A compilation of all 3 videos playing in sync to see what each group is reacting to! This version makes a lot more sense and is more fun to watch. Enjoy!
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It's finally here--the full and final Director's Cut of the award winning short film The Black List will finally be complete as originally intended, after more than a year since the original release. This is the official 60 second trailer of some highlights from the premier film of my career, and some of the excitement you can expect come next month!
Expected release is in early July of 2013. If you like it, please don't hesitate to share! An ameature filmmaker can always use support.
original musical score by
a.k.a. HARPO SPEAKS
A short narrative-shot documentary of the journey home after a walk in the city.
Quickly edited from clips of my girlfriend while waiting at a public transit stop and the trip home, put to the tune of 'A Walk' by Tycho. Starring Mary Bruff; shot on my Sony Alpha a65 DSLT camera in Denver, Colorado; edited in Sony Vegas.
Sit back, relax, and clear your mind through this psychedelic abstraction of captivating light and color, interpreting the story of humanity's evolution and imminent Awakening.
Make sure to watch in 1080p High Definition, and turn your sound up using a good quality device for the full experience!
Edited with various long exposures of Denver, CO at night taken by me within the span of a few hours, and edited with screening effects and fades, as well as a spinning frame with a changing mirror effect. Go to http://theusic.com/gus to see my other work, or contact me with other questions/job offers!
Check out the most iconic views of the Mile High city through the captivating medium of time lapse photography, made more entertaining with the music of Colorado's own Big Gigantic and with a little Gus movie-magic as his first ever time lapse reel.
/// This was shot on a Sony Alpha DSLT A65 camera on Aperture Priority and Manual modes, using a cheap and basic intervalometer and a nice tripod. The high arial shot was taken secretly from the top floor of the Hyatt Hotel, and the highway and river shots were taken on a bridge. The pans were all done in post, but I'm planning on soon building an automated mechanical panning rig. Editing was done in Sony Vegas, and assistance was greatly appreciated by my love Mary Bruff, and the enduring energy provided by Taco Bell. I hope to capture much more interesting and better quality shots, but let me remind that this was my very first attempt with little prior research, so don't judge too harshly! Let me know if you have any other questions! Reach me at http://www.theusic.com/gus ///