1. Green Tunnel

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    from Kevin Gallagher / Added

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    Green Tunnel- A six month journey along the 2,200 mile long Appalachian Trail, condensed and reinterpreted into five minutes of stop-motion. A full quality version is available for purchase on DVD. Go to www.smtgltd.bigcartel.com/​ and look for it on Stephen Vitiello: Soundtracks. www.anothergallagher.com

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    • Lamborghini LP740 - Birth

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      from Alessandro Pacciani™ / Added

      Director: Alessandro Pacciani DOP: Paul Meyers Sound design: Echolab Executive producer: Nick Dodet Editor: Marco Battiloro The commercial depicts the birth of the Aventador in a vivid manner as it rises from ashes of an active volcano. The metal forged deep inside the Earth and molten lava crafting out the internals.

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      • Freedom Tunnel

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        from Stephane Missier / Added

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        Filmed and cut by Charles le Brigand All shots are video, no stills. Under Manhattan’s Upper West side, runs the “Freedom” Tunnel. Built in the 30’s by Robert Moses, the passage boasts legendary graffiti murals and piles of debris remaining of the past homeless city era. After using it for only a couple of years, Amtrak discontinued the line and left a massive cavern which later became a shelter for street people. Progressively, the tunnel turned into a veritable underground metropolis where thousands of homeless were living in organized communities underneath the city’s skin. The tunnel also became a prime spot for graffiti artists. Chris Pape, aka Freedom, was one of the pioneers and his work inspired the name of the tunnel. “Freedom” painted immense murals utilizing the unique lighting provided by the ventilation ducts, turning the tunnel into an extraordinary underground art gallery. Some of his most notable paintings survived for decades and are still conspicuous today (“Venus de Milo”, the “Coca-Cola Mural”, Dali’s “Melting Clock”,a self-portrait featuring a male torso with a spray-can head, etc.). In 1991, Amtrak decided to reopen the tunnel. The shanty towns were cleared out by the police and homeless were evicted. Although deserted, the tunnel is now an active train line and a stunning experience for urban explorers. It is a bizarre blend of dark and light, silence and rumble, solitude and multitude. As you penetrate the tunnel and walk along the tracks, the sunbeams perforating the ceiling and highlighting the railway gives the place a post-nuclear feel. Voices from children playing above in Riverside Park sound like lost souls and trains whistling and roaring through the ruins of the shanty towns send chills down your spine. This is one of the most uncommon and fascinating journeys I’ve ever taken. Video and words by Charles le Brigand For information please visit http://charleslebrigand.com/ or ldbk.eu/​carlito or email me here: charleslebrigand@gmail.com All rights reserved. Une production de Brigand © 2010 Music: "Ascendance" by Zenzile zenzile.com More Images here: www.flickr.com/photos/stephanemissier/sets/72157624396820178/

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        • Audi R8GT + Lee Howell, Kaptured Photography

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          from Simon Waterhouse / Added

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          In November this year, Lee Howell of Kaptured Photography undertook an ambitious photoshoot in Auckland's Victoria Park tunnel, armed with a limited edition Audi R8GT and a state-of-the-art car photography rig. This behind the scenes video shows in details what it takes to capture the images for high end car photography. Video directed, filmed and edited by Simon Waterhouse Special thanks to: Mark Cornellison - Post production Andrew Bright - Assistant & BTS images Olaf Jablonski – Move N Shoot Darren Utting – Victoria Park Alliance Fiona Wooley - Audi NZ Chris Tudehope - Apix Photography Cameron Officer – Top Gear NZ

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          • la tamise

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            Shot in 4K. 2K version displayed here which you can download if member of pro or plus. 4K HIGHLY compressed version available for download here: http://we.tl/3ZomYfIoZ0 la tamise Short film starring Alice Bird Costume by James Hillman Filmed in the shaft of the Thames Tunnel at The Brunel Museum http://www.brunel-museum.org.uk Graded with Magic Bullet Colorista II and FilmConvert 10% off Colorista II at www.redgiantsoftware.com with code bloom 10 10% off FIlmComnvert at gopb.co/filmconvert with code bloom Full blog post coming soon This was shot in early Match 2013 with a very early release Sony F55. Many of the features were not working but the 4K was. Why did I choose to shoot this film on the Sony F55 in 4K or more precisely why use the F55 for this? What does it bring to the table that other cameras don't? Well for this film to be honest, other than the fantastic low light sensitivity, very little. There was no need for 4K of course but it has it and I wanted to see what it looked like. Really for me I just wanted to see it being used on a real shoot with all the challenged that comes with...support, lighting, audio, media managing. The location was very challenging both in lighting, but also it's very dusty down there and damn freezing! I shot this in 4K internally on the F55 using SxS Pro in XAVC. That was a challenge to. More on that in the blog post. Lenses used were Zeiss ZF Primes using the MTF services Nikon adaptor and Canon EF lenses using again an adaptor by MTF services, but this one is a powered one for the iris. Total lights used (but not all at the same time!) 2 X 1K, 1 Daylight Litepanel, 1 Bi-Colour Litepanel, 3 Dedos 150s Audio was recorder with the Roland R26 and Rode NTG3 microphone (Recorded dual system as I didn't have the XLR box for the camera) Rig was an amalgam of bits from Shape and Zacuto. Follow focus was by O'Connor Cut in Premiere CC. 4K version to come! La Tamise is french for the River Thames. Why use the french? We filmed in the main shaft of Frenchman Marc Brunel's Thames Tunnel. The first tunnel built under a navigable river in 1843. Also the music is by a frenchman, my favourite composer Claude Debussy and is entitled "The girl with the flaxen hair". I would love to explore what is left of the tunnel one day. It's closed for it's original purpose of being able to walk through it, in fact it closed over 150 years ago. Since then it's been a train tunnel but even that has stopped now. Hopefully I can convince Andrew Wonder to take me down there! I love the fact that halfway down it's just 14 feet below the river bed. Crazy!

