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  • Published: 2017-03-14T07:51:37+00:00
  • Duration: 189
  • By Rahul Accot

A woman. Her looks. Her beauty. What else do you see. What else can you hear?Can you hear her scream?Can you hear "as I scream?". She moves. Her steps ever so light. Yet each one asks a question. Bound in a made up life. Confused as to what she is supposed to be from what she could actually be. She screams from within. One day she screams out loud bursting out from the trap. She moves again ever so lightly towards Her. The actual Her. Online Directors : Allwyn Antony & Rahul Accot Offline Director : Faizal Shah Produced By : Loominguline Films Cast : Archana Nair Concept & Art Direction : Allwyn Antony Music/ Composition/Lyrics : Harikrishnan U Vocals : Prathibha Eswaran Cinematography : Rahul Accot Editor Peter : Sajan Colorist : Sreekumar N varier Make Up & Styling : Vibhinna Ramdev Camera Assistant : Joel George Recording Studio : Spacebot Sound Recordist : Ragu S Production Designer: Thammy Raman Write up : Malavika Valsalan

2. What Matters to You // Me?

What Matters to You // Me?

For Vancouver Film School / Youtube Competition wich I won! :D Idea, Script, Music, Animation... well all by me. If you need the song you can send me a message and I will send you the song. --- Digital Design "What matters to you//me//?" I mean, What really matters to me, that thing that keeps me awake even after 2 days without closing my eyes, that thing who always want to make it better and better and it's never good enough, that thing that makes me want to not only "be good" but be The best. That thing that modify your world and put crazy new ideas in your mind, that thing that makes you hate yourself and one minute later makes you believe your the greatest. That thing that makes you smile, laugh, dance, jump like lunatic. That thing that often is not finished but is on your reel. That thing that makes you be late. That thing that puts you under pressure. That thing that doesn't obliges you to sit in there when you don't want or you just don't "feel good" to sit there and make what you need to do, but when you sit by yourself there that thing makes sure that magic happens. That thing that makes your heart crazy. That thing that say "every detail matters", that thing that makes changes "here and there", that thing that when is finished you say "yeah... I like it" and months later you may say "wow, it is great" or "I can't believe I was that bad". That thing that creates the impossible. That thing that makes you climb the mountain and scream, "thank you!". That thing that impulse yourself to make a video for a competition where the possibilities are so few. That thing that search the best quality. That thing that keeps you up to date with ads, animations, webs, movies, music... That thing that customizes all your stuffs. That thing that screams and makes you to forget anything. That thing that shows you the way to the most creative. That thing... So what's that thing "THE THING"? I cannot describe it in one word but I'm sure it's not the money or the fame. It is the love, the passion that God put in me of making something great, that makes you feel "something" when you get in touch with it, see it and hear it. To produce something Innovative that makes a change or just catch your attention and make you smile, think, buy or just say "that's original". That is the thing. I believe VFS can help with this thing and that Digital Design is something I Love. I believe there are no impossibles and I believe as Albert Einstein said once: "I wish to do something Great and Wonderful, But I must start by doing the little things like they were Great and Wonderful" -A. Einstein

3. "I Rest"/ by Shimrit Artistic Productions

" I rest where the fire penetrates my lungs And the skin of the earth rinks into the children's soul I am empty before you as I fly under quiet death Scream into my pillow before the night will never end " Written ,music composed, directed, edited and performed by: Shimrit Malul Video Photography: Jacky Berman Music video photography: Roy cohen יצירה, כתיבה, בימוי, מוסיקה לחן וביצוע,עריכה ומשחק: שמרית מלול צילום וידאו: ג'קי ברמן צילום וידאו מוסיקה: רועי כוהן @all rights reserved to Shimrit Malul Artistic Productions

4. Moses Sumney Replaceable

  • Published: 2013-07-13T08:30:06+00:00
  • Duration: 288
Moses Sumney Replaceable

