1. Ode to (21st Century) Cinematographers


    from Erick Lee / Added

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    This is a compilation of SOME of my favorite shots from numerous cinematographers from around the world, roughly during the past decade. Due to not only wanting to keep a consistent look, but to also respect the cinematographers' work by not re-cropping 16x9 media, I only used movies that were shot around a 2.40:1 aspect ratio. As you can imagine, this not only limited what I was able to use, but also prevented me from using some of my favorite display of cinematography. Among those include "Children of Men" by Emmanuel Lubezki, "Prisoners" by Roger Deakins, "Hugo" by Robert Richardson, and "Only God Forgives" by Larry Smith, to name a few. Music Credit: "Sapphire" by Bonobo Artist Credits: 2046 -Chrisopher Doyle -Pung-Leung Kwan Barfi! -S. Ravi Varman Cloud Atlas -Frank Giebe -John Toll The Dark Knight Inception -Wally Pfister Skyfall True Grit No Country for Old men -Roger Deakins Rush Slumdog Millionaire -Anthony Dod Mantle Man on Fire -Paul Cameron Gravity -Emmanuel Lubezki Crash -J. Michael Muro Shutter Island Django Unchained The Good Shepherd Inglourious Basterds -Robert Richardson The Book Thief -Florian Ballhaus The Conjuring -John R. Leonett Amèlie -Bruno Delbonnel Memoirs of a Geisha -Dion Beebe Black Hawk Down -Slawomir Idziak The Best Offer -Fabio Zamarion The Social Network -Jeff Cronewerth Lincoln -Janusz Kaminski Inside Man Black Swan -Matthew Libatique 2 Guns -Oliver Wood Wanted -Mitchell Amundsen The Matrix Reloaded -Bill Pope Mud -Adam Stone Gran Torino -Tom Stern Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close -Chris Menges Drive -Newton Thomas Sigel Argo The Wolf of Wall Street -Rodrigo Prieto The Place Beyond The Pines 12 Years a Slave -Sean Bobbitt The Town -Robert Elswit The Life Aquatic -Robert Yeoman The Counselor -Dariusz Wolski Seven Pounds -Philippe Le Sourd Limitless -Jo Willems Captain Phillips -Barry Ackroyd Anna Karenina -Seamus McGarvey Act of Valor -Shane Hurlbut 1408 -Benoît Delhomme 42 -Don Burgess

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    • Slumdog Wedding


      from Matty Brown / Added

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      Southern-style wedding...sort of. This is my attempt at making a spoof on wedding videos. My family is a traditional, straight-forward group of people, so I wanted to broaden their horizons by making this crazy little piece about my twin's wedding day in a deep southern town. UPDATE: My twin (the groom) didn't like my video. He thought it was really weird and messed up for a wedding video, haha. Music "Jai Ho" by A.R. Rahman from the movie Slumdog Millionaire. Shot on my HV30.

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      • Authentic Bahamas (Trailer)


        from Ryan Lightbourn / Added

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        Authentic Bahamas website coming soon Here is the first full video from the website: http://vimeo.com/9341663 See more at http://vimeo.com/authenticbahamas

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        • The Pussycat Dolls & A.R.Rahman - Jai Ho! (You Are My Destiny)


          from Athos / Added

          Directed by Thomas Kloss

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          • Slumdog Millionaire // Main on End Titles


            from mgfxstudio / Added

            Vibrant Bollywood-inspired titles for Danny Boyle's Slumdog Millionaire Rushes were asked to complete movie end title graphics. Film title designer, Matt Curtis of AP Design, designed the end title sequence for Danny Boyle's award-winning new feature "Slumdog Millionaire" and came to Rushes' Motion GFX Designer Matt Lawrence to create them. The film, which recently won eight Oscars and picked up four Golden Globes, tells the story of impoverished Indian teen Jamal Malik (Dev Patel) who became a contestant on the Hindi version of "Who Wants to be A Millionaire?". A "poster world" of scenes from the film utilising footage, stills and textures were given a vibrant "Bollywood style" poster treatment using After Effects and were intercut with a lavish Bollywood dance routine using a train station as the stage. Matt Lawrence comments, "This has been such a great project to be involved in from start to finish. Not only did I get to work with the very talented and charming Matt Curtis but I was able to work on a Danny Boyle film and produce something I’m really proud of within a tight schedule and with the help of the amazing team at Rushes."

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            • Jai Ho (Music Video remake)


              from Hasanah Hussien / Added

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              A music video remake of the Oscar-winning song, Jai Ho, by A.R. Rahman. Planned, filmed and edited by a group of third-year students from the Diploma in Communications & Media Management (Temasek Polytechnic, Singapore).

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              • Slumdog Millionaire Dance Routine taught by Award Winning Choreographer at Dance101


                from Liana Lehman Hall / Added

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                On August 13, 2009 award-winning choreographer, Longinus Fernandes from Mumbai, India taught a Master Class at Dance101 in Atlanta, GA. He taught us the same routine that he choreographed for the closing credits of Slumdog Millionaire, to the song Jai Ho. After learning most of the routine, I took a few pics and videos towards the end of the class. This video shows our class practicing a majority of the routine.

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                • Slumdog Millionaire Credits


                  from Colt Cannon / Added

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                  The title says it all.

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                  • Slumdog Millionaire Trailer


                    from Amardeep Kaleka / Added

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                    This is the story of Jamal Malik (Patel), an 18 year-old orphan from the slums of Mumbai, who is about to experience the biggest day of his life. With the whole nation watching, he is just one question away from winning a staggering 20 million rupees on India's "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?" But when the show breaks for the night, police arrest him on suspicion of cheating; how could a street kid know so much? Desperate to prove his innocence, Jamal tells the story of his life in the slum where he and his brother grew up, of their adventures together on the road, of vicious encounters with local gangs, and of Latika (Pinto), the girl he loved and lost. Each chapter of his story reveals the key to the answer to one of the game show's questions. Each chapter of Jamal's increasingly layered story reveals where he learned the answers to the show's seemingly impossible quizzes. But one question remains a mystery: what is this young man with no apparent desire for riches really doing on the game show?

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                    • We're Avid, artists & industry experts with one goal. Watch our story.


                      from Avid / Added

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                      From the most prestigious, award-winning productions, to music and movies made at home, Avid creates the technology that people use to make the most listened to, most watched and most loved media in the world. The shows, commercials, and news programs you watch on TV. The entertaining video and film stories you see on the web and on the big screen. The personal audio and video treasures that people make at home to preserve their favorite moments in life. Our innovative digital audio and video solutions continue to revolutionize the art of creative storytelling, and have earned us hundreds of awards, including 2 Oscar® statuettes, a Grammy®, and 12 Emmys®. Welcome to Avid > www.avid.com?cmpid=vimeo

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