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This film is to remind us to stand united and continue to strive for a better, more connected world where all are respected as equals. We might think or look differently but in the end we are all human beings. We hope this piece conjures up some inspiration to act with strength and compassion in all of our daily interactions. Let us stand together. Director and Composer - Michael Marantz Director of Photography - Tim Sessler Producers - Jake Paque and Tay McEvers Executive Producers - Noah Meisner and Michael Marantz Edit - Nicholas Davis Additional Edit by - Kim Pellnat Produced by Already Alive Spoken Word Written and Performed by - KAMAU This is not the dream. Divided and confused. We dreamt a dream dwindling, descending to where dreams die. Somewhere between doubt and its defense Lies a field of broken aspirations A sea of not seeing because seeing is believing And if we dare to truly believe, then we must commit. Wake up! We dreamt a dream a dream dwindling, an ember in the winter breeze, Simmering, Our precious fleeting freedom the present I, Present Now is not the time to wallow in the trenches of despair I said, wake up, wake up! Our presence defies hatred We must engage, we must build and protect self tenaciously, Regardless of its casing, regardless of its color of its gender, of its belief We must protect we are soft but not weak, We grow, learn, adapt, live Like grass through concrete, And Conquer Every fear of difference with study, understanding, and gratitude for The very breath that gives to any, gave to every Breath is Breath, and of Breath Love is… Good Morning. I said Good Morning! Our work has just begun. Production Coordinator - Ethan Lee Assistant Director - Luis Restrepo 2nd Assistant Director - Isabelle McKusick Marantz Assistant Camera - Filipp Penson 2nd Assistant Camera - Sandy SooHoo Gaffer - John Hayden Busch Best Boy - Vincent Davino Key Grip - Jake A. Kump Swings - Stefan Matwijec and Jose Bonilla Aerial Cinematography - Brooklyn Aerials Harlem School of the Arts Dance Team Movement Consultant - Aubrey Lynch II Dancers: Brittany Alvarez Eli Klotz Isabella Soto Nasrullah Abdur-Rahman Adam Hemenes Omarion Burke Aoi Furutate Post House - Joint Editorial VFX Artists - Robert Murdock and Noah Poole Audio Mixer - Natalie Huizenga Color by Apache Colorist - Taylor Black A Very Special Thanks to: Kaili Turner Harlem School of the Arts Dance Joint Editorial Apache Kori Darling Jennifer Soto Subha Ahmed Alasia Harris Cynthia Burke Midori Furutate
"Co-Directed" by Ryan Staake & Young Thug Production Companies: Pomp&Clout x Freenjoy EPs: Ryan Staake, Ryen Bartlett & Nathan Scherrer Producer: Jeff Kopchia Head of Production: Kevin Staake Director of Photography: Trevor Wineman Editors: Ryan Staake & Eric Degliomini VFX Supervisor: Aaron Vinton Lead VFX/3D: Pete Puskas VFX Touchups: Eric Degliomini & Ryan Staake Illustration: Carlos Ancalmo Colorist: David Torcivia Audio Edit: Aaron Vinton Voice on Recording: John Colombo Rotoscoping: 3D Services India Typeface: GT Sectra Production Manager: Nathaniel Dueber Production Coordinator: Jimmy Stannard 1st AD: Erik Mateo 2nd AD: Anthony Hayward Casting Director: Michael Stonewall Beaudry Production Designer: Clayton Beisner Art Director: Pele Kudren Set Dresser: Greg Shultz Set Dec Shopper: Philip Steiger 1st AC: Alicia Pharris 2nd AC: Erin Naifeh B CAM OP: Bret Watkins B CAM AC: Erick Aguilar DIT: Mike Halper VTR: Chris Warren Techno Dolly Tech: Adam Francis Techno Dolly Op: Paul Maples Gaffer: Mike Misslin Best Boy Electric: Garett Williams Electric: Joel Gill Key Grip: Nick Bodkin Best Boy Grip: Josh Smith Grip: Sean Burris Grip Driver: Randy Crisco Stylist: Bo Roses Hair: Priscilla Nguyen Makeup: Julie Dinh Pyro Tech: Erick Hicks Truck PA: Ted Keffer Set PA: Freddy Mendez Set PA: Patricia Ramirez Driver PA: Zac Grado Moho Driver: Rusty Kid Cops: Roman George Steven Thomas Corey Jackson Girls: Sharifa Bailey Alexis Paton Stephanie Chukwoucha Melissa Moore Jacqueline Cohen Emily Gruen Blaire Hampton Saiyda Bey Danica Cooper Jasmine Macken Shakina Greene Ella Moore Kathaleen Fisher Sylvia Kochinski Brandi Lawrence Meica Bradshaw Ermaline Ogbodo Jessica Harris Kaleila Jordan Nicole Ballantine Skylar Roberge Vanessa Stewart
