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Canon C300 MKII, KD 5207 Vis3
#MoreThanAnImage: Giles Duley

Giles Duley is a documentary photographer and humanitarian activist. For Giles, the power of photography is its ability to create change by inspiring those with the capacity to help. Giles tells the stories of those affected by war and conflict, and we explore the power of storytelling and his own personal sacrifice in his inspirational story. Having spent much of his recent career documenting the lives of refugees affected by conflict in the Middle East, Giles relies on the power of photography to present unique stories capable of delivering real change.

By Tom Martinq
Sony a7s II, FJ 8543 VD
The Pavement Poet, A Short Documentary

To most, Danny Rowland is known as The Pavement Poet. As he travels through cities and towns across the UK and parts of Europe, he chalks his poetry on the pavements. What inspires him to live his life the way he does, constantly on road, travelling with nothing but his bare essentials? And what do the locals and the councils think about his chosen form of creative expression? Find out in this short documentary, where Danny takes you to the very beginning of his journey and discloses the challenges of his way of life.

By Tamara
Sony A7sII, KD 5207 Vis3
Brynn Casey: Portraits of the Creator

A painter sees more in her artwork than simply nature. Her reflection on the canvas is a beautiful mirror of her soul. This film is part of a publication series for Atlanta Makers. We are unfunded and producing these films to highlight the maker community here in Atlanta GA.

By Nathan Cheuvront
A6000, KD P400 Ptra
MrBoho SS17

__Blurb__ SS17 MrBoho. Recorded during a freezing day of January in Altea with a wonderful crew. Credits in the video. __Music__ Operator by Bravestation. Licensed by Audiosocket. __Technical Data__ Camera: Sony A6000 Adapter: Metabones Speedbooster Nikon F (for G lenses) to Sony E-mount Lens: Sigma 50mm f/1.4 EX DG HSM Recording settings: 24 and 60 fps, 1080p, XAVC-S 50 Mbps Picture profile: Neutral -3 -1 -1, DRO variable Shutter speed: 1/50s for 24fps; 1/100s for 60fps Aperture: lens slightly stopped down aprox 1 stop (+- f/2.0) White balance: daylight ISO: 100 Tripod: No tripod Stabilization: Joby Gorillapod Focus flexible tripod against my body + Manfrotto 804RC2 three axis head Editting: Premiere Pro Grading: FilmConvert Sony A7s Still Still profile, K400 film, no grain + Lumetri Manual focus & exposure __Render__ 1080p 2 pass

By Javier de Bona Piedrabuena
Sony A7sII, FJ Prov 100
Elopement in Tuscany | Jennifer & Sebastian

Wir freuen uns riesig, das wir euch unser erstes Elopement zeigen dürfen das wir begleitet haben. Wir waren mit Jennifer und Sebastian in der Toskana in einem alten Landgut. Eine wunderschöne Location um sich die Liebe zu schwören. Alle Bilder gibts auf unserem Blog zu sehen: Geschnitten und gegraded in Final cut mit FilmConvert und Color Finale

By Simon Volz
Sony a7s, FJ 8553 ET
Comedians Who Aren't Dancers Dancing / FilmConvert

Seventy-five comedians danced around NYC all to different song in the spring and summer of 2017 and then they were all the dances were cut together to the same song, Electric Guest's "Bound To Lose."

By Geoffrey Stevens
Canon C100 Mark II, FJ Velvia 100
Portrait of my Father : 28 years as a mountain rescue

After 28 years working as a Mountain Rescue, my Father retired. This is a short documentary about his career, his experiences and about a job of which the details are not well known to many. I have, myself, learned a lot during the two days while making this portrait. The joys of having a job that was more a passion than work, the strong bonds made over the years, but also the risks and the emotional impact of some of the missions. So, here is a short and condensed piece about a career that is, to me, extraordinary; of a humble and courageous man that I call my Dad.

By Florent Piovesan
FS7, KD 5213 Vis3
The Water Sommelier

Martin Riese is a water sommelier, which, despite what your brain might be telling you right now, is a real thing. Riese is perhaps the most well known of a very small pool of water sommeliers around the world who have made a profession of tasting, analyzing, judging, and ultimately spreading the good word about the many different flavors of water our tastebuds have been missing out on. For this film, we followed Martin from his home at the Patina Restaurant in Los Angeles to the first of its kind water competition and trade show in Guangzhou, China. Why? “Because water is not just water.”

By David Freid
FS7, FJ 8553 ET
Battle for Birthday Mountain

Norway wants to give Finland a mountain for its birthday. Bjørn Geirr Harsson is facing an uphill legal battle for an arctic mountain-sized birthday present between neighboring countries. Bjørn, a retired geophysicist of the Norwegian Mapping Authority, had an idea to fix an anomaly along the border between Norway and Finland, and give Finland what would be its tallest mountain for it’s 100th birthday. Considering the tumultuous history of international boundaries, this would be an unprecedented show of kindness between countries. But how exactly does one give away a mountain?

By David Freid
FS7, Plrd 600
Return to High Chaparral

Last year, we visited a theme park celebrating America’s mythic Wild West in wintery Sweden that became a welcoming home for refugees fleeing the Syrian civil war: As strange as that sounds, this was a pretty good deal for about 500 people looking to start a new life. But with global political winds shifting toward isolationism, the Wild West response to a refugee crisis only lasts so long. We went back to see how the West was lost.

By David Freid
FS7, FJ 8553 ET
First Ladyland

Sevnica, the small medieval town in Slovenia where Melania Trump grew up, is officially open for business. That’s because, in many ways, our new First Lady is their new First Lady too. And now it seems the whole country is talking about their favorite daughter. Slovenia couldn't be further removed from her husband's vision for America, but Slovenians across the country are embracing The Donald and making preparations for a boom in tourism that, if all goes as planned, should start any moment now. If you try not to get too partisan for about 20 minutes, FIRST LADYLAND will make you smile bigly. But if we go missing, please check our coffee for cyanide.

By David Freid
FS7, FJ 8553 ET
Nobody Dies in Longyearbyen

"They say that when you're hit by the polar bug, you never leave." Don't say we didn't warn you. Nobody dies in Longyearbyen, or so goes the rumor. We went to the northernmost city in the world to find out why, and stumbled into the first act of a science fiction flick about something deadly, long buried in the permafrost.

By David Freid