A destitute man, living on city streets liberates a device and escapes to a symphony of light and sound.
The idea came about by wanting to play with timelapse as a way of showing different realities. The Maestro obviously sees things differently than most people and by working the timelapse effect into the narrative, it allows us to see the world from his point of view.
The Maestro was shot in Sydney, Australia with a crew of four people on the Canon 5D Mark II using only available light. The visual effects featured were all shot in-camera and later composited in post.
Director / Producer / Writer / Editor / Art Director / Costume Designer - ADAM ANTHONY
Co-Producer / Co-Writer / Visual Effects - EDWARD COPESTICK
Cinematographer - TONY GARDINER
Second Camera - NATE MARTIN
Composer - BENJAMIN SPEED
Sound Designer - ROSIE CHASE
Sound Mixer - SAM HAYWARD
Colourist - TRISH CAHILL
Hair and Make-up - JODI GARDNER
Additional Hair and Make-up - KATY CLUCAS / RACHEL COENEN
Wardrobe Aged by - MARC BAROLD
Location Sound - CHRIS FRITH
Roto Artist - OLIVER STOKE-HUGHES
Violinist - ANNE THOMPSON
The Maestro - GYTON GRANTLEY
Squeegee Kid - NICK MARICIC
Motorist - RORY WILLIAMSON
Double Bay Kid #1 - ALEX THOMPSON
Double Bay Kid #2 - KIRSTY O'CONNER
Double Bay Kid #3 - OLIVER LEIMBACH
Security Guard - JUSTIN STEWART-COTTA
Awards and Screenings:
Tropfest 2011 - 3rd Prize, Best Cinematography
New York City International Film Festival - Official Selection
St. Kilda Film Festival - Official Selection
Palo Alto International Film Festival - Official Selection
Edmonton International Film Festival - Official Selection
Shnit International Film Festival (Bern, Switzerland) - Official Selection
MÖBIUS - Federation Square
A collaborative stop motion sculpture
Twenty-one large triangles animated by Melbourne, throughout Federation Square. MÖBIUS is a sculpture that can be configured into many cyclical patterns and behave as though it is eating itself, whilst sinking into the ground. The result is an optical illusion and a time-lapse of people
interacting with the sculpture and moving through Melbourne's landmark location throughout the day.
MÖBIUS was animated over two weeks Friday, Saturday & Sunday between the 6th - 20th of May 2011.