Enclosed you will find an .iso file of SD DVD. Burn and enjoy. A BluRay version is coming soon (the native format).
Original Shoot Format: Red @ 2K .r3d RAW
Video Output: Apple ProRes 422 (HQ) @ 1080p (MPEG-4) to HD and SD versions
Audio Output: Dolby Digital 5.1 for both HD and SD
Final Output: BluRay Disk (Encore)
Genre: Experimental Dance Music Film (Short)
Description: Left Where It Fell was produced, written and directed by Andrew P. Alderete, an MFA-3 at The California Institute of the Arts in Film/Video.
Inspired entirely by the music of Rachmaninov, the story pushes symbolic visuals and hyper-realistic imagery to fortify the connective tissue between characters, and raise questions about the fundamental basis of reality and the dark sides of human nature. It’s also a celebration of music, and its relationship with image. There is no dialogue, and uses the musical score and visuals to contextualize the story with specific emotion.
Left Where It Fell is a story of loss, and hope. It is a story of memory and the truth behind emotions we can’t define. It mixes fantasy with reality, and raises questions about our own mortality.
Runtime..........: 13 Minutes
Audio............: English, Dolby Digital 5.1 (Dolby Digital)
Video Format.....: NTSC
Aspect Ratio.....: 2:35:1
DVD Format.......: Anamorphic WS
DVD Source.......: From raw HD master
Program..........: DVD Studio Pro
Average Bit Rate.: 50-60 mbit/s