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。
Monocle invited chef Jonathan Conroy into our Midori House kitchen to cook the prefect summer meal. He demonstrated the art of making a traditional Turkish starter, Mediterranean main course and a quintessential British classic – trifle – on film.
Ruutu, which means diamond or square in Finnish, is a collection of 10 vases available in five sizes and seven colours. When collected and combined, they make small seamless installations where both the strength and the delicate nature of the glass come alive.
The fluidity and vibrant feel of the mouth blown glass creates the delicate character for Ruutu.
Ruutu in stores in January 2015.
Director / Camera – Juriaan Booij
Edit – James Cundill
Music – Andy Simmns
Film on location in Iittala, Finland and Paris, France
Koolhaas Houselife portrays one of the masterpieces of contemporary architecture of recent years: the house in Bordeaux, designed by Rem Koolhaas / OMA in 1998.
The film lets the viewer enter into the daily intimacy of the house through the stories and daily chores of Guadalupe Acedo, the housekeeper, and the other people who look after the building. As we follow and interact with Guadalupe, an unusual and unpredictable look at the spaces and structure of the building opens up.
“Heartfelt, thought-provoking and hilariously funny.” The New York Times
“A thoroughly delightful film!” The Wall Street Journal
“A cult movie.” El Pais
“Magic.” Le Monde
More information on the project at:
Creative Director: Patrik Johäll
Project Manager: Anna Johäll
AD: Simon Sjödin
Director: Daniel Mattiasson
DOP: Andreas Nilsson
Camera incl Aerials: Andreas Nilsson, Markus Wetterberg
Aerials: Aircam. Operator: Daniel Casselby
Edit / Grade : Andreas Nilsson
Post: Norbert Nagel, Robert Melander, Andreas Nilsson
Assistants: Pontus Ahlqvist, Amelia Bordahl, Robert Elmengård
In a previous video, we attended the opening night of the Public sector of Art Basel in Miami Beach 2015. This video shows how the outdoor sculptures and site-specific installations look by day. As a reminder, the 2015 edition of Public is titled “Metaforms”. Metaforms presents works by the artists Olaf Breuning, James Capper, Tony Cragg, Melvin Edwards, Sam Falls, Sylvie Fleury, Katharina Grosse, Matt Johnson, Jacob Kassay, Kris Martin, Rubén Ortiz Torres, Athena Papadopoulos, Ishmael Randall-Weeks, Sterling Ruby, Michael Sailstorfer, Tomás Saraceno, Tony Tasset, Rirkrit Tiravanija, Francisco Ugarte, Timm Ulrichs, Marianne Vitale, Ursula von Rydingsvard, Hank Willis Thomas, Robert Wilson, Yan Xing, and Yiao Yu.
Art Basel Miami Beach 2015: Public Sector by Day. Miami Beach, Florida (USA), December 3, 2015.
The video shows the relationship between architecture and the environment, the nature that surrounds it, the context in which it is located and how it reacts to different weather conditions.
It was filmed in India in July 2012 with a Canon 5D Mark II, and was part of the exhibition of the BSI Swiss Architectural Award 2012, which opened in September at the Academy of Architecture in Mendrisio (Switzerland).
Architect: Studio Mumbai
Architecture: Copper House II
A tilt-shift video by Joerg Daiber.
Shot in Cannes, France during the Filmmarket in October 2011. Shot with Lumix GH2, Gorillapod, 14-140mm and 7-14mm Lenses.
Music: Saint Saens: Carnival of the Animals. Licensed at Neo Sounds.
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the radar :: the new site-specific installation was projected onto the sands and waves on Devil’s Beach in Rio de Janeiro (between Copacabana and Ipanema)
Ryoji Ikeda:: the radar
7-9 SEP 2012, Praia do Diabo (Devil’s Beach), Arpoador, Rio de Janeiro, BR
curated by Marcello Dantas
OiR project http://www.oir.art.br/
© Ryoji Ikeda 2012, All Rights Reserved. www.ryojiikeda.com
The estranged brothers Darren and Travis drive into the desert, where Travis insists on performing a ritual he claims will reconnect them with their long disappeared father.
