A few days ago I had the chance to stay in Venezia for four hours. It was the first time in my life, despite living in Italy and being almost forty. I’ve been waiting for this so long that I decided to shoot a video to remember this experience.
I tried to replicate the approach of the ancient travellers, meaning that I didn’t use a map and I simply walked around losing myself in the beautiful narrow alleys of the city, trying to capture the life of the natives and trying to avoid the tourist areas as much as possible. I must say that the experience was pure gold. Venezia is without doubt one of the most beautiful cities on earth, a place you’ll remember forever.
Filmed with a Canon 6D
Shot in Iceland
The laughing heart by Charles Bukowski
read by Tom O’Bedlam
Music : Ryan Taubert – Soul Battles
Additional Footage : Gerald Faway / Rodrigue El Hajj / Julian van Dieken. ( Footage used with license )
Drone operator : Nolan Grose / Alex Sauerbrunn / Damian Popławski
Edit / grade / Sound design : Laurent Tixhon
アイスランドの雄大な自然と、チャールズ・ブコウスキー「The Laughing Heart」の朗読を重ね合わせた映像。
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
A film about purpose in life, seen through the eyes of a Buddhist monk and his son.
Director//Yoko Okumura – yokofilm.com
Cinematographer//Bennett Cerf – bennettcerf.com
Editors//Yoko Okumura & Steve Pristin – stevenpristin.com
Sound Design//Patrick Janssen – patjanssen.com
Music// Ken Christianson//Derde Verde – ken4397.wixsite.com/pere // derdeverde.bandcamp.com
Shohaku Okumura – sanshinji.org
Yuko Okumura – ichigotofu.weebly.com
copyright Yoko Okumura 2016
Human beings don’t always make rational decisions. But making irrational decisions is precisely what makes us human. These decisions, based on an impulse or a feeling, often lead us to those perfect moments when it feels great to be alive.
“The Beauty of the Irrational” follows Ryan Sandes, a South African Ultra-Runner, as he returns to the Fish River Canyon to run the 5 day, 84km, Fish River Canyon Hiking Trail in the fastest time possible.
He completed the run, self-supported, in amazing time of 6h57min!
Directed by Dean Leslie
Produced by Greg Fell
Cinematography by Dean Leslie & Dale Hunt
Edited by Dean Leslie
Original music by Signpost Sound
Supported by Salomon, Suunto and Velocity Sports Lab
Alu-Cab – alu-cab.co.za
Signpost Sound – signpostsound.co.za
African Extreme Promotions – africanextremepromotions.com
Considering the current tech spiral that is being inflicted upon the city of San Francisco, one space Book and Job Gallery, headed by Carson Lancaster represents the former SF; the dark undercurrent, the repellant, erratic, mysterious, elements of San Francisco that are slowly dying.
Produced by Jonas Normann
Motion design and vfx: Kolja Pedersen
Original Score: Frederik Sass
Audio post: Torsten Frøstrup
Special thanks to:
Party of the third part
Jan Wayne Swayze
Filmed with Sony fs7 + Leica M glass
Book and Job Galleryを運営する写真家/ギャラリストのカーソン・ランカスターが、拠点であるサンフランシスコを語る。
The Eastern Sierra Mountain Range offers an extremely diverse range of unique natural features, from some of the oldest living trees in the world to extraordinary desert arches. Beyond its incredible terrain, this area of California also offers stunning, vivid views of the Milky Way and the Night Sky.
Its crazy to think that the Galaxy can be captured with this much detail, only a few hours away from Los Angeles and San Francisco. I hope that seeing some of this footage with influence more people to get out there any witness the magic of the night sky. I have met people in SF and LA that have never seen the Milky Way in their entire life. Why not?! Its within such a close reach!
Having been born and raised in California, I have a special affinity for the Eastern Sierra region. It was one of the first areas that I featured in my early photography projects. I wanted to re-visit this beautiful region and showcase some of my favorite views through Timelapse photography.
Created by Michael Shainblum
James Everingham – Close your Eyes
Motion Control Equipment:
I went up early to go to the Oostvaardersplassen, a nature reserve in the Netherlands.
I was lucky: It was a beautiful misty morning!
Enjoy these enchanting landscapes.
Music: “one moment (cdk play it cool mix)” by cdk
2005 – Licensed under
Attribution Noncommercial Share-Alike
For centuries, Ethiopia’s Lower Omo Valley has been a crossroads for many distinct tribes. During times of drought, natural resources become scarce, escalating clashes between groups. In an ever-changing landscape, young men and women come of age in an unfamiliar time.
