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Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 6K, KD 5207 Vis3
The Americano | Chef Scott Conant

Soul. What began as an opportunity to create a simple restaurant menu sizzle reel turned into something so much more. We spent two days with world renowned Chef Scott Conant in an intimate setting, capturing him in his element at The Americano, his new Italian-inspired steakhouse in the heart of Scottsdale, AZ. We learned a valuable lesson when landing this once in a lifetime gig with Scott: When you have the opportunity to speak with someone about their craft, whatever it may be, it’s important to take the time to really dig deep and discover what pushes them to show up every day and push for their very best. And with this project, we did just that.

By Kevin
BMPCC 4K, DJI MINI 2, KD P400 Ptra

I went out in my local area (Wood Green) North London and filmed some random test footage with the drone and camera put it together

By Shot By Musical D
Sony FX9, KD 5207 Vis3
The Steam

In the shadow of Yosemite National Park, the oldest and youngest crew members of a historic steam railroad reflect on their passion for their craft and its future in an uncertain world. The Yosemite Mountain Sugar Pine Railroad in Fish Camp, CA has operated tourist trains on two miles of track in the Sierra National Forest since 1967. Joseph Bispo and Diego Morales are two of the crew members whose passion for steam-powered railroading keeps the YMSPRR running day after day, year after year. Their personal histories, the challenges they've faced and overcome, and their dedication to the trade are the heart of this film.

By Matthew Mealer
Canon C200, FJ Prov 100
Lebanon | Beirut Blast

A few weeks back the city of Beirut in Lebanon experienced a massive explosion in the heart of the city. The explosion blasted out windows and tore down buildings for blocks. Many are left wounded, 100’s of innocent lives were lost and over 300,000 people are displaced from their homes.

By Valentin Sevostyanchuk
Canon XF 100, KD 5207 Vis3
Das goldene Herz/The golden heart

Since 2003, Bernd Schittenhelm has been managing the tenth generation over 300 years of the family business as a blacksmith in Germany. In summer 2020 Bernd Schittenhelm forged a heart out of iron with masterly craftsmanship. Anita Schittenhelm covered it with 24 carat gold; the sculptor Eugen Lothar Hirneise created the base for it. The work will be auctioned by Volker Siegle on October 16, 2020 as part of the business weeks for the Boeblingen region. The proceeds go to the community of young people with high needs in the City Quartier Böblingen,

By Walter Korinek
Panasonic Lumix GH5, KD 5207 Vis3
Crossfit Eastside Classic Winter 2020

Video I realized for the Crossfit competition East Side Classic Winter Edition 2020 in Sherbrooke in collaboration with Fonctions Optimum & l'Usine Crossfit Sherbrooke. First time ever using the FilmConvert Nitrate Plugin and I loved it. The plugin is really more than just a simple lut applied to your footage. I used the KD 5207 Vis3 film stock with the GH5 Cine-D color profile ! Camera : Panasonic GH5 Lenses : Sigma 18-35mm f/1.8 & Tamron 24-70mm F/2.8 G2

By Gabriel Larkin
Sony A7Sii, FJ SuperX 400
The Skin of the Devil

With its remote beauty and strong, independently-minded people, Trás-os-Montes (meaning ‘beyond the mountains’) is one of the most isolated and genuinely unspoilt parts of southern Europe. Plateaus and majestic mountains make up the scenery while untouched historical villages keep the traditions alive. Podence is one of those small villages, made famous by an ongoing ritual that dates back more than 2000 years, to Roman times, where devil and men run, hand in hand, causing havoc and misfits. The “Caretos de Podence” is a devilish ritual that stood the test of time, a ritual where men are allowed to incarnate the devil by setting free their primary instinct and innate behaviour: the search for the woman.

