1. Timescapes: "Death is the Road to Awe"


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    Purchase "TimeScapes" the movie here: timescapes.org/products/default.aspx Purchase the film on iTunes: itunes.apple.com/us/movie/timescapes/id523328712 Follow the production at: twitter.com/DreamCorePics and Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TimeScapes Thank you to our sponsors - Canon USA, Kessler, and camBLOCK. And to my intern Dustin Kukuk (http://twitter.com/drkanab) who helped me shoot all of this. :) Music by Clint Mansell, from The Fountain: http://bit.ly/ij8FIi Dancer is Tomas Isaac Hunt.

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      from Grant Slater / Added

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      somewhere between the mediterranean and the jordan. download the soundtrack from my blog: http://longtelegram.com/free-music footage and production - grant slater the band - yael birenbaum, itay shani, ori alboher and itamar cohen thanks - karoun demirjian, mich'ael zupraner, josef federman, maja hitij and george mallory http://grant-slater.com

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      • "The Western World" 2010 Spring Showreel / Canon EOS 1D Mark IV & 7D


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        "The Western World" is a series of clips that I shot over the past 3 months during my Spring internship. I had the awesome opportunity to assist Tom @ Timescapes with his debut non-narrative feature film "Southwest Light." I got to spend 3 months on the road with Tom, and I can say that it was one of the most amazing experiences of my life! I got to see so much in so little amount of time, and I feel like I owe Tom a lot for taking me under his wing and showing me the ropes. Thanks Tom! You are a huge inspiration to me and I loved every minute of the time spent out shooting with you! All shots are from various locations in California and Arizona. All still photos, no video. Shot on Canon EOS 1D Mark IV and 7D with Canon L series 14mm, 16-35mm, 24mm, 24-105mm, and 70-200mm lenses. Enjoy!

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        • Time Land


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          I am proud to present you with my timelapse short film. Best viewed fullscreen HD with scaling off. Hope you will enjoy scenes from my beautiful homeland - Israel. Clips are available for sale at: http://www.gettyimages.com/Search/Search.aspx?assettype=film&artist=Noam+Armonn Here is a list of the places photographed, in order of appearance: 00:10-00:22 the Dome of the Rock and the old city of Jerusalem 00:23-00:29 Hilazon Valley - Galilee 00:30-00:39 David Tower - Jerusalem 00:40-00:56 Nazareth with the Basilica of Annunciation - Galilee 00:57-01:07 Blooming Almond tree - Galilee 01:08-01:26 Haifa 01:27-01:42 Beit Netofa Valley - Galilee 01:43-02:02 Oil Refineries Haifa 02:02-02:13 Clouds over the Sakhnin Valley - Galilee 02:14-02:26 Hey Stacks - Galilee 02:27-02:35 Old city of Jaffa 02:36-02:45 Ayalon highway and The Azrieli Center - Tel Aviv 02:46-02:57 Wind beaten Oak tree - Galilee 02:58-03:32 Tel Aviv coast line in sunrise and sunset 03:32-03:40 Sand dune near Beit Yanai - Sharon 03:40-03:50 Sunset at Akhziv Beach - Galilee Music by: Dead Can Dance - The Writing on my Fathers Hand You are welcome to contact me at: noam.armonn@gmail.com

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          • Israel


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            Documentary film: "Discover the holy land" with Natanael Costea. Filmed and edited by Ionut Turda Production: IT Media Studio Note that all the footage was shot handheld, without a tripod or any means of stabilizing it. http://www.itmediastudio.ro/2010/05/israel/

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            • Jerusalem In 60 Seconds


