1. Director - Shah Azman
    Cinematography - Zul Luey & Umar Mita
    Editing & Post - Umar Mita
    Music - This Will Destroy You - Villa Del Refugio
    Voice Over - Shamir Hameed
    Talents - Fahim Fadzlishah & Adzry Adznan

    Scripts were taken from collection of inspiring quotes.

    Special thanks to Raihan Razman, Zulfadly Aziz

    # vimeo.com/83281523 Uploaded 10.9K Plays 14 Comments
  2. This is my first short film for Guillaume Drapier, Founder of Comete Motocycles.
    Shot in one day, achieved without any budget.

    Shot in raw with Magic Lantern on a Canon 5D Mark III

    Director / Editor : Mathieu Maury
    Cinematographers : Romain Decomble, Eudes Quittelier
    Color Grading : Eudes Quittelier
    Text : Lise Beuve
    Narrator : Paul Bandey
    Music : A.Taylor – Nostalgia
    Mixing: Jesse James Rosquin – Studio Apollon XIII
    Actor : Guillaume Drapier

    Big thanks to :
    Ores-group, Nicolas Guittard, Julien Boulard, Stanislas Giroux, Nancy El Bahrawi, Julien Scussel, Anaïs Deféver, Jonathan Cj Tassin, Ewald Wilson, and all my friends and my family.

    Narration :
    There is a light that never goes out. It dwells deep inside us, giving us motivation and shaping our path.
    That light is the flicker of creation.
    The spark of an idea.
    The outline of a design.
    It is the desire that stokes our passions and makes us strive to go further.
    This internal fire feeds our dreams and puts a glint in our eye.
    It is the energy that ignites our creativity.
    It tills the land.
    It shapes and gives life to the medium being crafted.
    Every creation is imbued with the being that created it, as if the medium is breathing in the spirit of the craftsman.
    Isn't that the most beautiful way of leaving a trace of our existence, of our time on this earth?
    To create is the only way to traverse time, to wander through the ages.
    It is the only way to become immortal, to be infinite.
    If this light goes out, we die.
    --------------------------
    Il est une lumière qui ne meurt jamais.
    Elle sommeille en chacun, nous anime et dessine nos chemins.
    Elle est l’étincelle de la création.
    L’éclair d’une idée…
    L’esquisse d’un projet.
    C’est l’envie qui nourrit les passions et nous pousse à aller toujours plus loin.
    C’est cette petite flamme que l’on peut voir dans les yeux de chacun et qui nourrit nos rêves.
    C’est l’énergie qui embrase notre créativité, anime nos mains de démiurge, travaille la terre et la matière pour lui donner forme, pour lui donner vie.
    Chaque oeuvre est imprégnée de l’être qui l’a créé, comme si la matière, enfermait en son sein une bribe de spiritualité.
    N’est-ce pas là, la plus belle manière de laisser une trace de notre existence, de notre passage sur cette terre ?
    Créer est le seul moyen de traverser le temps, de vagabonder à travers les âges, de devenir immortel, d’être infini.
    Si cette lumière s’éteint, nous mourrons.

    http://www.mathieumaury.com

    # vimeo.com/84391929 Uploaded 240K Plays 146 Comments
  3. Desillusion Celebrate THE BLASTER by Nixon.
    Special Print Portfolio on Desillusion Magazine #43 available on http://ow.ly/r9cWG

    Directed & Edited
    by Sebastien Zanella

    Filmed by
    Pierre David & Sebastien Zanella

    Music
    Louis - Frozen Time

    Produced by Nixon.

    # vimeo.com/80253600 Uploaded 19K Plays 7 Comments
  4. The collage artist makes us question the worth of taking something at face value. More on http://www.theavantgardediaries.com

    Directed & Produced by Kelly Nyks & Jared P. Scott / Cinematography & Editing by Mike McSweeney / Music Composition by Malcolm Francis / Artwork by Mark Wagner / Process Video by Mark Wagner / Animation by Noah Poole & Nic Stark / Colorist: Josh Kanuck / Production Assistance by Greg Hartofelis / Additional Camera by Theron Powell

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    # vimeo.com/79148964 Uploaded 309K Plays 78 Comments
  5. On the 48th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, Errol Morris explores the story behind the one man seen standing under an open black umbrella at the site.

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