1. The legendary film director Werner Herzog lets us know what he really thinks. Directed by Siri Bunford, shot by Tom Streithorst

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  2. Hi, I will continue to post here, but my new work has a home at keithloutit.com with updates at:

    facebook.com/Keith.Loutit
    twitter.com/Keith_Loutit

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    This is a personal project that would not have been possible without the support of Sydney Ports Corporation & Patrick.

    ©2009 COPYRIGHT - All Rights reserved

    Project info @ Keith Loutit's 'Little Sydney'

    Thanks to:

    Patrick: Mick Egan & Emmanuel Papagiannaki
    Sydney Ports Corporation: Geneveive Bonello, Tina Chin & Adrian Hawes
    Albert Music: Rachel Kelly

    Music:

    “WITH THIS SHIP” [Mister Speed Remix]
    Composed by K. Schroeder/W. De Backer
    Performed by The BASICs
    © 2009 ORiGiN Music Publishing / Albert Music
    Used with permission
    thebasics.com.au/

    Project info @ Keith Loutit's 'Little Sydney'
    Artist Info @ keithloutit.com

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  3. shot on PMW EX3 and the Cinemek g35.

    Starring Philip and Arnie Bloom

    Music is by Stereolab

    This film actually does have a narrative to it.

    It is about my father and I. Both of us have visited this magical please separately many times but never together. The way it jumped cut between us emphasized this. Only in the end shot do we come together and then go back to our separate lives. It shows how similar we are but how we have grown apart through distance and only by making an effort can we maintain our bond...

    Learn more about this film here: philipbloom.co.uk/2009/03/31/short-film-return-to-dungeness/

    and check out vimeo.com/3964727 to see how I graded the film

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  4. I'd been looking at a lot of Robert Brownjohn's work around the time I wrote the treatment, the song evoked the strong saturated colors and projection techniques of the late 60's early 70's.

    The song had this great groove, so I thought it was a perfect excuse to sit in a cold studio on a rainy day in December with a naked girl, camera and projector. The performance part was shot using two cameras, one which fed directly in to our actual camera so it was a pure duplication of itself which was back projected behind the band. It's certainly a tried and tested technique, but still it's quite trippy at points, particularly if you were standing behind it.

    My greatest challenge was getting the band to stop looking at themselves on the screen behind so they could make strange video feedback patterns of themselves.

    Song Title: Lay There and Hate Me
    Artist: Ben Harper and Relentless 7
    Record Company: Virgin Records

    Director: James Frost
    Production Company: Zoo Films, Los Angeles
    Executive Producer: Gower Frost
    Line Producer: Dawn Fanning-Moore
    DP: Yon Thomas

    Editor: Nicholas Wayman Harris
    Editorial Company: Union Editorial, Los Angeles
    Assistant Editor: Nathan Cali

    Telecine: Jamie Wilkinson, The Mill, New York

    Visual Effects: The Mill, Los Angeles
    Flame Artist: Andy Bate
    VFX Producer: Asher Edwards
    VFX Coordinator: Adam Battista

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  5. Mark Kohr - Director

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