Short video showcasing the gorgeous sunsets we have here at my new homeplace, Sola, Norway.By Philip Andre Bergset
The story of a lone young woman, getting home from work, keeping herself occupied, going for a walk, waiting for that text or call.
With special thanks to Samuela Memmo
Cinematography & Editing by Edmond Terakopian
Astor Piazzolla - Milonga sin palabras
Original Arrangement by Enrico Blatti
Bandoneon Marcelo Nisinman
Blue Chamber Orchestra
Tactus Fugit 2000
Las Cosas (Things) by Jorge Louis Borges (translated into English)
Canon 5D MkII with Canon lenses
Tripod by Manfrotto
Microphone by Rode
Edited using FCP 7 & FCP X. Final grading on Film Convert
A re-edit of footage originally used in my award winning short film Muse: https://vimeo.com/2787054
©Edmond Terakopian / www.teravision.eu
A quick look into the life and times of Jamie Doe (AKA The Magic Lantern) a folk and sea shanty singer songwriter based in London.
Jamie's new album 'Love of Too Much Living' is out very soon available at www.the-magic-lantern.co.uk
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
Dreams in Motion takes you backstage during Sydney's first ever live soul music and fashion event.
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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
Credits; Executive Producer: Holly Harvey Director: Richard Johansen Director of Photography/Colourist : Robert Goulding Assistant Camera: Luke Alvarado Animal Wrangler: Christina Farley Transport Coordinator: Terry Williams Assembly Edit: Adrienne Francis-Robertson Directors Cut: Robert Goulding Production Assistant: Lucy Chapman *multiple film stock emulations used.By Robert Goulding
Short story about girl who's biggest love are andalusian horses.By Konrad Karolczyk
Colored with Film Convert
Entry for Zooma's "Bring Solo to Life Contest"
5th Place Zooma
Official Music Video for Upstate New York based Indie Rock group, Stellar YoungBy John Glenn
Graded with FilmConvert.
A promotional video for Carmel High School's filmmaker's club Studio C141. The theme of this commercial is "storytelling". It includes Clair de Lune by Claude Debussy.By Justin Park
Directed, edited and written by Unnsteinn Manuel
A short nature - landscape - travel film Filmed using 5DmkII with Magic Lantern RAW Final color treatment with Film Convert set at: exposure: -0,100 temp: 5600K convert: FJ 8543 VD Size: 35mm Full Frame Film color: 73% Grain: 52%By Marek Pagacz
This was the first video I did after winter came and left. I wanted to capture the fun my family has spending time togetherBy Rodrigo Riedel
Great day riding bike in the woodsBy Joonas Vinnari
This is how the sunset days look like in Vancouver At the beginning, i include one of my favorite quote "Hope is a waking dream" by Aristotle which means that to have faith and believe in your dream and have hope that what you dream will come true. Anything is possible!By Andreas Psaltis
Survivor is the new video for Mic Righteous's first ever single Survivor, taken from Mic's Debut album Dreamland! Shot in Northampton, England Survivor is an abstract view of how averting from bad decisions in life while battling through daily temptations can ultimately make you a Survivor. When all of us at GiantDwarf first heard the track survivor we new we had a special project and journey ahead of us. With Tones melodic voice and production combined with Mic Righteous incredible lyrics we new we needed to come up with something to compliment what was already an epic project. So after numerous brainstorming sessions and and concepts we were very happy when we reached what we thought was the perfect video idea to go with the survivor track. The artist and his management loved the treatment and off we went to shoot the video. We shot the majority of the video on the Canon 5d mk3 and used a Set of Carl Zeiss Prime Lenses to capture the cinematic look that the artist had requesBy James Millar
Canon c100 c-log
We mainly used KD 5207 Vis3 but also FJ Neo.By Isaac
Clipe produzido pelo departamento de Marketing da Rede Novo Tempo de Comunicação.
Direção de Cenas
Canon 5D MKIII
Premiere with FilmConvert
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
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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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.
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)
There is something really valuable in that bag, and it needs to be protectedBy Rodrigo Assakawa
"A young photographer recalls the encounter that changed his life." This film would not have been possible without the hearted support of all Cast and Crew. Starring: Angelica Picolo, Michael Gazzola Written by: Fabio Grande Directed by: Fabio Grande Director of Photography: Valerio Napoletano Cinematography on Set: Vincenzo Alba Cinematography on Location: Fabio Grande, Valerio Napoletano Sound Technician: Vito Loperfido Make-up Artist: Eliana Tessuto Production Assistant: Claudia Lippolis Script Supervisor: Alessandra Notarangelo Behind the Scenes: Graziano Lacitignola Film Editor, Sound Designer, Colorist, Narrator: Fabio Grande Graded with Film Convert http://filmconvert.com on FCPX Music by Chris Zabriskie http://chriszabriskie.com “I Need To Start Writing Things Down” --- This short film was first made possible for the Italian Competition held by Canon “La Grande Occasione 2014”. The original version can be seen on Canon’s Vimeo Channel at this address http://bit.ly/tboscaBy Fabio Grande
UK, London.By ILYA ZVORYGIN
Through first-hand testimony The Bliss of Ignorance investigates South Africa's complex relationship with one of the country's most abundant resources: coal.
