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    Directed by Aleš Bravničar / www.bravnicar.com Edited by Rok Mele / www.rearok.com Styled by Barbara Žgalin Make-up: Tina Fabjan, head of make-up artists Max Factor Hair by Matej Komar Hairstyle Studio team: Andraž Blaznik, Anže Godec Model: Lana P.@Talia Model Zagreb Music: Rammstein - Das Modell (©Motor Music 1997) Clothes by Zoran Garevski, Jelena Proković, Peter Movrin, Sanija Reja Aske Lingerie by Jean Paul Gaultier for La Perla Tights by Wolford Jewellery by Belinda Škarica, OlgafacesRok Shoes by Steve Madden & Boutique Naja Special thanks to American Apparel Champagne by Taittinger / www.avioborza.com 100 candles provided by Ilkos Candles / www.ilkos.si Coffin kindly supplied by Pogrebno podjetje KLUN Blofield inflatable chair by Dom Design Ljubljana / www.domdesign.si Lighting & grip equipment by Viba Film Location: Produkcija Studio (Man in charge: Mr. Dražen Štader) Shot on a Canon using Zeiss CP.2 25/T2.9

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    • Ex Nihilo – The Girl Who Dresses The Universe


      from Stefano Pasotti Added 16.9K 368 15

      Out of nothing Matter was created. Out of Matter a Goddess was born. A Goddess inlaid with Stars dances in the Emptiness. The Goddess' Dance creates Light so that Shadows can now exist. The Universe as we know it is created, filled with its dim distant dying Stars. A Sphere rustles between Goddess' hands. Earth is born. HAMMOCK'S CHOICE: Honorable mention #1 Lensbaby Blog article: http://lensbaby.com/blog/film-video/film-video-interview-with-stefano-pasotti-3d-graphics-specialist/ Nofilmschool article: http://nofilmschool.com/2013/11/stefano-pasotti-effects-incamera-ex-nihilo/ I want to thank Moovie Rental Milano for providing camera and equipment, my father for helping me out at the very beginning of the editing when I bogged down and all people that made this project possible. Everything was shot internally on the Canon EOS C500 at 60 fps in 720p with C-Log. Being blacklight bulbs a very weak source ISO settings were between 2500 and 3200 but still all clips were very very clean. For the abstract shots I used a Lens Baby Control Freak with an f 2.8 Aperture Disk and sometimes a Lens Baby +4 Macro filter attached on. For the rest I used Zeiss Compact Prime 50mm T 2.1 shot wide open. I also used a Vari-Star filter for different shots to enhance light-rays and to make the colors glow a little bit more. I edited in Premiere Pro CS6 and exported into After Effects CS6 for color-correction and visual effects. The earth was modeled using Maya and rendered with V-Ray. -directed and edited: Stefano Pasotti -make up artist: Sara Bonzi, Marzia Parini -model: Elisa Spinelli -music: Hammock – Cold Front (Departure Songs)

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      • CLAIRE - Pioneers


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        Director: Ferdinand Feldmann & Christoph Schaller DOP: Sebastian Berghofer Producer: Florian Kiermaier Production Assistance: Moritz Knepper Edit: Wild Eyes & We Make Them Wonder Styling: Hannah Yael & Ana Saraiva Hair & Make Up: Stella M. Trpkovska

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        • Kessler Crane SmartLapse 101


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          Video showing how to use the new SmartLapse feature of the Oracle Controllers by Kessler Crane. SmartLapse allows you to easily do complicated 3-axis timelapses by recording the movements of the slider cart and the head. I love this new feature, doing cool timelapses has never been easier. Read more on this amazing product on www.swissfilmmakers.com - http://bit.ly/e9eJKG UPDATE: Download for iPad / iPhone available Also, make sure to folle me on www.twitter.com/swissfilmmakers Gear I use: - CineSlider 5ft - 2 Oracle Controllers with SmartLapse - Electra Drive motor (500 version shown here) - Revoloution Head - 2 Manfrotto tripods (MPRO 536 carbon fibre 3-stage) - Canon 5D Mark II - Viewfactor Contineo Cage - Anton Bauer Battery plate and battery - Canon TC-80N3 - SmallHD DP6 monitor Thanks to www.lb-ag.ch for letting me use their studio. Watch this space for example SmartLapses...

