Prueba con la Blackmagic Cinema Camera
Lente Canon 24-105mm f4
Coloreado con FIlmConvert
Audio de Radio France, entrevista con Marguerite Duras
A father see that his daughter is bored with her homework. He hope that homework will be exciting if she get a tablet - but guess what! She only uses it for playing games. This is our first short film, we hope that you enjoy it. Please use the "like" button on youtube and facebook - but also give us a vote on filmconvert.com - thank you :) Tried to get a mixture of modern day and old film look. Filmed using Canon C100 with Ninja 2. Final color treatment with Film Convert set at: Exposure: 0 Temp: 5600K Convert: KD 5207 vis3 Size: 35mm Full Frame Film color: 25% Grain: 100%By Jimmy Borch
Chapter One: He adored Minneapolis...
A tribute - to a favorite city and a favorite director.
A teaser for my feature film, Splitting Bethany.
Shot on the Lumix GH2 and Graded with Film Convert.
"When for a moment, you write… the experience, people, places and things are incantatory, true as they once were."
Model: Tristen Albert | www.modelsinternational.on.ca/Tristen.html
Styling by Danyelle James | www.twochicksblog.com
Behind the scenes photos by Rim A-j
Special thanks to Jennifer Baguss and Danyelle James at MiM | www.modelsinternational.on.ca
Article on the cinematography of Opus | http://goo.gl/jG0HGh
Song: New Light of Tomorrow by Husky Rescue | www.husky-rescue.com
© 2004 Catskills Records (Thank you to Amr and Husky Rescue for licensing!)
Produced by Cloud in the Sky Studios.
© 2013 Cloud in the Sky Studios Inc.
Ottawa Film Studio
Once again a woman contemplates her murderous past. Calling upon the help of a mysterious companion, she seeks absolution of her tortured soul and warped reality. Seeking forgiveness, these ideas manifest into sinful pride to the horror of her victim. Perhaps not all recurring nightmares are an unwanted evil.
First Assistant Director:
Lyndsey Fay Macnaught
I will leave...with my illusions in mist and wishes in road...and i don't know what will happen to my memories on earth ...
Shot on 5D Mark II, edited in Premiere cs6, Graded in DaVinci Resolve, Grain Added by Film Convert
By: Hamid ghodrati
Music: Commencement (Tu Ne Tueras Point) Zbigniew Preisner
Title design: Foad alijani
Please watch HD & full screen !
Our first submission film for the 2013 168 Film Project. Estranged siblings struggle with bitterness in their hearts and it's impact on an overlooked blessing. Assigned Verse: Proverbs 14:9 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Cast: Claudia Dimartino as "Leah Difazio" http://www.imdb.com/name/nm2515610/?ref_=fn_al_nm_1 Joseph Steven as "Peter Difazio" http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1105590/ Ashley McGee as "Dominic Prince http://www.imdb.com/name/nm5730113/ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Executive Producer: Brian Hemenway http://www.imdb.com/name/nm4556422/ Produced by: Beth Vickers Directed by: Pat "Cardi" Cardamone http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0136424/?ref_=fn_al_nm_1#Director Written by: Tara Knight & Beth Vickers http://www.imdb.com/name/nm3020658/ Origina Score by: Troy Maturo http://maturomusic.com/ DP: Justin Gum http://www.imdb.com/name/nm4428743/By paul rio
Nikon D5200 / Premiere Pro / FilmConvert
Music: Teen Pharmacy Expo by Kevin Sullivan & Mike Witting © 2013
The story of a lone young woman, getting home from work, keeping herself occupied, going for a walk, waiting for that text or call.
With special thanks to Samuela Memmo
Cinematography & Editing by Edmond Terakopian
Astor Piazzolla - Milonga sin palabras
Original Arrangement by Enrico Blatti
Bandoneon Marcelo Nisinman
Blue Chamber Orchestra
Tactus Fugit 2000
Las Cosas (Things) by Jorge Louis Borges (translated into English)
Canon 5D MkII with Canon lenses
Tripod by Manfrotto
Microphone by Rode
Edited using FCP 7 & FCP X. Final grading on Film Convert
A re-edit of footage originally used in my award winning short film Muse: https://vimeo.com/2787054
©Edmond Terakopian / www.teravision.eu
Collaboration work with videographer Sergey Bogdanov.Screenplay buy Inna Khromykh.Shooting done in Vladivostok. A smalll story - Bachcata RosaBy Sergey
The second in a series of city symphonies. First, New York (www.vimeo.com/51875528). Third, Seattle (www.vimeo.com/66702557). Next, Valparaiso, Chile, coming August 31st.
"In the the 1920s the movies were still relatively young, and an evolving modernist aesthetic embraced all things new, sleek, fast, and urban. Not surprisingly, a common focus of the cinematic avant-garde during this era was on the power, and excitement of cities. In both Europe and the US, a small genre of films that became know as 'city symphonies' attempted to capture the spirit, uniqueness, and poetry of a city by assembling images of everyday life in that city. These early films and their offsprings often utilized what film historian Bill Nichols has termed the 'poetic mode' of documentary film production--an attempt to move away from the 'objective' reality of a given situation or people in order to grasp at an inner 'truth' that can only be conveyed by poetical manipulations of mood, tone, time,
Entry for FilmConvert competition
Film stock: Fuji 8543 VD
Music Credits: Fabrizio Paterlini - Veloma (Creative Commons License)
Alternative opening music by Chris Bradley, voiceover omitted.