By Jose Maria
Panasonic Gh5, FJ 8553 ET
Collapsing Time

Zoe Keller is a graphite artist creating large-scale, highly detailed drawings. using the traditions of scientific illustration, she weaves complex visual narratives about at-risk species and wild places. Collapsing Time takes a look at the motivations behind her work. Director: Dorian Warneck Composer: Andrei Mihailovic Production Company: Person People Instagram: @personpeoplepdx @dorianwarneck @zoekellerart More at

By Dorian Warneck
Canon C200, KD 5207 Vis3
Laura Brennan on HPV prevention

From Co Clare Ireland Laura Brennan, a selfless campaigner, tells her story and spreds her message about the HPV vaccine.

By Niels B
Canon C100, FJ 8543 VD
The SoulBox Project

A short documentary about one artist's response to the gun violence epidemic in the USA.

By NickBrown
A7SII, FJ 8543 VD

A mysterious trip in the life of a martial artist grand master Davide Morini and his in-depth knowledge of nordic rune meditation

By daniel visintin
Canon 7D MkII, FJ 8553 ET
Reclaiming Words

Fine-artist Deniz Ozlu explores different media in and outside the studio.

By Alexei Zagdansky
Blackmagic URSA Mini 4.6K, FJ Velvia 100
Little Nothing

We partnered with NGO, NCompass, to highlight the importance of education in Titanyen, Haiti and their efforts to spread opportunity country-wide.

By Edward Cuddy
Canon EOS 5D Mark IV, KD P400 Ptra
No Arm, No Excuses: The Porter Ellet Story

Porter Ellett, who lost the use of his right arm in an accident at age 4 and had it surgically removed at 16, hasn’t let loss of limb—or anything else—hold him back. From buttering toast to swimming straight to typing quickly on a computer, Ellett has learned to adapt and to look for the positives in life. He now works as the Kansas City Chiefs Assistant Coach while also sharing his experiences as a motivational speaker.

By Bradley Slade
Fujifilm X-T3 and Ninja V, KD 5207 Vis3
Why mountains and not the city?

A short documentary about a couple who chose to live in the mountains instead of the big city.

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Sony a6500, KD 5207 Vis3

Two beatboxers struggle to reconcile their artistic passions with their need to make a living. Living in Germany, beatboxers Chris Bresgen aka "Tash" and Robin Calderolla aka "Babeli" live at opposite ends of the professional spectrum. While Chris works a steady job and makes a good salary, Babeli has been a professional beatboxer for over 10 years. Both struggle to make a living while keeping up with their ultimate passion.

By Connor Smyers
Sony A7iii, FJ H400 Pro
Lost Shadow

Lost Shadow is about a woman that is lost in the world. This is based on a true story. Film Convert To vote for our film visit: We thank you for your support. Cast and Crew Credits: Cast Jasmine Bittar - Actress Crew Tyler Williams - Gaffer, DP Taylor Rountree - Director, Writer, Sound Design Luke Riether - AC, Editor, VFX Design Music was supplied by - Ryan Taubert - Lament for peace

By Taylor Rountree
Sony A7 III, DJI Mavic Pro, FJ 8553 ET
Kidz for a Cleaner Curacao

Curacao is a beautiful island in the Caribbean with a great biodiversity of marine life, volcanos, tropical beaches, Mangroves and coral reefs. Curacao is home to endangered species like the sea turtle and Caribbean flamingo. Thats why Maya Mathias founded the Greenkidz Project in 2015 to contribute to a cleaner and healthier Curacao. Together with her colleagues, she developed a program to teach children about plastic and recycling in their schools. We visited Maya and the Greenkidz to document their important work.

By Janis Klinkenberg
GH5s, FJ Velvia 100
Yarn 2058

This beautiful film spotlights artist Melissa Spratt and Relative Creative as they collaborate on this textile piece of protest art. The artwork is contemporary in nature while the film is nostalgic in style. The aim was to compliment the nostalgia that yarn invokes while emphasis on the process and philosophy of this exciting piece of artwork that is described as futures map. This works was graded with FilmConvert.

By salvador
Sony A6500, FJ 8553 ET
The Story of One Photo


By Denis Komarov
Sony A6500, KD 5207 Vis3

Now he's 94, Ken reckons he doesn't put the hammer down in the Jag anymore. We're not sure about that. A short film about Ken Blackney and his classic '67 E-Type Jaguar—a car that keeps him connected with his family and friends.