The story is narrated from two unique perspectives. Uri- a young boy from the Hamar tribe who becomes a man during his rite of passage ceremony, and Segelgwo- an elder chief of the Daasanach, who reflects on his community’s uncertain future.
You can view behind the scenes videos about the making of this film here:
Featuring: Uri Muda Wado, Argileb Tuchamoi, Poshi Mayto Woroo, Hassan Yiergilieb, Ente Algo Aska
Directed By: Joey L.
Cinematography By: Sean Stiegemeier
Written By: Joey L, Charity Paniamogan, Uri Muda Wado
In Collaboration With: Hamar, Dassanach & Kara Tribes, Southern Nations, Nationalities & Peoples Region, Ethiopia
Produced By: Dawit Shimelis, Blue Media PLC, Anteneh Endale Mamo, Susie Hayasaka
Editor: Stavros Stavropoulos
Additional Editing: Jon Connor, Joey L
Original Score By: Tony Anderson
Additional Music By: Salomon Lighthelm, Serac by Luke Atencio, Slow Cold by Afterlife parade, MusicBed.com
Production Manager: Caleb Adams
Audio And Mix: Jeff Pace
1st AC/DIT: Porter McKnight
Gaffer And Electrician: Andrew Redpath
Grip: “Straight” Dave Krysl
Color: Lilit Digital Lab [Brazil-SP], Laura Futuro – Co Ordinator, Sabrina Wilkins – Co Ordinator, Julia Bisilliat – Color Artist, Joana Reis – Workflow Manager
Title Motion Graphics: Craig Gowans
Additional Translation: John Elino, Uri Muda Wado, Kedir, Chauncher
Special Thanks: Kickstarter and all supporters, Tourism Commission of Ethiopia, Ethiopian Consulates of NYC, LA, Toronto, & London, White House Custom Color, Zylights, Lowepro, Pixipixel, Red Carnation Hotel London
Bloom is a story about taking risks. As the short film opens, we meet Isabella, an Argentinian girl arriving in the U.S. for the very first time to visit a long-time friend. Looking to escape the monotony of everyday life, Isabella finds herself in a remote West Coast mountain town armed with nothing but her luggage and scant understanding of the English language. Upon realizing her luggage was mixed up at the airport, she embarks on an unexpected journey with a stranger, one that flips her world upside down. Limited by language barriers, these two strangers must rely only on body language and facial expressions to convey even simple thoughts and ideas.
Directors: Diego Contreras, Khalid Mohtaseb
Cast: Florencia Chiaramoni, James Mackay
Writer: Diego Contreras
Director Of Photography: Khalid Mohtaseb
Producer: Brendan Cochrane
Production Company: NYLAHD
Co-Producers: Diego Contreras, Khalid Mohtaseb
Production Supervisor: James Parker
Location Managers: Fred Gee, Chris Langley
Location Supervisor: Manuel Ruiz
Production Designer: Joseph Sciacca
Editor: Alex Bohs
Edit Producer: Josh Greenberg, We Are Famous
Colorist: Aline Sinquin, The Mill
Color Assist: Elias Nousiopoulus, Ashley Ayarza
Color Producer: Kimberly Rivero
Sound Design and Mix: Defacto Sound
2nd Unit DP: Dan Stewart
Steadicam Operator: Mike Wilson
1st AC: Jared Knecht
Aerial Photography: Aerial Imagery Works
Gaffer: Dan Stewart
Prop Master: Madison Hatch
Production Assistant – Jessica Swopshire
Behind-the-scenes: David Gamboa
Location Sound: David Gamboa
Stylist: Saury Armenta
Hair/Makeup: Diana Solano
VFX: Cvlt Production, Tanguy Bodivit
VFX Producer: Chavvah Stuart
Additional VFX: Dan DiFelice
Additional Cast: Diana Solano, Tom Spinks, Cheryl Howerton
Music / Score:
“Arrival”, original track by Nathan Matthew David.
“Lost and Found”, “Steering Blind”, “Wherever It Goes” original tracks by The Driftmob Orchestra. Courtesy of Soundproof Tracks.
“Perfect Vision”, Courtesy of Soundproof Tracks.
“Crow: When Your Love Somebody” by Kool Head
Written by Brandon McMichael and Jason Nitti
Courtesy of Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., Inc.
Vimeo, Bullitt Branded, Red Digital Cinema, Glyph Production Technologies, California Stake Parks, and Hernany Perla.
