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Canon C200, KD 5207 Vis3
Jenni Sparks - Map Illustrator

London-based illustrator Jenni Sparks talks about the cultural influences behind her art and how she approaches creating her popular maps of world cities. Shot on Canon C200 in raw, graded with FilmConvert.

By Mr Dominick Soar
Canon C200, KD 5207 Vis3
Amber Arifeen - The Modern Self

Amber Arifeen is an artist from Pakistan, studying in London. Her feminist practice combines her experience growing up in Pakistan with her previous career and study in International Development, examining the modern concept of self and identity for women globally. Shot/directed and edited/graded by Dominick Soar. Shot in Canon C200 raw, with Canon 17-55mm and graded with FilmConvert.

By Mr Dominick Soar
Canon C200, KD 5207 Vis3
WG Studios - Master Craftsmen

Excerpt from a documentary-style promotional piece about high-end furniture makers in south London. Shot/directed and edited/graded by Dominick Soar. Shot in raw on Canon C200, with Canon 17-55mm 2.8 and Black Pro Mist 1/4. Graded with FilmConvert.

By Mr Dominick Soar
Zcam E2, KD P400 Ptra

Rush - a collective of young race car drivers pursuing their passion for speed.

By Bob
Sony Fs7, KD 5207 Vis3
25s x Tasmainia

Chef Ollie Wong Hee talks through his move to Hobart and the suppliers he works with.

By mit
Panasonic GH5s, FJ 8553 ET
The Last Bark

This is the story of 1 man and his 750 dogs. We follow Sasha through his daily struggle to get as many dogs as possible of the streets and into their forever homes. A heartbreaking and moving story about the true hero in the modern world.

By Nikola Živic
Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera, KD 5207 Vis3
Mesha & Me

An intimate peek into one day in 11 years with my dog Mesha, a Miniature Pinscher. She came with me on trips all over Japan, spending a lot of time on the road, waiting for the right light and weather conditions to photograph rural and coastal areas. In September 2018 I started filming clips to rough out the concept and later re-shoot it with another camera in various locations over several months. Unfortunately in September 2019, Mesha passed away suddenly and unexpectedly before I could finish the project the way I had envisioned. This documentary is made with the footage I had up until that point.

By Steven
A7III, FJ 8553 ET
The Kingdom Of Charity In Pahang, Malaysia, Graded w/film convert

This video is about a non-profit housing over 100 senior citizens who are underprivileged, abandoned, critically ill, or mentally ill. Sang Riang, founded by Yap and two friends in 2003, run by a committee and helpers who are all volunteers started with six inmates and has since cared for over 400 homeless senior citizens. Our team has always hoped that the video can be served as a medium for them to tell their story and spread the word about their cause, most importantly to help the old folks home to get more support from the public and reach new audiences

By Jack Tee
Panasonic GH5, KD 5207 Vis3
Stephen Ridley Documentary Film

With his incredible charisma and musical energy, he charges everyone he meets on his way. His fate is a vivid example of the fact that a person is able to create his desired future in spite of life circumstances. His story will respond to anyone who has come across a choice: to leave everything as it is or to take a step into the unknown, following the dream. His music is an awakening to life and a manifestation of real feelings. Stephen Ridley is one of the heroes of our time, and we will be glad to meet you with him.

By Dmitry
FS7, KD 5207 Vis3
Medium Good

Chris Robb reflects on his life's work when the courts he's spent his life developing a community around are closed.

By Andrew Kleczek
A7s/C100, FJ 8553 ET

Vladimir is a series of contradictions held together in one person by a peaceful outlook on life. All old footage and photos used are in the public domain.

