Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey asked Sunday Town to document their concert event Ludwig. This new arrangement of Beethoven’s 3rd and 6th symphonies including Jacob Fred’s quartet (lap steel, bass, drums and piano) into the 44 piece orchestra.
As part of a feature length documentary showing the historic performance mixed with interviews, rehearsals and behind the scenes video showing the build up to this one time event.
The concert was shot with 10 Canon DSLR’s, mostly 5D mkII. The audio was recorded using a mobile recording studio truck with 42 tracks.
This short preview for The Dowry of the Meek showcases some of Hoa’s darker moments as well as some of the score from our upcoming documentary.
As part of a public launch for a primarily militarily supplier we were contracted by Pivot Films to make a video showcasing the company’s products. This armored truck video is probably the favorite. Shot over 2 days on a test track in Virginia using two Canon 7Ds and two Zoom H4n’s with a bunch of lavalieres and a Rode NTG-3 to record the gun sounds.
The goal was to create a hyper real and dramatic look to all the exterior shots to contrast them with the cold black and steel look of the interior shots.
It was an amazing time as you can see from the video. It was also well received and reviewed by the press.
Here is a Variety review of Biker Fox.