23.05.19 by Kimi

Joel Ross – “Yana”

Lots of lovely shots in this video for Joel Ross by director Daveion Thompson (previously featured here). Relying on abstract movements to convey meaning and emotion, “Yana” explores the intimacy within a relationship that allows for unconventional conversation.

 

Starring
Joel Ross
Xulani Akel

Directed by Daveion Thompson
Producer: Nicolas Thau
Cinematographer: Mayer Chalom
1st AD: Harry Walters
Art Director: Joyce Esquenazi
Editor: Chiao Chen
Colorist: Nick Metcalf
Video Commissioner: Jon Wong
Film Processing: Metropolis Post

 

This video was submitted by Daveion Thompson and selected by our team. Click here if you have a project you’d like us to check out!

23.05.19 by Kimi

slowthai – “Inglorious” feat. Skepta

Great energy to this video for slowthai and Skepta’s track “Inglorious” by London-based filmmaking trio Crowns & Owls (previously featured here).

 

Inglorious — (of an action or situation) causing shame or a loss of honour.
“An inglorious episode in British history”

Directed by Crowns & Owls
Producer: Andy Picton
DOP: David Wright
Edit: Crowns & Owls
Styling: Daniel Pacitti
Gaffer: Philip Penfold
Sparks: Ryan Delahunty, John Clarke, Dan Smith
Set Design: Ciaran Beale
Assistant Set Design : Henry Smith
Prop design/build: Danny Froude @ Analog Space
Steadicam: Gary Kent
1st AD: Oli Falcon
1st AC: Thomas Nicholson
2nd AC: George Nock
Cam Trainee: Lewis Thompson
Motion Control: Mark Roberts Motion Control
Grip: Alfred Wentzel
Colourist: Jonny Tully
Post Producer: Hannah Whitehill
Post Prod Co: Big Buoy
Projection Edit: Michael Laine

Special Thanks:
Levis Levi
Alex Motlhabane
CineLab London
Matthew Gundel
Chad McLean
Made London

 

This is just one of the many exciting submissions we’ve received in the past week. Consider participating here if you have a project you’d like us to check out!

22.05.19 by Kimi

“Machine Learning” by Luke White

A curious machine encourages a woman to take control in this creative short by director Luke White.

 

Starring Thi-Mai Nguyen
Directed by Luke White
Producer: Lauren Tyson
DOP: Giuseppe Favale
Editor: Brendan Jenkins
Sound & Music: Mutant Jukebox
Post: FreeFolk
Art Direction: James Hamilton

 

This is just one of the many wonderful submissions we’ve received in the past week. Click here if you have a project you’d like us to check out!

22.05.19 by Kimi

Premiere: “Week One”

A lovely exploration of grief from director Kevin Slack, actress Meredith Adelaide and cinematographer Blaine Dunkley. Sparked by a casual Friday meetup over milkshakes, “Week One” is the direct result of what became an increasingly intimate discussion about art and their shared desire to create freely and without outside pressure. By Sunday they were shooting the film with a skeleton crew of generous friends, no money or full-fledged script — a loose and organic production entirely fitting for the subject matter. As they state:

“There is something beautiful and terrifying about the way grief shows up for each of us. How we can’t prepare for it and how unpredictable it is. How it encompasses us in isolation, and how it will wait, patiently, until we face it… This is a film for anyone who has ever lost someone close to them… or who will… so of course it’s a film for all of us.”

Check out “Week One” above. Full credits and some behind-the-scenes photos from the shoot below!

 

Starring
Meredith Adelaide
Britt Harris (voice)
Keith Slack (voice)

Directed & Edited by Kevin Slack
Written & Produced by Meredith Adelaide, Blaine Dunkley & Kevin Slack
Director of Photography: Blaine Dunkley
Colorist: Ryan McNeal
Original Music: Tristan de Liege
Sound Design & Mix: Marc Mellens
Production Sound Mixer: Jeramy Parker

 

 

 

 

 

Kevin Slack’s Website

Meredith Adelaide’s Website

Blaine Dunkley’s Website

 

21.05.19 by Kimi

Andrzej Mrozek – “Międzysmak”

Lots of nice shots in this video for Polish singer Andrzej Mrozek by Warsaw-based director Łukasz Zabłocki (previously featured here). “Międzysmak,” which loosely translates to “in between tastes,” explores the different dynamics of same-gender interaction and how we deem what is appropriate.

