LITTLE RATS

Premiered by Monster Children: http://www.monsterchildren.com/71180/graffiti-short-little-rats-tense-5-minute-ride/

LITTLE RATS is a short film following ‘XXXX’ a South American graffiti writer, during his time traveling in Europe. ‘XXXX’ ruminates on the risks and rewards of his chosen lifestyle as we follow him underground on a tense mission to paint a metro.

Two weeks after making this film ‘XXXX’ was arrested and deported… The only free cheese is in a mousetrap.

Directed by: Jesse Heath & Theodor Guelat

Editor: Nick Rondeau @Arcade Edit

Original Score Composer: Marco Ferrario

Sound designer & Re-recording Mixer: Ben Freer @Eleven Sound

Colorist: Gregory Reese @The Mill
 

Gloucester Mass

Last summer we traveled to Gloucester. This is some of that town, Soon we will upload the boat ride we took around the town.
 

Styrofoam

A migrant worker’s daily circus-like balancing act is a surreal reflection of China’s economy. Directed by Noah Sheldon.

More on this documentary: https://aeon.co/videos/a-migrant-workers-daily-circus-like-balancing-act-is-a-surreal-reflection-of-chinas-economy
Watch more on Aeon: aeon.co/video
Subscribe: vimeo.com/aeonvideo
 

KEEPING THE DREAM ALIVE // UGANDA

A short documentary about the life of Peter Byansi, founder of Africa Social Development and Health Initiatives (ASDHI)

If you're interested in volunteering with ASDHI please visit their website at http://asdhi.org/ or https://www.facebook.com/asdhiuganda/ or email Peter \n This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Filmed in Uganda, November 2017 by David Clancy and Jacques Bartlett.

MUSIC: Angola - Mike Kelly
Nordic Shine -Savvun
 

Elspeth Beard - Riding into History

You’re 23, your heart’s been broken and there’s a long, hard slog of study stretching out in front of you. What do you do? For Elspeth Beard, a round-the-world trip on the back of her 1974 BMW R60/6 flat-twin motorbike proved the ultimate remedy for a wounded heart and weary head.

Read more here:
https://theculturetrip.com/europe/united-kingdom/articles/meet-the-first-british-woman-to-go-around-the-world-on-her-motorbike/

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CREDITS

Directed by Souleyman Messalti and Joe Brooks

CAMERA
Souleyman Messalti
Adu Lalouschek

ANIMATION
Joe Brooks
Alex Mellon

EDITOR
Thomas Canton

SOUND DESIGN
Ross Henbest
Thomas Canton

A film by Culture Trip
 

Renovate

Experimental...
After Effects and Element 3D.
Bugatti model by Francesco Coldesina from Sketchfab.
 

Disrupt

Quick mad test....
Displacement maps in After Effects.
 

When the Land Calls

Winner of the Arri/Director's UK Doc Challenge! February 2018.

The challenge was to film, edit and deliver a 3-minute film on the subject of "millenials" within 3 days using an Arri Amira. This film was inspired by the work of photographer James Ravillious, who in the 1970s and 80s documented the fast disappearing rural life of North Devon. One of his subjects was farmer Bill Strawbridge. Today Bill's grandson Ed farms the same land. We follow Ed through his day on the dairy farm and as he looks back on pictures of that farming life in the years before he was born. How does that recent past compare with today?
 

Let's Do It

In an attempt to spice up their relationship, Mark persuades his girlfriend Allie to help him throw an orgy. The night of debauchery quickly turns rancid with the arrival of an unwanted guest, threatening to unravel the relationships of everyone involved.

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Directed by Joel Jay Blacker
Writers Samuel Roots & Joel Jay Blacker
Producers Heather Voorhis & Joel Jay Blacker

CAST
Allie - Olivia Choate
Mark - Dejean Brown
Kate - Hope Lauren
Jesse - Clayton Farris
Steve - Michael Glazer
Dave - Sean Burgos

Director of Photography: Connor Lambert
First Assistant Director: Kyle Castellanet
Assistant Camera: Harry Heng
Gaffer: Michael Schwarcz
Production Designer: Kenzie Kate Floyd
Sound Mixer: Joe Mullins
Script Supervisor: Grant Harvey
Hair & Makeup: Kate Heiting
Editor: Joel Jay Blacker
Colorist: Connor Lambert
VFX Artist: Connor Lambert
Music: Stanley Hitchcock
Re Recording & ADR Mixer: Geraldo Gutierrez
Dialogue & Sound Effects Editor: Geraldo Gutierrez
Foley Artist: Greg Ortiz
Stills Photographer: Kenzie Kate Floyd
Production Assistants: Katie Voorhis, Kjersten Jensen & Natalie Welch
Special Thanks: Row Five LLC, Gille Klabin, Aubrey Blacker

Facebook.com/LetsDoItShortFilm
 

The Mercy Seat

The scene involves Ben and his mistress, Abby, who is also his boss. Abby pleads with Ben to call his wife and reveal the affair.

