1. Postcard from Bali

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    from Stephan Kot / Added

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    .: Postcard from Bali Shot, edited and graded by Stephan Kot :: Camera : Canon 5D Mk II :: Lenses : Canon 50mm 1.4 - Canon 100mm 2.0 :: Indislider Mini :: Editing/Grading : After Effects - Magic Bullet Looks :: Music : Helios - Bless This Morning Year

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    • Wonder Object

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      Artist Gary Schott utilizes his skills as a Metalsmith to create playful and beautiful mechanized objects. This documentary was produced in association with Southwest School of Art. Learn more about their BFA program at http://www.swschool.org. Learn more about the artist at http://www.GarySchott.com. Learn more about the Filmmakers http://www.WalleyFilms.com. Music by Chris Zabriskie http://www.ChrisZabriskie.com.

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      • Las Calles de Borges

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        from Ian Ruschel / Added

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        www.ianruschel.com http://www.facebook.com/pages/Ian-Ruschel/151157891612280 https://vimeo.com/66439485 (With an alternative song composed by Ila Cantor) "Poets, like the blind, can see in the dark." Jorge Luis Borges A little homage to the Argentinian poet Jorge Luis Borges, one of the greatest writers of all time. This video was shot in the winter of 2010 in Buenos Aires and Capilla del Señor, Argentina. Directed and shot by me with a Canon 5d. I edited and color graded it in Final Cut Pro using Twixtor, Knoll Light Factory and Magic Bullet. Alcidez Zonco as Borges Track: Gustavo Santaolalla - De Usuahia a la Quiaca - The Motorcycle Diaries Soundtrack Special thanks to the Zeppelin Films crew (for all the support and encouragement) , Raúl Outeda (for all the tips and insights of Borges life), Gabriela Mo and Max Laux (for helping me out with the editing and some post production issues). Lenses Used: Canon 50mm 1.4 Lensbaby 50mm 2.0 Canon Macro 100mm 2.8 Sigma 10-20mm 3.5

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        • The Camera (short film / original score)

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          In an abandoned beach house, a solitary girl finds a mysterious camera that reveals something unexpected. ------------------------ "Perfect in its simplicity, beautiful and haunting in its visuals, The Camera is a reminder that a great film is in everyone’s grasp, as long as he/she has the creative capacity and appropriate willpower to drop pretension, and quite simply, make something." —Short of the Week "From its delicate shot composition to an emotionally stirring score, Peter Lewis‘s The Camera is a crash course in great filmmaking." —Film School Rejects Short Film of the Day "A compelling example of what’s possible when perseverance and resourcefulness meet." —DirectorsNotes.com "Awesome ... 'The Camera' proves that beautiful movies can be made simply and makes you want to get out and make your own!" —Mitch Aunger, planet5D "Haunting" —FStoppers.com ------------------------ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TheCameraShortFilm Behance: http://bit.ly/Yhsthe Follow me on twitter: @thispeterlewis Listen to the original score here: https://soundcloud.com/peterlewismusic/the-camera-original-score-1 Aside from a few unfinished running-around-in-the-woods-with-guns experiments from my early teens, this is my first film. I made it because I love all the different aspects of filmmaking, because I was tired of my fear of failure, and because I wanted to see what would happen if I just finished one. Maybe this will lead to bigger and better films; maybe not. Either way I learned something. The story was largely born from its constraints. It had to be doable in my free time, and I had to be able to shoot it during my vacation in Nags Head, NC—with a budget of only $50, to cover the props (I'd previously owned the Canon T2i, lenses, and Logic Pro, and used the free 30-day trial of FCPX). I wanted it to be a simple story with a mysterious twist or two. I got lots of advice from fellow filmmakers—Andrew, Mitchell, Kyle, Brian, Shepherd, Drew, David, and others. If you like the film, thank you Andrew, Mitchell, Kyle, Brian, Shepherd, Drew, and David. If you thought it was rubbish, they only tried to make it better than it was. And thanks again to Abbie and Gabe, without whose talents I couldn't have made it. Some have asked about Emily; the film wasn't written about her (she passed away while it was in post-production), but she was a dear friend of my family and many others, and it was an honor to dedicate it to her memory. Many of you know far more about filmmaking than I do, so please feel free to offer any critique. The Lights Film School blog interviewed me about the making of the film and overcoming fear of failure: http://www.lightsfilmschool.com/blog/short-film-canon-t2i-low-budget/1780/ FILM FESTIVALS - HollyShorts - DC Shorts - Beloit International Film Festival - Fire Reel Film Festival - Blue Lab Creative Industries Symposium - Juggernaut Film Festival - Shortcutz International Short Film Exhibition - Rochester Museum of Fine Arts Short Film Series - Filmbooth International Short Film Screening (Gurgaon, India) - Surrey International Film Festival - Winner, Best of Fest, Fandana Film Festival - Festival du Film de Vacances - Low Country Indie Shorts - Choice Cuts (London) - Write.Shoot.Cut - MudasFest - Shortlisted for the Forster Film Festival - ClujShorts International Short Film Festival - Love Fest FEATURED - PBS Digital Studios Top 5 No Budget Short Films - Short of the Week - planet5D - Digital Convergence podcast (http://tinyurl.com/l3a5jxml) - PetaPixel - Impossible Project - FSTOPPERS - Film School Rejects - Directors Notes - Making the Movie - Charlotte Viewpoint - The Veda House - Movie Playoffs Favorite Shorts - New American Storytellers Screening Room - WriteShootCut - Independent Filmmakers Channel - 01SHORTFILM Channel - 200+ additional blogs Also used in Basic Cinematography and Reflexive Film classes at universities including Syracuse. ------------------------ Director / DP / Editor / Composer / Colorist / Sound Designer / Foley: PETER LEWIS Girl: ABBIE LEWIS Boy: GABE LEWIS ------------------------ Camera: Canon Rebel EOS 550D T2i Lenses: Canon 50mm 1.4, Tamron 28-200mm Editing / Color Grading: Final Cut Pro X Sound Design / Foley / Original Score: Logic Pro 9 Polaroid film: The Impossible Project

