Dropped-Short Short Film

A dude is cruising down the street pretending to listen to music, when all of a sudden a car falls from the sky. AKWARD.

The Shores of Dream

The Shores of Dream (Super 8, 2012)

A Monochromatic Friday

"A Monochromatic Friday"

Shot and Edited by Warren Wagner

Shot 06.09.2012

I had originally planned to film more shots of people and had a spoken word piece I was going to pair it with. By the time I got downtown it was pretty late and there weren't many people out so I decided to shoot this instead and found this great track by Quantum Jazz.

Wanted to test the new Magic Lantern firmware and see how it could help my shooting.

Camera: Canon T2i (with Magic Lantern firmware)

Canon 50mm f 1.4
Canon kit lens 18-55 f 3.5 - 5.6
Sigman 28-300mm f 3.5 - 6.3
Pentax 20mm f 4
Pentax 28mm f 2.8
Pentax 35mm f 2.8

"Intro" by Quantum Jazz

En la frontera


ADAGIO (Film Case Study No.3)

Starring: Makrus-Maria Enggist, Noémi Besedes, Michael Schweizer-Anliker, Nina Bühlmann & Nathanael Schär (in Order of appearance)
Director: Jan Mühlethaler
Cimematographer: Philipp Künzli
Assistent to the DOP: Christian Anderegg
2nd Assistent to the DOP: Nicole Pfister
Gaffer: Marcel Burch
Runner: Sandro Klopfstein
Artdirector: Sara B. Weingart
Assistent to the Artdirector: Tom Weingart
Make-up: Franziska Nufer
Assistent to the Director: Simone Schelker
Sound: Ivan Steiner
Music-Supervisor: Pete Aurel Leuenberger
Musician: Maria Cappeli (Piano), Ronny Spiegel (Violin) & Pete Aurel Leuenberger (Electronic)
Set-Photos: Sarah Schlosser
Catering: Fred Bodmer & Annette Weber
Location: intraform, Bern
Labor: Andec Film, Berlin / CinePlus, Berlin
Film: Kodak Super16

© roja-media Productions 2011

Señor Sasan Solgi Showreel (2012)

making something out of nothing.

Wren (pitch teaser)

A portrait of religious extremism following a devout young woman on the day she has decided to act on her beliefs in a violent way. Based on Shelley Shannon, who brought a gun to an abortion clinic.

Ryan Anthony's Reel

Ryan Anthony (@RocDigitalPics) born and raised in Bloomfield Connecticut currently residing in Brooklyn, NY Ryan enjoys the Art of putting pictures into motion. Here is a brief summary of the recent projects Ryan has shot, edited and directed!

This is the story of an old man's struggle to bring life back to an abandoned logging town.

Directed and created by Matt Sullivan at Ringling College of Art and Design.
Original score by Corey Wallace
Sound design by Zack Wilson.

If you enjoyed this, feel free to view my blog at www.msulli25.blogspot.com

The Masked Man

A new short film piece by Flyotw showcasing Additional Dialogue Replacement or ADR for short. A skill that is used in feature films, radio and TV adverts, audiobooks etc where the audio is re-recorded in a vocal booth and then reconstructed to the scene in post production.

The Masked Man twist the perspective on how the typical social networking browsing system is perceived by the user. To the masked Man it is an opportunity to exploit but what is it to you?

Art Direction & Cinematographer
James McKenzie-Blyth
Audio Post Production
George Hopcraft
James Keatley
Sound Design
George Hopcraft
Written By
James McKenzie-Blyth
Pro-Int Drifting - Action Meet 2011 @ Mantorp Park Sweden

Loss on the Orient Express

A film by: Enrico Ortu e Jacopo Mutti
Fashion Designer: Elisa Bonizzoni
With: Li Mu Zhen Zi, Riccardo Rossi
Special Thanks: Pin Jie Wang, Arda Ceylan, Antonio Petraglia



MALAIKA - short film by Soma Helmi

A young girl moves half way around the world with her mother, to a remote house in Bali. There, on her 17th birthday, she discovers that she is not all human.

Shot over 4 days on a budget of $300. This short is a teaser of sorts for a feature length film I have in mind and would like to produce...

