Hey people, so here’s another instalment of FIRST PAGES; that thing I do where I put up the first pages of a screenplay I wrote, could be spec, could be stuff that’s actually been made, could be stuff I’m trying to make.
As usual, check this one out and let me know what exactly you think of it.
I’m still trying to sort out the kinks of making it appear on the web in the same formatting one would see it on screenwriting software or an exported pdf file so please bear with me if in the process there’s a couple typos or formatting inconsistencies, enjoy
So I’ve been going nuts recently about color grading and while most times my tools are nothing but the levels, fast color corrector and RGB curves and such stock effects and tweaks available on premiere pro, and of course, LUMETRI. It wouldn’t hurt to get to know these other effects and how to use them appropriately, don’t thank me, thank Filmmaker’s Memory credited above.
So it’s been silent on here for a bit, but we’ve been working regardless, and real hard too (that last part is overcompensating for all the fun we had this year, he he).
And so without much ado we present to you, Jackpot as created and directed by the man Ag Etefia and written by none other than Nneka, and materialized into glorious reality by us. (I’m not even sure what that means but it was supposed to sound sensational) we’re on to other things even as the year winds down because we work like that, so stay tuned and holler at us, we’d love to work with you next.
Can you form an opinion about a movie after just seeing it once? Well yes. Even if you were distracted or didn’t see it all the way through, you can have an opinion about the part of the film you were able to watch. Ideally if it were a film with screeners I’d probably watch it more than once, for multiple reasons, an edit or cut I like, a CGI effect I want to watch over and over until I can make out the individual elements and start thinking of replicating it or how it doesn’t hold up to inspection over multiple views. But then again I’m Pixelmorph, it’s my line of work, and as much as I try to be entertained by movies there will always be a part of me, learning, searching, questioning, seeking to understand.
Hey guys, sorry episode two came pretty late, I was in the middle of a lot of things that included attending the African International Film Festival (AFRIFF) to study cinematography and trying to deliver for some very demanding, nit picking, corporate client.