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    I used my F3 for visual effects and 2nd unit on "Are You There, Chelsea" for Warner Brothers/NBC and "Jesse" for Disney/ABC.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Carmine View Post
    I used my F3 for visual effects and 2nd unit on "Are You There, Chelsea" for Warner Brothers/NBC and "Jesse" for Disney/ABC.
    Great. Are those TV series? Movies? Made for TV movies?

    (Not the same as "Made in Chelsea" is it?)


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    Both "Are You There, Chelsea" and "Jesse" are 30 minute comedies on American Network TV. "Are You There, Chelsea" will be a mid season replacement based on Chelsea Handlers book which will air in prime time.


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    Updated first post. Thank you.


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    We used the F3 alongside Red on 'This is England 88' Seriale which airs on C4 next week. It will probably be the main Camera on the Stone Roses Feature Length Documentary now we have the Slog upgrade.
    Last edited by tankbullock; 12-09-2011 at 10:54 PM.


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    I updated the first post for 'This is England 88'. Please let me know when the Stone Roses doc is done.

    Just as an aside Zach Zamboni told me they are switching to S-Log on No Reservations and may use it in certain situations for The Layover.


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    Here is mine:
    The Awakened shot in October 2011 with the F3 with mostly RED 18-85mm to KiPro Mini. Currently working on the titles. For release in early 2012
    Here is more:THE AWAKENED FILMOfficial launch of our website! Go to the page and don't forget to like it, follow us on twitter and demand that the film be brought to your town!http://www.theawakenedfilm.com/trailer

    Trailer | THE AWAKENED
    www.theawakenedfilm.com

    God Bless,
    Douglas Villalba
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    Hey Douglas, How are you liking the 18x85, now that you've done a full movie and used the Mini. Still digging it? Any annoying things about it. Is it very sharp, after seeing it in a edit bay on a nice editing monitor (for weeks at a time, I'm sure..)etc. Still on the fence about getting one.
    Would like to see some nice stills if you get the chance.

    Trailer is a great grabber!

    Thanks, J
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    It is sharp, it is heavy, it is big. If you don't mind that and have between 1 and $2k to support it then get it. I couldn't have made full feature in the time and location that we did.
    You can see some stills on the following link if you go down to one of my replies, but forum jpgs suck. http://www.dvxuser.com/V6/showthread...438-New-Teaser

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    Thanks.
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