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Just seeing this now, thought it was inspiring. Thank You. By the way, we're going to launch a kickstarter campaign for LUNCH http://Facebook.com/lunchsfx
In simple terms, place the puppeteers closest to the camera and the puppets further, about three feet away. Of course the distance all matters on what scale the models are, and camera frame rate. Want the industry formula for determining the proper camera speed when photographing a miniature? You'd have to contact me.
By overcranking, it gives the illusion of natural looking motion. Plus in my opinion, the best example is from watching Close Encounters of the Third Kind at the COTOPAXI ship scene in the desert. Or the Rancor puppet in Star Wars Return of the Jedi.
Thanks for sharing. This is coming in handy right now.
Hi everyone, I took the liberty and a bit of my time to throw together a list of Film Festivals that you can submit to. Now some may have an entry fee and some may be free, I don't know, it's up to you to scout around and choose the one that best suites you.
List of film festivals to submit short films:www.sundance.org/festival/film-events/submissions/
Some places that show the "Best of" Festivals worldwide plus tips and tricks!www.raindance.org/worlds-top-short-film-festivals/
And for extra credit, an interesting book that's worth checking out is Chris Gore's Ultimate Film Festival Survival Guide. I've been reading it since the 3rd Edition. He is the main writer and the founder of Film Threat
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So you see, when it comes to submitting your projects you have a limitless fountain of information just waiting to be tapped. So what are you waiting for? I hope this was useful.
I would start with a 30 sec. teaser campaign or teaser trailer. On YouTube or Vimeo, it doesn't matter. Although movie teasers are usually made for big-budget, popular themes, their purpose is simply to let the audience know that the movie is coming soon to a theater near you, and to add extreme excitable hype for the upcoming release. Teaser trailers are usually made while the film is still in production or edited and they may feature alternate versions of scenes that are not in the finished film. Just an idea if you haven't already done so?