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Alexandoy

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Have you witnessed a shooting of a movie? I had the chance to be co-producer of a local movie in 2012. That’s where I learned the hardships of filmmaking. One scene takes several shots. For example, a scene where a guy and a girl were talking. The first shot is an angle showing the 2 of them. Next is an angle showing the close up of the guy who is talking then the close up of the girl who is talking. And perhaps there’s a long shot to show the background. That’s why it takes a long time to finish a movie because of the director’s call on the angles of the camera. FYI only.
 

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There was quite the buzz around town when they decided to film from scenes from a movie around here, but that was also about twenty or so years ago and I had no interest. I am not really sure people would get as excited as they used to, but still a little probably.
 

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