1. remember


    from Eliot Rausch Added 115K 2,582 133

    Director / Editor / Eliot Rausch Producer / Preston Lee Executive Producer / Phyllis Koenig + Mark Schwartz Young Boy / Jonathan Woolsey Young Girl /  Caitland Woolsey Cinematography / Chayse Irvin 1st AC / Jake Bianco Steadicam / Brandon Whiteside Line Producer / Adam Litt Location Scout / Jeff McSpadden Composer / Adam Taylor An Über Content Production Special Thanks Jim Roudebush @ Panavision Richard Pilla & Tony Blue @ Paskal Lighting Funk Brothers Help end Alzheimer's @ www.alz.org

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    • [Falling Lessons: Erasure One] - A Short Film by Anh Vu about Alzheimers


      from Ed David Added 63.2K 1,908 67

      Falling Lessons: Erasure One - A Short Film Direct by Anh Vu about Alzheimers Disease. Based on the Poem by Beth Copeland about her experience with the onset of her dad’s Alzheimers Disease. To learn more about Alzheimers go here please - http://www.alzfdn.org/ To read an interview with Beth Copeland please go here - http://www.writersdigest.com/whats-new/beth-copeland-poet-interview TRT: 2 min We used only three Ultra primes lenses, 16, 40, and 85mm - and a Red One MX camera - used hollywoodblack magic 1/4 and 1/8 for filtration and minimal lighting - mostly a joker 800 bounced and just a 1x1 lite panel. We had a really beautiful house to shoot in. Added film grain in post - gorilla grain - just to take some of the digital edge off. Why not shoot on the Sony F35? Because we wanted to shoot up to 100 FPS. And why not the Alexa or Amira? - Because, wait maybe I could have scrounged one up from someone - oh well - we still got out of the old red one mx some really nice stuff and I don’t think people will be commenting that in the comment section - but maybe they will - so let’s see! Anyway in my testing perhaps the only camera would have made more of a difference for this would have been to shoot on film (but cost prohibitive for something of this scale), or maybe we should have shot f35 and just red one for the overcranked 100 FPS stuff but there would have been a possibility that the look would have not synced perfectly. Anyway! Anh was a really amazing director to work with - and the whole production was really great. Anh has a special certain sensitivity to actor’s performances that was refreshing and also has a really great visual eye and knack for visual design. I was honored to work on this film. For the coloring I used a visioncolor 500Tungsten cineon lut from reddragoncolor2 and redlogfilm to convert to Cineon and from there applied a kodak film print - I think 6000k don't remember the name of the film stock. I did a lot of secondary color correction to bring up faces and added gorilla grain and defocused the edges because I just watched Trois Colors: Blue and it has this look. That film looks so amazing - but anyway inspired by that. The challenge with the red footage is how it works in tungsten lighting - skintones in this vs more daylight environments - also just how it handles saturation in general. I'm less technical about this than I wish, but playing with log level correction was able to fix up some skintones. Overall though the red one mx has a very robust image and a grain pattern I like naturally and I like how it does it slow motion. Directed by Anh Vu - http://www.anh-vu.com/ Daughter - Meagan Lee Farrell - http://www.MeaganLeeFarrell.com Father - Jeff Hackenberger Producer - Nick Read Director of Photography - Ed David http://www.kittyguerrilla.com Editor - Jesse Coane - http://www.jessecoane.com/ Assistant Camera - John Larson Gaffer - zeynep Catal Production company - Psyop Production coordinator - Faith Flynn Assistant Producer/Jack of All Trades - Matt Creeden Casting Director - Kristen Paladino Colorist - Ed David

