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    Music: Hans Zimmer - Mountains (Interstellar Soundtrack) Lyrics: «Do not go gentle into that good night» by Dylan Thomas Voice: Anthony Hopkins FILMS: «2001: A Space Odyssey» (1968, dir. Stanley Kubrick) «Alien» (1979, dir. Ridley Scott) «Aliens» (1986, dir. James Cameron) «Armageddon» (1998, dir. Michael Bay) «Avatar» (2009, dir. James Cameron) «Battleship» (2012, dir. Peter Berg) «Cargo» (2009, dir. Ivan Engler, Ralph Etter) «Elysium» (2013, dir. Neill Blomkamp) «Europa Report» (2013, dir. Sebastián Cordero) «Event Horizon» (1997, dir. Paul Anderson) «Gravity» (2013, dir. Alfonso Cuarón) «Guardians of the Galaxy» (2014, dir. James Gunn) «Interstellar » (2014, dir. Christopher Nolan) «Lockout» (2012, dir. James Mather, Stephen St. Leger) «Lost in Space» (1998, dir. Stephen Hopkins) «Man of Steel» (2013, dir. Zack Snyder) «Mission to Mars» (2000, dir. Brian De Palma) «Moon» (2009, dir. Duncan Jones) «Oblivion» (2013, dir. Joseph Kosinski) «Pandorum» (2009, dir. Christian Alvart) «Prometheus» (2012, dir. Ridley Scott) «Solaris» (1972, dir. Andrey Tarkovskiy) «Solaris» (2002, dir. Steven Soderbergh) «Star Trek» (2009, dir. J.J. Abrams) «Star Trek: Into Darkness» (2013, dir. J.J. Abrams) «Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope» (1977, dir. George Lucas) «Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi» (1983, dir.Richard Marquand) «Starship Troopers» (1997, dir. Paul Verhoeven) «Sunshine» (2007, dir. Danny Boyle) «The Fountain» (2006, dir. Darren Aronofsky) «The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy» (2005, dir. Garth Jennings) «The Last Days on Mars» (2013, dir. Ruairi Robinson) «The Signal» (2014, dir. William Eubank) «Thor: The Dark World» (2013, dir. Alan Taylor) «Transformers: Dark of the Moon» (2011, dir. Michael Bay)

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    • "You Just Don't Get It, Do You?" - A Montage of Cinema's Worst Writing Cliche


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      A montage that I edited early-mid 2011 under my Bottoms Up Productions label for acclaimed movie blog FilmDrunk.com. Was a viral hit, featured on several websites that include The Huffington Post, NY Mag, The Daily What, and critic Roger Ebert's blog. See source link: http://filmdrunk.uproxx.com/2011/06/cinemas-most-overused-line-you-just-dont-get-it-do-you Full list of films at: http://mobetterblogging.blogspot.com/2011/06/you-just-dont-get-it-do-you-films.html Follow Bottoms Up Productions on Twitter at: twitter.com/bottomsupprod NOTE: Not all the films in the video are rubbish - the point is simply to illustrate just how widely this particular line/cliche has spread across cinema, both good and bad (mostly bad, though). Enjoy!

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      • Gravity: A Falling Montage


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        A collection of memorable falling scenes in cinema and TV. Music: "In The House, In A Heartbeat", by John Murphy, from the soundtrack to "28 Days Later" Buy from Amazon: http://bit.ly/17v1mrH MOVIES: 00:01 - Vertigo 00:11 - Constantine 00:15 - Bram Stoker's Dracula 00:17 - Sherlock: The Reichenbach Fall (TV) 00:19 - Magnolia 00:21 - Dark Shadows 00:28 - Legend 00:31 - The Hudsucker Proxy 00:38 - City of Angels 00:40 - Forrest Gump 00:43 - The Game 00:45 - Fearless 00:48 - Vertigo 00:54 - Blade Runner 00:56 - Vanilla Sky 00:58 - The Grey 01:01 - Cliffhanger 01:03 - Backdraft 01:05 - Thor 01:09 - The Lost Boys 01:13 - The Omen 01:15 - Psycho 01:19 - Inception 01:20 - Batman Returns 01:22 - Alice in Wonderland 01:25 - The Matrix Reloaded 01:29 - Doctor Who: Voyage of the Damned (TV) 01:32 - Cliffhanger 01:34 - Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince 01:35 - Die Hard 01:37 - Masters of the Universe 01:38 - The Untouchables 01:45 - Watchmen 01:48 - The Fifth Element 01:51 - The Lion King 01:53 - Aliens 01:57 - Resident Evil: Afterlife 02:00 - The Happening 02:04 - The Living Daylights 02:06 - The Quantum of Solace 02:09 - Star Trek 02:10 - Iron Man 02:13 - The Cell 02:16 - The Return of the Jedi 02:18 - Empire Strikes Back 02:20 - Batman 02:22 - The Dark Knight 02:23 - The Hudsucker Proxy 02:24 - Vanilla Sky 02:25 - Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom 02:26 - The Hudsucker Proxy 02:27 - City of Angels 02:29 - Fellowship of the Ring 02:38 - City of Angels 02:43 - King Kong 02:45 - Superman Returns 02:47 - The Game 02:51 - Crank 02:55 - The Return of the King 02:59 - Alien 3 03:02 - Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon

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          GRADUATION PROJECT. Animation which shows typography evolution from paper to screen. The animation is divided in two parts. The first deals with the basic rules of typesetting. The second, is about the evolution of typography in cinema. Used mainly for Opening and Closing title. Music : Clair de Lune - Debussy Shoot the Piano Player: Poursuite - Hugh Wolff & London Sinfonietta - Georges Delerue

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          • Sounds of Aronofsky


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            • "NOON" Short Film


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              267K Plays / / 117 Comments

              NOON is a scene from a completed feature screenplay. The short sets up the world’s unique premise and introduces our protagonist, Gray, a coyote numbed to the cruelty of the world and his part in it. We watch Gray struggle to salvage what humanity still exists within him when profit is pitted against morality. www.noonfilm.com www.facebook.com/noonthefilm Representation: Jill McElroy of Management 360 || 310.272.7000 Jason Burns and Peter Dodd of United Talent Agency || 310.273.6700 PARTIAL CREDITS: Written and Directed by Kasra Farahani CAST Gray - Billy Khoury Peter - Junes Zahdi Sgt Knowles - Bill Oberst Jr Mother - Charlene Modeste Samira - Aleah E. Deptula Produced by Jose Nunez and Kasra Farahani Story by Kasra Farahani and Ari Bilow Director of Photography Chris Manley, ASC Edited by Tyler Nelson Production Design by Kasra Farahani + Luke Freeborn Costume Design by Anna Seltzer PRODUCTION Zamin Mirza - Associate Producer Paul Epstein - First Assistant Director Toby Burge - Second Assistant Director ART DEPT Nikki Rudloff - Art Director Chris Sanford - Set Designer Joe Huirra - Robot Designer Rob Johnson - Vehicle designer Emily Cobb - Graphic Designer Wild Factory - Thanks David Wang, Army Trucks Inc - Thanks SET DEC Nicole Zaks - Set Decorator Kristin Rasmussen - Set Dresser Penelope Franco - Set Dresser PROPS Melissa Harrison - prop master Joshua mckevitt - assistant prop master WARDROBE Marybelle Bustos - costumer Adam Sabodish - costumer Elisa Sebra - costumer POST Sharon Hsieh - Post Production Coordinator Ravindra Badgujar - Lead CG Artist AJ Calomay - Asst Editor Filipe Patrocinio - Compositor Felipe Del Rio - Compositor Jose Herrera - Compositor Johan Romero - Compositor JV Pike - Compositor Chris Olivas - Compositor Sebastian Brown - Compositor Alex Unruh - Compositor Ravindra Badgujar - Compositor Rotoscope Artist - Sonny Chen Evan di Leo - Graphical Interface Designer/Animator Erik Lee - Robot Animator Anthony Vu - VFX Artist Miguel Bautista - VFX Artist Iordonis Kioumourtzoglou - Modeler Jeremiah Ong - Modeler Matt Miller - Sound Designer Mark Schulz - Composer CASTING Paul Head Zamin Mirza CAMERA 1st AC TIM KANE 2nd AC DAVID PARSON CAMERA PA KATE WURZBACHER MEDIA WRANGLER A.J. CALOMAY STEADICAM COLIN HUDSON 2ND UNIT DP DYLAN SANFORD 2ND UNIT 1ST AC DANIEL ZULETA GAFFER MIKE AMBROSE GAFFER JOHN SANDAU ELECTRIC JIM "GIBBY" GIBBONS ELECTRIC LOGAN WADE ELECTRIC CHRISTIAN MANGWA ELECTRIC NATALIE SAITO ELECTRIC MARI MENDEZ KEY GRIP PAT O'MARA BEST BOY GRIP ANTHONY TELLEZ BEST BOY GRIP MARK DIMITROV DOLLY GRIP KENT ALEXANDER GRIP LOUIE ESCOBAR GRIP VINNIE TORRES GRIP MARK DIMITROV GRIP STEVEN BREWER GRIP JAMES OWENS GRIP & ELECTRIC DRIVER DAVID JOSEPH HOT HEAD TECH DAVID CORNELIUS SOUND RECORDIST PAUL GONZALES BOOM OPERATOR ISRAEL MEDINA SCRIPT SUPERVISOR MORGAN JENKINS VTR OPERATOR CHRISTOPHER QUESADA 2nd Unit Director of Photography Dylan Sanford

