Friday, December 7, 2012

Meredith (short film)



A man confesses an indiscretion to his wife.  She retorts. 

This short was shot on a Canon 60D (except for the opening shot of the calendar which was the Sony NEX 5n) and edited on Sony Vegas Pro 10.  Three man crew, two cast members and one slightly furnished apartment.  Let me know what you think.

10 comments:

Kate Morgan said...

Well done! Love the story line. Well written, good acting, good use of camera work. Good lighting. It takes a lot of effort to write, produce and execute a pro looking film. Love all the camera angles...it flows. :-) Keep up the good work!

Anonymous said...

Great film!
Its amazing how a simple film can be done very well.

Bill said...

Nice job! I love a good twist on a story and you pulled this one off great! I figured it would end in some kind of twist but I didn't see this one coming and that was great entertainment! Thanks for sharing.

Anonymous said...

The story rules! Funny thing is I believe in research!

Dave Esposito said...

Pretty damn good!
Way to go Scott!

Daniel said...

Great job Scott! I really liked it.

Rick Gates said...

Good job Scott! The lighting was good... I liked the story line and the twist was nice. The audio sounded fine. I thought the lighting was also good. One thing though... it didn't always feel like it was night-time. For instance, the light behind the blinds made me think it was daytime.

But great job overall... keep 'em coming!

Jim Talbot Online said...

Excellent story, acting, directing, filming, pacing, lighting, opening credits ... Excellent Everything
Jim Talbot

Anonymous said...

Loved it! Simple, yet engaging. The acting is goog too.

Louis

thaDocumentor said...

Now you got me thinking, who is it? Meredith II, Great lighting, and the sound editing is super...pro...

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