A call for Producers to think about wages for cast and crew, and how microbudget projects can lead the trend.
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TRAGEDIA to screen at Making Tracks / Whirlygig Cinema
TRAGEDIA has been selected to take part in Making Tracks from Whirlygig Cinema Screening Saturday 27 July 2013 A unique short-film event fusing cutting-edge film talent with brand new live scores written and performed by The Cabinet of Living Cinema. Rich Mix 35-47 Bethnal Green Road, London, E1 6LA Doors 7.30pm / Films 8pm Buy …
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London Bellydance Debut: photos
Photos from my London Bellydance Debut
Nasmat London Debut
Announcing my London Bellydance Debut
Pirates Of The South auditions
A few behind-the-scenes photos from a feature film audition I crewed on.
Did I mention I was busy?
Where I’m a glutton for busy-ness and stress, and get to be in on making two short films in as many weeks.
Russell Square Timelapse
Today I used my work iPad to try the iMotion HD app. I set my the iPad up on my bag, pointed it, and shot for about 10 minutes. The resulting video is now online.
It is somewhat grainy. iMotion said you could upload it directly to Facebook; it didn’t like that, and hasn’t worked. You can share the photos through your Apple Cloud, but not the video itself unless you pay for the app. I exported the photos, and then edited them on FCE.
There’s no audio. So I’ve made the video downloadable. Feel free to add music or sounds to it. Actually, I actively encourage it.
Please to enjoy.
iPad’s are good for their versatility. I’m experimenting with their functionality with photos and video for a project I have coming up. The Photoshop Express app seems reasonable for fixing up photos. These photos are taken near my work, on the iPad. What do you think? Heavily pixellated, non? They’d be better for close-ups than …
An Elderly Neighbour and digital television
So I tried to help my elderly neighbour with her TV. It backfired.
Thoughts on London, and an escapade through the West End. Or Oxford Street. Or whatever that area is called.