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A nine song visual mixtape following two young stoners into a world of mindless day jobs, petty drug deals and loud ass music. "Mixtape Marauders" is this week's Staff Pick Premiere! Read more about it here: Featuring Julianna Barwick, Father, Chastity Belt, Ought, Kari Faux, Tony Molina, Pillar Point, Comets on Fire, Jim Sullivan For more mixtapes follow us on Spotify: Director: Peter Edlund Screenplay: Peter & Ian Edlund Story: Peter Edlund Starring: Peter McNally, Ian Edlund, Emily Chisholm, Madeline Anderson Producers: Megan Leonard, Bobby McHugh Director of Photography: Ty Migota Editor: Megan Leonard Music Supervisor: Sandy Wilson 1st Assistant Director: Lael Rogers Art Direction: Darcy Drysdale Wardrobe & Make-up Stylist: Lindi Hagin Location Sound: Jason Alberts Post Sound: Clatter & Din Colorist: Bryan Smaller Title Design / Animation: Joe Garber Score: Erik Blood Production Company: Visual Pollution Cover Art Design: Nick McIntosh (ig: @nic_supa) Cover Art Photography: Christopher Lee (ig: @honoluluchris) Screenings: 2018 Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival 2018 Cinequest Film Festival 2017 Raindance Film Festival 2017 Aspen Shortsfest 2017 Palm Springs International ShortFest 2017 Seattle International Film Festival 2017 Lower East Side Film Festival 2017 Bend Film Festival (Special Jury Award - Best Narrative Short) 2017 Portland Film Festival (Audience Award - Best Short) 2017 Tacoma Film Festival 2017 Cucalorus Film Festival Follow us:
Directed by Vania Heymann and Gal Muggia Starring: Commander : Dayanand Mamilla Fire Fighter : B.Anki Reddy Driver : Appala Raju Fire fighter : Mekana Lingaiah Fire fighter : Ramu.K Fire fighter : Chandra Shekhar Gaud Driver of blue car: Chiranjeevi. Hanumanda Mayor : Rama Devi Kid : Harsh Roshan. sk Dancer : Venkateshwarulu . P Dancer 2: Raghu Ram.Kodi Newscaster VO: Rashmi Sharma Produced by Iconoclast Producer: Natan Schottenfels Executive Producers: Natan Schottenfels and Francesco Colombo Cinematography by: Arnau Valls Colomer Edited by: Gal Muggia and Vania Heymann VFX by: Tal Baltuch and Vania Heymann Production Designer : Twisha Pal Costume Designer : Neeraja Kona Action Director : Vijay Alam Casting Director : Dileep Basava Make up : K Ramana babu 2nd Unti DP: Eitan Hatuka DJ Snake Stylist: Sasha Nassar Color & Title Design: Tal Baltuch Production Service India: Ransom Films Producers : Salil Khurana and Suhana Sharma Line Producer : Sachin Singh Associate Producer : Unnati Agarwal 1st Ad : Siddartha Luther 2nd Ad : Gayle Almeida 3rd Ad : Vasu 2nd unit Ad : Hemanth Sivalenka Production Manager : Nadeem Shaikh Production Assistant : Saurabh Yadav Hyderabad Production : Rama Krishna Chaudhary Hyd. Production Asst : R Suresh Focus Pullers : Ananth Kathe & Sanjay Kesari Gaffer : Hitesh Sadrani Key Grip : Raj Pyro tech : K Prakash Art Asst : Sagar Agarwal 3D: Ori Lotan FX Simulations: Phenomena Labs Additional VFX: Cinnamon VFX Sound Design: Shlomi Attias News Theme Music: Assa Raviv Production Supervisor: Stephen Predisik Storyboard artist: Yoav Shtibelman Treatment Layout & Design: Charlie Reader
On a cold, misty morning in late October 2017, after 11 previous attempts, Brad Gobright and Jim Reynolds broke the standing speed record on The Nose (formerly held by Alex Honnold and Hans Florine) with an unbelievable new time of 2 hours, 19 minutes, and 44 seconds. Watching this as it happened was one of the more incredible spectacles I've ever witnessed; an amazing display of superhuman mastery unlike anything I've seen before... Music: Harold Budd -- Boy About 10 ODESZA -- It's Only (feat. Zyra) Nat Geo :: Climbers Crush 'Unbeatable' Speed Record on El Cap "We got back down to the Loop Road about two that afternoon, exhausted by the nervous depression that always follows a wall. As we stumbled around the bend, El Capitan came into view, backlit and burning at the edges. For all the raw labor and anxieties of the climb, it was natural that, all the way up, I should wonder if I was committing more to a venture than it was actually worth, if I was putting too much into too little. But if there is anything of a magnitude that can blow person off his feet, it's that first ground-level view of the wall he's just climbed. Too little? The second we saw it, Ron and I stood in the middle of the road and gaped at it with our mouths open. It looked about 10 miles high. And how long ago it seemed we'd been up there, and how strange, as though we'd seen it in a movie, or in a dream, and had suddenly woken up, half remembering what it was we dreamed." -- John Long :: Rock Jocks, Wall Rats, and Hang Dogs