 

Starring
Andrzej Mrozek
Mateusz Chmurski
Kevin Bonono
Nathan Williams
Tom Mickiewicz
Filip Bala
Anita Sawicka
Magdalena Marcinkowska

Director: Łukasz Zabłocki
DOP: Mateusz Dziekoński
Art Direction: Zuzanna Słomińska
Make Up: Katarzyna Biały
Hair: Magdalena Węglińska
Styling: Karol Młodziński
Choreography: Anita Sawicka
Color: Piotr Nowicki
Focus Puller: Maciej Barański
Camera Assistant: Robert Zygmuntowski
Screen Assistant: Rafał Szajkowski
Steadicam: Mateusz Wasążnik
Steadicam ass: Ignacy Kiełczewski
Gaffer: Maciej Gamdzyk
Spark: Leszek Miłek
Spark: Irek Chojnacki
Spark: Paweł Buźniak
Agregat: GOSTEK
Best man: Krzysztof Białas
Exec Producer: Eight
Producer: Agnieszka Chromicka
Production Manager: Katarzyna Frątczak
Edit: Łukasz Zabłocki
Post production: MIŁO
Postproducer: Marija Mitrovic
Insurance: Monika Żuczkowska

Special Thanks:
Rekwizytornia Praga
Panavision Polska
Heliograf
Lech Strombski
Kuba Kaliciński
MIŁO Postproduction Studio
WFDiF Laboratorium Filmowe
RKS „Skra” Warszawa: Pan Sławomir i Pani Ewa

 

This video was submitted by Łukasz Zabłocki and selected by our team. Click here if you have a project you’d like us to check out!

21.05.19 by Kimi

Conrad Clifton – “Hunter Gather-Her”

Great energy to this video for Brooklyn-based electronic artist Conrad Clifton by director Sam Shannon. Featuring vocals sampled from South African healer, Credo Mutwa, “Hunter Gather-Her” explores the duality of opposing masculine and feminine energies as manifested through the movement of dancers Marcus Braggs and Angeliq Brock.

 

Starring
Conrad Clifton
Angeliq Brock
Marcus Braggs

Directed & Edited by Sam Shannon
Cinematographer: Arthur Woo
Choreographer: Emma Chadwick
Stylist: Marcus Braggs
Colorist: Gene Curley @ Nice Shoes
Steadicam + Camera Operator: Korey Robinson
1st AC: JT White
Key Grip: Eric Bujnowski
PA: Allison Brooks
PA: Sampson Hollander

 

This is just one of the many exciting submissions we’ve received in the past week. Consider participating here if you have a project you’d like us to check out!

20.05.19 by Kimi

Documentary: “49 Mile Scenic Drive”

A wonderful documentary short directed by Bradley Smith and Tyler McPherron (previously featured here). Highlighting the work of artist Rex May, “49 Mile Scenic Drive” charts the 50 year saga of one iconic street sign in the city of San Francisco:

“What began as a short film about design took on a life of its own and ended up changing a little piece of history.”

Watch above and see full credits below!

 

Directed by Bradley Smith & Tyler McPherron
Written, Narrated and Illustrated by Alexander Barrett
Produced by Bradley Smith, Jeremy Summer, Little Moving Pictures
Edited by Gregory Gheorgiu, Matthew O’Donnell, Tyler McPherron, Bradley Smith
Director of Photography: Tyler McPherron
Composer: Jordan Lehning
Colorist: Sean Wells
Sound Mixing: Joel Raabe
Dialogue Recorded & Edited by Tom Disher
Gaffer: Luke Seerveld
Assistant Editors: Caleb Stumpfl, Michael Pavoni
Assistant Camera: Evan Henkel
Production Assistants: Frank Frattini, Natalie Vall-Freed, Lemia Bodden, Matthew Nelson
Archivist: Emily Bender
SFMTA: Noel Laffey, Eddie Clark, Todd Vers, Candace Sue, Katy Guyon, Helen Lau
SF Film Commission: Manijeh Fata

Special Thanks:
Chuck Little
The Family of Rex May
Lee Hastings
Susan Burdick
Kaz Tsuruta
Elliott Reid
Wendy Niles
David de la Torre
Sarah Klise
Bridget Watson Payne
The Mexican Museum
The Oakland Museum of California
Chronicle Books
Chris Bettig
Laura Wagner

 

This is just one of the many fun submissions we’ve received in the past week. Click here if you have a project you’d like us to check out!

