Monocle Films heads to Vilnius to explore Uzupis. This creative and quirky corner of the Lithuanian capital is more than just a neighbourhood – it’s a mini-state.
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Project : Louvre-Lens – 2012
Architect : SANAA
Location : Lens, France
Filmed & Edited by : Vincent Hecht
Music : —
Equipments : Canon 5D MkII + 24mm TS-E f/3.5 + 50mm f/1.4 + 100mm f/2.8
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
Joe Vilardi talks about the process of moving Richard Serra’s 40-foot figure eight sculpture “Sequence” from Stanford to SFMOMA in February 2015.
The sculpture will be unveiled as the 214-ton greeter for the new Howard Street Gallery in the expanded museum which opens in 2016.
Los Angeles is a city budding with talent: it’s a haven for artists and architects, top chefs, fresh designers and trendsetting retailers. Our guide will take you beyond the Hollywood bubble and uncover the diverse and exciting culture scene. Published by Gestalten, The Monocle Travel Guide to Los Angeles is available now at The Monocle Shop: monocle.com/shop/books/travel-guides/the-monocle-travel-guide-los-angeles/
This short film is based on the writings of naturalist, author and environmental philosopher John Muir. It is a an ode to wilderness, and was filmed in the Scottish Highlands.
For more information about the John Muir trust visit johnmuirtrust.org
From the souks and craftsmen of Marrakesh and Fes to the dunes of Merzouga and continuing on high into the Atlas mountains, see Morocco like you’ve never seen it before.
‘MOROCCO’ takes you on a journey beyond the obvious and into the heart and soul of this beautiful country.
The film was shot over the course of a month.
Sony 24-70mm f4
Came Single TV 3-axis gimbal
Edited on Adobe Premiere CC
Directed by: Nathaniel Connella
Produced by: The Tipsy Gypsies thetipsygypsies.net
Filmed and edited by: Nathaniel Connella
Color Grade by: Terry Politis ixorvfx.com
Sound Mix by: Luis Rosario
Dhafer Youssef – Oud and Vocals
Moroccan Spirit – La Mamounia
Simo Lagnawi – Sandika
Anello Capuano / Bruno Assenmacher – Ay Jan / Alap Robab / Srang Srang Srang (Afghanistan)
A tilt-shift film by Joerg Daiber.
Locations: Agios Nikolaos, Spinalonga, Kritsa, Katharo, Pitsidia and Matala on Crete, Greece.
You can license raw footage clips from the Little Big World series here: gettyimages.de/Search/Search.aspx?contractUrl=2&language=de&family=creative&p=spoonfilm&assetType=film
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Shot with Lumix GH2, Gorillapod, 14-140mm and 7-14mm Lenses.
Post with Final Cut Pro and After Effects.
Music: Greece by Gayle Ellett.
Barbicania is a feature-length film capturing a month-long immersion in the life of the Barbican Centre and Estate in London, one of the most representative achievements of brutalist architecture.
The film, built as a personal diary, recounts on a daily basis what the directors duo has discovered during their urban trip from the top floors of the towers to the underground levels of the art centre.
Barbicania invites you to discover the personalities, lifestyle and architectural landscapes that make the Barbican so special. Drawing an intimate human map of the place, the film questions the durability of this utopia of the 50s.
“An original and clever cinematographic language which deeply innovates the architecture representation.” Icon Design
“Beka & Lemoine animate the fortress and turn the darkest building of London into a series of colourful short stories.” L’Espresso
“An intimate and lively filmic map of Barbican’s Brutalist masterpiece.” Domus
More information on the project:
A window into the lives of three characters whose professions supply the blood to Istanbul’s heartbeat. Seldom truly ‘seen’ we follow them in their daily lives to portray a more authentic and candid view of the city and its people.
Dedicated to Döndü
Directed & Produced by: Mikael Nakkas (mikaelnakkas.com/)
DoP: Sebastian Cort (sebastiancort.com/)
Production Services: AZ Celtic Films, Istanbul (azcelticfilms.com/)
Researcher: Yagmur Araz
Sound Recordist: Roy Forberg
Sound Design: Oriol Campi
Editor: Flaura Atkinson at The Quarry (the-quarry.co.uk/editor/flaura-atkinson/)
Edit Producer: Charlie Morris at The Quarry
Grade: Toby Tomkins at CHEAT (cheatit.co/)
Original Music by: Baha Yetkin
Binnaz Gül Yeter
Gabi & Margaret Nakkas
Dave Samuels at The Quarry
Jamie & Hannah Clark at My Accomplice
Peter Bryant at Ice Film
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:
Full screen with good speakers or headphone for best experience.
A 4K version is available.
Hand : ” The terminal part of the human arm located below the forearm, used for grasping and holding and consisting of the wrist, palm, four fingers, and an opposable thumb “.
My purpose was to not cover the entire subject of hands. I think that the possibilities are way too wide. I was motsly interested on how hands inspire me.
This work could not have been possible without the help, the support and the participation of the following people.
Thanks to all of you for your patience, your time and your precious hands . Keep them Safe !
Lorenzo Naccarato, Marion Verhellen, Nicolas Gruber, Camille Martin, Jérôme Cynéfro, Tomomi Hirano, Veks Van Hillik, Hélène Hiquily, Violaine Perrot, Sylvie Guilleminot, Luc Pétronille, Laetitia Sioen, Philippe Beau, Christine Grévin, Fabrizio Granier, Christophe Sovran, Audrey Le Mée, Emma Pétronille, Brice Coyere, Dominique Tobio, Marie-France Gélard, Alma, Marie-Hélène Martin, Marc Pétronille, Alice Buret, Marcel, Annick Gualino, Bernard Barrailh, Laurence Ichard-Maury, Marie Maillos, Leila Ernest, Iris Ernest, Ugo Bagnarosa, Gilles Larroze, Léa German, Sarah Violaine, Raphaël Pezet, Mélanie Daoulas, Julie Pouléna, , Noir Films, Nicolas Chantal, FabLab, Sébastien Ichard-Maury, Jacquie Marty, Serges Martin, Victor Trifilieff, Guilhem Machenaud, Tristan Barathe, Call Mar, Lucile Dandelot, Grégoire Coulombel, Thibaut Mesmin, Lauriane Marcelo, Christophe Durand, & John Coktez.
Special Thanks to Léo & Ja Gualino.
Music : various versions of “In the Hall of the Mountain King” composed by Edvard Grieg and re-edited for this work.
First assistant director and Make up : Camille Martin.
Directed, shot and edited by Gioacchino Petronicce.
4K, STEREO, 4:12.
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