Two Actors and a Camera

Two Actors and a Camera

Two actors and a camera is just that; two actors and a camera. There is no 40-foot grip truck, generator, or crew of fifty people. There is nothing behind the camera. Everything is in front, on the screen.

Movies are filmed with a small crew, very much in the style of European or U.S. documentary filmmaking.

Films are shot using a modified form of Dogme 95. The camera is mostly handheld, and all scenes are filmed using available light. Movie lights can be used to light a dark corner of a room, but cannot be used as the main source of light.

Actors do their own hair, makeup and wardrobe. They become the characters.

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Jack Lindauer