On June 1st, King, the vocal trio from Minnesota began their month long residency at the Bootleg Theatre in Los Angeles. The opening act was a tall, charismatic, and talented young artist named Moses Sumney. Sumney's music is a tender combination of singer-songwriter soul with a tough and sometimes daring series of vocal loops. Performing by himself, he was openly nervous and dealt with it with a bright sense of humor. However, as soon as the music started, his gift overcame any timidity making the delighted audience scream at the end of every song, each time louder. I approached him afterwards and we struck up a conversation. Later that evening I thought it might be nice for Mochilla to help showcase his talent. This video is what came of that thought. Just one take, no edits, no corrections, no after effects, just pure soul. Below Moses tells us a little about himself. When and how did you get into music? I started singing when I was 7, and I'm not really sure why. Nobody in my family is musical. I've always just had a natural affinity towards it, but I didn't really start doing it publicly and consistently until i was 20 years old. Where were you born and raised? I was born in San Bernardino, California in 1990. After living there for 10 years, I moved to Ghana with my family. Then at 16 I moved to Riverside to complete high school and begin college. Does your period in Ghana have an influence on your music? It's hard to tell. I think it's impossible for any period in our lives to not affect the art we output. I write about my life experiences and realizations, many of which occurred during my teen years in Ghana. Aesthetically, it may be too early to tell how much my upbringing affected my musical style. I've started to dabble in West African melodies and rhythmic patterns, but that didn't happen until years after I left Ghana and started actually paying attention to the music that was no longer ubiquitous in my life. Do you have any formal training? I do not. I am completely self-trained. Who are your friends/co-workers in music?? Hard to say. I collaborate with many people on many different projects, I guess, but the bulk of what I do, I do alone. Please tell us some of your influences... (not just music, if so...) One of my earliest and main influences is India.Arie. Apart from being inspired by the folk-meets-soul genre she invoked, her lyrical content inspired me to want to create music that sparks consciousness and non-superficial levels of thinking. I'm also very influenced by Jeff Buckley, Ella Fitzgerald, Ray LaMontagne, and José Gonzalez. Please tell us something about this song "Replaceable.' It started with a melody. Sometimes I hear overlapping vocal melodies and harmonies in my head, and need a way to bring them to life. That's why I started looping. So the most important part of that song, to me, is the moving melody. The lyrics kind of just came naturally. I tried to write a song that, instead of the typical "you're-no-good" break-up song, gives perspective into the psychological trauma that causes us to treat people like they're expendable, and how those are cyclical behaviors. (Listen to the 2nd verse.) Please tell us some of you career highlights so far... Well there aren't too many so far! I won a few singing/performance contests when I attended UCLA but those matter very little to me now. The biggest highlight so far was definitely doing my first residency this June so early in my career, opening for the (amazing) band KING. Before that, it was the gig I did with Zee Avi. I think opening for Tony Allen at the Mayan Theatre will prove to be a highlight of sorts. Baby steps. Moses is back with King at the Bootleg Theatre, this Friday August 2nd 2013. Doors at 8pm. Dont think I'd want to miss it. Thalma de Freitas

5. Nicola Gastaldi - Showreel 2016

  • Published: 2015-12-10T10:48:49+00:00
  • Duration: 60
  • By gasta
Nicola Gastaldi - Showreel 2016