By Nicholas Chadderton
Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4k , KD 5213 Vis3
Melody - New Life Personal Stories | Depression

This is a micro documentary I made for New Life Foundation in Thailand about Melody who has struggled with depression and anxiety and tells her story of recovery and healing. I shot it on a BMPCC4k in Chiang Rai, Northern Thailand, for a non profit centre that supports people in recovery

By alex delfont
Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4k, KD 5213 Vis3
Suad - New Life Personal Stories | Burnout [ FilmConvert ]

This is a micro documentary I made for New Life Foundation in Thailand about Suad who has struggled with burnout and tells her story of recovery and healing. I shot it on a BMPCC4k in Chiang Rai, Northern Thailand, for a non profit centre that supports people in recovery

By alex delfont
Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4k, KD 5213 Vis3
Riss - New Life Personal Stories | Addiction

This is a micro documentary I made for New Life Foundation in Thailand about Riss who has struggled with addiction and tells her story of recovery and healing. I shot it on a BMPCC4k in Chiang Rai, Northern Thailand, for a non profit centre that supports people in recovery

By alex delfont
Red Gemini, KD 5207 Vis3
A Woman's Calling

Doomadgee women look beyond themselves, rekindling a sense of purpose by helping Papua New Guinean women in extreme poverty. This documentary was a journey of exploration for the heart of our story, Veronica. This story lives in two locations, Doomadgee, Australia, a remote indigenous community and Mabaduan, Papua New Guinea, an even more remote coastal community. Our team consisted of an international team (director from USA, DP & Cinematographer from Canada), while our subjects were from a remote indigenous community in the far north west Queensland, Australia and our travel took us to an incredibly remote village in Papua New Guinea. Film Convert was our primary tool for grading and added the essential emotional theme.

By Fisch
Sony a7iii, KD P400 Ptra
Black Moon

A short film focusing on devoted Australian photographer, Trent Mitchell and his experimental pursuits with the medium of photography. The film documents the creative process Trent takes to achieve his latest bodysurf series: Inner Atlas.

By Robert Sherwood
Sony A7Sii, KD TMx 100

A short documentary I made of my friend Ammar who works at the deli down the street from me.

By Richard C
Red Epic Dragon, KD P400 Ptra
a midwestern palette: angela venarchik

angela venarchik is a ceramic artist living on lake michigan in chicago. her work is minimal and neat, placing an emphasis on form and function rather than image or decoration. mainly inspired by the landscape of the prairie state and the great lakes, the wide-open spaces of the plains are expressed through clean and minimal design. she works in a color palette that reflects golden native grasses, stormy summer skies, snow-covered urban landscapes and the saturated blues of lake michigan. each piece carries a deep, clear sense of place. angela's work is a celebration of design, craftsmanship & midwestern life. we spent two days with angela, documenting her processes and bringing those back to the places in which the work was inspired.

By Alexander P. Donnelly
Panasonic GH4, KD P400 Ptra
Greg Runions - Suite Vincent

20 years ago, composer and percussionist Greg Runions put a band together to record a series of tunes inspired by the legendary Kenny Wheeler coming to town for a one-off concert where he would perform with Greg's big band. At the time they only managed to get a demo recording of the show, so 20 years later the band came back together in the studio to lay down the compositions as a complete recording featuring some of Canada's top players in the jazz scene.

By Josh Lyon
Sony FS5, FJ Ast 100

Mayumi Makino Kiefer is an MFA student at the University of Oklahoma.

By Mason Drumm
hacked panasonic gh2 canon 550d with ml, FJ H160s Pro
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By stachu furman
Nikon D7200, FJ H160s Pro
Mount Wellington/ Kunanyi

No matter where you are in Hobart you are never far away from the City’s beloved mountain, kunanyi / Mt Wellington. An extensive network of walking and mountain bike tracks are great ways of exploring the mountain, taking visitors past waterfalls, through fern glades and gullies, and opening up great views of Hobart and on good days the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area. I acknowledges the Tasmanian Aboriginal People as the Traditional Owners and ongoing custodians of lutruwita, Tasmania. We pay our respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and to their Elders past, present and emerging.

