1. Go All Day

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    from Colin Kennedy / Added

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    A single-take, short film collaboration between Gatorade and The Berrics { http://www.theberrics.com } promoting Gatorade's 'Go All Day' campaign. Starring professional skateboarder and Gatorade athlete Chaz Ortiz. Watch the day continue in "Keep Going" https://vimeo.com/56340850 Production Company | The Berrics Directors | Colin Kennedy & Steve Berra Director of Photography | Patrice Cochet Steadicam Operator | Ben Semanoff Agency | The Berrics Creative Director | Colin Kennedy Producer | Patrick Markey Prod. Supervisor | Sasha Moore Prod. Coordinator | Madalyn Scrivner 1st AD | Peter Maestry 2nd AD | Lisa France Production Designer | Michael Hersey Sound Design | Grind Music + Sound Inc. VFX & Color | Ring of Fire Score | Blue Foundation "Red Hook"

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    • The Spielberg Oner - One Scene, One Shot

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      from Tony Zhou / Added

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      One overlooked aspect of Spielberg is that he's actually a stealth master of the long take. From Duel to Tintin, for forty years, he has sneakily filmed many scenes in a single continuous shot. Eight long examples: https://vimeo.com/tonyzhou/spielberg-eight Twelve short examples: https://vimeo.com/tonyzhou/spielberg-twelve For educational purposes only. English & Portuguese subtitles by Akemi Mitsueda. You can donate to support the channel at Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/everyframeapainting And follow me here: Twitter: https://twitter.com/tonyszhou Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/everyframeapainting Music: The Crystals - "Then He Kissed Me" Nujabes - "Aruarian Dance" Air - "Kelly Watch the Stars" DJ Shadow - "Why Hip Hop Sucks in '96"

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      • Keep Going

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        from Colin Kennedy / Added

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        Keep Going is the continuation of Go All Day, last year's collaboration between Gatorade and The Berrics { http://www.TheBerrics.com } Keep Going features professional skateboarder and Gatorade athlete Chaz Ortiz. Shot on location in Crystal Lake, IL Keep Going, behind the scenes http://theberrics.com/gen-ops/behind-the-scenes-keep-going.html Watch Go All Day here http://vimeo.com/colinkennedy/goallday Production Company | Orson Director | Colin Kennedy Director of Photography | Marc Ritzema Steadicam Operator | Will Eichler 1st AC | David Wightman Producer | Dayla Kennedy Editor | Colin Kennedy Motion Control | Chris Toth for http://www.CameraControl.com Visual FX | http://www.RingofFire.com VFX Supervisor | John Myers Score | Blue Foundation courtesy of DPC Records { http://www.dpc-rec.dk } Sound Mix | Michelle Garuik for Grind Music + Sound Inc. { http://www.Grindinc.com } Colorist | Michael Mintz for Margarita Mix Hollywood { http://www.LAstudios.com } Video Assist | Tim Armstrong Production Assistant | Cody Madsen EPK | Zach Driscoll Production Stills | Yoon Sul

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        • Jimmy / Booba

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          Directed by Lionel Hirlé & Grégory Ohrel Produced by Quad / Matthieu Poirier & Martin Coulais Executive Production Oxygen Line Producing Dakar / Jam C Cast Yann Gaël Elléouet
 Toly Polocoste Casey Seukap Tchoukeu
 Pierre Vos Tony Simoneau Sébastien Novac Alexandra Sallé Production Management 
Arnaud Le Méné, Mélodie Buchris Director of photography Sacha Wiernik Film Crew Zulma Rouge, Benjamin Groussain, Davy Bauret, Johan Leclaire-Bottarelli, Etienne Arnold, Jean-Christophe Duwez, Benjamin Prevost, Cédric Calmels, Djamil Mostefaoui, Yann Savoye, Alice Ably, Ludovic Tafforeau, Erwan Schmidt et Frédéric Bodeau Color grading
 Julien Bodard FX Guillaume Chaussat, Yann Masson, Jeremy Pierre, Sebastien Gombeaud-Saintonge, Jean-Matthieu Seneca, Rémi Nonne et Anthony Ornecq
 Sound design
 Daniel Dos Reis Special thanks :
 Quad 
Digital District RVZ
 Eye Lite O'Bahamas "Jimmy" by Booba Tallac Records, 2012

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          • Casey Veggies, "Euphoria II"

