MBA background and worked in LA but now resides in Cleveland, Wu is an multiple awards winning filmmaker enjoying making noise.
Have a medic on set.
We do a tons of action films since 1998 (indie level) and we always have a medic on set in case of accident happen with cast and crew. Something that keep them all safety in mind.
Our latest feature Wu Xia 2 The Code Wu Xia 2 The Code Trailer and Bar Scene Preview https://youtu.be/-0J_pM4XZYY
Has a lot of action fight sequences and some In extremely cold condition. Having a medic on set helps.
It’s very possible. We had filmed numerous action feature films with more than 24 crew and 40+ cast on weekends for 11 days to 14 days. And under that amount. (Mostly for catering).
But for distribution. POV we should be wary about releasing the number as buyers may say “hey, you made it for this amount so what I’m offering should be enough”.
Here’s a scene from one of our feature film Wu axis 2 The Code https://youtu.be/Rbu34VOOHMk
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....