Here's the video for 60-second station ID for Space Shower TV, Japan's largest music channel. The stream of water is coming down through the tubes attached to a speaker. The camera was set to film the running water in the same frame rate as the low frequency wave of the speaker, which creates the unique optical illusion of the vibrating droplets appear to freeze in the mid-air and running backwards. It was shot without a high-speed camera, any computer graphics, nor post process such as reversing. The director of this very first film work produced by JKD Collective is
Kosai Sekine, an award winning Japanese film director. The Japanese contemporary dancer, Masako Yasumoto's movement synchronizes with water and the music by Jemapur as if she is floating through time and velocity.
The Brooklyn Brewery Mash tour - adventures in food, film, music, books and beer...
To promote the Brooklyn Brewery's MASH tour, filmmakers Landon Van Soest and Paul Trillo, created a stop motion tour of the borough. The 11 city tour brings the brewery's favorite aspects of Brooklyn culture; including food, film, music, books and beer. Keeping with the concept of touring, Landon and Paul shot over 3000 still photos to capture a glimpse of Brooklyn in under 60 seconds. The resulting piece is a fast paced, seamless transition between Brooklyn's various neighborhoods and establishments.
The MASH tour begins at SXSW in Austin and tours to 10 additional cities through the end of the year. For more information visit brooklynbrewerymash.com
Special thanks to The Bedford, Videology , Co-Op 87 Records, Spoonbill & Sugartown Booksellers and the Found Footage Festival. Music by Noah Cunningham.