Los Angeles, CA, February 28, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Landon Williams, known for his work on Sand Castles and the upcoming SuperZero films has recently started working with the MoVI camera stabilizing system on his newest art house project, "Perception."
"A handheld, light-weight camera stabilizer redefines what we can create on screen," says Williams.
MoVI, is a 2 part, remote controlled device created by the team at Freefly Systems which allows full camera stabilizing while being in any type of shooting scenario- running, hanging out of airplanes, or in close quarters.
"With a film like 'Perception,' we can run with our lead during those crucial terrifying moments, stay with him during the gym scenes with the utmost professional stabilization and keep the film looking like a $200 million dollar big budget film," says Producer, Cameron Barsanti ("True Blood").
The MoVI camera stabilizer system is being used right now by award-winning filmmaker Werner Herzog and has been involved in big budget filmmaking for the past couple of years, so it's proven it's worth and what it can bring to a film experience for an audience.
Star of "Perception," Christopher Levine, says "The capabilities are endless with this device! Landon and our Director of Photography, Chris Faulisi are going to make this film look out of this world with the help of the MoVI system."
The film will start shooting on the MoVI system mid March of 2014 and is aiming for a 2015 film festival premiere.