I'm in the final stages of post-production for my upcoming feature film – Splitting Bethany. The film follows the life of Jack Anderson, a recovering addict who is struggling with a failed marriage and pregnancy with his wife Bethany, who has a severe borderline personality disorder.
The film was in 14 days last fall over the course of a month. All main shots were taken with a single chopped GH2 with different lenses. In particular, I used a nice set of Zeiss primes and many lenses from my own kit, including the SLR Magic 12mm 1.6. It was an interesting experience when I was directing the film, which I hadn't done before for a feature film.
Both the trailer and the film itself were cut on FCPX and I had an excellent experience with the software. More on this in a future blog.
Here is the teaser:
Noam Kroll is an award-winning filmmaker from Los Angeles and founder of the boutique production house Creative Rebellion. His work can be seen at international film festivals, on network television and in various publications around the world. Follow Noam on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook for more content like this!