Curall tells the story of a near-future dystopian society and a man's struggle with his place in it. While the story contained sci-fi elements, we opted to keep the style naturalistic and grounded, with simple motivated lighting. Night scenes were largely lit with practicals and Kino Flos, while daytime scenes utilized natural light and additional punch from K5600 Jokers coming in through windows.
Nearly the entire film was shot on a single Sigma 18-35 high speed zoom lens, with only a handful of shots being picked up with a Tokina 11-16 and Canon 50mm when space constraints demanded it.
Director: Spencer Harris
Gaffer: Alvin Adadevoh/Jesse Pulitzer-Kennedy
First AC: James Reslier-Wells
Camera: Blackmagic Ursa Mini 4.6K
Lenses: Sigma and Tokina Zooms, Canon Primes