Adapted from Neil LaBute's 'The Mercy Seat' (2002).
 
describ how old people suffer when they get older from their sons - describ the fact in this life for the older
 

Memories of Daema-ri

Memories of Daema-ri
대마리의 추억,

두루미평화마을은 정부에서 국방력 강화와 식량증산의 목적에 부합하는 모델인
이스라엘의 기부스 농장을 견학 후 반공정신이 투철한 재향군인 150명을
1967년 2월 가입주 시키므로써 두루미평화마을의 역사가 시작되었다.
 

Error Command - Hot Spot - Offical Video

2d animation by MBJ to help his floundering music career. Please encourage these sad musical endevours by listening to https://open.spotify.com/artist/5rJr2Na4WlQznf5YvCmonr
 
written, directed, edited: Lukasz Pytlik
cinematography: Szymon Kurzawa
starring: Tamara Behler, Kacper Araszewski
 

The Small Things

The Small Things
Maroc Telecom TV Commercial Director’s cut

Film Director: Günther Gheeraert

Director of Photography: Mahdi Lepart
Music: Mooders


Agency: DDB Zone Bleue
Art Director: Youssef Mouhime
Client: Maroc Telecom


Production: Sigma

Producer: Mohamed Larbi Idrissi
Line Producer: Najwa Borak
Production Coordinator: Abdallah Chenri
1st Assistant Director: Nawal Boutaleb
Editing: Aziz Boujid / Günther Gheeraert
Grading: Günther Gheeraert


Talents: Youssef, Naima, Fatima, Fayçal, Soukaina, Hamza, Nora, Wiam, Ines
Shot in Casablanca, Morocco

Cameras: RED Epic Dragon

Lenses: Carl Zeiss T2.1 series

www.gunther-gheeraert.com
 

Kiize_Cocktails

 
Braved freezing temperatures the last few days to finally capture some test footage of the brand new DJI Mavic Air. Could not be more pleased with the advancements in small form factor cinema and the portability DJI has brought to the table with the new Mavic Air. The 100mbs 4k really makes a difference, even though it lacks the d-log profile range of the Mavic Pro, Phantoms and Inspires. Mind you, this drone folds up into the palm of my hand. Think about that while you're watching.

The aerial short was shot and edited at 4K/30fps in Cinelike D color graded in post. No noise reduction software was used.

The eerie soundtrack makes for a unique perspective of north Seattle.. Please watch it in 4k with headphones or TV/Audio setup for best quality. Enjoy!

Shot and Edited By James Austin

For footage or service inquiry please contact \n This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 
Are we being programmed and triggered into a state of emergency with the latest flu outbreak?
Also go to https://youtu.be/IRgtZqJEPW8 and share the news.
 

The Dance (2018)

Adam is ready for the perfect school dance with his date Abby, but he's forgotten one important thing...

I made this short film for a school project, and while I had a few limitations which led to a few issues (specifically with sound), I'm still very happy with the finished project.
 

Niagara Falls - Rainy mood

Niagara Falls - Ontario ,is a Canadian city at the famous waterfalls of the same name , linked with the U.S. by the Rainbow Bridge. Its site on the Niagara Rivers western shore overlooks the Horseshoe Falls , the cascades most expansive section.
camera Nikon
music by Eric Matyas / Magnificent Blue /
 

Redemption Square Episode 3: Working Men (1900s)

In 1908, a visitor to L.A. encounters the greatest “working man’s park” he has ever seen, while the Park Board streamlines the park’s design to keep pace with surging business activity in downtown.

Third of 7 episodes in "Redemption Square," a journey into the hidden world of Pershing Square in downtown Los Angeles.
Watch the full film: vimeo.com/255699361
More info: moodyfilm.com/redemption-square

"Working Men" is based on the observations of Louis de Buff, a merchant from Oakland who visited Los Angeles in 1908, and the words of Park Commissioner Charles “Judge” Silent, the former attorney-turned-real estate investor who mustered the political will to redevelop Pershing Square (then known as Central Park) in 1910. Silent recruited John Parkinson, a local architect who designed many iconic buildings in downtown L.A., to draft up the new plan. Learn more here: moodyfilm.com/working-men

Directed by John Moody
Starring Lisa Biagiotti (wikipedia.org/wiki/Lisa_Biagiotti) & Lorraine Morland
Original Music by Nick Myers (nicholasmyers.org) & Colin Yarck
Sound Design by Colin Yarck (colinyarck.com)
Graphic Design by John Cranston (visualcreatures.com)
Cinematography by Drew Ganyer (drewganyer.com) & Garrett Lamb (vimeo.com/videosmithfilms)
Produced by Anne Whiston Spirn (annewhistonspirn.com)
An Invisible Cities Studio (moodyfilm.com) & MIT DUSP (dusp.mit.edu) Production
 

LAUNDRY DAY

 

Redemption Square Episode 5: Safe Haven (1980s)

In 1986, a woman with nowhere to go finds refuge in the run-down Pershing Square, while a new business association fights to redesign the park as a beacon for international investment in downtown Los Angeles.