Short film "The Portrait" by Anastasia Starova and Igor Ryabchuk.
Shot on RED SCARLET-X.
Written, shot, and cut in 4 days. Finished and graded using FilmConvert for their cinematography competition.By Lester Miyashiro
Originally a concept for a "60 Seconds" project - where 1 second is 1 shot . It evolved into 100 Seconds (I liked the number over sixty), but I couldn't find music that I liked at 1 second intervals. 100 Seconds became 100 Notes, but in this particular piece there are 121 notes, but with 120 with Marg and 1 of black at the beginning.
I'd been trying to get this project done since before the summer started, but I could never get it to work, or really look, the way I wanted it to, after three different shoots.
Randomly saw a Philip Bloom (https://vimeo.com/philipbloom) blog about FilmConvert (http://philipbloom.net/2013/07/28/filmconvert/), and decided to give the demo a try. I really liked it, and decided to work it into this 120 Notes project.
I completely reworked the sequence shots from my earlier attempts, and decided on the Polaroid 600 film emulation.
FilmConvert plugin (via http://filmconvert.com/)
Music: A Boy
A B+W re-grade using Film Convert.By Bryce Drobny
This is footage from "Six" an independent production currently in uncertainty. Using FilmConvert Premiere we emulated a Panasonic AF100 sensor to that of a FJ prov 100. Footage is property of FoxFury Film LLCBy Brian Foxworth
Sound by Hecq (Typhon+The Descent+Dis+Bending Time)
There’s nothing like a day at the beach. Sun, sea and sleeping people with their wallets sticking out their pockets. Remy isn’t one to turn down an easy mark but what if the mark isn’t as easy as they appear? This man is not sleeping peacefully. This man is THE SLEEP FIGHTER!By Bjorn Tobiasson
Music (??????): johnny ripper — Paris http://freemusicarchive.org/music/johnny_ripper/soundtrack_for_a_film_that_doesnt_exist/johnny_ripper_-_soundtrack_for_a_film_that_doesnt_exist_-_16_Paris_1214By Dmitri Novikov
This is a scene from our first feature film, The Long Road Home. We originally used another film grain product, but recently regraded the entire film using Filmconvert. This was Fuji 8563 RL with the grain set to 100 on 35mm academy.By Adam McKay
Music (??????): Marcel Pequel — Five http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Marcel_Pequel/From_One_To_Nine/marcel_pequel__from_one_to_nine__05By Dmitri Novikov
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A Sheify Films Production
Directed by Jacques Santos
Produced by Jeniffer Liutti & Molly Dugan
The existential narration of an amnesic 'Vampire' that doesn't remember what happened before he was turned. Tired of eternity, he wanders through the world questioning humans and his own nature; constantly remembering the lost connection he had with his 'Creator'... until one day, he finds 'The Woman' and she brakes all his dogmas. A symbolic tale of mankind and the involution of our values.
There are hundreds of lost youths looking for a heat in the cold, collapsing vastness of the once-thriving New Berlin. This is one of them.
Believer: Madison Hoffman
Director: Thomas Stemrich
Director of Photography: Josh Chiara
Makeup: Bethany Kassen
Music by: Purity Ring
Shot on a GH2 with lomo lenses.
The latest film production of Cinematic Motion; 'Clash'. Entirely shot on the new Panasonic GH3.
Unfortunately, Vimeo's scaled it down to 720p but still looking decent I guess.
Logline: 'It's never too late to change your life.'
Camera: Panasonic GH3
Lenses: Panasonic 14mm 2.5 + 11mm wide converter
Panasonic 20mm 1.7
Olympus 45mm 1.8
2x 1250 watt halogen, 1x 1000 watt halogen, 1x 500 watt ledpanel, a bounce & a small led on batteries.
Dolly + track, slider, fig rig & crane.
Let us know what you think of the film! :)
Trailer to the upcoming short film, Epoch, starring Denise Xavier and Nick Denbeigh.
Directed by John Robson.
Original Score by Fab Martini. http://www.fabmartini.com/
"Divertissement" video during the photo shooting for Mode à Paris Playing with the Cinemorph from VidAtlantic Miami : DC : LA Many thanks to the models: Benjamin Emmett : Sébastian Ransan Mostly handled camera and photo tripodBy Marco Tessarolo
...By Omar Torres
Sick of the small town life in Los Baños, California, Miles left immediately after high school. Nine years later he returns to attend his father’s funeral and finds the family farm in shambles, his childhood friend trapped in an abusive relationship and the memory of his father haunting him. Feeling a sense of responsibility for abandoning his past Miles must get over his animosity towards the town if he wants to make a difference. Meanwhile his corporate job depends on his immediate return to Seattle.
NOTE: "Return to Nowhere" was previously titled "Middle of Nowhere" and might still be referenced that way on some social networking sites. We are in the process of updating these sites and apologize for any confusion.