1. Watchtower of Morocco

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    from Leonardo Dalessandri / Added

    339K Plays / / 442 Comments

    Walking through the streets of Marrakech, Essaouira, Fes el Bali and Casablanca.. taking in the sights and sounds of this beautiful place. I just wish my camera had shown the true beauty of Morocco. Big thanks to Silvia Delle Grottaglie. THANKS TO ALL PEOPLE WHO WERE THERE WITH US AND LET US SHOOT THIS VIDEO. Music: "Grand Pianola Music" by John Adams facebook.com/dalessandri I have a new page on Facebook: 
facebook.com/leonardolucadalessandri You can like it, share it, or just have a look on it :)

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    • ISLANDS

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      from Diego Contreras / Added

      226K Plays / / 428 Comments

      Shot in the U.S. Virgin Islands during my honeymoon vacation. Dedicated to my beautiful wife Saury. Shot on a Canon 7D with a Sigma 30mm F1.4 and Tokina 11-16 F2.8. Music: Dreams Today by Efterklang http://thisisdiego.net *See this link for a color grade comparison: https://vimeo.com/51197140

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      • "A Life In The Day"

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        from John Mayer / Added

        183K Plays / / 176 Comments

        Filmed on May 5, 2010, a mostly first-person chronicle of the day's events leading up to a performance in Wollongong, Australia. Shot on Canon 5D mkII with 50mm 1.2 and 24-70 lenses.

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        • Paper Dreams

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          from Kenneth Onulak / Added

          258K Plays / / 116 Comments

          © 2010 Kenneth Onulak www.kaluno.com This is my Junior Degree Project that I worked over the Spring semester at RISD. I got the original concept of creating a cutout animation for art made with a single sheet of paper and the stratastencil technique. I wanted the animation to have a dream like quality exploring the reality and space in which the dream exists and felt that the cutout technique fit this idea. Color was another consideration that I built into the design of the animation to help enhance the dreamlike qualities of the film. From here the idea grew and as I did studies involving birds, umbrellas, water, trees, and other things I was able to refine my idea and break it down to find the core essentials of the film. Once I had my subject matter down and I was able to start animating. Most of the animation is hand drawn (the tree was drawn by hand then animated in Adobe After Effects). Once I had the animation drawn, I filled it all in with black marker, shot it, and brought it into Adobe After Effects and ran an auto trace on it to create that cutout effect. To create the final look of the film, I started with a basic mockup frame that I used to make rough style frames and an animatic with. Later applying the animation over the animatic to create a fine cut, while using it to do render tests and get a feel of how the workflow was going to work out. From there I made the final frame and created 7 colored backings for it, which I swapped out while hanging the frame in different places on the wall. I lit the frame to give it the shadows in the image and used these pictures later, compositing them together so that they were all hanging on the wall at the same time. After that it was matter of compositing in all the animation, adding a drop shadow to the paper to make it flow better with the look and feel of the frame, and lots of rendering. For the sound I partnered with a student from the Berklee School of Music in Boston named John Nolan. I explained to him what I was looking for and through different sound tests and experiments he was able to narrow down specific instruments to use. With every edit to the sound I would provide some notes, feedback and things I thought would help add to the sound as well as strengthen the animation. John took those ideas and applied them with other elements to create a really beautiful final soundtrack. All of this came together over a 12 week period to create this final film. Feel free to comment and enjoy!

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          • Steadfast Stanley

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            from John Cody Kim / Added

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            My 3rd year Calarts film! Stanley the Pembroke Welsh Corgi is left behind in the break of an apocalypse. All he wants to do is get back to his owner… I think this year I really learned a lot! Music is by Devotchka Special thanks to my faculty, friends and family! Here are some production work for the film! http://johncodykim.blogspot.com/2014/05/steadfast-stanley.html Also, you gatta check out other CalArts films!! https://vimeo.com/channels/calartscharanimfilms2014

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            • Be A Manwolf Today

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              from éS Skateboarding / Added

              263K Plays / / 98 Comments

              http://esskateboarding.com/product/fall-2011/footwear/taido-machotaildrop http://facebook.com/manwolfs http://facebook.com/eSskateboarding Kick to Kill by Corey Adams & Alex Craig Music - SERVE Audio Sound design - Eric Paul Sound Mix - Brody Ratsoy Man Wolf Costumes - Monika Valyi Explosion - Brent FX & Val Rick's Makeup - Kyla Tremblay Executive Producer - Seb Palmer Featuring John J Mackie - Man Wolf leader Rick McCrank - Blair Stanley John Rattray - The Doctor The Man Wolfs - Mike Prior Will Howell Hernan Kahs Eric Devro Colin Nogue Zach Barton Jamer Dudemon Sheldon Meleshinski Jeffro Halliday Jared Valentine Brett Gifford Graham Nicholas Dave Levington Dave Hoffman Xavier Burt Nathan Wayne Funk Harvey Foster Tyler Lepore Jesse Cochrin James Scrivano Wayne Morhart Christian Betancor-Leon And - Evan Haines Lo Pace Craig Trudeau Saz Dee Craig Miki Heaps Katherine Horseman Adrian Preece & William Bodine Special thanks - Mike Prior Hernan Edwardo Kahs William Howell II Oliver Linsley Korey Lucas Ja Pace Mahsa Pazhouh Natalia Campos Pancho Pace Luka Zander Craig Panos Cosmatos Craig Trudeau JP Valdes Simon Redkop Bobby Worrest Mike Manzoori Gordon Nicholas The Hoffman Residence