«12 weeks» short film / «12 SEMAINES» court métrage de Marc-André Girard/ In a mall public bathroom, Lilly, François and their 6 year- old daughter bid farewell to an unborn family member / À la toilette d’un centre commercial, Lilly, François et leur fille Léa, 6 ans, doivent faire leurs adieux à un fœtus de 12 semaines. Festivals et Prix: - Talent Tout Court-Not Short On Talent 2016. Téléfilm Canada. CANNES - Compilation « Dans ta face ». Présenté par «Prends ça court» à la belle étoile. Quartier des spectacles. - SHORT & SWEET. Centre culturel canadien à Paris. 2016 - Festival REGARD. Festival international du court métrage au Saguenay. - Acquisition et diffusion à bord de tous les vols AIR CANADA enRoute 2016 - catégorie «Québec Gold» Avec/ Starring: Rémi-Pierre Paquin, Anne-Marie Égré, Charlotte St-Martin, Danielle Proulx, Sarah Desjeunes, Nadia Paradis. Scénario et réalisation/ writer and director: Marc-André Girard Direction photo/ director of photography: Serge Desrosiers C.S.C Montage_colorisation/ Editor: Bernard-Eric Malouin Musique/ Music: Alex Mc Mahon Productrice au contenu/Content producer: Sandrine Béchade Directeur artistique/ Art director: Jean-Luc Charron Mixeur/ sound: Luc Boudrias Script: Fanny Bellavance Assistant à la réalisation: Alexandre Murray Chef maquilleuse: Colleen Quinton Accessoiriste: Chantal Lussier 1er assistant-caméra: Jacques Bernier Chefs Électro: Michael Boulonne Michel Paul Électro Louis Turcotte Chef machino: Simon Hébert Cadreur: Maxime Valsan Preneurs de son: Dominique Chartrand Denton Girard Régisseur: Patrick Vézeau Assistant de production: Jean-François Paré Directrice de production: Martine Tremblay Adjointe au producteur: Roxanne Pelletier Assistant montage sonore: Dan Tardif Coord. post-prod son: Anne-Catherine Busson Traduction anglaise s-titres: James Murray Figurants: Marilou Bourdon Mathieu Bourdon Francine Bourguignon-Bourdon Chansons du court métrage: Igloo de SAFIA NOLIN The Pursuit of Happiness de BEYRIES 1er court métrage/ First short film:
Alan Williams: Creatures of the Deep offers an insight into the mind and work of the immensely talented Brighton sculptor Alan Williams, who turns scrap metal into amazing animal figures. Looking into his dark influences and childhood, this biopic explores Alan's practice, presenting the work of a true artist who holds “great talent, imagination and humility”. Alan Williams | Director - Ben Cox | Music - MOUNT BANK [Sam Organ] | Alan’s creative practice began in his childhood, creating fantastical hybrid creatures using old toys and a tube of glue. Currently entering his 14thth year of practice, Alan’s passion is making animals and creatures from mostly found and recycled metal; transforming recognisable every day objects into beautifully detailed, sculptural artworks. His unique hand crafted works imaginatively reference nature; animals, plants, textures, form and movement. Commissions include sculpture, architectural installations, furniture and many of his public artworks are on display in locations throughout Sussex and the UK. Ben Cox - Director "This film is the result of the wanting to create a passion project based around a local Brighton artist. The resulting film has surpassed all my original expectations both in the final product and the experience I had in making it. Working with Alan over the 6 months has been a wonderful experience and I have been exposed to an artist of great talent, imagination and humility. The project has been a wonderful collaboration, with Alan putting a lot of trust and faith in me as a filmmaker and I enjoyed every second of it".
