Production Core Values
The fundamental principle of RealModeForm
is that, no matter the budgetary limitations, only
the highest production values are good enough.
In order to achieve this, as there is almost always
a lack of money for the independent filmmaker,
the professionalism of everyone involved is crucial.
In this way, the importance of the composition of
the team cannot be overstated. RealModeForm
believes that unselfish, collaborative work is key
to the success of the final outcome.
The Art of Film as Motive
RealModeForm makes films for audiences who
go to the cinema to experience and explore new emotions, who seek to deepen their understanding
of what it is to be human through filmic art.
In other words, audiences who look at film as
they would a painting or a sculpture. As with
works of art, there are no specific genre restrictions.
Form and Content
RealModeForm draws inspiration from classical
film directors such as Ozu, Mizoguchi, Tarkovksy, Kieslowski and Fellini, to name but a few.
The camera shot composition and movement are
integral to the narrative, and the subject matter
is viewed within a frame of classical dimensions.
As modernity has declared a full-on war on
traditional values, as organised crime is spiralling
out of control globally, and as society as we
have come to know it is falling apart, it is more
important than ever to explore through art
what this may mean for the individual in their
never-ending, human struggle to survive.
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