New Web Series

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    • #45778
      Avatarsbanks
      Participant

      We launched our new web series The Vetala.

      The Vetala is a supernatural thriller about a hostile, yet conflicted spirit from the pages of Sanskrit mythology, and the succession of people it travels through.

      View an episode here: http://www.youtube.com/user/thevetala

      We filmed on a Canon XHA1 and color timed with Apple Color.

      Cheers!

    • #189643
      Avatarcomposite1
      Member

      Not bad. You guys made good use of existing environments for your sets. Some of the scenes where you were outdoors and in the cab were dark and would have benefited from a bounce card. Other than that, the tension was established early and your music choices/cuts maintained it. Nice job on your SFX. Did you use squibs or post effects for your gunshot wounds? Also, where the hell did you guys get all those guns?

    • #189644
      Avatarsbanks
      Participant

      Thanks. Our Co-producer owns a gun prop house, so needless to say we made use of that. We used squibs and small explosives for all the SFX in Ep 01.

    • #189645
      AvatarBruceMol
      Participant

      Very nice! I mean, speaking as an owner of an XHA1, it’s nice to see what it can do out of my hands! As a recently ex-Vancouverite it’s great to see the city from the camera view, great music, great story line and it’s enough of a tease that I’ll be keeping an eye out for more.

    • #189646
      Avatarcomposite1
      Member

      SBanks,

      You’re welcome. If it’s not too nosey a question; what budget range are you looking at per episode?

    • #189647
      Avatarsbanks
      Participant

      The producer’s might kill me for saying, however I will tell you that the episodes were shot all together over 12 days to save money, and there were a lot of FAVORS asked.

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