With experts predicting the creation of a "sick" generation in the Mpumalanga region (which is home to 12 of the world's largest power stations),this documentary looks at the impact of South Africa's energy policy - particularly the support for Eskom's coal-fired power stations - on public health. In February 2015 energy giants Eskom were granted five years grace from complying with atmospheric emission standards, making this film ever more timely and relevant.
Set against the wider climate change debate, The Bliss of Ignorance highlights how the mining and burning of coal affects the environment; polluting air and valuable water resources in a water-scarce country. In 2012, 17,000 people in Carolina, Mpumalanga were left without water because their local supply was polluted by acid mine drainage. <
Film ConvertBy Robert Simpson
The viral short film is a story about a journey of a young girl, who lost her memory due to overdosing cocaine, tries to find a way back to her family.By Ho Nguyen
At the site of infamy, I crawled inside your photograph. Your nape, painted by the redwoods' boughs, became the end of my world. My horizon. If I were to know it, finally, then, I would know all I needed to know, for I would know you. Betsy and Vince's wedding day began as clouds obscured the main piers of the Golden Gate Bridge. Steel supporting clouds. The road bowed to the giant redwoods, each demanding right-of-way. Through the twists and turns, we arrived in Muir Woods. The rain laid siege to the trees, but only tears wet the faces of the bride and groom. They said their vows to the ferns and the flowers, and the sea kissed their feet for their first dance.By Mann Frau
The Exploding Bakery is a wholesale cake bakery, who make traybakes using local and high quality ingredients. Everything is handmade in their open kitchen and cafe in Devon.
Shot on Canon EOS C300 mainly using my gorgeous vintage Pentax Super Takumar 50mm
Adobe Premiere CC
Graded using Filmconvert
This is a portrait of Rand. He's journeyed from a work experience program in high school to owner of LA Stripping and Finishing Center.By JR Dziengel
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
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
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/
Phantom DJI II with GoPro Hero 3
Canon 6D @ 1920 30p
Canon 24-70 2.8 USM
Canon 50 1.4
Canon 24-105 IS 4.0
Yann Tiersen - Summer Nursery Rhyme, No. 3
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
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: AnilBy Niraj Chag
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'tBy Renato Zampieri
Shot in Mumbai, India by Composer / Film Maker Niraj Chag. "The Only Sadness" is a piece inspired by the Sufi Saints of the 16th Century. Produced, arranged, mixed and mastered by Niraj Chag at Buzz-erk Studios London. Taken from the album 'Mud Doll'. Vocals & Lyrics- Japjit Kaur Video directed and edited by Niraj Chag Thanks to: Sneha Jawale Sapna Bhavnani Anil D'Souza Crosby Fernandes Steven Devraj www.nirajchag.com www.muddoll.comBy Niraj Chag
Life has its challenges, but it’s our choice whether or not we want to walk on the path of destruction or the path that leads to life.By Richard Hall
Life has its challenges, but it’s our choice whether or not we want to walk on the path of destruction or the path that leads to life.By Richard Hall
The Path to Color is a short documentary series that portrays Mr. He Baijun, the first Chinese Artist to use color in traditional Calligraphy. It shows not only the inspiration behind that, but also the motivations and it`s implications on how art can make a bridge beteween different cultures and also help to preserve traditional crafts.
Shot on a Canon C300, and graded in After Effects using Film Convert.
I created this video for my electronic track 'The Quest'. The visuals were inspired by the 1965 movie 'She' and fond memories of playing with kaleidoscopes. Thanks to Jacqui McGinn and waist.it studio.By Steinar Lund
From The Quiet Ones forthcoming album Molt in Moments
Director : Ian Knippel
DP/Editing : Ian Knippel
Production Assistant : Cameron Smith
Props: Allison Bretz
Featuring Jorge Tovar Jr. as Mr. Manager
Color Graded with www.filmconvert.com
Format : C100
In this video I spend a Saturday in my yard being active and trying to land a trick that got the best of me the weekend before.By Mark Goethel
Being inspired by the boats and their markings, the story grew once I met John Booker, a local fisherman. John’s weathered ‘nothing defeats me’ attitude gave me inspiration to create this short film showing the effort it takes him to get the boat to the sea and gives an insight to his long standing connection with the deep blue.By Alan Stockdale
shot on a c100
lenses used: 50mm 1.4
24mm-70mm 2.8 L
edited on CS6
color graded using filmconvert
"The Seekers" was shot on location in Brooklyn, NY & delves into authenticity, change and the impact of gentrification.
Music: Nostalgia by A. Taylor
Shot on Canon C100 mii
graded with film convert and Sims grading
Thank you to all that made this possible!
On the edge of Manitoba's Whiteshell Provincial Park lives Walter Keller, a Swiss national who came to Canada in 1967 with the dream of becoming a cowboy. He never became a cowboy, but instead picked up a chainsaw and began a long career in forestry, before finding a hidden talent in wood carving. Walter and his sweetheart, now design and carve commissioned artwork for clients across Canada, the northern USA, and Europe.
I was lucky enough to spend an afternoon in October with Walter as he worked on a number of pieces, and got an insight into his creative process.
Some of Walter's work can be viewed on his website: www.thetimberman.net-profiles.com
"Solitude" by Entertainment for the Braindead
"Every Waking Hour" by Robin Grey
Shot with a Canon C100 & Sony FS700 (for the slo mo shots). Edited in FCP 7 and graded with Film Convert.