Another amazing year in The Studio at Smoke & Mirrors. We've been really busy on some terrific jobs and, in my spare time, I managed to do some exciting stuff as well. Our music video for Leftfield won the UKMVA Best Dance Video UK award, I've been featured on Motionserved,, won the GSG 5s project contest twice, Maxon C4D reel and one of my projects has been exhibited at the Design Museum of London! On this reel you can see what I've been doing, from 2d flat animations in After Effects to photoreal 3d with C4D and Vray, with some bits done in Turbulence FD and Xparticles. Check the full projects on my website here: Hope you like it as much as I do! 00:02 - 00:04 Peroni, An Italian Afternoon 00:04 - 00:06 Ice Scream 00:06 - 00:07 Hot Dog 00:07 - 00:09 Animal Planet Rebrand 00:09 - 00:10 MTV Brand New 2015 00:10 - 00:12 SyFy Icons 00:12 - 00:13 Kreate 00:13 - 00:14 Some 3d Crap 00:14 - 00:19 GSG 5s Project - Bear Ski Jumping 00:19 - 00:21 GSG 5s Project - Sow and reap and then again 00:21 - 00:23 GSG 5s Project - Big Trouble in Little Ocean 00:23 - 00:24 GSG 5s Project - Santa dances YMCA 00:24 - 00:26 Refractions 00:26 - 00:31 Summer comes, Summer goes 00:31 - 00:32 Monster test 00:32 - 00:35 Leftfield ft. Sleaford Mods - Head and Shoulders 00:35 - 00:36 HTC M8 Fall to Earth 00:36 - 00:37 HTC M8 Gravity 00:37 - 00:39 MBNA Little Big World 00:39 - 00:41 Mastercard 00:41 - 00:42 TLC Christmas Rebrand 00:42 - 00:43 Discovery World War 1 00:43 - 00:44 Blackrock Pensions 2015 00:44 - 00:46 Lacoste 00:46 - 00:48 Monsters Inside Me 00:48 - 00:49 Fluid Credit Card 00:49 - 00:50 NBC Studio Universal Promo 00:50 - 00:51 Discovery Fast and Loud Promo 00:51 - 00:51 Dynamo Fiat 500 00:51 - 00:52 Discovery Fifth Gear 00:52 - 00:53 Cars that rock 00:53 - 00:55 Mitsubishi PHEV Numbers 00:55 - 00:56 LG OLED 00:56 - 00:58 BBC Holby City Title Sequence and Credits Music: Joan Jett and the Blackhearts - Bad Reputation



Beacon is based on a short poem I wrote after filming the majority of this footage. I went to the ocean to film without a story, a plan or even a solid idea of what I wanted to make. I knew I wanted to get some stock footage and come out of the experience with a story of sorts. Five days of shooting with over 2TB of footage and no plan. As I started looking at the footage a story came to mind. More of a poem than anything. I asked my compadre Lenny Mordarski to wake up at 2:30am to accompany me on one of my ocean visits. He was going to be my assistant as I lugged around 75lbs of gear each time and made about 25-30 trips to and from my car to the shore at each location. I ended up shooting a few scenes with him. I shot this on the Photron BC2 HD high-speed camera at 250-2000fps, the Canon 1Dc 4K DSLR, and a GoPro Hero 3+. Lenses used were the 300mm Tamron SP (the main lens used on 50% of the shots), a 50mm Nikon AI and a 16mm Rokinon in Nikon mount. A DJI Phantom 2 with Zenmuse was used for all the aerial shots. I expected it to crash into the sea at any moment so I transferred footage after each flight incase I didn't see it again. Other gear used was the Kessler Crane ( ) Carbon Fiber Stealth, Berno tripod, Manfrotto 516 head. Locations: Nubble Light in York ME, Portland Head Light in Portland ME, Bug Light in Portland ME, Ram Island Light in Portland ME, Whaleback Light in Portsmouth NH and Portsmouth Harbor Light in Portsmouth NH, RockStacks in Rye NH Shot, written and edited by: Michael N Sutton / @MNS1974 Music Licensed via The Music Bed Composition/Master: Did You Feel It Artist: Dexter Britain Contact: Michael Sutton website: email: mike at frozenprosperity dot com phone: listed on website twitter: @MNS1974 & @frozenpros Special thanks to: Heather Sutton, Mike Cohen, Lenny Mordarski, Daniel McCarthy, Chris Beller and Eric Kessler. BEACON by Michael N Sutton All of my life, I knew only of prairie. Milk, wheat and hay. Flatlands with miles of same. Our great waters shed towards something greater…and further away. I followed it and it brought me a new beginning. Offered here is a less corrupted view. Cold brisk water, cut with a warm salty breeze replaces my pastures. My escape from things I’d seen, done and heard. Behind me. So many changes have passed since living among these thieving gulls. I observe myself when they crest the sky. They coast without care…, soaring well above my comprehension as I now understand why I was wrong. These boiling, rolling, crashing thunderous waves scream death at me. A place where quiet, is the loudest break hitting the rocks. A spot where patience now grows within. Foggy mornings and ominous figures turn to reveal the day to day. Dark forces kept at bay by a pillar of light. A cry in the night is now the cry of a gull. I could simply drift out to sea but I might grow up. Who wants that? Not I. Each pulse of the light, cries out my very own SOS. It is this beacon, that keeps me from fading away.

