--->Kickstart us for a new Everything is a Remix: http://kck.st/1OQuzlR --->Become my Patron for more free videos: www.patreon.com/kirbyferguson --->Check out my acclaimed new series: https://vimeo.com/ondemand/tinact For the first time, the whole series as a single video in HD. Written and Remixed by Kirby Ferguson In the five years since the series launched, Everything is a Remix has been viewed over two million times and produced a popular TED Talk. Amazingly, Remix continues to change the way people think about creativity, originality, and copyright. To celebrate the five year anniversary, I've polished up the original four parts and merged them into a single video. For the first time now, the whole series is available as a single video with proper transitions all the way through, unified styling, and remixed and remastered audio. Part One has been entirely rebuilt in HD. Full sources available at www.everythingisaremix.info Join my email list to get occasional notifications about new work: http://eepurl.com/bsl0Dn Twitter: https://twitter.com/remixeverything Facebook: www.facebook.com/everythingisaremix+ More details
www.asworldsdivide.com www.sukumentawai.org www.facebook.com/asworldsdivide www.instagram.com/asworldsdivide While on a surf expedition to the tropical islands of Mentawai in Indonesia, filmmaker Rob Henry finds himself immersed between two starkly different local communities – an impoverished government-run settlement and a tribal people living traditionally and abundantly in the jungle. Filmed over the course of six years, As Worlds Divide takes us on an intimate journey inside these two contrasting ways of life, enabling a personal insight into the issue of indigenous displacement as well as demonstrating the importance this ancient cultural wisdom has in protecting the health and well-being of all Mentawai people. Edit by Sara Edwards Music by David Kahne Colour grade by Sonia Heideman Thumbnail photo by Tariq Zaidi+ More details
(Please join our Bali Channel: www.vimeo.com/bali ) One of the remarkable ceremonies in a Hindu Balinese life is tooth filing. When girls get their first menstruation and boys voice changes, they let their teeth file. It is called 'Matatah' in common Balinese. It is believed that pointed teeth are related to animal characters, witches, or bad evils. So, in order to be fully human, the teeth should be filed. Tooth filing is also done to reduce six evil spirits within a human being, called 'Sad Ripu’. 'Sad' means six and 'Ripu' means 'enemy'. They are Kama (desire), Loba (greed). Kroda (anger), Mada (intoxication), Moha (confusion) and Matsarya (jealousy). After filing, a father's duties to his female children are generally regarded as complete. This mini-doc shows this ceremony from a smaller family in the mountains between Candidasa and BugBug. To save high costs for an extra ceremony (priest, dentist (!), food, drinks, pigs, tuak, rice, coconut fruits, etc) these happenings also sometimes take place during a wedding or like in this case with another very remarkable ceremony of baptizing a little baby. Balinese children are not allowed to stand on their feet for 210 days. I will show in Part 3. All shots from one camera Sony FX1000. Camera and Editing Jan van der Meer+ More details
An Giang is one of the province in the western part of the Mekong Delta in Viet Nam. P R O D U C E R Tam Bui - Tung Phan - Nhi Dang S H O O T Danh Tran - Nhi Dang - Tam Bui - Tung Phan E D I T Nhi Dang M U S I C / S O U N D " Kings" by Ryan Taubert // Camera: Canon 5D Mark II, Nikon D7000, Gopro Hero 3 // Lenses: 100mm 2.8 macro, 70 -200mm 2.8, 18 -200mm , 50mm 1.4 // Editing: After Effect CS6 // Color correction: Magic Bullet & Color Finesse 3 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • See more travel clip here Indonesia : https://vimeo.com/93094247 Myanmar : https://vimeo.com/81352190 https://www.facebook.com/nhocviet8x https://www.facebook.com/tung.phan.750 https://www.facebook.com/buithanhtam https://www.facebook.com/Zantoro+ More details
Mayan kings were known as jaguars. A brief exploration of mayan culture, ruins, language and its descendants are presented. Most photography shot in Guatemala. Contains excerpts of a poem by Popol Vuh. ~~ For more info see my blog :: http://wp.me/sBIIx-494 ~~ Music: Deep Rising by Solaris :: http://www.jamendo.com/en/track/476520 Photography all @ www.Flickr.com : ~ Tambako the Jaguar ~ Dennis Jarvis-Archer10; ~ Chris Dumbar-Chris Bottles; ~ Pedro Szekely-Szeke (HDR); ~ Leo Bar Animation, Effects and Montage: Leo Bar+ More details
6 french skateboarders discover Indonesia around Jakarta and Bali. this documentary was made around the indonesian culture and the place we went, according to skateboarding. Element audiovisual awards - best full length film. http://www.elementskateboards.com/audiovisual/awards/ the skateboard film festival - Best International film: http://theskateboardfilmfestival.com/2009/08/29/indonesiam-winner-best-international/+ More details
Description: After the huge attention and feedback I received for the video 'The Street Aesthetic of New York', I decided to continue the series and create a new video based on the very cultural and urban city Berlin. The Street Aesthetic of Berlin is the second video in the series, capturing the culture and everyday life of native Berliners. In this short-film I also tried to capture the special urban vibe Berlin have and visualize the aesthetic of Berlin's street corners, parks, buildings and structure. Title: The Street Aesthetic of Berlin Filmed and Edited by: Christian Andersen Shot with: Canon EOS 550D Music: Aphex Twins - Avril 14th Note: This video was only made for non-commercial reasons and to train my editing skills.+ More details
WATCH THIS TOO! http://www.vimeo.com/5690714 Jake bombs a big hill at around 40mph then his foot slipped out of the powergrip and he had to stop by putting his foot on the tire, check out the smoke that comes off! In the process he burnt off some of his leg hair. There has been debate over his actual speed. We have gone out and re-tested this. The maximum speed (cadence) of his current ratio (according to several gear ratio calculators) is 39.7mph. His ratio is 48-19. Apparently at that speed your feet physically can not pedal any faster. I don't personally know much about gear ratios and their terminal velocity or cadence but I'm researching it more right now.+ More details
Prom nears and things seem to be spiralling out of control for the typically composed ISATU. In this coming of age story,West African tradition conflicts with American idealism and Isatu is forced to reassess her alliances. Writer/Director: Nikyatu Jusu Director of Photography: Daniel Patterson Exec Producer: Artesia Balthrop Twitter: @Nikyatu tumblr: myfirstfeaturefilm.tumblr.com+ More details
(Please join our Bali Channel www.vimeo.com/bali) Bali the island of thousands motorcycles and motorbikes. Every house on Bali has its own temple, but also one or more motorbikes/motorcycles. Parking places are packed with them. Officially everyone has to wear a helmet and just two sitting normal on a bike. But for Balinese these rules don’t seem to count. So many accidents happen with bad injuries and even deadly results. Specially for foreigners not used to left driving its very dangerous too. May be most Balinese families have just two children because of transportation reasons plus all extra luggage such as: bags of cements, drinks, big bushel of grass, pigs, fish, doormats, small restaurant, long bamboo pole, etc. But above all it becomes also a part of identity for its rider. Many Balinese have all the same first name and no family name. So Ketut is the one who drives a red Honda! This is another mini documentary by: Photographer/ Videographer/ Editor Jan van der Meer founder www.Global-DVC.org (Loved and survived two month Bali on a beauty rented Honda!) Camera 1: Sanyo Xacti HD1010 for still photography and video in 1280x720 30fps Camera 2: Sony FX1000 with special smooth slow recordings Editing: in HD 1280x720 on Sony Vegas 9 Music: Composition Spirit of Hope by Herman Steyn+ More details
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