1. This film is an abstract composite of my memories and experiences from a trip to Rwanda and Uganda a couple of years ago. It was nothing at all like what I expected. Amid toil and triumph, this is an incredible part of the world, with amazing people doing incredible things. I hope people consider visiting these two countries.

    Put on your headphones and watch in a darkened room if you're serious about watching it.

    Big thanks to camera assistant Ivan Agerton, Emily Miller (a specific editorial suggestion), and Jongnic Bontemps (awesomely haunting score).

    Music courtesy...
    Mobygratis.com, 'The Day (Gesaffelstein Remix)' and Jongnic Bontemps (middle section), bontempsmusic.net.

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  2. Every couple of months, 68-year-old Ed Zevely rides into the Colorado high country to camp for weeks at a time—and he does it completely alone. Through thunderstorms, open meadows and treacherous passes, he finds his own patch of serenity. Far from the modern world, it’s a place where the only goal is to move and breathe, and where you can truly understand the difference between loneliness and solitude.

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  3. Grant Davis is the runner and voice of the film. He's also probably the smartest friend that I have. He can find meaning to just about everything. If he decides to do something, he'll do it right, and then he'll tell you all about why it matters.

    I was stoked to team up again with my good friend MP Cunningham to shoot this little film as he always has amazing ideas that make things a million times better.

    Sometimes while shooting, I think you can be so overwhelmed and distracted by not only what you see with your eyes but also by what you hear and smell and taste, that it's hard to actually know how to capture what's in front of you. Yet there are other times when the complete opposite is true and everything you sense seems to just ease itself into an image. I think a lot of it has to do with you're intentions, and who you have around you. This was an interesting project because we came into it relatively unscripted and without any real burdening expectations. I think that, coupled with just being with good friends, lent to some good karma. We landed in San Francisco and spent the next 3 days driving north and shooting what we saw along the way.

    The music was written and produced specifically for this piece by Micah Dahl Anderson

    Shot and edited by Sean Michael & MP Cunningham
    Music by Micah Dahl Anderson
    Color and sound design by Wayne Nillson
    Produced by Kurt Hale
    Title by Davis Ngarupe
    Still photography by Weston Colton

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  4. You won't get much closer to Skylining than this!

    We left winter behind and headed to the sun to try and turn our latest dream into reality.
    we put up a line between 2 hot air balloons to try our first completely movable highline.

    All of the Skyliners team was excited to put their skills to the test on such an amazing line...
    We'll be going back again very soon to make it happen - watch this space!

    You can watch our documentary here vimeo.com/81591839 and reelhouse.org/seb.montaz/petit-bus-rouge

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  5. Jo & Leo from the Team Frab are two 13 year old Free Runners from Dresden. Last sunday it was below minus 10 Celsius. Nevertheless we went out. All my ND filters have been frozen from the spray of snow, while they would take all risk on slippery ground, performing one flip after the other.

    That´s what came out, kid´s made me proud!

    Schnee-Running! (en:snow = de:schnee)

    A film by Sebastian Linda sebastian-linda.de
    More information about the shoot soon on:

    Making Of

    Free Runners
    Team Frab = on.fb.me/1bqckjF

    Music by
    Crywolf & Ianborg - Oceans
    Free Download ( !!! )

    Thanks for the song guys. It´s awesome for editing.

    Graphics by Roland Hartmann

    Special thanks to Leo´s mother Anette for attending the shoot and to the other parents for putting so much trust in their kids and me.

    Jo&Leo are looking for a training hall in Dresden. If you want to support the kids contact me.

    Filmed with
    Canon Eos Mark III Raw Magic Lantern
    24mm Canon 1,4 L
    50mm Canon 1,4
    100mm 2,8 Macro

    2 shots Gh1, Walimex Fisheye 7,5mm

    Gorilla Tripod

    Postproduction in Da Vinci Resolve Lite -> Edited in Premiere CC - > Final Grade in Magic Bullet Looks

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