7. Betwixt Higgins and Water - Intermedia in 2012

  • Published: 2014-06-20T15:54:13+00:00
  • Duration: 474
  • By didier morelli
Betwixt Higgins and Water - Intermedia in 2012

Pour Dick Higgins, Scream! Scream! Scream! Scream! Scream! Scream! - May 1962 The performance revisits the score of Danger Music Number Seventeen by Dick Higgins as I submerge my head in water-filled bodies of water around my home. Rising for air in between each scream, sentence or word I construct a soundscape/symphony that exposes the division of space within the performance. As I construct solos, duets, and quarters - many questions begin to arise as the performance unfolds, transforming the space into a charged laboratory for exploration: Where does the body start and where does it end? Does the scream take place in a different performative plane (i.e. the water)? How do the bodily sound waves translate into waves of water – only to then become waves of sound that are discernable to the audience? How do I move through space using plumbing - reverberation - networking?

8. Agony

  • Published: 2009-10-31T23:24:18+00:00
  • Duration: 207
  • By Katy Towell

Halloween greetings from! Story & art: Katy Towell. Narration: Tim Jones. AGONY I am here. I am everywhere Every place you’ve been I have waited Every face you’ve seen I have worn I have not one name but thousands I come on the wings of an epidemic Of a massacre A lone scream in the night Announced by the distant thunder of a war or the bleat of the slaughtered calf I visit the dying in their burning skin Devour the bodies of the sick I crush the hearts of the hopeful as I dance on the backs of the weak Your greatest fears are my delight With your cries you invite me in I am the betrayal you could not have seen The killer you thought you knew One day I will be your mother or your father or your friend Another day I will be your neighbour, or perhaps I’ll work through you There are monsters hiding in your closet There are ghosts beneath your bed The dream you feared was real Was real These are gifts to you from me I love you in my little way With your suffering I am alive! Can’t you hear the music on the wind? Don’t you recognize the tune? Is it you my friend, your struggling? Your spirit torn limb from limb? But I am not death Death is your deliverer Death looks to me with sorrow in his eyes and asks, “Why must you do this?” My answer remains unchanged I do what you cannot No end is swift under my watch Mercy is a mistake I correct I am peace destroyed and eyes forced open The ragged ring around your neck I am your secret wish for others I am their secret wish for you I have not one name but thousands But you... you may call me Agony And I am pleased to make your acquaintance

