Showing posts with label movie. Show all posts
Showing posts with label movie. Show all posts

In this short film Professor Ellis explains how he found the Theory of Everything -- the Universe's greatest unsolved puzzle and what we've all been searching for. From electrons and protons to the stars and galaxies, the answer might not be what you think! So watch it now to find out for yourself.

Steadicam is the one which is the secret of capturing the scene.

The Steadicam op Larry McConkey mounted a GoPro to his rig, and captured a long single-take scene. It’s a masterclass in deceptively-simple, thoughtful Steadicam operating, and you can see the intricate level of blocking and planning that went into this 360-degree scene (watch the wall move so they can slide in behind the chair). Also keep an aye on the audio boom guy. He’s working his butt off as well. This sort of stuff is just inspiring filmmakers.

Here's how its shot:


And here's how the finished work of Steadicam looks, this one is for the comparison to show how it looks on the screen.



So you might be impressed of the Steadicam work ! right. Check out the man behind the work, Lary McConkey. Check the interview where he mentions many other movies and his inspiration.
Produced by: Saif Ali Khan & Dinesh Vijan
Co Produced by: Sunil Lulla & Andrew Heffernan
Directed by: Homi Adajania
Music by: Pritam
Written by: Imtiaz Ali & Sajid Ali
Actors: Deepika Padukone, Saif Ali Khan & Diana Penty

Illuminati Films & Eros International presents Cocktail releasing on 13th July 2012

Produced by: Saif Ali Khan & Dinesh Vijan
Co Produced by: Sunil Lulla & Andrew Heffernan
Directed by: Homi Adajania
Music by: Pritam
Written by: Imtiaz Ali & Sajid Ali
Actors: Deepika Padukone, Saif Ali Khan & Diana Penty

Illuminati Films & Eros International presents Cocktail releasing on 13th July 2012

The film is the latest remake from Alexandre Aja and Gregory Levasseur - the team behind The Hills Have Eyes, Piranha 3D and Mirrors.  Here, with director Franck Khalfoun, they tackle the William Lustig '80s splatterfest, also called Maniac, which originally starred Joe Spinell. 

The redo, which was shot last month in Los Angeles, stars Elijah Wood (The Lord of the Rings).

First Official Photos from the Maniac Remake, Looking Good So Far




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