In Praise of Shadows, Cinematography, and Time to Time

The light is not so much manipulated as it is perfectly controlled. I don’t think it is possible to manipulate light perfectly outdoors, but it is possible to manipulate light to a certain extent indoors by blocking out all ambient light. What should be praised, however, are the unintended effects of changes in time and place that cannot be captured intentionally, and I do not necessarily believe that a beautiful visual world can be created if everything is done exactly as thought out in the mind.

A Narrative Film Form as a Promotional Tool | August 2021

At 99.999% of its occasions film festivals are places to show your own film by paying fees for it. No, you must be “chosen” to show your film to the audience. Twenty years ago, the festivals were the only way to show independent films to a wide range of audiences whom you’ve never met. Today, […]

Okay, we made a film | March 2021

My long lasting ambition is to make narrative films. When? Well, I’m actually doing it. I have made one recently.  We had the first private screening in Osaka this January. The head photo is the theater in Higashiosaka named Higashiosaka Cultural Creation Hall. In early 2019, I organized a team for this film from early […]

DFS’s Coming Research Service: Newly Added in 2019

Today I’m writing about research phase in video productions, especially for commercial and corporate. Traditionally, filmmaking can be divided into three steps: Pre-Production, Production, Post Production. Yeap, it’s basic but pretty important to know about this process. It’s a blue print of all productions regardless of any video genre. My questions is: In which phase […]