Ariel Erisian - Webisode 1.1 'What No Cat Would Drag In'

Richard the 21st Productions (http://richardthe21st-productions.com) presents

Ariel Erisian (http://ariel-erisian.tv)

Directed by Jonathan MacPherson
DOP's - Rob Crone, Robin Lindala, Paolo Malo
Key MakeUp - Jenny Ruth
Art Direction - Guendolina Gianfranchi, Hale Joss
Written by Alex Garden, Stephen Lofstrom
Edited by Stephen Lofstrom
Created by Hale Joss, Stephen Lofstrom

Staring -
Dave Leach as Damien Lesley
Stephen Lofstrom as Sam Lieber
Karissa Tynes as Natalie Wood
Willy Lavendel as Robby Wilson
Lilith Woods as "Natalie's Girlfriend"
Marc Silverman - "Bartender"

Featuring music by
Junior Major (Song: 'Secret Magic')
Riley Puckett (Song: 'Come Be My Rainbow')

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Comment by Stephen Lofstrom on April 14, 2012 at 2:37pm

for the Vimeo challenged....here's the YouTube link:

http://youtu.be/zd5uEyYcGZo

Comment by Stephen Lofstrom on April 13, 2012 at 10:40pm

Hey, thanks again Rich. We aim high for production value. Really hoping to wow the lot of you with the remaining 3 to be seen. Also good call on the website integration, it's hard keeping so on top of those things. We are really Facebook orientated and don't also think to include every person's website. But when we can, we like to. That also being said, some composers are long since passed and live in Public Domain land ;)

We're big fans of the thumbnail too. It's the backdrop to our website (http://ariel-erisian.tv)

Peace

Comment by Rich Mbariket on April 13, 2012 at 10:00pm

Also, I like that you respond to comments, which helps drive conversation and keep your content on the homepage. Content is King... Conversation is Emperor! :)

Comment by Rich Mbariket on April 13, 2012 at 9:58pm

And I also like that you take the time to list your credits. It looks professional. Most creators just say "watch my video." Your attention to detail and professionalism in listing the people who worked on the project speaks volumes. You even credited the composers. :) One thing I would suggest is posting their website beside their name for people to check them out. Keep it up. You definitely know what you're doing. :)

Comment by Rich Mbariket on April 13, 2012 at 9:54pm

Ultra visual thumbnail image. Sticks out and made me click on it. Good work picking that image.

Comment by Stephen Lofstrom on April 10, 2012 at 10:38am

Hmm. Yeah, it's added audio then. Wind or trains perhaps. We used steadicam that day/on those two first scenes. Thanks again, though. We were aiming for high production value and got lucky on a few days being able to use REDCAM. 

Comment by AfterTheBeast on April 10, 2012 at 9:49am

I can hear something almost like skateboard wheels starting right at 2:00 when the camera starts panning.   Maybe it's ambient noise?    Kind of  nit picky, but the production value is high enough to merit technical criticism : )  

Comment by Stephen Lofstrom on April 10, 2012 at 8:03am

Hey man, Thanks for the creative criticism. Yeah, It's on YouTube ;)

Where did you hear the dolly? I did the sound edit too and I didn't hear it ever. Could have been room tone in that last scene. Meh. No matter.

Yeah, it's a longer type web series. It suppose to be the hour long dramedy of web series :D (technically anything under 10min)

Thanks again for the view and comment. We'll check out 'After the Beast' ASAP

Stephen

Comment by AfterTheBeast on April 10, 2012 at 7:20am

Well shot!  I also like the opening graphics sequence, but it runs a little too long for a webseries.  Acting is top notch.  The only thing that bugged me was noise of the dolly rolling.

Is this on youtube? If not, I'd get it up there.  We did Vimeo, which has a better player, but Youtube will give you more views.

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