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DJI X5R, FJ 8553 ET
What's your name

There is magic in life, not only in the movies. This, is a true story of true people, This, we hope will inspire you and touch your heart as it did for us. Some call me light I bring warmth on earth Filling the air and hearts with vibrant colours At a new beginning, Or at the turn of a page I spread life, I am life I’m everywhere, Wrapping the world in my immensity Deep down feeding people Their body, their soul, their hearts I welcome life and cherish it Like mothers love their child I am the ocean I am the heart of the islands Where you can rest and seek exile Welcoming, like the smile of a child My ancient trees provide for the people My shores delicately carve their way out of the sea To reveal soft sands and warm hearts I am the soul of the forest I protect and care for my people Filling them with undemanding love

By Nicolas PETTE
Panasonic GH4, KD 5207 Vis3
Central Boarding Academy

Central Boarding Academy (CBA) is an English immersion and college preparatory program for international students who want to study at private schools in the U.S. They reached out to us to tell their story because they wanted a film to premier in China that would show parents all the great work they're doing in Oshkosh, WI. CBA's students attend academically challenging classes with American students, participate in after school activities, and live in the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh (UWO) campus dormitory where they have group tutors whom help expand their knowledge in the evening. We had one main goal for this video: to show a "worldly" view. By traveling with the students on their adventures through Chicago — we were able to accomplish that.

By Alex Belville
GH4, FJ 8553 ET
The Clay Path

An inspiring glimpse into the art and process of ceramic artist Kate Lewis.

By Philip Carrel
Sony a7ii, FJ SuperX 400
The Csikós - The last Wranglers of the Hungarian great plain

In the mini-doc "The Csikós - The last Wranglers of the Hungarian great plain", Jeroen Cox captures and shares the lifestyle of the Csikós, a group of hungarian horse wranglers who proudly cherish their traditional lifestyle. Although the community is proud of their heritage, the lifestyle is harsh and lonely, making it hard to find a new generation of Csikós. Ádám, Csaba and Lajos, some of the last wranglers of the hungarian great plain, give an insight into their days on the puszta, their close bond with their nonius horses and what it takes to be a Csikós. "The Csikós - The last Wranglers of the Hungarian great plain" was made as a part of the "Circles of cultural connection" project by the Jimmy Nelson Foundation.

By Jeroen Cox
C300mkII, Plrd 600
Summary of the European Championships in Paragliding 2018, Portugal (eng.)

This is the summary of the 15th FAI European Paragliding Championship in Montalegre, Portugal with 150 pilots attending from 43 countries. This is also the entry for the Filmconvert 2018 competition. All footage has been graded with film convert, helping different cameras to look alike more than they naturally would by assimilating their color profiles to one look. Used cameras in this video: Canon C300mkII, DJI Inspire 2, GoPro Hero Session 5, GoPro Fusion, Sony FDR3000, iPhone X

By Yves
Sony FDR-X3000, KD 5207 Vis3
Zipline Short FilmConvert Vlog - by Tatay (dad) and Lucas

Recently I was issued with a PWD card (Person With Disability), I didn't have that before. It's an orthopedic disability, but it won't stop me from telling good stories. Watch our story, my son Lucas and I.

By Lexian Losley Avestruz
Sony PXW-FS7, KD 5207 Vis3
Russia's Daughters - a short documentary

"Many people ask me why Putin is so popular in Russia" - Russian model and former snowboard champion Alyona Alyohina speaks the truth about life and future perspectives in today's Russia.

By FIlip Meneses
Sony FS700, FJ 8553 ET
THE REBIRTH FULL VERSION / short film

The day has come. Welcome to the brand New City Hall in Key West, Florida. It has been an honor and privilege working on this incredible, State of the Art, historical building. 1000's photos, hours of RAW footage, close to 600 hours of making this cinematic documentary film. What an experience! Graded with "FilmConvert", the best coloring tool on the market today! Thank you for the opportunity, if you find beauty in this short film, please share it. Cheers!

By ZOLTANFILMS
Panasonic Lumix GH5, Plrd 600
Hatem: Immigrant, Businessman, Father

Documenting Hatem Kalaoun's story as an immigrant to America, a successful small business owner, and a father, has been a passion project for his son, Abraham, ever since college. For the past three years, we've discussed and imagined how we'd film his dad--we just needed the right opportunity! Finally, when we returned to Rhode Island in July 2018 after living in Georgia for a year and a half, we were able to film at the garage, and also interview Hatem to hear from him firsthand. This is the kind of storytelling we here at Cinema Jubilee LOVE to do 🙂 Shot on the Panasonic Lumix GH5, Panasonic Lumix G85, and DJI Mavic Pro; edited on Premiere Pro using the FilmConvert plugin to color grade. Film stock used: Plrd 600.

