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On Set: Fathers & Daughters – Using a Dolly to Block a Scene

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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:

  • Using two dollies to establish and match shots at the same time
  • How I used hard sunlight to create a semi-silhouette
  • Why I used low angles and a slider to create a character’s “golden” moment
  • Finding creative ways to stay on schedule with difficult scenes

Thanks to Musicbed for the track “Violet” by the Icelanders.

This is the last in the series of On Set With Shane from Fathers and Daughters, and it was one of the most challenging days to complete. We got creative using three camera set-ups and something I had never done before- dueling dollies! We put both cameras, one on each dolly, and pushed in simultaneously to get the establishing shot as well as matching overs. Includes:

2 reviews for On Set: Fathers & Daughters – Using a Dolly to Block a Scene

  1. 5 out of 5


    Thanks for the post Shane. I like how you take the challenge of the talent being moved and turn it into a positive! So often we can get negative about last minute changes and let that get under our skin instead of rolling with it. I think that can be the difference between being good and great!

  2. 5 out of 5


    Looks like being prepared and flexible saved the day. I have been saying that I am fluid as flexible is too rigid! Shane I really love when you share these practical experiences!

    Rock on,

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