Flytrap  (2015)

Flytrap 2.67/5 3 Votes

Motion Picture  |  2D  |  HD Project  |  Color  |  1.85:1  |  81 Minutes

The movie Flytrap,
released in 2015 and directed by Stephen David Brooks, was shot on digital using Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera and Angenieux 24-240 f2.6 Zoom Lens with David R. Hardberger as cinematographer and editing was done on the Adobe Premiere Editing System.

Flytrap Technical Specifications

Starring | Jeremy Crutchley, Gabrielle Stone, Jonah Blechman, Ina-Alice Kopp

Directed by | Stephen David Brooks

Cinematography by | David R. Hardberger

Written by | Stephen David Brooks, Stephen David Brooks

Acquisition
Digital Cinema
Cameras
Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera
Lenses
Angenieux 24-240 f2.6 Zoom Lens
Lens Manufacturer
Angenieux
Camera Aperture
Super 16 Camera Aperture
Lighting
ARRI HMI Lighting
ARRI Lighting
Near Location Services
Dailies
Editing
Capture – Resolution
1920×1080 – (1.78:1) Capture Resolution
Post Production Resolution
1998×1080 Post Resolution
Sound Systems
Dolby Digital
Dolby Digital 5.1
Audio Recording
Microphones
Sennheiser Microphones
Sennheiser MKH 416 Microphone
Audio Finishing
Avid Pro Tools Finishing
Surround Sound
Surround 5.1
Audio Sample Rate
48 kHz Sample Rate
Audio Bit Depth
12 bit Audio
Distribution Resolution
1920×1080 Distribution Resolution
Distribution Medium
2K DCP (Digital Cinema Package)

Country | USA
Language | English
Genres | Comedy, Drama, Sci-Fi, Thriller

Editing System
Adobe Premiere Editing System
Editing Method
Non Linear Editing
Finishing System
Adobe Finishing System
Finishing Method
Digital Intermediate Finishing Process
Color Encoding – DI/Video Working Color Space
DCI P3 Working Color Space
Color Encoding – Distribution Color Space
Rec. 709 Distribution Color Encoding
Color Management Architecture
Custom Workflow
Capture – Digital Recorders
CF Card
Project Frame Rate
24 fps Project Frame Rate
Distributed Frame Rate
24 fps Distribution
Distributed Aspect Ratio
1.85:1
Shooting Regions
Americas
California
Los Angeles
Shooting Space
Outdoor