1. Franklin Avenue - A Short Film


    from Dufi Productions / Added

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    "Franklin Avenue" is a short film produced, directed, and edited by Peter Putman and made in the spring and summer of 2009. It was written by Jack Wuerfel, Sean Rositano and Peter Putman. Starring in "Franklin Avenue" are Tim Martuch, Jessica Wilkowski and Jodie Maier. "Franklin Avenue" is the story of Jeremy, who after his girlfriend Addison breaks up with him, sees a therapist to sort his life out. During these sessions which happen of the course of many weeks, we see his relationship with Addison from its inception, to its end.

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    • Blick


      from Ulysse Tassin / Added

      1,884 Plays / / 0 Comments

      Short film directed by Delmotte Hadrien, Dangleterre Jean-Christophe, Herchuelz Arthur, Petit Léo and Tassin Ulysse in 2010. Thanks to the great actors, Hanssen Loulou, Heude Nathan and Lemos Jimmy, but also to everybody who helped us toward setting up the movie. Enjoy ! Update: "Blick" won first prize at film festival of "Sarlat en Périgord".

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      • Secret Birds Concert – Part I


        from Paul W. Rankin / Added

        557 Plays / / 0 Comments

        Secret Birds live performance for the annual I Used To Skate Once show at The Zoo in Brisbane, Australia. For this show they brought in five drummers to play simultaneously, and asked if I'd cover the show. Secret Birds perform long, heavily instrumental pieces. The film covers the two pieces performed, one in each part. This first piece, which is in two halves, goes for about 17 minutes. The entire performance is covered in one shot. http://www.myspace.com/secretbirds

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        • THE FLYING LESSON | A Short Film


          from Phil Hawkins - Director / Added

          36.1K Plays / / 140 Comments

          The Flying Lesson is an ambitious action/drama short film involving air-to-air stunt sequences with a vintage WWII Tiger Moth bi-plane. After the recent death of her grandfather, Phoebe Sanderson (Jessica Blake) takes a flying lesson in the exact plane her grandfather flew in WWII, a recently restored Tiger Moth. With a sense of trepidation, she takes flight with a promise to keep. Only a chauvinistic flying instructor (Richard J. Fletcher) with a secret stands in her way... The film was shot over 5 days mainly on a Canon C300 with some aerial unit footage shot on the Red and even a 5D Mark II. I became involved when Adrian Alexander (owner and stunt pilot of "Huffy The Tiger Moth") got in touch with a script from a new writer (Ian Bishop) and had already teamed up with James Oldham, an aspiring director of photography. After a few rewrites of the script to move it more into a story based short and away from previous drafts which were more stunt based, I came onboard as director and produced the short through my company The Philm Company in association with Frantic Film and Motley Flying Productions. The film was edited by Alex Macleod using Adobe Premiere which, because of our mixed camera formats, worked brilliantly. The original score was composed by Richard Bodgers including our own arrangement of classical piece "In The Hall Of The Mountain King" which was an ambitious feat in itself! We really wanted to create a short film that would 'raise the bar' of what is possible on a low budget with a team of talented, ambitious, like-minded folks. I'd never shot with aeroplanes or stunts before so I loved the challenge and also really pushed to try and create an cinematic short film. I must point out that this short has received no external/public funding and was shot on a very limited budget. It may not look it, but I guess that's the point! My heartfelt thanks to the talented cast, crew, pilots and facilities companies who made this short possible. We really couldn't have made it without you all. There are too many people to thank here but every single person in the credits (please watch!) were integral to creating this film. You can see a behind the scenes video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uK28eWRLN5Q Please do share so we can show out film to as many people as possible and post your comments below. We hope that you enjoy it. theflyinglesson.com | facebook.com/theflyinglesson | twitter.com/theflyinglesson