Written and directed by: Markus Schroder
Produced by: Alasdair Mitchell
Executive Producers: Markus Schroder and Björn Rühmann
Production Company: Future Lights Productions
Cinematographer: Benjamin Kitchens
Production Design: Andrew Katz
Editor: Charlie Reddie
Colorist: Toby Tomkins
Sound Designer: Andy Humphreys
Title Design: Lucas Borrás
Original Music by: Passion Bel Canon
Production Assistant: Kyle Dunn and Jordan van der Keyl
1st AC: Vito Huizar
2nd AC: Tyson Banks
Gaffer: Jasper Granderath
Sound Mixer: Max Kalmanowicz
Art Director: Soojin Kang
Make-up Artist: Rebecca Abraham
Picture Post by: CHEAT
Editing Facilities provided by: Nomad Editing Company
Sound Post by: 750mph
Original music produced, mixed and arranged by: Dan White
Original music performed by: Lauren Partridge / Will Barter / Jamie Smith as Passion Bel Canon
Additional music and instrumentation by: Dan White
Recorded and engineered at: Pick Pocket Studios, London
Camera provided by: MP Camera
Lenses by: Iguana Digital Cinema
Lighting & Grip by: Express Lighting & Grip Inc.
Very special thanks:
Shot on location in the Mojave Desert, California
©2015 Markus Schroder / Future Lights Productions Ltd
The Exhibition Road project will provide a new entrance, courtyard and purpose-built subterranean gallery for temporary exhibitions showcasing the best of contemporary design, as well as celebrating the beauty of the V&A’s existing structure. This short film takes a look at the current work and progress of the build happening on site.
For more details about the Exhibition Road project please visit: vam.ac.uk/page/e/exhibition-road-building-project/
アマンダ・レヴェットが設計したヴィクトリア＆アルバート博物館の新棟「Exhibition Road Building」の施工プロセスを記録した動画
Selling at Christie’s is simpler than you think, here’s how in three steps.
Have you even wondered what something might be worth? Finding out is straightforward with the help of the experts at Christie’s.
Design, Storyboard & Direction – Emmanuelle Walker
Animation – Mohamed Fadera, Pierre Rutz
Lead & Animatic – Dave Walker
Compositing – Abel Kohen
3D – Abel Kohen, Florent Rousseau
Voice over – Mariella Frostrup
Music – Nikky French
Comissioned by Katrina Mansoor at Christie’s London
Production – Nexus Productions
Executive Producer – Luke Youngman
Producer – Fernanda Garcia Lopez
On the run up to the Stirling Prize, 2016, The Architect’s Journal takes a look into the six nominated buildings, with interviews from the architects.
Made up of 235 tenure-blind, high-quality homes of which 25% are affordable dwelling. The project transforms the built environment whilst respecting the history of neighbouring buildings. Trafalgar Place is a flagship housing project for Lendlease and is a part of their wider redevelopment of the Elephant and Castle.
The transformation of the former Heygate Estate enriches the qualities of the area, creating a thriving, desirable place to live, work and visit. Separate buildings are integrated within an open green landscape characterised by mature trees and diverse new planting. A new public realm within the historic fabric of the neighbourhood is created.
Bulgarian Christo is known for making large environmental works made to enhance the magic of natural landscapes. Here, Italian director duo Roberto de Paolis and Carlo Lavagna capture his latest work – 100.000 square meters of floating walkways in Northern Italy. Read more on NOWNESS – bit.ly/2984WPZ
クリストが2016年に実現した作品「Walking on Water – The Floating Piers」について、フィールドとなったイタリアのイセオ湖で語っている動画。
I’ve been lucky enough to spend a lot of time on Hawaii growing up. My most recent trip there I brought along my camera gear and a quadcopter. It was great to get a birds-eye view of the changing landscapes around the island.
Shot and edited by Tyler Fairbank
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I shot this with mostly my DJI Phantom 2 with GoPro. Other footage and time-lapses are from my 5D Mark III. Enjoy!
Music: Treeline at Night – A. Taylor
Licensed from Musicbed.com
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.
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.
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Students from the Harvard Graduate School of Design discuss their work and experiences during the Fall 2013 Studio Abroad taught by architect Rem Koolhaas at the OMA offices in Rotterdam, Netherlands. They reflect on the research and concept design they are preparing for the exhibition “Elements of Architecture” presented in the Central Pavilion at the 2014 International Architecture Exhibition in Venice, Italy.
Learn more about the GSD’s Studio Abroad Program: gsd.harvard.edu/studioabroad
レム・コールハースの指導のもと、2014年のヴェネチア・ビエンナーレでの展示「Elements of Architecture」の制作に参加したハーバード大GSDの学生たちの記録。