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On Set: Fathers & Daughters – Executing Seamless One-Shot Sequences

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Copyright Info- Movie: Fathers and Daughters, Studio: Voltage Pictures, Director: Gabriele Muccino, Date: 2015

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We discuss the following:

• How we pulled it off
• Using my “Fist of Fury” developed shooting Act of Valor
• Rigging up a handheld monitor
• Using top light to give the camera freedom
• Making the lighting behind Katie cold and Cameron’s warm
• Shooting schedule for Day 12

This was the day that I had been looking forward to for a long time in our shooting schedule. The reason why is because I love to do sequences all in one shot. You all know my one shot wonders in Terminator Salvation. This scene in Fathers and Daughters was a wonderful new take on a beautiful one shot. This is what filmmaking is all about. When that shot was happening and we all sat around the monitor and watched it go down, you really saw the performances come out and how powerful it was. The emotion was absolutely immersive and everyone walked away from it saying, “Wow.”

2 reviews for On Set: Fathers & Daughters – Executing Seamless One-Shot Sequences

  1. 5 out of 5


    Can’t wait for Fathers & Daughters. This On Set post was amazing.

  2. 5 out of 5


    Amazing information, shows how powerful a continuous shot can be. I will definitely experiment with this in my next production. Thank You Shane.

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