RIVAGES from SOCIAL ANIMALS on Vimeo.
RIVAGES is a new film by Guillaume Cagniard returning to JR's project completed this summer 2014 in the secluded port of Le Havre, France. The port is run by only men, dockers that inherit the profession from their fathers. The film pays tribute to these men who worked hard to make the largest pasting in the world, to bring the first woman's eyes to the port, and to send the eyes to travel the seas of the world to Malaysia.
YHWH from DanStevers.com on Vimeo.
Words by Sh’maya / www.shmaya.co.uk
Josh Studebaker / www.joshstudebaker.com
Anthony Madlangbayan / www.madantdesign.com
Jay Kee / www.jaykeeart.com
Blake Fawley / www.blakefawley.com
Wes Kandel / www.weskandel.com
Eric Demeusy / www.ericdemeusy.com
Dan Stevers / www.danstevers.com
Paul Slemmer / www.veracitycolab.com
Handel Eugene / www.handeleugene.com
David Stanfield / www.davidstanfieldis.me
Ronald Rabideau / www.ronaldrabideau.com
Matthew Borrett / www.matthewborrett.com
MUSIC / SOUND
Music / Ryan Taubert / www.ryantaubert.com
Sound Design & Mix / Jon Wang / www.musicfarm.co
Graham Paulsen / www.5dmedia.ca
Blackout City from Nicholas Buer on Vimeo.
In a metropolis like London light pollution makes the night sky invisible. Only a few of the brightest stars and asterisms force their celestial light through the man made glow of the city. The night sky, one of the most beautiful of natural wonders is extinguished from view. Blackout City is an experimental timelapse film that makes the invisible, visible. It attempts to show what the night sky would look like If there were ever to be a total blackout in the South East of England on a clear, moonless, summers night.
I started shooting this project back in August 2013 and have been slowly gathering footage when conditions were right. Although each shot in this film is a composite, all footage is real. The city shots were captured during the day and processed to look like night and the night sky shots were captured from dark locations around the South of England to ensure that the stars are astronomically correct for the latitude of London. I have also processed the astro shots to be more sympathetic to what the naked eye would see in terms of saturation and detail. The internet is saturated with well-processed images of the Milky Way that show phenomenal colour that are the result of fantastic low light DSLR technology. Don’t get me wrong I love these images, I am one of the people who endeavours to create them! But in reality the Milky Way does not look like this; so in order to make this film more believable I have chosen to process the shots this way.
I first got the idea for the film when I read an article about a blackout in LA in 1994 where people called 911 reporting these strange clouds floating in the sky, those clouds where in fact the Milky Way. It made me think about how the lights from cities have made many of us lose our connection to the night sky. We live in a fast paced man-made world whereby it is all too easy for us to become disconnected from the natural world around us, isolated from what is actually real. There are many other aspects of the human condition that this film could touch upon which could make its’ intentions appear somewhat complicated, but is essence the film's agenda could not be more simple; to inspire people to get away from the city lights, go somewhere quiet on a star-filled night and simply look up.
This project is purely non-profit but I would love the opportunity take the Blackout City idea to different metropolises across the globe as each city with it's specific latitude will reveal a different sky. If anyone thinks they can help to make this happen please connect with me through the links below:
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Main track is by The American Dollar ‘As We Float’ (Ambient)
Licensed at: www.theamericandollar.info/licensing
For motion control I used the Stage One Dolly System by Dynamic Perception
© Nicholas Buer 2014
Cinema Dehors from Filippo Rivetti on Vimeo.
An experiment to combine traditional animation and timelapse photography to tell a story.
It has been created for Tropfest Australia 2014, but unfortunately hasn't passed selection!
Living in the modern world we are too busy with our daily routines and addicted to technologies that sometimes we forget that the real beauty of this world is right in front of our eyes.
Animation by Tatiana Poliektova (https://vimeo.com/user1406084)
Music: Where's My Banjo by RIMSKY
Most sequences available up to 4K resolution.
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