9. In Case I Don't Die - A Greek whisper to Europe

In Case I Don't Die - A Greek whisper to Europe

«No, don't look at me like that... I won't make you feel uncomfortable. No more than necessary. You know that this video could begin or end with an imposing shot of the Acropolis. Or the Olympics. Or the deep blue waters of the Aegean. Or with people losing their jobs and homes. Or others sleeping in tiny carton boxes. Or others driving luxurious cars. But this shall not happen. Because this video wasn't made to impress nor to shock you. Because these words are not a scream. They're a whisper. I could be reading this in English, or German, or French, or Spanish or Portuguese, or Finnish. But this won't happen. Because I want to speak to you in my language. The same way I'd like you to think in yours. Whatever language you speak. In every language. Because they're all ours. Because we're all European citizens. Proud people. And we have the right to be different. Provided we're happy with everyone's fundamental right to happiness. The people of my generation. And your generation. No matter what that is. And whatever the gender, or the religion, or the sexual preference is and every ambition and dream as well. Because the right to survival, to work, to optimism, the right to live, in every sense, is mutual. We are all victims of a financial mountain we built to supply us with fresh water. And what about the tree? What about the people? Did we forget all about them? The cynical, suffocating policies of the Troika finances a draining mechanism which pumps a constant flow of water away from people's thirst. Are we willing to run out of cool water to keep the restless nuclear reactor cool or shall we agree to serve the people for whom it was built in the first place? So far, only those who operate the reactor profit. Because they bet on fear. Mine and yours. Moment of inertia. Instead of what there is, can there be something else? Something fair and viable. Something made by us for us. With no default win-win situation for the bureaucrats. With complete renegotiation of countries' debts turning them into a fair, viable contribution plan to the Union's annual budget. A new Deal. Without collapsing economies. Without masters and servants. Without any riots. Without reaching a melting point. Is this too romantic? Can Europa live without her Bull? My words are a call for a mutual hug. And an honest, a sincere, “I like to see you smile”. In the years to come. That's what European Integration is all about. Now is our chance. The so-called “Apathetic Generation”, “Generation-Y”, the generation of deprivities, the “screen generation”, the melancholic generation, the “lost generation”, can be the first generation in modern history who will some day recite the story of dreaming about something better. And making it happen. We can be that generation. The proudest. Us Greeks became the guinea pig of austerity. Because we dared to implement it. And we made it. In paper. And yet we are dying. In life. Now we dare to be the guinea pig of hope. For a fairer Europe. With lots of hard work. With honesty. Together. Don't leave us alone. Don't be afraid. I want and I can contribute. I can bear it. As long as I have the right to smile. You?» Share your own Eurowhisper, using the hashtag #Eurowhisper Or use the official platform We need to talk to each other. This video was shot in Athens, Greece, in March 2015 With honesty. Featuring: Danny Giannakopoulou Music: K. BHTA Camera operator: Argyris Tsepelikas, Steadicam: Theodosis Tzavaras, Follow focus: Marios Pougkakiotis, Assistant director: Christos Karasavvidis, Subtitling: Catherine Velissaratou, Editor: Kostas Koufiopoulos, Written and Directed by Nicolas Androulakis #Eurowhisper #ThisIsACoup

10. Music Video: I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream - VOID

  • Published: 2016-01-30T11:16:15+00:00
  • Duration: 230
  • By Stefanie Walk
Music Video: I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream - VOID

Video by Stefanie Walk Music by I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream Album available on bandcamp: © 2016 I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream

11. La Prisonnière - Henri-Georges Clouzot: Kinetic art

  • Published: 2018-04-03T12:50:33+00:00
  • Duration: 227
  • By Charls Chap
La Prisonnière - Henri-Georges Clouzot: Kinetic art

« I know that 'La Prisonnière' will strike, shock, horrify some spectators. People will scream provocation, scandal. Yet, believe me, perversion exists, and to describe it in its oppressive and tragic aspect, I had to go as far as possible, without fear of traumatizing the public. » Henri-Georges Clouzot Music: "Epifanie" (1961) by Luciano Berio For educational purposes only.

12. Mark Romanek Music Video Montage - Nino Del Padre

Mark Romanek Music Video Montage - Nino Del Padre

In the early 1990's my career was inspired and motivated by music video's, directors like David Fincher and Samuel Bayer. But one director who I believe broke the mold is Mark Romanek. Along the way, the Grammy winner has been behind some of the world's most famous--and infamous--videos. On the groundbreaking side, there's Lenny Kravitz's exhilarating "Are You Gonna Go My Way," which made the musician a star in one fell swoop. On the controversial side, there's Fiona Apple's teasing "Criminal," Jay-Z's apocalyptic "99 Problems and "Nine Inch Nails' macabre "Closer," It is one of only two that the Museum of Modern Art has added to its permanent collection. So, I noticed that there has not been a collage of his notable music video work so I decided to make one. I hope you enjoy it. Editor: Nino Del Padre Del Padre Digital All videos copyright to their respective owner. Videos included in this montage: Jay Z - 99 Problems Linkin Park - Faint Red Hot Chili Peppers - Can't Stop Johnny Cash - Hurt Audioslave - Cochise No Doubt - Hella Good Mick Jagger - God Gave Me Everything Janet Jackson featuring Joni Mitchell and Q-Tip - Got Til It's Gone Fiona Apple - Criminal Nine Inch Nails - Perfect Drug Beck - Devil's Haircut Weezer - El Scorcho Eels - Novocaine for the Soul Sonic Youth - Little Trouble Girl Michael & Janet Jackson - Scream Madonna - Bedtime Story R.E.M. - Strange Currencies G. Love & Special Sauce - Cold Beverage Nine Inch Nails - Closer David Bowie - Jump, They Say Madonna - Rain Lenny Kravitz - Are You Gonna Go My Way Keith Richards - Wicked as it Seems En Vogue - Free Your Mind kd lang - Constant Craving

