Gabriel HAZE - Demo Reel
(Extended Version includes on camera interviews with clients of Gabriel Haze)
This reel includes graphic design, motion graphics, branding, film production and additional multimedia projects from the multi-award winning design portfolio of Gabriel Haze; independent freelance designer and owner of HAZE Multimedia & Image Development.
This demo reel showcases work spanning two years and is intended as a visual demonstration of the HAZE Multimedia portfolio located online at HAZEMultimedia.com
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Unconditional follows the lives of two men (Brian Patterson and Michael Foster) over a two day period as they prepare to celebrate their love for one another by having a commitment ceremony in the back yard of their Sanford, Florida home. Haze attempts to showcase this event minus the political fanfare and bringing to audiences abroad a realistic view of how true love will prevail regardless of laws passed to prevent its legally recognized foothold in American society.
Filmed in the Spring, months of collaboration with
musicians, editors and artists brought to the table a soul searching documentary that will contend with many who seek to understand the reality behind same sex relationships.
The chart topping GLBT artist Rachael Sage along with folk/alternative artist Harold Crisman have brought to the film a score that some say will make the cut as being the gay wedding theme of the year with songs like Sage's Proof and Crisman's originally created piece named after the film. It's guaranteed to bring tears of joy and compassion from all walks of life for those who have an open heart and mind.
Darren Deicide stars alongside Marilyn Mansfield and James Hodgeson in Gabriel Haze's 4th directorial music video art piece titled "The Cocaine Song". Shot on location in a tight abode of Jersey City, the video represents the world's conflicts with media as a whole and the embodiment of music itself. The "Napalm, Death and Fire" singer has really brought root to a visual masterpiece that most may find shocking or offensive but in the end really brings home the idea that television has gone too far.
"Second Place" Bayou City Inspirational Film Festival 2009
"Finalist" Action/Cut Film Festival 2009
"Semi-finalist" Adobe Design Achievement Awards 2009
Mtv's "Film Of The Week" June 2009
Mtv's "Best Film On Campus" June 2009
"Official Selection" GIAA Film Festival 2009
"Official Selection" 15 Minutes of Fame Film Festival 2009
"Official Selection" Action On Film Festival 2009
Florida Film Maker Festival; Orlando Museum of Art 2009
"Freedom" visually demonstrates the life of the African American culture during the peaks of slavery and inequality helping to portray the need for all to come together, ending racism and bigotry in all forms.
Showcasing my directing, editing and producing skills together for the very first time, 'Freedom' won the hearts of many as it brought home 9 official selections and awards worldwide. Working with a $300 budget and having less than four days of production to film and edit in its completion, it was this first impression in the film and arts communities that allowed me to continue my work with other musicians to this day.
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