20.05.19 by Kimi

“The Talking Tree” by Stefan Hunt

A man searches for purpose in this delightfully off-beat short by Brooklyn-based filmmaker Stefan Hunt (previously featured here).

 

Starring
Eka Darville
John Ventimiglia

A Stefan Hunt film in association with Rascals
Director: Stefan Hunt
Producer: Matt Webb
Executive Producer: Eka Darville
DP: Justin Derry
1st AC: Kyle Derry
2nd AC: Mika Hawley
Sound Mixer: Patrick Southern
Production Assistant: Brayden Harry
Editor: Stefan Hunt
Animator: Kyle Sauer
Composer: Jonny Higgins
Sound Mix: Jonny Higgins
Colourist: Matt Fezz
VFX: Matt Fezz
Titles: Joe Lenehan

Thanks to
Central Park Conservancy
Duotone Audio Group
Hand Held Films
Kodak
Metro Post NY
Kenny Suleimanagich

 

This video was submitted by Stefan Hunt and selected by our team. Consider participating here if you have a project you’d like us to check out!

20.05.19 by Kimi

“A Visual Ode to A Hare in the Woods” by Andrea Marini

An abstract portrait of Michelin Star chef Massimo Bottura’s groundbreaking dish, Camouflage: A Hare in the Woods, by director Andrea Marini.

 

Written, Directed & Edited by Andrea Marini
Produced by 360FX Table Top Studio
Executive Producer: Antonella Scoliero
Cinematographer: Emanuele Zarlenga
Original Music & Sound Sesign: Daniele De Virgilio
Color Grading: Orash Rahnema

 

This is just one of the many creative submissions we’ve received in the past week. Click here if you have a project you’d like us to check out!

17.05.19 by Kimi

Jordan Hawkins – “Lost” feat. oghosthaze

An exploration of the trauma of dishonesty in a relationship and the baggage one can carry on into the next for Jordan Hawkins’ track with oghosthaze. Directed by Brooklyn-based Henry Kinder, “Lost” is set in the post-apocalyptic wasteland of the Salton Sea — “a place where so much promise was never realized.” As Kinder shares:

“‘Lost’ is a dialogue that dissects doubt and truth in an attempt to find a balance… While the water looks beautiful, the surrounding ghost towns and fish corpse beaches tell a different story. The sea is alluring, but dangers lurk behind the visually captivating.”

 

Director: Henry Kinder
Cinematographer: Kayla Hoff
Producer: Kiyo Vigliotti
Assistant Director: Wyatt Winborne
Color: Owen Smith-Clark
Hazmat Aliens: Kiyo Vigliotti, Ames Ward, Wyatt Winborne
Production Assistant: Ames Ward
Production Services: Supersight Media

 

This is just one of the many wonderful submissions we’ve received in the past week. Click here if you have a project you’d like us to check out!

17.05.19 by Kimi

Colectivo Da Silva – “Marisol”

Colectivo Da Silva enjoy a day of ironic goodness and innocence before the immense and expected reality of Monday in this dreamy video by Serjiososo of directing duo Kirkpatrick Buffet (previously featured here).

 

Directed by Serjiososo aka Kirkpatrick Buffet
Edit: Araque Blanco & Marta G. Tenorio
DOP: Carlos Cuenca
Art: Ana Alborés
Color: Noemi Lallave

 

This video was submitted by Kirkpatrick Buffet and selected by our team. Consider participating here if you have a project you’d like us to check out!

17.05.19 by Kimi

Hirakish – “Beautiful” (Mature)

A dark yet comedic melodrama from musician Hirakish and director Andre Bato. Centered around a violent robbery at a barbershop, “Beautiful” follows Hirakish as he terrorizes the city, all in the name of love.

 

Starring
Hirakish
ozcult
Ryon Wu
Lashan

Written & Directed by Andre Bato
Director of Photography: David T. Okolo
Producer: Maximilian Kurzweil
Producer: Nathan Bouton
Producer: Johnny Hernandez
Art Director: Jordan Marks
Sound Design: Jean
Casting Director: Tallulah Bernard
Casting Assistant: Jeremy Sinclair @ Tallulah Bernard Casting
Colour: Josh Bohoskey @ The Mill
Title Design: Tom Kan

 

This video was submitted by Andre Bato and selected by our team. Consider participating here if you have a project you’d like us to check out!






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