1. Postcard: Mt. Pinatubo


    from Ohsochan Added 141 12 2

    In 1991 Mt. Pinatubo erupted and the entire Philippines held its collective breath. The damage was staggering and lives were forever changed. The eruption was the second biggest of the 20th century and it ultimately impacted the entire world. Today, the still active volcano has a lake in its center – the deepest in the Philippines. Film by Ohsochan Directed, shot and cut by Patrick Chan Music by Niko Yu and Toby Cho Thanks to the Lim and Ngui families and the Aeta of Pinatubo. Please visit www.ohsochan.com for more information.

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      from Jan Trnka Productions Added 46.3K 108 17

      I was filming in Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia for over 10 months in last three years. I visited many amazing places but I fell in love with Cambodia. Her dark story, incredibly gripping atmosphere of the biggest religious complex in the world called Angkor Wat and personal life of local people. Every time when I left the airport in Phnom Penh my body was frozen for while and I was thinking like: Wow I am leaving this astonishing place! But there is also dark side of this country. The heart of southeast Asia faces the problem of the waste, extensive poverty and corruption which goes across all social layers. I spent almost 4 months in Cambodia. It was enough time to meet real life local people who live in cities and countrysides where usual tourists won’t go. Right there I met the open hearted local people, their hospitality and smile on their face is something that is hard to find in western world. It was a massive life experience and great inspiration for my filming skills to spend time in this beautiful country. MUSIC I Tim Mc Morris I CAMERA POSTPRODUCTION I Jan Trnka Productions I www.jan-trnka.com

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      • Inne Indie | Other India


        from Marcin Nowak Added 5,479 69 10

        (PL) Ktoś powie, że 2 tygodni w Indiach to ledwo liźnięcie. To oczywiste. Jednak liźnięcie Indii daje tyle smaków, zapachów i odczuć, co czasami ciężko nam spożyć w rok. Oto wybrane fragmenty naszej podróży śladem Holenderskiej Kompanii Wschodnioindyskiej. Odwiedziliśmy Mumbaj, Goa, Hampi, Munnar i oczywiście Koczin. Wersja Youtube: http://youtu.be/XLHh2hZkviI (ENG) A short film from our 2-weeks journey from Mumbai do Kochi with Goa, Hampi and Munnar. catch me on ig: http://instagram.com/wedrownymotyl or catch us on fb: https://www.facebook.com/Gdziewyjechac?fref=ts All shots by canon 60d and Tamron 17-50 edited by Edius&Avid music: Prem Joshua & Chintan support: KLM Poland my & my wife blog: http://gdziewyjechac.pl my personal site: http://marcinnowak.eu

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        • Gatherings


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          Spirituality in India is truly inspiring. The numerous festivals throughout the year are as much a time of worship as they are a time of gathering, celebration and excitement. Witnessing a landscape of thousands of people joining together in a holy city to celebrate in happiness a common belief, is certainly one of the most vibrant and sacred experience one can have. Check out the project: http://wishyoucouldveseenthis.com Download the music: http://goo.gl/4UQDnB Images/Editing: Maude Plante-Husaruk http://husaruk.tumblr.com Music: Maxime Lacoste-Lebuis http://maxll.ca Narration: Jasreen Ghuman Shot in the holy city Varanasi, india Thanks to: Singh Shiva and extended family for their warm welcome Singh Guest House Favors of India The Ganges

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          • A moment at the top of the world


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            It’s in Nepal that stand the highest mountains in the world. The Nepalis living in high-altitude brave the forces of nature everyday to make a living out of tourism. Without any roads leading up to the top, food, supplies, tools and medicine must be carried up on the back of porters. The rough climate makes agriculture almost impossible so they rely on livestock for dairies and fabric. In such conditions, even something as simple and taken for granted as making cheese can be a great accomplishment. Check out the project: http://wishyoucouldveseenthis.com Images/Editing: Maude Plante-Husaruk http://husaruk.tumblr.com Music: Maxime Lacoste-Lebuis http://maxll.ca Color grading: Thierry Sirois https://vimeo.com/tsirois Narration: Pradibna Pokharel Shot in Kyanjin Gompa, Langtang Region, Nepal Thanks to: Ghyalbu and friend Badje Sagar Lama Dairy Development Corporation Langtang Cheese Production Center

