1. Brisbane Lions Facilities Promo

    01:06

    from Timothy Pasmore / Added

    This video was one of a number of videos promoting the Lions facilities.

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    • The Ride to Conquer Cancer

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      from Timothy Pasmore / Added

      Myself, Guy and Richard Mansfield have were given the task by New York production company, Telling Story, to shoot this event three years running. Organised by US company Cause Force, the Queensland Ride to Conquer benefitting QIMR (Queensland Institute of Medical Research) is one of the biggest fund-raising events held in Australia. Last year, the event raised over $5m for cancer research. The people who take part in this two-day ride are extremely passionate about it, either being medical professionals, people touched by cancer or their families. We followed the riders, support crew and thousands of well-wishers, gathering tonnes of footage. What you see in this video is a fraction of the footage taken, which included interviews, 'colour' and everything else in between. We took a Canon 5D, a Sony XDCAM and a Go Pro, hanging out the back of cars, perched on top of hills and trees and mounting cameras to whatever vehicles we could find. I think to the footage looks really good - although of course I am biased in this.

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      • Seybienne Presentation

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        from Timothy Pasmore / Added

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        • Dairy Farmers

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          from Timothy Pasmore / Added

          Dairy Farmers (the brand) developed a campaign that showed their products were, on the whole, produced locally by the farmers in the communities that consumed their products. They wanted to show the actual farmers that produced the milk, many of whom have been dairy farmers (actual farmers) for generations. Images of the farmers and their stories appeared on the cartons in towns and regions that enjoyed the dairy products. The videos coincided with the packaging for this campaign. CBD's Daniel Gatland was also played his part in all of this. You can visit Dairy Farmers website: http://dairyfarmers.com.au/our-story/meet-the-farmers/

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          • DiBella

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            from Timothy Pasmore / Added

            I think the amazing thing about this 30-second commercial is we made it look like it was shot anywhere other than Brisbane with just a model, a 5D, a 70-200 lens and a very round budget number. Very round indeed. I think it looks like Melbourne and although I have heard Paris, I think that's going a bit far.

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            • CBD Promo

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              from Timothy Pasmore / Added

              This promotional video, commissioned by CBD, was about showing what this agency does and who they do it for. The idea was pretty simple: grab tonnes of video and stills and package them into something that showed the viewer the brands and the activities undertaken by the agency, tell the story concisely and make it look really good.

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              • Showreel

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                from Timothy Pasmore / Added

                This is a collection of work in one traditional 'showreel' format. Most of the snippets you will see on this Vimeo collection.

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                • Punctuality (The Importance of)

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                  from Timothy Pasmore / Added

                  This short film was a collaboration between myself, Colin Gregory and Dan Macarthur. This one-take film (no editing) was based on an idea I had that revealed the narrative in a series of camera moves, each one revealing more to the viewer. The script by Colin Gregory took this idea and turned it into something very entertaining, both paying homage to Tarrantino and creating something original at the same time. Dan Macarthur's camera work nicely reveals more of the pickle our main characters find themselves in. This film was entered in Tropfest. It didn't win. Sigh. There are a few compelling reason for this, unfortunately. Firstly, making a film in one take requires lots of rehearsal by both the actors and the crew. Because of the budget (there wasn't one) this was not possible. Also, we had a major health and safety issue with the actor Dom, who was hanging from the ceiling by his ankles; because he weighed in at 110kg (a great piece of casting by us) after five minutes of filming he started to pass out. He was a trouper and put in a super effort, but we didn't want to have to call an ambulance. This meant we only got four run throughs, when we really needed quite a few more to get the acting and the camera moves and focus-pulling etc right. So what you see here is the best of the four takes. This think this film was a good idea that suffered from a lack of budget. You can see the full credits at the end of the film.

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                  • Thousands of Eyes

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                    from Timothy Pasmore / Added

                    This stop-motion video shows the installation of Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama's 'Thousands of Eyes at the new Supreme Court building in Brisbane. Client: Queensland Department of Public Works. This artwork - which I personally really like - ignited indignation from Queensland's conservative newspapers and politicians. I want to call them 'red necks', but it's not really the case; it seems that mostly everyone considered the almost $1 million price tag too extravagant for taxpayers to take. Me and my crew were commissioned to document this and the other artwork being installed in the new Supreme Court, and this stop motion is just one component in a larger documentary-style video. If you would like to see more, follow this link http://www.blocmedia.com.au/work/kusama-thousands-of-eyes The installation took four weeks. This meant that we had to set up a DSLR to click off frames for that whole time. The builders on site built us a camera housing (it looked like an old outdoor toilet) that was situated on a balcony of the new court building. It was a technical exercise to ensure the camera kept operating for four-weeks come rain, hail or snow, although there is never much snow in sub-tropical Queensland. Framing the shot was critical, as you can imagine, because there is no going back once the camera is rolling.

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                    • Krankenwagen - audio demo

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                      from Timothy Pasmore / Added

                      Krankenwagen - audio demo. My role: composer. 'Krankenwagen' in German means ambulance. This tune is a bit of fun: a crazy synth bass driving head first into whole truck-load of confronting noise. Mix this with a few jellybeans and bake into some strange shaped cake and, bingo, you have 'Krankenwagen'. This song is published by Motion Focus Music. www.motionfocusmusic.com

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