1. castro

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    cinematographer: tomek kowalski camera: sony nex6 with yashica lens (50mm, f2.8) https://vimeo.com/almitafilms www.tomekkowalski.tumblr.com song: yann tiersen: watching lara

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    • London time-lapse (2013)

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      A short film about London, shot using time-lapse and hyper-lapse techniques. Filmed / Edited by: Alex Bordetcky & Svetlana Abrashova Music by: Coldplay – Clocks Technical Info: Cameras: Canon EOS 5D Mark II, Canon EOS 60D Lenses: Canon EF 24-105 mm f/4 L, Canon EF 17-40 mm f/4 L

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      • Scotland

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        I had shown the ” Scotland video” here already. I was not entirely satisfied with the old version. So here is a revised one. Hope you like it. I'm sorry for the already given comments and "likes". _________________________________________________________________________ Nikon D90 I Tokina 12-24 Music:Barrie Gledden / Richard Kimmings: Nascimento

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        • People In Order: 1. Age

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          Human Beings. 1-100 This is first in a series of four films – People In Order – commissioned by the UK’s Channel 4 in 2006. The concept behind our films was simple: we asked ourselves if you can reveal something about life by simply arranging people according to scales. Three minutes is a very short time to communicate something – perhaps too short to tell a story, or to get to know a character – so we wanted to make this series by setting ourselves some very straightforward rules, and then following them through over a long trip. The rules had to be simple so it would take the audience virtually no time to understand them. We established what scales we’d look at, and then chose how each film would be framed. Then it was a case of getting in a campervan and driving round Britain, filming as many people as we could over 4 weeks in February, coping with microphones crackling and our camera refusing to work. The experience was exhausting but also life affirming. In our whole trip we were struck by how happy people were to help. Only a handful of our shoots were arranged in advance. We relied instead on the kindness of strangers - and we found that everywhere, from deprived urban estates to rural aristocrats. The resulting films are like a list of government statistics where the citizens they are referring to have broken out from behind the figures on the page. The people on the screen stop us from seeing them as numbers. Even in single second bursts there are worlds of personality stretching out in front of us. The films are really about our awe at how big life is, infinite in its variety, even when it seems just normal to each of us living it. Festivals: 2006: Leipzig DocFest. Shadow Festival, Amsterdam. 2007: 1st Prize (Pro Category) @ Medienfestival, Germany. Audience Award @ Britspotting, Berlin, Munich, Stuttgart. International Women’s Film Festival, Germany. Krakow, Poland. Portable Film Festival, Melbourne, Australia. Rooftop Film Festival, New York, USA. 2008: PDX, Portland, Oregon, USA. Exhibitions: Laura Bartlett Gallery, London. June-July 2006. Paul Smith Space, Tokyo. August 2006. Seven @ espacesurplus, Berlin, March 2007. Zeit…los @ Initiative Bürgerzentrum Schuhfabrik Ahlen, Germany, May-June 2009. Web: This part - Age - was a featured video on YouTube, Yahoo, Very Short List – 50,000 views in its first week online, No.2 in the worldwide Viral Video Chart in January 2008, Over 900,000 views and 5 stars on YouTube. Broadcast: : Channel 4, Monday 8th May 2006 7:55PM (plus 8 repeats) © Lenka Clayton & James Price 2006 Directed / Produced & Edited by James Price & Lenka Clayton Camera by James Price Sound by Lenka Clayton

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          • AwesomeFest was Awesome

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            AwesomeFest... Whoa, yeah. I don't know where to begin! We Scandinavians are spoilt creatures, we have multiple Gatebil events during the year, and Gatebil has been the event to be at for many years now. On this side of the planet. Not anymore, now AwesomeFest is in the mix and a true contender. Sure, this was the first babystep the Driftworks crew have made at arranging this sort of big-scale event. I can safely say they did a fantastic job! I am definitely counting this as one of the must-go-to events for 2012! So here's the video of my first ever weekend at Mallory Park, for the first ever AwesomeFest. Although you've probably already watched it before you read this. Hope you liked it! Thanks a lot to Floyd Parsons for additional footage and Al Clark for being an amazing chase-car driver! Camera: Canon 7D + Contour GPS' Songs: What's Golden - Jurassic 5, Cassius - The Sound Of Violence (Tha Trickaz Remix) , Worst Comes To Worst - Dilated Peoples

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            • BSD - Dan Paley - Before the Sun Sets

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              Dan's been cooking this piece up for a while now. Watch him as he follows the sun to Spain, Scotland, New Mexico and Arizona. Filmed and edited by Dave Sowerby. Additional filming by Tony Malouf, David Grant, Liam Zingbergs and Kriss Kyle. www.bsdforever.com

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              • Margot Henderson and Lily Cole in “Burning Bush” by Kim Gehrig - NOWNESS

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                Redheaded British chef Margot Henderson prepares an orange-hued banquet in the filmmaker Kim Gerhig’s dramatic short, narrated by actor, model and fellow ginger Lily Cole. Read the full feature on NOWNESS: http://bit.ly/OVAXfZ A film by Kim Gehrig http://www.somesuchandco.com/directors/kim-gehrig

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                • Janapar: Official Trailer

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                  23-year-old Englishman Tom Allen is all set for a successful career, but he finds himself persisted by the question of our time: isn’t there more to life than this? Leaving it all behind, Tom sets off on the ultimate quest for freedom. For the next 12,000 miles, with neither maps nor guidebooks, Tom films the unfolding of his dream. But the journey takes an unlikely detour when he falls in love with an Iranian-Armenian girl. Filmed over four years with cinematic ambition, Janapar — named after the Armenian word for journey — is an honest and life-affirming tale of finding what you’re looking for when you least expect it. Watch the film at http://janapar.com/watch.

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                  • Twixtor Tutorial Part Two : Darrienia

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                    This is Part 2 of my RE:Vision Effects Twixtor tutorial, the most advanced Twixtor Pro tutorial on the internet. If you haven't already, it is recommended you check out part 1 first to understand the basics of Twixtor. http://vimeo.com/23151793 Featuring an example from 'Darrienia' http://vimeo.com/32156942 a short film by Danny Cooke and myself, We shall be exploring Twixtor Pro and how you can take advantage of open and closed masks to help calculate where the pixels should move frame to frame. Resulting in a far better interpolated image. As always, before you start, for best results use a shutter speed that will match your final framerate to avoid blurry slow motion. Also, use the highest framerate setting on your camera possible e.g. 60p, 60i or if you are using a 5D Mark II use 30p; The more frames Twixtor gets to play with, the better! Hope you enjoy :) Link to Dennis Hummel's Twixtor Pro tracking points tutorial : http://vimeo.com/24571687

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                    • Reid Willis - Placed (official video)

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                      Prix Ars Electronica 2015 / Honorary Mention http://bit.ly/1JgdD4Y Official music video for Reid Willis’ track “Placed”, from album The Sunken Half. Inspired by the works of Robert Adams, Storm Thorgerson, Koji Shiraya. Direction / Photography / Animation: F. Lazzari Shot in Isle of Wight, UK. Produced in London by Moon207™ Listen on Spotify http://open.spotify.com/album/6K2lyDfej7VdHuqKpZvmYP Get on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/the-sunken-half/id714503738?ign-mpt=uo%3D4

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