Maybe it's time to remember an old friend... www.wemissyou.de CREDITS FILMACADEMY BADEN-WÜRTTEMBERG presents a HANNA MARIA HEIDRICH film “WE MISS YOU” CORNELL ADAMS DANELL FORTSON director of photography JANN DÖPPERT production designer JILL SCHWARZER costume designer ANDY BESUCH editor BENJAMIN ENTRUP music by PHILIPP NOLL & AXEL HUBER sounddesign & mixing by CHRISTIAN HECK vfx supervisor SEBASTIAN NOZON vfx TONIO FREITAG screenplay by HANNA MARIA HEIDRICH & ALEX ESLAM produced by SEBASTIAN BANDEL & STEFFEN WILHELM directed by HANNA MARIA HEIDRICH AWARDS Special Jury Award - Young Director Award 2011, Cannes Best European Branded Short - Young Director Award 2011, Cannes Best European Filmschool - Young Director Award 2011, Cannes Best Filmschool Film - German Commercial Award 2011 1st Prize - Kurzundschön Film Festival 2011 Silver Award - Porsche Advertising Award 2011 Winner G-Technology Driven Creativity Competition 2011 Winner Saatchi & Saatchi - New German Directors Showcase 2011 Winner Caligari Award 2010+ More details
www.District7Media.net @TheVoder @District7M Midtown New York City is the place to be. The lights, cars, traffic, architecture and people make the city come to life as a living, breathing, organism that never sleeps. Take a trip with this time-lapse production into the city and see the sights and sounds that create this magnificent destination. For us, this time-lapse production was produced using more than 50,000 still frames, shot over the course of 6 months traveling back and forth from Washington DC to New York City while we shot for clients. Our main goal was to capture the central part of the city in both visuals and audio. The sound effects used in this production were taken from the various locations we shot and were added in to give you the feeling of actually being there. There were multiple times during this shoot that we were chased off, either by cops or the cold. The subway shots were particularly difficult to get, especially in the wake of the Boston bombings. We were led out and in some cases followed by police officers or MTA officials who seemed intent on getting us for using tripods. The music is performed by the talented Danny McCarthy (Fracture) (Music has been licensed through Killertracks.com) ***MIDTOWN Water UFO*** We captured something we can't explain. If you know what these lights are, let us know! https://vimeo.com/72343954 ***Licensing note*** The majority of this footage is own exclusively by 3rd party clients and we can not license out certain shots. If you're interested in licensing non-exclusive material please contact Andrew at email@example.com or call us at 513-259-9231 Follow us here; www.District7media.net www.facebook.com/District7Media Our gear consisted of the following; (4) Canon 5D Mark III's (2) Canon 16-35mm f/2.8 II Canon 24-105mm f/4 Canon 70-200mm f/2.8 II (2) Dynamic Perception Stage Zero's with upgrade stepping motors www.dynamicperception.com Emotimo TB3 - Orange and Black www.emotimo.com/ This production would not be possible without the help, assistance, guidance and inspiration of some of the most talented people out there; Arthur Breese, Jimmy Shea, Gregg Lehrman, Jay Burlage, CA Time-lapse Crew (Joe Capra, Colin Rich, Andrew Walker, Matt Givot, Chris Pritchard, Michael Shainblum, Eric Hinds, Ben Canales, Sheldon Neil) Richard Bently, Patryk Kizny and the rest of the time-lapse community. MIDTOWN - Cinematography, production and motion graphics by Andrew "Drew" Geraci ©2013 District 7 Media All Rights Reserved. No images, video or parts of this production may be used without authorization. This production is for portfolio use only.+ More details
Only.a.dream :: Editing/Grading : Avid/Baselight/After Effects :: Camera : Arri235/Canon 5D Mk II :: Lenses : Master Primes/Canon 14-50 :: Main model : Emily DiDonato :: Music : Helios - Halving the Compass :: Client : Maybelline / Production : Tempesta :: Version : Director's cut www.camillemarotte.com+ More details
COPYWRITE: CAMERON MICHAEL PRODUCTIONS This time-lapse production has been a wild and exhilarating ride, with a lot of physical work lugging my 120-130 pounds of gear around all of Manhattan. I bent (broke) some laws and made a ton of friends. Thank you all for your support and please feel free to help out a starving artist and share this video with the world. Music Provided by: BLACKMILL Licensing and purchase of "The Manhattan Project " is available http://www.facebook.com/CameraCameron https://www.facebook.com/pages/Cameron-Michael-Productions/160014703460?ref=hl Twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/cameronmichaell Instagram CameronMichael Support by: http://www.dynamicperception.com/#oid=1006_1 Reddit http://www.reddit.com/user/CameronMichael/+ More details
