Shot in the restricted runway area of Singapore Changi Airport.
Ever wondered what it's like in one of the busiest airports in the world? With a flight landing and taking off almost every minute during peak hours, it can get pretty insane.
Shoot a timelapse of that, and you get transported to a sci-fi world with shooting stars breaking into the atmosphere.
This was shot mostly in the restricted runway area of Singapore's Changi Airport and the surrounding public areas for some scenes. I was so close to the planes that my cameras literally got shaken by the rumbles from the jet engines - Which actually produced a pretty neat effect. (See 2:13)
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The guys from Changi Airport reached out to me to shoot in the restricted runway area of Changi Airport after they saw my first film from The Air Traffic series which was shot at Changi Beach. It was a thrilling experience as you don't usually get to enter the restricted runway area, let alone shoot in it.
Even after doing this the second time, I'm still amazed at the results of timelapsing airplanes flying at night.
Cinematography & Editing by Milton Tan
Soundtrack by Tim McMorris
Special thanks to Melvin from Changi Airport for arranging a crew to drive us to the great locations around the airport to get the shots. And Changi Airport Group for providing the access to shoot!
It's only been a week and this video has kinda gone viral with over 6k shares and 10k likes on the facebook version. The YouTube/Vimeo version has over 150k combined views, both growing quickly daily! It has since been featured on local Channel 5 News and Channel NewsAsia. Huge news sites like DailyMail, Gizmodo, Engadget, Yahoo etc. have talked about it. Thanks for all the support guys!
Australian artist Andy Thomas specializes in creating ‘audio life forms’: beautiful abstract shapes that react to sounds. In this animated short, he visualizes two recorded bird sounds from the archives of the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision [beeldengeluid.nl] in Hilversum.
An increasing amount of sounds and images from European archives, museums and libraries are available for creative re-use. For the Europeana Creative Challenge, we’re looking for innovative projects that use archival material available via Europeana (europeana.eu) in a creative way. Send in your own idea to create, for example, a mash-up, an app or a game at ecreativechallenges2014.istart.... The winner will be aided by specialized professionals in realizing their project.
Deux ans après sa révélation sur Youtube, la chanteuse Camerounaise Irma, du label MY MAJOR COMPANY, sort son second album « Faces ». SUPERBIEN assure la Direction Artistique et le Vidéomapping du clip « Save Me » produit par HK CORP.
Dans ce poème visuel, Irma nous transporte entre différents univers plus oniriques les uns que les autres. La chanteuse, accompagnée de petites danseuses et de musiciens, exécute une chorégraphie en accord parfait avec le contenu des images projetées par sept vidéoprojecteurs dans une boite blanche. SUPERBIEN relève le défi de tourner ce clip en un plan séquence ou tout le contenu vidéo est projeté en compensation optique en fonction du point de vue de la caméra, plongeant ainsi le spectateur dans une véritable oeuvre immersive.
Two years after being revealed on Youtube, Cameroonian singer Irma released her second album "Faces".
On the song "Save me" SUPERBIEN was Artistic Director and created a vidomapping clip. In this visual poem, the singer, accompanied by young dancers and by musicians, performs a choreography perfectly in sync with the videomapping content, diffused by seven projectors in a white box.
SUPERBIEN's challenge was to film this video in sequence shot, while the content was projected by optical compensation (ie. depending on the point of view of the camera) so as to immerse the viewer into the video.
Artiste : Irma
Label : My Major Company
Production exécutive : HK Corp
Idée originale : Xavier Maingon
Directeur Photo : Xavier Maingon
Réalisation : Xavier Maingon & Marc-Antoine Hélard
Direction artistique et Videomapping : Superbien
Technique Videoprojection : ETC Audiovisuel
Musique : Irma - Save me
In 2014 the Tower of London will be commemorating the centenary anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War through a major art installation, in collaboration with ceramic artist Paul Cummins with stage setting by Tom Piper.
The Tower's dry moat will be filled with 888,246 ceramic poppies -- one for each British fatality during the war.
Blind Crow Pictures have had the honour of documenting the process of the creation of the work, with this particular film focusing on the installation process of the ceramic poppies in the moat, where theatre designers come together with volunteers to realise an ambitious project to commemorate the First World War, which will continue to grow until Armistice Day on 11 November,
Please visit poppies.hrp.org.uk to find out more about this wonderful installation and commemoration, and of course, if you are in London at any point between now and Armistice day on the 11th of November, please do visit the Tower to see this very powerful sight.
A film by Ben Ridgway
Cosmic Flower Unfolding is a constant flow of emerging and dissolving oceanic, futuristic, and mandala forms. It is a tribute to abstraction, it’s connection to the inner space we inhabit and how it can be externalized.
SPECIAL PRESENTATION – SIGGRAPH 2013 Dailies| Anaheim, CA | summer 2013
ROYAL REEL AWARD: Canada International Film Festival, Vancouver, BC, Canada | March 2014
SECOND PLACE AWARD: Independent Animation | ASIFA Second Annual ASIFA Spring Festival | 2013
Selected Screening/Installation: ANIMA MUNDI 2014 | Brazil | August 2014
Selected Screening: San Francisco International Film Festival | San Francisco, CA | April/May 2014
Selected Installation | Animafest 24th World Festival of Animated Film | Museum of Contemporary Art Zagreb, Croatia | 2014
Selected Screening/Installation: Currents 2014 New Media Festival, New Mexico | June 2014
Selected Screening: Fort McMurray International Film Festival | Alberta, Canada | Aug 2014
Selected Screening: San Francisco Frozen Film Fest | San Francisco, CA | July 2014
Selected Screening: Visionfest | Brooklyn, NY | May 2014
Selected Screening: Northwest Animation Festival | Portland, Oregon | May 2014
Selected Screening: Spirit Quest Film Festival | Edinboro, PA | April 2014
Selected Screening/Installation: Kansas City Film Festival, Kansas City, MO | April 2014
Selected Screening: Athens International Film + Video Festival | Athens, OH | April 2014
Selected Gallery Installation | Dreams and Divinities | San Cristobal, Chiapas, Mexico | March 2014
Selected Screening: Byron Bay International Film Festival | Feb/March 2014