120fps custom built camera by Janosch himself, pretty awesome piece of hardware!
Thank you, Janosch, keep the videos and pictures coming - we'll show the world what's the new sexy:)
yours truly nikolart.cz
My rental apartment in Dusseldorf, Germany
We all know what sex looks like. Many movies have tried to capture the magic, but most can only bring home the tricks.
This movie allows you to participate where others leave you the unsatisfied peeping tom. It dares to share the slowness.
In a unique twist, this film is edited in real-time. As real-life couple Wim and Floor spend an afternoon in the sunwashed rooms of an old house in Belgium, the camera simply follows.
In the slowness, we get the build, the sweetness, and the sexiness.
Forget about fingersnapping fast editing. Slow is where it’s at.
This film was conceived as a collaboration between Amsterdam-based erotic filmmaker Jennifer Lyon Bell and Belgian artist/DJ/author/lingerie-designer Murielle Scherre, aka La Fille D’O. They created it for the feminist Stout(st)e Dromen Festival in Antwerp, Belgium.
We are thrilled to announce that this film won First Prize for "Best Direction" at the prestigious international Feminist P**n Awards in Toronto.
COME SEE PHOTOS, BEHIND-THE-SCENES FROM THE FILM, AND MORE AT:
Now available on DVD!
Jennifer Lyon Bell, director
Blue Artichoke Films
I did a lot of editing retouching and compositing on this viral for Van Gils. The viral was spread on the internet as a 'leaked sextape'.
The story and film were picked up by more than 350 blogs worldwide and was featured on TMZ and Howard Stern. They all believed it was real. The spot was viewed over 15 million times.
talent: Carmen Electra & friend
director: Delano Sookha
edit: Allard Zoetman
compositing: Allard Zoetman, Bart Barendregt, Beer Buijsman
Color: Beer Buijsman
music: Rimer Veeman / rimer london
An internet commercial I directed for dutch fashion brand Van Gils featuring Carmen Electra.
This part was released as a teaser. Goal was to gain maximum media attention and was to be followed by part two: The Reveal. vimeo.com/28692187
We set out to create the world's first celebrity branded sextape. The story and film were picked up by more than 350 blogs worldwide and was featured on TMZ and Howard Stern. They all believed it was real. The spot was viewed over 15 million times.
I tested out several cameras, but chose a Leica D-Lux 3 to shoot it, because that looked the most realistic.
Client: Van Gils
Agency: Selmore Amsterdam
Director: Delano Sookha
Camera: Delano Sookha
music: TenableDub - Some trouble