Updated: May 14
Lucas Wakman is an established indie filmmaker and cinematographer based in Montreal, Quebec. He has had several popular short films featured in festivals across North America. Lucas and I discuss the merit of creating both short form and long form visual content and the camera gear we use. I personally learnt a lot in the interview and am happy to share this broadcast with a personal friend and inspiring creator that I regularly bounce ideas around with. As always, new interviews every Wednesday on the Creative Kind.
In the interview on The Creative Kind, Lucas and I dive into so many interesting subjects. It was a pleasure to provide a platform where Lucas shares his insights and knowledge about film production. His latest film, Gran Theft Auto, has been featured in an upcoming virtual film festival as a semi-finalist. You can also watch one of his first short films, "Side Chick" below in the post. Thanks for listening!
[00:00 - 01:30] Lucas Wakman voice over teaser
[01:01 - 02:39] The Creative Kind introduction
[02:40 - 03:55] Lucas explains his background and profession
[03:56 - 04:21] Chatting about why the aesthetic of an event is so important
[04:22 -10:32] What does it take to make a music video
[10:33 - 10:22] How does the creative process change when making short films
[10:23 - 13:05] Kevin shares a piece of advice for entrepreneurs
[13:06 - 18:36] Why Lucas invested in a Blackmagic Pocket 4K
[18:37 - 19:40] Alex explains his own camera gear
[19:41 - 20:31] Using Blackmagic equipment to it's full extent
[20:32 - 22:19] Why is V speed important for cameras
[22:20 - 23:00] How is V speed different than Mb/s on a SD card
[23:01 - 24:30] Is 4K important?
[24:31 - 25:43] The right file type for social media platforms
[25:44 - 29:00] Difference between videography and cinematography
[29:01 - 29:30] Where to connect with Lucas on socials
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