A documentary film by Jacopo Brancati, describing the work in Viapori dockyard, Finland.
Nestled in the heart of the Suomenlinna fortress, the dockyard boasts almost three centuries of uninterrupted activity. Where once galleys and war frigates were built, nowadays sailing vessel of historical significance are repaired and restored. Viapori is a place where the future is built on historical foundations - a cultural heritage is kept alive for the future.
Viapori is the meeting point of different human experiences that developed during the history of Finland.
Shot on a Canon DSLR, a Blackmagic Cinema Camera and a Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera. Unfortunately, no external microphones were used. Edited in FCP X. Inspired by this wonderful (not quite safe for work/school) video: youtube.com/watch?v=ahv_1IS7SiE
Before Edgar Wright and Wes Anderson, before Chuck Jones and Jackie Chan, there was Buster Keaton, one of the founding fathers of visual comedy. And nearly 100 years after he first appeared onscreen, we’re still learning from him. Today, i’d like to talk about the artistry (and the thinking) behind his gags. Press the CC button to see the names of the films.
Alexandre Desplat - Escape Concerto
Paul Simon - Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard
Mark Mothersbaugh - Piranhas Are a Very Tricky Species
Mark Mothersbaugh - Bookstore Robbery
Alexandre Desplat - The Lutz Police Militia
English Chamber Orchestra - Playful Pizzicato
Alexandre Desplat - Kristofferson’s Theme
Devo - Gut Feeling