Heartfelt congrats guys!
Ted- it was awesome to experience some of these EPIC films with you- "Big Sur" was absolutely mind blowing in terms of visuals, and I can't wait to see more films that will be "Shot on RED". It's truly an exciting time for film.
I appreciate all the work your doing for the Indie's Ted, gratz Red Team !
Yes, thanks Ted. The more people know of this RED solution, the more we get jobs.
btw i did a lot of research but movie The Spectacular Now seems shot on Panavision cameras..i saw on set photos
Just screened sound city with some of the red team at the Sundance theater here in Los Angeles.
All I can say you have to go see this movie.
It was certainly an incredible week. Now finally settling back in, I realized I screened 14 films in 6 days, many of them with you (which were shot on RED).
For those of you planning on catching some of these when they hopefully are distributed, out of the films I had a chance to see, I would recommend, "Sweetwater" (Ed Harris puts on a masterful performance in this gripping western), "In a World", a dramedy written, directed, and starring Lake Bell, about a the struggle of a daughter of a famous voiceover artist to carve out her own career. "20 feet From Stardom", a documentary tracking the lives of 3 female backup singers and their ambition to be more than just secondary. "C.O.G.", A narrative based on early works by David Sadaris... just to name a few. Oh, and "99%: The Occupy Wall Street Collaborative Film" is a very good doc, and "We Are What We Are" is a very well executed (and disturbing) horror flick.
It was a great experience and truly inspiring. Next time I return, I'm planning on bringing a film with me. ;-)
There were many great films at the festival this year. But the one things that I did miss was the presentation by RED at the Sundance house. I really wish that you guys would have advertised that somewhere. Anyways, I was lucky and able to catch a large majority of the top films. With regards to cinematography, I'd say that Ain't Them Bodies Saints was amazing (which won the cinematography award) also Kill Your Darlings, Breathe In, The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman, and Mud were my top for cinematography. But I was not able to see Big Sur, it sounds like a great film from all of the reviews.
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