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  • Red Green Blue - Czech Feature Film

    Hi All. I am an English filmmaker currently producing and directing a Czech Language film starring legends of Czech Cinema: Ondrej Vetchy, Jiri Schmitzer, Jan Kacer, Josef Somr and others, based in Prague. Red Green Blue is a psychological thriller, Pulp Fiction meets Irreversible and Memento, based in Prague. We have shot over 1/3 of the film, at 4K and 5K UHD on the Red Epic and plan to finish shooting in March/April. We're currently searching for funding to finalise the film (it's truly independent and low budget :) ). For now I thought you all might like to take a look at the trailer :)

    RGB Trailer:


    I'd love to hear from anyone intereted in coproduction, or just your experiences in low budget/high quality film making. Or any feedback on the trailer would be appreciated :) Thanks

    RGB: THE MOVIE
    http://www.facebook.com/redgreenbluefilm
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PJoJMF63Z8c
    http://www.redgreenblue.cz
    http://www.facebook.com/redgreenbluefilm

  • #2
    AWESOME!! Love the style and look of it! Keeping tabs on this one :)
    http://leealexander.weebly.com/

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    • #3
      Paul Dean, I embedded your video for you, you should do so to increase your viewers here and get more reviews. Many people don't like to open new windows :)

      See the FAQ to learn how to do that.


      Watching now!
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      • #4
        I enjoyed it! I have always wanted to produce a film that was a second language to me. This is really cool you are doing this and what a fun challenge! I hope you can find someone local to partner up with you!

        Nick
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        • #5
          Thanks guys,
          Actually, I don't speak Czech at all. It's quite a liberating experience. It helps having amazing actors you know you can trust - but it also means I find myself concentrating on emotion, pace, camera angles and framing without worrying too much about words (which can sometimes be a distraction).The reason the film is in Czech is because I wanted the best actors available and I didn't want them to have to do bad english accents :)

          Just as a test, I did the 48 hour film project last year in Prague, where I wrote, directed, edited (and incidentally did all the original music) in 48 hours - in Czech! It turned out ok, though not my best effort. You can see it here:



          (hope the embed worked :) )
          http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PJoJMF63Z8c
          http://www.redgreenblue.cz
          http://www.facebook.com/redgreenbluefilm

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