MBA background and worked in LA but now resides in Cleveland, Wu is an multiple awards winning filmmaker enjoying making noise.
Just noticed a trend in many of the posts shared about this trailer that everyone single one of them has the title saying terrying ‘Us’ trailer... which is, in marketing POV a brilliant way to make everyone subconciously believe so.
While in reality this trailer isn’t as different as many other trailers of this particular genre. But what it sold is the keyword used in every single title: the terrying ‘us’.
Is this going to be like FocusMic that never to be seen anywhere?
Umm. That’s four ways.
We did that with our currently feature. A comedy musical called Innerself. A lot of wide shots so had to be creative as well.
In many independent productions, diversity is always represented well....
I own 7 gimbals and one cool cinematic shot would be using the moza gimbals with the mimic feature so you can do shots that are one take : 2nd floor to first and follow talent back to second floor. Just like a scene in Black Panther.
Many European and Asian films does breath a lot more than US films. You can see these mostly at film festivals. I think US Films tend to be faster paced is due to the society we lived in. The fast paced / cut commercials to tv shows to try to grab your attention.