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            OFFICIAL SELECTION 2012 SXSW MUSIC VIDEO COMPETITION OFFICIAL SELECTION 2012 UK MUSIC VIDEO AWARDS - BEST URBAN VIDEO (INTERNATIONAL) BEST OF SXSW MUSIC VIDEO Clement & Co. was commissioned by Casey Veggies and Peas & Carrots International to direct the video for “Euphoria II” from Casey’s "Sleeping In Class" mixtape. The resulting video is a live action Spot The Difference game, challenging viewers to pay attention to the changes within each long take of the split screen while Casey delivers one of his typically magnetic performances. SXSW 2012 Screening Schedule: http://schedule.sxsw.com/2012/events/event_FS12576 youtube: youtu.be/H9_XbRHLIKw?hd=1 Dir: John Bollozos DP: Matthew Lim Executive Producer: Kat C. Bollozos Producer: Sergio Meza AD: Natalie Aceves Art Director: Beril Toka Dolly: Mark Fontecha MUA: Deena Sennie PA: Jordan Stein http://clementco.com http://johnbollozos.com

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            • Children of Men - every shot 45 seconds or longer

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              It was recently revealed that Alfonso Cuaron's upcoming film, "Gravity", will not only have a 17+ minute opening long take, but also an ASL (average shot length) of 45 seconds. Having been a fan of his previous films, I revisited my favorite one to see just what that type of shot looked and felt like. I had seen the film a few times before, and couldn't recall more than handful of shots that I thought would work. I was shocked to find there were 16 of them -- heck, there are 6 longer than 90 seconds! They are used in a variety of situations, and to great effect. It was easy to see how I could forget there were so many, as each one simply pulled you further into the story. It made me so excited for 'Gravity' that I felt I just had to share with anyone else who would be interested. Some other stats: 62 shots > 22 seconds ("half of 45", my original criteria) 39 shots > 30 seconds 24 shots > 40 seconds 16 shots > 45 seconds 6 shots > 90 seconds Obviously, you should see the film if you haven't already. My point in doing this is to demonstrate the effect of a long take in a variety of narrative uses, and to give an idea of what a 45+ second shot looks and feels like when directed by Alfonso Cuaron. I hope you enjoy! www.refocusedmedia.com twitter.com/refocusedmedia facebook.com/refocusedmedia

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              • The Spielberg Oner - Eight Lengthy Examples

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                As an addendum to my previous video on Spielberg's sneaky use of long takes, here are eight of his longer examples. This is for educational purposes only. The original Spielberg Oner analysis video: https://vimeo.com/tonyzhou/spielberg Another twelve short examples: https://vimeo.com/tonyzhou/spielberg-twelve Skip to your favorite part: Raiders of the Lost Ark 0:00 Saving Private Ryan 1:27 Minority Report 3:08 The Adventures of Tintin 4:21 Jaws 6:54 War Horse 8:37 Schindler's List 10:14 Jurassic Park 12:30

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                • The Spielberg Oner - Twelve Quick Examples

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                  from Tony Zhou / Added

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                  As an addendum to my previous video on Spielberg's sneaky use of long takes, here are twelve of his snappier examples. This is for educational purposes only. The original Spielberg Oner analysis video: https://vimeo.com/tonyzhou/spielberg Another eight longer examples: https://vimeo.com/tonyzhou/spielberg-eight Skip to your favorite part: Schindler's List 0:00 Always 0:42 Saving Private Ryan 1:27 A.I. Artificial Intelligence 2:11 Jurassic Park 2:56 E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial 3:49 Minority Report 4:32 Close Encounters of the Third Kind 5:24 Empire of the Sun 6:17 The Terminal 7:15 Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade 8:16 Catch Me If You Can 9:18

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                  • VD - 1

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                    • LipDub at Calvin College

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                      from Rachel Kuyvenhoven / Added

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                      Music: "So Much Love" by The Rocket Summer Used with permission Produced by Josh Schroyer, Kristin Crawford, Rachel Kuyvenhoven Many thanks to everyone else who helped out! Check out a behind-the-scenes look here: http://vimeo.com/18884584 Winner of Best Student Music Video at 2011 SENE Film, Music & Arts Festival. Official Selection at 2010 Chicago Reel Shorts Festival, 2011 River Bend Film Festival, 2011 Myrtle Beach International Film Festival, 2011 Columbia Gorge International Film Festival, 2011 YoungCuts Film Festival, and 2011 Grand Rapids Film Festival.

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