LIVING ON A SHOESTRING is a short documentary focusing on musician, Jools Baker, who chose to give up everything, sell his flat and live out of his van; busking and entertaining on the streets to follow his passion and share it with the public.
During my time with Jools – following him around as he plays his sax – my perception of what busking is and why people do it has changed dramatically. Busking and street entertainment is a way of life and a choice for many musicians, like Jools, who have a passion for music.
Director | DP | Editor: Tamara Gabriel
Featuring: Jools Baker
Music by: Ascendance / Jools Baker
Free one's board from fins, and free one's self - the philosophy of one of Australia's great authentic surfers.
Presenting a stripped back portrait of Derek Hynd, shot in winter 2015, over 2 weeks at Jeffrey's Bay.
WINNER - Reelers Surfing World Short Film Competition 2016
WINNER BEST DOCUMENTARY SHORT - Best Short Fest 2016
WINNER BEST SHORT FILM - Surf at Lisbon Film Festival 2016
HONORABLE MENTION - San Diego Surf Film Festival 2016
OFFICIAL SELECTION - Noosa Surf FIlm Festival 2017
OFFICIAL SELECTION - Byron Bay Surf Film Festival 2016
OFFICIAL SELECTION - Canary Islands Surf Film Festival 2016
OFFICIAL SELECTION - Madrid Surf Film Festival 2016
OFFICIAL SELECTION - Patagonia Santa Monica film festival 2016
OFFICIAL SELECTION - Vagabonde Festival 2016
OFFICIAL SELECTION - Mindie, Miami International Film Festival, June 2016
OFFICIAL SELECTION - Kona Surf Film Fest 2017
OFFICIAL SELECTION - Sydney World Film Festival 2016
OFFICIAL SELECTION - Best Independents International Film Festival 2016
OFFICIAL SELECTION - Lisbon International Film Festival 2016
OFFICIAL SELECTION - Wavescape Surf Film Festival 2016
OFFICIAL SELECTION - Santa Cruz Surf Film Festival 2016
OFFICIAL SELECTION - Florida Surf Film Festival 2016
OFFICIAL SELECTION - Sheffield Adventure Film Festival 2017
Director/Cinematographer - Andrew Kaineder
Editor - Jai Rakic
Music - Drew Innocend
FULL SCREEN AND VOLUME UP, PLEASE !! A worldwide challenge !
A short documentary about a person who lost his gravity. Ramón Alonso, (ex. world champion in aerobatic flying) He takes us on a journey, where we will see that beyond the technique exists the magic and the motivation after 35 years in this discipline. Also, just by coincidence breaking a new world record.
Corto documental que cuenta la historia de una persona que perdió su gravedad. Ramón Alonso, ex campeón del mundo en vuelo acrobático, nos llevará en un viaje que nos enseña como, más allá de la técnica, están la magia y las motivaciones. Un hombre que durante 35 años se ha dedicado a romper el aire.
***Editing the video we realized what could be a new record of rate of role in a plane. So we have decided to launch a new world record challenge worldwide. We want to see if anyone can overcome 15 laps in 10 seconds.?
*FICD – Oax 2014// First Prize
Air film festival - Yelmo 2013// Special Mention
FESCINAT – Madrid 2013 // Best Edinting
Coupe Icare- ST Hilare 2013
FIC Puebla 2013
FICAGS – AGS. 2014
BCN- Barcelona 2014
Docstown - B California 2014
FICT – Torrelavega 2014
BREAKING THE AIR WITH RAMÓN ALONSO
Directed- Filmed and Edited // Xavier Velasco Du Solier
Music // Jesús Rubio Garcia Noblejas
Music and sound editor // Simón Perez
Aditional Camera // Juan M. Vicente and Miguel G Catalán
Assistant Director // Salvador LLanes
Two scientists grapple with reality while watching the dream of their final subject.
Directed by: Ian Kammer iankammer.com
Screenplay by: Garrison Kammer & Ian Kammer
Story by: Garrison Kammer
Cast: Adriano Aragon, Charlie Capen & Justin Sloane
Original Music: Garrison Kammer
Cinematography: Justin Gurnari
Editing: Ian Kammer & John X. Carey
Assistant Directors: John X. Carey & William Hemminger
Script Supervisor: Kendrick Kellawan
Set Construction:David Beglin
Dream Machine Logo Design: Eric Wallace
Sound Mixer: Ben Lazarus
Boom Operator: Jerry Fernandez
1st AC: Shauna Brown
2nd AC: Joseph Neal & T.J. Tamayo
Gaffer: Jake Kramer
Key Grip: Kiel Greenfield
Grips: Erik Anderson, Johnny Ngo, Timmy Ngo, Armen Perian, Francis Pollara & Mike Reyes
Costumer: Megan Mack
Colorist: Charlie Tucker
PAs: Emmanuel Donate, Bradford Lynn & Katy Malone
Many Thanks: Chris Crawford, Douglas J. Eboch , Cydna Halverson, Rustam Hasanov, William Hemminger, Corey Johnsen, Gregory Kammer, Albert Kodagolian, Ross LaManna, Aaron Lindquist, Ted Marcus, Erin Mikesell, Joshua Patterson, Bradd Saunders, Joe Vidaurreta, Eric Wallace , Nicholas Weidner, Jon Allis
What happens when four like-minded adventurers head into one of the world’s wildest mountain ranges with nothing but their mountain bikes and enough food to survive for 10 days?
The answer? What doesn’t happen? Terrifying lightning storms. Raging-river crossings. Snow-covered glacial pass traverses. Mind-melting descents. Constant fights with vicious dogs. Tense encounters with over-zealous border-patrol guards.
All of the above were just another day following “The Trail to Kazbegi,” a self-supported mountain-bike mission through the highest reaches of the Caucasus Mountains in the former Soviet Republic of Georgia. Our four-man team—adventure filmmaker Joey Schusler, Bike magazine editor Brice Minnigh, photographer Ross Measures and mountain man Sam Seward—spent half of June 2015 exploring the crown jewels of the Georgian High Caucasus on a feature assignment for Bike.
Along the way our crew overcame countless obstacles and experienced some of the most spectacular scenery and trails they had ever encountered. They also were treated to the unparalleled hospitality of the Georgian people and the benign indifference of the elements on their quest to reach the magnificent Mount Kazbek. In the process, they cemented lasting friendships and proved, yet again, that life is simply better in the mountains.
Brice Minnigh as “Bad Vlad”
Sam Seward as “The Boy”
Ross Measures as “ Mr. Mesurés”
Joey Schusler as “Dima”
Cinematography: Joey Schusler & Ross Measures
Aerial Cinematography: Joey Schusler
Motion Design & VFX: Paul Harrison (Shotgun Infinity)
Art Direction: Drew Pautler (Good Fortune Collective)
Photography: Ross Measures & Joey Schusler
POV Footage: Sam Seward
Editor: Joey Schusler
Associate Producer: Brice Minnigh (Bike Magazine), Travis Rummel (Felt Soul Media), Ross Measures
Post Production Sound: Keith White (Keith White Audio)
Expedition Logistics: Sam Seward, Tato Nadiradze, Tito Tomasi, GeoLand Maps
Supported by: Yeti Cycles, Smith Optics, Outdoor Research, ENVE Composites, SRAM, Skratch Labs, Sierra Nevada, Big Agnes, Revelate Designs
Media Partners: Bike Magazine, 5 Point Film Festival
Run Time: 15 minutes 30 seconds
Date of Completion: December 2015