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‘Globe of Death’ is the story of Lucius Zafalon, a daredevil motorcycle rider that risks his body in the pursuit of the perfect globe of death act. Through all the challenges and difficulties he has never stopped focusing on his art. It is what defines him and what he has lived his whole life for. An act of raw beauty with precise flowing lines that defy the laws of physics, they create an awe inspiring ballet that mesmerises anyone who dares to keep their eyes open. For Lucius and his team The Globe of Death is not just an act, it is their lives. The Globe of Death is a stunt that dates from the beginning of the 20th century. One of the oldest patents for the mesh sphere ball was filed in 1904. Different to the Wall of death (popular in the UK) where the riders ride only on the horizontal, with the Globe of Death multiple riders can race in any direction at the same time. The Globe of Death gained popularity in Latin America and some of the best acts comes from Brazil. What makes a good Globe of Death act isn’t just how many motorcycles the team can fit inside the Globe, but also the beauty of their riding lines. The synchrony between the riders and the team’s particularities, such as riding in the dark and opening the Globe in half sets Lucius’ team apart. Directed by Pedro and James (Autobahn), they met Lucius through their passion for motorcycles. ‘We were mesmerised by how incredibly visual the act is and thought that combined with his life story it was a perfect subject for a film’. With photography by DP Malte Rosenfeld, colour grading by Jim Bracher at The Mill, and sound design by Patch Rowland at Final Cut, the film is a look into Lucius’ life and all he has gone through during 30 years of riding motorcycles in the Globe of Death. Shot on RED with anamorphic lenses from Cooke Optics and Kowa. Director: Autobahn (Pedro de la Fuente and James Worsley) Director of photography: Malte Rosenfeld Production company: Autobahn Productions Producer: Thais Altman Edit: Autobahn Colourist: Jim Bracher at The Mill Score: Russ Chimes Sound design and mix: Patch Rowland at Final Cut Additional music: Hems Graphic design: Duncan Edwards Special thanks to Lucius’ team Luis Fernando and Paulo Leonardo, and also to Pixi Pixel for equipment hire.
A poetic short film by Max Stossel & Sander van Dijk: In the Attention Economy, technology and media are designed to maximize our screen-time. But what if they were designed to help us live by our values? What if news & media companies were creating content that enriched our lives, vs. catering to our most base instincts for clicks? What if social platforms were designed to help us create our ideal social lives, instead of to maximize time-on site and “likes”? What if dating apps measured their success in how well they helped us find what we’re looking for instead of in # of swipes? As technology gets more and more engaging, and as AI and VR become more and more prevalent in our day-to-day lives we need to take a look at how we’re structuring our future. Time Well Spent is a movement to align technology with our humanity: Director, Co-producer, & Visual Effects: Sander van Dijk: Writer, Co-producer & Lead Actor: Max Stossel: Production Company: Yacht Club Films Director of Photography: Conor Murphy Color: RCO Music & Sound Design: Wesley Slover - Steadicam Operator: Kyle Fasanella Graphic Artist: Aaron Kemnitzer CG Artist: Joseph Pistono Visual Effects Assistant: Chelsea Galen Roto Assistant: Regina Morgan-Munoz Lead Actress: Crystal Lee Special Thanks: Chantal Stafford-Abbott, Radha Agrawal, Anneke Jong, Jacob Tugendrach, Alex Mizrahi, David Markowitz, Gene Gurkoff, Taryn Southern Katie Growald, Steph Bagley, Joel Wishkovsky, Amy Karr, Erica Shay, Kurt Peloquin, Tobias Rose Stockwell, Erica Berger, Nora Graham, Elana Meta, Julian Dufault, Michael Rosen, Kelly Stoecklin, Adam London, Gary Su, Auston Copeland, Katya Stepanov, Betty Kay Kendrick, Zach Bell, David Yarus, Stephan Cesarini, Jon Morris, Michelle Finizio, Lauren Bille, Felicity Conrad, Abel Costa, Ria Bouttier, James Hercher, Sarah Knapp, Simon Roberts, Alex Abelin, & Dan Fredinburg
Full screen with good speakers or headphone for best experience. A 4K version is available. Hand : " The terminal part of the human arm located below the forearm, used for grasping and holding and consisting of the wrist, palm, four fingers, and an opposable thumb ". My purpose was to not cover the entire subject of hands. I think that the possibilities are way too wide. I was motsly interested on how hands inspire me. This work could not have been possible without the help, the support and the participation of the following people. Thanks to all of you for your patience, your time and your precious hands . Keep them Safe ! Lorenzo Naccarato, Marion Verhellen, Nicolas Gruber, Camille Martin, Jérôme Cynéfro, Tomomi Hirano, Veks Van Hillik, Hélène Hiquily, Violaine Perrot, Sylvie Guilleminot, Luc Pétronille, Laetitia Sioen, Philippe Beau, Christine Grévin, Fabrizio Granier, Christophe Sovran, Audrey Le Mée, Emma Pétronille, Brice Coyere, Dominique Tobio, Marie-France Gélard, Alma, Marie-Hélène Martin, Marc Pétronille, Alice Buret, Marcel, Annick Gualino, Bernard Barrailh, Laurence Ichard-Maury, Marie Maillos, Leila Ernest, Iris Ernest, Ugo Bagnarosa, Gilles Larroze, Léa German, Sarah Violaine, Raphaël Pezet, Mélanie Daoulas, Julie Pouléna, , Noir Films, Nicolas Chantal, FabLab, Sébastien Ichard-Maury, Jacquie Marty, Serges Martin, Victor Trifilieff, Guilhem Machenaud, Tristan Barathe, Call Mar, Lucile Dandelot, Grégoire Coulombel, Thibaut Mesmin, Lauriane Marcelo, Christophe Durand, & John Coktez. Special Thanks to Léo & Ja Gualino. Music : various versions of "In the Hall of the Mountain King" composed by Edvard Grieg and re-edited for this work. First assistant director and Make up : Camille Martin. Directed, shot and edited by Gioacchino Petronicce. 4K, STEREO, 4:12. 2016