On set for our new short film titled “The Specifics” written & directed by Salvatore Sutera. We worked with Billy Greene who owned a $126,000 steadicam rig that could hold over 85lb of weight. The Red Scarlet X is so light that the operator recommended to find ways of making the rig heavier.
It’s an awesome rig, flies very nicely, and I would say for anyone into this gear, it’s worth the investment as it will pay for itself in a few years for any single entity.
On July 10th – 12th, Kvibe Productions will be working on a short film titled “The Specifics” which will be directed by Salvatore Sutera. Majority of the shoot will be taken place in Hoboken, NJ. Right after that, from July 13th – 15th, we’ll be on Fire Island working on a short film titled “Blinded” which will be directed by Christian Vogeler. This film will be shot all on Fire Island in Long Island, NY. We have the honor of producing and presenting these two films. Why 2 films back to back you ask? It’s July and it’s the opportunity to capitalize on getting professional workers on our set during their break.
The camera we decided to go with will be the Red Scarlet X. The lenses we’ll be using will be the Zeiss CP2’s 18, 21, 25, 28, 35, 50, 85, 100. We are bringing a truck of grip equipment and going to have a medium size crew of 20 to make this film deliver the storytelling value it deserves.
We’ll be posting updates of BTS photos and video clips on our Facebook.com/kvibeproductions. Please make sure you visit the page for those updates.