1. You can find the making of here: vimeo.com/69952653
    For the 2013 edition of the OFFF festival held in Barcelona, From Form created the main titles in collaboration with Part of Something.

    In this film, we'll have a peek into Mr. Emilton's cabinet of curiosities. A mysterious room filled with exotic objects and animals he collected during his journeys. All of the speaker's names are incorporated in these rarities of Mr. Emiltion's room.

    Throughout the film, we hear Mr. Emilton telling his life story. About how he used to draw as a child and got inspired by all the books he read. About the countries and exotic animals he discovered during his journeys. Until the moment he realizes he neglected one the most important things…

    We wanted to draw a resemblance between the 19th century explorers and today's creatives. In the way that explorers were literally discovering the world, creatives rediscover the world by looking at things differently and using their imagination.



    A From Form production

    In collaboration with
    Part of Something

    Concept, direction and screenplay
    Ashley Govers
    Jurjen Versteeg
    Wouter Keijzer

    Wouter Keijzer

    Color correction and visual effects
    Jurjen Versteeg

    Set design
    Ashley Govers

    Music and sound design
    Ben Lukas Boysen

    Cello Performed by
    Cordula Grolle

    Recorded by
    Jochen Mader At Audionerve

    Jan-Maarten Nachtegeller

    Nick Smith

    Caspari de Geus

    Special thanks to Héctor Ayuso and the whole OFFF team!

    # vimeo.com/67926362 Uploaded 26.5K Plays 49 Comments
  2. Hey Everyone.

    So this is my entry called ' moments '. My idea behind this piece was to bring to light all the little things everyone overlooks in a days time and the things we ALL take for granted.

    Be it a toothbrush, sunrise, fresh-air, you name it.
    The short was filmed on 3 separate cameras. Equipment used is as follows:

    24mm 1.4 L, 16-35mm 2.8L, 70-200 2.8 IS L, 135mm f2
    Zoom H4N ( I ended up cutting the audio completely)
    Rode Mic for Syncing with the Zoom
    Manfrotto 190XProB w/Head
    Glidetrack Slider
    Kessler Krane Pocket Dolly
    Edited in Final Cut Pro, Graded with both Magic Bullet & Final Cut.

    Narration: Lee Harvey Gold
    Script & Story: Peter McKinnon
    Shot & Edited: Peter McKinnon
    Music: James Newton - Theatrical Soundtrack to "Signs"

    I have to give credit to my cousin for obtaining the fantastic snow falling clip whilst snowboarding in Vancouver last month. Squeamishly donated my 7D for his powder carving pleasure. Thank you weather seal :)

    Enjoy everyone. I had a blast shooting it!

    # vimeo.com/14537172 Uploaded 2,120 Plays 2 Comments


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