Dan Spitz, who played lead guitar for the metal band Anthrax, left the group in the '90s to pursue an unexpected path: master watchmaking. Now, he's one of the top watchmakers in the world, but can still shred a guitar like it's 1983.
Norbert Sattler is a master stained glass craftsman in Pleasantville, Nova Scotia.
Starring Norbert Sattler & Sue Obata
Directed by Ben Proudfoot | email@example.com
Cinematography by David Bolen | @davidbolen
Edited by Tim Johnson
Music Composed, Orchestrated & Conducted by Nicholas Jacobson-Larson
Post-Production Supervision by David Nieman
Color by Stephen Derluguian
Sound Re-recording by Sean Higgins
Supervising Sound Editing by Mark Camperell, MPSE
Produced by Ben Proudfoot, Jeremy Lambert & Richard Graham
Score Preparation by Alessandro Saini
Music Mixed by Brad Haehnel
Music Contractor - Peter Rotter
German Lyrics by Ryan Wagner
Dialogue Editing by Jason Krane, MPSE
Foley Artist - Tara Blume
Sound Effects Editing by Eric Wegener
Post Production Sound Editing Provided by Empty Sea Audio
Steadicam Operator - Patrick Doyle
Handlettered Titles by Bonnie Ebbs
Featuring the Art of
Holy Family Parish in Amherst, Nova Scotia
For Breakwater Studios
J. Taylor Brown
Shot on Arri Alexa Mini and Angenieux Optimo
Made with Love by Breakwater Studios Ltd. in Halifax, Nova Scotia and Los Feliz, California
Gregory Crichlow left his architecture job in 2011 to start a bicycle shop in Five Points, a traditionally African-American and Latino neighborhood in Denver. Servicing residents’ bikes keeps the doors open, but hand-building steel frames is what inspires him. Find him at chocolatespokes.com.
Official Selection — Mountainfilm 2017
WINNER — 5 Points Award, 2017 5Point Adventure Film Festival
Official Selection — 2017 Crested Butte Film Festival
Official Selection — 2017 New Urbanism Film Festival
Official Selection — 2017 Bicycle Film Festival
Official Selection — 2017 DC Adventure Film Festival
Official Selection — 2017 Fresh Coast Film Festival
Official Selection — 2017 Denver Film Festival
Brittany Nicole Cox is one of the only antiquarian horologists in the world. She's basically a mechanic—a mechanic from the 17th century. Cox fixes old machines with watch or clock mechanisms inside them for a living. Often, these machines are missing parts that frequently no longer exist, so Cox fashions them herself. To visit her workshop is to see what the future looked like centuries ago, and while Cox's trade is laborious, time-consuming and incredibly intricate, she is preserving a magical part of humanity's past.
Inside the doors of Culver City’s Bucato, the beating heart of this narrow Italian restaurant is found neither in the dining room nor in the kitchen, but in a room upstairs, isolated from the chaos of the cooks. The room is modest in its design; simple yet beautiful. A clock hangs on white walls, frosted windows overlook the restaurant below, and large wooden tables dusted with flour are centerstage.
Welcome to the pasta lab, the beating heart of Bucato.
Directed by Antonio Diaz
Cinematography by Nathan Sage
Music by A. Taylor
Narration by Evan Funke
Production Company: Life & Thyme Productions