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Blackmagic URSA Mini Pro 4.6K, KD P400 Ptra
Creighton Prep Recruiting Video 2019-2020

Creighton Preparatory School in Omaha hired our firm to produce a promotional film for the use of their admissions department and in-school recruiters. Filming took place over a two day period, and over 6 hours of total footage was filmed. Most of the film was shot using the Blackmagic URSA Mini Pro 4.6k. Aerial footage was filmed with a DJI Phantom 4 Pro by an FAA licensed remote pilot with a part 107 certification. Music was licensed via This film was edited and color graded using Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve 16 in combination with the FilmConvert OFX plugin.

By Jeffrey Hahn
GH5s, FJ Velvia 100
Yarn 2058

This beautiful film spotlights artist Melissa Spratt and Relative Creative as they collaborate on this textile piece of protest art. The artwork is contemporary in nature while the film is nostalgic in style. The aim was to compliment the nostalgia that yarn invokes while emphasis on the process and philosophy of this exciting piece of artwork that is described as futures map. This works was graded with FilmConvert.

By salvador
GH5s, FJ Prov 100
Edibalescapes, a vignette.

This film celebrates the circular economy on a micro level through a creative response. Edibalescapes is a community projection that aims to educate and demonstrate organic agroecology. This film also experiments cinematic and narrative techniques traversing between fiction, non fiction and narration. The texture of sound was an important element in this film to help drive the story. This project was coloured with FilmConvert.

By salvador
Sonya7iii, FJ H400 Pro

STORMCROW FRAMEWORK PRESENTS: I AM KIESHA - SHORT THRILLER FILM THANK YOU ALL THE PARTICIPANTS FOR COMIN ALONG WITH ME IN THIS RIDE. Lina Cilwal - kiesha rick joh ring - spyder sunil poudel- nil narbada thapa - fae prajwal ramdam -tim "the nerd" Mandeville by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license ( Source: Artist: more on playlist: #FilmConvert

By Niranjan Pradhan
Sony A6500, FJ 8553 ET
The Story of One Photo


By Denis Komarov
Black Magic Ursa Mini, FJ Velvia 100
Alpaca Snack - Burning Up

First single of Alpaca Snack's upcoming EP. Graded by Fabio Bedoya using filmconvert.

By Pavel Frielingsdorf
Sony A6500, FJ 8543 VD
One Day Trip


By Denis Komarov
Sony A6500, KD 5207 Vis3

Now he's 94, Ken reckons he doesn't put the hammer down in the Jag anymore. We're not sure about that. A short film about Ken Blackney and his classic '67 E-Type Jaguar—a car that keeps him connected with his family and friends.

By Nicholas Chadderton
Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4k , KD 5213 Vis3
Melody - New Life Personal Stories | Depression

This is a micro documentary I made for New Life Foundation in Thailand about Melody who has struggled with depression and anxiety and tells her story of recovery and healing. I shot it on a BMPCC4k in Chiang Rai, Northern Thailand, for a non profit centre that supports people in recovery

By alex delfont
Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4k, KD 5213 Vis3
Suad - New Life Personal Stories | Burnout [ FilmConvert ]

This is a micro documentary I made for New Life Foundation in Thailand about Suad who has struggled with burnout and tells her story of recovery and healing. I shot it on a BMPCC4k in Chiang Rai, Northern Thailand, for a non profit centre that supports people in recovery

By alex delfont
Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4k, KD 5213 Vis3
Riss - New Life Personal Stories | Addiction

This is a micro documentary I made for New Life Foundation in Thailand about Riss who has struggled with addiction and tells her story of recovery and healing. I shot it on a BMPCC4k in Chiang Rai, Northern Thailand, for a non profit centre that supports people in recovery

By alex delfont
Red Gemini, KD 5207 Vis3
A Woman's Calling

Doomadgee women look beyond themselves, rekindling a sense of purpose by helping Papua New Guinean women in extreme poverty. This documentary was a journey of exploration for the heart of our story, Veronica. This story lives in two locations, Doomadgee, Australia, a remote indigenous community and Mabaduan, Papua New Guinea, an even more remote coastal community. Our team consisted of an international team (director from USA, DP & Cinematographer from Canada), while our subjects were from a remote indigenous community in the far north west Queensland, Australia and our travel took us to an incredibly remote village in Papua New Guinea. Film Convert was our primary tool for grading and added the essential emotional theme.