13. I Scream For Ice Cream - Nerdosaurus (Official Music Video)

  • Published: 2012-09-20T06:44:24+00:00
  • Duration: 260
  • By DOOM Design
I Scream For Ice Cream - Nerdosaurus (Official Music Video)

Artist: I Scream For Ice Cream Song: "Nerdosaurus" Album: "Delicious" Artist website: Directed, filmed and edited by DOOM DESIGN ( ) Shot on a Canon 550D (T2i)

14. Showreel '13

  • Published: 2013-12-25T20:30:17+00:00
  • Duration: 155
  • By Roman Chumak
Showreel '13

music: Synoptix - "Tesla" Album Intro Roman Chumak 3D Artist portfolio: facebook: e­mail: [email protected] skype: p4ymak Education: Engineer of geological exploration @ Russian State Geological Prospecting University (2001 ­- 2003) Sound Producer @ Humanist Institute for Television and Radio Broadcasting (2003 ­- 2005) VFX Artist @ Scream School (2012 to date) Professional Experience: Released several full­-length films and TV series as a sound producer. Directed three short­films based on my own scripts. Directed and shot a few commercials. From January 2012 passionately in love with computer graphics and in July 2012 I released my first full­cg commercial. Now I'm 3D Generalist working in Blender with everyday rising skills.. And also I have my own motion capture studio in my garage.. Valuable Skills: Troubleshooting, Python scripting, Linux use..

15. Autonomia


Mark Stewart vs Primal Scream 'Autonomia' will be released through Future Noise Music on February 20th, a dense agit-protest superfunk monster with sirens and Bobby Gillespie's frenetic 'keeping the dream alive' call-and-response chant with Mark Stewart who explains the story behind the song - "I'd written this song about Carlo Giuliani, who was killed at the G8 demonstrations in Genoa. At that point, it was a protest song... afterwards I started getting on with Bobby and I asked Adrian [Sherwood] about doing it. It's important that people hear about the story, it's the message and the atmosphere as much as anything.' Directed by Douglas Hart (founding member and bassist of The Jesus and Mary Chain) with Dominic Lee & Chiara Meattelli, the video exhibits a raw, riotous & feverish vivacity infused with the artists' trademark punk rock ethos to convey the song's deep political message. "Starting out as a teenager in the late 70s with the Pop Group and thru the 80's with the Maffia up to his new solo record, Mark Stewart has led the attack on conformist reality. Mark is a constant inspiration and a true Thief of Fire. A poet of paranoia and a great laugh. What a guy." -- Primal Scream Pre-order: Mark's official website: Find Mark on Facebook: Follow Mark on Twitter:

16. Martin Tungevaag - Wicked Wonderland (Official Video HD)

  • Published: 2014-07-01T23:46:20+00:00
  • Duration: 207
  • By Kontor TV
Martin Tungevaag - Wicked Wonderland (Official Video HD)

