Bertuğ Cemil - Yağmur
Third music video 'Yağmur' Apr 2007.
Sözü ve müziği kendisine ait olan "Yağmur" adlı şarkı için Neslihan Yeşilyurt yönetmenliğinde çekilen klipte 16mm formatı kullanıldı ve Beyoğlu'nda Club Karaoke mekân olarak seçildi. Senkronlar Bertuğ Cemil'in üstüne giydirilen "body cam" ile çekildi. Klipte aşk, özlem ve umutu ifade eden şarkı sözlerinden yola çıkılarak, şehir insanının yorgunluğu, kırgınlıkları ve bunlarla baş ederken dostları ile ortak bir mekânda sıkıntılardan kurtulmaya çalışmaları noktasından yola çıkılarak, şarkıya karaoke yaparak eşlik eden oyuncular rol aldı. "Yağmur" klibini tüm TV kanallarından ve sitemizden izleyebilirsiniz.
Bound is a story of a painter who is slowly going mad. Enter his subconscious as he tries to remember his past love during the last seconds of his life before a lethal injection runs through his body. Bound is a Jarrett Robertson Film.
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STARRING: Jim Lovell, Dave Szcott, John Young, Gene Cernan, Mike Collins, Buzz Aldrin, Alan Bean, Edgar Mitchell, Charlie Duke, Harrison Schmitt
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RATING: PG (For language and scary situations involving astronauts in outer space)
Created and written by dyslexic who's uncle was taken to prison.
After Our Beloved Month of August, Miguel Gomes returns with Tabu, an engaging, provocative and poetic film set both in Portugal and in an un-named African location.
Bearing the same title as F. W. Murnau’s classic Tabu (1931), shot in black and white and taking place at least partly in a distant land, Gomes’ third feature film is divided in two distinctive yet complementary storylines. Whilst the first part, shot in 35mm and in the present time, portrays a society wallowing in nostalgia, the second part, shot in 16mm, goes back in time and plays with history, sound, the concept of linear narration, as well as the ideas of melodrama, slapstick, passion and tragedy. Both parts feature Aurora at two different stages of her life: an older Aurora regrets a past long gone while a younger Aurora dreams of a more passionate life. A virtuoso film, Tabu also offers a reflection on Europe’s colonial past.
No EVDO connection. No cell phone single. We've set up camp where the Skagit River runs into the Cascade River, surrounded on all sides by mountains ranging from 4,000 to 8,900 feet in elevation. It's very beautiful. People in town (Marblemount) say that we are 'in for a treat' tomorrow - I'm looking forward to it.
But I'm getting ahead of myself - I mentioned in my last post I was excited about uploading the first few 'official' shots (I say 'official' because we've been capturing tons with the two mp4 cameras and our Nokia), yesterday we stopped at a laundry mat in Concrete where I managed to import a few minutes here and there, and export them straight to quicktime-movies. This 1st clip is one of the many takes we captures with the sun setting behind the camp-site. It was very cloudy and grey all day but around 8:30 the sun came down under the clouds enough to just light everything up. I'm so happy with this 2nd clip - we had set up in the morning to get their 'taking off' moment, and on the 35 kit (HDV35), the guys had their zoom-lens (200). But Amanda had packed her SLR camera and one of the lens she has for it is a very long lens (a 300), we swapped it out and it looks just amazing. Unbelievably sharp depth of field. We stopped by a field yesterday to shoot some tall grass with the mountains in the background - and I couldn't believe how many 'layers' of field we could shift through. The great news is it's turned out to be much, much easier to film on-the-fly with the 45 kit mounted to the FX1. At first we were planning to only break it out for interviews. But Olivier is finding it very simple to focus and move at the same time - which I love, it's just one more 'look' we can play with for the film. I also can't believe how much I'm loving the mp4 and Nokia footage, it gives a less 'cinematic / grandiose' feel to the shot and makes it more personal. I've uploading some of it here, here and here... and one more here. We've been slowly and carefully breaking out our 16mm, we only have 30 minutes of stock for the entire two months (if anyone has any 100 foot daylight spools they'd like to donate, please let me know, we could use it). But... *deep breath* I do have some bad news. It was news that, I could tell, was very hard for Jay to come talk to us about. Amanda was curled up in her tent, and the four of us guys were at the picnic table looking at rushes and talking about whatever, when Jay let us know the situation with his knee. I've never actually talked about it here on the site, so this will require a quick catch-up: Jay is a snowboarder, actually a very good one. In the 2005 