Found this very moving film on Vimeo and had to share it. This is a great example of how narration can add to your film without making it feel like an afterthought. So many people add narration to a film but neglect all other sound. This film brings it all together.
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This is a Guest Post by Nick Arcivos and Ryan Earl on how they filmed this great project about Japan. Enjoy!
This short film presents Japan from Kyoto to Tokyo and Nara through authentic scenes of Japanese lifestyle. It was shot in 2 weeks and was created by Nick Arcivos and Ryan Earl from AmnesiArt. They share their insights on how they shoot the film, what gear they use and why they chose it.
I was contacted by Bruce and Mathieu about their film KEEP EXPLORING and I had to share it with you. Enjoy the doc and make sure you read Mathieu’s article about the production after the video.
I really enjoyed this documentary story and style. Just goes to show that with a good story and some cinematography know-how, you can create something incredible without extravagant sets or special effects.
I really enjoyed this op-doc this morning and thought I would share it with you. The visuals and original narration make it a great watch. Vimeo Description
After the writer and theologian John Hull became completely blind in 1983, he kept an audio diary of his experience. This film is a dramatization using those recordings.
This must have been one of the most difficult productions. Ever. Not only are you dealing with a herd of uncontrollable felines, but you’re releasing them into an environment loaded with nooks and crannies. Brilliant marketing in the ad, but not one I would want to produce!
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Most people don’t know this about me, but I actually worked on a Ranch most of my summers as a teen and I lived on one for a year before moving to Chicago. So when I saw this video I could relate to the environments. Not so much the english stuff though, I have always been more of a western guy.
Bobby Goulding recently contacted me about his upcoming film called Moving the Sun. After watching the trailer I had to share it with you guys. It is now in production with filming beginning in January and the Kickstarter only has 1 week left to get the project funded. Lets help him get there!