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Martin Kohlstedt - Strom (Chapter II)

How do you approach what we call music – for its creators, for its listeners, for its tangent society? Martin Kohlstedt, a composer and pianist in the maelstrom of contemporary experimental classical music searches and provides his own answers in form of improvisations, modular compositions and foremost in the embrace of intuitive emotion. Nothing must be forbidden in music if it was, in its core, born from irrevocable encounters – that is his credo. The multi-part documentary dubbed »Strom« accompanies Martin Kohlstedt on his journeys. They lead him from his rustic thuringian home to the seemingly abstract musical cultures of Iran, the United States and Russia to circle around and ultimately arrive back at himself .»Strom« – the german term for »stream« as well as »electricity« – is also the title of Martin Kohlstedts current album, is a reference to the amalgamation of instrumental corpora with an electrified world. But first and foremost the title is an hommage to the playful stre

By Patrick Richter
Sony A7SII, KD 5207 Vis3
Martin Kohlstedt - Strom (Chapter I)

How do you approach what we call music – for its creators, for its listeners, for its tangent society? Martin Kohlstedt, a composer and pianist in the maelstrom of contemporary experimental classical music searches and provides his own answers in form of improvisations, modular compositions and foremost in the embrace of intuitive emotion. Nothing must be forbidden in music if it was, in its core, born from irrevocable encounters – that is his credo. The multi-part documentary dubbed »Strom« accompanies Martin Kohlstedt on his journeys. They lead him from his rustic thuringian home to the seemingly abstract musical cultures of Iran, the United States and Russia to circle around and ultimately arrive back at himself. In this manner the single episodes try in their own way to find answers to the questions at the beginning: How can you grasp music in a documentary context? For the film-maker Patrick Richter the search for certain moments becomes the main tool: The next note could very we

By Patrick Richter
Blackmagic Ursa Mini Pro, FJ 8553 ET
Daniel & Mia: The Sun Valley Wedding

This wedding film was something out of the ordinary; we wanted to treat it like a short film and really drive the film's emotions through music and visuals. We left California with storyboards, color grade plan, and song selection. The next step was getting the shots and completing the film. I love the pairing of my Blackmagic Ursa mini pro with FilmConvert. It also matches so nicely on my DJI Phantom4Pro footage. Anyways, ENJOY!

By jake pollgreen