Part 5 of 7 in "Redemption Square," a journey into the hidden world of Pershing Square in downtown Los Angeles.
Watch the full film: vimeo.com/255699361
More info: moodyfilm.com/redemption-square

"Safe Haven" follows in the footsteps of Lorraine Morland, a native Angeleno who slept on the streets of downtown for eight years and spent much of her time in Pershing Square, as well as the writings of Janet Marie Smith, executive director of the Pershing Square Management Association, which sponsored an international competition to redesign the park in 1986. Learn more here: moodyfilm.com/safe-haven/.

Although the competition's winning design (by SITE) never saw the light of day, Janet Marie’s work laid the political foundations for another organization (the Pershing Square Property Owners Association) to redevelop the park in 1994 - this time with a design by architect Ricardo Legorreta, landscape architect Laurie Olin, and artist Barbara McCarren. Their design's purple bell tower, abstract geometry, and compartmentalized spaces and are the elements by which most people recognize Pershing Square today.

Directed by John Moody
Starring Lisa Biagiotti & Lorraine Morland
Original Music by Nick Myers (nicholasmyers.org) & Colin Yarck
Sound Design by Colin Yarck
Graphic Design by John Cranston
Cinematography by Drew Ganyer & Garrett Lamb
Produced by Anne Whiston Spirn
An Invisible Cities Studio & MIT DUSP Production
 

Dry Days

Alex’s co-workers all think she’s going on vacation. Instead, she's seeking her own version of self-care
 

Endless

ENDLESS.

Endless is about movement, possibilities and combination of classic, modern and contemporary dance, mixed with urban dance. All the styles are connected in a way, mixing and connecting together.

Directed & edited by Patrice Mathieu
DOP : Julien Fontaine
Dancers : Frédérique Rodier, Miranda Chan, Gab Robert & Jamie Elalouf
Music : L-Vis 1990 & T. Williams - Stand Up
Location : StereoBar
 

City of Athens - A Portrait of a Changing Metropolis

https://alexandrosmaragos.com | https://www.facebook.com/alexandermaragos
https://www.instagram.com/alexmaragos | https://twitter.com/alexmaragos

The film is a homage to the capital of Greece. It features hyperlapse, timelapse and drivelapse cinematography of the urban area and the skyline of "το κλεινόν άστυ" / the glorious city. Shot almost entirely from the highest rooftops, hills and mountains at night, the film explores the urban core, the city center and beyond.

More: https://alexandrosmaragos.com/city-of-athens

For any matters related to CITY OF ATHENS please contact: \n This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 

Redemption Square Episode 7: Time in Place

In Pershing Square, two women reflect on life in Los Angeles and make an unusual connection.

The concluding episode to "Redemption Square," a journey into the hidden world of Pershing Square in downtown Los Angeles.
Watch the full film: vimeo.com/255699361
More info: moodyfilm.com/redemption-square

Directed by John Moody
Starring Lisa Biagiotti (wikipedia.org/wiki/Lisa_Biagiotti) & Lorraine Morland
Original Music by Nick Myers (nicholasmyers.org) & Colin Yarck
Sound Design by Colin Yarck (colinyarck.com)
Graphic Design by John Cranston (visualcreatures.com)
Cinematography by Drew Ganyer (drewganyer.com) & Garrett Lamb (vimeo.com/videosmithfilms)
Produced by Anne Whiston Spirn (annewhistonspirn.com)
An Invisible Cities Studio (moodyfilm.com) & MIT DUSP (dusp.mit.edu) Production
 
Oslo kommune, Bymiljøetaten preparing ski tracks in Oslo for the ski enthusiasts. Here in the track Handicapløypa a track with lights when being dark.
Sony Xperia.
 

IN THE MIDDLE OF WINTER

IN THE MIDDLE OF WINTER

Director
Alisa Zaianova (Instagram @alisaz_world)

Cinematographer
Oleg Zayanov (Instagram @oleg_zayanov)

www.olegzayanov.com

Link for last episode "IN THE MIDDLE OF SUMMER" - https://vimeo.com/225815722

Ursa mini pro 4.6k RAW

Los Angeles, 2018
 

Punctuate

Exploring Cartoon MoBlur in After Effects...