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
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A 16-year-old Alaskan Yup’ik teenager leaves his tiny village and travels across hundreds of miles of frozen tundra to compete in a basketball tournament and bring pride to his village.
Directors: Daniele Anastasion & Nathan Golon
Producer: Patrick White
Director of Photography: Nathan Golon
Editor: Matt Cascella
Original Music: Brooke Blair & Will Blair
Production Manager: Elyse Kelly
Assistant Editor: Shane Alcock
Post Production Services: Final Frame
Post Production Sound Facility: Creative Audio Post
For ESPN Films
Executive Producers: John Dahl, Libby Geist & Connor Schell
Senior Producer: Erin Leyden
Producers: Shaun Alperin & Deirdre Fenton
Did you miss The Revolving Room during Salone Internazionale del Mobile 2013, then this is your opportunity to get a glimpse of it.
The Revolving Room was a special installation by acclaimed designer Patricia Urquiola to celebrate her first textile collection for Kvadrat on her new and existing products for Moroso.
‘The Revolving Room is based around constant cycles. Hypnotically circular and repetitious rhythm is emphasised by the oversized embroidered fabrics’, Patricia Urquiola states. The entrance of the installation was illuminated with Philips luminous textiles on Kvadrat Soft Cells, and inside the space a series of three-sided fabric panels slowly revolve creating a dynamic, abstract and vibrant environment that constantly change as the panels rotate.
The Revolving Room was awarded with the Milano Design Award for the best installation shown by international design brands during Salone Internazionale del Mobile 2013.
パトリシア・ウルキオラが2013年のミラノデザインウィークで行ったKvadratとMorosoのためのインスタレーション「The Revolving Room」
Short stay in Vienna. This is first part. Lazy weekend in Schonbrunn Palace. Wonderful place with a lot of air and light there. It makes you desperately hunt for inspiration and film. The source of inspiration may not be made of matter.
Magic Lantern RAW 14bit video.
Graded in Davinci Resolve. Grain added in post with Filmconvert.
Music by Luke Atenció
Poem by A. S. J Tessimond
PS: listen it in headphones
Vindur is a non-narrative short film shoot with drone in different parts of Iceland.
Vindur means wind in Icelandic which is relevant to the way its shoot. So for 3 minutes you will get to enjoy amazing drone footage portraying Icelandic unbelievable landscapes. Beautiful waterfalls, endless valleys, unusual mountain ranges, out of this world landscapes, oceanic cliffs, old glacier, fantastic canyon and many other wonders that makes Iceland so unique and such a blast to shoot using DJI Phantom 3 professional.
I really hope you enjoy watching it.
A semi-finalist at CineFest film Festival in Los Angeles (drone film category)
Technical information for those who interested:
Drone – DJI Phantom 3 Professional
Filters – Polar Pro
Edit – Adobe Premier
Music mix – Adobe Audition
Post-production – Adobe After Effects
Grading – Adobe Premier & Magic Bullet
During the summer of 2016, We created directed a video about unsatisfying situations: the frustrating, annoying, disappointing little things of everyday life, that are so painful to live or even to watch.
We quickly realized that there are a lot of other situations that would be fun to see animated, so we decided to run an animation challenge around this idea.
Join the Unsatisfying Challenge Here : unsatisfying.tv/
Direction Animation and illustration : Parallel Studio
Sound Design : Zelig Sound
Music : Samuel Barber
Special Thanks to : Hugo Leick
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Since they commenced their creative directorship of Valentino in 2008, Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli have made a point of opening the exclusive and enigmatic world of couture to a new audience. From conducting atelier visits to clarifying the importance of the relationship between an idea and its making, the duo explain how and why they are presenting a less well-known side to “Made in Italy”.
Mountain Hardwear athlete, Cheyne Lempe, created Awake In Me after his trip to Greece. This film is about how going to incredible places isn’t an escape from normal life or trying to hide from problems, but the power and energy in a place like Kalymnos helps you work through whatever struggles life throws at you. Going to beautiful places not only helps jolt back into reality, but it helps me take a step back from that way of unhealthy living and thinking.
登山家のシェイン・ レンプがギリシャを旅する。アウトドアメーカーのMountain Hardwearのプロモーションフィルム。
BSI Swiss Architectural Award 2014 / winner — José María Sánchez García, Spain
This video was shooted with a Canon 5D Mark II in Alange (Badajoz, Spain) in June 2014, as a collaboration with the architecture photographer Enrico Cano (enricocano.it).
The aim was to show the building in its complexity and with the surrounding environment, to document the project of José María Sánchez García during the exhibition of BSI Swiss Architectural Award 2014 (bsi-swissarchitecturalaward.ch).
Architect: José María Sánchez García, Spain (jmsg.es)
Architecture: Rowing Centre (2008-2010)
In spring of 2016, me and a couple of friends decided to head up to no-mans-land above the arctic circle to explore, sail, fish & chase some spring slush.
I brought a couple of cameras and my split board to what turned out to be the most amazing experience of my life so far. To be continued.
To follow any upcoming trips, check out : sailtoski.com
This is the city-wide follow up to my aerial exploration of downtown Los Angeles from last year (vimeo.com/101231747). And much like with downtown, I continue to be awe struck by how much of this vast city I have partially or completely overlooked before undertaking this video. And like most voyages of discovery, I’ve realize there’s so much more to find.
Packing it all into one short-form video has been nigh impossible and much didn’t make it for safety, privacy or simply because I couldn’t make it 30 minutes long! Notably missing are: LAX Theme Building, both Gettys, some Lautner homes, numerous beautiful buildings, the Gabba gallery, many murals that vanished before I got to them, and much of downtown featured in last year’s video.
A map of the locations is here: goo.gl/f4fq3U
The music is BLu ACiD’s electro-blues adaptation of “If You Ain’t Never Had The Blues” by Boo Boo Davis and is used with permission. I felt it fitting to a city of eclectic styles and influences, equal parts refined and rough edges. The version used here is my own extended edit. Download the original song here: itunes.apple.com/us/album/if-you-aint-never-had-the-blues/id1006196698?i=1006197030
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Droning For Good
With all the controversy about drones, it’s important to remember that they can be (and often are) used responsibly. As with many emerging technologies, the laws struggle to keep up and we must employ a common sense approach to their use that is respectful to community, safety and the law.
My Drone Protocol
– Avoid busy periods, rush hours, special events, etc.
– Avoid sensitive areas or anything that can be misconstrued without prior permission.
– Avoid crowds. Small groups only from the periphery with ground spotters and two-way radios.
– No flights near airports, TFR areas and restricted airspace (FAA class B, C, D).
– Be prepared for local air traffic below 400ft including awareness of helipad locations.
– Operate at or below roof lines to assure separation from air traffic.
– Avoid “loitering” next to residential homes and apts.
– Respect residential areas for quiet and right to privacy.
– Eliminate any material that inadvertently reveals someone in a place of privacy.
“With Hyperloop One we have given form to a mobility ecosystem of pods and portals, where the waiting hall has vanished along with waiting itself. Hyperloop One combines collective commuting with individual freedom at near supersonic speed. We are heading for a future where our mental map of the city is completely reconfigured, as our habitual understanding of distance and proximity – time and space – is warped by this virgin form of travel.” Bjarke Ingels, Founding Partner, BIG.