By Fisch
Fujifilm XT-3, KD 5213 Vis3

It's not often that weddings look beyond the horizon, to something bigger, something more than even two madly in love could contain. It's rare, but not impossible.⁠ Such is a Christian wedding at its purist. In a deeply surprising and yet practical way, the Bible says that marriages points at the cosmic, capital 'M' marriage of Jesus and the believers that make up the Church.⁠ As a man of faith, a leader at my church AND a wedding cinematographer I happily celebrate weddings from faiths across the board. But every once in awhile I am refreshed by a couple of whom I share this deep conviction - that the day is about them - of course it is! - but it's about so much more. ⁠

By Toby Mak
Arri Alexa Mini, FJ 8553 ET

A girl. A boy. A past romance. Flashing images of a surreal dreamy purgatory she is locked in. Mentally? Physically? Maybe both... Directed By Manny Liotta Shot by Jason Pundt Artist: Three Guests feat Csenge Forstner A PARTYINFILM Production

By Manny Liotta
Panasonic GH5, FJ 8543 VD
NYC Love

A fun NYC wedding with a little extra love from Film Convert.

By Adam Miller
Sony a7iii, KD P400 Ptra
Black Moon

A short film focusing on devoted Australian photographer, Trent Mitchell and his experimental pursuits with the medium of photography. The film documents the creative process Trent takes to achieve his latest bodysurf series: Inner Atlas.

By Robert Sherwood
Sony A7Sii, KD TMx 100

A short documentary I made of my friend Ammar who works at the deli down the street from me.

By Richard C
Sony A7Sii, FJ H160s Pro
gap year timelapse

just some clips I put together when I took my gap year between highschool and college.

By Richard C
Sony A7Sii, IL D400
sunday in the studio

A little back story to how Rene Magritte found inspiration to paint his famous paintings.

By Richard C
Black Magic Pocket cinema camera 4k, KD P400 Ptra

RETROGRADE explores how technologically driven we’ve become. Highlighting how our blindness has a direct impact to the world we inhabit. 

By thomas Dunphy
Sony a7s ii, KD 5207 Vis3
The Australian Dream

A cinematic presentation of a beautiful rural property.

By Benjamin Scotford
Sony FS5, FJ Velvia 100
GAF, Employees With Passion

While traveling across the country on commercial assignment to photograph the factory workers of the worlds largest shingle manufacturer, MISTR LYNCH was compelled to shoot this live action piece with one of the featured line workers. In one of the original factories from the mid 1900's, in the hot Savanah heat, this talented trumpet player capture the eyes, ears, and the hearts of the team.

Red Epic Dragon, KD P400 Ptra
a midwestern palette: angela venarchik

angela venarchik is a ceramic artist living on lake michigan in chicago. her work is minimal and neat, placing an emphasis on form and function rather than image or decoration. mainly inspired by the landscape of the prairie state and the great lakes, the wide-open spaces of the plains are expressed through clean and minimal design. she works in a color palette that reflects golden native grasses, stormy summer skies, snow-covered urban landscapes and the saturated blues of lake michigan. each piece carries a deep, clear sense of place. angela's work is a celebration of design, craftsmanship & midwestern life. we spent two days with angela, documenting her processes and bringing those back to the places in which the work was inspired.

By Alexander P. Donnelly
Panasonic GH4, KD 5207 Vis3
Free "Anthony Paul"

This music video is for Cleveland, Ohio recording artist and The Voice contestant Anthony Paul. Anthony and 3 of the member's of the video team for this video grew up in Twinsburg, Ohio. Each of them moved to Los Angeles separately but linked up after a few months to shoot this video for Anthony. The song, "Free", carries a message of freeing yourself to achieve your goals. The visuals of the video and the choreography go hand and hand starting in black and white on a background with a deep white abyss. The song slowly transitions to a colorful "freeing" mountain landscape. As a team, we looked to no software other than Film Convert to finish off this video and give it the look we imagined.

By Logan Powaski
Sony A7s2, FJ 8563 RL
Lake Wanaka Wedding - New Zealand

Two quirky and cheeky lovers celebrating with their closest friends from all around the globe.

By hello
Panasonic GH4, KD P400 Ptra
Greg Runions - Suite Vincent

20 years ago, composer and percussionist Greg Runions put a band together to record a series of tunes inspired by the legendary Kenny Wheeler coming to town for a one-off concert where he would perform with Greg's big band. At the time they only managed to get a demo recording of the show, so 20 years later the band came back together in the studio to lay down the compositions as a complete recording featuring some of Canada's top players in the jazz scene.

By Josh Lyon
Blackmagic Pocket 4K, KD P400 Ptra
In a Dream

The girl returns home after work, and falls asleep from fatigue, but this time the dream becomes too real.

