1. Filmed in September 2012 at Specimen Products in Chicago IL.

    This video features owner/engineer Ian Schneller detailing the internal structures and functionality of his first ever upside down spinning double horn speaker.

    Musical demonstration by Jim Elkington

    Directed by Special Occasion
    Director of Photography - Drew Wehde
    Camera Operator - Amanda Speva
    Camera Operator - Mark Pallman
    Camera Assist - Gary Maloof
    Production Audio - Erik Rasmussen
    Data Management - Abbie Hamilton
    Editor - Mark Pallman
    Assistant Editor - Tim Cahill
    Animation/Design - Tyler Nelson
    Titles - Jason Oberg
    Color - Jeff Greco
    Audio Mix - Marina Bacci

    # vimeo.com/57705581 Uploaded 69.6K Plays 16 Comments
  2. Hidden away in the forests of Nova Scotia is Pita Pitussi, a practicing artist who creates towering, imposing metallic sculptures - some of which can be played as instruments or even ridden as bikes.

    In his studio, we are introduced to his large-scale provocative paintings that incorporate a variety of unique techniques and psychological imagery. In 'Resonance - the Works of Pita Pitussi', we get a glimpse of his life philosophy and his relationship to his work.

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  3. Portrait intimiste de l'artiste Karine POLLENS. Tout en douceur, elle dévoile sa sensibilité à travers la création d'une oeuvre. Elle utilise son critérium pour nous emporter dans un univers fantastique où chaque détail en cache en autre pour laisser finalement place à l'imagination.

    (Intimate portrait of the French artist Karine POLLENS. Very gently, she reveals her sensitivity through the creation of a work. She uses her criterion to carry us into a fantasy world where every detail can hide another and finally let our imagination escape.)

    Pour découvrir un peu plus son travail rendez vous sur son site http://www.pollensite.com


    Réalisation: Vincent DUPONCHEL http://titizar.free.fr
    Musique et mixage: Arnaud DERHAN (contact: arnaud.derhan at gmail.com )
    Traduction: Yves Geleyn http://www.yvesgeleyn.com

    Caméra de tournage: Canon Eos 550D

    # vimeo.com/50862218 Uploaded 15.5K Plays 18 Comments
  4. In June 2012 I had the opportunity to shoot my first short documentary while living in Berlin. My subject was abstract artist, Djun De Lou, who had become a good friend over the 2 years I lived there. The idea was to capture Djun in his creative process of forming a new painting, over 2 days at his studio apartment in Neukölln, Berlin.

    As the artist painted new skins on his canvas I attempted to get under the artist's skin; sometimes Djun was very introspective and reflective, however most of the time he did not talk, instead he let the brush replace his words, descriptions and dialogue. During the painting process he said, "What you see is what you get, but you can never get what you see, so it's always a contradiction you know". The subtle complexities of art are exactly that, contradictions for anyone who wishes to pigeon hole it, especially abstract art and especially an artist as original as Djun De Lou.

    The documentary was my first effort in film making and this reflects in the rawness of the shots, camera mic used and lighting. It is somewhat rough around the edges but I like that, because I was still learning and experimenting. I kept true to what Djun wanted, including the final cut and even respecting his Mauritius origins by using French titles.

    I hope you enjoy an intimate and brief look into the life of a great Berlin artist.

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  5. The setting was already intriguing. A Greek from Pontus, living in Athens is a luthier of some of the best Spanish guitars. His name is Vassilis and he is not only an accomplished luthier but also a charming human. We spend 3 days with him in his small and packed lab in Athens, where we learned a lot, laughed a lot and in general had a great time. The end result combined with the music of Edstard left everyone more than satisfied.

    Directed & VFX - Spiros Rasidakis, Dimitris Ladopoulos
    Director of photography - Nikos Mexis
    Editing - Yiannis Kostavaras
    Sound design - Nikos Tsines
    Guitarist & composer - Edsart Udo De Haes edsartudodehaes.nl
    Guitar maker - Vassilis Lazarides lazaridesguitars.com
    Software - After Effects, FilmConvert

    Visit film page deepgreensea.net/projects/alma-flamenca.html

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    Pedazos de madera, amor, esmero, celo, conocimiento y 299 horas de trabajo, concentradas en una película de algo más de 3 minutos.

    La serie “The Art of Making” pretende mostrar y promocionar a gente de nuestros días que, superando el fatalismo y el pesimismo del espíritu contemporáneo, se atreven, con pasión e imaginación, a seguir soñando y creando. Estos amantes del conocimiento y de la emoción, intentan combinar la organización y la precisión de la ciencia con la elegancia, la sutileza y el ingenio del arte. Su oferta es de un valor incalculable y se lo agradecemos profundamente.

    Dirección y VFX: Spiros Rasidakis y Dimitris Ladópoulos
    Dirección de fotografía: Níkos Mexis
    Edición: Yiannis Kostavaras
    Diseño Acústico: Nikos Tsines
    Guitarrista y compositor: Edsart Udo de Haes edsartudodehaes.nl
    Constructor de guitarras, luthier: Vassilis Lazarides lazaridesguitars.com

    Visite el sitio oficial en deepgreensea.net/projects/alma-flamenca.html

    # vimeo.com/43005056 Uploaded 872K Plays 355 Comments

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