What is so awesome about shooting in restaurants — good restaurants — is you get the satisfaction of a finely prepared meal without the guilt of paying for it. In fact, someone is paying you to eat it.
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On my first set, I needed something like a crew diagram to help me navigate through the set. And now I’ve created my own. I’ve taken five photos from various sets and labeled each one for your entertainment – or education.
Saying goodbye is always bittersweet, but was especially so on this film. I had felt mentored by many of the crew who had put up with my naiveté and as such I grew to become good friends with many of them over the course of the month.
I arrived on set for Day 1 early in the morning after a nice 40-minute commute to our location in Leesburg. I liked the drive, it gave me a chance to wake up and to consider everything. I had spent the night before pounding into my head as much as I could fit from my camera assistant’s “bible” and was ready to hit the ground running.
Announced on the Facebook fan page, “Ghosts Don’t Exist,” a film by DC-based production company 19th and Wilson, has signed a distribution deal with Echo Bridge Entertainment.
Yesterday was the premiere of Ghosts Don’t Exist, a feature film shot in Leesburg, VA and produced by 19th and Wilson, for which I was 2nd assistant camera (you can read part 1 of that story). The film was shown as the closing selection for the DC Independent Film Festival in the “Twilight Zone” session, sharing the time with two short films.
The following story is the first in a series of entries exploring Evan’s experience with his first job on a film set working as the 2nd Assistant Camera for “Ghosts Don’t Exist.” The series is divided into three parts: Pre-Production, Production and Aftermath. The “My Summer as a Camera Assistant” series will expand longer to the other films that Evan worked on.