Some cultists putting in work during a midnight ritual. As you can see, they are out in some creepy looking forest in the middle of nowhere, lighting their ritual candles. That wicked looking knife can only be for some nefarious purpose. This scene was as intense to film as it will be to watch. Our cast and crew will never forget the pitch black forest and the monstrous spiders that crawled into all our gear while we were filming. More details on this shoot coming later, including lighting setup and the adventure we had making this scene.
August 19, 2014
More Photos from our Lovecraft Short Film
I'm a filmmaker working to get a small studio off the ground. If you want to know more about our projects, or if you want to become involved, send me a message and SUPPORT OUR KICKSTARTER! On this blog I'll talk about the film(s) we're working on, as well as give general insight into the techniques, equipment, and day to day experiences running a small production company. I'll also talk about films that have inspired me or that I've enjoyed recently. View all posts by Yog-Sothoth
This entry was posted on Tuesday, August 19th, 2014 at 12:50 pm and tagged with August Derleth, Behind the Scenes, camera, camera angles, camera basics, camera work, canon 5d mark iii, Clark Ashton Smith, Cthulhu, Cthulhu Mythos, cult leader, cultist, Film, film equipment, Film Production, Great Old Ones, H.P. Lovecraft, Haunter of the Dark, Horror, Horror Fiction, horror film, How to Light a Scene, Independent Film, Indie Film, kickstarter, Lighting, Lighting Film, Lovecraft, making a short film, Nyarlathotep, Outer Gods, post production, Robert E. Howard, Shadow over Innsmouth, short film, The Crawling Chaos and posted in Cthulhu Mythos, Film, Film Production, Horror, Lovecraft, Short Film. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed.