The sun beats down.
Frank waits for the bus.
His ice cream melts.
A stranger asks to borrow his phone.
Stray dogs roam the streets.
(in order of appearance)
Written and Directed by Minka FK minkafk.com
Produced by Miranda Hill bymirandahill.com/
First AD Bill Reddington
Cinematography by Ryan Helfant
Camera Operator Ben Nicholas
Steadicam Operator Michael Hauer
Key Grip Masseo Davis & Daniel Stenzel
1st AC Allen Pierson
Sound Recording, Mixing & Design Sean Hamilton
On Set Editor Marius Crowne
Special FX Will DeJessa
Edited by Minka Farthing-Kohl
Catering by Maya Farthing-Kohl
Production Assistants: Jared Rowley, Kyle Blackwell, Pat Paolangeli, Jillian Sczesnak, Michael Lara, Chloe Duval & Kathrine Case
Car provided by Brendan Sitlman
Special Thanks to
Chris Marsh at Atlantic Pictures
Darren Goldberg at Atlantic Pictures
North of New York
Mayors Office of Film, Theater and Broadcasting
Ciara Duffy and Catherine Duffy
This is a non-profit project not aimed at breaking copyright laws. All material remains courtesy of their respective owners. Edited by Stefano Westerling 2015.
Clips from: The Killing, Paths of Glory, Spartacus, Lolita, Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb, 2001: A Space Odyssey, A Clockwork Orange, Barry Lyndon, The Shining, Full Metal Jacket, Eyes Wide Shut.
Remain courtesy of Warner Bros, United Artists, Universal Pictures, Columbia Pictures., TM & Copyright 1956, 1957, 1960, 1962, 1964, 1968, 1971, 1975, 1980, 1987, 1999
Music: Franz Schubert - Piano Trio in E flat, op. 100 (Second movement) (Barry Lyndon Soundtrack)
Radiohead - Codex
|CINEMASTERS| is a series that focuses on film's most prominent and influential auteurs, past and present. Their achievements in directing simply cannot be outmatched and their influence on the art of cinema will forever be existent.
This episode is on Alejandro González Iñárritu, a one-of-a-kind filmmaker, with not one bad film in his arsenal. A director who has such a vibrant perspective on love, hate, violence, tragedy and even comedy. Made this in light of him winning his much-deserved Oscar for Birdman. Although he has a small film canon, it is an absolutely phenomenal one.
On a side note the fast-paced editing of this piece may be a turn-off to some. If I had to redo it I would probably not cut it nearly as fast. That being said I was still finding my footing with my editing and tried something new here and I definitely feel I've matured a ton with my edits since I put this out.
ORIGINALLY CREATED: 3/12/2015
Next episode: |CINEMASTERS| Lars von Trier
Release Date: 7/20/15
Note: I do not own anything in this video. Not the footage or the music. This video is intended strictly for entertainment purposes and no infringement is at all meant.