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This is new module position (corner-stamp) where you can display any module on.

Steps of how to use this feature.

  • Step 1: Create a module.
  • Step 2: Assign the module to position: corner-stamp.
  • Step 3: Configure width size of the module position.

Dropped-Short Short Film

A dude is cruising down the street pretending to listen to music, when all of a sudden a car falls from the sky. AKWARD.
 

Loss on the Orient Express

A film by: Enrico Ortu e Jacopo Mutti
Fashion Designer: Elisa Bonizzoni
With: Li Mu Zhen Zi, Riccardo Rossi
Special Thanks: Pin Jie Wang, Arda Ceylan, Antonio Petraglia
 

Mega Menu (JAT3 Framework Video #4)

 

Linuxworld Expo San Francisco 2006

Joomla! posted a photo:
 

The Rain Garden

I wanted to be out filming today but the weather was trying its best to stop me. Undeterred I popped a rain hood on my Canon 550D and stood in the garden getting soaked filming this short for you.

Camera: Canon EOS 550D with Sigma 50mm EX DG Macro on Manfrotto 055XPROB with RC128 head and Storm Jacket Rain Hood.
Edited using trial version of Final Cut Pro X
Thunder and rain sound effects by Apple Inc. and Piers Cooper
Music by Apple Inc. "Buddy" from iLife Sound Effects
 

ADAGIO (Film Case Study No.3)

Starring: Makrus-Maria Enggist, Noémi Besedes, Michael Schweizer-Anliker, Nina Bühlmann & Nathanael Schär (in Order of appearance)
Director: Jan Mühlethaler
Cimematographer: Philipp Künzli
Assistent to the DOP: Christian Anderegg
2nd Assistent to the DOP: Nicole Pfister
Gaffer: Marcel Burch
Runner: Sandro Klopfstein
Artdirector: Sara B. Weingart
Assistent to the Artdirector: Tom Weingart
Make-up: Franziska Nufer
Assistent to the Director: Simone Schelker
Sound: Ivan Steiner
Music-Supervisor: Pete Aurel Leuenberger
Musician: Maria Cappeli (Piano), Ronny Spiegel (Violin) & Pete Aurel Leuenberger (Electronic)
Set-Photos: Sarah Schlosser
Catering: Fred Bodmer & Annette Weber
Location: intraform, Bern
Labor: Andec Film, Berlin / CinePlus, Berlin
Film: Kodak Super16

© roja-media Productions 2011
 

MALAIKA - short film by Soma Helmi

A young girl moves half way around the world with her mother, to a remote house in Bali. There, on her 17th birthday, she discovers that she is not all human.

Shot over 4 days on a budget of $300. This short is a teaser of sorts for a feature length film I have in mind and would like to produce...

For more info and behind the scenes photos, check out my Facebook page: facebook.com/somahelmifilms

Starring: Sandrayati Fay, Maya Yonika, Isaac Lubow
Writter/Director/Producer: Soma Helmi
Executive Producer: Liang Tjoa
Co-Produced: Natasha Wilson, Sara Buhring Nurchis
Camera: Natasha Wilson, Raditya Santosa, Soma Helmi
Editor/Color Grader: Soma Helmi
Music: Stephen Harwood Jr
Sound Engineer: Xavier Ng
Hair & Makeup: Monica M Lawton
 

Winter Morning. (CBR x 3.0 // 550D).

: watch in HD with audio.

: i woke up.

: decided I wanted to shoot and edit a short this morning.

: nice atmosphere.

: magic lantern firmware: cbr x 3.0 // had no issues with 'stopped recording' error.

: cut in premiere pro cs5.5.

: edited and graded in AE cs5.5.

: Lenses //
: Nikkor 28mm 2.8 AI.
: Nikkor 50mm 1.4 non AI.
: Canon 50mm 1.8 II.
: Canon 18 - 55mm 2.5 - 5.6.

: theodore maddigan // swinburne national design university // melbourne, australia.
 

Reviving Redwood - by Matt Sullivan (Thesis Animation at Ringling College)

This is the story of an old man's struggle to bring life back to an abandoned logging town.

Directed and created by Matt Sullivan at Ringling College of Art and Design.
Original score by Corey Wallace
Sound design by Zack Wilson.

