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Frank T. Martinez / Starz Denver Film Festival Bumpers 2013

Frank T. Martinez - Modern Abstracts

One in a series of bumpers created for the 2013 Starz Denver Film Festival. Five artists were commissioned to create a work of art highlighting the festival theme of "Paint the Town Red". They were given complete creative control and we filmed the process, end product and interviews. Each bumper is 30 seconds, these are both put together with the slides at the end for easier viewing.

This and the other 4 mini documentaries focus on art and what it means to the artist and to the world. Individually they showcase an amazing artist, as a whole they give an idea of what it means to be an "artist".

Each short will be shown before the movies during the festival run, and the finished artwork will be on display in the Filmmakers Lounge at the Denver Pavilions. If you don't make it to the festival please visit their websites at:

Angelo Ambrosia - Glass Blower: http://www.ambrosiaglassart.com

By Oaken Beeson
Canon C100, FJ 8553 ET, KD 5207 Vis3
Angelo Ambrosia / Starz Denver Film Festival Bumpers 2013

Angelo Ambrosia - Glass Artist

One in a series of bumpers created for the 2013 Starz Denver Film Festival. Five artists were commissioned to create a work of art highlighting the festival theme of "Paint the Town Red". They were given complete creative control and we filmed the process, end product and interviews. Each bumper is 30 seconds, these are both put together with the slides at the end for easier viewing.

This and the other 4 mini documentaries focus on art and what it means to the artist and to the world. Individually they showcase an amazing artist, as a whole they give an idea of what it means to be an "artist".

Each short will be shown before the movies during the festival run, and the finished artwork will be on display in the Filmmakers Lounge at the Denver Pavilions. If you don't make it to the festival please visit their websites at:

Angelo Ambrosia - Glass Blower: http://www.ambrosiaglassart.com
Saram

By Oaken Beeson
Canon 5D ii, Fuji Velvia 100
BLNK USA | Brand Story

www.centralstudios.tv

Client: BLNK USA (blnkusa.org)
Equipment: Canon 70D, 5Dii, 60D, Canon 35mm L, Tokina 11-16mm, MOVI M5
Music: Chris Zabriskie | I Am a Man Who Will Fight for Your Honor
FilmConvert

By Paul Kahler
Canon C300, KD 5207 Vis3
ISTANBUL SNEAK PEEK (graded with FilmConvert)

Here's a quick, low rez clip from our upcoming travel series WEWANNAGO. Episode 1 has us travelling through Turkey with stops in Istanbul, Cappadocia and Pamukkale. This short clip shows my wife Kseniya, her brother Kirill and myself (camera guy) taking our first steps into the historic site of Aya Sofya (Sancta Sophia). I've stripped out most of the voice overs and typographic/3D overlays— Saving the best for last :) So far, this episode is sitting around 9 minutes and that's just enough to show off the best of what Istanbul has to offer.

We're working hard to get the first 4 episodes live this summer and we appreciate the support and motivation.
***IF YOU LIKE THIS TYPE OF CONTENT, PLEASE FOLLOW ME***

Stay tuned for WEWANNAGO TRAVEL DIARIES... coming soon.

MUSIC LICENSE:
www.themusicbed.com

Shot on a Canon C300 and an iPhone 5 mounted with the Steadiam Smoothee and Filmic Pro.

Graded with FilmCo

By christiaan welzel
Canon C300, KD 5207 Vis3
CHERNOBYL & PRIPYAT SNEAK PEEK (graded with FilmConvert)

A quick preview of some footage we shot while on location in Pripyat and Chernobyl. We shot over 3 hours of footage and we'll be editing it over the next 2 months for our launch of WEWANNAGO travel diaries. This is a low quality output as I want to save the good stuff for the the final edit.

Shot with a Canon C300.

Graded with FilmConvert.
Kodak Vision 3 5207 @ 60%
Film Grain @ 0%
Temperature @ 5000K

If you like what you see, please follow me :)

Thanks for watching,
Christiaan Welzel

By christiaan welzel
Black Magic Cinema Camera, FJ 8543 VD
Credit Karma in the Wild West with Film Convert

This is a commercials I shot with the BMC.

Cut in CS6.

Film look provided by Film Convert

By Ferguson Sauve-Rogan