Ilse Weisfelt is a Dutch illustrator who also paints massive murals since her graphic shapes and clean style works well on a large scale. This interview was made for the ArtstreetHBG project and if you’re interested in how I set up and planned the whole interview (tech-wise and editing) you can read about it here.
This past week me and my group have been working non-stop on our short documentary “Mayhem”. One of my friends was kind enough to spill hits guts in front of the group during a two-hour interview. We shot the whole thing with three cameras (two static one handheld) and used a portable recorder tp capture sound.
Once we had our main footage, we went out on location to get some b-roll footage to go with parts of the story. The deadline is tomorrow morning at 9.00 and we’ve been hammering away on the film like slaves. It’s hard to get a great 2 hour interview down to 10 minutes without chopping the stories apart too much. We’ve skipped some amazing stuff completely, but we’re confident that what we have is a fair and interesting portrait of a peculiar, bizarre and wonderfully strange human being. Here’s the poster.