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GoPro3 Black edition Time lapse. For my first time lapse i decided to go with the 4k video mode along with Protune set on 3000K. Pre rendered in 29.97 FPS for editing. Rendered at 30FPS for web. Enjoy!
In May 2012 I was lucky enough to get to take a trip to Italy. Along the way, I took my brand new Scarlet-X everywhere. Cinque Terre could be some of the most beautiful footage I captured.
Leading the new generation of BMX athletes, Pat Casey’s talent and ability is only limited by the confines of his own mind. He recently collaborated with Monster Energy to produce a massive backyard super park. It’s called “Dream Yard”; a conduit for an artist to paint his most epic masterpiece. The 2012 X Games Bronze medalist has been hard at work developing his bag of tricks - his signature style combines big amplitude with technical variations and combinations as he pursues Gold at the 2013 X Games.
Directed by: Casey McPerry
Aerial Cinematography: AXOM Digital Cinema
Principal Cinematography: Wes Williams
Second Camera: Dylan Pfohl
Link to original youtube video: youtube.com/watch?v=5O83EiEqHcw
Life and Freaky Times of Uncle Luke
by Jillian Mayer and Lucas Leyva
Buy Pieces of the Set: borschtcorp.bigcartel.com/product/life-and-freaky-times-of-uncle-luke-deluxe-box-set
Read more about the film here: borschtcorp.tumblr.com/post/51605535546/life-and-freaky-times-of-uncle-luke-2011-dir
This film is part of the permanent collection at the Miami Art Museum. After premiering at Sundance in 2012, it went on to play several dozen other international festivals, including SXSW, BAMcinemafest, Los Angeles, Milan, AFI, and Maryland. Now it is yours to share!
“Uncle Luke is an incredibly original film, both in terms of its tone and the technique of its storytelling… Uncle Luke really taps into the popular culture of a specific generation, and it has a very healthy disrespect for convention and authority.” - Sundance Programmer
“Life and Freaky Times of Uncle Luke is undeniably entertaining, whether you get the cultural references or not. It is a smart and intricately self-reflexive example of what cultural theorist Jim Collins has called ‘the perpetual circulation and recirculation of signs that form the fabric of postmodern cultural life.’ Mayer and her collaborator are quintessential bricoleurs. In Uncle Luke, street-credible slang and classic booty beats reconstruct a landmark of film history. High and low, art and entertainment, fiction and reality become multiple facets of an intellectually-integrated work that specifically depends on cultural quotation. The parallels are both narrative and structural. Whereas La Jetee is constructed from stills, referencing the psychological relationship between photography and memory, Uncle Luke draws from the nostalgia power of Mayer’s two dimensional boards.” - Art Papers review
Life and Freaky Times of Uncle Luke
(Inspired by ‘La Jetee’ by Chris Marker)
Borscht Corp. and Rakontur Present
a film by Mayer\Leyva
Director/ Designer/ Producer: Jillian Mayer
Screenplay/ Co-Director/ Editor/ Producer: Lucas Leyva
Executive Producer: Evan Rosenfeld
Co-Executive Producer: Andrew Hevia, Dennis Scholl
Co-Producer: Nick Orsini
Associate Producer: Fro Rojas, Evrim Oralkan
Starring Luther Campbell as Uncle Luke
Scientists: Carlos Rigau, Eric Cade Shoenborn
Eliza: Elizabeth Sky
Mutants: Sterling Rook, Rob Maya, Shira Abergel, Nick Ducassi, Sasha Buttboy, Orlando Estrada, Maurice Pierre
Girls in White: Mabel Gonzalez, Lana Melisso, Shira Abergel, Taryn Lombardi
Clown: Ana Trevino
Judge: Richard Freedberg
Reporter: Jennifer Lopez
Bus Driver: Jillian Mayer
Bus Rider: Shira Abergel
Album Buttocks: Candy Molina, Ella Pia, Meho Latrina, Nancy Trevino
2 Live Crew: Julian Yuri Rodriguez, Lucas Leyva, Sylvester the Kat Man, Ella Pia
Stank Lady: Judy Freedberg
Stank People: Nick Ducassi, Julian Yuri Rodriguez, Jessica Gross
Stunt Doubles: Maurice Pierre, Sterling Rook
Director of Photography: Jonthan David Kane
Assistant Camera: Juan Camilo Barriga
Gaffer: Roberto Gonzalez
Boom Operator: Tim Roach
Post Audio: Cory Czjakowski, Diego Meza Valdes
Colorist: Oscar Martinez
Art Coordinator: Orlando Estrada
Project Coordinator: Ana Trevino
Art Department: Kayla de la Cerda, Taryn Devereux, Jack Elder, Julian Yuri Rodriguez, Sterling Rook, Madee Kuhn, Gabriel Rhenals, Oly Vargas, Inez Suen, Layla Bessiso, Rob Maya, Destin Jones, Zach Bagnell
Carpenter: Bill Landis
Make-Up: Giselle Mendez
Special Thanks: Billy Corben, Alfred Spellman, Borscht Film Festival, New Art Miami, Nadia Bowen, Shivers, Canvas Lifestyle, HBKZ/Sesion31, Karelle Levy, Booty Bass, The Internet, David Castillo Gallery, Luther Campbell for Miami-Dade Mayor Campaign
Made possible by a Knight Arts Challenge Grant from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation
Commissioned by Borscht Corp.
