To view the final film, please visit https://vimeo.com/61132516.
Saskatchewan is famous for its skies, flat landscape and harsh climate. However, for people who choose to live there, it is much more than that. For the short film, “A Moment of Silence”, I wanted to create a short narrative documenting why I love Saskatchewan and why I love heading out to explore its vast landscape. Not only is it extremely diverse, it offers many options for outdoor activities throughout the seasons.
With the recent release of the Kessler CineDrive system, I wanted to release a new short film that utilizes some of the features of the system.
For this video, I wanted to take a quick look at the Kessler CineDrive System and show how I accomplished some of the shots in the short film. A Moment of Silence is my first short film using the CineDrive system so I wanted to explore how I could use it in my workflow. Being able to control multiple axis beyond the standard three, including focus and zoom, opens up many possibilities.
In the video attached above, I show how to connect, calibrate, and program a move. By no means does this video show everything the system can do, rather, it gives a first look at what the Kessler CineDrive is capable of. Special thanks to Nils Sorensen for helping with the BTS video!
This video was shot on location in Saskatchewan, Canada. Special thanks to Nils Sorensen for helping film this video.
Music provided by The Music Bed: http://www.themusicbed.com
For more information, please visit http://www.kesslercinedrive.com. To view the product page, please visit http://www.kesslercrane.com/product-p/cinedrive_3axis.htm.