Thursday, January 22, 2009

A Hammer Fell in Jerusalem: Anathema teaser!

I just did a quick teaser for the film.

And the poster art as well, because I'm a benevolent and loving Gan:

A Hammer Fell in Jerusalem: Anathema poster art


Marvin the Martian said...

Cool music. Couldn't really tell the plot from the teaser, though. I like the use of B&W. I have TCM on at my house all the time. I was watching "The Big Heat" (1954 I think) today. Beautiful cinematography.

Lori said...

Thank you! My brother did the music!

Yeah, there are a lot of reasons for the teaser being vague. Most of all it's a silent short film and I don't want give everything away. :D

Trevor Thompson said...

Hi Lori!!!

Lookin' good, unfortunately I'm at work right now so I can't hear the thing.

BTW, the hammer that fell. It isn't the hammer that dude was using in Life of Brian as Graham side-stepped him up the stairs, is it? Didn't think so.

So, are you using Final Cut, and if so, do you like it?

- trevor.

Lori said...

Hiya Trevor!

The teaser doesn't quite display how kick ass the footage looks. That shot at the end is a little more contrasty in the movie. I just have to finish the scratch track so my brother can edit the music together the way I want it to go, do a couple of special effects, double check the timing on the title cards, polish a few of the cuts, and then I should be done!

Yep, Final Cut. It's freakin' awesome. Don't get me wrong, I loved Avid and Vegas (haven't tried a recent version of Premiere), but Final Cut seems to flow a little better for me. They're essentially the same thing with similar layouts so it's not ease of use so much as I just like Final Cut more.