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Old 09-09-12, 09:38 PM
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[NWS] Starving In Hollywood - a skit comedy variety show I've been working on

So I hope this is ok with forum rules (and mods feel free to move/delete if necessary), but I recently started working on Starving in Hollywood, an awesome edgy skit comedy variety show. We just finished the first four episodes and edited a little teaser, so I wanted to share my work with my fellow bikers We've got it all:

Men in Bikinis?

CHECK!

Satan?

CHECK!

Party Buses?

CHECK!

Here is our IndieGoGo campaign and a rough teaser from assembly footage. Contains a bit of crude language but nothing too obscene:

https://vimeo.com/48374051
You can also find tons more stills and production photos at our Facebook Page, but here's a few of my favorites:






I am just the humble DP on the team, but I got involved since I genuinely found the script hilarious, and our main actors superb! So, fellow BikeForumers, check it out, spread the word, and feel free to donate a few bucks if it tickles your fancy. Your support is much appreciated!
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Oh and here's a few more production shots, including me as half man, half wheelchair, half dolly


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LOL! Where do you perform?
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I don't, I'm the director of photography, so I handle the camera and lighting, making sure things look pretty I'm in the last photo, in the wheelchair. But we were talking about some skits I could potentially act in, would definitely love to give it a shot
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Fun!

That is one fancy, state of the art studio you're working in.
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I'm confused, what does this have to do with the National Weather Service?
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Originally Posted by ahsposo View Post
Fun!

That is one fancy, state of the art studio you're working in.
Heh, we actually got really lucky with our locations. The greenscreen shot is our friend's apartment which is actually awesome - each room has a whole different vibe to it, and there's so much interesting stuff the guy (actor and former projectionist) collected that it makes brilliant "sets" for a variety show like ours He was super laid back about it too - "oh you want to transform living room into greenscreen space and leave it for a few days? no problem! btw I do have a few 650w halogen lights in the back if you need more light."

Lewis Brian, Brilliant, brilliant man; he's the one playing Satan and holding the gun.


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I'm confused, what does this have to do with the National Weather Service?
Not Work Safe But mentioning weather, first day of shoot was all outdoors stuff and, of course, it was the one and only day in the whole month in LA where it decided to rain. Good times...
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