COMMON QUESTIONS AND WHATNOT
Below is a little bit of information commonly inquired about...we hope it helps. But don't hesitate to call or send us a message HERE regarding anything your heart desires.
What sets Wild Folk Films apart?
We realize that there are many talented companies creating wedding films these days, each one providing something unique. At Wild Folk Films we pride ourselves in our stylistic and highly edited short film format. Our films are a culmination of all of the best moments from a wedding day set to unique music. And by providing full edits of the ceremony and speeches, we hope to create value for our clients with an average of 50 minutes of content.
Do you travel? Where are you based?
We are based in Temecula, just outside of wine country and although we primarily shoot throughout Southern California, we love to get out of town whenever possible. We love it so much that we don't add any additional costs to destination weddings other than the basic fixed costs like airfare and a hotel room.
Do you have a second shooter?
Yes...kind of. At every event we shoot, we have a second shooter/assistant. Basically an all around bad ass who's only goal is making sure that we get the shot, whether thats running a second camera during the ceremony or setting up a time-lapse of the reception.
Who picks the music?
We love it when clients are involved in picking the music and it is usually a collaborative process. If a client doesn't have a specific song in mind, we will provide a list of songs to help in the decision process. Sometimes clients don't want anything to do with picking the music, in which case we are happy to do so...we like music almost as much as making films.
How do we book you?
A 50% deposit is required to lock your date in. The remainder of the package price is due a week before your event.
How long does it take to get our film?
We try to get all projects out to our clients within 90 days of their event but we can often get it out sooner. Because we do shoot other projects, it can sometime effects our editing cue but we do our best to stay in contact with past clients to give them an accurate idea of when to expect their film.