By Andrew Kleczek
Sonya7S2, FJ 8543 VD
Muaythai Monumental

Documentary for Project Muaythai Monumental in Lima, PERU

By Gonzalo Iglesias
Panasonic GH5, FJ 8543 VD
Mueble, objeto vivo

Video Portrait for Javier Rubio, artist, carpenter

By Gonzalo Iglesias
Sony a6500, IL D3200

Video Portrait to Piccolo Clemente, World Champion ISA, Longboard Surfing

By Gonzalo Iglesias
Sony a7S2, FJ 8543 VD
Costa Verde de Todos

Documentary for preservation La Costa Verde in Miraflores, Lima -Peru

By Gonzalo Iglesias
Panasonic GH5, iPhone 7, KD 5207 Vis3
The Season

This film is an intimate exploration of my Dad's obsession with college football during a single Notre Dame season. When making this film I wanted to explore his motivations behind tradition, passion and ritual. What starts out as a simple documentation turns into a character study. Throughout this study I was able to explore our father/son connection and how football has been a main source of bonding between us. This project has allowed to me to have a greater respect for what people choose to be passionate about and how that passion affects the people around them. What resulted is a film that is a dedication to sports fans, Dads, or both.

By Dominic Udell
Sony A7s II / FS7, FJ 8553 ET
How 1 Breathing Technique Uncovered the Magic of Meditation for 12 Friends

Could a young meditation teacher get 12 friends to experience REAL meditation? They turned a yearly get together into a Meditation Vacation to find out. Would they be BORED or TRANSFORMED? Find out here... ••• Directed by Andrew Keaveney Color Graded with FilmConvert Soundtrack from MusicBed

By Andrew K
Canon XC-15, FJ SuperX 400
Chris Gouberis Photographer

Romance, Sensitivity and Fine Art. These are the three elements that gave inspiration to Chris Gouberis art, helping him to deduct the unnecessary, in order to isolate and designate the value in a photograph. Meet him on Get to know him from my perspective! Music by Fryderyk Franciszek Chopin (Waltz No.19 in A minor) P.S. “To me, photography is an art of observation. It’s about finding something interesting in an ordinary place… I’ve found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them.” — Elliott Erwitt

By Yiannis Gkoutzouris
Sony FS5, FJ Ast 100
Good night

A short film for the "Communism is Prison" exhibition in the notorious Paterei prison.

By Aleksandr Heifets
Canon eos 600D, Plrd 600
تحت الركام | under the rubble

فيلم وثائقي قصير يعرض حال السوريين في السنين الاخيرة

By Ibrahim abo koba
Panasonic GH5, KD 5207 Vis3
Put Your World to Rights

With this cycling challenge, Andrew got to make a return trip to Iona and inspire others to use cycling on the vast open roads for dealing with personal loss and difficult times.

By priit doe
Red Scarlet W, KD P400 Ptra
Lifeproof : Finding Home

Professional wakeskater, Nick Taylor, is living proof that humans are limitless. His endurance as an athlete and undying passion as an individual is why he is a Lifeproof ambassador. We used multiple different ways to film the magic of Hawaii. From Red Cameras in underwater housing from DJI drones to Go Pro to capture Nick's perspective.

By anthony jaska
Canon C200, KD 5213 Vis3
A Cutthroat Journey

Rarely is the path to success a straight line. This is Mike's story about the ups and downs he experienced as he established himself in the "cutthroat" barber industry.

By Brandon Petersen
Sony a7rIII, KD P400 Ptra

"Nowavephobia" is a portrait of surfer/artist Yoon Duck Kim.

By Geoffroy Dubreuil
Sony Fs7, FJ 8543 VD
Bitten by the devil

"Bitten By The Devil" is a portrait of Lausanne based artist Thomas Mustaki. The film explore the way he paint, the reason why and his reflections behind it.

By Geoffroy Dubreuil
Blackmagic Pocket 4k, FJ 8543 VD

Impressions suspended over the autumn.

By Alessio
Canon EOS C300 Mark II, KD 5207 Vis3
Sofya Ochigava

Sofya Ochigava is an Olympic finalist, two-time world boxing champion, three time European boxing champion.

By Tair Polad-zade
Sony a6300, KD 5207 Vis3
Story Behind The Wall

"Story Behind the Wall" is an advocacy short documentary that features the trials and tribulations of a mural artist fighting for his art in Johor, Malaysia. This biopic documentary tells the audience about the story of NABIL Azahari, a young Mural artist based in Johor Bahru whose greatest desire is to become an endless mural artist. However, it is a formidable task: how will he do it? This story will inspire many Malaysian youths, particularly those who believe it’s not possible to make a living through the arts. Nabil proves that it is possible.

