Enjoy this pitch-perfect spoof, a mashup of “shit directors say” and the concept of the “next video revolution” taken to absurdity.
Maybe it’s because I actually wrote an eBook entitled “Apple’s iPhone: The Next Video Revolution,” or I’ve got foreign (more properly: non-U.S.) filmmakers on the brain these days – or maybe not – but I thought this was hilarious.
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planetMitch note: I just had to add my appreciation of this incredibly fine piece of work. The next revolution indeed! [bctt tweet=”This is really really funny – film shot on Toyota Prius backup cam!”]
BEHIND THE SCENES: first feature film shot entirely on Prius backup camera
FINALLY, A MOVIE SHOT ENTIRELY ON A TOYOTA PRIUS BACKUP CAMERA
Via Reject Media:
Last week, Mad Max director George Miller mentioned in an interview with The Wall Street Journal that he’d like to shoot something on the iPhone. “I seriously would love to do something on the iPhone,” he said. “It’s really an interesting exercise. It’s so available now, if you have something to say. It won’t be on an iPhone, but it’s leaning in that direction.”
All over, filmmakers are looking for new and inventive ways to capture moments. And with the proliferation of digital video technology, this is becoming easier and easier. So how does one stand out when even Oscar-nominated filmmakers are thinking about shooting their next project on an iPhone?
You use the backup camera on a Toyota Prius.
Read full article at Reject Media “FINALLY, A MOVIE SHOT ENTIRELY ON A TOYOTA PRIUS BACKUP CAMERA”
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