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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
A7s mk II, FJ 8553 ET
B R E A K A W A Y | Restart | Official Video

This was a fun project filmed in my home garage, filmed all on black with some very inexpensive light set-ups. Initially this music video was going to be very different - black & white with cymatic footage I’d filmed the day after comped and overlaid. Playing around with the initial cymatic footage i’d filmed for their band photo i’d found a more interesting creative using simple backwards light particles which for the band conveyed the idea of ‘letting go to begin again’. With only 2x weeks and 80+ effects shots this was a real challenge for just one person but it wouldn’t of looked as great without filmconvert!

By Bradley Coomber
Panasonic Lumix GH4, KD 5213 Vis3
Musica da Ripostiglio - L'Orchestrina da Ripostiglio

A music video I shot for the fantastic italian swing band "Musica da Ripostiglio" ("Closet Music", because, as they say 'we feel "Chamber Music" would be excessive'). It starts with a little short, then become a surreal music video full of great actors: Paolo Sassanelli, Ernesto Lama, Giovanni Esposito, Marit Nissen, Gaia Bassi, Sergio Del Prete, Ivano Schiavi, Francesco Rivieccio, Germano Ciaravola, La Tarantina... Shot run and gun in 5 hours in Naples.

By Simone Salvatore
Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera, FJ H160s Pro
The Importance of Water

This music video was created to promote water-saving technologies used in the two local communities in Kazakhstan. The language of the video is Russian. The text on the screen is informing the audience about the impact that usage of water saving technologies has on the life of people that live in the Kostanay city and the vilage Arnasay. The song was written and performed by my team of musicians in order to make this video to be more emotional. While color grading I decided to use several film stocks instead of only one. Particularly, I used FJ H160s Pro, FJ H400 Pro, and KD 5207 Vis3 for the Sony footage of the kids singing in school.

By Vladimir Yevdokimov
Sony A7r II, KD TMx 100
"Rain" by Mockbirth

A music video for the song Rain by Mockbirth.

By Henry Chastain
Panasonic GH4, KD 5207 Vis3
OCEANS RUMBLE: FAITH'S DEAD (MUSIC VIDEO)

OCEAN RUMBLE's new single, "Faith's Dead", is out now! "Introduction" EP to be released October 9 on iTunes and Spotify! A Garden Tree Production Directed and edited by Garden Tree and OCEANS RUMBLE Special thanks to Steve Wintercroft for the letting us use the Bearded Man Mask, which you can order here: http://bit.ly/2bGEM4m Follow OCEANS RUMBLE: https://instagram.com/oceansrumble https://twitter.com/OceansRumble https://facebook.com/oceansrumble Follow Garden Tree Productions: https://instagram.com/hellogardentree https://facebook.com/hellogardentree Follow Wintercroft Masks: http://wintercroft.com https://facebook.com/wintercroftmasks https://instagram.com/wintercroft

By Danny Feng
Sony A7Sii, IL D3200
The Positronic Cats - “Glitter”

"Glitter" is the story of two down-on-their-luck vaudeville-esque clowns, performing on street corners to make ends meet. One day, their very livelihoods are challenged when they encounter a group of you thieves out to make a quick buck. At our heroes' lowest point, they're forced to ask themselves if bleeding for their art is really worth it.

By Edwin Koester
Sony A7SII, FJ Velvia 100
Stay Outside - Void

I first noticed these guys due to their incredible aura and energy both in their live show and just in general social interaction. There's something very special and explosive brewing under the surface with these guys, and I knew we had to capture that on camera for this equally special and explosive track. We were operating on a paperthin budget, and we had only 24hr window to shoot everything, as I was traveling from Nashville to their small hometown in rural Indiana to shoot this between work shifts. Nevertheless, we got everything we wanted in the can after a long 14hr day of shooting, and the edit came together perfectly. I wanted to use a lot of organic effects to coincide with the guys' organic energy (rather than post effects), such as lens whacking, an over-the-head camera flip (about halfway through), and a few other little things you'll notice throughout the video. I shot a good deal of this using the DJI Ronin M, which really helped give this video the ethereal, almost drea

By Chris Stanton
Blackmagic Ursa Mini 4.6K, FJ Velvia 100
Morgan's Road - Better Than

The artist sent me an early mix of this track while I was on the road. I listened to the song for an hour straight, and had really vivid shots already in my head from the song and knew we had to give it an old-style treatment like this. I wanted a subtle and almost haunting narrative, set underneath beautiful southern-summer imagery. The artist was totally on board and let me follow my own vision for it. I love how it came out, and I really hope you enjoy it! This was a really intimate shoot- I shot and put everything together myself with no crew, and almost no artificial lighting. Props were made by hand, and actors were all volunteers. We shot this over a few different days here in the Nashville, TN area. Everything was shot on the Blackmagic Ursa Mini 4.6K with Sigma Art 18-35 and 50-100 1.8 zooms. Graded and edited in Resolve using Filmconvert!

By Chris Stanton