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Welcome to the Cinematography Database: Cinema Camera Lenses Masterclass. After getting many requests for this information instructors Alex Ferrari (Indie Film Hustle) and Egon Stephen Jr. (Cine Video Tech) decided to put together the DEFINITIVE Educational resource for anyone interested in CINEMA LENSES.
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About your instructors:
Egon Stephan Jr.
“Like father, like son” they always say, yet nowhere has this cliché been truer than when you apply it to the love of filmmaking shared between Egon and his father. Egon began his professional career at an early age, eventually running the camera rental department for his father at the ripe young age of sixteen!
After a six-year stint as the camera rental manager of CineVideoTech, he pursued his love for film in the field, running up an impressive list of credits. He worked his way up from technician to second assistant, second to first, first to operator, operator to second unit Director of Photography, second unit DP to Director of Photography on his first feature film, “Jungle Juice”, starring Christopher Walken, Morgan Fairchild, Robert Wagner and Rutger Hauer.
Shortly after this achievement, Egon’s father fell ill and his duty to continue the legacy his father had begun took precedence over his own successful career. He took over the helm at CineVideoTech in 2002 and has since been busy recreating the company that has launched so many successful careers into a vision of what is to come.
Alex began his career as an editor and quickly moved up the ranks as a colorist, post-production, and visual effects supervisor. Coming from a visual effects/post-production background, this versatile director combines his passion for storytelling and visual effects experience with a unique visual style. Alex exploded onto the indie film scene with his award-winning short film BROKEN. The film went on to screen at over 200 international festivals and has been reviewed by over 250 news outlets worldwide including famed film critic Roger Ebert. “Broken is essentially a demonstration of the mastery of horror imagery and techniques.” – Roger Ebert.
Through self-distribution, the BROKEN Special Edition DVD has also sold over 5000 units worldwide. Produced on a budget of $8000 and boasting over 100 vfx shots, BROKEN is one of the most celebrated shorts in recent years.
Alex Ferrari’s work runs from stunning live action to animation, from visually gripping and stylish worlds to comic gems that will have you rolling on the floor. His body of work, highlighted by commercials spots for Comedy Central, a music video for the Three-Time Grammy Award Winning group Ozomatli (guest-starring Comedian Gabriel Iglesias), and the stylish Lipstick and Bullets, a compilation of your of his short film.
Being frustrated in seeing how his fellow filmmakers were being “chewed up” by the film business, Alex decided to start Indie Film Hustle, a website dedicated to educating filmmakers and artists on to survive and thrive in the film business. He also launched a podcast focusing on filmmaking called The Indie Film Hustle Podcast. Within three months of its start date, the show became the #1 filmmaking podcast on iTunes.