Directed by Daniel Leeb of Cinecycle Productions. This short film features Alfred Bobe Jr. and Fatimah Durkee. The film spins a visual ballad between the two cyclists experiencing the city in their own unique ways. Both cyclists are city dwellers who amidst the chaos of the concrete jungle have created a private and peaceful psychological space as they traverse the streets. They are both alone and yet they are both very much aware of each others presence. The film speaks to the harmony with one's environment that can be found while riding a bicycle in a city and the synchronistic connection we can have with those we have not even met. The short was commissioned by Hutchinson tires.+ More details
A few days ago I got a tweet from Adina. She lives in New York and speaks Catalan. We met and talked about the oppression of the Catalan language . The more I learn about the Catalans the more their story resonates with the history of the African Americans in the USA.+ More details
My bachelor graduation project „New York Biotopes“ deals with abstract plants and creatures, which change their forms because of insufficient living space and adapt themselves to the surroundings of the metropolis New York City. A type of metamorphosis, where the newly developed vegetation assimilates elements of the city and makes them useful for their own purposes. These creatures and plants, partly mechanical, partly organically in appearance, spread more and more over the city and fill it up with life. My idea was to create a film, that fills up the metropolis New York with vegetation, that adapts to the straightness of the technology and the given situation. This happens through the assimilation of structures and forms. These biotopes are shaped by the existing living environment, but in turn also shape the newly developed living environment by their presence. In other words, a symbiotically coexistence begins. TOOLS: Canon 600D, Vicon Boujou, Cinema 4D, After Effects SOUND: Teacups of Our Ashes by Man Mantis from http://manmantis.bandcamp.com/ or http://www.facebook.com/manmantis SPECIAL THANKS TO: Prof. Johannes Graf & Christoph Grosse Hovest More stuff can be found at: http://www.behance.net/gallery/NEW-YORK-BIOTOPES/6915201+ More details
A lot of fantastic media has been created about the "Occupy" movement. I was watching one video in particular and commented to a friend, "Wow, seeing all those super smart hot chicks at the protest makes me want to be there." He replied, "Hmmm... Yeah, let's go with that." We instantly went to Tumblr and made http://hotchicksofoccupywallstreet.tumblr.com. Our original ideas were admittedly sophomoric: Pics of hot chicks being all protesty, videos of hot chicks beating drums in slow-mo, etc. But when we arrived at Zuccotti Park in New York City, it evolved into something more. There was a vibrant energy in the air, a warmth of community and family, and the voices we heard were so hopeful and passionate. Pretty faces were making signs, giving speeches, organizing crowds, handing out food, singing, dancing, debating, hugging and marching. It made me want to pack my bags and pitch a tent on Wall Street. And it's in the light that we created this video. And we hope it makes you want to be there too. EDIT: Apparently a lot of controversy has erupted online from people passionately opining (among many things) that this is sexist, offensive, and dangerously objectifies women. It was not my intent to do that and I think the spirit of the video, and the voices within, are honorable and inspiring. However, if you disagree with me, I encourage you to use that as an excuse to create constructive discussions about the issues you have. Because, to be honest, any excuse is a good excuse to bring up the topic of women’s rights. CAMERA: Two Canon 7Ds. LENS: 17-55mm, 70-200mm, 18-135mm AUDIO: Rode Video Mic Pro Shot in 60 fps Music: Theme from "Fast, Cheap and Out of Control" by Caleb Sampson http://www.stevengreenstreet.com http://www.brandonbloch.com+ More details
For bonus footage, see http://departurearrivalfilms.com On an unseasonably warm November night in Manhattan on our way to get ice cream, we stumbled upon what appeared to be a vintage shop, brightly lit display window and all. As we began to walk in, a man sitting out front warned us that we were welcome to explore, but nothing inside was for sale. Our interests piqued, we began to browse through the collections the man out front had built throughout his life. This is a story of a man and his home. A film by Mark Cersosimo and Kelsey Holtaway For behind the scenes, see http://markcersosimo.com/this-is-my-home-the-backstory Music by Red Hook Ramblers www.redhookramblers.com "This video has a magical, masterful charm" - Roger Ebert+ More details
Among the choices of bike shops across Manhattan and Brooklyn, 718 Cyclery stands out for their unique approach to the customer and the bike they lovingly create for them. This is the Inverted Bike Shop. We were honored to have our film selected in the official line up of the New York 2012 Bicycle Film Festival (bicyclefilmfestival.com).+ More details
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