4K/UHD Version: Today I'm privileged to share with you the Finland I got to experience. I've witnessed the diversity and immense beauty of this land from the very north all the way to the southern parts, yet every time I set off I'm in awe. Finland never ceases to amaze me, and so, I’m truly honored and blessed to call this country my home. This journey was more than a timelapse project. I could go on and on ecstatically about what I experienced during the 8500 kilometers on the road. As I carried the burden of impending schoolwork, I had to make the most out of my time, while fulfilling my dream. It meant that the three months spent with the project were momentous. I’m thrilled to have experienced Finland's sublime nature on my travels, yet I'm also moved by being able to touch a great deal of people by doing what I love. I find their appraisal and kindness most humbling and rewarding.¨ I want to thank everyone from my family for playing their part in this project from the very first day I picked up this hobby till today. I’d also like to thank my relatives and friends, especially my cousin and colleague Niko Juntunen. All the clips are available for licensing in 4K resolution. Lengths varies between clips from 6-20 seconds, averaging 12 seconds. Contact me for inquiries: Behind the Scenes -video of the project: Be part of the journey. Photos and BTS on my Instagram page: @rikukarjalaine Music: “Hope Of Men” – Bytheway-May (Licensed via The Music Bed) Equipment: Canon 600D (From the very beginning of my time in photography, until this project. In memoriam 2012-2015) Canon 700D Sony A7S Samyang 14mm, Samyang 24mm, Canon 15-85mm, Canon 24-105mm, Canon 100-400mm & Tokina 11-16mm DIY slider with Emotimo TB3 Location list: 00:00-00:10 Kivesvaara, Paltamo / 00:10-00:20 Kiilopää, Saariselkä / 00:10-00:25 Pallas, Muonio / 00:25-00:31 Pallas, Muonio / 00:31-00:35 Kiilopää, Saariselkä / 00:35-00:39 Hyyppäänvuori, Laukaa / 00:39-00:47 Koli, Lieksa / 00:47-00:52 Malla, Kilpisjärvi / 00:52-00:57 Saana, Kilpisjärvi / 00:57-01:02 Pallas, Muonio / 01:02-01:07 Pallas, Muonio / 01:07-01:12 Kiilopää, Saariselkä / 01:12-01:20 Pähkänä, Kuusamo / 01:20-01:33 Pyhä-Nattanen, Sodankylä / 01:33-01:40 Saana, Kilpisjärvi / 01:44-01:54 Jurmo, Pargas / 01:54-01:59 Pirunkirkko (Koli), Lieksa / 01:59-02:04 Ruskiakallio, Lapinjärvi / 02:04-02:09 Mäyrämäki, Lapinjärvi / 02:09-02:14 Saana, Kilpisjärvi / 02:14-02:25 Pallas, Muonio / 02:25-02:30 Fäboda, Pietarsaari / 02:30-02:35 Jurmo, Pargas / 02:35-02:45 Kiilopää, Saariselkä / 02:45-02:49 Kivesvaara, Paltamo / 02:49-02:52 Jurmo, Pargas / 02:52-02:56 Kivesvaara, Paltamo / 02:56-03:00 Konttainen, Kuusamo / 03:00-03:04 Koli, Lieksa / 03:04-03:06 Kiilopää, Saariselkä / 03:06-03:10 Saltkaret, Svedjehamn / 03:10-03:14 Kiilopää, Saariselkä / 03:14-03:17 Pyhä-Nattanen, Sodankylä / 03:17-03:21 Haukkavuori, Rautjärvi / 03:21-03:26 Paavolan Tammi, Lohja / 03:26-03:34 Jurmo, Pargas / 03:34-03:47 Ristikallio, Kuusamo
On her way for a simple grocery, a young woman literally has to struggle through her fellow beings. Some of those people tend to leave an impression, but only one person leaves a mark that sticks. CREDITS: Written, directed & animated: Lucette Braune Music: Han Otten Sound: Jeroen Nadorp Sound design: Max Frick Producers: Chris Eimers-Mouw, Arnoud Rijken & Michiel Snijders for il Luster Films SALES: SNDfilms PRIZES & AWARDS: BLEND Award at the BLEND symposium Melbourne Int. Animation Festival Special Mention of the jury, Anim'est, for use of a fresh visual metaphor FESTIVALS WHERE THE FILM HAS BEEN SHOWN (a shortlist): Netherlands Film Festival, Netherlands, September 2013 Imaginaria film festival, Italy, September 2013 
Anim'est, Romania, Oktober 2013
Klik! Amsterdam, Netherlands, November 2013 Animated Dreams, Estland, November 2013 Suikerzoet Film Festival, Netherlands, November 2013 Etuida & Anima, Poland, November 2013 Nieuwjaarsduik Culturele Zondag,the Netherlands January 2013 International Film Festival Rotterdam, the Netherlands, January 2014 Animated Exeter, United Kingdom, february 2014 Holland Animation Film Festival, the Netherlands, march 2014 New York Int Childrens Film Festival, USA, March 2014 Tricky Women, Austria, March 2014 Cortoons, Italy, March 2014 NexT Film Festival, April 2014 Laon International Film Festival for Young People, April 2014 Cine-Jeune de l'aisle, France, April 2014 Vafi Childrens Film Festival, April 2014 Portland NorthWest Animation Festival, May 2014 Melbourne International Animation Festival, June 2014 Zilina Int. Animation Fest Anca, June 2014 Setúbal Int. Film Fest. Festroia, June 2014 Poznan Int. Animation Festival - Animator, Juli 2014 Sicaf Animation Festival Korea, Juli 2014 Anima Mundi Brazil, Juli-August 2014 Hiroshima International Animation Festival, Augustus 2014 Fantoche Internationales Festival für AnimationFilm, September 2014 Braunschweig Int. Film Festival, november 2014 Cairo Panorama of the European Film, november 2014 Istanbul Int. Short Film Festival, november 2014
钱不仅仅是货币,也是我们最常见的艺术作品。它代表着我们的历史、文化和神话。 因此,它不仅表现为我们文明世界的物质支柱,辩证的来讲,它是随着文明的发展逐渐构成的。如果是这样的话,我们的物质世界不仅从非常物质的金钱中反应出来,物质世界自身也或多或少反映出文明世界。钱是持久的,或许永恒,或许不是?运动设计师Christian Stangl 想要通过化学材料加速各种钱的自然衰变速度,以检验材质的耐久性。奇怪的是,在这些化学过程中,那些在我们不可预见的生活中最终消失的是我们社会中的物质符号。 Money is not just currency. It is the most common piece of artwork. It represents our history, culture and mythology. Thus, it does not only appear as the material backbone of our civilization - it´s dialectic is that it constitutes and is being constituted by the way our civilization proceeds. If this is the case, our materialism is not only reflected by the very material that money is, the material itself reflects the very state our civilization is in. Money is durable, maybe timeless. Or is it not? Motion designer Christian Stangl wants to contest the apparent durability by speeding up the natural decay of the material by using various acids. Strangely these chemical processes, that ultimately result in total disaggregation bring unforeseen life to the material symbolization of our society. This music video of Strange Freedom´s Track „Hide“ was made of thousands of single microscopic photographies, merged together, creating a dramatic timelapse scenario. Music by: Almalyn Griesauer Robert Stefan Michael Willer Visuals by: Christian Stangl Hardware used: Leiz Dialux Microscope Nikon D3 Sony A7R Micro Nikkor 55/1:2,8 composed in Adobe After Effects
