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An origin story, of sorts—LIGHTNINGFACE stars Oscar Isaac as Basil Stitt, who in the aftermath of an inexplicable incident, decides to sequester himself inside his apartment, setting the stage for a profound transformation. Written and directed by Brian Petsos. http://lightningface.com Official Selection of the 2016 BFI London Film Festival, 2016 Brooklyn Film Festival, 2016 Denver Film Festival, 2016 Marfa Film Festival, 2016 Milwaukee Film Festival, 2016 New Hampshire Film Festival, 2016 New Orleans Film Festival, 2016 Nitehawk Shorts Festival, 2016 Palm Springs International ShortFest, 2016 Short Shorts Film Festival, 2016 Tacoma Film Festival, 2016 Virginia Film Festival, 2017 Atlanta Film Festival, 2017 Capital City Film Festival, 2017 Collinsville Film Festival, 2017 Dingle International Film Festival, 2017 Manchester Film Festival, 2017 Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival, 2017 Montclair Film Festival, 2017 Nashville Film Festival, 2017 Newport Beach Film Festival, 2017 Omaha Film Festival, 2017 Oxford International Film Festival, 2017 RiverRun International Film Festival, and the 2017 Sioux Empire Film Festival. Nominated for Best Actor (Oscar Isaac) at the 2017 Vaughan International Film Festival, and Best Narrative Comedy at the 2016 Miami Short Film Festival. Winner of the Vortex Grand Prize at the 2016 Rhode Island International Film Festival, and Best Short Film at the 2016 Filmfestival Kitzbühel. LIGHTNINGFACE WRITTEN AND DIRECTED BY 
 Brian Petsos PRODUCED BY Brian Petsos
 Cary Flaum
 Milos S. Silber
 Todd Wiseman Jr. STARRING 
Oscar Isaac EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS 
Kristen Wiig 
Taryn Benesta
 Oscar Isaac
 Zach Lasry DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY
 Daniel Katz PRODUCTION DESIGNER 
Chris Trujillo 

EDITOR
 Bryan Gaynor COSTUME DESIGNER 
Stacey Berman

 ORIGINAL MUSIC AND SOUND DESIGN
 Justin Hori HAIR, MAKEUP, AND PROSTHETIC DESIGNER 
Lexan Rosser

 LINE PRODUCER — Eddy Vallante
 FIRST ASSISTANT DIRECTOR — Eric LaFranchi
 SECOND ASSISTANT DIRECTOR — Adam Keleman

 OSCAR ISAAC as Basil Stitt, and Rick (voice) 
TIM ROCK as The Pizza Man
 KRISTEN WIIG as Katherine (voice)
 ERIKA RANKIN as Tanya (voice)
 JULIE PETSOS as Mrs. Stitt (voice) CO-PRODUCER — Bryan Gaynor
 ASSOCIATE PRODUCERS — Daniel Katz, Justin Hori, Micah Scarpelli

 GAFFERS — Zach Frank, Chad Dougherty
 KEY GRIP — Matt Kessler
 PRODUCTION SOUND MIXER — Alberto Leon
 FIRST ASSISTANT CAMERA — Adrien Bertolle
 ART DIRECTOR — Nora Mendis
 POST PRODUCTION SUPERVISOR — Cary Flaum
 CG — Justin Miller
 VFX — Nic Seresin, Cagan Yuksel, