Our society often struggles to include people who we percieve as different in some way, and this mini documentary aims to explore the idea that inclusion should be natural and that everyone should feel included.
Director of Photography
For this mini documentary, I felt that it was extremely important for the film to feel authentic- so that hopefully you could feel the full impact of the story I was trying to tell. For this reason, the majority of the film is shot handheld on a shoulder rig, giving a natural and raw feel. I shot the whole film on the Panasonic GH5S with Canon lenses. For audio I used the Rode NTG2, boompole, dead wombat, and blimp. The versatility of the mic meant it was perfect for both ambient sounds and interviews. I hope you enjoy my behind the scenes, and the finished film!