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Canon EOS 5Dii, FJ 8543 VD
SØREN

This is the first in a series for us. A bit of a passion project I guess. Our friend Soren lives out in the French Alps with an amazing story to tell. One day we struck the realisation that we know a bunch of young people who have taken a big leap of faith and are pursuing some really cool dreams. So we decided that we would make a mini series of films that showcase their talents - The People Project. This video was shot pretty much all handheld on a 5D across a 3 day period. Me and Chloe drove down to the alps and hung out with Soren, filming as much as we could. We then left the footage on our hard drives for over a year before coming back to it and starting the edit. We're really proud of the end result!

By Sam
Canon C100, Kd 5213 Vis3
Soulstice :: Dreams in Motion :: FilmConvert

Dreams in Motion takes you backstage during Sydney's first ever live soul music and fashion event.

Read the blog post:
http://dreamsinmotion.com.au/blog/2013/7/18/fashion-and-soul

Filmed By:
http://dreamsinmotion.com.au

By Peter Georges
Canon 5D MKIII, FJ 8553 ET
South of the River on a 50mm FilmConvert

Wanted to get back to basics. So whilst wandering around Southwark, London I shot some scenes with just my camera and a 50mm Prime. All hand held, no fancy stuff here. There's something about just shooting with no extra gear or stuff to worry about other than exposure and focus. Enjoy.

Edited in Premiere and graded with FilmConvert Pro
Music licensed through themusicbed.com

By Jonathan J Scott
Canon C100 mkII, FJ 8543 VD
The 80s Photography Shoot (BTS)

When Greg Hamblin used words to motivate a group of creatives he had no idea it would turn into such a collaborative venture. This behind the scenes video shows that story, the people and the vision of the 80s shoot.

By Benjamin van Houts
Canon 5D MkII, Fuji Velvia
The Art of Making, Alma Flamenca

Pieces of wood, love, knowledge and 299 hours of work, condensed in a 3 minute film.

The ‘Art of Making’ series aspires to display and highlight people who go against the spirit of today’s pessimism and desperation. They dare to dream and create with zeal and imagination. Armed with passion for knowledge and emotion, they attempt to combine the precision of science with the elegance and resourcefulness of art. We thank them wholeheartedly for their contribution.

Directed & VFX - Spiros Rasidakis, Dimitris Ladopoulos
Director of photography - Nikos Mexis
Editing - Yiannis Kostavaras
Sound design - Nikos Tsines
Guitarist & composer - Edsart Udo De Haes www.edsartudodehaes.nl
Guitar maker - Vassilis Lazarides www.lazaridesguitars.com
Software - After Effects, FilmConvert

visit film page www.theartofmaking.eu

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By Dimitris Ladopoulos (Deep Green Sea)
Canon 5D MkII, Fuji Velvia
The Art of Making, The Carpenter

The ‘Art of Making’ series aspires to display and highlight certain people, which go against the spirit of today’s pessimism and desperation. They dare to dream and create with zeal and imagination. Armed with passion for knowledge and emotion, they attempt to combine the precision of science with the elegance and resourcefulness of art. We thank them wholeheartedly for their contribution.

www.theartofmaking.eu

directed / edited / vfx - Dimitris Ladopoulos, Spiros Rasidakis
director of photography - Nikos Mexis
sound design - Nikos Tsines
music - The Three Corners of the Earth, The Fire Shall Devour Us

(shot using available light, with Canon 5D+7D, edited in Final Cut Pro X, tracked with PFTrack, composited in After Effects and FilmConverted)

www.theartofmaking.net

By Dimitris Ladopoulos (Deep Green Sea)
Canon 60D, FJ 8543 VD
The Forest Room

In a world without compassion, Harper can either let it fully consume her, or she can choose to start over. If she does, there’s no turning back.