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      • quicksand


        from Lance Oppenheim Added 88.6K 1,116 102

        An elderly gentleman attempts to retrieve forgotten memories while battling the progression and regression of the cycles of life. — A week prior to his passing, my grandfather shared with me his former aspirations of becoming a filmmaker. After numerous hardships, a narrow escape from the Nazis and an immigration to the US, the dream slowly, but surely, faded away. After his passing, I uncovered an archival trove of dust-covered 8mm film that had seemingly not been viewed by anyone for at least a generation. Mesmerized, what unfolded before me was something most people, myself included, have never witnessed before: the development and utter decline of the human body and mind. Motivated by my grandfather's unfulfilled dreams of filmmaking, I decided to piece together a film that he had already unwittingly made. quicksand is not only a personal tribute to my grandfather or father, but to anyone that has ever experienced loss. Whether it be a loss of a loved one, or a loss of memories, quicksand embodies the enigma of life and death. — "It’s truly an inspiring piece of work, effortlessly illustrating the very stuff that makes us human in the first place—our connections to those whom we love." - Ivan Kander (of Short of the Week); http://bit.ly/17VXfm9 official site: http://imdb.to/1Mp6gYY — Exhibited at the Smithsonian Institute in Washington DC Nationally Televised: Distributed via PBS stations nationwide Winner: "Special Jury Prize" - Las Vegas Film Festival Winner: “Finalist & Scholarship Recipient” – Heartland Film Festival Winner: "Finalist" - YoungArts Cinematic Competition Winner: "Best Student Film" - Fort Lauderdale Int'l Film Festival Winner: "Award of Excellence" - Best Shorts Competition Official Selection: Seattle International Film Festival Official Selection: Woodstock Film Festival Official Selection: DOC NYC Festival Official Selection: National Film Festival ~ Talented Youth (NFFTY) Official Selection: Sidewalk Film Festival Official Selection: Fresh Takes Nat'l Youth Film Festival Official Selection: Great Lakes Int'l Film Festival Official Selection: Yonkers Film Festival Official Selection: Indie Fest USA Int’l Festival Official Selection: Los Angeles Indie Film Festival Official Selection: San Pedro Int'l Film Festival Official Selection: Lovvet Film Festival Official Selection: Short of the Week Honorable Mention: Los Angeles Movie Awards — Director/Cinematographer/Editor: Lance Oppenheim Producer: The Opp-Guide Featuring: Roy Oppenheim & Walter Oppenheim Music: Jóhann Jóhannsson, Sigur Rós & Maxence Cyrin Post-Production Design: J.D. Aronson & Melissa Oppenheim Special Thanks: The Oppenheim & Pilelsky Families, and GenerationOn Released: 2/27/13 Shot on the Canon T3i

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        • Where Do Lilacs Come From


          from Matthew Thorne Added 26.3K 307 15

          'Where Do Lilacs Come From' is a short film told through the eyes of an Alzheimer's sufferer as he desperately tries to put together the pieces of his past. Young Director Award (Cannes Lions Festival) - Winner Best Under $10,000 (One Screen / The One Show) - Winner Under the Radar Award (St Kilda Film Festival) - Winner Featured Short (Short Of The Week) Featured Short (Film Shortage) Writer & Director: Matthew Thorne Producer: Tim Ward Production Designer: Danielle Pearce Director of Photography: Tennyson Tostee Editor: Dylan Duclos VFX & SFX Artist: Tormod Noreng hello@ultfilm.com.au www.ultfilm.com.au www.facebook.com/ultfilm www.instagram.com/ultfilm www.facebook.com/WhereDoLilacsComeFrom

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          • Viktor Simco RiFF RaFF BOARDiN'


            from Rome Snowboards Added 12.7K 57 0

            Viktor Simco started Ollies for Alzheimers for his grandfather Bernard Isaacs because he wanted to do something that would help bring snowboarders and their families who have been affected with Alzheimer's together, as well as people who just want to come out and show some love for the cause. Check out some of Vik's footage from the season, get hyped for the event, and go Hamilton in the Club with RiFF RaFF! For more info: http://www.romesnowboards.com/sds-updates/2013/11/viktor-simcos-ollies-for-alzheimers Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/531399640283103

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            • No More - A Visual Experience of Alzheimer's


              from Norhan Kamal Added 2,056 46 7

              A short film depicting the experience of living with Alzheimer's disease beyond the well-known label of memory loss. In a minimalistic way, this short film expresses the deterioration of identity, perception, and awareness of reality in ways that let the viewer feel what it is really like to have Alzheimer's. Approximately 4000 frames drawn by hand.

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              • Undone Trailer


                from Hayley Morris Added 2,566 38 10

                Undone is a six minute stop-motion short revolving around an old man who fishes in the tempestuous sea beneath him, and struggles to keep the objects he recovers from slipping through his hands. I created the short as a visual metaphor for the progression of Alzheimer's. Grand Jury Award Winner for Best Animated Short at the Slamdance Film Festival 2009.

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                • NOT TO BE TAKEN IN PAWN


                  from Matt Saunders Added 766 29 14

                  My grandma recently suffered from Alzheimer's this is my tribute to the things she told me. The bash of visuals reflects both my recollection of memories and her Alzheimer's.

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                  • Stay: The Wedding of Danny and Jess


                    from Lightfield Lewis Added 7,767 27 5

                    Directed, shot & edited by Lightfield Lewis http://lightfieldvideo.tumblr.com/

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                    • CECAD Imagefilm


                      from 3M2 Filmproduktion Added 1,600 24 1

                      Corporate Video for CECAD - The Cologne Cluster of Excellence in Cellular Stress Responses in Aging-associated Diseases • Directed and produced by Erim Giresunlu | 3M2 Filmproduktion

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