Jasmijn is a seven year old girl, who loves hugging trees and having conversations with animals. Anything she touches seems to breathe a sense of aliveness. Robert is ten years old, and the only place where he feels at ease is in nature. He climbs trees as high as he can escaping the everyday reality that is not always easy.
I feel… is about children who experience their environment differently compared to most of us. They travel their own way against the mainstream and dare to see the world with a pureness of vision over and over again.
Spanish version is also available: vimeo.com/elsbethvannoppen/yo-siento
director: Elsbeth van Noppen
photography: Jefrim Rothuizen
sound: David Spaans
editor: Albert Markus
music & sounddesign: Michael Bittermann (dyoniz.com)
grading: Joppo in de Grot
soundmix: Ranko Paukovic
line producer: Estelle Bovelander
producer: Menna Laura Meijer for Kerboschmeijer
commissioning editor: NTR Loes Wormmeester
I feel… was made possible by:
Dutch Cultural Media Fund
"Au-delà de notre vue" est un documentaire indépendant qui traite des expériences aux frontières de la mort, du fonctionnement de notre cerveau, et de la communication avec l'au-delà.
Nous vous proposons de partir à la rencontre de personnes ayant eu des visions de l’au-delà à la suite d’une mort clinique ou d’un coma.
Le Dr Jean-Jacques Charbonier, qui récolte les témoignages de ces « expérienceurs » depuis de nombreuses années, nous livre une explication de ces phénomènes grâce à une modélisation inédite du cerveau humain. Cette grille de lecture ouvre la porte à l’hypothèse selon laquelle la conscience peut subsister après la mort physique, et que nous pouvons communiquer avec un au-delà.
Les médiums Reynald Roussel et Florence Hubert témoignent de leur extraordinaire faculté à percevoir dans leur quotidien cet au-delà.
Que vous soyez sceptique ou non, ce documentaire vous enrichira et il vous fera vous poser des questions passionnantes sur cette question universelle que représente la mort.
- Jean-Jacques Charbonier (anesthésiste-réanimateur)
- Reynald Roussel (médium)
- Florence Hubert (médium et expérienceuse)
- Cathy Cavaleiro (expérienceuse)
- Jean Morzelle (expérienceur)
A special thanks to Vice and The Creators Project for filming an awesome behind the scenes video and finally letting me tell my story about my learning disability and how art has helped me find my path in life.
You can check out the video here: youtube.com/watch?v=lxxV5mIcI9E&
*The "3 Suns Rising" In 2 of the Milky Way clips are off shore oil rigs.*
“Into The Atmosphere,” is my tribute to the state of California and the beautiful deserts, mountains and coastlines that exist there. This video showcases a variety of national/state parks as well as less recognized natural areas. The video also focuses on clouds, fog and interesting atmospheric conditions. Although California is known for blue sunshine skies, seeing a colorful storm cloud over Half Dome or an incredible sunset at the La Jolla Coves is really a sight to see. The goal of this video is to show these environments in their best possible light.
Living in California all my life, I had as much time as I needed to really capture the essence and beauty it provides. This video was an ongoing project for about a year with an estimated 75,000 images taken, and about 12,400 made it into the 3.5 minute piece.
My Grandmother Alice Harpin passed away during the last two weeks of shooting this video. The film is dedicated to her memory. Without her and the love of my family this video would not have been possible.
To create this video there were many nights sleeping outside, and many days spent in the wild to embrace the environment and get to know the surroundings. There is a common misconception about Timelapse shooters that we quickly set up cameras and go sleep in the car for hours at a time, which is far from the truth. We are constantly hiking heavy equipment through dangerous areas and spending time camping in uncomfortable situations, I love it and wouldn't trade it for anything else.
Some of the locations are Mono Lake, Anza Borrego Desert, Alabama Hills, Trona Pinnacles, Big Sur, Mount Laguna, Santa Maria, Yosemite, Gaviota, The Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest, La Jolla Coves, Santa Ynez, the San Francisco Coast, and the Santa Barbara Mountains.