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          • SLR Magic Anamorphot 1.33x - 50


            from Sean Cunningham / Added

            3,603 Plays / / 11 Comments

            I've been shooting and experimenting with the Century Optics 1.33x adapter for over a year now. While definitely not ideal I was pretty happy just to be shooting anamorphic and combined with the Tokina achromat I could get results that were workable enough for indie filmmaking. When SLR Magic announced they were developing a new anamorphic adapter some critics predicted it would be not much more than a copy of either the Century Optics or LA7200 adapters. They couldn't have been more wrong. For starters, it's virtually impossible to get sharp edges free of chromatic aberration on the Century Optics adapter without sacrificing infinity focus and using diopters. The SLR Magic Anamorphot has very even performance across the frame, free of CA and can be used with bigger stops on longer focal lengths than is possible with the older adapters. In fact, you can use it with stops that are a major challenge for pulling and maintaining focus without a camera assistant if your camera/monitoring combo doesn't offer peaking. The Anamorphot flares easily and has a similar blue-streak look most people associate with Panavision. SLR Magic maintained coating characteristics on their matching diopter set (+1.3 and +.33) so that the cool look of your flares is maintained if you happen to be using them in a close-up situation. The great thing about this adapter though, they're optional rather than compulsory. In this video I alternate taking lenses between my Nikkor 24mm f/2 at stops between f/2.8 and f/4/5.6 and my F.Zuiko 50mm f/1.8 shot mostly at f/2.8 which was impossible on the Century Optics adapter without stacking multiple diopters. Focus is a real challenge at these stops and on a legitimate production I would always have an assistant pulling focus. Anamorphic filmmaking generally requires a 1st AC unless you're using a dual-focus adapter designed for projection which mandates rigorous camera and subject blocking and as little relative movement as possible. Or being really stopped down, and who wants that?

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            • Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Tiki Cup


              from Bills Films / Added

              479 Plays / / 2 Comments

              An adaptation of the classic first 15 minutes of Raiders of the Lost Ark.

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              • Canon XM2 w/Anamorphic Lens Test


                from Samuel Hall / Added

                1,957 Plays / / 7 Comments

                Jan. 2007. 00:01 Part One - Overcast 06:33 Part Two - Night 10:23 Part Three - Sun Music: Something Dark Is Coming - Bear McCreary Born Yesterday - Rob Dougan I composed the piano piece for the 3rd segment.

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                • Professional Conduct Becoming of an Elite Spy


