Hello! My name is Ionut Turda and I am a young filmmaker (25 years old) from Transylvania, Romania . I have developed a great passion for films even since I was 9 years old. When I turned 10, I have received a gift from my parents consisting in my first video camera. I can honestly say that it was love at first sight. Starting with that age and until now, I produced hundreds of projects on different topics.
This is not just another video meant to emphasize the contrast between two different worlds.
There are people waiting for us to prove that we care. This is their cry for help. They live in fear and danger. We saw that reality with our own eyes and we felt the thrill on our own skin.
This story is meant to raise our awareness of their struggle and to determine us to take concrete measures in order to help them. The time has come to try to stop the indifference.
There are thousands of people who need us.
Let's not make them wait for too long. Now, it is high time to act!
Every offering can save a life. Feel free to find more about at: hopeforkids.org.au
Directed, Filmed & Edited by Ionuț Turda
Producer: Natanael Costea
Camera Assistent: Cristian Nemeș
Sound Design: Ionuț Turda
Text Concept & Voice-Over: Ionela Taloș
Color Correct: Ionuț Turda, Cristian Nemeș
Timelapse: Theo G.
All the scenes and video sequences are shot by me and represent the property of IT Media Studio
The material consists of 2 parts:
-the first one contains sequences from Romania (Transylvania), France (Paris), Italy (Rome), USA (New York, Chicago, Las Vegas)
- the second part contains sequences from Indonesia, Vietnam and Cambodia.
Special thanks to all those who were involved in this project!
Final Cut Pro 7
Adobe After Effects – VFX & Titles
Apple Color – Color correct
Cubase - sound design
Slow motion: 720p & 1080 twixtor.
Camera and Accessories:
Part 1: Canon 7D, Canon 5D mark2, Canon 5D mark3
Part 2: Canon 7D (Asia)
Lenses: Canon 17-40L, 24-70L, 70-200L,50-1.4,17-85 IS
+ Zacuto accessories. (thanks to Eduard Schneider)
Believe or not, the second part was stabilized in its entirety without using a tripod. I only used Zacuto Striker+ Zacuto Z-Finder Pro.
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