Hollywood Directing MasterClass: How to Shoot a Killer Foot Chase
Do you want a high production and exciting action sequence in your film? Fast and Furious a bit out of your budget? Then do what Kathryn Biglow did in the 90’s action masterpiece Point Break…shoot a foot chase.
A foot chase can add a ton of production value and adrenaline to your film. It’s also SUPER CHEAP to shoot one. Directing and camera movement guru Gil Bettman breaks down the Point Break foot chase in the video below. Get ready to take notes.
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