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Shortlisted for the VIMEO AWARDS 2010 Winner - Best Screenplay - Exposures 2010 A brother’s betrayal and the nightmare of growing up too fast, in a place where there is nothing to live for. This film was shot on location in the North of England in November 2008 as my Graduation film from the London Film School. I hope you enjoy it! It was shot on Super 16mm film at 1.85:1 aspect on an Arri SR3 with Zeiss prime lenses. The negative was then scanned at 2K resolution at Framestore London for colour grading and then mastered for projection on HDCAM-SR and DigiBeta. The total budget for those who are interested was £6,500 (€7,300 / $9,800 approx.) http://jonathanentwistle.com+ More details
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"The city of London, shrouded in a Dickensian blanket of smog, as light winds, Sahara dust, and dirty air from the continent conspire to produce air pollution levels right at the top of the chart." - Sky News Shot on the Blackmagic Production Camera in 4k. Download in 4k. Shot at 400 ASA with a Canon 28mm f2.8 lens at f5.6, at 7:30am on 31 March 2014. Graded with an Ilford Delta 400 film LUT from FilmConvert. (More on that below.) After a slew of rather ugly low-light, ISO, and noise comparisons between the Blackmagic Cinema Camera and the newer 4k Production camera, I was anxious to publish some footage from the Production camera that played to it's strengths. I took the opportunity of a misty morning in London to get some decent 4k shots. This was shot at the onset of Britain's week of smog - although to be clear, the images do not show smog - or in fact, mist - but fog. Fog is basically clouds at ground level. Fog is defined by visibility that is less than one kilometre; mist is lighter, with greater visibility. Not being able to see across the park means it's fog - but mist is a nicer, more positively photographic word - and it also refers to a previous video with the Blackmagic Cinema Camera in the mist: vimeo.com/60644180 although I guess that was fog too :-) The smog that has been plaguing the UK is much less visible, but I wanted to give some context to the time and the place because it situates it more concretely in a wider experience and makes it more memorable and resonant. I took the idea of using a news sample from an earlier family doc, when we were on holiday on the Isle of Wight during the riots of 2011: https://vimeo.com/58180335 And over the past few weeks we have been reconsidering everything in the context of insane London house prices, business-as-usual politics, business-as-usual education for our little ones, and the latest Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report which suggests that business-as-usual is suicide. Nothing like a toddler to sharpen up the empathy and long range thinking. Music by johnny_ripper http://freemusicarchive.org/music/johnny_ripper/lesprit_descalier/15_im_still_here_1 I was also influenced by FKY's, The Sea Also Rises - vimeo.com/88891560 - which is one of the most beautiful and moving videos I've seen in some time. Also, please note the new addition to our neighbourhood: a shiny new CCTV Xmas tree outside the park gates, ostensibly to protect us from the totalitarian levels of surveillance we enjoy from the NSA/GCHQ, who record every aspect of our formerly private lives, finally penetrating inside our homes via digital communications. For me at least, our whole lives are packed into this little film :-) The black and white grade is very strange for me as I'd normally be the person arguing on aesthetic grounds for colour. I've literally never created a black and white image before. However, the fog had already taken most of the colour out of the images, and with the increased resolution, it felt like it needed a more reductive approach. The Production Camera is also a more contrasty camera than I'm used to, although the Ilford D400 was the least contrasty of black and white LUTs, as I recall. There is zero grain because it would detract from the fog and get slammed in compression. I normally shoot with a 2.4:1 crop, which is etched in marker on my cameras, as it's more compositionally elegant and mathematically pure :-) View in 1080p. Registered Vimeo users can download the original file in 4k, as Vimeo doesn't display 4k yet. I think I got away with a pretty low data rate for the H.264 file at a mere 40Mbps. More on the smog here: http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2014/apr/03/cameron-uk-smog-pollution-europe+ More details
