New short film from Insane LLama! Titled ‘Card Play’ and Featuring: Eliot Schultz, Zach Williamson, plus Mike Pinkerton.
Three guys get involved in a high stakes game of cards, with each card flip building the tension even more.
Camera: Sony A7s with an Atomos Shogun
Lens: Rokinon 85mm T1.5 Cine lens
Sound: Rode NTG-3 to a Tascam DR-40
We had actually shot this film back in early January and were pretty far in post-production before I (Evan) had to turn my attention to my senior thesis films. Well after a grueling month and a half of thesis work I was able to return to Card Play this past weekend. The film had been our first time making anything after a semi-long break and was intended to prepare us for the other big January film we were making: ‘Communication’. We also used the shoot to test out our newest lens we had obtained: the Rokinon 85mm T1.5 Cine lens.
In that case pretty much the entire film was shot with that lens and it turned out great! I had to get use to the smaller space to work with but the more we shot the easier it was. Give the film a watch and tell us what you think, we love feedback. You can watch it through the Youtube link below or simply on the embedded video also below. Enjoy!
Link To Short Film – Card Play
It’s been awhile but Insane LLama actually has a new short film! ‘The Photoshoot’.
Post took much longer on this than expected with some complicated errors popping up; but it finally worked and it’s here for everyone to see.
Mike goes to Eliot for some acting head shots and the experience isn’t what he was expecting.
Featuring: Eliot Schultz and Mike Pinkerton.
Feedback is appreciated, especially since we haven’t been at this for awhile. Consider subscribing to the Insane LLama Youtube channels for future videos or maybe follow this blog so you will be updated when new videos or whatever else we have come up. As always, enjoy!
Link To Video – The Photoshoot
I’ve been busy this past week making movie posters for all of Insane LLama’s big short films. These are the planned scripted short films we make that take months of preparation with pre-production, etc.
Starting with ‘Black Dream’ earlier this year I started to make movie posters for our short films, especially since I found out our own Mike Pinkerton has printing rights to our schools industrial printer. There’s something cool about seeing a movie poster for your own film hanging on your wall. It inspires you to make the next one even bigger and better.
Anyway, here’s all 8 of the posters in order from when the short was released. Enjoy!