1. It has been several years since an earthquake devasted Irpinia, South Italy. Although a massive reconstruction, some places, here and there, like dead memories or museums in the open air, can still remind everybody of such a tragedy. The long-standing, quiet, spooky ruins seem to claim their own right to survive, warning strangers not to pass. But a funny guy with a briefcase and a clue, turns up, unexpected...

    Sono passati molti anni da quando il sisma del 1980 devastò l'Irpinia. In seguito la ricostruzione ne ha modificato profondamente la topografia, lasciando che le rovine testimoniassero la tragedia come dei musei a cielo aperto. Camminando tra queste pietre, immerse da tempo in un silenzio ottuso, si prova l’imbarazzante sensazione di essere osservati. Pietre che sembrano reclamare una propria anima, e che ora paiono inorridire per una visita inattesa…

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  2. Orford Ness is a wild and remote shingle spit off the Suffolk Coast in England owned by the National Trust. It is a massive expanse thought to contain 15% of the world's reserve of coastal vegetated shingle and it is truly unique place.

    From 1913 Orford Ness was used as a military test site and closely guarded to prevent public access. Top secret experiments were conducted across both World Wars and into the nuclear age. The result is a landscape littered with the scars and debris from such tests. Unexploded ordinance was so rife that the RAF Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) were stationed on the Ness for 17 years disposing of whatever they could find.

    Also left behind are a bizarre collection of foreboding buildings providing a clue to a sometimes disturbing past yet some animals seem oblivious to them and their significance. Perhaps the most iconic buildings are the 'Pagodas', which feature heavily in the film. These buildings, aptly named, were Laboratories 4 and 5 of the Atomic Weapons Research Establishment (AWRE) site.

    The Ness is now an internationally important nature reserve, harbouring an amazing array of wildlife. A small crew of three stayed on the Ness for 5 days and produced this short film for the BBC Natural History Unit about the place and the wildlife found there. The film concentrates on the oddities of design; the design of the place and the design of the wildlife found to reside there.

    For more information on the Ness follow this link please nationaltrust.org.uk/orford-ness/


    Panasonic P2 Varicam and Canon C300, variety of lenses inc. a homemade tile-shif lens
    Canon & Nikon DSLR's for time-lapses & ND's
    Kessler Cineslider and Dynamic perception dolly's used for motion controlled shots


    Director & Cameraman- Richard Taylor Jones
    2nd Camera, Camera Assistant & DIT- Tom Beldam
    2nd Camera & Camera Assistant- Sam Stewart

    Editor- Debs Williams
    Mix & Grade- DogHouse Productions

    Commentary- Richard Taylor Jones


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  3. The equipment I used are: Canon 5D Mark III ( canon, 24-70mm f/2.8) ( canon, 70-200mm f/2.8) ( zeiss, 15mm f/2.8 ZE Series ) and Kessler Pocket Slider.

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  4. This is a documentary about the replica atlantic wall built by the allies in order to practice demolition techniques on it in preparation for D-Day.

    The short was filmed as a part of the UCA Farnham Film Production course.

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  5. Peguera és un petit poble abandonat de l'alt Berguedà, ara un projecte urbanístic amenaça la continuitat del paratge tal i com el coneixem avui en dia. Em pregunto si aquest vídeo és el testimoni de la meva darrera passejada per la Peguera actual.
    Voldria agraïr molt especialment a en Josep Oriola, Joan Perarnau i Xavier Pedrals la seva col·laboració.
    Res més, espero que us agradi aquest petit poema visual. Gràcies, Guillem.

    Peguera is a small abandoned village of High Berguedà (Catalonia), now an urbanistic project threatens the continuity of the landscape as we know it today. I wonder if this video is the last testimony of my last walk through the current Peguera.
    Filmed with sony nex vg20.
    I would like to especially thank Josep Oriola, Joan perarnau and Xavier Pedrals their collaboration.
    Nothing, I hope you enjoy this little visual poem. Thank you, Guillem.

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That Abandoned Place

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Abandoned, deserted and derelict places are extremely fascinating. Many of us cannot say exactly why, but often we find ourselves staring at an abandoned church or cemetery, a dismissed factory or a ghost town. It does not matter where it is, as long…

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Abandoned, deserted and derelict places are extremely fascinating. Many of us cannot say exactly why, but often we find ourselves staring at an abandoned church or cemetery, a dismissed factory or a ghost town. It does not matter where it is, as long as it is abandoned; most of times it does not even matter what it was. It is just the fact that place lived once, and now it bears just some sad and melancholic signs of that previous existence.

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