I am shooter and editor for Cassiar, based out of Vancouver, BC.
Yhea, it only took the stunt guy to have 2 concussions to get the shot. Great job team! /s
I think CGI is the way to go for that one.
I know he recommends the WATSON brand, but I wouldn't use em. I purchased 4 of the 750's from BH and after a couple of weeks the plastics on the battery casing started to crack and shatter near the pins. The metal contacts ended up falling right out! rendering them useless. Customer support for WATSON was not helpful and I use them as a paper weight now. I was using them with the PIXE recorders which have a solid pin as the connector which was putting pressure on the battery contacts. I went with Anton Bauer NP-F and they are rock solid, and have been using them for a year now with no problems. You get what you pay for.
#5 is a great one. Reminds me of Tony Scott using it to turn scenes inside out. In Enemy of the State, Will Smith is arguing with wife and the camera movement is wild.
I noticed that right away too. Looks like a C300. Canon really needs to get their **** together!
Meanwhile, those in the Video Devices camp have been racking up substantial Firmware updates almost at a quarterly basis! ;)
Don't write off someones skill just because you've never hear of them (or that they haven't won an oscar). Noah Baumbach is an influential director who's films really do 'speak to youth, family, and relationships.' in an incredible way. I reflect on his films often as they seem to linger in my mind years after seeing them. That being said, Sam Mendes is also one of the great directors of today.