For more info and behind the scenes photos, check out my Facebook page: facebook.com/somahelmifilms

Starring: Sandrayati Fay, Maya Yonika, Isaac Lubow
Writter/Director/Producer: Soma Helmi
Executive Producer: Liang Tjoa
Co-Produced: Natasha Wilson, Sara Buhring Nurchis
Camera: Natasha Wilson, Raditya Santosa, Soma Helmi
Editor/Color Grader: Soma Helmi
Music: Stephen Harwood Jr
Sound Engineer: Xavier Ng
Hair & Makeup: Monica M Lawton

I Believe I can Fly ( flight of the frenchies). Trailer

Thanks to you all !

WE HAVE BEEN OVERWHELMED BY THE REACTION FROM PEOPLE VIEWING OUR TRAILER AND YOUR HUNDREDS OF COMMENTS, and we hope to be able to film more projects in the months & years to come.
You can download and access more informations about the film including video tutorials on my blog at www.sebmontaz.com

We hope to be able to film more projects in the months & years to come.

I have been filming the Skyliners on an incredible exploration into the world of free flight.
Tancrède, Julien, Seb and Antoine are pioneers in ‘highlining’ - a vertiginous combination of climbing, slackline and tightrope walking.

We travelled from our home in Chamonix to our training ground in the Verdon gorge, testing the limits for our ultimate goal...
We rigged highlines on the skyscrapers of Paris, and finally came to the spectacular cliffs and fjords of Norway.

Months of training led the Skyliners team to attempt their dream of complete freedom... the freedom of flight !

The film maker: www.facebook.com/?pages/?Seb-Montaz-Video-blog/?149892381710213

More about the Skyliners team: facebook.com/?pages/?Skyliners/?270006826367436

Director/Editor: Sébastien Montaz-Rosset
Sound design: by talented Michael Denny www.michaeldennymusic.com/?

Song used: The Rural Alberta Advantage. Frank, AB
Download the album/track here: www.amazon.com/?Frank-AB/?dp/?B002A60FN4


Keep Moving - Official Trailer

A completely improvised dance short. Shot over three days with five aspiring dancers. KeepMoving is an ongoing collaboration of dance, music and film revolving around the idea of improvisation.


Dancers: Kevin Iverson, Christina Blankenship, Zach Enquist, Catie Craft, Spencer Dickhaus

A Film By: Austen Browne
Co-Produced By: Malcolm Browne
Cinematography & Editing: Austen Browne
Music By: Alex Humphreys, Malcolm Browne, Kevin Iverson & Austen Browne

Camaro : Heritage

// Camaro : Heritage \\

- A celebration of the Chevrolet Camaro and it's heritage, over ten (10) 2010/2011 Camaro were featured, also including one of each past generation Camaro in a tribute homage. We hope all Camaro and car enthusiasts alike enjoy. A non-commercial fan project.

// Canon 5D Mark II DSLR Camera & Canon 7D DSLR Camera
-Canon EF 14MM F/2.8 USM II Lens
-Canon EF 35mm F/1.4L USM Lens
-Canon EF 24-70mm F/2.8L USM Lens
-Canon EF 70-200mm F/2.8; USM Lens

// Equipment
-ProAm DVC250 Crane
-Davis & Sanford Provista 12 Tripod with V12 Fluid Head
-IndiSYSTEM IndiSLIDER (attached to additional Tripod with V12 Fluid Head)
-Flycam Nano DSLR w/ Arm Brace
-7" External LCD Monitor (for Crane use)

// Written and Directed by Neil Karunatilaka
// Director of Photography / Cinematography by Rakitha Perera
// Camera Operators : Rakitha Perera & Neil Karunatilaka
// Set Assistance : Nalaka Kahawatte, Nihal Karunatilaka, Taniya Karunatilaka, & James Dillion

// Special Thanks to Camaro5 and Camaro Generations
// Camaro5 : Josh Mac, Colleen Schaefer, Bobbie Jutras, Luis Ruelas, Ramir Ramos, Jarrod Jacobs, Joe Kane, Gagandeep Singh, Steve Kavros, (http://www.camaro5.com/forums/showthread.php?t=158574)
// Camaro Generations : Jason Graham, James Barger, Brett Keroher, Kacy Keroher, Chip and Sherrie Strnad

