Jon Yi has had some amazing fun with the Canon EOS C300 – I'm sure you'll remember we were the first to post “Canon EOS C300 “awesome” video by Jon Yi” and then we interviewed Jon live (see the podcast archive)!
Now, Jonathan and Sam Goetz have directed a music video for “Math the Band” and they've also sent us the behind the scenes video (and you're the first to see it!).
MATH THE BAND “Four To Six”
And the BTS
Some BTS screenshots
Jon sent along a boat load of screen grabs from the video – way too many to post here, but here are a couple:
Directed by Jonathan Yi and Sam Goetz.
MATH THE BAND will be touring in support of Andrew WK's "I Get Wet Tour" all across America this March and April. More info about the band can be found at facebook.com/maththeband
Cast: Chris Cipriano, Jeff Williams, Kevin Steinhauser, Justine Mainville, Joe Gannon, James Gannon, Mary Perrino, Peter Brown
Production Company: Decoupage Productions
Producers: Tara Power and Joselyn Allen
Assistant Director: Michael Haertlein
Production Assistants: Mike Goetz and Kengo Hioki
Director of Photography: Jonathan Yi
Assistant Camera (Canon C300): Mary Perrino
Red Epic Operator: Seth Hagenstein
Editor: Sam Goetz
Colorist: Colin Travers
Production Designer: James Gannon
Special FX: Joanna Tillman
Pyrotechnic: Jeff Moratti
Visual Art and Projection: Don Miller
Production Sound: Matt Bryant
Post Sound Design and Mix: Dan Dzula
Made possible with help from Canon USA, eyepatch productions and Corwin Carroll.
Thanks: Tommy Brown, Canon USA (Sophia Iguchi, Rich Eilers and Larry Thorpe), Corwin Carroll, Expand the Room (James Cole), eyepatch productions (Lynn Roer, David Zellerford, John Swofford, Moitri Ghosh, Joanne Golden, Ken Meyer), Matt Ferrin, Film Biz Recycling, Mike Goetz, Seth Hagenstein, Ben Kim, Justin Knowles, Mindcastle (Casey Warren), Robert at New Era Suits Factory Outlet, Park Slope Computers, Will Robertson, Skanska (Julia Maxwell), 2 Rector (Jimmy Rizzi and Jerry Prickett), Vimeo (Dan Hayek and Champ Ensminger), Paul Yee, Zacuto (Jens Bogehegn)
Special Thanks: Chief Inspector James Lauer and FDNY
Shot on a prototype Canon Cinema EOS C300
Additional explosion coverage angles shot with Red Epic and Canon XF305
After the release of "Canon EOS C300 = Awesome" (vimeo.com/jonyi/c300), Canon USA allowed me to shoot "whatever I wanted" on a newer prototype C300 in January. I wanted it to be as weird as possible, so I made this with my friend Sam and enlisted some friends. We hope you like it.
What do you think?
(cover photo credit: snap from the video)