Tag Archives: DV

Expendable

This was a film I worked on several years ago.  I was recommended to help out on this project through my friends Liisa Crume and Danni Rascon, both of whom I have worked with on several other projects, Liisa mostly though.

This was a super fun project, though I wasn’t able to make it to all of the shoot dates.  It was co-written and directed by David Malki !, who, I was supprised to find out, had quite a fanbase.  Most of the other people helping on the film signed up on his website to help and they had never worked on a film before, pretty awesome.

David Malki ! is known for his “Wondermarkcomic strips.  If you haven’t read any, I would definitely take a minute and jump over to his site, you’ll get hooked.  David is also quite active on Twitter, so, when you get to his site, you should follow his Twitter feed as well.

This film was shot as a short in hopes to build interest to fund a feature length film of the same story.

It was shot on the Canon XL2 MiniDV camera.  I was fortunate enough to be asked to be the 1ST AC on the film.

Cheers!

– The Bradical

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Avner – “JANUARY”

Avner was shot in Laguna Hills, CA.  in 2007. This was a live performance shoot.

Shot on Canon GL1 & GL2

DV 480i

Edited on Final Cut Pro

Shot by Brad Harris.

Edited by Brad Harris.

Avner – “STELLA”

Avner was shot in Laguna Hills, CA.  in 2007. This was a live performance shoot.

Shot on Canon GL1 & GL2

DV 480i

Edited on Final Cut Pro

Shot by Brad Harris.

Edited by Brad Harris.

Thorazine

Thorazine was shot at ATEP, the Marine Air Base in Tustin, CA.  in 2005.

Shot on Panasonic DVX

DV 480i

Edited on Final Cut Pro

Written and Directed by Jason Hooper.

Cinematography by Brad Harris.

30 Seconds

30 Seconds was shot at Saddleback College in Mission Viejo, CA.  in 2004. It was shot and edited in 2 days to be entered into the Newport Beach Film Festival and has played in many others.

Shot on Canon GL1 & XL1.

DV 480i

Edited on Final Cut Pro

TRT 8:20

Written and Directed by Robert Hoover.

Cinematography by Brad Harris. Edited by Brad Harris.

Voyeur Teaser Trailer

Let’s go to at least the semi-beginning.

Voyeur was the first film shot at ATEP, the Marine Air Base in Tustin, CA.  in 2002.

Written and Directed by Robert Hoover.

Shot on Canon GL1 & XL1.

DV 480i

Edited on Final Cut Pro

Cinematography by Brad Harris. Edited by Brad Harris.