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Old 11-27-2014, 05:46 PM   #1
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"Trinket" epic fantasy/adventure short!



Synopsis:

When her little sister finds a mysterious Trinket in the woods, Amber is forced into an adventure beyond imagination. To survive, she must find a hidden gateway, free a lonely wizard, and confront a powerful and desperate sorcerer.

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Development for Trinket started in 2012 and began production after a successful IndieGoGo campaign, raising little over $3600. Production lasted for seven days over the course of six months with post-production taking over a year to complete. I wrote, directed, edited, did sound-design as well as all of the visual effects for the film.

I spent just a little over $4,600 to produce the short film. It was shot on Canon T2i with the Magic Lantern software (not RAW), shot entirely with a Rokinon 35mm Lens. Sound was captured using Rode Microphones. The film was edited on Adobe Premiere Pro, VFX shots done entirely inside of After Effects, utilizing assets from VideoCopilot, Rampant Design, as well as my own original content.

Color-Correction + Grade was done by Casey Faris (caseyfaris.com) and was finalized with Film Convert and VisionColor's M31 LUT.

The original music is by Nathan Allen Pinard.

Starring: Peter Anthony Holden, Madeleine Young, Hunter O'Guinn, and Abigail Young.
Executive Producers: Kym Cornett, D.L. Watson
Associate Producers: Richard Hart, Brian Wardell
Casting: Kate Young, D.L. Watson
Audio: Nick Blacketer
Makeup: Juliette Sanchez

WATCH IT HERE: http://www.trinketshort.com

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