1. Pale Blue Dot - Animation

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    from Ehdubya / Added

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    I've been enrolled in illustration at Sheridan College for the the last 4 years and this is my final thesis project. I have always thought of Carl Sagan's writings as "scientific poetry" since they lack the cold touch that science is often cursed for having. I think Sagan's words resonate more than ever, and will continue with each generation until the human species "wakes up". The first time I heard this excerpt from his book "Pale Blue Dot" it literally changed my life, and I hope it does for you too. Enjoy. Written and Narrated: Carl Sagan Music: Hans Zimmer "You're So Cool" Art and Animation: Adam Winnik

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    • SoundWorks Collection - The Sound of Interstellar

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      from Michael Coleman / Added

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      In this exclusive SoundWorks Collection sound profile we talk with Supervising Sound Editor and Sound Designer Richard King about the sound teams extensive work on Director Christopher Nolan's immersive sci-fi film Interstellar. With our time on Earth coming to an end, a team of explorers undertakes the most important mission in human history; traveling beyond this galaxy to discover whether mankind has a future among the stars. For more exclusive videos check out www.SoundWorksCollection.com Join the SoundWorks Collection Vimeo Channel: www.vimeo.com/channels/soundworkscollection SoundWorks Collection Mailing List: bit.ly/15lOelU NOTE: Feel free to re-embed and share this SoundWorks Collection video, but please do not download source video and repost without permission.

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      • AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL - 50 years

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        from Carlos Lascano / Added

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        Official Spot for the 50th anniversary of Amnesty International, directed by Carlos Lascano, produced by Eallin Motion Art and Dreamlife Studio, with Music by Academy Award Winner Hans Zimmer and Nominee Lorne Balfe. --------- Check the Making of video at: http://www.vimeo.com/24961694 --------- Director: Carlos Lascano Music: Hans Zimmer, Lorne Balfe Producers: Lukáš Skalník, Martin Hovorka, Paula Lema, Carlos Lascano Production Managers: Ivanna Kozak, Pavla Martinovská, Martin Štefan / Script: Carlos Lascano, Paula Lema ------ 2D, 3D Team: Jiří Forejt, Martin Hanschild, Josef Kasal, Pavel Kout, Martin Ličko, Dmitry Medinsky, Ondřej Přidal, Renata Stránská / Matte Painter: Leo Verrier / Puppet Animation: David Sukup / Scale models: Pavel Kout, Jiří Mlčák, Marek Skalník / Cast: Monika Řezníčková / Technical support: Jan Řada, Jakub Gobel / Sound Postproduction: Basefloor – Michal Dvořák / Sound Designer: Michal Dvořák / Final Color Grading: Jan Černý Take a look at the detailed making of the spot: http://www.carloslascano.com/carloslascano/amnesty_making.html

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        • Galapagos

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          from Darek Sepiolo / Added

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          7 minutes of underwater Galapagos shot September 2008 with Sony EX1 and custom made housing. It's just a short video inspired by Hans Zimmer's music. Watch the 2010 clip with even more action: http://vimeo.com/17051816

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          • Antarctica

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            from Darek Sepiolo / Added

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            This is a short clip inspired by Hans Zimmer's music from "The Thin Red Line". My tribute to great composer and beauty of nature. Antarctica was the last, 7th continent I visited and dove. Kind of a last stop on a journey called "Earth". But in fact the journey never ends... All shots were made with Sony EX1 camera.

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            • While The World Sleeps

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              from Rishi Kaneria / Added

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              Shot with the Canon 60D DSLR using Canon's 28-135mm F3.5-5.6 lens. Editing and post production done in Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5. Narration Part I: Nehru's speech on the eve of India's Independence. Narration Part II: Nehru's speech on Gandhi's death. Music: "Journey to the Line" by Hans Zimmer. Filmed and edited by Rishi Kaneria. A Tryst With Destiny: "Long years ago we made a tryst with destiny, and now the time comes when we shall redeem our pledge, not wholly or in full measure, but very substantially. At the stroke of the midnight hour, when the world sleeps, India will awake to life and freedom. A moment comes, which comes but rarely in history, when we step out from the old to the new, when an age ends, and when the soul of a nation, long suppressed, finds utterance. It is fitting that at this solemn moment, we take the pledge of dedication to the service of India and her people and to the still larger cause of humanity."

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              • Hans Zimmer talks about Inception The App

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                Exclusive interview with Hans Zimmer about the revolutionary Inception app. Get the app here : http://bit.ly/inceptionapp and find out more here : http://inceptiontheapp.com

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                • TIME in TIBET (GoPro)

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                  *Featured on the official GoPro channel on 18th November, 2014* A video dedicated to the devoutness of the Tibetan people. As an autonomous region of China, Tibet is a predominantly Buddhist culture. Many of the people I've observed - both young and old - are deeply religious. I wanted to showcase the various kinds of devotion they show towards Buddhism. In my opinion, their religious culture poses a stark contrast to the officially atheist country of China. Whether it's prostration, praying, spinning prayer wheels, volunteering at monasteries or walking a kora, the Buddhist faith can be seen propagating everywhere. As some claim China is slowly culturally assimilating Tibet and edging out local natives to make way for more Han Chinese migration, religion seems to be their one way of making a difference. And it's true: Chinese language dominates especially in Lhasa, and there is a constant heavy security presence since the riots of 2008. When I first stepped into Lhasa it really felt like any other Chinese city - and I was quite dismayed. Only venturing out farther along our route to Everest Base Camp (or, 'Qomolangma' as it's called in Tibet) did I see the Tibet I wanted to see. Shot during a 2-week excursion throughout Tibet in July 2014. Technical notes: Armed with my new Feiyu G3 Ultra 3-axis gimbal, I wanted to discipline myself and try to use the GoPro to shoot a narrative or more artistic video. I'm shooting mostly on 1080/50 Protune so I couldn't preview what I was seeing. There were also some 720/100 scenes which were up-rezzed with InstantHD. The setup can be at times conspicuous as it's like I'm holding a medical scanner! It got quite odd looks at times. Gear: Shot entirely on GoPro HERO 3+ Feiyu G3 Ultra gimbal Spinpod Music: 'Time' by Hans Zimmer

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                  • Images of New Zealand

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                    from Michael Fletcher / Added

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                    These images are a snapshot of a recent family holiday to the south island of New Zealand. They were taken over a 11 day period during our travels. All the images were captured with the Canon XHA1 with a Letus 35 Extreme bolted to the front. I used only one lens which was a Canon L series f1.4 24mm. I had a 70mm-200mm at my disposal but as I didn't have a support bracket to hold it up I was scared the extra weight was going to snap the adapter off the front of my camera. Not a good idea. I took about 3 hours of footage which doesn't sound like much but it was a family holiday after all. Nearly forgot. The music was by Hans Zimmer "The Thin Red Line". Man I love that music. View some of Christians stills of New Zealand at www.christianfletcher.com.au make a comment on his blog he loves that stuff.

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                    • 1,001 Movies You Must See (Before You Die)

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                      from Jonathan Keogh / Added

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                      I started piecing this together in February of 2013. It was finished and uploaded on February 2 of 2014 on YouTube where it currently lives no more. It contains over 200 extra titles not featured in the book edited by Steven Jay Schneider, not because I think they're must sees, but because I felt they complimented the video better. Animated graphics in the title sequences were done by EE Seitz (https://vimeo.com/84735644).

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