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John Deere • Farming is in Their Blood

John Deere is helping farmers adapt with precision technology that connects people, equipment and technology to make a good farm even better. To let the world know about, we went to Clear Meadow Farm in White Hall, Maryland and documented one family's multi-generational story. The key was to make the story feel authentic, so other farmers would connect emotionally. The Rose family let us into their homes and their lives for three days while we captured their spirit. Shoot details: 3 day shoot 5 person crew [from Racepoint Global agency in Boston] 2 Sony A7riis, 1 Movi M5, and a small assortment of Sony Batis lenses 1 Drone I served as a videographer, main editor and colorist on this project. My grade used Film Convert's FJ Provia 100 for the dusk shots in the beginning of the film, and the remainder of the footage used FJ 8553 ET.

Nikon D800, KD P400 Ptra

Home lives inside us depicts the reality of four homeless people through objects that are part of the environment they live in. Seen from a different angle, these objects show what can still be considered “home” in the lives of Aloísio, Marlon, Lenice and Alex. These four citizens are invisible to society, but these objects reveal the desire for humanization expressed in their improvised homes, among a large city’s many adversities With an unpublished text by Tarso de Melo, a distinguished poet of the latest writers’ generation of São Paulo, Home lives inside us is an extremely urban narrative, simultaneously raw and sensitive. In it, objects represent one of contemporaneity’s most serious problems: housing, in a context in which human beings are disposable objects, often invisible.

By Alexandre P. Macedo
BlackMagic Cinema Camera, KD 5213 Vis3

The humbling story of an adopted child that went from sleeping in a one room house in the Caribbean, getting water from a well everyday, to living in America.

By Jake Beyer
Panasonic GH4, FJ 8543 VD
The Ballot or the Bullet | An American Portrait

As a Canadian traveling through Baltimore and Washington during the time of the Trump election, I noticed a lot of things that stood out to me. The anger, aggression and divide between the political parties, the extremely evident racial separation and the stark contrast between the rich and the poor. These things were all incredibly prominent as we drove through the streets of these cities. I wanted to create a video that would not only show this, but also deliver a message that to me, all this divide and anger does not make any sense. In the world that we live in today, we need more love and compassion, we need more understanding for each other and we need to make a change.

By Nick Schafer
FS5, KD 5213 Vis3
Tales from Japan -Reylia Slaby Fine Art Photography-

"My inspiration comes from what I believe to be the truths in life." Reylia Slaby Filmed over a period of just two days, this mini documentary is a brief and intimate look into the world of fine art photographer Reylia Slaby. Born and raised in the Osaka region of Japan, Reylia has been deeply influenced by all she has seen growing up in this foreign land that she also calls home. Find out more about Reylia and her award-winning artwork at

By matt
URSA MINI PRO, FJ Velvia 100
Sheep Shearing Down Under -World-renowned Roseville Corriedale Rams-

An introduction to the sheep shearing process and the world-renowned fleece of Roseville Corriedales in Kingsvale, NSW Australia. This work is particularly close to heart as I was born and raised just 20 minutes away in the country town of Young, the Cherry Capital of Australia.

By matt
Sony FS5, KD P400 Ptra
Reclaimed Lights - ARP - Celebration Chandelier

xxxxx offers an insight into the craft and work of the immensely talented London based British designer/artist Alkesh Parmar who turns discarded scrap materials into amazing sculptures of lights, this short film explores Alkesh's practice, presenting the work of his recent project - Celebration Chandelier. His work often utilises banal everyday objects, most of the time these materials are discarded after use such as the champagne corks used for this chandelier. “The notion of recycling is an important part to my practice, however this is not my prime objective.” The central point of his work is light and the relationship it shares with the objects. The corks are hollowed out and outfitted with LED bulbs, programmed with circuitry which then customised to various interiors including restaurants, bars and homes. Each cork is hand crafted into individual lamps and grouped together to form a neutral, warm and beautiful chandelier. --- Designer/Artist: Alkesh Parmar Directed &

By C Sheng
Canon 5D Mark 3, FJ 8543 VD
Bella Haven - #FilmConvert

Girls who are in potentially dangerous homes and situations are rescued and given a home, nourishment, education and above all LOVE. We can't right all the wrongs in the world but we can change the world- one kind act at a time. Loved using the Film Convert Stock in getting the look and feel right.

By Gershom
Sony A6300, FJ 8553 ET
Ode To Mendenhall Glacier

This is the first video in a mini series that reveals the ecosystem of Southeast Alaska. In this video we get to go inside the Mendenhall Glacier which is located in Juneau Alaska, and see all the wonders of the slow moving river of ice.

By Mircea Brown
Red Scarlet MX, KD 5207 Vis3
The Chance for a New Life - The Sara Kruzan Story

“The Chance for a New Life” depicts Sara Kruzan’s journey from being sexually trafficked as a young girl to her conviction for murder and sentence of life imprisonment. For seven years, attorneys at Perkins Coie worked tirelessly in support of Sarah’s bid for freedom. Here is their true story.

