1. This mini-doc I shot this last week in Phoenix while I mixed business with pleasure to visit my cousin Chuck Berginc. Both he and his wife Cindy play for the Phoenix Symphony - she plays First Violin and he Principle Trumpet. They also play for the Chautauqua music festival in western New York during the hot summer months. Chuck made for a great subject for this artistic exercise. He's a great Trumpet player...

    Filmed with a Sony F3 with Zeiss glass. Tripod, frozen bag of peas...

    # vimeo.com/60340335 Uploaded 1,451 Plays 0 Comments
  2. This is 2nd teaser for a documentary in production on the Australian ocean pool culture in Sydney. Early morning at North Narrabeen, a public pool in Sydney's northern beaches. Getting there at 6am there were already swimmers in the winter water.

    part one is here: vimeo.com/12158872

    Jason Wingrove
    Freelance TVC /Film Director,DP
    jasonwingrove.com
    twitter.com/wingrove
    Gear: 5DMkII, 50mm f/1.2L, 70-200mm f2.8L. Always wide open with Vari NDII filter to keep it there. Just a tripod, but no other rig, Follow focus, viewfinder or monitor. Flat custom picture style.

    # vimeo.com/12454803 Uploaded
  3. The first of eight.

    Written and Directed by Samm Hodges
    Produced by Phinehas Hodges
    Director of Photography: Brad Knull
    Animation by Samm Hodges and Lenny Wilson
    Dancer: Kelsey Bartman
    Narrator: Bingo O'Malley
    Additional Photography: Matt Meehan
    Edited by Samm Hodges
    Production Company: Animal
    Shot on location in Santiago, Chile and Pittsburgh, PA.

    Music by:
    Airhead
    Fennesz
    Motion Sickness of Time Travel
    Belong

    Cassini footage available at nasa.gov/cassini

    # vimeo.com/63609012 Uploaded 307K Plays 177 Comments
  4. Sarod player Amaan Ali Khan guides us through the construction, techniques and performance on his instrument - the Sarod.

    # vimeo.com/73959528 Uploaded 693 Plays 0 Comments
  5. The Rite of Spring Igor Stravinsky (1882-1971)
    Part One - Adoration of the Earth
    Introduction, Augurs of Spring, Ritual of Abduction, Spring Rounds, Ritual of the Rival Tribes, Procession of the Sage, Dance of the Earth
    PSU Symphony Orchestra, Ken Selden conducting
    Agnieszka Laska Dancers, choreography by Agnieszka Laska
    costumes by Rebecca Price; lighting by Agnieszka Laska
    CAST
    The Chosen One - Lauren Michelle Richmond
    Opening solo - Sissy Dawson
    The Sage - Heidi Nelson
    The Women - Karissa Dean, Allie Fahsholz
    The Young Maidens - Kelsey Adams, Sissy Dawson, Sharon Lane, Nikki Leopold, Amelia Unsicker
    The Young Men - Niqi Cavanaugh, Gentry Fielder, Jonathan Garza, Jorge Ronzon*
    The Girls - Natalie Cheechov, Sophie Marcus
    * guest dancer by the courtesy of Contemporary Dance Production Center (CEPRODAC), Mexico.
    premiered June 7, 2013
    © Agnieszka Laska Dancers
    My interpretation of The Rite of Spring is both contemporary and primitive. Living in a time when the planet’s natural resources are, in certain regions, severely stressed, I chose to set my ‘Rite...’ in an imaginary corner of the world where an undeveloped people struggle desperately, day in and day out, just to find enough water to survive. This urgent, relentless quest dominates their tribal life, to the point that human sacrifice is an integral act of faith in their survival ritual -- in some ways analogous to certain rituals in the modern, developed world. Some things never change; no matter how convenient, nothing is free.
    ~ Agnieszka Laska

    # vimeo.com/80442736 Uploaded 4,627 Plays 0 Comments

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