By MJ Samaroon
blackmagic pocket cinema camera, KD 5207 Vis3
A train ride with Steven Zaire

" NEWARK INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL OFFICIAL SELECTION 2019 " . A visual portrait of Toronto Hip Hop recording Artist Steven Zaire . While on a subway train , Steven talks about his humble beginnings and how he started making music . Director : Fatty Soprano & Shutterr director of Photography : Fatty Soprano Editor : Fatty Soprano Colourist : Fatty Soprano

By Fatty Soprano
Panasonic GH5, KD 5213 Vis3
Egeværk Shapes of Ice

This is a film that follows the process of making a wooden sculpture. Inspired by ice and Scandinavian wood we follow the process form raw wood to finished work of art, and hear about the love of subtle colours, fine structure and perfection of craft and creativity.

By Ketil Teisen
iPhone 6, FJ 8543 VD
Project Positive People

In a world full of pain, prejudice, and negativity, I set out on a mission to spread love. I made posters about ways I hope to personally change and become a better person and then spent two days introducing myself to strangers and inviting them to join the journey for positive change. Turns out beyond the television screen and the violence portrayed on the news, kind beautiful people are easy to find—you just have to step outside and say hello. This video was shot in Rhode Island and Connecticut.

By Melissa Toni
Sony A7III, KD P400 Ptra
Marisa Ricci - A Short Documentary About Dance II

A short documentary about the professional dancer Marisa Ricci and her thoughts about dancing. Filmed on various locations across Lisbon, Portugal. This is the sequel to a documentary series about professional dancers that i started with Jamal Callender.

By Malte Papenfuss
Sony FS5, FJ 8543 VD
We Are Karen

The Karen people are an ethnic group that have been displaced from their homeland due to the worlds longest-running civil war in Myanmar. The majority are living in overpopulated refugee camps in Thailand and an increasing number are scattered throughout the world via refugee settlement programs. Over 2000 Karen refugees have decided to come to Bendigo, Australia. This incredibly unique Asian culture is integrating with Bendigo, a regional Australian town and becoming a celebrated part of the community. 'We Are Karen' tells the story of how and why this migration is happening and succeeding.

By Caleb Maxwell
Sony FS7, FJ SuperX 400
Glorious, Old, Needs a Lot of Work

Central California architect Kjirsten Harpain reflects upon completion of a years-long renovation project -- transforming the historic Apotek building in downtown Kingsburg, CA from a neglected, abandoned relic of the past to a thriving hub of business and sustainable living. Associate Producer Emily Mealer Audio Postproduction Henry Grimmius

By Matthew Mealer
Canon C200, KD 5207 Vis3
The Journey: Cal Football (Filmconvert Competition)

A short documentary following the Cal Bears Football team during the 2019 season. This video was shot on both the Canon C200 and Panasonic Vericam. Video Producer & Editor: Nick Mitchell Voice Over: Cameron Saffle Special thanks to the Cal Football program for their help with this project.

By Nick Mitchell
Panasonic DMC-GH4, FJ 8553 ET
A Shortened Infinity

I’m not sure why it took me four years to craft these two minutes. I guess when you set out to make a mood piece about time, you’re subject to all sorts of irony. This is a goodbye to a friend that I will never be finished making.

By James Mireau
Panasonic DC-GH5, FJ Prov 100
A House Inside a Painting Inside a House

If you care for someone with Alzheimer's disease or dementia, you’re dealing with the loss of a person you loved while you also come to terms with the person that remains. Loving that new person by letting them have their space and dignity is perhaps the hardest and best thing that you can do. This is for my dad - his past, present and future versions.

By James Mireau
Sony a7s ii, KD 5207 Vis3
No one knows me like Dawn from the Jobcentre

A portrait of British artist Richie Culver.

By William Markarian-Martin
Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera, KD 5207 Vis3
ARK - the film

With the backdrop of a country in a state of sociopolitical upheaval, 'ARK' is a short film made with UK trip-hop band Haelos, shot during a tour across eleven US states and Canada in 2019.

