This is a collaborative cinematography film by Tim Sessler and Cameron Michael, using the FREEFLY MIMIC. Shot over the course of 3 days on the RED Epic Dragon with a 50mm KOWA Prominar and stabilized with the MōVI M15. Check out our blog post to read more about our process and the Freefly Mimic: http://www.brooklynaerials.com/blog ________________________________________________________ Production: Brooklyn Aerials / http://brooklynaerials.com/ Cinematography and Edit: Cameron Michael / https://vimeo.com/cameronmichael and Tim Sessler / http://timsessler.com Music: Michael Marantz / http://michaelmarantz.com/ Assistant Camera: Drew English / http://drewenglish.com and Joe Victorine / http://joevictorine.com/ Behind The Scenes: Ryan Emanuel, Drew English ________________________________________________________ Special thanks goes out to NYC for being such an awesome and inspirational city and to all the people featured in this video! Also huge thanks to Already Alive, Michael Marantz, TCS Rentals, Zak Mulligan, Sean Donnelly, Michael Burke and Ryan Emanuel for supporting us with gear - without you guys this wouldn't have been possible.+ More details
With special thanks to Hannah Vasdekys and Nowness. Scott Carthy’s debut film ‘Litefeet’ documents the recently criminalised art of subway dancing. The footage is of one of NYC’s most prolific dance groups, the W.A.F.F.L.E crew, leading up to their last dance on the improvised stage of a subway car. Carthy combines art with documentary for this sensitive, eye-wateringly clean-lined piece. NY Police Commissioner, Bill Bratton implemented the law prohibiting performing on trains as an extension of the ‘Broken Windows theory’. The theory suggests that our environment can be a precursor to crime and violence if its upkeep is not carefully maintained. The NYPD argue that allowing ‘quality of life crimes’ such as open drug deals, graffiti art and prostitutes, sends out the message that more serious crimes are permissible. Carthy’s dancers have been slotted into this category now, becoming part of a clean up of the city which really began in the 90’s. However, the law does not acknowledge the significance of this subculture within the cultural heritage of NYC. Litefeet is a branch of street (dance) performance originating from the neighbourhoods of New York, Harlem and the Bronx. These iconic places once teemed with violence but what followed was unrivalled creativity which has been passed down through generations. The birth of Hip Hop, Break dancing and a myriad of other disciplines of dance are the fruit of the struggles people faced. Litefeet inherited a little from many of these styles, principally the Harlem Shake, Chicken Noodle Soup, Aunt Jackie and Tone Wop. Lily Bonesso - iD Yung Gutted - Lots of Cheese Czarquan - Hockey Hearted JJ Doom - Guv'nor (Badbadnotgood remix) Tall Black Guy - Love to the World Darkside - Paper Trails Waffle http://tinyurl.com/nnrwmv8+ More details
Music by myself. © 2013 www.facebook.com/paul.wex.films All imagery recorded from www.here.com. All movements handmade. Look pimped in FCP7. This is a personal project, there is no commercial use. Thanks to the friendly Nokia and Here.com staff for leaving me alive :) I stumbled upon this super awesome service a couple of months ago and I was really impressed. Unfortunately my graphic card (GT8800) was not powerful enough to realize my idea. I tested a lot of screen recorders, but all of them throttled the fps of the footages and the results were always too jerky at 720p...:( Meanwhile I had to upgrade my card (for another reason) (HD5770) and I tested it again - and it worked much better! :)+ More details
Classical sculptures that defy logic. Paper master Li Hongbo stretches your imagination with a twisted take on traditional sculpting. Producers // Todd Martin, Evan Metzold, Anderson Wright Associate Producers // Max Pava, Jake Rubin Cinematographer // Todd Martin Editor // Todd Martin In Collaboration with Klein Sun Gallery www.kleinsungallery.com email@example.com Composition by Aled Roberts www.aledrobertsmusic.com ****************************** © 2014 Todd Martin Films FS700 - 240fps - Cooke mini S4/i Primes+ More details