he took the bronze in the world championship. Yea, I know, he's good. But he's had knee trouble for years, gone through 5 major surgeries, and at the moment is actually completely missing his ACL. Both Larry & Jay have been training, in the mountains, a great deal - so it's hard to say if it's the added weight to the bike that caused the problem, or if it just finally caught up with him. But only 10 miles into the ride this morning and his knee almost brought him to tears, and Jay's a tough enough guy to know that's a problem... especially on a flat day like they had this morning. So, Jay is going to stay behind - Larry is pressing on... alone. He's, understandably, a bit terrified about the following 4,200 miles - but he's also a bit excited about the solitude. It changes things for us, not in a bad way, but we'll adapt with it. As a crew we are still trying to find the best balance for what we are doing - I know it will take some time in this kind of on-the-move environment. For example, Jeff and I had a hell of time today with a simple crane shot - not too sure if any of that footage actually worked out. But I am very sad to see Jay go - I know he was very excited and ready for this ride, I know he's sad to watch Larry ride on without him. But I understand and encourage him not to push himself to the point of ruining his snowboarding career, or even just simply ruining his knee. It's going to be a hard good bye tomorrow morning. Well, it's after midnight, I need to get some sleep. Goodnight for now.
(PS) I found out that a lot of the videos I uploaded with Transmit on the road didn't get transfered correctly and have been bouncing out bad files through the feed, sorry for this, I'll only try to upload from now on with a more reliable connection.
bizarre love story. Love? / 16mm short film
"In a last attempt at love, Walter decides to buy a do-it-yourself kit to build a girlfriend. Despite the useless guide, the creation Walter builds might be the love of his dreams." - - - This is a 16mm/sync-sound film for PII class at Columbia College Chicago
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I'm writing this while driving through the beautiful vineyards north of Los Alamos... thanks to our awesome new EV-DO card we bought for the trip. With Adrianna Krikl playing off the ipod it's *almost* very relaxing - if it weren't for a few straps between the roof and the rack vibrating wildly in the wind, creating what some might describe as the world's most annoying sound.
But I'm glad I finally have a moment to slow down and write a post - the last two days have been go-go-go, and on almost no sleep to add icing to the 'cake'. I'm so excited about being featured on Have Money Will Vlog - it's been something I've been waiting a long time to announce, and the timing couldn't be more perfect. Jan and Ryanne recored a Skype conversation they had about Pedal's interesting history with HMWV, how things have evolved since I started working with Ryanne and then later with Jan. In the video they mention how Jan gave me the kick in the butt to ask Nokia (WOM) about sponsoring us with a video-phone, something I wasn't considering before for a number of reasons. A: Didn't think they would give me one. B: Didn't think I would use it. But, long story short, I asked, they gave the project a phone, and I can't wait to take full advantage of it. Thanks Jan! It's a great addition to the mix of media we are packing: 16mm, HDV, HDV with a 45 adapter ('HDV35'), mp4 cameras, Polariod, a wide range of SLR cameras and lenses we plan to do specific time-lapse shots with... I'm very excited about having so many different 'looks' to choose from. But I have to run for now, we just parked at OSH to buy something to muffle the vibration.
Shooted in 16mm film for Experimental Motion Picture class at Academy of Art College, this is the first film ever shooted by Giovanni Esposito. San Francisco November 2001
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Roopashree Jeevaji stars in this powerful USC graduate film written and directed by Nabila Lester. Trailer edited by Anup Sugunan. More info at www.Roopa**** & www.Anup****
OFFICIAL SELECTION: NYC Indo-American Arts Council Film Festival
directed by Ryan Jeffery
USA, Experimental, 2006, 16mm, Color, Dolby A, 00:07:00
Fallen uses the iconic imagery found in mythology and religion to create a modern myth.
The Rolling Stones: Some Girls, Live in Texas is a never-seen-before concert movie which captures this world famous band at the height of their musical career. Shot on 16mm at Fort Worth, Texas in 1978, the film has been upgraded to high definition with a 5.1 audio track. It opens with a Sir Mick Jagger interview filmed in August 2011 where he introduces the concert and offers an insight into its significance in the band's history.