By Lopes Sezabo
Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 6K, KD 5207 Vis3
The Weekend Beekeeper

Our friend Jes is a talented photographer who happens to be a beekeeper on her spare time. She asked us if we wanted to come and film her bees. We then decided to turn this into a little doco. This was originally prompted by the fact that bees were recently declared the most important living beings on this planet. Thus was filmed in the Blue Mountains, close to Sydney, Australia.

By Florent Piovesan
Sony a6300, FJ 8543 VD
Our life with Dogo Argentino

We are please to present you this short doc about our life with dogo argentino. We are showing you what the others don't dear to show. We will give you access to our love our fears and our intimity: take care of it!

By manuel
Marian Hirschfeld, Kamil Hertwig, FJ 8543 VD
ZipZap - From Cape Towns Streets to the Circus

The Nongovernmental Organization “ZipZap: Inspiring kids for life” offeres kids a new home, a meaning and a place to live and learn. For many kids this means the way from the barracks to the big stages. However, the over twothousand kids and youngsters stem from different social strata and are affected from different pasts. In ZipZap they are all equal and have same chance to enter the circus family. This was the case for Aviwe, who came to the circus school as a youngster and returned home after years, saying “Now I am feeling like I am going into the right direction. ZipZap changed my life”.

By Marian Hirschfeld
Panasonic GH4, FJ 8543 VD
"I see past my disability".

This is a film about an inspirational young man. Johnny Botton has faced challenges that many could not even contemplate. His journey through foster care, living with cerebral palsy and overcoming the prejudices that come with these, have made Johnny a role model and example to many. Johnny used to visit our family on respite for holidays. It was always obvious that his upbeat, compassionate and positive outlook on life was going to guide serve him well. My own children and foster children regard Johnny as a surrogate brother, and it was inevitable that I would do a film about Johnny at some point.

By Andrew Keeping
Panasonic GH5, IL D3200

Breathe is a 2 min documentary about Ted Eriksson and his near death experience. The film explores how it has affected him, his thoughts and his way of life. Language: Swedish Subtitles: English Directed by Bjorn Tobiasson Produced by Ted Eriksson & Bjorn Tobiasson Shot & Edited by Bjorn Tobiasson

By Bjorn Tobiasson
Sony A7S II, FJ Prov 100
Stories from Silk Island - Trailer

A trailer for Stories from Silk Island. A short distance from the frenetic capital city of Cambodia, Koh Dach - or Silk Island - is its own world of farmers and floodplains; silk weavers and shortfall. It is here that EmbraceAbility has made its home, providing services aimed at empowering children with disabilities and their families to lift themselves from poverty, promoting their dignity and independence so that they may participate fully in their communities. Stories of Note presents Stories from Silk Island, a series of films that looks candidly into the eyes of Koh Dach children and into the minds of their parents, giving unique insight into a life unlike ours, and a journey with EmbraceAbility towards equality and inclusivity.

By Caleb Yule
DJI Osmo, KD 5213 Vis3

Anthracite is the most valuable coal. With my camera, I submerged into an old mining tunnel near my hometown of Osnabrück in western Germany. The "Hasestollen" was laid out between 1853 and 1856. The tunnel was excavated and opened to the public in 1997. The point of the film is LIFE. Workers might lost their lives doing their work, but ... there is still life where there is light down there. With the soundtrack I also made this life audible. A film by Wolfgang D. Schott – graded with filmconvert

By Wolfgang D. Schott
Canon XC10 4K, FJ 8543 VD
Stolen Glory: Eagle Fallen

This Award winning short is about the attack on America's National bird, and the perilous situations they incur because of poaching.

