By a look 2 : Theodore Tomasz tells the behind the scenes of the sequel to his short film against homophobia (interview)
With a look, his short film against homophobia, Theodore Tomasz had created a buzz on YouTube. The internet users were likely to be upset by this video. On October 12, 2019, the young director has released the following. PRBK met him in interview on behind-the-scenes For a look 2.
By a look 2 : the short film against homophobia has a suite
You had spoken on the PRBK, By a glance is a short film poignant of a high school student 18 years of age against homophobia. A video card on YouTube, exceeding one million views. Theodore Tomasz, the film’s director, unveiled the following By a look 2 (with a look : Chapter 2) on the YouTube channel of Ludore Production on October 12.
By a look 2 : Theodore Tomasz has released the sequel to his short film against homophobia
PRBK met with the young filmmaker / youtubeur who is entrusted with exclusive behind-the-scenes of filming the second opus. Theodore Tomasz we said to have acted quickly to prepare for this sequel. “Between may and August”, he had managed to “find the funds” and write “the continuation of the first with other characters”. The shoot was early in the month of August 2019, or there are less than three months.
“I had not completely said it all”
Why be realized By a look 2 ? “It is difficult to finish a work and tell ben good-bye” stressed Theodore Tomasz who sees his project as his “baby”. “I also want to regain the atmosphere of the filming” he said, adding that many people asked her another short film : “It has been so successful on the 1, so people who wanted a sequel”.
In addition, “I had not completely said it all” we he confessed, “I was restricted on the first”. In fact, “on the 2 I had a lot more dropped to the level of emotions of the characters” and side decor “we are going more and more out of school”. A movie in the continuity of the first but with a lot of new features so.
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