1. - The larger our past gets the smaller our present feels -
    The 2011 BAFTA award winning short film from Mikey Please.
    For full festival and awards info visit http://www.TheEaglemanStag.com
    Follow http://twitter.com/#!/MisterPlease for updates

    CREDITS:
    A FILM BY: http://www.MikeyPlease.co.uk
    MUSIC COMPOSITION: Benedict Please (http://www.TheBookshopBand.bandcamp.com/)
    MUSIC PERFORMANCE: http://www.BenedictPlease.co.uk & http://www.myspace.com/StringbeansQuartet
    SOUND DESIGN: Benedict Please
    DUBBING MIXER: http://www.MauricioDOrey.com
    PETER EAGLEMAN http://www.DavidCann.co.uk
    PHILIP Tony Guilfoyle

    set design & model making:
    Mikey Please, http://www.AmerInCamera.co.uk, http://www.DanOjari.com, Gemma Taylor, Laura Bateman, http://www.SeanRobertHogan.com, Steve Hutton, John Wilkinson, Rebecca Fox, TD Van Der Beek, Jessie baker

    PRODUCED @ The Royal College of Art

    Presented by http://www.ShortOfTheWeek.com/

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  2. Every frame in this video is a photograph taken by astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS).
    I created this timelapse on a long weekend after discovering the image library online. I used Photoshop and Sony Vegas to edit and compile the footage.
    The music is a track from one of my favorite sci-fi movies, Sunshine. I thought the music and imagery would fit well together.

    *** Thank you all for likes,comments, shares and support this video has received. I'm truly glad so many have enjoyed it.***

    You can view my other work and see my other projects here:
    facebook.com/kn8photo
    knatephoto.com

    Music by John Murphy - Sunshine (Adagio In D Minor)
    Performed by the City Of Prague Philharmonic
    amazon.com/dp/B003YYX1YG/?tag=you09f-20

    Image Courtesy of the Image Science & Analysis Laboratory,
    NASA Johnson Space Center, The Gateway to Astronaut Photography of Earth
    eol.jsc.nasa.gov

    # vimeo.com/45878034 Uploaded 4.8M Plays 489 Comments
  3. A expedition undertaken to discover, learn, meet and document the ideas and people behind the controls of vinyl record production.

    Recorded over 6 weeks, travelling through Germany, Switzerland, Austria and the UK - For The Record exposes a number of notions about why vinyl is such an indelible medium and how it continues to remain popular in the the face of opposing format change.

    Special thanks to all the people who helped and collaborated on this documentary.

    Additional thanks to Creative New Zealand, for support funding.

    # vimeo.com/54125853 Uploaded 27.4K Plays 18 Comments

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