When does the interview happen?
We need to do this 2-3 months before the wedding day. Editing the interview is what takes up the majority of our time and emotional effort, so we always need a head start.
How long is the interview session?
You’ll be doing the interviews individually, for about an hour per person. This might sound like a long time, but it flies by much faster than you would think!
How do I prepare for the interview?
We won't be giving you a list of guide questions — because there isn't one! We also arrive not knowing what we're looking for. All we ask is that you come relaxed, open, and ready to dive inward in some capacity. Try not to rehearse anything in your head. You have permission to make mistakes, as does anybody. We embrace imperfection.
What if I'm based abroad? How do we do the interview?
It’s crucial that we get to do the interviews face to face. If you're based abroad, we can do it when we fly in a day or two before the wedding. A Same-Day Edit would not be possible in this case unless we can somehow arrange to meet a few months prior.
What is the difference between The Wedding Portrait and the Same Day Edit?
The Wedding Portrait is our regular package. It includes the interview session and documentation of your wedding day. The finished film will be sent to you a month after.
Do you submit raw footage?
How is the final product submitted?
The final film will be sent to you in full resolution through digital means, and a copy will be uploaded on our Facebook page for easy sharing.
How is the music selected?
How would you describe your style/aesthetic?
Why don't you use a drone?
Don’t get us wrong, drone footage is breathtaking and offers a spectacular view of the world. We just prefer to draw closer to you than have a bird’s-eye view.
How early/late can I book Good Wolf Films?
We usually accept bookings as early as 1 to 1.5 years before the wedding date.
What are the out of town rates?
To give you an idea:
Nuvali, Tagaytay - PHP 10,000