2015年11月25日 Behind the Scenes - For my second aerial film, entitled ‘Wild Scotland’, I wanted to showcase some of the wilderness this magnificent country has to offer. From the Highlands and Islands on the west coast to John O’Groats and North Berwick on the east I’ve captured just a fraction of the stunning wilderness which Scotland has to offer. I’ve spent the last few months travelling up and down the country capturing locations, carefully planning my schedule to take advantage of the best light, be that dawn or dusk. Along the way I’ve been lucky to pick up some unexpected shots such as deer near Ardnamurchan and a large group of seals in a bay near John O’ Groats at the very top of the British mainland. I was lucky to experience a prolonged spell of good weather so filming this was a much faster process than for my first aerial film; Beautiful Scotland - Making this film involved a series of mini adventures. Hiking up Bidein a'Ghlas Thuill at 3am in the pitch dark, to film the spectacular serrated ridge of An Teallach, and hearing stags roaring in the valleys below is a memory that will stay with me for a very long time. Also filming Bass Rock near North Berwick, which is home is to the world’s largest single rock Gannet colony with some 40,000 pairs of birds, at first light was a real treat. The film was mostly shot on the DJI Inspire 1 and for the more remote locations I used the DJI Phantom 3 which can be packed in a backpack really easily. Big shout out to Drew Gibson ( who has done another magnificent job colour grading this and also to Pete Smith ( who created the sound mix. Cheers also to Rob Waugh ( for feeding back throughout the edit and helping suggest locations. Locations in order – An Teallach Ardnamurchan lighthouse Bidein A’ Ghlas Thuill Mangersta Sea Stacks, Isle of Harris Suilven Luskentyre Beach, Isle of Harris Callanish Standing stones, Isle of Lewis Duncansby Bay (Seal shot) Tantallon Caslte Bass Rock Ardnamurchan Duncansby sea stacks Glen Etive Castle Stalker Arisaig Forth Rail Bridge Neist Point, Isle of Skye Music again by the fantastic Tony Anderson – Eyes Wide Open For footage licencing enquiries please email me at – ** THIS FOOTAGE MUST NOT BE USED WITHOUT PRIOR PERMISSION **
"Mad Max Meets Britney Spears’ ‘Toxic’" - TIME MAGAZINE 2015 Making of interview I did with Entertainment Weekly: Starring Braina Laviena and Akemi Look Directed and Written by Lance Drake Produced by Kourtney Gleason Executive Produced by Danielle Hinde Directors Rep - Daniel Kent Prod Co Doomsday Entertainment PM - Filippa Emma Edenbro AD - Kenneth Arnold Taylor Cinematography - Todd Banhazl ( Production Design - Tyler Jensen Stylist - Tatiana Valentin Beauty - Becca Webber 2nd Unit Director - Robert Schober 2nd Unit Art - Nelson de Castro 2nd Unit DP - TJ Shwingle Additional AD - Chad Nicholson Stunt Choreographer and Coordinator Mindy Kelly Stunt Coordinator Damien Bray 1st Unit Camera 1st AC - David Edsall 1st Unit Camera 2nd AC - Otis Sherman 1st Unit Steadicam - Liam Clark 2nd Unit Camera 1st AC - Scott Johnson 2nd Unit Camera 2nd AC - Emma Massalone 2nd Unit Steadicam - Dustin Heindl DIT - Shane Farnsworth 1st Unit G+E: Gaffer - Nghia Khuu Best Boy Electric - Skott Khuu Electric - Juan Smith Valle Key Grip - Mike Prim Best Boy Grip - Darrin Stuckwisch Grip - 2nd Unit G+E: Gaffer - Best Boy Electric - Key Grip - Best Boy Grip - Additional Shoot 1st AC - Scott Johnson Additional Shoot 2nd AC - Matt Szewczyk Additional Shoot Gaffer - Arjun Prakash Additional Shoot Key Grip - Oliver Young Storyboards - Neil D'Monte Editor - Jeremiah Mayhew Lead VFX and Creature Design - Additional VFX - Roboshobo Colorist - Derek Hansen @ MPC Camera Provided by Panavision + Heindl Cinema © Atlantic Records Commissioner Phil Botti Special thanks to Steve Gottlieb, Roboshobo, Jeremiah Mayhew, and Todd Banhazl.