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              • Real Food, But Not Really. | 'Something Sparkling'


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                Please follow me on Instagram @minhky.le to see what I'm up to and for some Behind the Scenes!! Thank you! http://instagram.com/minhky.le Three films reveal insights into the glaring contrast between home-prepared foods versus foods primed by a food stylist. Through the use of food dyes, cotton-ball stuffing, imitation ice, and an array of other clever devices, these films explore the many trickeries we are ever presented with by commercial industries in our everyday lives. It’s real food, but not really. - Directed, Filmed & Edited by Minhky Le Camera: Panasonic GH4 in 1080p 96fps, 60fps & 4K (compressed to a 1080p timeline). Settings: James Miller's settings - Cinelike V, -5 sharpness, -5 saturation, -5 noise reduction. Glass: Voigtlander 25mm f0.95 Edited and Graded: Premiere CC, FilmConvert. Sound: Foley was handled by borrowing sounds from all over the internet, and through VideoCopilot's sound packs and sampling originals. Details: The overall setup was extremely small. Blue cardboard on IKEA table tops taped on in quite honestly the most primordial way. I used soda water because of the amazing fizz it produces, which normally stays for about 1-2 hours - great for photo and video work. I love being able to punch in to the bubbles as it was shot almost entirely in 4k resolution as it was edited on a 1080p timeline. I had taken a two-day Food Styling course by world renowned food stylist Denise Vivaldo who had offered me personal tips of food styling and chasing life goals. © 2014 Minhky Le

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                • BLADE RUNNER revisited >3.6 gigapixels


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                  A Tribute to BLADE RUNNER An experimental film in homage to Ridley Scott's legendary futuristic film “Blade Runner” (1982). Created by extracting 167,819 frames from 'Blade Runner's final cut version, then assembling all these images to obtain one gigantic image of colossal dimensions : a square of approximately 60,000 pixels on one side alone, 3.5 gigapixels. A virtual camera was then placed above this big picture which creates an illusion, because contrary to appearances, there is only one image. It is in fact the relative movement of the virtual camera flying over this massive image that creates the animated film, a kind of "zootrope effect", like a film in front of a projector.   The whole concept echoes one of the signature scenes from the film where "Deckard" (Harrison Ford) analyzes a photograph via voice recognition software.  Part of the WORLD EXPO Shanghai 2010, presented by "OPEN THIS END" interview : https://vimeo.com/36477781 source : Blade Runner de Ridley Scott (the final cut) durée : 1h51mn52s19i > 167819 frames >> one picture / format psb : 60 000  X 60 000 : 3 540 250 000 pixels >> 3,5 gigapixels sound > from the original score by Vangelis compositing> logiciel : Combustion. Mac pro 2X 2.26 GHz Quad-Core Intel Xeon. Dépôt SCAM 1512013-09-30

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                  • Олег Скрэтч & The Outsiders - Город


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                    Music video with timelapses and aerials Творческая группа проекта «Город»: Олег /Скрэтч/ Мисяченко Алексей Зорин Юрий Колесников Вадим Некрасов Виталий Чередниченко Константин Цеханский Станислав Волков Константин Махнюк Егор Замировский Василий Сенькин Надежда Суровцева Мария Баженова Ксения Шорохова Сергей Гурьев Денис Краснов

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                    • cinemetrics


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                      cinemetrics is about measuring and visualizing movie data, in order to reveal the characteristics of films and to create a visual “fingerprint” for them. Information such as the editing structure, color, speech or motion are extracted, analyzed and transformed into graphic representations so that movies can be seen as a whole and easily interpreted or compared side by side. → http://cinemetrics.fredericbrodbeck.de

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