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Funded at the beginning of 2012 by over 1000 Kickstarter backers, The Underwater Realm is arguably the most ambitious independent film project ever attempted. This documentary explores how a team of 200 volunteers completed 5 short films set under our oceans on less than half the coffee budget of the Hobbit. Follow the story going back two years as the team at Realm Pictures and hundreds of others dedicate their heat and soul to creating something truly unique. All five films are available on-line and the journey doesn't stop here. The next step in the goal of a trilogy of features is to get to 1,000,000 views! You can help by sharing this story and the films and be part of something that will take the cinema world by storm Part I - 2012 https://vimeo.com/56936088 Part II - 1942 https://vimeo.com/56936091 Part III - 1588 https://vimeo.com/56936092 Part IV - 1208 https://vimeo.com/56936090 Part V - 149BC https://vimeo.com/56936086+ More details
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A music video commissioned to play at Cancer Research UK's 'Race For Life' events across the UK in 2013. Participants in the event will be encouraged to warm up for the race by following a dance routine to this promo. Directed by David Wilson Produced by Tamsin Glasson Production Company: Colonel Blimp Agency: Mother London Agency Creatives: Alex Holder and Oli Beale Music: Elastica - 'Connection' Choreography: Marianne Machin Styling: Natalie Willis Art Department: Sam & Arthur Graphics, Clothes Patches and Bandanas by Alex Trochut Editor: James Rose at Final Cut Telecine: James Bamford at The Mill Post Production: The Mill More credits to come...+ More details
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Music video for Foxx on Fire's new single 'March Into The Sun' Directed by Edward Housden Watch the teaser here: http://vimeo.com/30792613 Listen to the March Into The Sun EP here: www.soundcloud.com/foxxonfire/sets/march-into-the-sun/ www.foxxonfire.com www.facebook.com/foxxonfire Special thanks: Independent Films - www.independ.net+ More details
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Please share this with friends and people you love http://www.InvisibleParents.eu Launched: Nov 5th 2012 Directed by Mike Buonaiuto http://www.MikeB.co.nr ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Music: 'In Your Arms' by Craig Sutherland http://www.twitter.com/CSutherland111 Voiceover: Kate Hollowood / Sound Disposition http://www.twitter.com/K8Hollowood http://www.sounddisposition.com ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Cast: Garry Mannion | Jessica Hopes | James McGregor Editor / Director of Photography: Arthur Lewin http://twitter.com/arthur_noir Executive Producers: Amber Christina Phillips / Gregor Schmidinger https://twitter.com/MissAPhillips http://www.FutureFilmMaking.com Behind The Scenes: Sam Milletti / Michael Sweeney http://www.milletti-films.com http://www.michaelwsweeneyphotography.com/ Web Design / Development: Bradley Hall http://www.twitter.com/bradjhall Online Marketing: http://www.viralseeding.com For help or advice: ILGA-EUROPE http://www.ilga-europe.org/ NELFA http://www.nelfa.org/ BAAF http://www.baaf.org.uk/ Partners: All Out MEP Michael Cashman Pink Parenting The Finnish Rainbow Families Association Famiglie Arcobaleno LGBTIQ New Family Social Brooklands Museum Coalition for Equal Marriage Institute of Social Ecology Vienna (SEC) Gay Times GayDarRadio Pink News Gay Star News Attitude Gaydio SoSoGay Crowdsourcing Sponsors: Katharina Dietl Manuel Duenfruendt Nathan Berger Scott Christian davidlon1 ciaran_mchale Dermot Scully James Baston TONY BROADBENT-WILLIAMS Paul Groothuis merrill.guy jgen1 Jason Dean John Manuel Cabral Morais Tuomo P Railo Caz Bailey Taina Tervonen Jamie Starboisky Ianrichardbarker Gregor Schmidinger andyroo74+ More details
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The amitybikeco team went around the uk for 10 days in september. we stopped at shops and skate parks and had a blast. loads of good riding went down by the team and we had a great turnout of kids who came and had fun too. featuring jeff wescott, cameron hardy, ryan taylor, louis morris, matt preist, tammy mccarley, santoo the wild frenchman, mj and an injured bob manchester.+ More details
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