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Home: Behind the Scenes

When writer/director Jono Oliver set out to shoot his independent film, “Home,“ he knew he had only twenty days for this low-budget guerrilla production. With the Cinema EOS C300, and the 30-300mm Cinema Zoom lens his production team had the flexibility to shoot in cramped spaces and low-light situations, as they followed the tale of a troubled father struggling with mental illness, and trying to forge a bond with his son. Join us in this behind the scenes short, with Oliver, as well as producer Daniela Barbosa and cinematographer Sung Rae Cho, who share their experiences on set.


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