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Canon 5D MKIII, FJ 8553 ET
South of the River on a 50mm FilmConvert

Wanted to get back to basics. So whilst wandering around Southwark, London I shot some scenes with just my camera and a 50mm Prime. All hand held, no fancy stuff here. There's something about just shooting with no extra gear or stuff to worry about other than exposure and focus. Enjoy.

Edited in Premiere and graded with FilmConvert Pro
Music licensed through

By Jonathan J Scott
Blackmagic Cinema Camera EF, KD 5207 Vis3
Restoring The Atleo River

Filmed at the Atleo River, BC, Canada on September 3rd, 2013 for The Central Westcoast Forest Society

Writer / Producer - Drew Burke
DoP / Editor - Mark Wyatt
Vancouver Video and Film Production

Solina Sea - Gareth Dickson

Shot on:
Blackmagic Cinema Camera BMCC 2.5k, Sigma 8-16, Tokina 11-16, Samyang 24mm, Nikon 50 and 100.
2 shots with 5d mark iii (raw magic lantern)
Graded in Resolve with Filmconvert
Rode NTG2, Mixpre-D, Dr-40

By Mark Wyatt
Sony FS100, Fuji FJ8553 ET (Fuji Eterna 250 35mm colour negative film - Type 8553)
The River Rance FilmConvert

This is an entry in the FilmConvert Cinematography competition for 2015. Genre: documentary.

It was filmed at Port de Dinan and along the River Rance in Brittany in France.

The film was shot using a Sony FS100 camera, part hand-held and part mounted on a Manfrotto video monopod. It was edited in FCP X and colour-graded using FilmConvert. The music, "Dead Horse", was composed by Nick Cave and Warren Ellis.


By Arnold Kopff
iPhone 5, FJ 8543 VD
"River" Short film shot on an iPhone 5 of the river Wear in Sunderland - Edited using Film Convert

iPhone 5 in 1080p at 30fps. No additional lenses or software, filmed with Apple's camera app with locked exposure and focus. Simple editing done in Final Cut Pro 7 and all graded with Film Convert. This took about 4 hours including the filming. The music is an editted version of the track "Reflections" from Gareth Davies-Jones' album "Only For A Short While" available on itunes.... or at

By Tim Roberts
Canon C100, FJ 8553 ET

At 85 years old, organic raisin farmer and lifelong river advocate Walt Shubin is not slowing down. He has dedicated the last 65 years of his life to restoring California’s once-mighty San Joaquin River to the wild glory he remembers as a young boy. Driven by his passion for the river, and despite worn out knees and joints, he takes us on a journey to help us understand why this river is so important to all of us as well.

Learn more about the San Joaquin River and take action to restore its health at

Director: Justin Clifton

Editors: Chris Cresci & Justin Clifton

Cinematographer: Chris Cresci

Featuring: Walt Shubin

Location: Kerman, California

Abstract Aprils, The Weight of Familiarity
Blake Ewing, Ocean Run
Matthew Kidd, A Reflective Conversation in Bb

graded with FilmConvert.

By Chris Cresci
sony, gopro, KD 5207 Vis3
the river to Hell

Made with the FilmConvert software, The River to Hell is a 52' documentary about the french expedition on the Mekong River in 1866. Some re-enacting scene will be shot in January 2016 in Laos and Cambodia with actors, costumes and accessories

By remi morel
Canon C100, Canon 5D Mark III, KD 5207 Vis3
Landlocked: A One Day In Denver Short Film

This is the first of two segments that I made for the wonderful One Day In Denver filmmaking project.

The second piece will focus on the journey of the paper boats from Cherry Creek Reservoir, moving North along Cherry Creek, and into the city, culminating in their arrival at Confluence Park in Denver, where Cherry Creek meets the Platte River, and begins it's long trip east to the Mississippi, and eventually the Atlantic Ocean.

A million thanks to my awesome assistant and 2nd camera operator, Kris Farruggia for lending his time, effort, talent and commitment to helping me execute such a goofy idea.

Thank you to Matt Bliss, as well, for his profound patience and good sense of humor. Trying to get 100 stupid paper boats to cooperate wasn't easy. I'm so grateful you were willing to play along!

Thank you as well to Travis Thompson from the Denver Water Department, who's knowledge and experience will be featured in the 2nd segm

By Douglas Koke
Panasonic gh4, Kd 5213 Vis3
PUBLIC | Art in the Wheatbelt

This year PUBLIC 2015 pressed north of the city to the open landscapes of the Wheatbelt, launching with a series of murals splashed across 36 metre grain silos and the walls of downtown Northam. London artist Phlegm, Atlanta native HENSE gathered their paint tins, aerosols, rollers and brushes and struck out for a two week residency at the heritage town on the banks of the Avon River.