自動車メーカーのリンカーンとVimeoのコラボレーションプロジェクト「In The Moment」から、空港で取り違えたバッグを持ち主に届けた少女が経験する予定外の旅を描いた短編映画。
The Sami People call it the ‘blue time’ – the period in winter when the sun doesn’t rise above the horizon in northern areas of Scandinavia. Jeff Allen visits northern Norway every year, in both winter and summer, to break out of the world of credit cards and double glazing that society has become and explore the breath-taking wilderness and coastline by sea kayak with longtime friend Bjørn Eines. In more recent years, he has taken up dog sledding under the experienced wing of Tore Albrigtsen and now guides expeditions to the region to let others witness the beauty of his favourite place on earth.
Directed, filmed and edited by Greg Dennis
Supported by Sideways
Original Score composed by Chris Davey
Voice of Jeff Allen
With Thanks to Bjørn Eines and Tore Albrigtsen
Watch the Graphic Pack: vimeo.com/169675730
Case study: nerdo.tv/case-study/la-effe-2016
“There is nothing wrong with change, if it is in the right direction.”
The broadcast channel La Effe is not only a TV station. It’s an eclectic, multifaceted, plural and versatile way of thinking.
For their new on-air identity they were looking for something to convey a big change in their positioning, to stand out among the other SKY channels, something clear, brave and cool.
We came out with a strong typographic approach to celebrate their background, enclosed in a never-seen-on-TV design.
Proudly branded by NERDO.
Art direction, animation: Alessandro Durando, Daniele Gavatorta, Lorenzo Levrero
Additional animator: Riccardo Chiara
Head of Content and Communication: Riccardo Chiattelli
Brand Manager: Fabio Pietranera
Original Music (Graphick pack): Smider
Sound Design (Graphick pack): Andrea Pestarino
© EFFE TV S.r.l.
Paris is a vibrant city and it has never been quiet for me. It’s full of fragile sounds, unique textures of streets echoing with the patter of footsteps, wheels, horns, voices.
Tons of sounds, images were recorded and archived in 200 seconds.
Music by David A. Molına
Listen in good headphones. It’s a must.
Follow me at facebook.com/alexaasolo
Morocco is a beautiful, unique, challenging and intense part of the world. In the month we spent travelling through this vast country in May 2016 we encountered sandstorms in the Sahara, became lost inside the endless souks of Marrakech and met some incredibly friendly people along the way. From the striking blue city of Chefchaouen, to the endless dunes of Erg Chebbi, and to the relaxed coastal town of Essaouira, Morocco has it all. This is my impression of a country that will forever hold some special memories.
Samyang 24mm T/1.5
Samyang 50mm T/1.5
Sony Zeiss 16-35mm f/4
Tony Anderson – ‘All Is Not Lost’
Ryan Taubert – ‘Inclination’
Max LL – ‘Gatherings’
“Should we go?” Chad Sayers and Forrest Coots decide, indeed, they should. Upon arriving in Iran, they are welcomed with profound warmth, stunned by the immense beauty of the landscape and culture. Threaded through Tehran’s bustling bazaars to Isfahan’s dazzling mosques, the two skiers get a glimpse at the complex dichotomy that divides public and private lives in Iran. As journalist Elaine Sciolino writes, “Iran can be dazzling, and light-filled, a reflection of its complexities; but it can also be cold, confusing, and impenetrable.” To travel to Iran is a reminder of the virtues of travel itself. Nothing is as it first appears. At private ski chalets atop slopes of the Alborz and Zagros mountains, rules and customs relent.
Presented by Arc’teryx in association with Gore-Tex.
Visit: askiersjourney.com to learn more.
Director / Producer / Camera / Editor: Jordan Manley
Featuring: Chad Sayers & Forrest Coots
Associate Producer: Laura Yale
Script Consultants: Daniel Irvine & Chad Manley
Assistant Editors: Bill Hawley & Natasha Irvine
Additional Sound Design & Mix: Jeff Yellen
Technical: Shot on Sony A7SII with Sony Zeiss lenses.
7 artists, 7 days, 7 videos.
The amazing Italian region of Liguria told in time-lapse and tilt-shift.
A magical and peculiar visual tour from Riviera di Ponente to Riviera di Levante and in between!
Shot in one week during Digital Diary of Liguria (turismoinliguria.it) for Can’t Forget Italy.
From more than 16.000 pictures.
Music “Ma Se Ghe Penso” — Mario Capello (1925)
“A Seissento” — Piero Parodi (1967)
XII Multivision Festival 2014 Official Selection
flEXiff 2014 Official Selection
1st Prize Best Timelapse
1st Prize Category Destination
Digital Diary Liguria 2013
All sequences available up to 4K resolution.
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How and when did wild wolves turn into domestic pets? Science tells us that humans were behind the domestication of what is now man’s best friend—but the timeline of the transformation has always been mysterious. In this video, Atlantic science writer Ed Yong explains the surprising origin of dogs in light of new research.