Hi everybody! We released our film (Love Between Storeys) for a week on Valentine's. Along with the film we're uploading a 12-part series covering how we designed, built and lit our elevator set. You can start checking out the guide here. We wrote this guide for newbies and amateurs on the DIY filmmaking scene as an attempt to give something back to the community. Love Between Storeys is a half hour romantic comedy about a boy and a girl who get stuck in an office lift. We produced it with 2200 €, and it was shot with a Canon 550D/T2i for six days in Helsinki, Finland and one day in London. Here's the first batch which introduces our project and what kind of a set we were going for: An Introduction to Making Love Between Storeys Making Love Between Storeys: The Elevator Set The Elevator Set: Concept Concept: Why Build an Elevator? In the following posts we talk about what affected our design decisions, how to make a tiny space interesting for the eye and which light sources we wanted in the elevator. The last part should be most useful for newbies interested in lighting for film. Concept: What Should the Elevator Look Like? What Should the Elevator Look Like: How to Make the Space Visually Stimulating What Should the Elevator Look Like: Light Sources Comments, questions and suggestions are more than welcome on our website or in this thread. I'll come by this thread and say hello when we release new stuff. You can watch the full movie here till the 21st. Here's our teaser trailer: Hope you find this useful! Enjoy! Love Between Storeys on Facebook.