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            • Thailand in Two Minutes


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              Decided to visit a friend who has been living in Thailand for two years. For the first part of the trip we made our way around Bangkok soaking in the infamous night life. Later in the trip we took an over night train down to south east Thailand to explore the endless miles of coastline dotted with beautiful Island paradises eventually settling in on Koh Phangan Shot with Canon 7d & iPhone 5

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              • Gods of LongShan Temple


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                The spirituality of taiwanese people in LongShan Temple, one of the most popular temples in Taipei. Filmed with Panasonic Lumix GH3 and Lumix 14-140 Edited with Final Cut Pro X

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                • Chow Chow Asia


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                  Holiday video in Asia, highlighting the amazing food we had encountered there! Shenzhen, Hong Kong, Macau, Malaysia and Singapore Music: "Favorite Secrets" by Waylon Thornton (http://waylonthornton.tumblr.com)

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                  • Hoan Kiem Lake on a sunday afternoon


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                    Chaque dimanche après midi, des futurs mariés se rendent au Lac Hoan Kiem à Hanoi (Vietnam) pour se faire photographier. En effet les photos officielles du mariage se font quelques semaines à l'avance afin de pouvoir être distribuées à la famille et aux amis le jour du mariage. J'ai eu la chance d'y être ce dimanche... voici un résumé de ma vision en cette belle journée ensoleillée... La chanson "j'ai pas peur du bonheur" est interprétée par Berry Sunday afternoon around the Hoan Kiem lake in Hanoi is great. Amidst the relaxing, I saw about 12 wedding couples taking pictures . The song : "j'ai pas peur du bonheur" / Berry

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                    • TIONG BAHRU


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                      TIONG BAHRU is the 10th in the acclaimed CIVIC LIFE series of films by Joe Lawlor and Christine Molloy. For more information, go to www.civiclifetiongbahru.com In January 2009, when UK-based filmmakers Joe Lawlor and Christine Molloy walked into the Tiong Bahru estate in Singapore for the first time, they were immediately struck by the uniqueness of the architecture and design of the estate and hawker centre and knew they had found a great location for a Civic Life film. Thus began a process which would result, 18 months later, in the short film TIONG BAHRU. Featuring a cast of over 150 local volunteers, TIONG BAHRU tells the story of 3 Tiong Bahru residents over the course of a single day, as they reflect on who they are, who they want to be and the meaning of home, family and community. TIONG BAHRU had its world premiere at the National Museum of Singapore in October 2010, before playing at the Encounters Short Film Festival in Bristol in November. It then was screened around the UK as part of a programme of the CIVIC LIFE films and was screened at the Rotterdam, Dublin and Sydney film festivals, as well as at Indielisboa in Portugal, the ACMI in Melbourne, Regiofun in Poland, and most recently, at the Pompidou Centre in Paris as part of Les Rencontres Internationles. TIONG BAHRU is the 10th in the acclaimed CIVIC LIFE series, a unique and richly cinematic series of films made in negotiation with local residents and community groups. At the centre of the work is the relationship these communities have to the environments in which they live and work. All the CIVIC LIFE films were shot on 35mm cinemascope and make extensive use of the long take. TIONG BAHRU (2010, 20 mins, 35 mm) Written and Directed by Christine Molloy and Joe Lawlor Produced by Joe Lawlor and Dan Prichard Co-Produced by Fran Borgia and Tang Fong Cheng Director of Photography: Daniel Low Music by Kavin Hoo

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