1. Silent Transitions

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    Twitter: www.twitter.com/salomonligthelm Website: www.ligthelm.tv Blog: www.salomonligthelm.blogspot.com Email: salomon@ligthelm.tv Great color grading resource Color Grading Central, visit here: http://bit.ly/qbnJ8K For film grain check out: http://bit.ly/zpFHZN Silent Transitions is a personal project inspired by two verses from Scripture - 2 Samuel 22vs20 and Psalm 46vs10. Shot at 60 fps and slowed down to 1% using twixtor - not perfect as always but it works Shot with Canon 7D in Dubai Sigma 30mm f1.4 for the initial scenes and Tokina 11-16mm f2.8 for the jump sequences Audio designed in Pro Tools Thank you to Franzwa Roux for acting in this piece and Luke Atencio for the voice-over check www.ligthelm.tv or the blog @ www.salomonligthelm.blogspot.com - will give some more background info/context for this soon - interview about the piece at http://rendertimeblog.com/index/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=157:salomon-ligthelm-interview&catid=41:blog

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    • ANOMALY

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      Set against the space-race canvas of the 1960's, Anomaly is inspired by the traditional Christmas Nativity and explores, through a modern-day lens, the events of two-thousand years ago. It is a story about relationships that intertwine around an unprecedented astronomical event, as a couple navigate life's realities at a time of unfathomable significance. Filmed on location in NYC, Maine, Kansas, and Colorado, the film features Christian Cooke, Lexi Johnson, Andrew Sensenig, and Anthony Lopez. ANOMALY | Behind The Scenes - https://vimeo.com/116057902 GIZMODO | http://sploid.gizmodo.com/an-intriguing-retelling-of-the-birth-of-jesus-set-in-th-1675170837 License the original ANOMALY score exclusively on Music Bed: musicbed.com/artists/anamog/43234 Musicbed BTS Article | http://community.musicbed.com/articles/the-music-of-anomaly-a-conversation-with-salomon-ligthelm Fstoppers Article | https://fstoppers.com/bts/how-film-anomaly-changing-game-us-all-bts-and-interview-co-director-salomon-51974 Noam Kroll Interview | http://noamkroll.com/the-indie-film-anomaly-just-took-the-internet-by-storm-learn-how-the-filmmakers-pulled-it-off-with-my-interview-with-producer-jens-jacob/ Framestore VFX Article | http://www.framestore.com/news/making-anomaly| The Mill Interview | http://www.themillblog.com/2015/01/creating-anomaly-film-part-1-qa-with-co-director-dan-difelice/ Web | www.theanomalyfilm.com Facebook | www.facebook.com/theanomalyfilm Twitter | @anomalythemovie Hashtag | #ANOMALY

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      • JESUS2000

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        Réalisation / Rémi BASTIE / Jonathan DJOB NKONDO / Nicolas PEGON Animation / Rémi BASTIE / Jean Baptiste CUMONT / Clément DESNOS / Jonathan DJOB NKONDO / Nicolas PEGON Production / Wizz DESIGN

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        • That's My King!

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          Visuals set to the audio of the famous sermon "Seven Way King" as spoken by Dr. S.M. Lockridge. The audio is slightly edited for a better flow in the video. The music in the background was performed live by the GCC band while the video played on the screens. It then led directly into the worship song "Here is Our King" (To see the performance in it's entirety go here: http://www.gccwired.com/mediaplayer/playeropener.asp?id=478 ) Created entirely using After Effects with footage from the movie "The Passion of the Christ". The video took 30 hours to create plus around 6 hours of rendering. The final After Effects project file totaled well over 600 layers. By popular demand I have enabled downloading of this video. This is for personal, non-commercial use only. Please contact me before using for any other means. If you would like to download this video without the live band underneath, that version can be found here: http://vimeo.com/10485795

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          • LOVE WINS. - Available March 15th

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            A Book About Heaven, Hell, and the Fate of Every Person Who Ever Lived. Rob Bell addresses one of the most controversial issues of faith—the afterlife—arguing, would a loving God send people to eternal torment forever...? With searing insight, Bell puts hell on trial, and his message is decidedly hopeful—eternal life doesn’t start when we die; it starts right now. And ultimately, Love Wins. http://robbell.com/lovewins

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            • Prefunerale Luigi Virgillito

