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This is Part of the Lost in Zombieville Production Diaries. They are a series of short behind the scenes documentaries that ...
are meant to show what goes on to create a film using 16mm.
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Male: Should we introduce ourselves?
Male: Oh yes, we are here.
Male: I am Stephen. I am the special effects, makeup and production design. Oh speaking of which my name is Steven Ho, this is a different Steven.
Male: I am Steven Wong, Steven with a V and I am the co-producer of Andrew and I am also the cutting director.
Male: My name is Matt; I am the writer the director of this piece.
Male: I am Andrew, I am the producer of Steven and I have to handle the money which stresses me out and gives me very various.
Male: And I am Jeff, I am the editor.
Male: Speaking of which for makeup stuff, can you send me like.
Male: Yes, well I am to talk to you on now is absurd about what we can buy.
Male: Yes, pretty good.
Male: Liz is going to be the guy?
Male: Adam Brigit.
Male: Adam is the zombie.
Male: Yes, I do not care if you need to talk to him that much just like the Adam before.
Male: But he does not have facial hair, right?
Male: Okay, I found two laps that are the closest to Davis which are in San Francisco. But all of the laps or in LA and I found it through did Kodak site. They digitize and they also export back the film and they just tell a scene. Wet in a week so—
Male: What was that?
Male: Weather forecasting change like.
Male: I know.
Male: And that is a ten day I guess.
Male: Yes, in cases like just a couple of days ago, I said that it is going to rain today.
Male: Okay, I guess.
Male: We are all optimistic.
Male: The optimism blinds us and we have to film this whole thing on standard as suppose to like high speed.
That will be different you know from our experience and I would prefer having the same experience. You know like what we need to work with better lighting. You know really like get to know what we are going to work with.
Male: We just came and we just run to Monica Lab and they did not really want us filming in there but what we did get is we ask them. First of all we ask him because we need to make an appointment to get the film develop and process so they said that we could make our own or in the film in.
But apparently, they do not want us to make it now. It is just kind of odd. That is fine and then we have some ideas, we are going to go out and we took off for filming but we ask them if they knew any other places and they gave us this two things totally free which is really nice, you can go online.
Apparently, since all you guys are watching this you can take this to your advantage, realdirectory.com apparently has all the information that you need to find places about you camera. Stop advertising for a safe work and they also gave us a big directory book of it. Be sure to have a computer with us. Now it is off to look for camera equipment, let us go.
Male: So we just came out of Monica Labs and Andrew Cholerton our producer is getting really pissed of let us see why.
Male: I have sealed this off. So we walked in to Monica Labs and like I said they gave us this book. Okay, all I have to say to you people is go to realdirectory.com because, look at the first that you have in this book.
Open the book. Location services and stages, production companies, crew services, equipment in front of this, sets props, costumes and make up. We just search so fucking more for make up and the only trouble that bother the shit out of me and here they are, nicely like labeled and everything with what they do and all this kind of shit.
Audio post production, post production, crew service—fuck dude. We have it all right here.
Male: At least we have it right now, right?
Male: We have it now—like look through all this stuff and we are going to look through it and see what we can pull out. I recommend for all you of people starting off in realdirectory.com. I mean look through it and I could already tell you it is great.
All right we will see you in a bit.
All right we are going leave you back.. They are one of the camera people and we are told that there are the only people who can do 60 millimeter out here anymore. It seems like all of