By Allan George
Canon C100, FJ 8543 VD
The Intern

Alice, an intern at a computer company in the 1960s, is imputing numbers into a computer. She is stuck in this repetitive loop and tell her boss yells at her and "wakes" her up. She then decides that she really despises her desk job and wants to follow her passion. Leaving her desk job behind she "Goes Flying." Starring: Taylor Cajka as The Intern A film by: Alex Jarus Special thanks to: Rebecca & Scott Jarus My Channel: http://www.youtube.com/thealexjarus Twitter: https://twitter.com/alexjarus Instagram: http://instagram.com/alexjarus/ Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/alexjarus Shot on a Canon C100 & Color Graded in FilmConvert Screw "the man" follow your passion.

By Alex Jarus
Canon EOS 6D, Fuji Pro 160s
The italian touch

From the 18th-26th of July 2014 I was selected to participate in Favellalab project. 8 creative people who have provided evidence on the web to be a source of creative inspiration spent eight days together in a beautiful farm.

The mission is for each person, to create a video that has the theme: “Be free to …”

"The Italian Touch" is my tribute to Italian food and produce. Discover the art behind the best culinary tradition in the world.

See more about Favellalab project: http://www.favellalab.com
Follow me on Instagram: http://instagram.com/oliverhl
See some photos on my Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/oliver80/

Shoot using:
Phantom DJI II with GoPro Hero 3
Canon 6D @ 1920 30p

Lens used:
Canon 24-70 2.8 USM
Canon 50 1.4
Canon 24-105 IS 4.0

Music:
Yann Tiersen - Summer Nursery Rhyme, No. 3

Color Grading:
Film Conve

By Oliver Astrologo
Canon c100, KD 5207 Vis3
The joy of technology! - FilmConvert (Please watch in 1080p)

A father see that his daughter is bored with her homework. He hope that homework will be exciting if she get a tablet - but guess what! She only uses it for playing games. This is our first short film, we hope that you enjoy it. Please use the "like" button on youtube and facebook - but also give us a vote on filmconvert.com - thank you :) Tried to get a mixture of modern day and old film look. Filmed using Canon C100 with Ninja 2. Final color treatment with Film Convert set at: Exposure: 0 Temp: 5600K Convert: KD 5207 vis3 Size: 35mm Full Frame Film color: 25% Grain: 100%

By Jimmy Borch
Canon 70D, FJ 8543 VD
The Land I Was Born On

The Land I Was Born On: “When you call yourself an Indian or a Muslim or a Christian or a European, or anything else, you are being violent. Do you see why it is violent? Because you are separating yourself from the rest of mankind. When you separate yourself by belief, by nationality, by tradition, it breeds violence. So a man who is seeking to understand violence does not belong to any country, to any religion, to any political party or partial system; he is concerned with the total understanding of mankind.” - Jiddu Krishnamurti Shot in Dharavi, Mumbai - one of the largest slums in the world by Composer / Film Maker Niraj Chag. This is a track from his latest album titled "Mud Doll". The piece is an exploration of Nationalism and National identity. Composed, arranged, mixed and mastered by Niraj Chag at Buzz-erk Studios London. Taken from the album 'Mud Doll'. Indian Violin Solo - Nawazish Ali Khan Video directed and edited by Niraj Chag Thanks to: Anil

By Niraj Chag
Canon G7X, FJ SuperX 400
The Most Haunted Island in the World

Poveglia has had a VERY tumultuous history. Its first residents arrived in 421 AD after trying to escape the barbaric invasions of Venice and around the 9th century, the tiny island became densely populated and grew in importance. It later became the turf on which many wars were fought against the barbarians and while most were won, Poveglia's residents had to be permanently displaced in 1379 by the Venician government so it could fortify and use the island to counter the attacks of the Genoans. When the bubonic plague hit Venice in 1348, Lazzarettos (quarantine centers) were established on many small islands including Poveglia to try to contain the pandemic. The Black Death revisited Venice in 1462, 1485, 1506, 1575-1577, and 1629-1631. The 1629-1631 outbreak ended up being the deadliest with an estimated 80,000 deaths in just seventeen months. The islands surrounding Venice were becoming dump sites where victims were thrown into grave pits. Those who simply displayed symptoms didn't

By Renato Zampieri