"In a small kitchen in Vancouver BC, Kylie cooks up the most delicious art piece this side of a galaxy far, far away…"
Shot over the course of a week, this short provides an intimate insight into Kylie's process, and details the extraordinary ability of Vancouver's premier 3D Cake Designer.
Inspired by the artwork of Ephin Cozmo and graffiti artist Goser
Cake design by letterpressbakery.com
Read more about Stormtrooper Homer here > letterpressbakery.com/stormtrooper-homer-star-wars-cake/
Music: Don Peris - Flight# vimeo.com/149372845 Uploaded 123K Plays 2,393 Likes 80 Comments
TheHandmadeMovement.com presents THE HANDMADE MOVEMENT Vol.1 Ep.2 THE HATTER
Three years ago, Cate Havstad was offered an opportunity by friend and songwriter Willy Tea Taylor. Willy Tea was about to embark on a tour of the western United States, playing shows and filming footage for his music documentary, ‘Searching for Guy Clark’s Kitchen.’ He showed up in Santa Cruz, CA one day with an old flat top hat in hand. Willy Tea asked Cate if she wanted to hit the road and assist in filming during the tour. He presented the hat to her, telling her it was her “movie-making hat” and encouraged her to listen to her heart and follow the inspiration that was to be found on the road. The time on the road with Willy Tea, as well as the family of artists and troubadours that they spent time with left a permanent mark on Cate. It was from that trip on that she started her own journey in seeking that which truly inspired her. That hat gave Cate a new silhouette as she embarked on a new direction in her life, and the sentiment behind the hat made it her most prized possession.
Director/ Producer: Elliot Lindsey
Production Coordinator: Kate Lindsey
Cinematography: Elliot Lindsey, Eric Kucinski, & Chris Murphy
Archival Cinematography: Cate Havstad & Willy Tea Taylor
Edited by: Elliot Lindsey & Eric Kucinski
Mix and Master: Rory Restani
Music in order of appearance:
THIS MEANS WAR | Shovels and Rope
WE GONNA SHINE | Willy Tea Taylor
FAMILY AND GENUS | Shakey Graves
Special thanks to our supporting partners:
Grants provided by: montanafilm.com
Content management by: app.nimia.com
Production Lighting: Westcott Lighting – fjwestcott.com# vimeo.com/151169954 Uploaded 9,787 Plays 134 Likes 2 Comments
A new film in our maker series. Ben Harris is a traditional wooden boat builder based in Cornwall, UK.
This film documents Ben Harris’ love of wood work and boat building, how he acquired his skills, and how incredible it is to be able to take something that you’ve built with your own hands out onto the water and sail it across the sea.
Who is Ben Harris?
Ben has always loved wood. His mother said that his first word was ‘log’. He has been working with wood throughout the UK since the age of 15. First as an assistant to a cabinet maker, where he started by sharpening the tools and clearing up. He then developed his skills in furniture making and his passion for wood and forestry by working in broadleaf woodlands. Later he tuned his skills in bespoke oak-framed carpentry and went on to establish a sawmill and oak framing business in Scotland, sourcing timber from the local estates. In 2005 Ben moved to Cornwall to study boatbuilding. He has been building boats and sailing them ever since. benharrisboats.co.uk/
Shooting from timber to tide
We spent three days with Ben, staying with him in the idyllic handbuilt wooden cabin he lives in, in Constantine, Cornwall. When we arrived Wednesday, late afternoon, the plan was to make pumpkin soup and couldn’t believe our luck when we discovered the open fire cooking area in the garden. Within an hour after arriving we were already shooting some lovely material. The next day we covered the area around the house, the two workshops, the woods and recorded the voice-over. The real treat came on Friday morning when we took his self-built sailing yacht Alva out on Falmouth’s waters. First we covered the beautiful yacht from a motor boat with skipper Matthew Dale and dog Ruben, before we stepped on board ourselves and got close to the action. What a great experience.
Stills and behind-the-scenes pictures are available on our website: pixillion.com/our-work/film/from-timber-to-tide
Credits and technical information
Directed by Remco Merbis and Fern Scott.
Cinematography, grade and edit by Remco Merbis.
Sound recorded by Fern Scott.
Music by Jonny Pryor. vimeo.com/pseudohaiku
Thanks to Ben Harris, Jack Adair Bevan, Jacob Dodd and Matthew Dale.
Metabones Speedbooster Ultra
Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8L II USM Lens
Canon EF 50mm f/1.4 II USM Lens
Manfrotto 546GBK with 504HD head tripod
Shot at 25 and 50 fps at 1080p and 4K.
Graded in DaVinci Resolve, using Impulz cinematic film emulation 3D LUTs at 1080p HD with added 35mm film grain.# vimeo.com/144892147 Uploaded 138K Plays 3,786 Likes 86 Comments