|Created at||June 30, 2009|
|Closed||June 22, 2011|
|Wreckupations||Director, Writer, Cinemato- and photographer, Concept / Storyboard Artist|
|mehmet ramadan||running in the rain||2/100%|
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How to make a good chase scene?This task is closed
One part of the story involves a villain being pursued by "the good guys" on foot through the pedestrian areas of a small city.
How can this kind of chase scene be done in an interesting way without having access to a large budget?
Can you think of examples of cheap, well-made chase scenes in films? Youtube clips of such scenes would be especially welcome if you can find any, just post a link in your reply.
(Note that there can't be any vehicles involved in this scene.)
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One cheap way to film is to borrow or rent wheel-chairs from a company or hospital. Sometimes you could borrow some things like this for a day or two, with just the promise of bringing a cake or buns for their afternoon coffee break :D but that's ruotsalainen for you :D
Or get some skateboards and tape the cameras on them,
bicycles could be used too, but then you need to construct and build the mounts and be sure the bike-rider don't fall and damage the lens or the camera