Our First Cut

We’ve got a long way to go before we cross the finish line, but as of today we have a first cut of the whole film. Beginning, middle, end. And it’s got us pretty damn excited.

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Video Diary: Getting the Shot

For obvious reasons, Steven didn’t have much time to keep up with his video diaries while we were on set. But we did manage to get this one in, where he walks you through how to make a “simple” shot that’s way more complicated than it looks.

Watch the 3D version here.


Production Update: Week 2 Highlights

Week Two Highlights are here! Featuring calisthenics, dancing, donuts, brotherly moments, and more. Come watch what’s been going on behind the scenes.

Don’t forget to log in to see the 3D version.


OMNIception Visits FF3D Set

Last Friday, OMNIception paid a visit to the set of Found Footage 3D with this nifty looking rig:

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What they’ve done is assemble 12 GoPros to get a complete spherical view of everything around the camera. This can be used not just for stills, but also to shoot entire scenes, and Found Footage 3D is one of the first to make use of this technology.

Log in to the Backstage area to see the OMNIception stills. The video will be available soon.


OMNIception/Oculus Rift Still

Last Friday, OMNIception paid a visit to the set of Found Footage 3D with their OmniView Explorer, a 3D GoPro rig that allows for immersive video experience.

Here’s a first look at the FF3D set with the OmniView Explorer. This is best viewed with an Oculus Rift VR Headset, but since most people don’t have those, you might try an iPhone or iPad, so you can put yourself in the middle and look around.

At some point we’ll have an actual scene to show you. Stay tuned.


Production Update: Week 1 Highlights

The first week of filming for Found Footage 3D was long and exciting, and now we’ve compiled some of our favorite moments for you guys to see. You’ll get an exclusive look at the cast and crew both on and off set.

Watch the 3D version here.


Falling Behind and Catching Back Up

We hit some pretty major snags yesterday.  The entire day centered around only two shots, both of which went spectacularly wrong, with a major continuity error on one and an effects gag that failed to perform as required on the second. But we got what we needed for our VFX wizard Trevor Harris to fix the latter digitally in post-production, and because we are so far ahead of schedule, we were able to reshoot the other scene today.

It’s a testament to our amazing cast and crew that things are chugging along so smoothly.  Even when we get thrown a serious curveball, like we did yesterday, we’re able to roll with it and get what we need.



Special Effects

Today we had our first special effects shot of the film.

We’re incredibly lucky to have Everett Byrom III as our special effects supervisor. Everett’s worked on dozens of major films, including Dante’s Peak, Armageddon, Jurassic Park III, and the Spy Kids franchise. And true to form, he knocked it out of the park.

We won’t go into too many details, but we got the whole thing in one take, kept everything safe, scared our neighbors from half a mile away, and left a heck of a mess for our art department to clean up:

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Picture’s Up

Picture’s up on Found Footage 3D! Early Sunday morning cast and crew arrived at the home of our Executive Producer Joe Woskow in Austin, TX, which was our first location (Derek’s home). Despite the grey weather and a few delays, the hard work of the cast and crew kept production ahead of schedule and then some, letting us shoot an extra two hours of improv scenes.

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