Missing - My Rode Reel 2017

The Actor Shack
ジャンル: アクション ドラマ

使用したRØDE製品:

NTG3
DeadWombat
Blimp
invisiLav

詳細:

Confused and lost, Alice is running for her life from a strange man intent on catching her. Something is not right, something is missing. Will Alice figure out the truth before it's too late?


The Actor Shack

Jack De Vos

Writer
Boom Operator

Sam Ward

Director
Colourist
Script Editor

Tom Forrister

Director of Photography
Editor
Camera Operator
Composer
Script Editor
Producer

James Scriven

Director of Photography
Sound Recordist
Composer
Sound Design
Script Editor

Sam Lawrence

Actor
Assistant Editor
Script Editor

Ricarda Mauckner

2nd Assistant Camera
Makeup Artist
Costume Supervisor

Richard Seager

1st Assistant Camera

Imogen Morris

Actor

Jane Hayward

Actor

Diane Forrister

Catering
Host
Supporting Artist

Pauline Lawrence

Catering
Host
Supporting Artist

Adrian Lewis

Catering
Host
Supporting Artist

Roger Lawrence

Catering
Host
Supporting Artist

Abbie Lawrence

Location Manager

Penny Seager

Catering
Host
Artist Liaison

We filmed 'Missing' over two days in the seaside town of Weston-super-Mare.

We used the Rode NTG3 shotgun microphone for all our dialogue. We love this mic because of its high sensitivity and low noise. It's also really robust which always gives you peace of mind on location.

We used the NTG3 in conjunction with our Rode Blimp and Dead Wombat. This really helped to reduce our wind and handling noise. This was particularly necessary when shooting on the windy seafront and beach. The blimp is also extremely light weight, easier on the arms for those long shoot days.

We also hired in a set of radio mics and recorded all our audio to a Zoom F8 recorder.

Unfortunately, in the final scene (our emotional climax), our audio was compromised by an Elvis impersonator performing at a nearby hotel. To get clean enough dialogue we decided to try our hand at some ADR. We set up a makeshift sound booth using blankets, duvets and some sound proof foam and used our NTG3 to try and match our on location dialogue. Our actors were able to see and hear the original capture to try and match their on location performance.

We then had to record wild tracks and foley. We mixed all these tracks with some of our original audio in logic.
Finally we composed some original music to enhance our chase scene and then arranged a version of 'Parting Glass' (the song sung at the end of the film) for a string quartet to underpin our emotional climax.