“We tailor the workflow for each shoot because the cameras and editing software – and time zones – all require different solutions to make it work and be cost-effective,” Calveley explained. “It’s about being able to work across a range of budgets and deliver.”
Sometimes those budgets are pretty low. Rebel Fleet recently supplied gear for a self-funded short, Robyn Grace’s short A Woman’s Right to Shoes, which was crowdfunding late last year and shot in June.
The Rebel Fleet will handle all DIT technical monitoring and camera support, Video Assist, playback and on-set monitoring, data backup, verification and delivery of editorial content.
It looks as though there’ll be plenty to celebrate by the time the company’s second birthday comes around.
Keith is the editor of SCREENZ, and the co-creator and founding editor of CREWED.
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