1. The Fantastic Fishermen


    from Green Crate Films / Added

    The Fantastic Fishermen are: Richard Harwood, Rohan Brettell, Carl Woodward, Stefan Sinadinovski and Jack O'Connor-Veth. Written, Directed, Shot and Edited by Frazer Bull-Clark. Music: 'Hey Kid, Wanna See A Dead Body?' by Suede Merit. soundcloud.com/suede-merit facebook.com/SuedeMerit?fref=ts Public Screenings: Meat Slap Film Festival, Sydney College of the Arts (2011) Shot in Sydney, September 2011. Produced in association with the Film & Digital Art department at Sydney College of the Arts, The University of Sydney. © Green Crate Films 2012 www.greencratefilms.com

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    • The Dock


      from Edwin Quast / Added

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      MASSIVE THANKS to all of the people who made my time in Sydney this time around so amazing. You know who you are. Apologies to anyone in the crew who didn't make it into the video. It was my first time editing something together in over a decade, but I had a great time reminiscing all the good times had

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      • "REDFERN"


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        - SHORT DOC TEASER - This is just a preview of the coming (soon I hope) short documentary I'm working on - This project will deal with one of the districts of South Sydney "Redfern" and the different aspects on the aboriginal community of Sydney. SYDNEY JUNE 2013 Credits / Music : (in order) -Damian Marley - "Road to Zion" -Paradis - "He-misphe-re" -Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu - "Wiyathul" (aboriginal music) Thanks to : Byron & Jamal from the "Block" and the boxing center of Redfern Andrew & Clarence, the homeless of Redfern Station Dee & Justin, my friends who accepted to contribute to the project Fred, teacher & head of the theatre company of Redfern

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        • The Making of Social-Laneway Espresso


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          A behind the scenes look at the extent of work that went into transforming this intimate space in the heart of Redfern into the unique cafe experience that is Social - Laneway Espresso. Through the use of time-lapse photography the series of short clips captures the uniqueness and attention to detail each trade crafted in bringing Social - Laneway to life. Special thanks to Robert Ian Bonnick and Marina Agustina of Social - Laneway Espresso for taking this concept on & The rest of the team for allowing me to capture them at work. http://social-laneway.blogspot.com.au Music: Hand of Man - Pluto Jonez soundcloud.com/pluto-jonze

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          • Push and Pull Redfern - Timelapse Final


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            • Sydney Sunset Lapse - 10th of June, 2013


              from Jake Healy / Added

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              Sunset Lapse captured by my GoPro. Song: Scrainer - Una Mirada Atras

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              • Sydney Sunset Lapse - 29.05.13


                from Jake Healy / Added

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                A timelapse of a sunset over Sydney on the 29th of May, 2013. Using a GoPro for the photography and editing with Adobe After Effects and Sony Vegas. Song is 'Cigarettes and Chocolate' by 'Chet Faker'

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                • Electrolapse Teaser


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                  Opening Screening: 6-9pm, Thursday 13th June, 107 Projects, Redfern Facebook Event: http://www.facebook.com/events/113975275479971 Works by Kane Ikin (MEL), Mogan Beringer (UK), Joe Hamilton (MEL), Jason Galea (MEL), Burnt Pixel (NZ), Nina Buchanan (SYD), Aristides Garcia (GER) Electrolapse is a collection of new experimental video art that challenges normal viewing habits and looks at the systems by which we consume audio and visual content. This is an exhibition of video about video, addressing themes of system failure, manipulation, distortion and opportunity. Each presenting artist deals with the video medium in a unique and surprising way to communicate new possibilities through glitches, mash-ups, appropriation and generative programming. Electrolapse presents a selection of emerging and established Australian and international artists curated by Electrofringe Artistic Co-Producers Peter Fitzgibbon and Roslyn Helper. http://www.isea2013.org/events/107-projects/ electrofringe.net

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                  • A Sydney winters day (The Gforce sessions)


                    from Mark Gerada / Added

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                    2003. In memory of Jade (Sting Ray) Brennan

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                    • Right off Redfern


                      from Ying Xiang / Added

                      9 Plays / / 0 Comments

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