Issac Farrar
Cinema, Movies, Quotes, Photography
  • marvelentertainment:

    You work hard. This Labor Day, take a dance break! #YoureWelcome

    Great movie! Lots of humor! Like this wonderful moment!

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  • A Summer Wedding from Issac Farrar on Vimeo.

    Here is a little taste of a summer wedding I did. I mic’d the speaker with Rode Smart Lav. So the service had crisp, clean audio. The Time-lapse was done with GoPro Hero 3 and Wedding was shot with a Canon 60D.

    For wedding pricing email - issacfarrar@gmail.com

    Thanks to Dreambound Productions for some of the equipment. facebook.com/DreamBoundProductions

  • "Create your own visual style… let it be unique for yourself and yet identifiable for others."
    Orson Welles (via @thequote)
  • "I don’t care about the subject matter; I don’t care about the acting; but I do care about the pieces of film and the photography and the soundtrack and all of the technical ingredients that made the audience scream. I feel it’s tremendously satisfying for us to be able to use the cinematic art to achieve something of a mass emotion."
    Alfred Hitchcock
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  • entertainmentweekly:

    Someone re-created the Guardians of the Galaxy trailer with Legos. 

    Watch it here, because yaas.

    I love it when they make Lego parody trailers!

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  • Clever, Entertaining, and witty! If you are a fan of Shakespeare on screen, you will love this modern take. If you are not a fan and like my wife @lydeebee, have trouble following along, this is a great Shakespeare to watch! The humor is so great and even at times making fun of itself. It’s also very well done it the way it was shot making very long dialogue heavy scenes very entertaining. Joss’ (the director and writer of this movie & Avengers) interpretation of the text leaves you entertained and always guessing. Also as an aspiring filmmaker, this movie inspires me. 12 days of filming this feature length film. All shot at Joss Whedon’s house. The majority of the cast, where close friends he had worked with before. I recommend watching this and if you are also an aspiring filmmaker watch the BTS!

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  • Eleazar Kadesh at 5 months old. Love him! Experimenting with mobile shooting and editing.
    Shot with IPhone 5c
    Edited with IMovie on IPad
    Colored with ColorTime on IPad

  • What have I been watching?

    So i haven’t posted a movie review on here in a while. It hasn’t been the lack of watching movies. But more just nothing that I really wanted to share. I have noticed I usually will only review things I like. Not sure if thats a bad quality. I just like to share with people the movies that I want you to watch. So to do a quick recap, I saw “The Lego Movie” it was fun and very entertaining, loved the Batman character voiced by Will Arnett, but I was let down by the ending. I won’t give Spoilers, but it went more the message route and wasn’t as EPIC as I was hoping. Saw RoboCop, it was a fun Summer blockbuster kind of movie, a lot more heartfelt then the original, but nothing super special. Jack Ryan shadow recruit, same thing, fun reminded me of the original Mission Impossible but a little cliche. Not a lot of movies in the last week or two. But one I just watched yesterday was, Blue Jasmine, written and directed by Woody Allen.

    Now Woody’s movies are hit and miss for me but this one was pretty good. My favorite is Midnight in Paris, a highly recommend that movie. But this one I would say watch it if you want to but I only recommended it for a stellar performance by Cate Blanchett (won Best Actress Oscar) and a marvelous use of the “one shot”. Woody is known for using a lot of fixed shots and his actors working inside of them. (an old school method compared to the modern multiple angles and cuts)  But this time he moved the camera around in a elegant way, still fixed but using pans and dollies. It really was beautiful to watch the use of camera movement and blocking, it seemed so natural. Entertaining to say the least, so thats the most recent, hope to be seeing Dawn of the Planet of the Apes (a mouth full) this next weekend, and will probably be sharing more about that since I am a huge fan of the whole franchise. 

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  • "It’s not our job to toughen our children up to face a cruel and heartless world. It’s our job to raise children who will make the world a little less cruel and heartless."
    L.R. Knost (via featherandarrow)

    (Source: dailydoseofstuf, via themadeshop)

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  • Happy Independence Day!

    Ever since I was little I have loved History. And I don’t mean historical movies, I mean real history (books, history class, the channel before reality tv).
    But as I have gotten older, I have noticed that my generation and younger have no grid or interest for US History. Even in the recent years there have been some historical things happening in our nation and they go into this generation like a twitter feed. It’s there then it’s gone.
    Now that I am a dad I want to try and slow down and really teach and raise my kid with a knowledge of the past and an understanding that we make a better future when we know where we have been. So this Independence Day my son turns 5 months (I know a little young for a history lesson) and I want him to know it’s not just a day off, or fireworks day or red, white and blue day.
    But that a small group of radical men stood up against big government and declared their freedom. That we have family roots in the revolutionary war and that we are proud to be American, maybe not always what it is but what it was so therefore what it could be!