"Other People's Heads" -Steven Winterhalter
Epic Dragon with Leica Summilux-C primes, Angenieux 24-290 and Fujinon 19-90 Cabrio zooms.
"Ten More" - Brad Riddell
Epic Dragon with Cooke Mini S4 and Ziess CP2 primes.
"Homesick" - Al Benoit
Epic Dragon and Epic-X with Kowa Prominar Anamorphic and Ziess CP2 Super Speed primes.
"Gardening at Night" - Shayna Connelly
Epic-X with Canon K35 primes.
"WORSEBEHAVIOUR" - Peter Campbell
Epic Dragon with Lomo Anamorphic primes.
"Emma" - Al Benoit
Epic Dragon with Cooke Speed Panchro primes.
"We Were Monsters and Detectives" - Al Benoit
Sony F55 and Epic-X with Schnieder Cine-Xenar III and Ziess CP2 primes.
Directed by Stephen Winterhalter
"If a coin comes down heads, that means that the possibility of its coming down tails has collapsed. Until that moment the two possibilities were equal. But on another world, it does come down tails. And when that happens, the two worlds split apart."
Shot in one day with a budget of $60.
Writer/Director - Al Benoit
Director of Photography - Jonah Rubash
Editor - Nathan Laolagi
Sound Designer - Nicholas Price
Composer - Katrina Zemrak
VFX Artist - Cole Christopher
Damian Conrad Davis
Written & Directed by Al Benoit
Director of Photography: Jonah Rubash
Production Design: Al Benoit
Sound: Anthony Mariotto
Gaffer: Chris Owsiany
1st AC: Jason Woodward
Make Up: Taylor Benoit
Direct by Al Benoit and shot between Los Angeles and the Bay Area on the Canon C100 with CN-E Primes.
Al Benoit directs Matt Pratt in the classic Mamet monologue. Shot on the Sony F55 and Schneider Xenon FF primes.
Based on the poem by Al Benoit. Shot on Epic Dragon with TLS Cooke Speed Panchro Primes.
C500 and Dual Gemini 444 recorders shooting 120fps in DPX 422.
C500 and Dual Gemini 444 recorders shooting 120fps in 4K Half Raw.
Corey Lillard and I test Canon K35 Primes with a couple of Sony F55s.
Nina Portillo and I take the C500 and KiPro Quad for a spin to check out the 4K Pro Res.