The premise was simple, show the 48 hour journey of the Tropicana Juice train from Florida to New Jersey in less than 3 minutes. Carrying it out was the hard part. After six months of prep and sourcing technology from all over the world our team got one shot to go on board the capture the ride. The results have already gained half a million views on YouTube and was written up by American Cinematographer in this article (http://andrewwonder.com/press/entry/american-cinematographer-bullet-train)

Check out the behind the scenes video here: https://vimeo.com/56718649

Shot with Sony F3s w/32mm JDC 2x Anamorphic Lenses at 1080p/60p. Recorded 200ft away directly into a Cinedeck RX.

Published on January 28th, 2013 | by zachary

Juice Train

I love a good tech-meets-film experiment.  This is a nice little piece of branded content for GE that follows a litteral trainload of orange juice from Florida to New York. I haven’t had a chance to watch it in 3D but I will track it down.

I also saw a brief cameo from our friend and collaborator Smokey Nelson.

This is what the filmmaker had to say:

The premise was simple, show the 48 hour journey of the Tropicana Juice train from Florida to New Jersey in less than 3 minutes. Carrying it out was the hard part. After six months of prep and sourcing technology from all over the world our team got one shot to go on board the capture the ride. The results have already gained half a million views on YouTube and was written up by American Cinematographer in this article (andrewwonder.com/press/entry/american-cinematographer-bullet-train)

Check out the behind the scenes video here: vimeo.com/56718649

Shot with Sony F3s w/32mm JDC 2x Anamorphic Lenses at 1080p/60p. Recorded 200ft away directly into a Cinedeck RX

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Zach is a film producer based in NYC. In 1991 Zach fell off a turnip truck, fresh from Colorado, and landed in the East Village - he has lived there ever since. Zach has produced short films, feature films, music videos, commercials and a lot of fun dinner parties. At night, when he isn't working on developing sci-fi story worlds, he dreams of building a better solution for personal and family media archives.



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