DIRECTOR'S NAME: ROBERT HAMADA / PRODUCTION COMPANY: WARDENCLYFFE / COUNTRY(IES) OF ORIGIN: USA / DURATION: 3'4" / MUSIC: ANTON ESTEBAN / DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY: THOMAS AKIRA NAKASONE / ARTISTIC DIRECTOR: GUIDO CALLARELLI AT MISTER / EDITOR: ANTON ESTEBAN AT GAMMA KNIFE / VISUAL EFFECTS: ALEX CZETWERTYNSKI AT INFARED / JEWELRY STILL LIFE: NICHOLAS ALAN COPE / COLOR: SIGURD WIDENFALK AT VISIBLE / PRODUCTION: WARDENCLYFFE
SHORT FILM SYNOPSIS:
“Amasia- Possible Future Supercontinent After Actual Earth"
demonstrates that if nature is systematic, then there is a calm before
the torrents and an unleashing of perfectly normal change. The moving
imagery of terrain is pure. Its realness fools an untrained eye as
visual effects may trick the sharpest one. The jewelry industry is a
well-mapped frontier in search of discovery.The scenes in this film
welcome a new generation of raw talent and poise to an unexpected
SHORT DIRECTOR BIO:
ROBERT HAMADA, PHOTOGRAPHER + FILMMAKER lives and works in New York.
"style combines classical principles of light color and composition presented in a contemporary fashion to create images with an intangible atmosphere and emotion."
Graduated with a Bachelors of Fine Art from Art Center College of Design after attending Brooks Institute of Photography and Film to then go on to assist the top photographers in fashion and advertising.
Has contributed to Japanese Vogue, Vogue Homme Japan, Nylon, Nylon Guys, Elle (Korea), Smug, Metal, Luel, and exclusive films for Nowness, POP, Interview, Vogue Italia and V Man.
Commercial clients include Levi's, Samsung, CLOSED, Tory Burch, House of Cassette, Chinese Laundry and the Waldorf Astoria.
Recognitions include a nomination for the Sante Fe Center Prize for Photography and portfolio showcase in V Magazine.
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