The trailer for the movie The far side is out.
This is a description from the YouTube page:
THE FAR SIDE is a breathtaking visual story written by Edina Dyachenko, about a woman (Vesna Kuzmic) who gets lost between imagination and reality. Trying to escape unsatisfying life with her fiancee (Branden Garret), she creates an avatar, a young boy who she falls in love with (Denys Bilash). The two start a contradictory relationship filled with mutual feelings of love and divine connection, but the story gets an epilog when she finds out there’s a baby involved and it isn’t her fiancee’s. She starts researching other spheres of reality bringing us to a closer understanding of God.
We shot the trailer an a day and a half on two locations. I used Sony NEX-FS700 with Angenieux 20-120 T3 zoom lens I bought specially for this occasion. It was shot on Odyssey 7Q recorder in 4K ProRes. A also used Hague k14 jib and RigWheels dolly/slider. The trailer was shot for promoting the movie and as another test. You can check previous test done for this shoot in my other posts.
Here are some photos from the shoot.
RigWheels dolly/slider was used for this shot tracking backwards
Hague K14 jib was used at its maximum with the big Angenieux zoom lens.
Sony NEX-FS700 w/Angenieux 20-120 T3 zoom lens and a Odyssey 7Q 4K recorder. This lens was perfect for this shoot. The lens look has lots of organic defects. It flares perfectly and has a creamy bokeh. It has a great range from 20-120mm and adequate maximum aperture f/2.6 (T3). Its only downside is size and weight. It is 30cm long, it weights almost 5kg and has a 125mm front filter thread. A real beast. But it is better for me than any other the low priced PL mount primes.
500W spot light was the only source for second day shoot. Not out of necessity but as a choice. Her you can see it bounced from 1x2m Photoflex Light Panel.
Reversed rig made with C-stands, RigWheels dolly/slider. Worked like a charm. Director Edina giving the last instructions before the shoot to lead actress Vesna.
In association with AVdesign, Too Much Imagination and Studio Vajevec
The Far Side
WITH Vesna Kuzmic, Denys Bilash and Branden Garret
MUSIC COMPOSED by Tom Roshental
COSTUME DESIGNER Janja Videc
MAKE UP ARTIST Petra Kusterle
DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY Peter Prevec
WRITTEN BY Edina Dyachenko
DIRECTED BY Edina Dyachenko and Erik Margan
EDITED BY Erik Margan
METHOD ACTING COACH Janez Vajevec
SCRIPT SUPERVISOR Andrej Vajevec