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Larger Than Life Cinematography (with Ben Allan ACS) GCS127

Ben Allan joins us to discuss his recent film, Wild Squad Adventures which was shot in a 5:1 aspect ratio and custom made for one screen, in only one theater in the entire world.

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Spotlight: Ben Allan ACS

Ben Allan’s latest film, Wild Squad Adventures was not only shot in the insanely wide 5:1 aspect ratio, but it was also custom made for only one theater in the entire world. And that theater was created to play only this one film. Ben and I discuss the shooting and lighting challenges of the 5:1 aspect ratio, working with the Blackmagic cinema cameras, shooting with his custom built drone rig, and so much more.

  • Shooting 5:1 Aspect Ratio
  • Blocking for super wide shots
  • The challenges of Cinerama format
  • Choosing Blackmagic Cinema Cameras
  • The Trident 3-camera custom rig
  • Shooting with three cameras on a drone
  • A custom made cinema for a custom made film
  • SLR Magic lenses
  • Adding pop in post production
  • How camera movement effected the film
  • and much much more!

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Chicago Fire to Feature Film (with Oscar Rene Lozoya) GCS094

Oscar Rene Lozoya on Go Creative Show Podcast

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Oscar Rene Lozoya is an Editor on the NBC hit Chicago Fire, producer of a viral video with over 30M views, and director of “How We Met”, an award winning feature film produced for under $1000.

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Spotlight: Oscar Rene Lozoya

Oscar Rene Lozoya is the editor of NBC hit series Chicago Fire, producer of a viral video with over 30 million views, and director of the feature film “How We Met” which recently won the Dances With Films Audience Award. Oscar and I talk about the editing workflows and challenges of a hit network series, becoming a YouTube partner, and his experience directing his award winning feature film for under $1000.

  • Editing Chicago Fire
  • Avoiding being a typecast editor
  • The editing workflow of Chicago Fire
  • The viral success of “Super Baby”
  • What is a YouTube Partner and what opportunities are available to you
  • How We Met feature film
  • Premiering at Dances With Films
  • The benefits of shooting in Flagstaff AZ
  • Shooting on Blackmagic Cinema and Pocket cameras
  • Why the Rokinon cine lens set was a good choice
  • The pro’s and con’s of doing everything yourself
  • Promoting your film
  • and much much more!

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