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              Fasten your seat belts! This is a glimpse of one of the holiest cities on Earth, with thousands of years of world-shaping history un-boringly condensed into just 60 seconds. Welcome to Jerusalem. Try not to blink. For more from this series, visit: http://davidfreid.com/project/stories-from-the-holyland/ --- By request, for those who may have trouble following along, here is the text of the video's narration: Hi, hello, shalom, keef halak, and welcome to Jerusalem. I’ll be your guide for this one minute tour. But before we begin, I should mention that the inherent brevity implied by this video's title reduces a bunch of history into a few winded soundbites. [inhale] Those offended by abbreviated content should click back on their browser, stop by your preferred internet search engine, or just book a flight to Jerusalem. If you’re still watching, try not to blink, as these numerous holy edifices have been central to human culture for thousands of years and we’ll be seeing them for just 60 seconds. Since time basically began for at least three major monotheistic religions, this has has been one of the most important holy sites. For those into Judaism, this is the very old school location of the First and Second temple. The Temple Mount is widely considered the 3rd holiest site in Islam among Sunni Muslims. This Noble Sanctuary is the location of Muhammad’s journey to Jerusalem and ascent into heaven. The al-Aqsa Mosque was constructed on the site after the Muslim conquest of Jerusalem in 673. Before Mecca in Saudi Arabia became central to Muslim worship, this mosque was the direction of prayer. Just below the Temple Mount is the Western or “Wailing” Wall, the holiest site in Judaism. This is a remnant of the ancient wall that surrounded the Jewish Temple's courtyard. Visitors like to leave prayers on pieces of paper between the wall's ancient stones for the Divine Presence that rests there. Via Dolorosa, or Way of Sorrows, held to be the path that Jesus walked, carrying his cross, on the way to crucifixion. Which takes us to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre... This church has been a big deal Christian destination since at least the 4th century, and is the purported site of the resurrection of Jesus. It's important to note that the church is not one church, but rather a "warehouse" of churches for each denomination present. Finally, just across the way is the Mount of Olives - used as a Jewish cemetery for over 3,000 years. Jesus is said to have spent time on the mount, teaching and prophesying to his disciples, was there on the night of his betrayal, then again after his resurrection, and eventually ascended to heaven from this very hilltop. And there you have it, one very condensed history of an endlessly complex and beautiful place. For more audio/video overstimulation, feel free to click replay with your friends.

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                from Grant Slater / Added

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                somewhere between the mediterranean and the jordan. download the soundtrack on my blog: http://longtelegram.com footage and production - grant slater the band - yael birenbaum, itay shani, ori alboher and itamar cohen thanks - karoun demirjian, mich'ael zupraner, josef federman maja hitij, and george mallory http://grant-slater.com

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                • Official Trailer - Jerusalem: Filmed for IMAX® and Giant Screen Theaters


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                  Now playing in select giant screen theaters worldwide. Visit jerusalemthemovie.com for theater listings. Like us on Facebook at JerusalemTheMovie and follow us on twitter @Jerusalem_Movie Filmed for the first time in 3D and for the giant screen, JERUSALEM immerses audiences into one of the world's most beloved cities. Discover why this tiny piece of land is sacred to three major religions through the stories of Jewish, Christian and Muslim families who call Jerusalem home. Join renowned archaeologist, Dr. Jodi Magness, as she travels underground to solve some of this city’s greatest mysteries. Find out why, after thousands of years, Jerusalem and the Holy Land continue to stir the imagination of billions of people. Unprecedented access to the city's holiest sites, as well as rare and breathtaking aerial footage of the Old City and the Holy Land, combine to make JERUSALEM a unique and stunning cinematic experience.

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                  • Video Portrait | West Jerusalem


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                    This is a glimpse of West Jerusalem, and the duality of life there as I witnessed it during my brief stay. West Jerusalem is a sociopolitical term referring to the part of Jerusalem that is mainly Jewish in population - the other half, East Jerusalem, being comprised mostly by Palestinian Arabs. One of the core issues between these two groups is over the control of this city. For more from this series, visit: http://davidfreid.com/project/stories-from-the-holyland/

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                    • Jerusalem's Holy Sites in 60 Seconds


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                      This is a glimpse of one of the holiest cities on Earth, un-boringly presented in just 60 seconds. Before you begin, we should mention that the inherit brevity implied by this video’s concept reduces a whole lot of history into a few winded soundbites. Welcome to Jerusalem. Try not to blink. StoriesFrom is a new platform for collaborative storytelling currently being developed by The Tiziano Project with support from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation and Google. Stay tuned for the StoriesFrom launch this Summer 2012, and keep up with the latest at http://www.storiesfrom.us

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