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              Following the latest trend born in the Italian Deep South called "pre-diciottesimo", Ground's Oranges is glad to introduce to you the first and only "prefunerale", a real pre-funeral-themed video having the aim to critically expose the trend of no-talent show off, born with the spread of internet sharing. Pre-diciottesimo is the new frontier of empty and useless autocelebration so, why don't celebrate ourselves before the last, big frivolous event of our life? Rites of passage are important steps in every culture: the most resounding ones in occidental traditions are the Sweet 16s and the Mexican quinceañera. In Italy, especially in the south side of it, "diciottesimo" (the 18th birthday party) means a lot. That's why, in the last few years, so-called photographers and videomakers started to offer the possibility to shoot videos as a "preparation" to the most important events of people's life, like birthdays and weddings. In the age of web 2.0, these sometimes embarrassing, quite often trash videos are used to introduce the protagonists as absolutely talentless and sexy stars. Production: Ground's Oranges https://www.facebook.com/groundsorange Director: Salvo Nicolosi DoP: Jacopo Saccà Starring: Luigi Virgillito Nun, priest and butler: Gaetano Audio editing and SFX: Riccardo Nicolosi Edit, Post, VFX: Salvo Nicolosi e Jacopo Saccà Runners: Riccardo Nicolosi e Francesco Ciaramella Song written and performed by Messer Chups (Bing Bang Bang Bong Kong) THANKS TO: Agenzia funebre di Virgillito Giovanni ed il suo gentilissimo Staff La Vie En Rose - piante, fiori ed oggettistica di Di Gregorio Angelo Il salone da barba di Franco La sala giochi di piazza indipendenza Luca Carbone, Giovanni Spampinato, Paolo Indelicato ########## INTERESTING PART ########## Budget: €32 Shooting days: 6 Footage: 28mins (122gb) 5D MkIII with ML RAW hack 1920x840@25p Lexar 32gb UDMA7 1000X Tokina 11-16 2.8, Canon 28 1.8, Canon 85 1.8, Canon 24-70 2.8

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              • Junkyard Jesús

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                USA 2010, 12 min, Drama, HD (Red One) Manny fences cars for small cash. When he brings his buddy Jesus in on the scam, their friendship takes a dangerous detour. With Mando Alvarado, Michael Ray Escamilla & Tom Gilroy Written by Sohrab Noshirvani Produced by Kristie Lutz Directed by Christoph Kuschnig Junkyard Jesús is an official Selection of the 2010 Aspen Shortsfest 2010 NY International Latino Film Festival 2010 Woodstock Film Festival 2011 New Hampshire Film Festival Join us on Facebook.com/junkyardtrilogy more at www.christophkuschnig.com/work/junkyard-jesus

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                • Unborn- Caitlin Jane Music Video

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                  • Arab / American Encounters

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                    About nine years ago I had the privilege of going to a Muslim nation for the first time. Before I went, I didn't know what to expect. I remember being very fearful because of my lack of knowledge and experience with Muslims and their culture. I grew up in a town that didn’t have any Muslims and the only exposure that I had received was from television. In my mind, Muslims were people who hated Americans and wanted to kill us because we weren’t Muslim. Looking back on it I laugh because of my naivety, but at that time these thoughts really scared me. I’m so glad that I was able to overcome my fears because once I was there my thinking drastically changed. I found that the Muslim people that I got to know were some of the most hospitable and kind people that I had ever met. I have been to many Muslims countries now and have developed friendships with many there. They have opened my eyes to the stereotypes that I had once bought into. This video is my effort to try and help people think about this issue. I think we as Americans can get worked up about a group of people that often we know little about. Here are some questions for you: How many of you are afraid of Muslims? How many of you have ever met a Muslim? How many of you have had a Muslim friend? I think we fear because we're scared of the unknown. Have we made an effort to understand? I would love to see Americans start dialoging with Muslims both here and abroad. My Muslim friends in the Middle East and North Africa made me promise that I would tell my American friends that they aren't terrorists. I hope you enjoy this video that I made. Please leave comments if you like. You could even use this comment section below to start talking to each other. (Please be nice and respectful) Tech Talk: This video was shot using a Canon 5d Mark II. I used all L series glass. We used a glide-cam 4000 pro for the moving shots. A zoom H4n hand recorder was used for audio and Plural Eyes was used in Final Cut Pro to sync the audio.

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                    • Tears of the Saints

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                      www.asialink.org www.historymakers.info www.facebook.com/historymakersmission twitter.com/missions2asia Preaching: John Piper 'I am sending you out as sheep among wolves', used with permission. Footage: Koyaanisqatsi, Powaqqatsi used by kind permission of the IRE. Ganges used by permission of the BBC. Thank you to NK friends for footage. Mongolia footage, www.andyharrison.com Music: Tears of the Saints by Leeland used by permission of Provident-Integrity. What A Friend I've Found by Delirious? used by permission of Furious? records. Tears of the Sun, Kopono courtesy of Varese Sarabande Records Inc. Statistics taken from Patrick Johnstone, the Future of the Global Church, Perspectives on the World Christian Movement, Fourth Edition.

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