Across eight huge storage towers of the state’s grain handler, CBH, Phlegm rendered his whimsical characters in their fantastic transportation devices while perched on the extended arm of a boom lift and using brushes strapped to a long pole. HENSE, adjacent, lobbed his explosive patterns across the silos in blocks of bright colour, eye catching even from the highway bisecting the wheat fields to town.

Film commissioned by:



By Chad Peacock
Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera, Ilford Delta 3200
Spanning One Hundred Years

Whanganui’s Dublin St. Bridge 2014 Celebrations feature in this film by Double Farley called Spanning One Hundred Years.
See Whanganui's vintage attractions coming together for a once in a lifetime event, the 100yr birthday of an iconic bridge in the town. Local councillors dressed in vintage costume and recreated the 1914 opening ceremony, including the current mayor, Annette, dressing as her historical male counterpart.
Historic cars, trams, river craft, and steam engines are enjoyed by crowds of locals and visitors. Were you there? Did you walk the bridge? Watch the film and see if you can spot yourself.
This film was publicly shown as part of the Whanganui Vintage Weekend celebrations at a free outdoor cinema screening on January 17th 2015. You can now watch the full film here for free.

Technical specs
Shot on BMPCC in ProRes422
Rough cut on Adobe Prelude CC
Assembly and fine edited on Adobe Prem

By Double Farley Creative Partners Limited
Sony A7s, Panasonic GH4, Canon 5D mkiii, KD 5207 Vison 3, KD P400 Ptra
The Wedding Tape

Film convert Competition - Wedding entry for Todd Delfs

Our style of filming is non intrusive. We capture the natural and untamed moments of your wedding day. This means you will hardly know we are there. This allows us to capture the real feeling of your wedding, allowing you to relax and just enjoy your special day. Once turned into a short film, the best memories of the day will be there for you to watch, share and never be forgotten.

Very Special Thanks To Margaret River Bride + Groom & Jodie @

By Todd Delfs
GoPro 3+ Black, FJ 8553 ET
Golden Hour Surf From Above

This was shot one evening during a beautiful sunset over Del Mar, San Diego, California.

My original aim was to film the sun setting over the ocean with my DJI Phantom 2 drone / quadcopter, but the surfers quickly caught my attention and added to the beauty.

This was my first time flying over the ocean and I was captivated by how the surfers, and how the waves and spray were picking up the liquid gold of the sun reflecting in the ocean.

Filmed during two flights with the Phantom 2 with Zenmuse H3-3D and GoPro 3+ black edition with the Snake river prototyping BlurFix Air ND4/CP filter, all in wide mode, on protune & flat in 2.7k.

Graded with Colorista II and Filmconvert.

Music :Svay Pak by Tony Anderson from the Music Bed.

Blog post with more details coming soon. Thanks for your support! |

By Matt Triplow
Canon 7D, FJ 8553 ET
Christina & Matt - Wedding Highlight Chicago

A wedding day highlight. Venue: River Roast - Chicago, IL

By Josh
Panasonic GH4, KD 5213 Vis3
Florida's Drowned Forest: Remember This

Nearly 50 years ago, a failed federal public works project left behind a drowned forest in Florida that is exposed every three or more years when a drawdown of the Kirkpatrick Dam occurs. Captain Erika Ritter leads riverboat tours along the historic Ocklawaha River and shares her personal history of the devastation and imbalance that remains to this day. See the full film for free at:

By Matt Keene
URSA Mini Pro 4.6K, KD 5207 Vis3

A mysterious childhood moment leads to a stark enduring divide in a small town's perception of a girl named Sarah Jean. Based on the poem "Metamorphosis" by David Huddle From the collection GLORY RIVER Graded with Film Convert

By Michael B. Fisher
Panasonic EVA 1, KD 5213 Vis3
John Hartman - People and Place

"From his earliest years as an artist, Hartman has been drawn to the (extremely complicated, extremely difficult) discipline of portraiture, and it is this fascination that has brought him, almost inevitably, to the subject of writers. Hartman is a reader, for one thing. But, for another, writers are cut from the same cloth as Hartman in many ways. They are observant. They are more comfortable with individuals than they are with generalizations. They do not imagine that time is a simple sequence. And they see landscapes – whether the Miramachi River in New Brunswick or MacLaughlin Point in British Columbia – as places where stories are kept. The same can be said of a face. It’s a history. It’s a revelation. It’s a map." – David Macfarlane Graded with FilmConvert

By David J Hartman