'El cÃ ³ nsul of Sodom', Atma ³ sfera surrounding en Super 16mm
With photography by José David Montero, the new film Monleón Sigfrid was shot in Super 16mm Kodak Vision film.
Controversy The Consul of Sodom, and one of the most anticipated releases first year, presented on screen quite naturally and the poet's life rawness Jaime Gil de Viedma (1929-1990), a key member of the Generation of 50. The EPC Sensor some details of his work in this film inspired by his biography on the poet Miguel Dalmau.
The Consul of Sodom febrebro was shot during March and April of last year, eight weeks on location in Barcelona and Madrid and then continue for two intensive weeks in the Philippines in Manila.
With these visual references, the logical choice was shooting in film support and chose Super 16mm format.
To finish creating the dreamy atmosphere pursuing, chose very clear objectives such as the Ultra Prime and the Arri / Zeiss Ultra 16, which made up for the lack of definition caused putting average, says the cinematographer.
On the use of the camera, the whole film is raised on a small crane with minimal movement.
The entire film was shot with the Arriflex 416 Plus in Spain, except for one day also used to support the Arriflex SR3.
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