at San Diego Museum of Art
A poignant and sobering documentary by Zach Klein on the medicinal use of cannabis in Israel.
I’m going to leave it there for the 4am crew to find when the lights come on
Take a peek under the hood to see how computers draw cubic Bézier curves, as used in design and motion graphics programs. This video is part of the article Mastering the Bezier Curve in Sketch.
"Great song, my fave from the album. But this video sucks so bad."
- Mark Emil Serrano, YouTube commenter, September 6th, 2014
Director: Warren Fu
Producers: Paul Hahn, Cedric Hervet, Guy-Manuel de Homem Christo and Thomas Bangalter
Editors: Warren Fu and Cedric Hervet
Cinematographer: Chris Soos
Production Designer: Tino Shaedler
Art Director: Alexandra Wintersteller
Wardrobe Designers: Nicolas Bru and Marjan Malakapour
Colorist: Sean Coleman
Sculptures and Special Effects - Tony Gardner for ALTERIAN INC.
Pyrotechnical Effects: John Grey & Reel FX
Shot by Gavin Heffernan / SunchaserPictures.com. Music: HEAT by Elliot Goldenthal.
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Looking to beef up my Los Angeles timelapses, I rented a Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS USM II Lens from BorrowLenses.com and spent September 4th-11th shooting in a series of epic vantage points with two Canon 6Ds. The light of the latest “Supermoon” provided incredible extra definition in the darks of the city panoramas, while also giving some great separation to the skyscrapers.
Since we’re only 452 days away from the 20th anniversary of one my favorite movies HEAT, I set it to one of the soundtrack songs, an incredible piece of music by Elliot Goldenthal. The cityscapes of HEAT inspired me to make movies long ago, so it was a special treat looking down on LA from some similar angles to the classic Michael Mann film. I finished the edit with a few city captures from previous shoots and here’s the result! Motion control shots DynamicPerception.com Stage Zero and others using 5K QT Panning.
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Director: Romain Gavras
Director of Photography: André Chemetoff
Editor: Walter Mauriot & Jono Griffiths
Music: “Civilization” by Justice
Sound Mix: Marco Casanova & Jerome Gonthier
Sound Studio: Boogie Studio
Agency: Sid Lee
Production: Soixan7e Quin5e
Executive Producer: Yuki Suga
Line Producer: Sybil Esterez
Production Coordinator: Rosine Chauvin
Director : Romain Gavras
Director of Photography : André Chemetoff
Producer : Mourad Belkeddar
Production company : ICONOCLAST.TV
Making of: youtu.be/m6-sNTOhYnU
Directed by MEGAFORCE
Animation by SEVEN @ Machine Molle
Produced by Jules Dieng @ Elnino
Invented by Garrett Brown in the early 70’s, the steadicam shot — or ‘steadishot’ — has become one of the most dynamic and exciting forms of cinematography and is one of the most engaging visual techniques in a filmmaker’s storytelling arsenal.
I was inspired to make this homage to the art of steadicam cinematography when browsing the database of “top” clips over at steadishots.org, which are rated by the community. After locating what sources I could from the top 50 or so, I decided to stick with the order presented on the site (accurate as of March 1, 2013).
While I do hope you enjoy my video, there are many other clips that I was not able to source as well as many great clips that have yet to be rated into the “top” ranks, so please head over to steadishots.org and show your appreciation for the great service they provide.
For a complete list of clips by order of appearance, please visit here: refocusedmedia.com/the-art-of-steadicam/
Alt-J - Tessellate
The Black Keys - Little Black Submarine
Apparat - Ash/Black Veil
This is what happens when you go to the same school as Lorde