By Aleksei Gerbov
Panasonic GH5, KD 5213 Vis3
Something's Brewing

Love spills onto Main Street in this quick afternoon pick-me-up.

By Allen M Adolph
Sony A7iii, FJ 8563 RL
Ab Initio

Ab Initio ("from the beginning") is a short music-dance film that examines origin myths: personal narratives, our ideas of home, our happy places, the stories we tell ourselves about where we come from, and the ways these stories guide our movements through the world around us. It takes constant devotion and upkeep to believe in something, and like any other deeply-held beliefs, our origin stories can be a source of conflict when they come into dissonance with our surroundings and our experiences. Sometimes we fight them, sometimes we flee from them, but ultimately our personal mythologies are the bridge that connects our pasts with our futures. In between is the present, where we are both the author and the protagonist of our own stories.

By Michael Marten
panasonic eva/sony a7sii, KD 5207 Vis3
Jessica | Andrew

Dominican Republic! What a trip and what a pleasure to be able to bring along the Super 8 and shoot some film. The way FilmConvert is able to take the digital edge off our other cameras and help them blend with the film is damn lovely. If chosen, we are more than happy to take a final pass at the film to grade it even more cohesively as well as break down our workflow. We hope you enjoy and thanks for watching!

By Grimace Films (Graham Lovelis)
Sony FS7, FJ 8543 VD

Can you strike a deal with your fear?

By Vlad Dobrescu
panasonic eva/sony a7sii, KD 5207 Vis3
Neil |Amal

Hey! We just wrapped up this badass Indian wedding here in Santa Monica and the way FilmConvert is able to bring all these wonderful colors to life is magic! It truly helps me as an amateur colorist blend everything together and feel cohesive. I almost always use it as a final pass. The film is actually still a rough cut and it will have titles, a final pass for color, and volume adjustments. Other than that, enjoy a truly special couple and all the vibrant scenery and characters that come with the Santa Monica boardwalk. Cheers!

By Grimace Films (Graham Lovelis)
Red Scarlet Dragon, FJ Prov 100
Boy Racer

Evan Murphy sneaks into his grandfathers shed and discovers a whole world of trinkets to play with and get lost in his imagination, including his grandfathers rally car.

By Barry Fahy
Canon 5D MKIV, FJ 8543 VD
Riot Faux Pas

To celebrate the release of Petrichor's second album, Narisshu, we wanted to create a very simple looking, one-take music video that every time the camera looks away, the setup builds. The video was filmed inside what is now subSine | Academy of Electronic Music in Glasgow just before it was built into so we had a very tight window in which we could film the video. We came up with the concept, built the set, filmed and dismantled everything within a 12 hour period with a core team of 3 (and a few extra helpers during filming) and almost no budget. For a bit more info, see the Behind the Scenes film:

Panasonic S1, IL D400
The Rest

The Rest was written and composed by Andreas Scholl's and Tamar Halperin's friend Ari Frankel. Opening wiping ceramic tiles, a 5-part song cycle for countertenor and piano, the ex-Israeli American was inspired here by his Polish-born artist parents, and by Italian chemist and writer Primo Levi. The structures of these prayer-like poems are deceptively simple: they are not easy to perform well. In The Rest, it is actually the voice carrying the piano along, with far-reaching lines.

By Andreas Scholl
A7iii, KD 5207 Vis3
Allan Myers // 80th Anniversary

Allan Myers reached out about creating a film for their 80th Anniversary Party. This became an opportunity to showcase the company, from the smallest of tasks to the largest of job sites.

By Houston Raef
A7iii, KD 5207 Vis3
Sarah + Keven // Cayman Island Destination Wedding

This wedding was unlike anything else I've done. This wasn't just a "show up and record" kind of day. I spent a full week in the Cayman Islands with these two and their closest family and friends, and by the end of it left feeling like more a part of the family than a "vendor". Their story is also a special one. They met as kids at Morritts resort in the Cayman Islands, and decided to have their intimate wedding back where it all began.

By Houston Raef
A7iii, KD 5207 Vis3
Erin + Greg // Stormy Wedding in Ault Park

Erin and Greg had such a positive attitude towards the rain on their wedding day. After packing up all of my equipment, the rain picked back up and gave me the urge to get creative. I set up a light outside (covered with a plastic bag), went back inside and told them to "trust me". A few months later when I delivered the film, Erin wrote in her review: "One of my favorite moments from the wedding was when Houston pulled us aside and told us an idea he had - to shoot us slow dancing in the rain. The end product of his idea is something we will cherish forever. Taking time to soak (literally) everything in, to slow down, and dance in the storm with my husband was truly magic and defined the evening for us."