Wicked Wonderland by 'Martin Tungevaag Welcome to the official dance channel of Kontor Records. Find over 1000 videos of best 'Electronic Dance Music' in high definition. Subscribe & join our massive community! More information about Kontor Records: Internationally renowned dance label showcasing platinum selling album artists such as SCOOTER and ATB and releasing tracks by the latest and best producers and DJs in the electronic music scene. Successful compilation brands include 'Kontor Top Of The Clubs' and 'Kontor House of House'. Current roster features Armin van Buuren, Martin Solveig, DJ Antoine, Scooter, R.I.O., ATB, Tim Berg, Sono, Fedde Le Grand, Tomcraft, Die Atzen, Markus Gardeweg, Afrojack, Jasper Forks, Lexy & K-Paul... and many more! Worldwide licensing for a number of associated labels such as Tiger Records, Great Stuff, Systematic, Scream & Shout, 1605. Kontor Records is a record label based in Hamburg, Germany. The label's artist roster includes ATB, Tiësto and Scooter. Jens Thele is the head manager of Kontor and is also the manager of Scooter. History Founded in 1996, the label originated as a club night that Jens Thele organised in Hamburg's central business district. Kontor was rapidly established as a successful musical project for local DJs and producers, and this was followed by interest from international artists. Thele has explained: "We place great importance on long-term artist relationships and development, always looking to create album projects". In 2000 the 51% of the company was acquired by the German larger company Edel AG, with Thele and other subscribers retaining operative roles in the company.[2] As of 2004, the company's office overlooks the Hamburg dockland area.[3] The label launched the Kontor.TV YouTube channel in 2006 and music videos, playlists and preview-mixes of new releases are uploaded onto the channel. As of October 2013, nearly 2 million users are subscribed to Kontor.TV.[4] In early 2013, the label entered into a partnership with the Spotify online music streaming service and Kontor.FM was launched in March 2013.[3][5] In June 2013, Kontor garnered attention for a novel promotional campaign for the new song from artist Boris Dlougosch. The recipient of the music unfolds a device entitled "The Office Turntable" that serves as a 2D Technics turntable on which Dlougosch's vinyl single can be heard. The vinyl is neon orange-colored and most types of smartphones are used to scan an activating QR code on the fold-out device.[6] Label staff explained to the Contagious Magazine's YouTube channel that they were motivated by creative directors who often ignore the music promotions they are sent.[7 Klingande Alexander Marcus Dj Antoine ATB Aquagen Blank & Jones The Disco Boys Vinylshakerz Special D. Giulia Siegel Scooter Fedde Le Grand Spiller Jan Wayne Sunset Strippers DJ Dean Klubbingman DJ Sammy Lexy & K-Paul Rania Zeriri Code Red R.I.O.

17. Where is the most beautiful funeral?

  • Published: 2011-05-01T19:57:00+00:00
  • Duration: 2399
  • By Litsa Kiousi
Where is the most beautiful funeral?

concept / choreography Litsa Kiousi original music score Sebastian Hilken original text Litsa Kiousi performed by Sebastian Hilken Litsa Kiousi Marco Wittorf costumes Maartje van Bourgognie Litsa Kiousi lights Litsa Kiousi camera Hendrik Schneller René Reinhardt editing Marco Wittorf co-produced by Schaubühne Lindenfels (Leipzig) EIRA33 (Lisbon) produced by Litsa Kiousi & Marco Wittorf supported by Kulturstiftung des Freistaates Sachsen (c) all rights reserved by Litsa Kiousi & Marco Wittorf contact Litsa Kiousi [email protected] „Where is the most beautiful funeral?“ is a dance-concert for 3 performers (one dancer, one actor and one musician). A living-picture that captures the atmosphere of loneliness of human beings, poeticly created by movements, words and sounds. The title is chosen after i was asked this exact question by a random mid-40s lady on the street, an, otherwise overlooked and underappreciated being, as it was very nicely put in the call. Loneliness has been celebrated from artists and great thinkers over centuries, welcoming, understanding and using it as source of inspiration. But at the same time there is the other side, the dark one, where loneliness isn't welcoming, does not tame, becomes unbearable and cruel and leads to destruction. The borderline - a vast, fragile and not always tangible territory where one needs to scream, cry, stink, hurt, cynically laugh, give up or carry on, regardless of the so-called proper behaviour is what I explored and present with this work. An intimate, fragile and intense environment that reveals the subjective virtues and defects of loneliness.

