Reel & Credits

Here is the April 2013 version of my (mostly) narrative cinematography reel:

Bryan Hong’s selected credits as Director of Photography:

Title Director Cam Format Notes
Lost Wynter Memories David Ortiz S16mm Short Studio City Film Fest ’13
Hollywood Shorts Film Fest #15.5
The Take Angelina Ramsey DSLR Industrial Promotional Video
Desert Roadkill Michael Carreño DSLR Short Nominee Best Cinematographer, Best Short:
Shockfest ’12
Honorable Mention:
L.A. Reel Film Fest ’12
Riverside Int’l Film Fest ’12
Best Short Nominee:
San Antonio Horrific Film Fest ’12
Selected:

Mile High Horror Film Fest ’12
N.Y. Int’l Latino Film Fest ’12
Everybody Dies Film Fest ’12
Nevermore Film Fest ’12
Desert Rocks ’12
Middle of Nowhere Michael Carreño F900+DOF Short L.A. Shorts Fest ’10
L.A. Latino Film Fest ’10
Pie and Coffee D.J. Holloway EX1+DOF Short Remi Award:
Houston Int’l Film Fest ’09
Selected:
Monaco Charity Film Fest ’09
Returning Sarah Chung DVX+DOF Short L.A. Shorts Fest. ’09
NAB 2007 booth Colorspace 35/HD/HDV Industrial 35mm film vs. Viper Filmstream
vs. F900 vs. XLH1 test
Shelter Michael Carreño S16mm Short Best Director,Best Story:
Santa Ana Int’l Film Fest ’07
Selected:
N.Y. Int’l Latino Film Fest ’07
L.A. Shorts Fest ’07
The Other Venice Film Fest ’07
Treehouse Eddie Kim HDV 1/2 hr. Children’s greenscreen DVD series

 

Bryan’s IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm2335525/

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I’m training for my second marathon… here’s four things I’m doing differently

Mile 10 – 2015

At the age of 37 I trained for and ran my first marathon, the 2015 Los Angeles Marathon. Although I enjoy distance running, the full marathon for me was meant to be a one time, bucket list type of activity. I just wanted to set a decent time and be happy with it for the rest of my life. My goal was to finish in under 4 hours but that year turned out to be the hottest L.A. Marathon on record. Temperatures reached into the 90’s which made things very difficult, and dozens of people went to the hospital with heat stroke. Under the conditions you could say that I was satisfied with my time of 4 hours, 34 minutes and 35 seconds. But I knew I wouldn’t be satisfied with wondering for the rest of my life what I could have done if the weather was different.

Training for a full marathon is ridiculously time consuming and I really wasn’t up for doing it again right away. I was glad to get my life back and my wife was glad to get me back, too. So I decided to wait a few years and try again in 2018 when I would be the youngest in the 40 and up group. And this time I’m doing things a little bit differently. So here are four things I’m doing differently this time around:

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