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On a cold winter's night, Lynn's quest for a one night stand is complicated when the guy she goes home with lives two hours away via public transit. *This is the first short film we've directed together and we're finally allowed to share it online. We hope you enjoy watching it because we really enjoyed making it. Here's the second short we made https://vimeo.com/73728043 Starring: Alex House(twitter.com/AlexDwelling) & Jenny Raven (twitter.com/JennyBRaven) Writers/Directors: Dane Clark (twitter.com/imdaneclark) & Linsey Stewart (twitter.com/mellamolinsey) Producers: Mike MacMillan (twitter.com/lithiumstudios) & Jordan Gross (twitter.com/thejordangross) Cinematographer: Daniel Grant (vimeo.com/57653057) Editor: Jonathan Eagan (twitter.com/ego_tweets) Sound By: Sean Van Delft and Post City Sound Featuring Music By (In order with shortened iTunes link): Yours & Mine by HotKid - http://bit.ly/1aFy1wP The Law Of Unintended Consequences by My Dad Vs Yours - http://bit.ly/15a33EM Hold My Hand by Gramercy Riffs - http://bit.ly/1dfxiU6 The Moonwolf Departure by Pat LePoidevin - http://bit.ly/1fcb1D8 Thanks, Internet! *Vimeo Staff Pick. Whoa. *Viewfinder List - http://www.viewfinderframes.com/category/viewfinder-list-2012/ *Short Of The Week - http://www.shortoftheweek.com/2012/11/05/long-branch/ *NSI Short Film Fest - http://www.nsi-canada.ca/2012/10/long-branch/ Awards & Nominations *Best Short - Calgary International Film Festival (2011) *Best Short - Canadian Film Festival (2012) *Best Directors, Fiction - Yorkton Film Festival/Golden Sheaf Award (2012) *A&E Short Filmmakers Award For Best Film - NSI Online Short Film Fest (2012) *Bite Comedy Award - NSI Online Short Film Fest (2012) *Best Film Nomination- Canadian Comedy Awards (2012) *Best Short & Emerging Filmmaker Nominees - Yorkton Film Festival/Golden Sheaf Awards(2012) *Audience Award & Canada First Award - Lakeshorts International Short Film Festival (2013) *Audience Choice Award & Best Screenplay Award - Cabbagetown Short Film Festival (2013) Pages: http://www.facebook.com/longbranchmovie http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1954625/ email us: email@example.com We made a feature. It's coming soonish. Like it here if you want: http://www.facebook.com/IPutAHitOnYou+ More details
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Saturday 4 februari 2012, was a cold but beautiful day. At 07:15 in the morning it was -18 degrees Celcius. The first shots were taken with these temperatures near the city Kampen in the Netherlands. Very cold but also a great spectacle with beautiful colors and fog. Later that day it was very bright and clear with awesome white landscapes. http://dailym.net/2012/03/white-world-by-ben/ Music by ferrie = differentieel 'Strike the Cello' is an attempt to Tame the Strings this is the well known composition of Henry Purcell that i did some months ago at http://audio.dailym.net/2011/12/strike-the-drums-in-a-free-way/ "Strike the Cello" by differentieel is licensed under a Creative Commons License "Strike the Cello" (differentieel) / CC BY-NC-SA 3.0+ More details
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“It came out of the mist” is the second collaboration between ferrie = differentieel (http://vimeo.com/differentieel) who made the music and Ben who made the video. This time we met each other also in real, so we could shake hands and work side by side behind the computer to finish this project. “Winter ’62-’63” was our first collaboration. http://vimeo.com/23071357 The soundtrack is also on http://audio.dailym.net/2011/07/soundtrack-misty-too-for-it-came-out-of-the-mist/ The video on http://dailym.net/2011/07/it-came-out-of-the-mist/ Hope you enjoy!+ More details
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Garry B. made the musicpiece 'Winter Solstice'. Days are short, wet and grey now, but two weeks ago we had some nice winterdays with frost and snow. Time to go up early again and enjoy a great view from the 'Molenbrug' in Kampen and make a walk along the river Ijssel towards Wilsum . The shots of ice skating were made in march 2012 in Westenholte (Zwolle) To hear more of Garry's music, please go to: soundcloud.com/garry-b+ More details
