Behind The Scenes Of Red Giant's 'Form 17'

Seth Worley, the director of ultimate short films, such as 'Plot Device' and 'Order Up' is back with another short film that he directed for Red Giant... 'Form 17'. The short film centers around a bomb defuser and his daughter while on a 'take your daughter to work day'. (Why couldn't my dad be a bomb defuser...or a unicorn whisperer?) In the behind the scenes look at the short film Seth goes over the writing process, the hectic filming schedule (aka: one day) and the post-production process. He also explains how he used PluralEyes from Red Giant to easily sync all of the audio.

Shot with a Canon 5D Mark III, a Canon 7D  and an iPhone using FiLMiC Pro. The audio was captured on a Tascam. They converted the footage to Apple Prores which they found to be easier to edit with in post production. Seth also lists off the creative if not hilarious titles they tried to come up with before settling on 'Form 17', the name of the form that the daughter uses to interview her dad.


Form 17 from Red Giant on Vimeo.

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"...a bomb diffuser..." do you mean defuser? (which still looks wrong lol)
Cool video.

You're probably right on the spelling. I'll have to fix it when I get to a computer. Thanks. :)