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INDIE FILM 'IF I WERE DICTATOR' WRAPS UP POST
|January 29, 2008
While no one will listen to his ideas, they finally take notice once he
creates the greatest invention ever known to man. So impressed, they
make him dictator.
Routt wrote the project and raised enough money to finance the film.
The film began production in July of 2007 and included more than 20
locations before wrapping up in November. According to Routt, Dictator was shot in HDV at 24fps. The team used JVC's GY-HD110U and Canon’s XL H1 cameras.
Assistant director/editor Juan Carlos Echeverria cut the feature using
Apple’s Final Cut Studio 2 running on a G5. Post production finished in
Daniel Holguin of DHO Studios served as producer on the project and
assisted with color correction. Diego Salazar Cely was director of
photography. Steve Hughes handled the sound.
Screenings are taking place throughout Florida and the film will later be entered into festivals.