In charge of the 360 stitching postproduction.
A short VR drama, based on real events by Assaf Machnes.
Official selection: Venice Int Film Festival – Biennale 2018 VR competition, Festival Du Nouveau Cinema’s Montreal, Adelaide Film Festival, Haifa Int Film festival and more.
Abraham, a young Israeli soldier, Jewish of Ethiopian origins, is guarding the borderline along with a fellow rookie. When Abraham is left alone for a few minutes, he faces an impossible dilemma.
Based on true events, Borderline tells a short VR story, allowing its audience to experience the hero’s uncertainty in the middle of the desert.
My first born child, a fiction VR short film.
More info: https://julianasoup.com/the-vox-vr-short-film/
This is a promo video for the MAGUSS GAME APP, for which I did the postproduction. Also, I contributed with the two 360 shots, min 00:23 to 00:28, as it was a suitable fantasy world transition. For that, I had to shoot the 360 on location and include it to the edit.
Low budget, tied schedule, plenty of testing + including assets onto the rushes to help tell the story. Worked with a lovely team, who we all gave our all.
Personally, I wouldn’t call it a “fan-made” video. It’s a PROMO video.
FAN vs. PROMO
This weekend I was visiting my home town, and while walking by Plaza del Castillo I came across one of my 360 photographs. This photograph was for San Fermin 2016 photography competition.
The very well known ‘Chupinazo’ marks the beginning of San Fermin Festival of Pamplona, BUT the ‘Pobre de Mi’ (‘Poor Me’) indicates the end of this unique festivity which fills Pamplona up with people from all over the globe, bulls and music.
At ‘Poor Me’ people gather in front of Pamplona’s Town Hall minutes before and after 12a.m. on 14th July to sing the traditional song: “Poor me, poor me, because the San Fermín festivity has ended”. After 12a.m. the crowd takes their red ‘pañuelico’ (kerchief) off their neck and wave it while singing.
On this competition, I was finalist not winner. Poor me that did not win. Please, check out the winners 2016.
Special thanks to Mikel Muruzabal.
This is a 360 Christmas Greetings Video we made at work last year.
Remembering that day we spent buying the costumes, shooting and editing the video, and overall, pissing ourselves laughing, is worth the effort.
Best wishes to everyone.
Shot in Pamplona, Spain.
Camera: Izugar z2x.