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In reality this is the same shit that many indie filmmakers say without specifically saying anything about getting your film funded. And the "diversity" thing at the end is pretty amusing because Duplass is essentially saying that if you "embrace diversity" its gonna make you more popular and make you more money!
Classic lalaland exploitation mentality.
It had been 20 years since we last shot on film, and on our last feature "First Man on Mars" we went back to 16mm, shooting super 16 with an Aaton and Ultra 16 with a modified Canon Scoopic.
Because the film is a satirical homage to 70's drive-in creature features, 16mm was absolutely the best choice in giving it that authentic look.
Most of it was HD transfer, but Cinelab (highly recommended) did a few rolls with their 2k scan process which I will definitely use on the next film.
Here is the trailer on Vimeo - https://vimeo.com/152782140
(the rocket shot at the beginning is stock footage)