I went to Alaska for New Year with my friend Dan; we spent a week travelling North from Anchorage by rail, 4x4 & light aircraft. I took along my A7SII for the trip. Towards the end of 2016 I desired a trip disconnected from technology & work, somewhere 'into the wild' that I could disconnect somewhat from life in London. After our Tens ( campaign shoot in Mexico in December, I headed North to Vancouver and spent Christmas snowboarding. Alaska looked like the most logical stop after that for a week or so in the wilderness. The more (little) I researched and booked, I realised I should probably take a camera with me, but didn't want to be inconvenienced by all the gear I usually travel with ( The verse is from a book I found in our cabin ( that really resonated with the journey. Marshall was an environmental activist who wrote extensively about Alaska in the early 20th Century. Photos from the trip: --- The Problem of the Wilderness - Bob Marshall, 1930 It is well to reflect that the wilderness furnishes perhaps the best opportunity for pure esthetic enjoyment. This requires that beauty be observed as a unity, and that for the brief duration of any pure esthetic experience the cognition of the observed object must completely fill the spectator’s cosmos. There can be no extraneous thoughts—no question about the creator of the phenomenon, its structure, what it resembles or what vanity in the beholder it gratifies. “The purely esthetic observer has for the moment forgotten his own soul”, he has only one sensation left and that is exquisiteness. In the wilderness, with its entire freedom from the manifestations of human will, that perfect objectivity which is essential for pure esthetic rapture can probably be achieved more readily than among any other forms of beauty. --- @getdeluxe
In 2016 I travelled to South Africa to visit The Black Mambas - the worlds first all female anti-poaching unit operating in the Balule Game Reserve in South Africa. Coming from disadvantaged communities and breaking strong patriarchal tradition, these courageous women focus on eliminating illegal wildlife trade through conservation, education and the protection of wildlife, helping to ensure the long term survival of threatened and endangered species in the area. Each day they patrol up to 20km, unarmed, looking for poachers, wire-snares, and break-ins along the fence line. Their lives are at constant risk from poachers and the dangerous wildlife they protect. It is their belief that the war on poaching will not be won with guns and bullets, but through education within their local communities. The Black Mambas Anti-Poaching Unit The Black Mambas are Nkateko Letti Mzimba, Cute Grace Mhlongo, Felicia Mogakane, Belinda Mzimba, Qolile Mathebula, Kedibone Malatji, Nomsa Mokgadi Malungane, Lindiwe Labina Pilusa, Remember Dikeledi, Nesti Suzen Mohale, Patience Maphanga, Thato Moroni, Amy Clark, Lukie Mahlake, Winie Nyathi, Collen Mathebula, Proud Mkansi, Dedeya Nkwinika, Happy Nkwinika, Boetie Nkosi, Maseke Tribe, Joshua Nyoni, Christopher Khwakhwa & Given Ndlovu. Directed & Edited by Dan Sadgrove Producers: Dan Sadgrove and Nadine Brown DOP: Jason Hearn Sound Mixer: Mike Nyembe Music: Hanan Townshend Sound Design: Morgan Johnson Color: Houmam Thanks to Gabriele Neukom, Johan Grobler, William Hodgson, Lisa Trueman, Craig Spenser, Peter Sherlock, Skip Margetts, Craig Siney, Maseke Primary School, Hoedspruit Endangered Species Center, The Moholoholo Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre, Rhino Revolution, Kinyonga Reptile Center, Farm Films Productions, Barking Owl Sound and MPC London. The Black Mamba APU relies heavily on donations. Donations can be made to the Black Mamba APU thru Rhino Mercy at: In Memory of Siphiwe Sithole – died 2nd November 2016 Ulale ngokuthula dadewethu. Rest in peace, my sister.
--A shy wolf tries to befriend a group of hip, party-loving bunnies but finds her body is in revolt.-- 2016 Sundance Film Festival: selected for the Debra Hill Film Grant by Women in Film LA 2016 Sarasota Film Festival: Best Animated Short Film 2016 Nashville Film Festival: Grand Jury Prize 2016 Athens International Film and Video Festival: Animation, First Prize 2016 St. Louis International Film Festival: Best Animated Short 2016 New Hampshire Film Festival: Best Animated Film 2016 Monster Film Festival: Best Short Animation A Collaboration by Dianne Bellino + Adam Davies Written, Directed + Edited by Dianne Bellino Animated by Adam Davies Produced by Dianne Bellino + Adam Davies Cinematography + Lighting: Dianne Bellino Production Design, Set Construction + Art Direction: Dianne Bellino + Adam Davies Costume Design + Construction: Antonia Ford-Roberts + Dianne Bellino Music: Dean Parker Sound Design + Mix: Eii Cohn Title Design: Nancy Kwon Assistant Camera: Adam Davies Animal Design + Construction: Dianne Bellino Prop Design + Construction: Adam Davies Animal Resculpting: Dianne Bellino + Adam Davies Costume Assistance + Sewing: McLean Sheperd, Kimi Kaplowitz, Jen Prokopowicz Armatures: Adam Davies Assistant Editor: Adam Davies Post Production Effects: Adam Davies Additional Visual Effects: Alec Iselin Colorist: Chris Ramey Sound Editor: Daniel D'Errico Production Consultants: Reuben Kleiner, Zach Williams Post Production Consultants: Richie Sherman, Kalika Kharkar Sharma, Jeremy Brooke 15 mins. Color Copyright Dianne Bellino + Adam Davies 2016 Official Selection 2016: Sundance Film Festival, AFI Fest, Sarasota Film Festival, Maryland Film Festival, Nashville Film Festival, International Film Festival Boston, Fantasia, Fantastic Fest, Hamptons Film Festival, Guanajuato International Film Festival, New Orleans Film Festival, Sidewalk Film Festival, Norrkoping Film Festival Flimmer, Animatou International Animation Festival, BendFilm Festival, Philadelphia Film Festival, Denver Film Festival, Tacoma Film Festival, Dallas VideoFest, Monster Fest