Cinema Wedding
Cinema Wedding

Weddings are big productions, with many moving parts, justifiably so as they are amongst the most important and also brilliant events of our short lives. However, in the midst of all this commotion, the essence of the event is often lost, that being the intimate love epic. As filmmakers, we are story tellers, and we want to preserve that love story through it all, for your viewing pleasure through the ages of ages. Listed below are a couple of arrangements which can serve as the building blocks for your story. Sift through them and get in touch. We can meet over coffee, on the telephone, or even on skype (hybrid meeting) and discuss which customized arrangement works best for you.

Option A - First on the Scene - just like the best news crew, we will be the first on the scene to cover your marriage with an eagle's eye, uncompromising precision, artful taste, and human sincerity. This package includes full wedding day coverage, from whenever you start to when you end, with the footage edited into a lovely, condensed reel paired with the perfect music for the occasion. On the big day, you receive the services of two 1080p cameras with four creative eyes. It's important to note that we have very good taste in films...[so you won't end up looking like a Transformer, more like Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman in Casablanca, except in HD.]

Option B - Mise en Scene - this, folks, is the full monty of wedding cinema. It is a fully conceptualized and artistically produced narrative feature film about your love story as it approaches its big celebration. We will work with you in the month leading up to your marriage in order to frame and document your personal story, of who you are, how you met, how you feel, and where you are going, as the days lead up to the wedding. We bridge the gap between the wedding tradition and your singular and unique love story. This is what makes the wedding special; its a consummation of your vows, to each other and to love. We want to get behind the scenes and capture the intimacy, in addition to the grand display, so when you are looking back on yourselves years down the road, you will be reminded not only of when you got married, but why you got married in the first place. -note-Option B includes everything mentioned in Option A