Miami, FL, USA 2011
Stay Freaky Ya’ll
Sample footage of various jellyfish shot with Red Epic in Philippines. Shot at 120fps at 4k.
“The Faustino you know”, is the volume TWO of a series that portrait people…People we know…People like Ricardo Faustino, Portuguese “waterman”, pioneer in Nazare’s massive surf and a true passionate on hollow and big waves. A film by Dinis&Gustavo.
Sample Red Epic Great White Shark footage shot at 120 fps.
Desillusion magazine, supported by Nike are proud to present their latest video “This is Eric Koston”, a video portrait that pays tribute to the Legendary street skateboarder, Eric Koston.
As one traces the evolution of modern street skating from its earliest foundation to the unbelievable heights to which it has risen, Eric Koston has served as a constant innovator each step of the way. Since turning pro in 1992, Eric Koston has remained unfadeable in a cut-throat contest capacity as well as on the raw street level that prides itself in taking no shorts, all while never seeming to take any of it all that seriously. The wheels are always in motion, even when off his board, as Koston has helped advance innovation in skateboarding through his dedicated approach to footwear design (his creativity has yielded several classic skate shoes already) and by co-founding The Berrics with long-time pal and former roommate, Steve Berra.
After the great success of “This is” a serie of short movie portraying Icon of counter culture like Trevor “Trouble” Andrew (vimeo.com/36407056), Andrew Reynolds (vimeo.com/39201565 ), Ozzie Wright (vimeo.com/desillusion/thisisozzie ), Dylan Rieder vimeo.com/desillusion/thisisdylan), Peter Line ( vimeo.com/desillusion/thisisPeter ), Alex Knost ( vimeo.com/desillusion/thisisAlex ) ; Desillusion Magazine is proud to present THIS IS ERIC KOSTON, a dedication to one of their most influential inspirations in the board culture scene.
The video comes with a full report on Eric Koston on the latest issue of Desillusion magazine available on dslmag.com/v5/shop.php
More info: dslmag.com
“We (Too) Shall Rest”
by Olafur Arnalds
From the album For
Now I Am Winter
“Equilibrium Is Restored”
by Valgeir Sigurðsson
From the album
from the album
“The John Wayne”
by Little Green Cars
“So Very Strange”
from the album
“It’s Not My Fault, I’m Happy”
by Passion Pit
from the album
A short film about a hotel with strict policies.
Directed by Danny Sangra
In association with The Great Divide.
My final exams project at Digital Media.
A small, full CG shortfilm set in a pseudo 1980s environment, where a nostalgic theme is emphasized through the display of old computer hardware, together with careful cinematic grading.
Made as a “proof of concept” for a future project that I am currently working on.
modeling_texturing_lighting_rendering by Brian Sørensen
grading_editing_soundDesign by Brian Sørensen
written & produced by Brian Sørensen
My final film at Calarts!
Music by Ryan Studer
Please check out other amazing films done by my classmates in the CalArts channel: vimeo.com/channels/calartscharanimfilms2013
Dating in Los Angeles is hard, especially when you have a shitty car.
Directed and Written by Anthony Deptula