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This film is a quiet war cry in favor of quiet over loud to help with creativity and peace of mind. Very special thanks to Lily Henderson, the Bresnick-Curtis Family, the Henderson family, the David family, and Charlie Chicken. I want to thank Andrew Reid and EOSHD for making me aware of this small lightweight 4k camera - the NX1. It made this film so accessible to make. And also Samuel H who brings his camera knowledge online to the global filmmaking community and people like MacGregor and Hunter also online DPs who help push me to become better. And I want to personally thank Art Adams whose articles online have inspired me so much and Geoff Boyle with his CML that moves me forward and American CInematographer for issue after issue of inspiring information about cinematography, and Roger Deakins for giving back and sharing - and well - everyone - who gives back and shares. It helps me so much. Thru art we can all heal, and thru art we can help, and thru help we can help. This was shot on the Samsung NX1 with Nikon 35mm AIS lens and one shot on the 100mm Leica R lens. It can shoot 4k to h.265 internally. Shot mostly in UHD mode at 29.97 fps that I slowed down in post. My picture profile is contrast all the way down and saturation minus two. I desaturated in post. This film was incredibly fascinating to make - it was the first longer more serious project I have made since college. I originally made a cut of the film quickly and removed it from online because I wasn't happy with it. This time - I took my time. I wrote a long script, read it, saw how it worked, changed lines, and rewrote. I reshot many scenes. It was my own artistic journey to make this film the slow, long way. It was not easy - I would constantly procrastinate because I was scared that when it was done - I would release it and it would be horrible - so this film got me to finish my taxes and clean up my whole apartment. Man the courage it takes to make a film - to risk all ridicule and put something out there that is completely your idea! Also it kind of felt selfish when I can be doing other things. But the struggle is part of the beauty of it all - to completely immense yourself in trying to make something of meaning. God it's hard work.+ More details
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Shot on location in Prague on a very cold winter weekend. Testing out the low light of a pre-production Canon 1DMKIV Thanks to Rick McCallum, Albert Hughes and Daniel Bird. More info on blog about lenses etc etc... http://philipbloom.co.uk/2009/12/22/prague-a-canon-1dmkiv-pre-production-test-film/+ More details
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ferrie=differentieel: "The original idea of The Ice Song was to make a song for an art installation about cold and warmth. Only the cold stayed specially the Inuit Throat-Singing from Canada while we lost the warmth during the process. In the beginning there was only the music. Then Rian wrote the poem for this project and Robbert used his voice to give the text its power. For the video images I already knew that I should ask Ben to do the editing. On one of my visits at his home I saw these images and that completed my project. But not without the titling done by Jöran Maaswinkel." "I am very happy with the result of this project and I like to thank all friends for their patience and efforts." Hope you enjoy the story Also on: http://blog.eigentijds.radio4.nl/2012/04/winter/ idea, direction and soundtrack - ferrie = differentieel at http://audio.dailym.net camera and editing - Ben at http://vimeo.com/benvideos poem - Rian van Nieuwkerk at http://www.galerian.nl/ voice - Robbert Baruch at http://www.facebook.com/rbaruch titles - Jöran Maaswinkel at http://dailym.net special thanks to Steven Harlow and Jimmy the Peach 2011 - 2012 ferrie = differentieel Creative Commons BY-NC-SA 3.0 also published on ferrie = differentieel videos at http://vimeo.com/39686982+ More details
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In late December 2013 I visited Wisconsin, the frozen tundra, for my annual family vacation. I didn't know what to expect. And it was surreal. Cold wind. Snow. Icy landscape as far as you can see and everything was frozen solid with temperature below zero - fahrenheit as well as celsius. Despite the crazy weather I had the chance to watch a NFL game live - Green Bay Packers vs. Pittsburgh Steelers at the famous Lambeau Field. Finally. A NFL game. Finally. Lambeau field, the stadium I visited, when I was 15 years old, back in 1996. Well, I'm a huge sports fan but never saw something comparable to a NFL game before. All I can say is, that it was a one of a kind experience. Packers fans are just unbelievable. #GoPackGo Written, directed & shot by Oliver Würffell Edit & sound design by Vincent Urban Grading by Marcus Adam Voice Over by Daryl Jackson @ Orange Sound, Munich BTW. This is a none-commercial film. I'm just a fan of the NFL and especially the Green Bay Packers.+ More details
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My father made 8 mm films. He began in the early sixtees with filming. It was always a great pleasure when we looked with the whole family to these 8mm films on a screen. This video contains an 8 mm film of the cold winter '63-'64. The boys in the beginning of the film are my brothers. The place were the film was made is Grafhorst (Netherlands). Music: Frost Waltz - Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0" creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/"+ More details
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