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  1. We shot three different movies for Ruinart.
    This project enabled us to approach two worlds : a historical French champagne producer and a Dutch designer. We shot inside designer Piet Hein Eek's workshop where he creates simple furniture from recycled material.
    Piet Hein Eek took inspiration from the first wooden cases Ruinart used to ship its bottles back in the 18th century, to produce pale grey, white and cream pine pieces for the Blanc de Blancs boxes.

    For the Blanc de blancs movie, we chose to show PH Eek's work :
    we used 5D MarkIII as well as Ditogear as motion control.

    Director _ Benoit Millot _ lepotagerdesign.com
    Images _ Benoit Millot et Sébastien Jousse
    Montage_Sébastien Jousse
    Ingénieur du son_ Arnaud Devillers
    GRAphisme After Effect_ Antonin Waterkeyn
    Musique_Cezame music agency_ cezame-fle.com

    Designed by Piet Hein Eek pietheineek.nl/nl
    Production_Les télécréateurs _ marieke tricoire & aliette de fenoyl
    Client_RUINART

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  2. PLEASE ALLOW VIDEO TO FULLY LOAD BEFORE PLAYING.

    skyninecinema.com

    Ever since I first set foot in Ray's studio a few years ago, I have wanted to make this video. A blacksmith's shop is undoubtedly a great visual playground for a filmmaker, but Ray himself is really the story here. In addition to his devastatingly icy-blue eyes, his unbridled passion for creating art from fire and metal is apparent from the moment he engages you in conversation.

    Ray is small in physical stature - roughly 120 pounds dripping wet - but he manages to bend and shape large pieces of heavy metal by virtue of talent, experience, and at times, sheer will. He may be quick to dismiss the complexity or difficulty of what he does, but don't let him fool you; his finished pieces are the monumental accomplishments of a modest man.

    When we sat down and thought about how we wanted to approach creating Ray's artist profile film, one of the most important considerations for us was to "do justice" to his work and his passion. We knew we had to create something that at least matched his attention to detail and commitment to making beautiful, emotive work. We wanted to make sure that someone clear across the country (or clear across the world) could fully appreciate Ray's craft by virtue of ours.

    To that end, we elected to produce Ray's story with the Blackmagic Cinema Camera. Everything was shot in 2.5k raw and meticulously color graded in Adobe Camera Raw and Adobe After Effects CS6. It required careful planning, careful shooting, and a commitment to go through a complex post-production process. In short, it required from us everything that Ray's work requires of him. There is nothing "off the shelf" or prepackaged about this artist profile film, and we wouldn't have it any other way.

    To see more of Ray's work, visit his website at tuttometaldesign.com.

    Shot on the Blackmagic Cinema Camera
    Canon 35mm f1.4L, Canon 70-200mm f2.8L, Tokina 11-16mm f2.8
    Music licensed by The Music Bed

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    twitter.com/skyninecorp

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  3. Director & Colorist & Editor: David Lindberg

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  4. Morning of the World

    Camera : Canon 5D Mk III
    Lenses : Canon 24, 50, 100, 70-300

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  5. Director & Colorist & Editor: David Lindberg

    Krebs, krebs.se/

    All the shots except for the interview scenes were shot with the 5D Mark 3 and with it's raw function in Magic Lantern.

    Camera: 5D3
    Lens: Zeiss 35mm 1.4
    Music: Chandelier Maker - David Lindberg

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