Don't Panic! Yes, you should not panic. Why panic? Things are good, aren't they? Speaking of "things"...."Don't Panic!" is also the name for IsenSevens 2010 movie. We travelled to powdery Euro resorts, snowed-in German and Scandinavian cities, slushy California parks, Russian ghettos and all kinds of other fun places.....except Vegas. No snow there this year. With a bunch of new riders, familiar faces and new additions to the production team, we regrouped to form a snowboard-movie-super-alliance which even the United Nations couldn't shake a stick at. Equipped with fancy schmancy cameras and cool cranes/jibs/dollys/cable cams/filming monkeys we set out to make yet another fine movie filled with the typical fun riding, banger bangers, people doing stupid things, rails, pow, park, bright and flashy colors and little snow caves. This years team consists of the usual suspects Fredrik Evensen, Christophe Schmidt, Ludwig Lejkner, Fips & Tobi Strauss, Alex Tank, Tom Klocker, Marco Smolla and the new additions of the swiss connection Colin Frei & David Bertschinger Karg, Austro kicker machine Benny Wetscher, Norwegian viking Sindre Iversen, Italian supermodel Simon Gruber, Scotlands real Braveheart Gary Greenshields and Norwegian super-kid Gjermund Bråten. So be sure to bring your barf bags cause there's going to be some spinning that will make you dizzy! The movie will be released mid September and the whole gang can't wait to show you their new baby. ISENSEVEN presents "DON'T PANIC!". A film by ALEX SCHILLER, TOM ELLIOTT and VINCENT URBAN. Editing by VINCENT URBAN Motion graphics by ALEX SCHILLER MUSIC: Salem Al Fakir "Twelve Fingers" www.myspace.com/salem Published by Al Fakir Songs. (P) 2007 Salem Al Fakir under exclusive license to EMI Music Sweden AB. (C) 2007 Salem Al Fakir under exclusive license to EMI Music Sweden AB. Principal cinematography by Tom Elliott, Alex Schiller, Vincent Urban with additional footage provided by Felix Urbauer, Richard Prendergast, Max Seefried, Mikael Norrman, Niko Jentsch, Phil Meyer, Sveinung Ryan, Eivind Aurstad, Pirmin Juffinger, Chris Garside, Kasper Häggstrøm and Maurino Castellani. Thanks to Pleasure Magazin, Head Snowboards, Oakley, Burton, Nitro, Volcom, DC, Forum, Nike 6.0, Sweet, O'Neill, Vans, Fiat Freestyle Team, Zimtstern, K2 Snowboarding, Bataleon, Snowstyle Magazine and Planet-Sports for making this project possible.
2010年6月3日
"Full disclosure: after watching it three times, I’d go so far as to call it a short film masterpiece [...] Stop is a quiet tour-de-force, a pent up cry for humanity and fairness in a system that feeds off its own worst instincts." -Mike Tully, Hammer to Nail (http://bit.ly/1x8dBmV) "Reinaldo Marcus Green’s gripping nine-minute drama, shot in two nights on location in Red Hook, Brooklyn, centers around a student athlete who is stopped by the police for no other reason than the color of his skin. Displaying real filmmaking finesse, 'Stop' is a timely tale well told." --Kim Adelman, indieWIRE (http://bit.ly/1sV4M3x) "A riveting, tension-filled short that studies the uncomfortable details apparent in racial profiling." --Erik Luers, indieWIRE (http://bit.ly/1wpwwZg) "Probably one of the most important and timely shorts for America this year. Reinaldo Marcus Green's film addresses the upsetting aspects of New York City's stop-and-frisk policies with sensitivity and insight." -Jeff Bowers, VICE (bit.ly/1mU7HHQ) "The film packs a lot in nine minutes with its timely topic and subtle hand." --Maddy Kadish, Independent (http://bit.ly/1w5EdKr) "References to slain teen Trayvon Martin and the recent racially charged events of Ferguson and New York City surfaced in direct and subtle ways throughout the festival, but the most powerful was NYU student Reinaldo Marcus Green’s nine-minute short Stop" --Julie Bramowitz, VOGUE (http://vogue.cm/1Dknog2) "Reinaldo Marcus Green On Going From Working At Chuck E. Cheese To Playing His Film At Tribeca" --Mary Angelica Molina, REMEZCLA (http://bit.ly/1HwNqOX) "Gripping Take on the NYPD's Stop-and-Frisk Policy. It's also an Adweek Watch Awards winner." --Michael Bürgi, Adweek STOP OFFICIAL SELECTIONS / AWARDS 2015 Sundance Film Festival (World Premiere), Hammer to Nail (Runner Up) Omaha Film Festival, Atlanta Film Festival, Annapolis Film Festival, Aspen Shortsfest, Ashland Independent Film Festival, Florida Film Festival, Sarasota Film Festival, Tribeca Film Festival, Nashville Film Festival, Chicago Critics Film Festival, Twister Alley Film Festival, Berkshire International Film Festival, Rooftop Films, Milwaukee Film Festival, Monadnock Film Festival, West Chester Film Festival, Longstory Shorts Film Festival, First Run Film Festival, Rainier Independent Film Festival,Mammoth Lakes Film Festival, St. Cloud Film Festival (Grand Jury Prize), Los Angeles Film Festival, Oak Cliff Film Festival, Cayman Islands Film Festival, Indy Film Fest, Guanajuato International Film Festival, Tacoma Film Festiva (25 New Faces)l, BFI London Film Festival,Bend Film Festival, Nitehawk Film Festival, Wandering Reel Film Festival, Tampere Film Festival (Finland), *National Board of Review (Student Grant Winner) *Adweek Watch Awards (Winner Best Drama Video) *Rooftop Films Special Screening, The Frame *Short of the Week *VICE Best Online Shorts 2015 Contact: info@greenbrosfilms.com | facebook.com/stoptheshort | twitter: @greenbrosfilms
2014年12月19日