1. Tango Milagroso


    from PIX IN MOTION by Leo Bar / Added

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    For more info check my blog ==> http://wp.me/pBIIx-27 === Music: Mandragora Tango - El Recodo (under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License) http://www.mandragoratango.com DO NOT USE FOR COMMERCIAL PURPOSES. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

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    • COUPLES - A Short Film using the Panasonic AF100


      from C. K. / Added

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      My wife let me play with her Marionettes tonight, so I did a little short with my new AF100. This H.264 compression looks terrible compared to the original file. Oh well. Panasonic AF100 ISO 640 Test Zuiko 50-200mm Zuiko 12-60mm (Last two shots only) No CC/Grading SCENE FILE 6 60/24p Detail -6 V Detail -6 Coring +2 Chroma -2 M. Ped -3 Gamma Cine-like V Matrix NORM2 Music Sonicfire PRO - Tango 1 V C

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      • Con el Cielo en los Manos, Anne Ekholm Kirk bandoneon solo


        from Troels Kirk / Added

        My wife Anne playing Astor Piazzolla's "Con el Cielo en los Manos" on her bandoneon. Bandoneon is an ancient predecessor to the accordeon, and the heart and soul of the Argentinian tango music. Shot on two unhacked Lumix GH2's and edited in Sony Vegas. Sound mix from A-cam plus Tascam DR-05 recorder.

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        • DJ Shadow - listen (feat. Terry Reid)


          from Franck Trebillac / Added

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          Directed by Franck Trebillac Production company: Soup Factory Executive producer: Andy Soup Producer: Dulcie Kellett Production manager: Jade Bogue Director's rep: Ali McNally DOP: Marc Broussely Camera operators: Marc Broussely, Ben Marshall, Steve Santa Cruz, Tim Craig Editor & post prod: Franck Trebillac Dancers & choreography: Jenney Surelia, Cristian Petitto Make-up artist: Jacqui McElroy Stylist: Violetta Thalia Commissioner: Chris Scott Record label: Island Records www.francktrebillac.com

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          • Let's Tango Trailer #1


            from Bert Shapiro / Added

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            “Let’s Tango” is a fun and inviting look at this often-mysterious dance that’s enjoying a worldwide renaissance. Enter the world of tango, with its welcoming community, irresistible music, closeness and joy that bring everyone together. -------------------------------------------------- Lou M. "Music, feeling, sensuousness, wow! I just took my first lesson." -------------------------------------------------- Sue S. After Seeing this film, run right out and sign up for a lesson." -------------------------------------------------- Nick L., professional dancer "I was engaged, entertained and inspired." -------------------------------------------------- David H. "This film makes me want to have an affair with tango." -------------------------------------------------- René B. (https://vimeo.com/renebijloo) "Un film precioso. Llévame con suavidad a paso de Tango por los derroteros de la vida, que quiero un poco de aventura, un poco de amor y algo de pasión. El Tango no es un baile sin más, es una forma de vivir la vida y de amar, de fusionarse y estar en armonía fluida e intensa. Espero que gracias a este documental de Bert Shapiro el Tango reviva en los corazones de las generaciones futuras para que las parejas conecten física y espiritualmente gracias a este baile sin igual." ~ A rough translation: "A precious film. Elegantly took me through the Tango by various paths of life, those who want a little adventure, a little love and something of passion. Tango isn't just a dance, it's a way of life and love, to fuse and be in fluid and intense harmony. I hope that through Bert Shapiro's documentary the Tango will be revived in the hearts of future generations, where couples connect physically and spiritually thanks to the dance without an equal." -------------------------------------------------- Wayne M. (https://vimeo.com/user1556617) "From a person whose experience of Tango has been limited to the movies, with beautiful Latin people and exotic visuals, I now see Tango as I've never imagined it. Your film is a glimpse into something wonderful and mysterious and the magic of Tango is ever so evident in the faces of ordinary people who simply love Tango. While your film speaks clearly of sensuality and "the connection," and you give us a fascinating peek at basic steps and structure... I don't feel teaching or demystifying Tango was your intent. For me, Tango is still a mystery that seems only understood by those who master it, but your wonderful film has touched me and I feel a not so subtle, but intimate invitation to give it a try." -------------------------------------------------- Rick T. "I just finished re-watching your film "Let's Tango". And I too wish I could be there for your Tango event in Sherman Oaks. Kudos to you. I believe your film has the potential to be life-changing for me. As I re-watched it this morning tears of joy and sadness welled up in my heart and eyes. As a very shy teenager I believe that if I had tango lessons, I might have overcome my shyness at a much earlier age. Now, as I approach seventy, I realize learning to dance the tango, will add something heartwarming and unquantifiable and deliciously mysterious to my life and may even help me overcome my perfectionist tendencies and spur me on to pursue my dreams of being a creative writer and a more creative person in general. Bert, it was a pleasure to meet you and watch your videos. "Noodle Man" continues to remain with me. What you captured in that film is wonderful and eloquently depicts one aspect of what it means to be human."