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          • Hebendanz Brewery - Sony F3 S-Log


            from Sebastian Wiegärtner Added 11.8K 204 64

            You can find the ungraded version, a version without subtitles and lots of additional info right here: http://wiegaertnerfilms.com/films/documentary-brewery-hebendanz/ Follow me: http://www.facebook.com/wiegaertnerfilms http://www.twitter.com/wiegaertner http://wiegaertnerfilms.com Gear I used for the documentary: Sony F3 + S-Log Carl Zeiss CP.2 21mm, 28mm, 35mm, 50mm, 85mm Sachtler Cine 7+7HD tripod 2x Litepanels 1x1 3x Dedolights Kessler Crane Pocket Dolly 2 feet Denz Mini Follow Focus Denz Sony F3 Support System with Rods Aja KiPro Mini recorder Genus Elite Mattebox Schneider Optics Polarizer 4x4 Music: Daniel Dixon - Spring! http://withetiquette.com This is a short documentary about the brewer Fritz Hebendanz in Northern Bavaria. www.brauerei-hebendanz.de Shot with my Sony F3 and the S-Log firmware upgrade. I also used a KiPro Mini and recorded at 4:2:2 10-Bit ProRes HQ. S-Log is a great feature and worth every penny. It's like buying a new sensor for the F3 - it simple doubles the sensitivity of the sensor.

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            • Carl Zeiss Lenses - Angle of Views (Theatinerkirche)


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              Shot with Compact Prime CP.2 lenses ranging from 15mm to 135mm and the Compact Zoom CZ.2 70-200/T2.9 to demonstrate the different angle of view of each focal length. The video was shot with a full frame HDSLR camera in Theatinerkirche in Munich (Germany). Terms and Conditions of Use By down-loading the video (hereinafter called “the File“) you are agreeing to the following Terms and Conditions of Use: Copyright to the File All the Files are protected by copyright and related rights. The use of the File is only permitted if: 1. the File remain unaltered, and 2. the File are only used to promote Carl Zeiss products and the File which are used may only be installed on or copied onto network computers or third party web-sites and distributed in other media if Carl Zeiss has provided its prior written approval, and 3. the copyright symbol and these Terms and Conditions of Use appear on all copies. Use of the File is expressly prohibited outside the scope of this permission. Breaches will be prosecuted under civil and criminal law. The individual items of this web-site are also protected under copyright and trade mark law; they may neither be used outside the constraints defined in points 1 to 3 above, nor may they be copied in whole or in part or imitated. If you have any questions, please contact us: cine@zeiss.de © 2012 Carl Zeiss AG

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              • Now What?


                from Freek Zonderland Added 93K 177 13

                We came together to make a short film in response to the incomprehensibly horrifying way 2015 has started. It expanded into something of a statement of anger, frustration, disappointment, and grief. Maybe it's recognizable, maybe it's silly, maybe it's offensive. But overall, we hope this short film will add to a conversation that we need to keep having. Yesterday 'Now What?' premiered as a part of the 'Everyday Propaganda' exhibition at the International Film Festival Rotterdam. And today it's already available online! Cast: Wendell Jaspers Barry van der Zeeuw Suzi Diemel Crew: Writer/Director - Jordi Wijnalda Writer/Composer - Wander Theunis Director of Photography/Editor - Freek Zonderland Sound - Brandon Grötzinger Grip - Joost Kelderman Gaffer - Ivar Teunissen 1st AC - Marouane Issaoui Production - FreekFilms www.freekfilms.tv / www.jordiwijnalda.com Gear - Invite AV www.invite-av.nl

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                • Paris Fashion Week


                  from Sebastian Wiegärtner Added 15K 158 24

                  Wolfgang Joop and "Galeria Kaufhof" in Paris. More info w/ BTS photos and videos right here: http://wiegaertnerfilms.com/?p=1537 Director / Producer / DP: Frank Suffert www.starloungetv.com Director of Photography / Editor / Colourist: Sebastian Wiegärtner http://wiegaertnerfilms.com Shot w/ Canon 5D Mark II and Denz Canon 7D w/ PL-Mount Lenses: ZEISS CP.2 35 mm ZEISS CP.2 50 mm ZEISS CP.2 85 mm Support: Kessler Pocket Dolly Traveller 2.0 Manfrotto 504HD w/ 546GBK legs Genus Elite Mattebox Schneider Optics 4x4 ND-Filters Denz Support System w/ Carbon Rods Denz Mini Follow Focus Let's connect on the social networks: http://www.facebook.com/wiegaertnerfilms http://www.twitter.com/wiegaertner

