I agree with Sean ... and it just proves again that you really do need minimal equipment to make something worth watching. I shot this on an iPhone 5 and it's in this years OneScreen Show. I shot it literally on the way to work:
Mind you I also shoot with RED and Alexa and everything in between - but really it's just choosing the right gear for the job. More then anything it's making sure the technical doesn't get in the way of the story. Poor image quality, poor sound, poor story, these are what can ruin a production.
I always thought it was "father" ... "I want more life, father...."
yeah... fantastic but probably for reasons other then you think...
Not fantastic because the bed on the wall trick is kinda played out, and it was the only "trickery" in the piece which made it even more flat. The choreograph was, well, whatever, and it just seemed like he used a flare to stand in for innovation.
Also the opening camera move made me cringe it was so janky. I know, its a big rig, but if you're going to be doing moves like that maybe choose different equipment.
What is fantastic is that a clothing line is doing something different and artistic to put their look and name out there. What is fantastic is someone as seasoned and brilliant as Spike is teaming up with them. What is fantastic is a show as corporate as Fallon is allowing this to be on air. So yeah, as far as film goes, it was whatever, but as far as concept goes, then absolutely fantastic.
Top three film is "The Fall" produced (and visualized) by this badass... not many know it which kinda blows my mind...
That was great. once again... just make the film. so good...
although he didnt really demonstrate how "to shoot night in an honest way". He said he used an app. Would have loved an actual, you know, demonstration.
I saw (what I think) was this exact exhibit at the Museum or the Moving Image in Queens, NY (amazing if you've never been...) and I remember a whole section dedicated to her. Rightfully. She is Scorsese as much as Scorsese is he.