1. Mobius :: Behind The Scenes


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    A Vimeo Exclusive! Vincent Laforet invited Vimeo out to film the behind the scenes of his new short film, Mobius, filmed with the all-new Canon EOS C300 camera. Mobius, full film - http://vimeo.com/31525127 Read more about the new Canon EOS C300 here - http://bit.ly/u0m8gz Music: "Smash & Grab" by mGee http://mgee.blocsonic.com

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    • Making of "Bottle" (in 1 minute)


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      "Bottle" was written, directed, animated, edited, and sound-ed by Kirsten Lepore

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      • Gulp. The making of.


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        Here’s a film taking you behind the scenes on ‘Gulp’, Aardman’s world record breaking short film. It reveals what went in to making such a complex film outside and away from the controlled environment of a studio, and how it was shot using a Nokia N8.

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        • Kessler Timefest 2011 - BTS


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          For more information, please visit my blog at: http://www.tomguilmette.com/archives/2903 or check out the Kessler University website at http://www.kessleru.com/2011/08/kessler-timefest-2011-behind-the-scenes/ In July 2011, a dozen creative professionals met up in Mammoth Lakes California for the first annual Timefest. Some of the amazing shooters in attendance were Vincent Laforet, Carson Garner, John Carr, Ben Wiggins, Mike Flores, Drew Walker, Shawn Reeder, Dustin Kukuk, Nilo Merino Recalde, and Mike Goveia. The group worked alongside astro-timelapse master, Tom Lowe as he captured insane DSLR motion controlled shots for his upcoming film, TimeScapes. Kessler University sponsored the trip and I shot a BTS of the few days were were there. Big thanks to Eric Kessler for putting this trip together.

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          • Kon-Tiki Making of


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            In the summer 2011 ILP was awarded a massive sequence for the upcoming Norwegian feature film "Kon-Tiki" directed by Joachim Roenning and Espen Sandberg. The film is about the legendary explorer Thor Heyerdal's epic journey crossing the Pacific on a balsa wood raft in 1947. Our sequence takes place during a major emotional peak of the movie, as the crew struggles with internal conflicts while facing a critical situation involving white sharks. ILP delivered 58 shots in total, with plenty of hero shots and some extremely complex fully computer generated scenes. This is a VFX breakdown giving you a closer look at some of shots we made. Read more at http://www.ilpvfx.com

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            • 64 Days, a Making of - Part 4/5


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              An introduction to the film’s three crew members: Olan, Olivier, and Jef; who all flew out from Belgium to work on this small, indie production. My time on the road with them taught me so, so much… It was an experience I will never forget – and never really know how to properly put into words. View more #64Days at http://makingof.FTOMfilm.com Follow the film at http://FTOMfilm.com

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              • Behind the scenes - Cinematography - with Simeon Quarrie


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                www.wearevivida.co.uk/workshops/ Filmed some months ago, this video follows myself and members of the VIVIDA team as we create a SAME DAY EDIT. Doing this was truly terrifying. At one point I really wanted to curl up into the fetal position in the middle of the dance floor. We had to film and edit the video to played before the bride and grooms (Sundeep & Diana's) entrance.The day wasn't all smooth and easy sailing due to losing a lot of time because of the complications that come with Asian Weddings! Our day would feature a Hindu ceremony and a Church ceremony. We would need to film and edit simultaneously. This is hard, but even harder when we have 2 ceremonies and a change of location. Our team work with Canon DSLRs (Canon 5D MKIIs) and a number of supporting pieces of equipment. We used a Steadicam Pilot, a glidetrack, monopods and a Hero. For the Same Day Edit (SDE) we used Final Cut Pro 7. Though we would now use FCPX for speed. Transcoding added another unnecessary step to the workflow. FCPX is just great for skimming clips and using them right away. My heart was pumping so hard at some points, that I thought I was going to need to call on one of the many doctors present as guests. We survived! A special thanks as always to my full team. On this particular day the photography wasn’t done by myself but by another photography team not related to VIVIDA. Enjoy. As always, I welcome any questions posted here or sent directly. Kindest Simeon Quarrie
VIVIDA www.wearevivida.co.uk Twitter Follow @simeonquarrie A special thanks to Bhavik Haria for creating this Behind the Scenes video.

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                • Behind the scenes - (Projections in the Forest)


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                  The projection mapping "bioluminescent forest" is made by artists Friedrich van Schoor and Tarek Mawad. The artists spent six weeks in the forest fascinated by the silence and natural occurrences in nature, especially the phenomenon "bioluminescence". They personified the forest to accentuate the natural beauty by creating luring luminescent plants and glowing magical mushrooms that speaks volumes to any visitor that enters the minds of the artists through viewing "bioluminescent forest". More information on the project: www.bioluminescent-forest.com Friedrich van Schoor: www.vanscore.com Tarek Mawad: www.tarekmawad.com Many thanks to Achim Treu, Composer and Sounddesigner. private homepage: www.ufohawaii.com commercial homepage: www.treumedia.de

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                  • SOLIPSIST - Making Of


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                    Behind the Scenes of "Solipsist" Directed by Andrew Huang: http://www.andrewthomashuang.com Facebook facebook.com/AndrewThomasHuang facebook.com/Solipsistfilm Twitter - twitter.com/Andrew_T_Huang Tumblr - http://andrewthomashuang.tumblr.com/ Original Soundtrack: http://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/the-nautilus-diary/id514184687 Cast: Mary Elise Hayden, Marissa Merrill, & Dustin Edward Cinematography by Laura Merians Costumes by Lindsey Mortensen Production Design by Hugh Zeigler Makeup & Hair Design by Jennifer Cunningham Producers Laura Merians & Stephanie Marshall Executive Producer David Lyons Live Action & VFX Produced at Moo Studios in Hollywood, CA

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                    • Absolute - Behind the scenes


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                      ** Exclusive Absolute - The beginning first showing online ** http://www.vimeo.com/9985021 Exclusive Behind the scenes from the set of Absolute in London. http://www.londonmarkfilms.com/ in association with http://www.double-shot.co.uk/ This film includes rare footage and interviews. Including Director - Mark Dawson Producer - Matthew Patnick Director of Photography - Stephen Murphy http://www.stephen-murphy.com/ 1st Assitant Director - Marcus Catlin Londonmark films would like to thank Ed Thomas for capturing the atmosphere so well in this great behind the scenes film(Ed shot this on his Canon 5D MK2). We would also like to thank everyone involved in the production so far. Anyone who has not seen the trailer it's here on vimeo http://vimeo.com/5237187 And a behind the scenes on the music for Absolute can be found here http://vimeo.com/6019948 For more information http://www.londonmarkfilms.com/ http://twitter.com/Londonmarkfilms/ or contact the production team by email at: absolute@londonmarkfilms.com

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