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                  • SHOWREEL 2009-2012


                    from Sebastian Wiegärtner Added 9,855 148 27

                    This is my personal showreel 2009-2012. Sadly I can't show you everything, because most of the work is not online or I'm not allowed to show it. I would like to say thank you to so many people. Three years ago I started filmmaking and my first "professional" camera was a Canon 7D. A big hug to my daughter Annabelle. You were the reason why I bought a camera, because I just wanted to capture your first years on planet earth. This was the beginning of my career. Also huge thanks to my friends Nino Leitner, Philip Bloom, Frank Suffert and to my clients! http://www.wiegaertnerfilms.com http://www.facebook.com/wiegaertnerfilms http://twitter.com/wiegaertner Most of the clips shot with the Canon 7D, Sony F3 (S-Log), Canon C300, Nikon D800, Nikon D4. Lenses: Tokina 11-16mm 2.8 Sigma 30mm 1.4 Canon 24-70mm 2.8 Canon 100mm 2.8 L IS Carl Zeiss 21mm ZF.2 Carl Zeiss 35mm ZF.2 1.4 Carl Zeiss 50mm ZF.2 2.0 Carl Zeiss 85mm ZF.2 1.4 Carl Zeiss CP.2 21mm Carl Zeiss CP.2 35mm Carl Zeiss CP.2 35mm Super Speed Carl Zeiss CP.2 50mm Carl Zeiss CP.2 50mm Super Speed Carl Zeiss CP.2 85mm Carl Zeiss CP.2 85mm Super Speed Carl Zeiss CP.2 100mm Support: Manfrotto 504HD Sachtler Ace M Sachtler Cine 7+7HD Kessler Crane Pocket Jib Kessler Crane KC/12 Kessler Crane Revolution Head Kessler Crane Cineslider Kessler Crane Pocket Dolly Music: E. S. Posthumus - Nara

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                    • "MER" ("MORE") by Gabrielle


                      from Kristoffer Klunk Added 8,918 120 18

                      "MER" is inspired by the harsh grasp of consumerism, and how it can make us blind by greed in the pursuit for material goods. The story is set in a post apocalyptic world, where a group of nomads collect the remains of a lost society. But as their collection grows bigger, so does their desire for more. All that glitters is not gold. - This video was largely shot on Karmøy, an island located on the west coast of Norway, but also 1883 meters above the ocean on the peak of Gaustatoppen, a vast mountain overlooking 1/6th of the country. The large flying factories were made by Steamheads, an Oslo-based VFX-house known for their work on films like Harry Potter and Elysium, and the rest of the post-production was completed at Hocus Focus in Oslo, one of Norway’s largest post-production companies. - Starring: Fredrik Skogsrud Forrester, Gunnar Dundas, Orleo Berisha Written and directed by Kristoffer Klunk (kristofferklunk.com) Presented by Hocus Focus (hocusfocus.no) DOP: John-Erling Holmenes Fredriksen Focus Puller: Annicken Aasheim Post Production Producer: Lene Albertsen Post Production Producer: Ole-Arild Svendsen Post Production Assistant: Elin Holde Hegsvold VFX Supervisor: Bengt Ove Sannes / Marius Andre Jacobsen (steamheads.no) Colourgrading & compositing: Haavard Albertsen Production Designer: Mirjam Veske Costume Designer: Mari Melilot Production Assistant: Morten Kjennerud Post Production Trainee: Elin Holde Hegsvold Editor: Henrik Berge (Hocus Focus / hocusfocus.no) Ship Design / Animation: Nils Arne Brekke Sound Design: Erik Ljunggren THANKS: Bård Røssevold, Eirik Einarsen Vikene, Hilde Pettersen, Ørjan Baugstø Iversen, Sturla Nyborg, Rover Haugaland scouts, Halvor Haukass (gaustatoppen.no), Espen Zubi (gripservice.no), Runaround film.

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