1. official video from the album piano made on LOMO anamorphic lenses 75mm 50mm 100mm

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  2. Selects from the upcoming short film The Hobo Menace. Shot with Lomo anamorphic lenses.

    No color correction done in post.

    # vimeo.com/23840209 Uploaded 543 Plays / / 5 Comments Watch in Couch Mode
  3. The hum drum of life and wanting to break free. This is Phrases sentiment with this blockbuster of a clip.

    Directed by Marcus Flack, Written by David Halliday, Produced by David Schmidt and shot by Simon Ozolins.

    Well, we have done it again. Another tight turnaround to produce another winner of a video clip for Universal Music’s Melbourne Hip Hop artist ‘Phrase’. After only recently completing his video for the song ‘Skylight’ featuring Kram from the band Spiderbait, we moved onto yet another adventure in the world of music videos.

    Spaceship is a new track for Phrase off his forthcoming album Clockwork. Phrase raps about the grind of life and how he so desperately longs for something more. After seeing some of the images from his album photo shoot, we were keen to pick up on the character that Phrase had created of the everyday man dreaming of a better existence. We thought what better way to run with this concept than by creating an office environment that requires a jail break...everybody loves a jail break!

    Props wise is was great fun. Phrase had a love for old school computers so we went on a hunt for the most ancient computers we could find. Keep an eye out for these awesome machines of old, especially Phrase's Commodore PET. (YES – pre Commodore 64)

    At the end of the clip Phrase and his work colleagues (made up of an awesome variety of cast) emerge from the tunnel that Phrase dug in a Large open field (we shot this in the farm lands of Loch in South Gippsland). We got some stunning facial expressions from the cast whilst we shot super slow motion footage at 120 frames per second.

    Shot on RED ONE, Simon Ozolins was again at the helm directing the photography. The Lomo Anamorphic lenses gave great depth and cinema like finish to the piece. David Schmidt was all over the production organising all manner of cast and props. This included a wholehearted effort to build a set piece that resembles an underground tunnel, right here in the Liquid Creations studio.

    We look forward to what the clip brings down the track, for now sit back, watch and come along for the ride.

    # vimeo.com/6427348 Uploaded 2,012 Plays / / 5 Comments Watch in Couch Mode
  4. A couple at odds tries to find some hope in one another out in the desert.


    written + directed AYZ WARAICH [ twitter.com/ayz]
    produced JUDD L. TILYARD

    cinematography DREW SUPPA
    sound-design GAVIN LITTLE @ ECHO-LAB.COM
    score CASEY "3PM" CLARK


    Call for email 323-852-6830

    WARNING: an overtly heart-on-sleeve note follows.

    This film was conceived and shot in LA over a period of 3-4 days, with the help of some passionate people, while I was there prepping "The Divine River" (vimeo.com/10044032) last year.

    Basically I was given the opportunity to shoot a little project of my choosing, with a small skeleton crew, and a couple of actors. The catch?

    I only had a couple of hours to come up with something.

    So I buckled down and just began writing. I had no idea what I was going for, but I started typing anyway, and something began to pour out of me. Feelings of anger, love, and frustration just found their way on to the page. When I was done, I only knew that I was very proud of it on a personal level, but not really aware what exactly it would mean to me in the months to come...

    A couple of days later I drove out to Death Valley, Nevada, with my friend/producer Judd Tilyard, and we shot what I had written. A small little intimate short, meant for me more than anyone else. I managed to make some (hopefully) life-long friends out there and was beyond proud of the work I saw Stephen and Jessica contribute as actors -- which is why they are billed first in the final credits.

    Then weeks later, I returned to Toronto...

    ...only to find out my marriage was ending and that my father was dying of cancer. Needless to say, I felt the wind knocked out of me...

    A few months later, I finally forced myself to sit down and start editing the film with the help of my co-editor Mike Burton. The goal was just to busy myself -- but then something happened. As I watched the screen, it hit me...

    I had subconsciously made a film about the end of my marriage.

    Or at least about knowing it was on that edge, where a couple either survives or doesn't. Even back then, out in LA, I had sensed we were in trouble, and had somehow subconsciously written down what I was feeling. It's all there... our anxiety, our frustrations, the love and the hope... from both our sides I think. Even though we are not these characters, the feelings are all there. Not all marriages end because of cheating, lying, and pettiness... Some just end.

    It's not what the film is literally about, as it was designed to be open to interpretation, and hopefully means different things to different people as I had intended...

    However, to me... this is a film about listening to one another before its too late.

    Also it's dedicated to my father.

    Ayz Waraich
    Aug 2010.

    EMAIL: ayz[at]dimeworth[dot]com

    ABOUT ME: about.me/ayz
    TWITTER: twitter.com/ayz
    DIMEWORTH FILMS: dimeworth.com

    # vimeo.com/13194408 Uploaded 70.8K Plays / / 198 Comments Watch in Couch Mode
  5. Short feature Collections 4 "Mint in Box" by comedy director Jordan Vogt-Roberts had been recognized as best short comedy at 2009 Montreal comedy film festival "Just for Laughs". Lensed by Matt Garett on RED camera/LOMO Anamorphic lenses

    # vimeo.com/7132225 Uploaded 1,520 Plays / / 1 Comment Watch in Couch Mode


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These are real anamorphic cinema lenses and are the predecessors of today's modern anamorphic lenses such as Hawks.
Most people's interpretation of LOMO are those

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A channel to showcase LOMO anamorphic lenses - either taken with digital or film cameras.
These are real anamorphic cinema lenses and are the predecessors of today's modern anamorphic lenses such as Hawks.
Most people's interpretation of LOMO are those plastic toy cameras. Well, if you own a LOMO prime or anamorphic lens, you tell those people what a real LOMO is...

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