By Abraham Kalaoun
Sony A7Sii, FJ Velvia 100
Instant Surf

Matt Smith has been shooting Polaroid and instant photographs for over a decade, capturing surfing and beach life that surrounds and inspires him. He breathes new life into a near-extinct photography medium, specialising in expired film and using an impressive armoury of vintage cameras he has collected over the years. CREDITS Directed, filmed & edited: Adam Bell Interviewer & sound recordist: Adam Murray Music: Ben Crystal Production assistant: Katy Gallop

By Adam Bell
Sony a6300, FJ 8553 ET
HOLLOKO - THE LIVING VILLAGE / short film

HOLLOKO is a Paloc ethnographic village in Hungary/Europe, part of the WORLD HERITAGE. It's name means 'RAVEN STONE' in Hungarian. The village considered the MOST photographed village in Hungary, located approximately 57 miles from Budapest, the capital of Hungary. This remarkable place has traditionally been in habited by PALOC people. PALOC speak an old dialect of Hungarian and have preserved their characteristic architecture and their fold costumes. Recognition of the cultural significance of the settlement was given in 1987 when Holloko was the first village in the WORLD to be added to UNESCO's world Heritage List. The village, which lies in a small valley, has burned down several times ( the last time was back in 1909 ) but each time the inhabitants rebuilt their houses in almost the same shape and forms. Of the nearly 60 houses around the originally 14 century wooden-towered church a museum village has been made. Several of the buildings, some of which have traditional carved woo

By ZOLTANFILMS
Sony A7sII, FJ H160s Pro
A Árvore da Arte ( The Art Tree)

Amazon forest based photographer Rodrigo Tomzhinsky (Tom) talks about how it is to portrait sensual human connection with nature in one of the most remote jungles in the world. The Art Tree project features it's first episode of a series that displays artist's passions in their numerous branches.

By Rafael Sarno
Sony A7s, FJ Ast 100
Behind The Scenes - Dogs of War

A comic music video documentary of how we filmed our short film "Dogs of War"

By Pece Zdravkovski
Canon EOS 7DMKii, FJ Prov 100
The Finish Line

Look around, Open your eyes. Listen to your mind, hear what it says. Take hold of it, embrace it, This is your one life. The Finish Line is a short film that uses conventions of advertising as means to communicate an ideology to the millennial generation. Since taking a year off from University and working in commercial photography, I developed my own unique outlook on life. This has come from my belief that people become too content with their place in life. They create a ‘finish line’ in their head and once they are there they settle for what they have. People become content with living their life going from point A to point B. We instead should always be on a path of self improvement no matter where we are. This can be translated into future career prospects, fitness, skills, everything that you have a set goal for already. We should not be living our life looking forward to the finish line, it is irrelevant. The journey, the grind, the process is what you need to learn to l

By Doug
Sony AIII, FJ 8543 VD
Arts Explorers: John Muir Award

In the summer a group of young people embarked to discover, explore and conserve the Fingringhoe Wick Nature Reserve. They Shared the experience through photography, filmmaking animation and wild writing. They all worked towards gaining a John Muir Award, the award scheme for people of all backgrounds – groups, families, individuals. It’s non-competitive, inclusive and accessible. Here is a taster of the week.

By Jamie
Sony RX100 M4, FJ 8553 ET
Tagebuchfilm September 2018

Monthly compilation of images, sounds, impressions and atmospheres in loose diary form. This film is from September 2018 and takes place in Barcelona.

By Simon Essl
Scarlet W, FJ Velvia 100
The 94 Year Old Granny Who Danced Away Despair

An international popband sensation of centenarian grannies? Yep, it’s KBG84. People in the Okinawa island chain in southern Japan live to be the oldest anywhere in the world. It is designated a BlueZone and has one of the highest concentrations of centenarians. While both men and women of older generations live long lives, women tend to outlive their male counterparts and make it well into their 100s – and Tomi-San is no exception. Unavoidable when you live that long, tragedy entered Tomi’s life when both her son & husband passed away. Tomi found herself in a deep depression. This is the story of how she faced unimaginable hardship and sorrow in her life and in the process broke through barriers beyond her wildest dreams. Film Convert played a role in the final grade as we looked to really bring out the granny's age, frailty, yet paradoxical ruggedness.

By Stephan Boeker
Panasonic EVA 1, KD 5213 Vis3
John Hartman - People and Place

"From his earliest years as an artist, Hartman has been drawn to the (extremely complicated, extremely difficult) discipline of portraiture, and it is this fascination that has brought him, almost inevitably, to the subject of writers. Hartman is a reader, for one thing. But, for another, writers are cut from the same cloth as Hartman in many ways. They are observant. They are more comfortable with individuals than they are with generalizations. They do not imagine that time is a simple sequence. And they see landscapes – whether the Miramachi River in New Brunswick or MacLaughlin Point in British Columbia – as places where stories are kept. The same can be said of a face. It’s a history. It’s a revelation. It’s a map." – David Macfarlane Graded with FilmConvert

By David Hartman
Canon 5D markIII, FJ 8553 ET
Seconds Out

Darryll Williams is a young, black boxer who grew up in the tougher parts of south east London. Bullied and marginalised at school, Darryll fell into a life of drugs, drinking and crime. But boxing called him and brought direction, meaning and a new relationship into his life. 'Seconds Out' is both a glimpse into Darryll's life and an intimate look at the courageous, compelling and often redemptive world of boxing. Written, directed and produced by Richard Wilson. Director of Photography, Benjamin Ealovega. Filmed by Benjamin Ealovega and Richard Wilson. Edited by Richard Wilson. Featuring Darryll Williams, John Sims, Dean Powell and Sam Dixon.

By Richard Wilson
Sony A7S, KD P400 Ptra
Makers Who Inspire: Paul Vasileff

As a young boy Paul Vasileff found his love for fashion while learning to sew with his grandmother. Now at 27, he has founded his own couture house and made an unquestionable mark on the industry. Often inspired by a fable or fairytale, Paul designs every gown the label creates. His couture has dressed countless celebrities and graced red carpets around the world, including the Oscars and the Met Gala. As well as becoming one of Australia’s leading designers, Paul is also the first South Australian to launch a collection at Paris Fashion Week and has been awarded Young Australian of the Year by the Prime Minister. In this Makers Who Inspire documentary, Paul discusses his inspirations, passions and love for his work.

By Henry Thong