// Music : Sentinel Prime by Steve Jablonsky; The Fight Will Be Your Own by Steve Jablonsky

// Watch on YouTube : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9pEUreITdkU

// Article featured on CarBuzz.com : http://www.carbuzz.com/news/2011/10/19/Camaro-Video-That-Makes-You-Want-to-Buy-Popcorn-and-Watch-a-2-Hour-Camaro-Movie-7705335/

// Article featured on Camaro5.com :

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// Article featured on Yahoo! Autos Motoramic Blog :

// You can catch the teaser trailer here : http://vimeo.com/27405361

Winter Morning. (CBR x 3.0 // 550D).

: watch in HD with audio.

: i woke up.

: decided I wanted to shoot and edit a short this morning.

: nice atmosphere.

: magic lantern firmware: cbr x 3.0 // had no issues with 'stopped recording' error.

: cut in premiere pro cs5.5.

: edited and graded in AE cs5.5.

: Lenses //
: Nikkor 28mm 2.8 AI.
: Nikkor 50mm 1.4 non AI.
: Canon 50mm 1.8 II.
: Canon 18 - 55mm 2.5 - 5.6.

: theodore maddigan // swinburne national design university // melbourne, australia.

Metropolis - A New York City Timelapse

*Please watch this at the highest resolution you can with the sound up. You'll be glad you did!*

New York City has been my home for seven years and as a filmmaker and photographer I can’t help but be in awe of the vibrancy and beauty of this place . I wanted to create a work that captures and conveys my love for it. This video is something that I have been working to create for two and a half years. As a freelancer, I shot this film in the little windows of time between work, looking for my next job, and getting engaged and married. I’ve shown some of these shots to friends along the way, but this single, unified piece has always been the focus of my filming and I’m very happy to present it now.

I want to thank two people who made this possible; first, my wife Pooja for putting up with my need to shoot sunrises and late-night shots when she’d really rather I didn’t and being my best critic, biggest fan, and muse. And secondly, my awesome friend and collaborator Brandon Bailey who was there from the very first shoot with advice, support and enthusiasm. Thanks for everything!

Filmed between May 2009 and September 2011.

The Whole Story:

Music: "Sweet Disposition" by The Temper Trap

Nikon D700, D7000, D90, D50

Tokina 11-16mm f2.8 ATX
Nikon 14-24mm f2.8
Nikon 20mm f2.8D
Nikon 35mm f1.8G DX
Nikon 50mm f1.4G
Nikon 85mm f1.8D
Nikon 70-200mm VR I f2.8
Nikon 105mm f2.8G

Twitter: http://twitter.com/WillBoisture
Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/boisturephoto/

The Field - Short Film filmed by Canon 600D

Man getting chased through THE FIELD

Wille Yli-Luoma: Picture This

This is a video section that I directed and shot for Wille Yli-Luoma. Wille is a good friend and one of my favorite snowboarders. He is full of life and adventure. It was always exciting to go on a trip and explore with him.

This particular year for my film Picture This we had a few new things that we wanted to accomplish. One of which was a night powder section. And Wille was up for the challenge.

On a trip to Cooke City, MT we stopped in bozeman and loaded up with supplies. There are usually plenty of down days in Cooke City due to the weather. But this time we wanted to make use of them. The first five days were socked in with white out conditions that make it difficult to see anything in the day. But as luck would have it it seemed to clear up every night. So we slept in the day and snowboarded at night.

Most of these locations are 10+ miles out in the back-country. The only way to access them is with snowmobiles. Leaving our cabin at 5pm and getting back around 4am. Dragging all the lights, generators, dollies and cameras without breaking them every night was a challenge to say the least. Add to that temperatures that were averaging -25 Celsius and you can imagine just how difficult it was. To this day I think it still might have been the hardest shoot I have done. All that and it was just for Wille's intro.

But all that aside... It was a blast!

As for the rest of the section it showcases Wille doing what he does best... Snowboarding!

Hope you enjoy!

Song: Wildcat
Artist: Ratatat