1. Ankle Eyes

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    from WCN 24/7 on VIMEO / Added

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    Artist Statement Ankle Eyes By: David Standish Wright Ankle Eyes is a digital short that involves both photography and film. In it, I experiment with point of view. My goal in this project was to toy with the idea of perspective in a very unique way. When I was still in the developmental stages of my concept, I was inspired by an ankle injury that I suffered during football this past September. During the final minutes of a game, I was taken to the ground in a large pile-up and my right ankle (the same one used in the filming of the video) was both broken and dislocated. The action happened so fast that it was impossible to tell how, exactly, enough torque was generated to cause that devastating of an injury. By using an odd perspective on the human body such as the ankle, I was able to capture routine, daily activities and convey them in an unusual light. Leading up to most of the different actions I tried to capture an interesting photograph. The aim of these pictures was to depict various textures from strange viewpoints of the actions to follow. When watching this video, I encourage you not to simply watch the actions take place, but to analyze the originality of the perspective.

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    • Ankle Eyes

      03:03

      from David Wright / Added

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      Artist Statement Ankle Eyes By: David Standish Wright Ankle Eyes is a digital short that involves both photography and film. In it, I experiment with point of view. My goal in this project was to toy with the idea of perspective in a very unique way. When I was still in the developmental stages of my concept, I was inspired by an ankle injury that I suffered during football this past September. During the final minutes of a game, I was taken to the ground in a large pile-up and my right ankle (the same one used in the filming of the video) was both broken and dislocated. The action happened so fast that it was impossible to tell how, exactly, enough torque was generated to cause that devastating of an injury. By using an odd perspective on the human body such as the ankle, I was able to capture routine, daily activities and convey them in an unusual light. Leading up to most of the different actions I tried to capture an interesting photograph. The aim of these pictures was to depict various textures from strange viewpoints of the actions to follow. When watching this video, I encourage you not to simply watch the actions take place, but to analyze the originality of the perspective.

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      • Night Train

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        from Matthew Gonzales / Added

        I quick video I made the other day during my train ride back from Brooklyn into Manhattan.

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        • Gewoon Amsterdam

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          from Fokkens Media / Added

          This is just a video of 2 guys having fun with a brand new camera, again to test the possibilities and learn to control the functionalities. Everything is filmed on a Canon 6D with a Tokina 11-16 2.8 lens. Editing is done in Premiere Pro with some simples titles made in After Effects and color correction with Mojo. Camera, Jelle-Harm Kooistra Editing, Jacob Fokkens

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          • @Bayshore Studio (Horses Ass)

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            from Sean Karlin / Added

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            "Your late" declares the director, as we are ushered onto the set. Get a full tour of Beyond Pix newest studio in San Francisco from the POV of an actor who is running a little behind. The entire staff of Beyond Pix pitched in to make this happen.

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            • Cowboys of the Sky Trailer-Vimeo HD

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              from Zoo City Productions / Added

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              What does it take to build skylines? Cowboys of the Sky is a documentary film chronicling the journey of legendary ironworker John Rukavina. The story originates in the 1950's in gritty South Chicago during a time when graphite would rain from the sky, and continues to present day a top the country's highest steel. By visiting the film's webpage www.cowboysofthesky.com you can learn more about the film and support the project. Check out the uniquely designed steel spine t-shirts.

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              • Bilgi University

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                from rastapan / Added

                Director-Metin Altıntaş D.o.P.-Bülent Özer Agency- Euro Rscg Production Comp.-P-Works Editing-Fırat Güler

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                • "Komsunuz Mehmet Yatak Odasindan Bildiriyor..." - Can Pap

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                  from Mert Icgoren / Added

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                  Online viral video for the book "Komsunuz Mehmet Yatak Odasindan Bildiriyor..." by Can Pap Special thanks to (in alphabetical order) : Oguzhan Basoglu, Yigitcan Canakci, Da Mario, Murat Dincler, Emir Gozusulu, Bersu Guvercin, Kamera Pera, Mojito, Nusret, Beste Onal, Didem Ozgen, Mehmet Ozkoseoglu, Ozgur Uckan Shot with : Canon 5D Mark III Lens : Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II Follow Focus : Edelkrone FocusONE PRO (just amazing !!!) http://www.edelkrone.com

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                  • Ars Magna

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                    from Team Juicebox Productions / Added

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                    Produced as a part of the 2008 International Documentary Challenge. The 7-minute film tood teh American Documentary | P.O.V. Short Film award at the Hot Docs Film Festival in Toronto Canada. The documentary aired on PBS as part of the POV program and was a smashing success for Team Juicebox and anagramists everywhere.

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                    • Where Are All the People?

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                      from Jonatan Lerche Senior / Added

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                      A man walks through the city in search of other people. As he experiences the city's emptiness his search becomes more and more desperate and a feeling of loneliness and gloomy desolation takes a hold of him -- and us -- while we follow him through the city space normally crowded with people. The title of this short movie spells out the question pervading this sinister story: Where are all the People? What do you think? Watch our little movie and tell us! Director Ole Jørgensen + Based on an idea by Jonatan Lerche Senior + Written by Jonatan Lerche Senior + Director of Photography Ole Jørgensen + Sound Director Jonatan Lerche Senior + Location Manager Ann-Marie Vogel + Editing Director Ditte Kim + Music Oyaarss + Courtesy of Ad Noiseam and Creative Space + Cover Art Søren Gissel + Producer Ann-Marie Vogel + Production Manager Ditte Kim + A DOJA Films Production A very special thanks to Mette & Elliot ... Thank you. Also, a special thanks to: Thu & Ditte + Allan Nielsen & Christian & IMV AV + Ellen Riis + Claus Pedersen & Bilka + Hugo Skov + Camilla Schmidt & Oest for Paradis + Oyaarss + Ad Noiseam + Creative Space + Bjørn (for noticing the two people on screen!) + Banedanmark *** SPOILER****** SPOILER****** SPOILER****** SPOILER****** SPOILER****** SPOILER****** SPOILER*** This short narrative experiments with the point of view and seeks to map the limits of its use. The theme of the film is a universal nightmare, and has been interpreted in several great motion pictures as different versions of the same anxiety: The end of man. What if I woke up one morning all alone in the world? What would the city look like with no people -- and where are all the people? Apocalyptic visions, prophecies of natural disasters, comets falling from the sky, eradication by aliens, nuclear war ... the fall of man and civilization as we know it -- all these stories are part of popular culture and what we tell ourselves and each other in an attempt to make our world meaningful, interesting, or whatever the need may be. But what does it look like when everyone's gone? This short film demonstrates one particular view on this theme filtered through an artistic approach and with the obvious limits of having a no-budget financing. Our goal was to show the city completely depopulated through the eyes of a anonymous beholder, leaving no human left to act/interact on screen, but also permitting the viewer to "insert self here" -- to experience the narrative through a subjective point of view. The answer to the qestion asked in the title lies in the viewers' own interpretations. Where Are All the People? Well, what do you think?

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