If you enjoyed this, feel free to view my blog at www.msulli25.blogspot.com
 

Keep Moving - Official Trailer

A completely improvised dance short. Shot over three days with five aspiring dancers. KeepMoving is an ongoing collaboration of dance, music and film revolving around the idea of improvisation.

brownreel.com/keepmoving

Dancers: Kevin Iverson, Christina Blankenship, Zach Enquist, Catie Craft, Spencer Dickhaus

A Film By: Austen Browne
Co-Produced By: Malcolm Browne
Cinematography & Editing: Austen Browne
Music By: Alex Humphreys, Malcolm Browne, Kevin Iverson & Austen Browne
 

The Shores of Dream

The Shores of Dream (Super 8, 2012)
 

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The Field - Short Film filmed by Canon 600D

Man getting chased through THE FIELD
 

En la frontera

 

DEL PUNTO A LA FORMA (Martin Blaszko, ca. 1954)

Este cortometraje es, hasta el presente, la única incursión de Martin Blaszko en el cine. Fue rodado hacia 1954 y en solitario (con excepción de algunas tomas realizadas con la ayuda de Eugenia, su mujer). En él, Blaszko hace uso de animaciones, juegos de perspectivas y otras ventajas del arte cinematográfico para hablar de las leyes geométricas que rigen la mayor parte de su obra y de los temas que aún lo obsesionan como la bipolaridad, lo monumental y la ciudad como fuente de emoción estética. Por momentos el film resultante produce imágenes de una pureza y elegancia equiparables a los experimentos visuales de compatriotas suyos como Walter Ruttman o Hans Richter.

La presente banda sonora fue compaginada desde Paris por su nieto, el músico Ary Carpman.

El film tuvo su estreno mundial en el 13º Bafici (Festival Internacional de Cine Independiente de Buenos Aires).

Martin Blaszko nació en Berlín, Alemania, en 1920. Estudió con Jankel Adler y Enrique Barczinski. En 1939, tras una estadía en París durante la cual conoció a Marc Chagall, emigró a la Argentina. Allí tomó contacto con Carmelo Arden Quin y en 1945 participó activamente en el movimiento de vanguardia MADÍ. Fue representante argentino en las Bienales de San Pablo (1953) Venecia (1956) y Bruselas (1958) y ha expuesto en el MoMA, el Centre Georges Pompidou, la Tate Gallery, el Museo Ludwig y el Museo Reina Sofía. Su obra forma parte de colecciones públicas y privadas en Argentina, Venezuela, EEUU, Italia, Francia, Alemania, España, Suiza y en la provincia de Utsugushi-Ga-Hara, Japón. El año pasado realizó una muestra individual en el MALBA. Actualmente vive y trabaja en Buenos Aires.
 

Test

 

A Monochromatic Friday

"A Monochromatic Friday"

Shot and Edited by Warren Wagner

Shot 06.09.2012

I had originally planned to film more shots of people and had a spoken word piece I was going to pair it with. By the time I got downtown it was pretty late and there weren't many people out so I decided to shoot this instead and found this great track by Quantum Jazz.

Wanted to test the new Magic Lantern firmware and see how it could help my shooting.

Camera: Canon T2i (with Magic Lantern firmware)

Lenses:
Canon 50mm f 1.4
Canon kit lens 18-55 f 3.5 - 5.6
Sigman 28-300mm f 3.5 - 6.3
Pentax 20mm f 4
Pentax 28mm f 2.8
Pentax 35mm f 2.8

Music:
"Intro" by Quantum Jazz
(http://www.quantumjazz.net/)
 

SilhouetteS

A director asks a journalist to investigate his working method. This results in an experimental film that gets going very naturally, but in which the makers remain invisible.
Interview with Jonathan Rio : http://www.labkultur.tv/en/blog/film-there-no-truth
Review : http://www.labkultur.tv/en/blog/falling-out-frame
F 2009. R,B,K,S: Jonathan Rio. M: Jean-Jacques Martial. P: ReVo Asso. D: Alexis Jacquet, Marion Laboulais, Philippe Rion, Jean-Paul Bisson, Bernard Butel. 2' 11''