634 Views Josh Vogel
We visited Josh Vogel of Blackcreek Mercantile & Trading Co. in late 2010 and kick started this year with a feature on the wood sculptor based in Kingston, New York. Our experience with him was so profound that we knew we had to pay another visit. This time, to document his story as part of our series. The result is nothing like we've ever done. This film gives little background on who Josh Vogel is, read our feature for more details. Instead it explores the idea that turning wood is a reductive process that in essence is a step back in time. As the wood loses a layer, the years are taken away. This abstract idea is a constant that Josh is very aware whenever his chisel touches the bark and steady peels away the rings of time. thescoutmag.com
Post date : 2011-09-15 15:26 Posted by : moviegoer
696 Views The Killing Joke
A Short Film by Sebastian Lopez The Killing Joke is a 15 minute suspense/fiction short film about a mysterious woman that finds a red balloon tied up to a curious little box on an eery derelict street. Using classic elements of suspense and working within a seventies aesthetic, 'The Killing Joke' is an action packed film that pays homage to some of the horror movies from that era. The piece was shot during four intense days of filming in the Argentinian capital Buenos Aires. The micro budget production was shot using just two 7d canon cameras. The composition and CGI effects for 'The Killing Joke' required months of 'invisible' digital retouching to create the panoramic, yet claustrophobic atmosphere that pervades throughout the movie. Sebastián López wrote and directed the story, and was also responsible for all the impressive post and composition work. Colin Devlin created the Original Soundtrack, working from his home studio in LA he collaborated on the project with Sebastian from it's inception, creating a wonderful striking symmetry between sound and image.This is the second collaboration for Sebastian and Colin, the first being an action packed trailer created for a fictitious movie called 'Vertical' that went viral on the net, creating a serious buzz for the young director. Actors Gustavo Marzo and Clarisa Staracci Worked together to portray the intense characters seen on screen. The Killing Joke was a work of entire dedication and effort. WWW.THEKILLINGJOKEMOVIE.COM
Post date : 2011-09-15 15:25 Posted by : moviegoer
742 Views BLOODROP (HD 2D)
'When what you see is not what you get' The 2D version of the 3D short film by Alexei Popogrebsky. We used the opportunity to test some concepts in 3D and see how it would translate to 2D, and vice versa. Originally part of the Experiment 5ive omnibus -- 5gum.ru . (Hence the black envelope with the picture inside, which had to be the common element of all 5 films) 3D Anaglyph version here vimeo.com/28852133 Featuring Grigory Dobrygin and Ina-Maria Jaich Photography by Peter Steuger; Production design by Erwin Prib; Art Direction and SFX by Niels Müller; Costume Design by Petra wellenstein; Music by Dmitry Katkhanov; Stereography by Sarah Rotter; Shot on Arri Alexas and Stereotec 3D rig; Postproduction by Pictorion das werk; Produced by METRAFILMS
Post date : 2011-09-15 15:23 Posted by : moviegoer
732 Views LUCID
Exploring the ideas of sight and imagination. In this film I wanted to let the viewer project themselves onto the character and experience these locations as almost dream like space, beyond their control. Shot over a four day period in various locations around south of England. I used a GoPro HD action camera for the majority of the shots and also a Canon 60D.
Post date : 2011-09-14 18:13 Posted by : moviegoer
649 Views Youth Lagoon - Montana
Youth Lagoon - Montana. From the debut album The Year of Hibernation released via Fat Possum Records September 27th. Director, Cinematographer, Editor: Tyler T Williams AD & Editor: Ron Torres Starring: Tim Pakutka Ryan Phipps Joel Kliebe Jaki Covington Shot on a 5DMKII and 7D 20mm 2.8, 35mm 2, 85mm 1.8
Post date : 2011-09-14 18:12 Posted by : moviegoer
822 Views John and Joe
Directed by: The Rauch Brothers Art Direction: Bill Wray Producers: Lizzie Jacobs & Mike Rauch Animation: Tim Rauch Audio Produced by: Michael Garofalo, Lizzie Jacobs & Vanara Taing Music: Fredrik Label: The Kora Records Publisher: House of Hassle Funding provided by: The Corporation for Public Broadcasting The Carnegie Corporation of New York National Endowment for the Arts In partnership with POV.
Post date : 2011-09-13 16:18 Posted by : moviegoer
737 Views FILM 2
Raina Hamner, Brian Kerstetter, Paul Duncan, Miranda Levitt, Tristan Reginato DIRECTOR Martin de Thurah DOP Kasper Tuxen EDIT Mikkel E G PRODUCER Shelby Ross / Thomas Busch WARDROBE Blk Dnm MUSIC Peder & Asger Baden, Sacha Gabriel, Sune Martin POST Bacon X PROD-CO Epoch / Bacon Commissioned by Johan Lindeberg BLK DNM
Post date : 2011-09-13 16:16 Posted by : moviegoer
941 Views Rendezvous - The Murf
A story about growing up in the universe. A music video for the band Rendezvous, made February-March 2011. They pretty much gave me carte blanche to do whatever I wanted to do, and this is what came out. A long write up about it can be found here. You might find it interesting. bombsfall.blogspot.com/2011/09/post-mortem-murph.html THIS WEEKEND: I will putting a short BEHIND THE SCENES video together, showing bits of how things were put together, etc. Nothing crazy in-depth, but enough to answer some questions I've been getting and maybe inspire others to do some similar stuff. So check back here, or add me on twitter/facebook to stay up on things. The links to both are at my blog or my site. Check out Rendezvous. They are super rad. The Murph single has a bunch of awesome remixes as well. rendezvousmusic.co.uk/ I'm always up for freelance work, be it for agencies, studios, bands or whoever. Drop me a line at mrscottbenson at gmail.com.
Post date : 2011-09-13 16:14 Posted by : moviegoer
631 Views Tegels
The hidden movements and melodies of street tiles. Tiles is an animation made of a large photographic collection of street tiles. By viewing this collection of photographs as a sequence, different movements and processes become visible within the frame of the tiles. Both music and animation are trying to find a balance between a thought-out arrangement and an arrangement of ‘chance’ deriving directly from the tiles.
Post date : 2011-09-13 16:11 Posted by : moviegoer
621 Views EF - Live The Language - Sydney
Directed by Gustav Johansson (gustavjohansson.com) D.O.P: Niklas Johansson, fsf (niklasjohansson.com) Typography: Albin Holmqvist (albinholmqvist.com) Music: Magnus Lidehäll (twitter.com/magnusthemagnus) VFX: Goodmotion (goodmotion.se) Produced at Camp David (campdavidfilm.com) Producer: Lolo Uggla Client: EF International Language Centers Campaign site: ef.com/livethelanguage
Post date : 2011-09-13 16:10 Posted by : moviegoer