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  2. Director: Yoonha Park
    Produced by Neighborhood Watch
    Producers: Rebekka B. Björnsdóttir, Richard Peete, Arnar Sigurdsson
    DoP: Nick Bentgen
    Editor: Michael Garber
    Wardrobe: Helga Rós V. Hannam
    VFX: Matt Brant
    Colorist: Na Thirakomen

    Featuring: Luke Rathborne, Bryndís Helgadóttir, Sigurður Páll Sigurðsson

    Thank you:
    Steinþór, Atli, Ástríður, Karen & Björn, Siggi Frændi, Ægir Dagsson, Styrmir Sigurdsson, Theresa Norn, Ron Morales, Paul Drake.

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  3. Directors: Lernert & Sander

    D.O.P.: Ram van Meel (Umsjatka Studios)
    Technical realization installations: Egbert Steenwinkel
    Editor: Derek van Egmond
    Audio mixing: Diederik Idenburg
    Producer: Macha Rousakov (Suikerdepot)
    Executive producer: Paul Harting & Anne-Brit de Jong (Suikerdepot)
    Post production: Hectic Electric
    Post production photography: Jan Hibma

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  4. I first became aware of Michael Levin's photographs in 2010. His photographs of everyday places and common subjects are transformed into something much more when he views them through his lens...absolutely stunning! Being that a large majority of Michael's work is done in Japan, I instantly had a connection to it as I too have a bond with Japan and have traveled and documented the landscape extensively in my own way. After watching my film Hayaku ( Michael contacted me regarding a project he was working on and felt it might be of interest to me. He told me that he really appreciated my work and recognized the dedication and effort that went into it. I agreed to go on a trip with him to Japan and work on his project. But for me, there was a greater opportunity at hand. We had several conversations and I gave him some ideas about expanding the project and he really took to it. A month later and we were in Japan having beers and sushi.

    I wanted to document Michael at work, in Japan, in a way that hasn't really been explored with photographers. I told Michael of my idea to make an artistic representation of his experiences in the Land of the Rising Sun - to show him in his working environment in a way that complimented his work. Not to explain it with words, but to feel it through the flow of the film. I wanted to show the process, the journey, the adventure in a way that would give the viewer an emotional connection to Michael and his photography.

    The final result is something that I think is truly original… something that showcases who Michael is, and more importantly, what his work is all about. This film is a collaboration between Michael and I and our love for photography, film, Japan and adventure. This is a subject that Michael and I are continuing to explore as we plan more trips together, more films and more adventures.

    I hope you enjoy!

    **Michael will be conducting a photography workshop in Brighton, UK. this September.
    Please email for all the details.**

    Filmed with:
    Canon 5DMKII
    Dynamic Perceptions Dolly

    Artist- Röyksopp
    Song- Röyksopp Forever
    *Please watch with good speakers or headphones*

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  5. Fraktur writing for the Legacy of Letters italian tour, organize by Paul Shaw, NYC.

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