18. Spectrum of Lights

Spectrum of Lights

This piece primarily designed to test the Sony A7s and new Atomos Shogun in very low light. However it also has a personal meaning that any parent with a child (especially one with special needs) will understand. Note the title and the subtle meanings buried within the imagery in this piece. Filmed at the Stone Zoo “Zoolights” experience in Stoneham MA. Techie details: I took out the Sony A7s out with a Sony Zeiss 24-70 F4 OIS lens with the Atomos Shogun slapped on top recording 4K and film at stupidly high ISOs. All hand held, with the camera strapped to my neck and the Shogun on top of the camera with the excellent Manfrotto 492LCD heavy duty ball mount. While you can get away with this, I recommend using a cage for any real length of time. This was an extremely low light situation, and honestly I don’t think 4K helped much here as the detail in the recording was reduced due to the low light. I shot this anywhere from 12,000 to 80,000 ISO, at F5.6 or F4. Neat Video noise reduction was applied to many of the shots. Graded with Filmconvert, which I might add can be quite slow in FCPX with 4K ProRes on an 8-core D700 Mac Pro. The actual rendering isn’t slow, but the UI slows way down once the filter is applied if you try to edit anything. I will be transitioning to Resolve for CC in the future. One of the issues with filming at such insane ISOs is that any light source will blow out when you are trying to capture the shadow detail. The 422 high bitrate ProRes from the Shogun helped in this regard, but you can only push 8 bits so far. And over-exposed is over-exposed. Situations like this really scream for more bits. The opening shot had blinking of LEDs that I could not tune out, but was left in as a story element. For the rest of my Atomos Shogun review - the good and the bad, see this post: You can download the 4K original file below, but note it is a 100Mbit re-compressed file from the original ProRes which was too big to upload. MUSIC: "Changing Times" by Nick Hinton - via Vimeo Music Store

19. The Weather of Arizona - A Time Lapse Film

The Weather of Arizona - A Time Lapse Film

The Weather of Arizona - A Time Lapse Film This film is a collection of several time lapses captured during all four seasons of the year in Arizona. My goal for the film was to showcase the dynamic/contrasting weather that one can experience in this state. Introduction Last year I spent a decent amount of time working on my film "Why I Chase | The Arizona Monsoon."  This film was more of a personal journey answering the simple question of "Why I Chase." However, there is another question I'm softened asked.  That question is "what do I chase?" Many times when I'm outside the state of Arizona, I find myself being asked that question.  "So what kind of weather can you chase and seriously you can find something nearly year round?" As you may imagine, I get very passionate about this topic, but the answer isn't always that easy.  So to better explain myself, I decided I'd develop a film in an attempt to show people in less than there is plenty of weather to see in Arizona year round. Contrasting Weather Not only does my film show the dynamic weather you can see in this state throughout the year, but it also shows the viewer the contrasting kinds of weather one may experience throughout the year.  For an example, in the deserts, one may experience sunny and mild conditions, while a trip to the Grand Canyon may bring you snow the same day.  Regardless, I find Arizona weather fascinating and I hope you do too. Thinking Outside the Box When you think of Arizona weather you have to think deeper.  What I mean by this, is that you have to think beyond the monsoon and typical thunderstorm, rain and snow events.  Instead, you gotta bring the weather down to its simplicity.  A simplicity that may be hard to understand unless you've lived here.  You see, in Arizona, there are many days where our weather is simply bright blue skies with no clouds.  While this may seem boring, I find it fascinating and beautiful within itself.  Another example of this would be the simple wispy clouds we often see down here in the desert.  While again they may not scream "weather," it does to me.  Why? Think sunsets. Capturing a film like this isn't easy.  In fact, it required a lot of travel and braving all kinds of extreme temperature conditions on both ends of the spectrum.  You see, in Arizona, the coldest days in parts of the state can go several degrees below zero Fahrenheit.  While the hottest days can reach well over 115 degrees Fahrenheit.  That's over 115-degree difference in temperature between two places in the same state.  The only difference is that one temperature was observed in the winter, while the other in the summer.  Arizona can be VERY cold, as well as VERY hot. In the next coming year, I hope to start again another film exactly like this.  However, I want to travel to more places and find ways of capturing the weather in more creative ways.  For now, though, enjoy my film and welcome to Arizona Weather! Technical Cameras: Nikon D750, Nikon D610, Sony A6500, Sony A6000 Lenses: Nikon 20mm F4, Nikon 50mm F1.4 Nikon 135mm F2.0, Sony 16- 50mm F3.5 / 5.6, Sony 18 - 105mm F4 Music:  Music by Audio Pizza