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RED GEMINI, FJ 8553 ET
"Call My Name"

Music video for the artist McMay. Shot on RED GEMINI in IPP2 standard. completely graded in NITRATE premiere pro.

By frank De Wulf
Red Scarlet-X MX, FJ 8543 VD
"Come With Me" Vyla Vice Music Video finished with FilmConvert

Kyla Vice - "Come With Me" Official Music Video
Directed by Johnny Bones
Cinematography and Color Correction By Andrew Scott Baird

The Color Correction process of this music video was crucial to seeing the vision come to life. All of the subjects in the video were practical, and in post Johnny removed the rods for the puppet, and added veins, particles, smoke, etc to create a gorgeous story about good, evil and the parts of us that get left behind, but not forgotten.

We chose to use FilmConvert in DaVinci Resolve to achieve the look of the video. Johnny wanted to create something reminiscent of 80's fantasy cinema (Labyrinth, Dark Crystal, Legend, etc...) done with modern equipment and a contemporary element. FilmConvert gave us the A great jump off point to getting the contrast and tone where we wanted it. When the Correction process was finished a couple of weeks later, we used FilmConvert to add a uniform layer of 35mm Academy film g

By andrewscottbaird
Canon 5D MIII, Fuji Velvia
"Epoch" – Short Film

This short film was originally created for Project Greenlight 2014. We advanced to the Top 200 films, but unfortunately we were unable to progress further.

Shot on Canon 5D MIII – Magic Lantern Raw
Graded in Adobe Premiere / FilmConvert

By Kasey LaRose
Panasonic GH4k, FJ 8543 VD
"Four as One" for Michael Van Der Ham

Director:
Amanda Charchian

Director of Photography and Time Lapse:
Nicolas Amato

Musical Score;
TVÅ
Mixed and Mastered by yyyounggg.

Wardrobe:
Michael van der Ham
Autumn/Winter 2014
Shoes: Christian Louboutin

Editor:
Luke Lynch at Parallax Post

Producers
Amanda Charchian and Nicolas Amato

Choreography:
Jasmine Albuquerque

Compositing and Color Timing:
Brandon Kelly

DIT:
Conrad Radzik

Hair:
Candice Birns

Make-Up:
Dina Gregg

Models:
Pyper America, Daisy Clementine, Leila Goldkuhl, Sally Jonsson
Of Next Models

Special Thanks to :
Lita Albuquerque, Richie Davis and Chloe Wallace

Using FilmConvert

By Amanda Charchian
Panasonic GH4 (for performance footage), FJ 8563 RL
"How Do You Know"

This animated music video for indie musician George Adrian was primarily built with After Effects and Element 3D. FilmConvert was essential in giving the animation a much more organic, textured feel and look.

By Robert Saitzyk
Panasonic GH4, FJ 8543 VD
"I see past my disability".

This is a film about an inspirational young man. Johnny Botton has faced challenges that many could not even contemplate. His journey through foster care, living with cerebral palsy and overcoming the prejudices that come with these, have made Johnny a role model and example to many. Johnny used to visit our family on respite for holidays. It was always obvious that his upbeat, compassionate and positive outlook on life was going to guide serve him well. My own children and foster children regard Johnny as a surrogate brother, and it was inevitable that I would do a film about Johnny at some point.

By Andrew Keeping
Lumix GH4, KD P400 Ptra
70's Childhood Reborn

A short documentary piece for Paradigm Norton telling the story of Andy, Sally and their 'Good Mud' Project in Bude, Cornwall. Their ethos on sustainable living, and integrating that premise into the local community is something we should all take heed of.

By Tom Andrews
Sony a7s, FJ 8543 VD
72

A short portrait documentary featuring my grandad.

Filmed & edited by Josh Cable.

Shot on the Sony a7s. Graded with FilmConvert & Deluts

By Josh Cable
Arri Alexa Mini, FJ 8543 VD
92MARS

Since I was a kid I had two things that fascinated me, space and movie making. I was fascinated by science, rockets and imagined myself becoming the first human to set foot on Mars. I took science and film classes during the summer, I worked hard to keep good grades, I did everything I thought will get me closer to my dream. But at 17 my parents divorced due to my mother mental illness, and one day I had no father, no house, no money, a very sick mother, and a small brother and sister that were looking up to me. For years we lived with friends, and relatives, and after a long list of mistakes, I reached bottom. I was homeless and broken. But God, the Universe, call it whatever you want, put people in my path that were able to see who could I become. I met the most beautiful human being, my wife, who showed me and taught me how to dream again. We came to this country 20 years ago, and now we have 3 amazing kids. I’ll take them to every rocket launch (even if they have to miss school

By Ricardo Bernardini