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Castle on the Hill by Ruth Angell performed by Peacock Angell Band. Recorded at MAC Birmingham and Scrabo Tower, Newtownards. Ruth Angell - Vocals & Guitar Sid Peacock - Guitar Steve Tromans - Piano Tymek Jozwiak - Drum Kit Simon King - Guitar Lukasz Chyla - Bass Special Guest - Eimear McGeown - Irish Flute Jim Wyatt-Lees & Chris Cuthbert - Tech & Lights John Soares - Recording Greg Chandler - Mixing & Mastering (prioryrecordingstudios.co.uk) 144 Picture, Sound & Music - Video (1-4-4.com) Project supported by - Arts Council of Northern Ireland, MAC Birmingham, Arts Council England+ More details
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Black is the Colour - Trad. song performed by Peacock Angell Band Recorded at MAC Birmingham. Sid Peacock - Vocals & Guitar Ruth Angell - Guitar Steve Tromans - Piano Tymek Jozwiak - Drum Kit Jim Wyatt-Lees & Chris Cuthbert - Tech & Lights John Soares - Recording Greg Chandler - Mixing & Mastering (prioryrecordingstudios.co.uk) 144 Picture, Sound & Music - Video (1-4-4.com) Project supported by - Arts Council of Northern Ireland, MAC Birmingham, Arts Council England+ More details
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Celebrating Sanctuary Birmingham is a registered charity (no. 1099536), which works through the arts to raise awareness of the contributions that refugees make to the UK, and in particular to the city of Birmingham. Our events celebrate the tradition of offering sanctuary in the UK to those fleeing persecution, and we support refugee artists to further their careers and reach new audiences. This video documents this year's festival at MAC Birmingham and features artists such as CASCA, Afro Mio, The Redeemed, Hassan Salih Nour and Kadialy Kouyate. The event also featured Writers Without Borders, a drum workshop with Mark Magoo and the opportunity to find out more about the experiences of refugees in the UK from the British Red Cross and Refugee Week. For more information about CSB Birmingham please visit http://celebrating-sanctuary.org.uk/wordpress/ Video produced by 144 Picture, Sound & Music (www.1-4-4.com)+ More details
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'Instead of trying to make a plot that moves, use the movement of wind, or water, children, people, elevators, balls etc., as a poem might celebrate these.' -Maya Deren Directors Notes article about this film with more detailed information: http://www.directorsnotes.com/2014/03/28/ed-lawes-glimpse/ Filmed over six days in Catalonia, February 2014. Photography/sound*/music/post-production by Ed Lawes for 1-4-4.com *Some camera sound was used and some foley/ambiences/wild tracks were recorded in Birmingham but the majority of the film uses sounds from Barcelona/Spain recorded by the Freesound community (list of Freesound users/contributors at the bottom of this description). Many thanks to all of them. Finally at the end of the film a tiny fragment of the L'Escolania Choir School can be heard. Unfortunately the camera sound was unusable so a suitable recording was found in their catalogue and used instead (mixed and EQ'd with a generic empty church ambience). The producers consider this 'fair use' as this is not a commercial product and the sample is so brief. Thanks to Tara, Anne, Shaun, Kyran and Sergio. Produced by Ed Lawes & Alan Dolhasz for 144 Picture, Sound & Music ©2014 Birmingham UK. Camera equipment: Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera, Samyang 8mm f3.5 Fisheye, Lumix14mm f2.5, Lumix 20mm f1.7, Sigma 35-70 f2.8 (old Pentax K model), Sigma 100-200mm f4.5 (old Minolta model). Shot in Pro Res and graded in Resolve. Freesound contributors: sonsdebarcelona, mario1298, soloan, rylius, ninebilly, digitalfish, marda, amszala, xdimebagx, melack, markb, conleec, timofei, stereodivo, happyband, cloudform, carles22, bulbastre, susoooo, nrn, divaldo11, ariat, klankbeeld, blakeyboots, erh, druki, sgel05, twistedlemon, geissler, bwav, marc-jodar, fdefunk, martats, eguaus, felinorama, eelke, subsys, toam, islabonita.+ More details
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Starring: Valentin (boxer) & Matt (trainer? Pads man?) Cinematography: Alan Dolhasz Editing & Grading: Ed Lawes Music: Ed Lawes ©144 Picture, Sound & Music 2013 Shot on a Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera in Pro Res (Nikon 24mm f2 with BMCC Speedbooster & Lumix 14mm f2.5).+ More details
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Camera: Alan Dolhasz Sound Recordist: Matthew Cheshire Post/Music: Ed Lawes Produced by Alan Dolhasz & Ed Lawes for 144 Picture, Sound & Music. ©144 Picture, Sound & Music 2013 Shot on BMCC MFT // Pro Res Sound recorded on a Zoom H6 with a Rode NTG3 and the Zoom XY Capsule.+ More details
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A quickly thrown together test of the new Sigma 18-35mm f1.8 zoom at f1.8. (Verdict? It's good, well built, sharp wide open and you can focus very close, macro more or less). BTW there's no meaning behind the page in the atlas Sergio is looking at, it was just the best part of that shot. Camera: BMCC MFT Shot in 2.5K 12bit raw. @F1.8 ISO 800 + ND (variable, roughly 1 stop). Lighting: 1x 650W tungsten open face light through diffusion. Graded in Resolve 10 Shot/edited/graded etc by Ed Lawes for 1-4-4.com Music: Ed Lawes ©2013 ©2013 1-4-4.com+ More details
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