I shot this film in april 2006 during a 3 week stay in NYC. It was an incredible time, the city holds so many surprises. I shot it with a Canon 400D (ruining it, the shutter gave out :-) I´ve had lots of help with this project, enabling shots from the german embassy and even out of the 44th floor of the Crysler Building. It is the first of a series of city portraits , coming soon: Hong Kong, Shanghai and Istanbul so stay tuned.+ More details
A few months ago I was invited to make a video of New York City. We spent amazing time exploring the city, walking through those crowdy streets and parks, making thousands of pictures, trying to catch the energy of the city that never sleeps, just to pass it along to you later in a video project that we decided to call simply: #NYC. So sit back, turn your speakers on and enjoy this journey with us. Just fasten your seat belts first... Oh, by the way - don't forget to download and support HUGE app on the App Store :) Executive Producer | Toppic, Inc. | www.huge.tv Director & Editor | Piotr Wancerz | facebook.com/timelapsemediapl Model | Roza Puzynowska | https://www.facebook.com/roza.artist Soundtrack | "A new beginning" by PremiumProductionTracks+ More details
In order to show how vegetables are grown in New York, we reversed what the plants do: We harvest in spring what we filmed in fall. This is a non-commercial, independent project created by Petrina Engelke and Raul Mandru. Video: Petrina Engelke & Raul Mandru Music: "Mirleft" and "Half A Decade" from the Album "Fox Hill Lane" by Guy Buttery http://guybuttery.bandcamp.com www.guybuttery.co.za Gina and Scott Keatley Nourishing USA East Harlem www.nourishingusa.org Ben Flanner and Anastasia Plakias Brooklyn Grange Farm Queens www.brooklyngrangefarm.com Patrick Connolly Bobo Greenwich Village www.bobonyc.com Daniel Bowman Simon People’s Garden NYC City Hall, Manhattan www.peoplesgardennyc.org+ More details
Directed by Jessie Auritt RT: 11 minutes With CDs, VHSs and old cassette tapes stacked to the ceiling, Rainbow Music is a hoarder's paradise. However, its quirky owner, known as 'The Birdman', knows exactly where everything is. Amidst the Starbucks and Subways popping up on every corner of the East Village, Rainbow Music maintains its mom and pop feel, and is a hidden gem to its patrons. Due to the weak economy, online music sales and pirating, and the changing neighborhood, this charismatic curmudgeon is struggling to sell what he has in his store. Despite these challenges, The Birdman carries on to his own tune. WINNER: Grand Jury Award for Short Documentary 2013 Slamdance Film Festival WINNER: Best Documentary Short, 2012 Williamsburg Independent Film Festival WINNER: Neighborhood Award, 2013 Lower East Side Film Festival WINNER: Audience Favorite, 2013 Media Film Festival WINNER: Jury Award for Best Documentary Film, 2014 15 Short Film Festival OFFICIAL SELECTION: 2012 Doc NYC Film Festival OFFICIAL SELECTION: 2013 Independent Film Festival Boston OFFICIAL SELECTION: 2013 Arizona International Film Festival OFFICIAL SELECTION: Rooftop Films 2013 Summer Series OFFICIAL SELECTION: 2014 Disposable Film Festival facebook.com/TheBirdmanFilm www.jessieauritt.com+ More details
"Three years ago in Paris I got out of a "metro" train at La Concorde, and saw suddenly a beautiful face... I could not find any words that seemed to me worthy, or as lovely as that sudden emotion." - Ezra Pound This is the continuation of a series that explores that moment of uncertainty and magic that happens when you emerge from the depths of the subway system. See Sub City New York at http://vimeo.com/redglass/sub-city-nyc A film by Sarah Klein and Tom Mason Concept by Jennifer McClory Locations by Yoann Casals Music by Duke Ellington Finishing effects by tracevfx.com Special thanks to Anne Labro © Redglass Pictures 2011, redglasspictures.com+ More details
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