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TRACKLIST: 00:40 Tripswitch - Harmonic Mean (Section Rec. 2010) 12:02 Shpongle - Around The World In A Tea Daze (Twisted Rec. 2001) 15:40 Liquid Soul - Hypnotic Energy (Plusquam Rec. 2010) 17:38 U-Recken - Stop Time (Dacru Rec. 2010) 19:45 Protoculture - Big Blue (Nano Rec.) 22:04 Ace Ventura - Baby Boom (Plusquam Rec. 2010) 25:20 Sun Control Species - Cheap Tricks (Plusquam Rec. 2010) 27:10 Asura - Virgin Delight (Ultimae Rec. 2010) 34:02 Pleidians - The Pleiades (Sonica Rec. 2010) 37:32 Fearsome Engine - Drugganaut (Nano Rec. 2009) 38:49 Green Nuns Of The Revolution - Rock Bitch Maffia (Aphid Moon Remix)(Flying Rhino Rec. 2009) 41:34 Hallucinogen - Jiggle of the Sphinx (Twisted Rec. 2000) 44:00 Carbon Based Lifeforms - Supersede (Ultimae Rec. 2010)
a film by PUMPUI......Attila Nikléczy, Erik Kocsis
produced by............Dániel Zimányi, Attila Nikléczy, Erik Kocsis
concept by.............Erik Kocsis
camera..................Péter Böszörményi, Máté Gergely Kiss, Erik Kocsis, Attila Nikléczy, Fanni Halmi, Csaba Mecseki, Balázs István Balázs,
additional footage....Jasper Capel, Ádám Nemesházi
editing....................Erik Kocsis, Máté Gergely Kiss
sound editing & mixing........dj Tsubi (Csaba Gyócsos) http://facebook.com/djtsubi
colorist....................Bence Kabán / FotoKem Budapest (http://www.fotokem.com)
hdv cameras by.......Endre Schwindl (http://www.schwindl.hu)
The OZORA CREW | Dániel Zimányi, Árpád Zimányi, Dániel Zimányi Jr., Erzsébet Zimányi, Andrea Zimányi
Balázs aka Bubble | festival promoter
The PUMPUI CINEMA / CHILL & MEAL BAR CREW | Fanni Halmi, Attila Nikléczy, Mili Klöpfler, Fruzsina Schwarcz, Matyi Petőfi, Pál Halmi, Marci Nagy, Benji Nyári, Dóra Horváth, Georgina Pusoma, Nikoletta Szabó, Tamás Kerekes
Péter Nikléczy, Kraak, Ákos Bánhidi, Sándor Huszár, Gergő Szabó Borsos, Tamás Nóthof, Robi Vozár, Márton Halmai, Oleg, Era, Krammer, Henzi, Kalumet
István Barkovics, Tamás István Barkovics
a film by PUMPUI...Attila Nikléczy, Erik Kocsis
producer................Dániel Zimányi, Attila Nikléczy, Erik Kocsis
concept by.............Erik Kocsis
camera..................Máté Gergely Kiss, Márton Danz, Erik Kocsis, Máté Fülöp, Fanni Halmi, Attila Nikléczy
prod. assistant.......Dávid Harmath
additional footage...Dave Arc-i (ElectrikDream.com)
editing....................Erik Kocsis, Péter Bognár, Máté Gergely Kiss, Márton Danz, Máté Fülöp
sound mixing...........Erik Kocsis
visual footage.........Scott Draves and the Electric Sheep
The OZORA CREW | Dániel Zimányi, Árpád Zimányi, Dániel Zimányi Jr., Erzsébet Zimányi, Andrea Zimányi, Balázs Verebes (Buborék aka Bubble),
The PUMPUI CINEMA / CHILL & MEAL BAR CREW |
Fanni Halmi, Attila Nikléczy, Máté Fülöp, Pál Halmi, Tamás Kerekes, Barbara Scheiring, Ferenc Nóthof, Tamás Nóthof, Mili Klöpfler, Tom Benedek, Matyi Petőfi, Marci Nagy, Áron Lakatos
Éva Mészáros, Zoltán Nagy, Péter Nikléczy, Kraak, Zoltán Tóth, Ferenc Kovács, Tozsi, Sándor Huszár, Alpha, Peter Didjital, Stella Tóth
Artist: Dub FX feat. Mr. Woodnote
Date: April 2009
Location: Bristol, UK
This film for me really justifies my whole approach to filming performers in one take. For me the film works not because of the way I filmed it but because I was lucky enough to catch something special and real.
Dub FX had been living in Bristol during the winter of 08/09 in order to record his album 'Everythinks A Ripple'. In Bristol he had met fellow Australian Mikey 'Woodnote', a very capable and experienced sax player who was then working on his album 'Winter of Woodshed'. Both artists use a loopstation to build and create tracks.
As far as I know this was the first time the two of them ever played this song together in public. It was exciting for me to film as the 9 minutes went by as I could sense that something was coming together. You cannot plan for a 9 minute shot of a live performance to work. The idea is that if you do catch something then you are lucky, but what you catch will be so much more engaging than a set up.
This film was originally released on Youtube in April 2009 and as of November 2010 had amassed 5.8 million views (receiving 16 thousand views daily).
This version for Vimeo has be upconverted to HD. The original film was made on a Panasonic DVX100 camera with a Redrock M2 DOF adaptor and a Nikon 35mm f2.0 lens.