                  from Matthew Wells / Added

                  648 Plays / / 11 Comments

                  In this action comedy, a secret agent develops a conscience during a hectic mission while his neurotic assistant grows a backbone. Winner of the Best Action Film award at Hollyshorts 2014. Official Site: http://bit.ly/1BVPQVz written and directed by Matt Wells a Five Cent Whiskey production in association with Mike DeMille EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS: TOBY MEULI MIKE DEMILLE DOCTOR JOHN NICK ALT RYAN BARLOW ASSOCIATE PRODUCERS: COL. ROBERT POWERS PETER WARD JAKE MEULI BOB POWERS CARY MEULI GABE ASKEW LONNIE IANNAZZO II CAROLYN RATCLIFFE RAFTER ROBERTS ADDITIONAL MATERIAL WRITTEN BY: TOBY MEULI JAMES MACKEY STEVE CLEMMONS ELISHA YAFFE CAST AGENT MIKE: TOBY MEULI TYLER: ELISHA YAFFE AGENT JEAN-PIERRE: AARON FARB EMILY: KATHARINE EVERETT THE SQUAD LEADER: JAMES MACKEY THE BODYGUARD: MIKE DEMILLE CORPORAL SVEN: RYAN BARLOW LT. KLEHMENS: STEVE CLEMMONS PRIVATE THORINGTON: MATT THORNTON CADET MCPHERSON: RYAN STERRENBERG/JORDAN BRANCH OKSANA: KATY FOLEY PERVERT: DEF JANIELS CREW LINE PRODUCER/PRODUCTION MGR: LEE CITRON CINEMATOGRAPHY: RYAN OVADIA COSTUME DESIGN: MAGGIE LEVIN PRODUCTION DESIGN: TYLER TRAVIS ART DIRECTOR: ANDREW WITMER MAKE-UP ARTIST: KATIE MACHAIEK STUNT COORDINATOR: EAMMON GLENNON ASST. DIRECTORS: BROOKS MORRISON and JORDAN PALEY 2nd CAMERA OPERATOR: ANDREW CRICHTON ASSISTANT CAMERA: ADAM LEE KEY GRIP: JULIEN LORMANT GAFFER: THOMAS PENA BOOM OPERATOR: STEVE BERNARD POST-PRODUCTION EDITOR: BRAD CONLIN SOUND DESIGN and MIXING: SAM EJNES COMPOSER: BRAAINZZ VISUAL FX: ZAK STOLTZ MATT JACOBS MATT WELLS ADDITIONAL MUSIC: ARCHIVE.ORG and DEF JANIELS MADE POSSIBLE BY KICKSTARTER AND ALL OF THESE WONDERFUL PEOPLE: Mike DeMille Ryan Barlow Nick Alt John Wells Jr Marylou Wells Erick Fix Santiago Gonzalez Landree Fleming James Mackey Krista Hamlen Damon English Sam Roberts David Ganssle April DeGesualdo Cook Tracy Sunderland Dick Johnson Katie Behrens Andrea Kraft Madeleine Wojdak Erin Daley Jessica Montgomery Doug Klinger Andrew Bargh Daniel Wheatley Daniel Hoppes David Glick Joseph Rechtman Alexandra Oliver John Eskate Eric Dunlap Jamie Watkins Cary Meuli Carolyn Ratcliffe Bob Powers Peter Ward Lonnie Iannazzo II Justin Becker Benjamin Thomas Cara Brody TobyMeuli James De Los Reyes Amber Zeiders Robert Powers Rafter Roberts Matt Mead Joannah Powers Charlie Hoppes Matt Ratcliffe Merlin Froyd Gus Meuli Melanie Burgess Chris Schepman Ben Kaiser Brian Duffield Keith Schofield Joshua Camerote Bob Ladewig Diana Ecker Maxwell Sacra Rebekah Wells Estes Joshua Higham Gabe Askew Jake Meuli Carolyn Woods Tone Hoeft Jim Rohner Melissa Abbott Jonathan Siemen Joshua Schmidt Audrey Lecker Susan Gelb Deborah Jane Wells Derek Peterson Ryan Sterrenberg Nick Dinuzzo Liam Dunlop Buck Ross Alyssa S. Clements Nicholas Thompson Tonya Joyce Kitchens Caroline Jurgenson Tyler Chick Derek Mount

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                  • Secret Birds Concert – Part II


                    from Paul W. Rankin / Added

                    399 Plays / / 0 Comments

                    Part II of the Secret Birds live performance for the annual I Used To Skate Once show at The Zoo in Brisbane, Australia. For this show they brought in five drummers to play simultaneously, and asked if I'd cover the show. Secret Birds perform long, heavily instrumental pieces. The film covers the two pieces performed, one in each part. This second piece goes for about 10 minutes. The entire performance is covered in one shot. http://www.myspace.com/secretbirds Canon Legria HF S10, 25PF Tv Mode, 24Mb/s

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                    • Copper Basin


                      from James Minick / Added

                      22 Plays / / 0 Comments

                      During the last week of June 2014, I traveled with a mission team from Ten Mile Creek Baptist Church of Baxley, Georgia, to work in a region of the country that I have visited many times. Where the states of Georgia, Tennessee, and North Carolina meet, there is an area known as the Copper Basin. It is a place of beauty. It is a place of hospitality. It is a place of poverty. This short documentary tells the story of two ministers, two missionaries, and a church that wanted to help. "Improvisation_4" by LaBon is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 License: freemusicarchive.org/music/LaBon/Live_in_Bunker_792014/track4_1724. http://jamesminick.com

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