1. A Film by We Are Shouting // Directed by Eric Becker

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  2. Osaka trip during the September of 2011. Went about my daily plans and stop by a few places to capture footage of this amazing country.

    The places visited are:
    Tempozan Harbor/Aquarium
    Universal Studios
    Ebisubashi Bridge

    I picked Happy End's 'Kaze Wo Atsumete' to go with this video from the Soundtrack of Lost In Translation. As i always loved Sofia Coppola's interpretation of Japan.

    Filmed almost the entire video on a Canon 600D and it's Kit Lens. Only a scene or two with a 50mm 1.8. With a very trustworthy Gorillapod.

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  3. The Tea Master is the first short film by Director Aaron Au. Shot in Vancouer Canada on RED in 2009. Starring Coling Foo, Paul Wu, and Byron Lawson.

    For more information on the film including awards please visit:


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  4. I went to Japan for two weeks with my brother, making our way from Tokyo to Hiroshima and points in between.

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  5. Send donations to the Canadian Red Cross redcross.ca/donate or the Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre (JCCC) Foundation Earthquake Relief Fund jccc.on.ca/japan_earthquake_relief_fund.htm

    A flash mob converged inside the Toronto Eaton Centre shopping mall on Friday, March.25th, 2011 to send a message of hope to the people of Japan from us in Toronto Canada.

    "Success! "To the People of Japan: Nippon Gambatte!" Our Dance of Hope & Encouragement to Rebuild: written and choreographed by Yuko Nozoe, Yakudo. Performed by Yakudo, dear friends of Yakudo and very special, caring friends of friends of friends....!! Thank you!

    Check in for videos to distribute and deliver our message of HOPE & ENCOURGEMENT dedicated to family, friends and all the people in Japan. It is also a reminder to those that are not there, that although a disaster has happened, there is hope and with your help in any way, Japan can and will rebuild.

    visit Yakudo.com for upcoming benefit concerts and link to the Japan Earthquake Relief Fund.

    ~ Nippon Gambatte!"


    - Shot on a Panasonic TM300k w/wide angle conversion lens (hence some vignetting)
    - Recorded on a Zoom HD1

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    Oni Go was a rock band active between 1989 and 1991. They only released two albums, nevertheless they broke into the History of Music.
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    Aureole is rocking the Musser Mallet percussion with the vibraphone heavy “Core.”

    And it doesn’t take special glasses to realize that this is amazing. The bells and keyboard work parallel with each other and lead singer Daichi Mori’s softer vocals try to calm you during this jittery single. All the instruments culminate to a massive core-shaking experience. The video’s glitch-tastic world matches this feeling. Awesome work.

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