We name them the Vikings, their life is regulated by the sea, the fishing and "Him". With white beard, hands used by work and eyes blinded by the sun, they sail. Every wave is a poem. The Stromboli keeps an eye on them, the sea is sometimes reluctantly perilous.
Li chiamano i Vichinghi, la loro vita è scandita dal mare, dalla pesca e da "Iddu". Con la loro barba bianca, le mani segnate dal lavoro e gli occhi accecati dal sole, navigano. Ogni onda è una poesia. Lo Stromboli sorveglia su loro, il mare suo malgrado si potrebbe rivelare pericoloso da un momento all'altro.
On les appelle les Vikings, leur vie est scandée par la mer, la pêche et "Lui". Avec la barbe blanche, les mains rêches par le travail et les yeux aveuglés par trop de soleil, ils naviguent. Chaque vague est une poésie. Le Stromboli veille sur eux, la mer est parfois périlleuse à contre-coeur.
A wecrosstheline.tv production
A film by Gabriele Trapani
Assistant Directors Nicola Di Marco and Ruby Miah
Music Chapelier Fou - Fritz Lang
Subtitles Bérangère Mc Neese and Edwin Petit
A special thanks to Vincenzo Modica, extraordinary guide who showed us Stromboli and his people.
This is the story of Jake Giuriceo and his journey of becoming a professional boxer. His story was brought to light by Meant4More Apparel and is a prime example of living a life with purpose and believing that we are all meant for great things.
Shot on the Sony FS700 with Canon L series lenses. Produced and Directed by Alex Vo. Cinematography by Marco Bercasio.
UPDATE 12-7-2012 - I just heard recent news of Jake and he suffered a bad eye injury from his last fight that is threatening his career as a professional boxer... If you've seen this video, you'll know how much this means to him... If you would like to reach him and show him some support/encouragement, I know he would appreciate it during this rough time.
-Winner of the 2013 National Magazine Awards for best Multimedia piece of the year-
Cheetahs are the fastest runners on the planet. Combining the resources of National Geographic Magazine and the Cincinnati Zoo, and drawing on the skills of an incredible crew, we documented these amazing cats in a way that’s never been done before.
Using a Phantom camera filming at 1200 frames per second while zooming beside a sprinting cheetah, the team captured every nuance of the cat’s movement as it reached top speeds of 60+ miles per hour.
The extraordinary footage that follows is a compilation of multiple runs by five cheetahs during three days of filming.
For more information about cheetah conservation, visit causeanuproar.com/
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Hi, please can you take a peek at this short documentary I made during my 2nd year at uni? Thanks..
hey, here's a portrait of the wounderful artist "Mizzo" and short process documenation of one of her wall paintings.
Hi Greg, have a look at my short doc 'MOSTLY EMPTY SPACE'- vimeo.com/58326540