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            • Rock 'N' Roll


              from RoullourWooD / Added

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              Un homme, une femme et du Rock 'N' Roll... A man, a woman and Rock 'N' Roll ... Court métrage réalisé par Gérald Frémont, avec Astrid Vilette et David Wadoux. Durée: 7 minutes - Année de réalisation 2012 Short Film directed by Gérald Frémont with Astrid and David Vilette Wadoux. Duration: 7 minutes - Construction Year 2012

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              • TOM WARDER'S BAND


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                The story behind this band... Tom Warder (Electrified Acoustic Mandolin), Marie Warder (Piano and claviolin), Selby Warder (Guitar) and Vic Townsend (Drums and Sax.) Note: Thumbnail pictures will change with each new track. They include: Tom Warder - musician and band leader - Leicester Warder (Tom's father), Selby Warder, one of Tom and Marie taken at a "Gatsby" party for which they played in Kempton Park, near Johannesburg, in 1974, and the covers of two books written by Marie ... "WITH NO REMORSE..." a suspense novel set in Malta during WW2, into which she has woven true facts about THE VENTURIANS, and "THE BRONZE KILLER" in which she writes about Tom and his battle with Hemochromatosis, the relentless disease which crippled his hands and ended his life and that of his brother. The Warder parents were said to have been able to "bring tears to one’s eyes" as a classical string duo, but once their sons came along, they preferred to play dance music with them. Leicester (Pop) Warder was an incredible swing, boogie and ragtime player (Marie, confesses that she could never master the ' boogie' bass of 'Alligator Crawl' the way he could) and Rae, his wife, could easily have been mistaken for Stéphane Grappelli, the French jazz violinist who, with guitarist Django Reinhardt, founded the Quintette du Hot Club de France. The fact that the Warders could create a sound resembling that, especially in an era when the Hot Club of France (probably the most famous of all string jazz bands) was in its heyday, was the secret of their enormous popularity, and Tom - young as he was - had already, fortuitously, begun to take his father's place as the leader before, lying about his age, he enlisted in the SAAF. It was a foregone conclusion and he was prepared for this upon his return home, but not for the manner in which it came about. He and his brother, Selby, had no sooner returned to civilian life, when this very close family was shaken by an indescribable disaster, and for Marie to have to step into the breach and take Leicester Warder’s place at the piano – only three weeks after his sudden death, only three weeks after she and Tom, then only 21, had become engaged – was a daunting experience for his 18-year-old daughter in-law to be. She rose to the challenge, however, and ended up playing with Tom and his band for 35 years! "Thank goodness the the Glenn Miller and Vera Lynn era had dawned!" she says now. "Fortunately, like the two boys, I played by ear, and thanks to what they had learned from their parents and I was later blessed to play with them, my repertoire now ranges from 1920 to the music of the present day." OTHER NOTES THAT MIGHT BE OF INTEREST: A "claviolin," which Marie descibes as a "truly ill-sounding instrument," was the fore-runner of today's keyboards. About 24 inches long, it would be screwed in under the keyboard of the piano and she would have to play the melody on that with her right hand, while playing the bass on the piano with the other. It can be heard in the two tracks before the end; in the second of them, as a substitute for the traditional "penny whistle" heard in South African 'kwela" tunes. This one - Meadowlands - is also often referred to as the "Gumboot dance" because it is so well-suited to the dance performed by African miners in their "gumboots". Members of the band would never fail to be be amazed at the effect this music would have, even on "staid dowagers and matrons" who would jump about like "spring lambs." In this cut, Marie can be heard clearly calling out to someone, "See how they're jumping! RECORDING: The music was "taped" on one of the very early types of recorder, which was kept on the floor beside the drummer, relying on him to turn it on in time to start playing, himself. As mentioned in the VENTURIANS video, other players would, in time, be added to the band, but featured here are Tom Warder, Marie Warder, Selby Warder and Vic Townsend, who, when he was playing the saxophone, managed admirably to keep the beat going with his foot on the bass-drum! None of these musicians could read a note of music, but listen to the unique harmony ... mandolin and saxophone, created by Tom and Vic; old friends who had "jammed" together since their early teens.

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                • The New Steadicam Tango with Canon 5D mkII


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                  The launch day in London September 2010 of the new Steadicam Tango with Canon 5D mkII includes interviews with the inventor Garrett Brown and legendary Hollywood Steadicam op Larry McConkey. An amazing day was had by all who attended, and personally I discovered another piece of fantastic kit for the wish list!

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                  • Flamenco a la Grec...!


                    from zoiampatzi / Added

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                    What happens when a Greek woman and a Spanish man get down after getting married? Mucha gusta!!! -Music byPaco Pena with Tito Losado. , Solquema

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                    • Tango


                      from Mauro Cantoro / Added

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                      Tango a Pineto (TE)

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