By Matteo Bava
Sony Fs5, FJ 8543 VD
on my knees, like an orphan

For this short film "on my knees, like an orphan," I shot with the Sony Fs5 and 6500 and two different iPhones. In post, I used several stocks FilmConvert stocks to create looks with meaning. The stories tied together with "Life, Life" -- a song from Ryuichi Sakamoto's new record, music which he has shared as part of the |async International Short Film Contest. Because I live in a city, I fight for nature. And every time I am in nature, I do feel the awe. So that is why I named this short film from final lines of the poem: "I dedicate myself, on my knees, like an orphan, Alone - among mirrors - fenced in by reflections: Cities and seas, iridescent, intensified. A mother in tears takes a child on her lap." David Sylvain's resonant voice gives emotional force to these words were written by Aseny Tarkovsky, the poet and father of Andrei Tarkovsky, the filmmaker to whom the Ryuichi Sakamoto | async - International short film competition project is dedicated. I have always

By Matthew Kohn
Sony Fs5, KD 5207 Vis3
Cthulhu Dawn

It was my friends lifelong dream to see the giant Cuttlefish aggregation in Whyalla, South Australia. I went and documented it for him.

By mitch payne
Panasonic GH5, KD P400 Ptra
Betsy's World

In the summer of 2017, Betsy Wyeth was honored with the Maine in America award by the Farnsworth Museum. Betsy was Andrew Wyeth's wife, and an integral part of his work and success. "Betsy's World" takes a look into the world of the Wyeths, and tells the behind the scenes stories of some of Andrew's most famous works, from the perspective of his visionary wife, Betsy.

By Sam Brosnan
Sony A7s, KD P400 Ptra
Lost in Cuba

Cuba is a very different place, you arrive there with absolutely no idea of what to expect and every single moment, you're finding something new for yourself - uncover an alternative reality of the world around you. Cuba is a unique place with wonderful people. This is the one thing that really stuck in our minds and hearts - People are merry and very grateful. Cuban people have an enormous weight on their shoulders and their lives are far away from being simple or easy, but despite everything, they still always sincerely smile and are always willing to help and give. Their internal strength is truly inspiring. We've made real friends and met men and women whom we've known for a very long time, knowing them just for a few seconds. I invite you to look into the lives of some of the people that we were lucky to meet during our trip.

By TImur Tugalev
Canon 70D, FJ 8543 VD
Our Rising Sea

This short film examines the effects of global warming and the impact it is having on rising waters, particularly in South Florida.

By Timothy Zelins
Sony FS7, KD 5207 Vis3
Working the Sea

'Working the Sea' follows the fortunes of the Bagwells, a Sidmouth fishing family from the forties when young Stan was fishing with his father in a borrowed boat, to the nineties when they have two fish shops, two trawlers fishing out of Brixham, and three boats working off the beach at Sidmouth. Then, tragedy strikes and the women of the family pick up the pieces. The film also weaves the contemporary users of the coast, from the sailing club to the lifeboat, into the narrative. So this is ultimately a film about community spirit and how a mutual love of and respect for the sea draws people together. 'This stunning film: fascinating and inspiring, funny and humbling is a powerful reminder how lucky we are on the coast'. Louise Cole Director Sidmouth Coastal Community Hub CIC Director of Photography Simon Vacher, Narrator Tara Griefenberg, Editor Simon Vacher, Written, Directed & Produced by Jo Stewart-Smith A Butterfly

By Simon Vacher
Blackmagic Cinema Camera, KD 5213 Vis3
Up There

What's like to be 'up there'? Former boxing champion Daniel Rasilla takes us to the boxing ring to make us feel what he felt there.

By Álvaro de la Hoz
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
Sony a6300 , FJ 8543 VD
Gone Astray | Groves Adventure

We were commissioned by Groves Adventure Cyclist and valued client, Matt Welbourn to produce a short film for his ‘Gone Astray’ bikepacking initiative.

By Harry Hughes
Sony a6500, FJ 8563 RL
Artist Profile: Jason Arias “Contact”

Artist Profile on composer Jason Arias. Jason highlights his inspiration and process when creating his new album "Contact" and talks about what he plans to do next. "Contact" is now available on iTunes, Google Play, and Amazon. Film by Marc Lyon Galang Camera: Sony a6500 Lens: Sony E PZ 18-105mm F4 G OSS Edit: Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 Grade: SLog 3 with Film Convert

By unknown
Blackmagic Micro Cinema Camera, KD 5207 Vis3

Daisaku & Takae have run their local grocery store in the hills of Hiroshima together for the last 53 years. In that time they have seen huge changes in their neighbourhood, and profound changes in the way local people shop for essentials. From humble beginnings selling cigarettes from a window in their family home to a bustling grocery store that served their community, they have seen and felt the rise of supermarkets and convenience stores and the impact that has had on their livelihood. Here they tell their story of how it started, what keeps them working, and what they will do when they finally retire. CREDITS Direction/DOP/Sound/Edit/Grade by John Kung Translation and Interview by Iku Motonaga Very special thanks to Daisaku and Takae for their generous telling of their story.

By John Kung