Used to market Apple's iPad Mini.
Filmed at Lake Tahoe.
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Locations in order of appearance:
Music (with permission) from "If These Trees Could Talk"
Song is "Deus Ex Machina"
Thank you Eli
The digital body: Vulnerable, unstable but also frozen. M O U T H T R I P serves as a flowing force dragging you beneath its digital skin, into the medium itself.
We experience a series of heterogeneous transitions through moments that never quite settle down. This exploratory trip is lead by an uninterrupted flight in a dense environment reminiscent of video game cut scenes which blocks all input from the player and force them to witness the events. As a powerless observer, we pull back in the digital wild life as the shell morphs into a crystalline aberration.
The soundtrack from the album of the same name by KAGAMI Smile on BLCR Laboratories is a chaotic trip through an organic microcosm: the human body. This abstract, post footwork sound collage superposes saturated digital manipulations of looping samples resulting in a feeling of anxiety along a double presence surrounding us.
H A B I T A T is the result of one year worth of rejected ideas, workflows and assets that never made it to fruition as a commercial project.
As far as design goes an art director has to go against his own tastes opting for the best interpretation. A great chunk of these projects don't even make it through the research and development phase, which does not speak for the works own quality. This project represents a homage to all the rejected and disregarded ideas that culminate in a creative persons everyday life. Contentwise the project deals with the topographic presentation of various objects and motions, in order to create a language of form which grows organically whilst sustaining the aspects of its technical construction.
Direction & 3D Motiondesign: Oskar Rene Fülöp - http://www.oooskar.de
Sound: Tobias Katzenberger - http://www.squaredenker.com
Directed/Edited by Bryan Schlam
Producer: Billy Linker/Brickhouse Projects
Director Of Photography: Ben Carey
Sound: Jose C. Gorritti
Sound mix: Stephen Schappler
Colorist: Samuel Gurksy @ Irving Harvey
Associate Producer: Izzy Cohan
Creative Director: Lauren Gibbons
Shot on location at John's Gym in The Bronx, NYC.
Finalist in the Shot On Red Film Festival 2013.
Every year in the middle of June, a group of artists from Leicester open the doors of their homes and exhibit their work to the public for the whole weekend.
Many thanks to everyone who let me film in their homes throughout the event.
A R T H O U S E outtakes/extras.... http://youtu.be/WXiCzvgmKso
Teknotik.com and JDMRides.ca were pleased to present to you the H-T 7 Meet 2010 - Canada's largest Honda and Acura gathering on August 29 2010, at Grand Prix Kartways, Downsview Park Toronto Ontario.
I Eric from Teknotik would like to take this opportunity to personally thank and acknowledge all the staff and participants that helped make HT7 an overwhelming success. We are proud to announce that we have now confirmed over 1000+ cars in attendance making this once again the biggest Honda and Acura meet to take place anywhere in Canada! We never would have believed that this meet would grown from a single parking lot of under 100 cars to 4 hugs lots packed with not a space to spare. We were very fortunate for a sun filled and beautiful day, aside from a few sun burns.
We would like to thank everyone who came out and participated. We had a great collection of cars from all over Ontario, Quebec, Saskatchewan, North East USA and our furthest traveler all the way from Halifax Nova Scotia. Special thanks to the huge groups that made the drive all the way from Ottawa (OHC, RL) and Montreal (club civic QC, UR, MR).
Any questions about this event or those looking to make arrangements for large groups or out of town guests for 2011 feel free to contact me directly at [email protected] Stay in the loop with details for next years event on www.jdmrides.ca
Again, thanks to everyone for their support in making this Canada's largest Honda and Acura gathering!
THE ART OF LIVING ! The art of living… is neither careless drifting on the one hand nor fearful clinging to the past on the other. It consists in being sensitive to each moment, in regarding it as utterly new and unique, in having the mind open and wholly receptive.
“Only words and conventions can isolate us from the entirely undefinable something which is everything.” – Alan Watts.
photo gallery: https://www.flickr.com/photos/aljazsedovsekphotography/27209343331/
more our work at: www.jaganathprodukcija.com
Making of stuff on https://www.instagram.com/_thenoise_/
This film is about coming back to life.
We are inside of a man´s mind who tries to wake up from his nightmare. Surrounded by darkness he fights his way back into the light.
I did this as the visual part of an artist campaign for Universal Music Germany.
Client : Universal Music
Director : Julian Ticona Cuba / NOISE
Production : Think Big Media
DoP: Dustin Schöne
1st AC: Ruben Sandoval
Producer Alexander Stumpe
Postproduction: ACHT Frankfurt / Hamburg
Editor : Bastian Ahrens
Colorist : Swen Linde / WeFadeToGrey
Compositing Artist: Julian Ticona Cuba, Martin Mayrhofer-Reinhartshuber, Daniel Lang, Mark Dauth, Jakob Saretz, Peter Rees Dale, Janosch Rohrssen
3D Artist : Frederik Rieckher, Valentin Grünberg
Words & Voice Over : Johnny B.A.N.G. Reilly
Music: Hannes Büscher, Health
Styling : Itamar Zechoval
Post-Producer: Michael Wenski
Production Assistant - Tina Bornkampf
Drone : Dustin Janczewski
Mastering: Noorman Karim
Directed by Kevin Millet
Production / None
Music / Movement
First of all, big thanks to MOVEMENT who authorized me to use their music as a fan for this project.
SWEET CHERRY is a video about what happen in the fruit picking in British Columbia, Canada.
Every year, people from all around the globe come for the harvest to make money but also discover and have new experiences.
From precarious conditions to unexpected meeting, I’ve filmed portraits of people of differents origins.
SWEET CHERRY doesn’t have any financement neither production so at my fees.
Thanks to everybody who accepted to be in front of the camera and people who contributed to this project. Thanks again to the pickers and farmers I met for the crazy experience.