In November I was asked to film and edit a short video covering the Moody Help-Portrait site here in Chicago. I am so glad I had the opportunity to get involved! Met some awesome people and was encouraged by the whole event.
Incredible narrative documentary. Gorgeous shots!
Warning: This video might prompt you to leave your computer and buy a plane ticket to another country…
LOVE this short film. Can’t get over how low tech, yet creative this piece is. Big fan!
From the Vimeo Description:
Two contrary places that are connected by stylistic features. It is about the metropolis New York City (USA)
and the provincial Dessau (GER).
Based on the topic “neighborhood”, the films about the both cities are shown in a double projection.
This short film was created in the framework of the cooperation between the Anhalt University of Applied Sciences,
Department of Design Dessau, and the NYU.
Supervised by Prof. Rochus Hartmann (Dessau)
Supported by Prof. Angela Zumpe (Dessau) and Prof. Mechthild Schmidt (NYC)
Idea/realization: Saskia Kretzschmann & Vera Danilina
Music: Johnny Ripper “In A Dream”
Someone on twitter shared this a few days ago. I don’t know what it was shot on but I thought is was well done. Check it out:
WOODKID – RUN BOY RUN – Video directed by Yoann Lemoine
Remember that interview I did with Director Ken Simpson and DP Alex Dacev? Well, they have recently finished their feature film HEADCASE. You can watch the trailer here. Ken has put together a great series that debuts today. This series gives viewers a look into how these filmmakers made such an ambitious film for only $50,000. Every monday they will be releasing a new episode.
They also set up an IndiGoGo page to raise money for marketing and distributing the film. Definitely take a look and give them a hand in getting this film out.
Watch all the episodes as they come out here.
I found a very interesting video today. Its kind of abstract and narrative all at once. Love the operation and editing in this piece. Check it out:
Found this awesome little doc shot on Canon DSLRs. Goes to show with an interesting story, some friends, and a couple cameras you can share a story thousands would have otherwise never experienced.
A documentary about skateboarding in Shanghai.
Directed, Filmed, produced and edited by: Charles Lanceplaine