By Willie Jae
Arri Amira, FJ 8543 VD
Holy Spokes - Mopedism

A short 3-min doco about the gifted custom moped & bike builders Holy Spokes and their wild bunch of motor heads. I challenged myself to create a documentary without quotes, trying to captures the essence of what makes these motor heads tick without words. During the shoot it struck me that their way of life somehow resembles the 4 stages of life in Hinduism, hence the expression Mopedism in the title. Btw: The bylines of the chapter titles are in slangy Swiss German, translating the English main titles with a slight irony - unfortunately this cannot be adequately translated into English without getting lost in translation.

By Yves Scagliola
Canon 5D Mark III, KD 5213 Vis3
La Fortuna

Documentary based on the daily work of gold miners in Abangares, Costa Rica. La Fortuna is the name of the mine where the film was made.

By Ferdinand Salazar
Black Magic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K , FJ 8543 VD
The Journey To The HEARING documentary & trailer

Follow me on this journey of completing this short film. With all it’s hardships and challenges of being a one man film maker. No excuses. Follow your dreams, and NEVER give up. Stay to the end for a exclusive sneak peak at my new short film “The HEARING”.

By DeVon Walker
Sony A7SII, FJ 8553 ET

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By Tristan Jason Barrocks
Sony A7III, FS5 MKII, FJ 8553 ET
Connecting The Dots | A Film about the Black Canadian Experience

Connecting The Dots is a film that was funded by Black History Ottawa and Directed by Tristan Barrocks to showcase the unique experiences of Black Canadian communities. These are our perspectives Our Contributions Our Voices Our Talents Our Communities Our Stories For more information please reach-out to myself or the connecting the dots team. 2 years of planning. 7 months of filming. 6 PROVINCES. 15 CITIES. 18 COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT SESSIONS. Over 2,000 dots ••• connected. More than 12,000 volunteer hours. A national tour criss-crossing the nation comes to a head.✊🏽✊🏾✊🏿 Premiering nationally online - the trailer for the feature docu-series - CONNECTING THE DOTS. Videocred: Tristan Barrocks The Digital Storyteller

By Tristan Jason Barrocks
Sony a7sII, KD 5207 Vis3

Treefunkers is a band from Puerto Morelos, Mexico that has fused funk, rock and balkan music for some time. This film shows the performing of their brand new album "The Mission" with collaboration of many performance cirque artists on different songs, to capture the attention of the audience and transforme it, in an emotional journey.

By digitalriots
Nikon D800, FJ 8563 RL
Oleg - The Hunter

This is a short story about Oleg, who spends a lot of time in Taiga (Evenkia region, central Russia) woods to hunt there. Almost like “The Last of the Mohicans” Oleg lives in Taiga wilderness, 130km away from the closest village. It’s been 30 years since he started to live and hunt by the Diupkun lake. Sometimes a few men who come to help him on hunting matters stay there too. The average temperature while filming was around -40°C. Shot with Nikon D800 and graded with Filmconvert Pro.

By Estas Tonne
Lumix GH4, FJ 8553 ET
Eagle's "DAYMARE"

There is a centuries-old tradition in this land, hunting with Eagles tradition, as some sources mentioned more than 6000 years old. This tradition was crucial to maintain since it was a part of survival for locals in order to survive the harsh Mongolian climate. That was in the old days... By now there is no more need to hunt using the eagles and in our days it serves more like a show to attract tourism versus the survival of mankind. Should this centuries-old tradition be cherished and continued for years to come or should it be abandoned and left to stay only in stories that glorified humans as superior beings? Shot with Lumix GH4, Nikon D800 and graded with Filmconvert Pro.

By Estas Tonne
Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K, KD 5207 Vis3
Singing in the Dark

This documentary explores the life of a blind singer whose music has inspired thousands of people through modern history. It shows that all one needs is love and faith to create art that touches people despite all odds. A special thank you goes out to AT&T Shape and Ellis Hall ( for making this film possible.

By Raouf Zaki
Canon 7D, IL D400
Pelicula + Lava FilmConvert

Through these recorded images of the chemical action exerted by lavandina on filmic material, it reminds and keeps memory of the manipulation and censorship that the National and International cinema suffered between the end of 1974 and the beginning of 1980 in Argentina.

By Alejo Maglio