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              • Kaja Gunnufsen - Au

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                from Kenneth Karlstad / Added

                153K Plays / / 78 Comments

                Short narratives of people on a tram. A UKMVA & IMVF nominee Featured in Your Music Today, Director's Spotlight: http://goo.gl/Zwsr8o https://twitter.com/KajaGunnufsen https://twitter.com/KennethKarlstad Director/editor - Kenneth Karlstad Cinematographer - Torfinn R. Sanderud Itunes: http://goo.gl/Zt930s Spotify: http://goo.gl/93nWha 1. AD - Maria Grazia Di Meo, web: http://www.mariagraziadimeo.com/ 2. AD - Joachim Joachimsen Camera assitants - Jon Røgeberg, Jonas Rand Haukeland Cast John Sigurd Kristensen Maria H. Dragsten Mille Korsgaard Melody Favish Kristian Stokke Asbjørn Røen Halsten Jon A. Martinsen Thora Bjørke Sandberg Thea Sofie Loch Ness Jannicke Stendal Maria Grazia Di Meo, web: http://www.mariagraziadimeo.com/ Kaja Gunnufsen Edward Raison Jonas Rand Haukeland Even Rolland Pettersen Christiane Grelland Ben Bouker Tormod Berge Tea Wolff Anna Jakobson Vaagland Katinka Grinde Levorstad Lars Hvidsten Tim Salvesen

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                • The City Never Sleeps

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                  from BKM Pictures / Added

                  21.7K Plays / / 75 Comments

                  This is about 6 months worth of footage, all thing considering. The DVD drops Winter 2011. Thanks to everybody who skated. Shot on a Sony EX1R, Panasonic HVX200A, several Sony FX-1's, Canon HF21, Canon XA-H1. Cut in FCP, graded in Color, and titled in Motion

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                  • Cottonwood Lakes to Mt. Whitney

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                    from Sheldon Neill / Added

                    68.3K Plays / / 51 Comments

                    Making route from Cottonwood Lakes to the summit of Mount Whitney--the highest point in the contiguous United States--was one of the toughest challenges in my life. My pack weighing in at 85 pounds--67lbs when exiting, I traveled and documented my journey using the following: Body: Canon 5D Mark II Lens: Canon 24mm f/1.4 L USM II Filter: 77mm Fader ND Mark II Batteries: 6 Canon LP-E6 + 18 AA Energizer Adv.-Lithium Memory: 5 Delkin 32GB CF X450 Tripod: Vangaurd Alta 264AO+ Track Head Mount: Manfrotto Mini Ball 494RC2 Special thanks to Dynamic Perception for the Stage Zero Dolly. I received my kit and 3 rechargeable batteries with only a day to spare before my trip. This was the first time I've used the dolly, and didn't have time to really practice with it, so more videos coming soon. Unfortunately the weather was too perfect---I.E. no clouds were available until the last day of my trip, so sorry if some of the time-lapses may seem rather empty. Along my journey I was accompanied by two friends of mine: Anthony & Bryson. We made this trip an awesome 5 day 4 night adventure from Sequoia National Park to Inyo National Forest. We camped at the following locations and altitudes before summiting Mt. Whitney(14,497ft - 14,505ft.): Night 1: Cottonwood Lakes(4 & 5) Alt.: 11,000 ft. Night 2: Lower Soldier Lake Alt.: 10,800 ft. Night 3: Lower Crabtree Meadow Alt.: 10,330 ft. Night 4: 2 hills above Guitar Lake Alt.: 12,050 ft. DISCLOSURE: Facebook http://facebook.com/sheldon.neill Twitter https://twitter.com/#!/SheldonNeill I rented the lens used for this trip from: www.LensRentals.com Dolly Kit from: www.DynamicPerception.com Music by: IWFYLS Title: Sleep http://soundcloud.com/iwfyls Along my journey to the summit of Mt. Whitney I was stopped by dozens of travelers asking what I had strapped to the side of my pack--the 6ft aluminum track from the dolly kit--and what I was doing with it. (I had some good laughs) Not one person knew its purpose or what it was, but hopefully Dynamic Perception plans on releasing a more compact version of the Stage Zero Dolly relatively soon. Links: http://www.geek.com/articles/geek-cetera/camper-carries-85-pound-pack-to-capture-amazing-video-of-mt-whitney-2011082/ http://www.gizmodo.fr/2011/08/03/en-chemin-vers-le-mont-whitney-4421m-time-lapse.html

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                    • SMILE - "Perfect holiday", by Karim Rejeb

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                      from December Producciones / Added

                      Video Click "Perfect Holiday", song from the SMILE EP "Seasides", out from June 12th, 2012. FREE DOWNLOAD "SEASIDES" EP HERE !!! - http://www.rtve.es/radio/radio3/smile/

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