By Houston Raef
Panasonic HPX171, FJ SuperX 400
Point that thing

Sem Kok (PRO Bmx rider from Holland) is feeling happy to ride his backyard park again after the trip around the world he did for a few months long! so we went out to his backyard skatepark and created this video. Rider: Sem Kok Film/Edit/colors: Joep van den beuken follow us to stay connected for more.

By Joep van den Beuken
Panasonic HPX171, FJ SuperX 400
BMX: Nils - Parc del Forum

BMX short video about Nils cruising around Barcelona while the sun is about to go down. We love to be on the streets and find new spots to create something new on, meet new people while doing this and capturing every moment. Rider: Nils Verhijen Film/Edit: Joep van den Beuken Instagram: @Joepbeuken

By Joep van den Beuken
Panasonic GH5, FJ 8563 RL
The Color Fred - Don’t Give Up On Me (Official Lyric Video)

This was an interesting one. Fred Mascherino's team approached me about doing a lyric video right around the time I was making a big transition in life moving from Seattle to Atlanta (by car). But they gave me a lot of creative freedom to try something weird so despite the stress and inconvience of trying to get this project finished while prepping to leave and then being on the road, I said yes and we came up with this stop motion final product. Shot on Panasonic GH5 and color graded using Lumetri and FilmConvert

By James Wightman
Canon 5DmkIII, FJ 8553 ET

Shot in three days in Marfa, TX.

By Jordan Smith
Panasonic GH5, FJ Prov 100
Oh Sleeper - The Island (Official Music Video)

A live performance music video from Oh, Sleeper's set at Audiofeed Festival in Champaign-Urbana, Illinois.

By James Wightman
Panasonic GH5, FJ 8563 RL
Heroes Don't Always Win

For a weekly film challenge competition I take part in around the Atlanta community. The rules were that it had to include slow motion and two props.

By James Wightman
Panasonic GH5, FJ 8563 RL

I was trying to see how much I could cram into a minute long narrative. The film needed to include five shots of unaltered clocks reading 11:48 per the rules of a weekly community film challenge game I participate in.

By James Wightman
iPhone, FJ 8563 RL
Swipe Left

This film was made as part of a weekly community film 'game' I participate in. The rules for the films made that week were that it had to be shot on a phone, and could only include one cut. I came up with an idea to have what appeared to be several cuts, but weren't. We filmed one hour and a half long single take across several locations on a phone. Each performance had to be good on the first try or we'd have to start over. I then speedramped the black parts in between the scenes. It was an insane exhilarating experience trying to pull it off and it worked out.

By James Wightman
Panasonic GH5, FJ 8563 RL
Home After a Long Day

I'd wanted to try and recreate the mirror scene from the movie 'Contact' for years and finally found a week where it made sense to try it. It took way more work than I imagined but turned out really neat.

By James Wightman
Panasonic GH5, FJ 8563 RL
The Girl Next Door

I made this for a local community film challenge I take part in weekly. The rules for films made that week were that it must include slow motion and you had two days to do it. This one has heavy inspiration from two scenes in the movie Hot Rod, one of my all time favorite comedies.

By James Wightman
Sony A7R II, FJ SuperX 400
Vasty + Sebastian // Antigua, Guatemala

About the couple: This is a story of paths crossing, from Guatemala to Spain. When you have two people who are passionate, considerate and loving, it's a moment that you won't forget when you see them decide to take the journey together and not apart. About the film: While creating the film, we had the privilege of recording their proposal in Lago Atitlan in Guatemala, as well as the wedding and reception. So having access to these moments really opened up the edit to a non-traditional story. We wanted this wedding film to show the interconnected stories that a wedding can have. We also wanted the music to complement the location as it’s near an active volcano. We also graded the film with FilmConvert to breathe life into the footage.

By Jonathan Cape
DJI Inspire 2/X5S, Nikon D750, KD 5207 Vis3
Dear Liza: A Postcard from the West Coast.

This short film features a postcard home and highlights the magic and beauty of sea kayaking with the abundant wildlife of the B.C. coast. Shot in the Broughton Archipelago and Great Bear Rainforest. Graded with FilmConvert Directed & Written by: David Hartman Narrated by: Ashley Hamilton Cinematography & Edit by: David Hartman Produced by: Spirit of the West Adventure & David Hartman Logistics by: Spirit of the West Adventures

By David Hartman