I've been making films ever since a very young age. Amazingly I'm now an award winning filmmaker (who isn't?), with several of my films screened in film festivals around the world, from Cannes to Fantastic Fest. I'm best known for the twisted drama Plastic Love. Free to watch right here:
I've recently finished my latest short film, Terry and Brenda, which is now being submitted to film festivals.
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I own a BMPCC and a GH2, and I've just bought a GH4. I will mainly use the GH4 for paid corporate work as the BMPCC I feel is much more suited to fiction, it depends on the project though. 4k doesn't really interest me as a filmmaker but it could be useful in some situations I guess. I shot my latest short film on the BMPCC and the image for the price is astonishing, very cinematic with lovely texture and natural looking grain. Below are some before/after screen grabs from projects I've shot on my BMPCC.
Also, here's a pic of my simple and cheap rig with external battery.
Great to see some cheap rigs being used. I'm a big believer in cheap gear being just as good as expensive stuff. It really confuses me when I see small cameras rigged to look like an Alexa, the whole point of a camera like the BMPCC is to keep it small and simple.
Well done on Sundance!
Really looking forward to seeing Ida. Lots of these shots look like photographs.