Project Power‘s directors Ariel Schulman and Henry Joost have recently shared some of the photo boards which hey have used when making the film!
In the set of photos they released, the two can be seen taking photos of the location and acting out the scenes themselves, before sketching the said scenes for the entire crew. That way, everyone’s on the same page as soon as they start shooting!
Check out some of their sketches for the Camo Chase scene:
“We lost a big interior bank location at the last minute and had to go out on the weekend and re-design the entire sequence from scratch so we hit the streets with our stunt team and cinematographer,” said Henry and Ariel when asked to explain the story behind this particular set of sketches.
Project Power is a film set in New Orleans, where word about a pill that could give its users superpowers begins to spread. The user may develop bulletproof skin, invisibility, and super strength, but they won’t know it unless after they take it. When the pill began to increase the crime rate in the city, a local cop, a teenage dealer, and a former soldier work together and fight power with power as they search for the group who’s behind it.
Project Power is now streaming on Netflix, and is currently Top 1 in the Philippines.
All photos are courtesy of Netflix.