Production: Shopikon (http://www.shopikon.com)
Direction & Co-Production: Atelier Karasinski (http://www.laurakarasinski.com)
Art Direction & Production Design: Laura Karasinski
Cinematography & Edit: Daniel Gottschling
Music: James Hersey (http://www.jamesherseymusic.com)
Thanks to all participating shops & owners (in order of appearance):
Markus Scheer, Scheer & Söhne, Vienna (http://www.scheer.at)
Sebastién Gaudard, Sébastien Gaudard, Paris (http://www.sebastiengaudard.fr)
Teppei Kikugawa, Wilde Sunglasses, Barcelona (http://www.wildesunglasses.com)
Claudia Schwartz, Bell'occio, San Francisco (http://www.bellocchio.com)
Thomas Noesner, our DoP, was in New York for a Mercedes shoot. Right after the job, he took his camera and strolled through the bustling streets of „The City“. While screening the pictures of a drummer in the tube station, I had the idea of creating a „remix“ of the recorded drum sequence to use it as a soundtrack for the film. That´s when our sounddesigner Toussaint came into play... We simply composed a track around the drum beat of this guy. Some of the clips have also been used for the opening titles of Brad Pitt's "World War Z". So watch and listen to The Beat of New York!
As a filmmaker living in New York for the first time, I'd grab my Canon 7D and shoot footage of what was going on around me, to try and take in all that was happening. To try and capture the sense of community I felt in a place so large and diverse.
The HDSLR was a great tool for this. It allowed me get in among people and crowds but at the same time not draw attention to myself.
It seemed like a never ending project and you could stay filming life in New York for a long time. But eventually I put my camera down and started to edit. Here's the end result, it's a bit rough and tumble but that's life in the Big Apple I guess.
Turn up the volume or put your in earphones for the beautiful song 'We Don't Eat' by Irishman James Vincent McMorrow.
For those who asked these are the lens I used:
Canon EF-S 17-55mm f/2.8 IS USM
Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II
Sigma 20mm f/1.8 EX DG RF
Animation which shows typography evolution from paper to screen.
The animation is divided in two parts.
The first deals with the basic rules of typesetting.
The second, is about the evolution of typography in cinema.
Used mainly for Opening and Closing title.
Clair de Lune - Debussy
Shoot the Piano Player: Poursuite - Hugh Wolff & London Sinfonietta - Georges Delerue