Made out of love and admiration for all the musicians and visual artists who's art we grew up listening to and staring at.
Making of- youtube.com/watch?v=mOCKLua-F24
Music by Roy Kafri.
Directing, Writing, Cinematography, Editing, and VFX: Vania Heymann.
Producing, Co-writing and other stuff: Natan Schottenfels
Color: Tal Baltuch
“Revolver“ Animation: Yoav Shtibelman
Wardrobe: Mayan Toledano
Actors: Patrick Griffith, Martin Pfefferkorn
Faces: Ben Bocker, Maya Ish Shalom, Gal Muggia, Anaelle Heymann, Yael Friedlander, Daniel Koren, Tom Metcalfe, Anisia Affek, Mark Coates, Yoav L. Wazana, Dan Farkas, Yinka Parris, Si Koroma, Alma Beck and Lazar Farkas the cat
Composed by Roy Kafri
All Vocals by Roy Kafri
Mixed by Ori Shochat
Special Thanks to: Daniela Albin, Anisia Affek, Omri Anghel, Dan Farkas, Daniel Koren, Gal Muggia and Maya Ish Shalom
Follow me on Instagram for some Behind the Scenes - http://instagram.com/minhky.le
Three films reveal insights into the glaring contrast between home-prepared foods versus foods primed by a food stylist.
Through the use of food dyes, cotton-ball stuffing, imitation ice, and an array of other clever devices, these films explore the many trickeries we are ever presented with by commercial industries in our everyday lives.
It’s real food, but not really.
Directed, Filmed & Edited by Minhky Le
Camera: Panasonic GH4 in 1080p 96fps, 60fps & 4K (compressed to a 1080p timeline).
Settings: James Miller's settings - Cinelike V, -5 sharpness, -5 saturation, -5 noise reduction.
Glass: Voigtlander 25mm f0.95
Edited and Graded: Premiere CC, FilmConvert.
Sound: Foley was handled by borrowing sounds from all over the internet, and through VideoCopilot's sound packs and sampling originals.
Details: The overall setup was extremely small. Blue cardboard on IKEA table tops taped on in quite honestly the most primordial way. I used soda water because of the amazing fizz it produces, which normally stays for about 1-2 hours - great for photo and video work. I love being able to punch in to the bubbles as it was shot almost entirely in 4k resolution as it was edited on a 1080p timeline.
I had taken a two-day Food Styling course by world renowned food stylist Denise Vivaldo who had offered me personal tips of food styling and chasing life goals.