In this Oscar-nominated short, a mysterious vinyl record suddenly allows Pia to travel through time.
"A Single Life" is this week's Staff Pick Premiere. Read more about it here: https://vimeo.com/blog/post/staff-pick-premiere-a-single-life
In celebration of Pride, "Always Love" is a three-part documentary series by WeWork profiling New York-based LGBTQI creators. We believe that the first step to doing what you love is loving who you are. In this episode, meet foley artist Joanna Fang, the first openly transgender woman to win a Primetime Emmy Award.
Featuring Joanna Fang
Director: Brenna Perez
Producers: Zachary Fuhrer and Jesse Ozeri
Executive Producer: Garrett Fennelly, The Big Picture Company
Co-Producer: Miranda Kahn
Director of Photography: Daniel Vignal
Editor: Zachary Fuhrer
Composer: Katy Jarzebowski
Production Sound Mixer: Nick Bohun
Additional Photography: Sharif El Neklawy
Camera PA: Cameron Bertron
PA: Lauren Mack
Re-Recording Mixer: Daniel Timmons
Foley Artist: Joanna Fang
Foley Engineer: Nicholas Seaman
Foley Editor: Laura Heinzinger
Colorist: Corvus & King
Special thanks to APICHA, New York City Pride March, Alchemy Post Sound
The story of musician Janus Rasmussen, one half of Kiasmos. Third chapter of "My favorite music memory" series created by Igloo Films and Primavera Sound.
It was a huge pleasure to translate Janus's story into images. I wanted to experiment, to bring the spectator to Janus's shoes and to homage the nordic spirit.
Directed and created by Sebastián Baptista
Illustration & Design: Elda Broglio
Modeling & Rigging: Morphika
Texture Patterns: Caro Carballo
Render, shading and magic: Andy Reisinger
From "My favorite music memory" series
Creative Direction: Alex Julià
Original idea: Joan Pons
Thanks to: Andy “The guru”, Pol & Device, Eze Pini, Fabian, Aimarr and Paola.
Janus & Kiasmos, Erased Tapes Records, Kobalt Music Group
How to work in a free music video on set...when the client isn't looking.
There are a lot of people we owe thanks and credit to, but we don't want to risk making them culpable and/or embarrassing them for associating with us.
A 15 year old boy remembers his best friend Coyote Boy: a free-living train-hopper who has gone missing.
Slamdance Film Festival 2017
Indie Grits Film Festival 2017
First Run Film Festival 2017
Kodak Vision Award 2016
Writer/Director: Haley Elizabeth Anderson
Director of Photography: Jomo Fray
Producer: Josh Foster
Co-Producers: Todd D’Amour, Lauren Cargo, and Jake Graham Felson
Editor: Harry Cepka
Sound Design and Mix: Larry Lipf
Color: Elias Nousiopoulos @ The Mill
Tre’ Marquis Frazier
Raquel Lydia Leal
“Man must rise above the earth – to the top of the atmosphere and beyond – for only thus will he fully understand the world in which he lives.” (Socrates)
LAND OF MINE is an experimental macro short which is made of acrylic paint on paper. The idea was to recreate the unique look on planet earth from space which sometimes rather appears like an abstract piece of art than a real photo. From far away, the surface of our planet shows the beauty of it’s landscapes, coasts and the sea in perfect order. It’s highly expressive visual aesthetics and it’s contextual narrative inspired me to create an artistic interpretation of what I’ll never see with my own eyes.
It’s just flowing colors on drawing paper, but it’s there, it’s massive and it’s real: the land of mine.
More information about the project:
All footage is shot in 4K, pure organic visuals, no CGI.
Music from Tristan Barton. Find out more about this composer on https://www.tristanbartonmusic.com/ or https://soundcloud.com/tristanbartonmusic.
A short film about the mysteries of inspiration.
Featuring thoughts on the subject by:
Tracy Clayton & Heben Nigatu
and a couple of kids named Mason and Ursula
Presented by www.transom.org
With funding from The National Endowment for the Arts
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