The Cinematography for Improvisation panel that I moderated was a blast — and, while I felt like it was a success, the one hour we had to dig in flew by. I personally could have listened to Andrew Reed, Allison Bohl, and Justin Molotnikov talk shop for another couple of hours. There were easily 100 people in the crowd on a Monday afternoon and the feedback after the panel was very positive.
Here are the links, as promised:
Crying With Laughter — Justin showed clips from this film, which had its North American Premiere at SXSW.
Synchronicity Films is Claire Mundell and Justin Molotnikov’s production company. For those of you that attended the panel, Claire sat near the front of the room and shared some thoughts from the audience.
Finally, the improv film webisodes from the Wickerman Music festival that Justin briefly mentioned can be found at www.wickerman.tv.
“Blessed Be, Honey Bee” — This is the music video that we saw behind-the-scenes stills for, but which we didn’t have a chance to screen during the panel. Allison directed and shot this video.
Allison’s reel is also on Vimeo. The reel features, among other things, selected shots/scenes from “People of Earth” the feature that Allison showed a clip from on the panel.
I Always Do My Collars First – website for Allison’s first documentary
Quiet City — Andrew showed a clip from this film, which had its World Premiere at SXSW in 2007.
Cold Weather is the new film by Aaron Katz, shot by Andrew Reed. The trailer can be found here.
Paul Harrill (moderator)
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