Premiere for Folly by Hugo Lilja

Last year we had the fantastic opportunity to be part of the Guldbagge-winner director Hugo Liljas next venture. We helped out on set with pre-visualisation since most of the film is taking place in a 3D-environment.
On-set visualisation made it possible to take correct creative decisions regarding placement and camera movements

Often when you do green screen work it’s hard to get all the crew on the same vision of what you’re trying to create. Being able to see the 3D world in real time is a great help for everyone on set. Especially for aligning eyelines and lighting to camera angles.

Hugo had together with his talented director of photography Benjam Orre come up with a pretty complicated setup. By being able to see the 3D world was a great help to them.

As usual we used Aximmetry to run the show and Unreal for real-time rendering.

We also managed to pre-viz with a headmounted Blackmagic 6k camera on a super-wide angle lens.

Bruto Studio is handling the post 3D work including tracking. When time of shooting recording tracking data wasn’t possible that’s why the set is populated by tracking markers. Nowadays we can also record the actual tracking data to be used in post-production.

If you want to watch the film it has premiere 30 january here: (only available in Sweden)

Blackmagic Pocket 6k with a head mount

For most of the shots they used a Technocrane which in itself can deliver positional data but for ease of use we used the Vive Tracker. Which worked flawless in this situation. Especially for changing cameras and lenses quick.

Technocrane on set
Hugo Lilja going over a scene on set
Actor Arvin Kananian and Hugo Lilja
Hugo Lilja & Richard Frantzén
Shot on Arri with the Vive Tracker on top

It’s been a great honor having the team here and be sure to go watch the film at when it’s streaming the 30 of january for 24 hours. (only available in Sweden)

Richard Frantzén

Richard Frantzén

Tech & Creative Lead who is passionate about all things that makes it possible to produce film and TV without leaving the studio