Author Archives: Arnar Sigurdsson
Karolina Fund is a crowd funding start-up I co-founded. It’s currently the only crowd funding platform based in Iceland, but this is not where we’d like it’s uniqueness to end. We are developing ways to take the online collaboration concept … Continue reading
This is appendix A in a series of posts I’m doing on on producing a micro budget short. Usually, after every production, there is something that posed problems or caused delays or expenditures that could have been dealt with before-hand. I’ll intent to collect … Continue reading
So we just wrapped Days of Gray, a non-dialogue arty feature film that will be scored by Icelandic band Hjaltalín. I worked on it as 1st AD. That’s me on the far left of the picture above in a dry … Continue reading
Part 5 in a series of posts I’m doing on on producing a micro budget short is about doing a budget. The budget plan is basically a list of all the things you need and how much you think they cost. You … Continue reading
Part 4 in a series of posts I’m doing on on producing a micro budget short is about doing the groundwork for pre-production. A script breakdown is the first thing you do before you prepare your budget and schedule. In it’s simplest form … Continue reading
Part 3 in a series of posts I’m doing on on producing a micro budget short film is about locations and the specifics of dealing with that on a low budget. Depending on your script of course, locations can be a … Continue reading
This is part 2 of a series of posts about producing a micro budget film. It deals with the most important resource in filmmaking: people. The challenge with making a film is working with other people. The costs of filmmaking … Continue reading
Internet plus increased quality of consumer cameras plus an overall shift in the nature of work means that a lot of people are making creative films and posting them on sites such as Vimeo. Understandably, most of the clips are … Continue reading
A project in early stages that I’m working on. Check out the website here.
Check out a few stills from the short film Disappear which I shot and produced.