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    I recently completed this film. It's a 3.5 minute portrait of a homeless runner. I had a lot of help on this one. Finishing off a film, it always feels a bit like rolling a boulder up a hill, but as much work as I did on it (I shot it, cut it, graded it, recorded and mixed the sound, did the titles etc. etc.) I had a lot of help from colleagues and friends. A special thank you to Ty Evans of Ghost Digital (who some of you may know from his RED Collective profile) for his help with all of the (beautiful) Shotover footage.

    I hope you like it. Please feel free to share this link.

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    Crazy story and amazing visuals... Well done...
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    Beautifully shot and edited, you did a wonderful job on this.
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    Very nice. Maybe you should consider entering this short in to a few Film festivals.
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    Nicely done Scott.
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    The shot that starts at 1:09 is just insanely good.
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    Thanks for the kind words guys. The shot at 1:09 was done with the F-1 Shotover, which Ty had mounted to the front of his van. He had to wait in the turning lane, hoping for a break in the traffic, gun it up the hill and slam on the brakes before the intersection while the guy operating the head adjusted the framing and pulled focus (Justice Ott.) It looks simple enough in the film all slowed down, but it was tricky

    I would like to enter the films into some festivals. I'm not sure which to focus on at the moment. If anyone has thoughts, let me know.
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    Beautiful piece!
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    Well done Scott!
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    Really moving piece Scott.... My sister works at the Midnight Mission and I can't wait to show this to her. And my wife is a long distance runner in LA and she will love this... Maybe you could PM me and get me a link.

    Many thanks for sharing this man's story in such a visual way
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