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            • Surveillance

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              for boxpn.com Direction, Design and Animation: Tolga Ozisik Script: Tolga Ozisik, Ebru Arik Sound Design and Jingle: Burak Davuloglu Produced by: Efe Cakinberk Thanks to Efe Cakinberk, Cagri Cakinberk.

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              • Opel "Tunnel" DC

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                Entfesselte Träume? Kraft und Form durchbrechen die Dunkelheit. Im wilden Ritt jagt roter Stahl unserer Welt entgegen. Men's new baby - Opel Astra GTC. Der Spot zeigt, wie aufregend das neue GTC Design ist – so sehr, dass es Männer nicht schlafen lässt. Nach einem Studiodreh mit 250 gefahrenen Schleifen, bestand die Herausforderung vor allem darin, das Auto in den surrealen Tunnel zu integrieren. Jeder Shot wurde getrackt, in der 3D-Unit mit Reflektions- und Beleuchtungs-Layer versehen und das Fahrzeug im Compositing in das Environment eingepasst. Und zwischendurch wurde natürlich auch darüber gesprochen... fertig. C r e d i t s : Client: Adam Opel AG Director Brand Marketing: Tomás Caetano Campaign Management: Kirsten Gieffers, Tamás Bátor Agency: Scholz & Friends OPC, Hamburg Creative Direction: Niels Alzen, Willy Kaussen, Oliver Grandt Art Direction: Damon Aval, Anna-Verena Heidekrüger, Tobias Nientiedt Copywriter: Damon Aval, Valentin Burkhardt Account: Florian Schramm, Sebastian Keil, Bianca Schnitzer Head of TV: Mark Rota, Katharina Meyer Production: Markenfilm GmbH & Co. KG, Wedel DoP: Ian Foster Producer: Cornelius Rönz Editors: Niels Landmark, Artur Jagodda, Alexander de Lukowicz Postproduction: Überdosis/Sehsucht GmbH, Hamburg Creative Director: Ole Peters VFX Supervisor: Florian Zachau, Daniel Jahnel 3D Artists: Peter Balicki, Timo von Wittken, Maurice Panisch, Daniel Jahnel 2D Artists/Compositing: Florian Zachau, Yacoob Essack, Daniel Brylka Matte painting: Julius Brockelmann Producer: Selina Schmitt Grading: Optix, Hamburg / Paul Breuer Sound Design: NHB Hamburg, Felix Lamprecht, Wenke Kleine-Benne Music: Mothersmilk, Hamburg

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                • SLUGABED - QUANTUM LEAP (official video)

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                  from Thomas de Rijk / Added

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                  Official video for "Slugabed - Quantum Leap". Buy the EP http://www.boomkat.com/item.cfm?id=263944 Check out his music http://www.myspace.com/slugabedmusic My other work http://www.myspace.com/halpmusic http://www.soundcloud.com/halpmusic http://www.vimeo.com/thomasderijk

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                  • Ferro+Chrome "WE"

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                    Based upon the original (Vimeo Staff Pick) FITC Amsterdam title sequence, which includes a sound track produced by MassiveMusic and design by Gmunk, this music-video was created for Ferro+Chrome, who originally composed the track for the FITC title sequence. You can download/buy the full track here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/we-single/id796622154

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                    • SciFi Tunnel | Cinescope

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                      from Befton / Added

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                      Part of an animation-series i did with my friends and colleagues for art gallery "Bottled" (www.bottled-galerie.de) in collaboration with marketing agency "Kochstrasse - Agentur für Marken" (www.kochstrasse.de) based in Hanover, Germany. This short clip visualizes some techy-mechy scifi machines in a low lighted, dark scenery.

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