1. WATCH OUR LATEST FILM PUSHING MYANMAR - vimeo.com/216581359

    - RIDE CHANNEL Feature February 2014 -
    - Winner of Best Independent and Emerging Film Makers at the International Skateboard Film Festival 2011 -
    (MADE PUBLIC - 9th May 2011) Filmed in the summer of 2009, Altered Focus: Burma follows three film makers and skateboarders as they travel across Yangon and Mandalay. The film explores the reaction to this unseen activity whilst touching on the political situation there.

    Running Time: 19minutes
    Filmed on DVCAM and Super 8mm

    Filmed, Edited and Directed by
    Alex Pasquini & James Holman


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    Also available @ video.mpora.com/watch/CVf1TY9u1/


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    A tilt-shift film, shot by Joerg Daiber in Rangoon (Yangon), Kalaw, Inle Lake, Mandalay and Bagan in Burma (Myanmar).
    Facebook: facebook.com/MiniatureFilms
    Twitter: twitter.com/spoonfilm
    YouTube: youtube.com/LittleBigWorld
    Web: spoonfilm.com

    You can license raw footage clips from the Little Big World series here: gettyimages.de/Search/Search.aspx?contractUrl=2&language=de&family=creative&p=spoonfilm&assetType=film

    For embedding please use this site: youtube.com/watch?v=LXsMkbh9h6g

    Shot with Lumix GH2, Gorillapod, 14-140mm and 7-14mm Lumix Lenses. Edited with Final Cut Pro. Postproduction with After Effects.

    Thanks everyone for the nice comments. Since so many asked for more information: The sunsets/sunrises were shot with an intervalometer at 10 sec (the Balloons in the intro were at 1 or 2 sec) Most of the other stuff was shot in regular video HBR mode and later sped up in post to whatever speed needed.
    The effect was created manually in AE and so were many masks. Quite a lot of shots were handheld, since I travelled without tripod, so they were also stabilzed in AE later.

    Music: Tchaikovsky - Piano Concerto No. 1

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  3. Happy World is a hypervideo experiment co-produced by Cinquième Etage Production and Upian.com

    The result is a 30 mn documentary, available both in english and french original audio, directed and edited specifically for the Internet, presented in a HTML5 shell that displays dynamic data and contextual information to enrich the video.


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  4. For more information please visit roadofresistance.com

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    In the summer of 2006, four friends from San Diego, California set out on a mission to expose the atrocities being done to the people of Burma, more specifically, the Karen people – one of the country’s largest ethnic groups. Burma has quietly been host to the world’s longest running civil war – waged between the country’s military dictatorship and detractors from the regime.

    Burma is a closed country known for strong penalties including imprisonment for people found inside its borders without the proper documentation. However, they knew that in order to capture the story they needed, they would have to sneak across the border through Thailand. With backpacks filled with borrowed film equipment they set out without a clue of how they would break inside a countryside filled with landmines, Burmese soldiers, and wet season torrential weather. They didn’t know what they would find, or if anyone would listen to their story when they returned.

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  5. We joined forces with an amazing group of people to create this viral public service announcement (PSA). The original purpose of this film was to raise awareness on the Burmese peoples ongoing peaceful protests against their military government's notorious human rights violations. When Cyclone Nargus hit, causing untold loss of life and devastation across the country, we immediately altered the spot to address the immediate need for aid. We hope to compel the global community to act in the face of this tragedy.

    An important goal for each of us, in every project we take on, is getting people to think. With this piece, it is not just a provocation but a call to action. The people of Burma are oppressed: They are not free to express themselves. At Shilo, we are a group of individuals who make art for our livelihoods and we value personal expression as the highest of our freedoms. We are inviting people to join the global conversation about this issue and hopefully we'll inspire people to make a positive difference for the people of Burma.

    In the last few days, the initial point behind the film has become even more relevant as we witness the military regime in Burma block humanitarian aid to people in desperate need of help. We hope this film will motivate people to donate to the current crisis and also to put pressure on the current regime to change things for the better for these peace loving people. Please join us in showing your support for this cause. Here are some helpful sites.




    Also, check out more info on the project at wemakeitgood.com: wemakeitgood.com/article/live/burma


    MTV Director of Social Responsibility: John Jackson
    Burma Arts Board Founder: Suki Dusanj
    Advertising Agency: Ogilvy & Mather (Amsterdam)
    Executive Creative Director: Carl Le Blond
    Activist: Sam Roddick
    Director: Shilo
    Production Company: Shilo
    Creative Director: Andre Stringer
    Lead Artists: Andre Stringer, Tamir Sapir, David HillMatte
    Painting: Mathieu Reynault and Rodeo FX, Andre Stringer, Marco Giampaolo, Cassidy Gearhart, Noah Conopask
    3D Animators: Henning Koczy, Richard Cayton, Ohad Bracha, Bren Wilson, Eugen Sasu, Kiel Figgins
    3D Artists: Christina Ku, Richard Kim, Warren Heimall, Craig Kohlemeyer, Scott Denton
    Compositors: David Hill, Andre Stringer, Tamir Sapir, Cassidy Gearhart, Noah Conopask, Stieg Retlin, Marco Giampaolo
    Typography: Evan Dennis
    Miniature Design: Willi Patton
    Editor: Nathan Caswell

    Sound Design: Dante Nou
    Coordinator: Danielle Smith
    Producer: Lindsay Bodanza
    Executive Producer: Tracy Chandler
    Executive Producer (UK): Mark Hanrahan

    Music: Music production and arrangement: Good Sounds Amsterdam

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