kyle Wahaus
Victor Viceteño
Production Assistant Keeley James
Production Assistant Alexie Hovis
Assistant Editor Hammad Hassan
Colorist Harry Locke IV
End Credits by Albin Brogren
Catering IT Catering
Studio Teacher Stella Pacific
Insurance Ryan Connelly
StarWarsTheory.com Web Master
Special Guest Director Luke Ramirez
Special Director’s Thanks to Hannah Ramirez
Special Thanks Steven Ramirez
Simon Crane
Deysy Rodriguez
David Rodgriguez

 

Behind the Scenes Im Joong Kim
BTS Interviewer Olivia Blue
Additional Thanks

Kiefer Jenkins

Madilyn Clark Studios
Studios60
Tucker Dansie

Edited on Avid
Shot on Arri Alexa

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Declarator, Short Film.

https://mattkprovideo.com/2019/01/02/declarator-short-film/

 

This isn’t my film.  I worked on it for director/ editor Andrew McGuire.

I was a set PA and have a brief actors cameo in this film.

 

 Andrew McGuire made this film.
It features Chris Norris as Thomas Jefferson,
Nick Fulbright plays  the boss,
Joe Call and myself play the  tomb robbers,
Antonio Chicase is the “High tax man,”

 

Movie Making Merit Badge??!?!?

https://mattkprovideo.com/2018/11/17/movie-making-merit-badge/

Where was THIS when I was a Boy Scout?

 

https://meritbadge.org/wiki/index.php/Cinematography

 

http://www.boyscouttrail.com/boy-scouts/meritbadges/moviemaking-merit-badge.asp

 

https://blog.scoutingmagazine.org/2013/10/03/cinematography-merit-badge-becomes-moviemaking-merit-badge/

 

Maybe I could be a merit badge counsellour for this?!?!

 

https://goo.gl/images/yp85MR

Defense of 24 FPS Cinema

mattkprovideo.com/2018/08/27/defense-of-24-fps-cinema/

 

A Defense of 24 FPS and Why It’s Here to Stay for Cinema

 

John Hess shares his thoughts on 24 frames per second for film making and video production.

 

https://filmmakeriq.com/members/gospel_john/

Spielberg on Jaws & Raiders

https://mattkprovideo.com/2018/07/18/spielberg-on-jaws-raiders/

Spielberg  and Dick Cavett discuss Jaws & Raiders

 

Spielberg couldn’t say “Midget” today.

In fact on the JAWS DVD he always says “little person.”

This talk show is slow and tame by todays standards. In the “post Arsenio” era they’d be encouraging rowdiness from the crowd.

Today the shark would of course be CGI.  But why not “muppeteers” under a rubber shark?

 

 

https://mattkprovideo.com/2018/07/13/shoot-on-film/

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I just read  an article in MOVIE MAKER magazine that has my head spinning.

Theres an interview with Steve Bellamy, President of Kodak Film.  Bellamy gave a bunch of reasons as to why independent filmmakers should be shooting on film, not digital.

Well, I don’t know any “filmmaker” today who wouldn’t WANT to be shooting on true film. But its too expensive.

Bellamy said “ No one ever said ‘lets make this film look more like digital’ 

Well thats true, I do EVERYTHING I can to make my digital footage look “cinematic” Filters, de saturation…..  I’ve gotten pretty good at making color digital look like high contrast Black and White, but Im not satisfied with making digital look like color film.

Bellamy said “Film is LESS expensive than digital, no ifs ands or buts”

Well I could give him dozens, if not hundreds of no ifs ands or buts…

He said “camera packages are cheaper with film. Your shooting ratios are lower, your performances are better. People prepare better and storyboard with film— in video they don’t.  Film doesn’t have a video village”

He is SO wrong  on that.  I prep as if it were film. I storyboard. I don’t have a “video village” anyway, my DSLR is used just like a film camera.

He said “When you edit digital, you have four times as much footage to soft through than if you shot film”

He may be right about that, but if I’m editing something I shot myself, I can sift through the footage really fast. In fact some “bad” footage” might capture something I didn’t notice at first.

But of course, his business is selling film.. so of course he’s biased.

 

https://www.moviemaker.com/

 

https://petapixel.com/2018/01/16/heres-first-footage-new-kodak-super-8-film-camera/

 

 

 

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