We had a great time documenting recording with the whole band and producer Pete Steinkopf at Little Eden in Asbury Park. If you haven't already done it, go grab your copy of his incredible new record - it's up for pre-order now with three colored vinyl variants at Bandcamp and on CD/Digital at Stomp Records!
This is what three locations in three hours looks like - Uber trunk is full, backseat packed with Tristan Nash double fisting some C300s, me and an large equipment case on my lap, and not even enough room to frame a proper picture ha ha... fun first day of shooting for Double7 Images and 4A's / American Association of Advertising Agencies - got some great footage!
The New York Times has a profile of the play's director Christopher Bayes and it features some scenes we shot, check it out here.
Our final story exploring independent filmmaking just wrapped up on our new photo documentary Instagram channel @tenframes. Now you can see the complete & expanded Set Pieces Vol 4. with Tahir Jetter exclusively here at lobojones.com.
Tahir's story wraps up our Set Pieces project and our first season of content on @tenframes. You can view all our featured filmmakers stories from Set Pieces right here, at www.lobojones.com/setpieces.
Beach Slang performed as part of Asbury Lanes "We're Getting A New Roof" party and were gracious enough to allow us to film them as part of our feature length documentary "209 4th." Cut this together from the night's performance.
Check out their upcoming record "The Things We Do To Find People Who Feel Like Us" on Polyvinyl Records.
NERD TALK: FS100, single camera. SOUND: Board Mix - Jim Norton.
Our latest story exploring independent filmmaking just wrapped up on our new photo documentary Instagram channel @tenframes. Now you can see the complete & expanded Set Pieces Vol. 2 with Henry Winnik exclusively here at lobojones.com
Our next story is already on deck. UPSTATE: Set Pieces - Vol 3. with Andrew Luis & Katherine Nolfi looks at the production of their debut dramatic feature film - Over a weekend in the country, three friends struggle with intimacy, aging and loss. UPSTATE offers a rich and moving meditation on the passage of time and the casual disappointments of life. The film was shot over fifteen consecutive days with a crew of fifteen.
Follow @tenframes now on Instagram to follow Andrew & Katherine's story from the beginning, this Monday 9/28.