The Fox Theatre
- The Fox Theatre
The Fox Theatre in Toronto's east end opened in 1914, and is one of the city's oldest cinemas, second only to The Revue which opened two years prior. The current operators, Andy Willick and Daniel Demois, have been managing The Fox since 2007 and have revitalized the cinema with a host of improvements while managing to retain the nostalgic charm that has made the theatre a mainstay.
Film production, directing, editing by Ryan Couldrey
Music: "Hidden Blues" by PitX, with an additional bass track by Ryan Couldrey
- Sony FS100 as A-cam, Nikon D600 as a B-cam on a few shots
- Lenses: Nikon 50mm 1.8; Nikon 85mm 1.8; Nikon 20-35mm 2.8, Nikon 80-200mm 2.8; Sony 16mm 2.8
- Pico Dolly for the film pan, along with a macro attachment on the 50mm
- Graded with Magic Bullet Looks
- Titles in After Effects
Behind-the-scenes shots, and stills from the film are below. The original file is available for download on Vimeo.
A short doc on Toronto's Fox Theatre, one of Toronto's oldest cinemas and one that has kept all their 35mm equipment.
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