Red Bull Racing design, produce and inspect over a million parts a year.
This is the story of a humble front suspension bolt… RB12-FS-00663-02 🔩
Shot on Sony F5 & Cine Primes / Edited in FCPX / Graded in Da Vinci Resolve
An apartment designed by Future Facility with integrated products and services for the elderly, commissioned by the Helen Hamlyn Foundation on the occasion of the New Old exhibition held at the Design Museum in London.
Directed by Oliver Astrologo & Nils Astrologo – fb.com/oliver.astrologo
Much has been made about the wonders of Venice, but few ever venture deep enough across its less touristy, yet still historical hidden places. Beyond hundreds of canals and a diverse architectural style, a secret facet of Venetian life lives on, in which the journey of hand crafting gondola wooden oars and loomed fabrics remains rooted in ancient folk traditions.
This short film uncovers the secrets that have been handed down from father to son and projects you to the Venice that existed 500 years ago, immersing you in the extraordinary craftsmen’s veiled workshops that belong to a long lost era.
I have received so many messages asking for details on how I produce my videos.
I put down this short piece: oliver.as/videotips this explains few techniques I have been using and includes a list of equipment. Don’t hesitate to write to me if you need further details or have any recommendation.
This project has been produced in partnership with René Caovilla, the master Venetian shoemaker who has overwhelmed the world with his creations.
This video is a homage to the city of Venice on behalf of René Caovilla – renecaovilla.com
Flickr album: flic.kr/s/aHskBsBgNV
Filmed by Tommaso Cassinis | Nils Astrologo | Oliver Astrologo
Production assistant Valeria D’Ovidio
Location Manager Matteo Gottardis
Music produced by ZerOKilled Music Inc. – zerokilledmusic.com
Track ”Dream Journey” written by Moon Device
Sound Design by Peter Breaker
Listen on SoundCloud: goo.gl/03hVE1
Drone Footage licensed from third parties owners.
Claudio Roberto Zavagno
Fondazione Guggenheim Venezia
Forcole Saverio Pastor
Gaia Diletta Bottacin
Libreria Acqua Alta
Luigi Bevilacqua Srl
…and everyone who helped us to create this video.
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In 1962, Fidel Castro banned all professional (for profit) sports in Cuba. For Cuba’s top athletes this means a tough choice. Stay in Cuba, their home, or defect and follow their dreams. This is the story of two-time Olympic gold medalist Mario Kindelán Mesa.
Directed by: Justin Henning
Produced by: SOCIETY (society.tv) in association with EL CENTRAL producciones
Executive Producer: Harry Calbom & David Holm
Producer: Carlos Gómez & Reymel Delgado Rodriguez
Cinematographer: Justin Henning
Movi Operator: Ryan Haug (motionstate.com)
Assistant Director: Jimmy Ochoa
Camera Assistant: Matt Louie
2nd AC: Hannol Rodriguez
Sound: Elijah Lawson & Ariel Novo
Editor: Nick Pezzillo
Post Producer: David Guti Rosado
Colorist: Eric Rosen (lightpress.tv)
Compositor: David Viau
Titles: Jonny Sikov
Music by: Industrial Revelation, Buddy Rich & Solomon Ligthelm
Sound Design and Mixing by: John Buroker at Hearby Sound
Special thanks: Motion State, Austin Wilson, Harry Calbom, David Holm, Carlos Stevens, Nannette Buroker, Jeff Tillotson, Shane Dillon, Mckenna Turner, Larisa Peters, Rebecca Parenteau, Trust Collective
Starring: Mario Kindelán Mesa
This is my second project for Motion Techniques II. The concept is a poem by Alaska Gold.
edited script –
If the boy who draws
lets you look over his shoulder
if the poet smiles
and shows you her words
know that you’re no longer a person
but the air,
that fills their lungs
when the world perishes,
and all things cease to exist
you’ll remain inside an ink stain
check out Alaska’s awesome poetry!
Lullatone – falling asleep with a book on your chest