By William Markarian-Martin
Sony A7SII, FJ 8563 RL
Foothills: The Unlinked Heritage of Snowboarding

The people of Petran, Turkey, have been snowboarding for roughly 300 years. It’s not snowboarding as we know it, but you’ll recognize it. In this film by WRKSHRT, we follow Alex Yoder and Nick Russell into Turkey’s Kaçkar Mountains on a quest to unearth the unlinked heritage of snowboarding and have some fun in the process. Shot on Sony cameras and graded with Filmconvert Pro

By Wade Dunstan
Sony FS5, FJ 8553 ET
The Gift of Malawi

In June of 2019, a group of clergy and lay people from Piedmont Community Church in California journeyed to Malawi, Africa to observe supported ministries there. They visited a blind school, feeding program for widows and orphans and a hospital in addition to spending a Sunday with sister church, Kafita. Music native to Malawian spiritual culture provides the soundtrack. The film recognizes that the truest gift comes from those who have little to give.

By Michael Barber
Sony A7SII, FJ 8563 RL
Right to Roam

Jump in the van with Marie-France Roy and Alex Yoder as they weave their way through Scotland, exploring how personal accountability allows for universal land access and the old farm shelters that support mountain folks to roam freely.

By Wade Dunstan
FS7/A7RIII, FJ 8543 VD
Labour Party Political Broadcast

A short film made for the UK’s Labour Party political broadcast leading up to the proposed general election. Our film showcases the values of the Labour Party and it’s members as well as some of the struggles the community has faced since the conservative government leadership of Boris Johnson. The Labour party is for the many, not the few.

By Wade Dunstan
Sony HXR-NX30U, FJ 8553 ET
Sick in Africa ep 2

Subtitled "Reverse the Curse", episode 2 in the Sick in Africa healthcare series focusing on the Yawo of Mozambique shares the story of Mama Lucia and her epileptic son Shukarani. She believes her son is unwell because of a curse that her husband said before their child was born. Shot on Sony HXR-NX30U, edited using Final Cut Pro X, color graded with FilmConvert.

By Tim Cowley
ursa mini pro 4.6k, FJ Prov 100

Watch as Remrod travels to Jazz St. Louis to document one of the best programs for the youth in the city. Jazz Academy is innovative and the place to be for all youth that wants to learn how to play a new instrument.

By Eric R Mayes
Sony a7iii, FJ SuperX 400
Cake & Fireflies

This is the true story of Johannes and Luise Honnens of Bremerhaven, Germany. They were a young couple separated by the war. Their only daughter, Anke, was only 8 months old when her father was killed. She grew up in America without ever knowing her father. It wasn't until his letters written from the front lines resurfaced 75 years later before the family learned the truth about their grandfather - a secret his only daughter died without knowing.

By Jimmy Andrews
Panasonic GH4, FJ Velvia 100
A Millennial Singer

A sneak peek in the life of an independent Italian singer. Through the words of Ella Nadì, we'll discover how is writing songs, searching for gigs and trying to stand out in the independent Italian music scene as a woman. Shot on: Panasonic GH4 Lenses: Voigtlander Nokton 25mm, Olympus Zuiko 12mm Editing: Final Cut Pro X Grading: Red Giant Colorista, Filmconvert Ella Nadì website: Special thanks (for location) to Optopus Production:

By Michelangelo Torres
Sony A7Sii , KD 5207 Vis3
The Painter

A short film about a painter named Fred White.

By Hannibal Alawode
sony a7sII, FJ 8563 RL
Mahi Binebine - Portrait of a Moroccan Artist

MAHI BINEBINE is a Moroccan painter and novelist born in Marrakech in 1959. Binebine has written six novels which have been translated into various languages. Born in 1959 in Marrakech, Mahi Binebine moved in Paris in 1980 to continue his studies in mathematics, which he taught for eight years. His paintings are part of the permanent collection at the Guggenheim Museum in New York. He returned to Marrakech in 2002 where he currently lives and works.

By rodrigo
DSRL Canon 80D, FJ 8543 VD
Ayikho Impunga Yehlathi (Short Film)

A story about Mbhekiseni Magaye who left behind his pregnant girlfriend at the age of 22 and went to the city to look out for a job. When he reached his 40s he experienced midlife crises that forced him to recalled his root.

By France Myeza