Experimental video made during the Ishinomaki Stand Up Week 2012.
It was the 2nd edition of collective events week, trying to reconnect and reorganize downtown’s life after tsunami disaster happened in March 11th 2011.
Thanks a lot to friends and association as Ishinomaki Kobo and Ishinomaki 2.0, for their support and kindness.
You can find also information on Ishinomaki Architecture Workshop /2012 edition, on our website:
In 2005, famous designer and architect Maarten van Severen dies. He left us with one of the most extraordinary collections of furniture and several exquisite architectural project but also 4 young sons who carry part of their father’s talent and personality. While we follow the boys’ steps towards a promising future, we reconstruct the tumultuous and tragical life of their father. When his sons get confronted with some of the same challenges and problems as their father, history seams to repeat itself.
Website of the film: maartenvanseverenthefilm.com/
Lost In Kyrgyzstan / Our Video Travel Guide –> bit.ly/2cZuS1z
Sara Izzi and Timur Tugalev, digital nomads and authors of the Travel blog The Lost Avocado.com document for the first time incredible country of Kyrgyzstan.
From Bishkek, Capital of Kyrgyzstan, to the dreaming sceneries of the lake of Song Köl, from Orto Tokoy, a reservoir of turquoise water in the Kochkor District, up to Issik Kul, UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, and Karakol, with its canyons, wild parks and colourful markets.
The seams of the mountains of Kyrgyzstan, drawn by a gentle black pencil, the white sand that embrace alpine lakes lashed by the September breeze, create a magnificent sight that leaves you breathless.
We hope you enjoy the fascinating landscapes of Kyrgyzstan, a Central Asian gem yet to be discovered.
Lost in Kyrgyzstan filmed in 4K with a drone.
More on: thelostavocado.com
Video By: Sara Izzi and Timur Tugalev
Cameras used: Sony A7S and DJI Phantom 4
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Seven Eleven by 20syl feat Ibrahim Maalouf
After making a timelapse video of Toronto and one of Paris, both cities that I lived in and really enjoy, I felt there was something missing. With that I thought of New York City. New York is one of my favorite cities. It is such an amazing source of inspiration for urban cityscape photography. I don’t plan to stay in North America forever, and New York is not that far from Toronto, so I decided to take my chance. I wanted to do something unique. Therefore, I decided to do this 4K video of New York City in which I mix aerial footage and timelapse.
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