1. Shot on a Sony A7Rii and edited with Lightroom, After Effects and Premiere.

    Here is my previous splitscreen work of Paris & NY: vimeo.com/108552265

    Music by Tony Anderson

    Special thanks to Nathalie, Kirki Gini and Mathieu Roy for taking part and helping me with the project.

    # vimeo.com/159238041 Uploaded 112K Plays 48 Comments
  2. Last weekend my single friend Tom challenged himself to find his next date - OFFLINE.

    Facebook - facebook.com/offlinedatingfilm

    Webby nominated film by Samuel Abrahams


    Featuring Tom Greaves

    Directed by Samuel Abrahams

    Produced by Joshua Smith & Samuel Abrahams 

    Shot by Samuel Abrahams

    Edited by Chris McKay 

    Music by Wilderthorn

    Titles by Lewis Kyle White

    Graded by Steffan Perry

    Sound by Jonny Platt

    Assistant Producers Tom Gilfillan & David O'Neill

    Planning by Freddie Eaves

    Thanks to... Harry Barber, Honey Ribs, All the Ninja’s @ 52, Blink, Cut & Run, Wave, Framestore.

    And a special thank you to all the lovely people we met!

    Filmed in Hackney, London, 2015
    copyright Samuel Abrahams  

    # vimeo.com/132695239 Uploaded 680K Plays 281 Comments
  3. “The Life and Death of an iPhone” is shot entirely on an iPhone, edited on the iPhone about what it’s like to be an iPhone. Seen entirely from the phone’s point-of-view beginning with its inception through its life… death… and ultimately its reincarnation. This is not a PSA.

    Made with Cameo: Easily edit and share cinematic videos on your phone with the award-winning app for iOS. Download it for free to start creating: vimeo.com/cameo

    Directed, Written and Edited by Paul Trillo
    Additional Filming by Alex Mallis

    Produced by Project Fathom
    Produced by Tessa Travis
    Associate Producer: Marina Fernandez Ferri
    Associate Producer: Brian Streem
    Production Assistant: Melanie Kelley

    Alex Mallis as Lucas
    Langan Kingsley as Langan

    Factory Worker #1: Frances Pu
    Factory Worker #2: Julie Chen
    Male Friend #2: Javier
    Female Friend #1: Emmy Harrington
    Male Friend #1: Evan Jones
    Boss: Landon Van Soest
    Museum Security: Robert House
    Craigslist Buyer: Charles Pang
    iPhone Repairman: Brian Peralta
    Taxi Driver: Flip
    Chinese Businessman: Vincent Leong
    Phone Thief: Nate Myers
    Taxi Customer (not pictured): Brad Kula

    Special Thanks: The Cameo Team, Vimeo, Jason Sondhi, Taylor Newby, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Landon Von Soest, Cubana Social, Black Bear Bar, Computer Answers, Josh Ruben

    # vimeo.com/131046102 Uploaded 608K Plays 58 Comments
  4. Media is a tool that can program and reprogram the human bio-computer. Stories pattern the imagination. Language helps us think about our thinking. Cinema can open up new vistas for our minds.

    This video is a new collaboration with my friend, artist and filmmaker Jason Silva, host of National Geographic's BrainGames and creator of Shots of Awe.
    Jason sent me an inspiring recording he made in the park with his Iphone discussing how powerful advances in technology can extend our connections to each other making us more compassionate and kind-hearted beings.
    He proposes that communication technologies act as "empathy machines", opening up new intersubjective spaces where we can all become one.
    These new tools give us new "spaces of possibility" to explore, and this video is a celebration of that new space of imagination, compassion, collaboration and inspiration.

    Jason and I have become good friends, kindred spirits, and share a passion for intense inspiration, for using videos to share new vistas, and when he sent me this I was so excited, I started creating visuals right away. Hope you find it inspiring.
    We took three days and repurposed footage from Shots of Awe series, it was a spontaneous desire to create a campaign for POSSIBILITY and a call to action to improve the world.

    Special thanks to UNEP - United Nations Environment Program for supporting the creation of this video - unep.org
    Thanks to Discovery Digital Networks, TestTube, Bokeh, Imaginary Foundation and Shots of Awe team for supporting the images. Especially Tom Lofthouse, Barry Pousman, Jordan Dertinger, Nick Philip, Colin Decker and the rest of the team.

    Music by Andrew Seistrup: andrewseistrup.com

    Follow us on Twitter: @leodalessandri - @JasonSilva

    "LIKE" us on Facebook:
    Leo's Facebook: facebook.com/leonardolucadalessandri
    Jason's Facebook: facebook.com/JasonLSilva

    # vimeo.com/130884499 Uploaded 319K Plays 121 Comments
  5. There's no easy way to say goodbye to a friend, especially when they've supported you through your darkest times.

    Made possible by Patagonia
    Generous support from: First Descents, Ruffwear and Snow Peak

    The end quote of the film is an excerpt from an incredible story by writer David Dudley that we highly suggest reading: 'What Our Dogs Teach us about Aging.' aarp.org/health/healthy-living/info-2014/aging-in-dogs.html [Thank you for saying it so perfectly, David]

    In order of appearance: Ben Moon & Denali
    Producer: Ben Moon // Moonhouse
    Directed / edited / written: Ben Knight // Felt Soul Media
    DP: Skip Armstrong // Wazee Motion Pictures
    Second Camera: Page Stephenson
    Co-Writer: Katie Klingsporn
    Wet Camera: Justin Harris
    Sound Recordist: Jim Hurst
    Music Supervisor: Ben Knight and Ian Anderson
    Sound Mix: Justin Harris
    Narrated by: Ben Knight

    Music by: Chihei Hatakeyama, Images of a Broken Light — chihei.org
    Music by: Odesza, It's Only [feat. Zyra] In Return, odesza.com, courtesy of Counter Records 2014

    Still Photographs by: Ben Moon, Lisa Hensel, Carli Davidson, Miranda Moon, Vivian Moon, Jean Redle Dawn Kish, Lisa Skaff, Pete Rudge, Kristen & Ian Yurdin, and John Sterling

    # vimeo.com/122375452 Uploaded 14.2M Plays 784 Comments

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