Erie, PA, December 24, 2006 --(PR.com
)-- TheFilmChair.com (ErieFilm.com) has posted the fifth article in an ongoing series that follows the Erie filmmaker John C. Lyons film "Schism." The article, titled "In the Lyons Den, Part Five (Photography)" describes the approach director of photography Dorota Swies is taking when shooting the scenes.
In making "Schism," photography and lighting are taking up most of the production time. Find out the artistic and technical approach to an ambitious first feature film right from one of the artist's mouths.
TheFilmChair.com will follow Lyons through the entire process of making his first feature film “Schism.” A film about a man who spends his final days in a nursing home while slipping into dementia, the goal in making the film according the Lyons Den Productions website is "to realistically portray the hard work that the staff does on a daily basis and to show the struggles that the residents experience."
The series will continue after the holidays with more in depth coverage of the art of "Schism" and an additional look at some of the main performers.
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