Sigur Rós - Valtari
Sigur Rós 'Valtari' Mystery Film Experiment: Valtari by Christian Larson
Written & Directed by Christian Larson. Choreography by Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui
Cinematography by Mattias Montero, Costume Designer Lydia Kovacs, Produced by Noreen Khan.
Taken from the "valtari mystery film experiment" - more details: sigur-ros.co.uk/valtari/videos/
Valtari is available to purchase now: sigur-ros.co.uk/valtari/buy/
Shot entirely on the Nokia N8 mobile phone. Winner of the Nokia Shorts competition 2011.
Director: James W Griffiths
Producer: Kurban Kassam
Director of Photography: Christopher Moon
Editor: Marianne Kuopanportti
Sound Design: Mauricio d'Orey
Music composed by: Lennert Busch
Get the music on iTunes: tinyurl.com/6acl6yp
Woman: Rebecca Calder
Man: Max Wrottesley
Director: Rob Chiu
Producer: Dan Turner
Executive Producers: Daniel Bergmann + Robert Herman
Written by Ben Fogg from a story by Rob Chiu
“After A While” by Veronica A. Shoffstall.
Creative Advisor: Stephen Whelan
Script Development: Marina Brackenbury
Director of Photography: Paul O’Callaghan
Editor: Rob Chiu
Music / Sound Design: Ben Lukas Boysen
Cello: Lucio Amanti
Drums / Percussion: Achim Farber
Styling: Beth Deakin
Wardrobe: John Varvatos + Preen
Casting Director: Rose Wicksteed
1st Assistant Director: Tristan McIlwham Hefele
Art Director: Guy Thompson
Asst. Art Dir: Oliver Hogan
Focus Puller: Julius Beltrame
Gaffer: Steve Reed
Best Boy: Rob Stewart
Electrician: Daniel Smith
Sound Recordist: Robin Gerrard
Boom Operator: Ben Hawkins
Hair & Make-up Design: Emma Dennis
Wardrobe Assistant: Celia Lusted
Production Assistant (UK): Freya Silk
Production Assistants (Paris): Annabelle Mella + Anna Chahuneau
Production Transport: Craig Kerrigan
Post-Production Facilities: The Mill
Post Production Producers: Sophie Hogg + Semley Wilkinson
Colourist: Aubrey Woodiwiss
Smoke Artists: James Pratt + Georgie White
Final Cut Artist: Daniel Budin
Camera & Grip Equipment: Fava Rental Ltd
Lighting Equipment: Panalux.
A beautiful couple, a city over-saturated by holograms and digital stream.
A polaroid camera.
Tomorrow will never be the same.
Written, Directed and post-produced by Francois Ferracci.
With Luka Kellou and Magali Heu
Music by Alexandre fortuit
Making of visual effects here: vimeo.com/49995678
An interview about the film here:
We spent four weeks in the summer of 2012 building two lines in Lofoten, Norway; a dirt line and a big bike line. Our goal was to capture world-class riding in the untouched and unique nature around Lofoten. The fast shifting weather and continuous problems with getting the lines working left us with only a couple of days to complete the film.
This is a highlight clip featuring all the best action from the project.
Lines of Lofoten - a 5 episode web-series will be released shortly.
Riders: Kristoffer Haugland, Adrian Tell, Didrik Dege Dimmen, Niclas Andersen and Nico Vink
Project manager: Vegeir Selboe
Director: Niels Windfeldt
Producers: Andreas Braaten and Vegeir Selboe
Filmers: Andreas Luft Johannessen, Trond Hansen, Niels Windfeldt and Andreas Braaten
Grip/Drone: Daniell Khardi Ashby
Sound: Trond Hansen
Music: J Sigsworth
Builders: Kenneth Bøster Helgestad
Graphic Design: Dennis Magnus-Andresen
Crew: Andy Yeyo and Carl Joachim Leegaard
Partners: G-sport, Missing Link & SB