1. Alan Smithee - A Film by Crobin


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    Alan Smithee is a short film written and directed by Crobin. Alan Smithee is a film about a boy growing up. It delves into the darker side of what growing up sometimes means - growing into your flaws, inevitably being met with the errors of your parents, and the necessity to make room for the pain. While Alan is surrounded by what is thought to be the American ideal, all the material comforts that should equate happiness, he learns that sometimes all we are is lost in the woods. Director: Crobin 
Production Company: Pudding Boy Productions 
Producer: Grayson Ross and Veronica Balta
 Writer: Crobin
 DP: Ed David
 Editor: Zena Sfeir
 Audio: Robert Corso (Brooklyn Post)
 Colorist: Begonia Colomar www.alansmitheemovie.com

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    • Buckles


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      ***PLEASE HELP SUPPORT MY FIRST FEATURE FILM*** http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1192443628/oxyana-a-feature-documentary-directed-by-sean-dunn Frank W. Buckles is the last living United States Veteran of World War I. I made this little piece about him and his recollection of WWI. I hope you enjoy it. www.veryapeproductions.com @SeanVeryApe on twitter CHECK OUT MY FIRST FEATURE FILM OXYANA https://vimeo.com/ondemand/oxyana

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      • Defgrip Originals - Ed David


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        With all of the internet videos floating around online these days it's a rarity that a single one can gain so much resonance and stick into your memory bank, affect, and actually impact you. While countless videos dwindle out of existence in the matter of minutes, what makes a piece of work really grab you, draw you in, and leave an impression on you? the engaging pace, story, and subject matter? A while ago we randomly came across a few short video pieces floating around online that instantly engaged us. The first was titled "Martin the Tailor" which was a story about a Jewish immigrant who had moved to New York and started a tailoring business, and the other "The Archive", which focuses on a single individual who owns the single largest record collection in the World. We were very drawn into from the subject matter and the story and how beautifully they were shot, we had to get a hold of who was behind them. We happened to be out in NYC a little after we came across them and thought we would try and get a hold of Ed David, the Director of Photography, to ask him a few questions about what it takes to create such a piece and what people often never consider. We sat down with Ed and asked him a few questions to see what really gives a glimpse of what goes into making such a piece. www.defgrip.net

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        • Lessons from a Tailor. Directed by Galen Summer


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          Directed by Galen Summer. Cinematography by Ed David. http://www.galensummer.com http://www.kittyguerrilla.com Old school at this point - Sony EX1 with Letus 35mm adapter. Before the DSLRs existed. The olden days. The original disruptor.

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          • The Archive


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            Paul Mawhinney was born and raised in Pittsburgh, PA. Over the years he has amassed what has become the world's largest record collection. Due to health issues and a struggling record industry Paul is being forced to sell his collection. This is the story of a man and his records. I hope you enjoy it. veryapeproductions.com CHECK OUT MY FIRST FEATURE FILM OXYANA https://vimeo.com/ondemand/oxyana

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            • Man In Van


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              Jimmy Tarangelo is an effing badass. He doesn't like paying rent, but he does like living in Manhattan. So what does he do? He lives in a van down by the river, literally. I spent a few hours with Jimmy and let him speak his mind. I hope you enjoy it. veryapeproductions.com @SeanVeryApe on twitter CHECK OUT MY FIRST FEATURE FILM OXYANA https://vimeo.com/ondemand/oxyana

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              • Jerry and Eileen


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                Produced and Directed by Christopher Ming Ryan (Wheelhouse Communications) for Random House. DP: Ed David Editor: Eric Perlman Sony EX-1 + Letus Ultimate. 24P Created for lower and middle school teachers and their students for classroom use.

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                • St. George's University 'Trailer'


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                  Director, Editor, Line Producer. Flagship overview to a video campaign produced at The Halo Group that includes over 30 webisodes that are driving the University's new YouTube channel. My roles included producing and directing multiple shoots at the Caribbean campus in Grenada and in the U.S., and lead editor in post production. The Halo Group: Executive Producer Ed David/Kitty Guerilla: Director of Photography Bogdan Szabo: Additional Editor American Dollar: Music

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                  • Nightmare of You - "Experimental Bed"


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                    Official music video for Nightmare of You "Experimental Bed" Director: Crobin Producer: Veronica Balta DP: Ed David Steadicam: Ian Woolston-Smith Sound Design: YouTooCanWoo

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                    • Musee Des Beaux Arts - a Sony F3 test shoot


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                      Shot on March 11, 2011 around Brooklyn, Queens and Manhattan in New York City. A sad day for the world. But here in New York - you couldn't really sense that I think well at least not in the hour or so I was shooting this test video. W. H. Auden's poem said it best: http://poetrypages.lemon8.nl/life/musee/museebeauxarts.htm Shot on the Sony F3. Recorded to SxS cards. Used Cine2 and Cine3 gamma settings. Flour matrix settings. Using MTF Nikon to F3 adapter. Used Nikon 35mm AIS lens. This is a color test also resolution and latitude test and handheld test and slo motion test. Watch it full screen at 1080p! :)

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