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          • Game Over

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            from Gioacchino Petronicce / Added

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            Finalist at the Young Director Award in Video Art. For more pleasure, if you don't have good speakers, use Headphones! http://www.gioacchinopetronicce.com/ This is an Independent short film made for Pix' n Love Editions. I thought this movie as a visual and sound experiment guided by the rhythm which imposes the sound to the pictures. Everything goes always faster quite as we change television channels. The challenge was to create the rhythm with static shot. We don't have to forget what we liked in past. I hope you like it... Sounds recorded with a zoom H4N, and fostex Fr2-le and 2 x shoeps. Shot on 7D. Many thanks to : Pix'n Love, Marin Queyraud, Emilie Bonin, Gilles Marc, Antoine Domanec, Nicolas Gruber, Lucile Lhermitte, Julie Arabeyre, Gilles Larroze, Leo et Ja Gualino, Olivier Obame, Guy La tannerie, Lucie, Bernard, Elsa Masseron... Directed by Gioacchino Petronicce. HD, STEREO, 1:34 2012

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            • Sage.

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              First attempt here of a "photography short" with the beautiful Sage....very basic set-up shot hand held in my apartment on canon 5D mkii with 50mm 1.4 lens, used MBL in first section and left second look straight from camera without any editing, wanted a dreamy look so kept focus soft and just added in minimal film cutters for effect... music : dubstep (DJ Fresh Gold dust remix) edited in premiere pro cs5 whole process shooting to this finished 1st edit only took 3-4 hours....will probably try a few more edits .... watch in HD if possible and let me know what you think.....

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              • Save The Date

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                from Günther Gheeraert / Added

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                Save The Date Grading : After Effects Camera : Canon 5D Mk II Lens : Canon 50mm 1.4 Assistant : Caroline Montet Pilot: Guillaume Avarguez Models : François and Cristelle

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                • MACROS/ INK world _v01

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                  from Antoine Delach. / Added

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                  More ink work CHEMICAL BOUILLON : http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCx6IrJIvDl1LKw_yIhzHT0Q Vidéo expérimentale sur differents mélanges de liquides filmés en macro. musique : Blockhead -serenade www.antoinedelach.com

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                  • Sacrifice: A Slaughterhouse Documentary

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                    from Lucas Smith / Added

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                    A short documentary film detailing the process of halal live animal slaughter. An exploration of man-made transformation. Completed for SVA's Social Documentary Film MFA program. Explicit content, viewer discretion advised. Produced, lensed and edited by Lucas P. Smith January 2013: "Sacrifice" is now updated to full HD and improved audio.

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                    • Lazy Morning

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                      Petite session avec Alison // Camera : Canon 5d MarkII // Lenses : Canon 50mm f:1.4; Sigma 12-24mm f:4 // Model : Alison Cossenet // Music : "Nude" - Radiohead Album : "In Rainbow" - http://www.radiohead.com

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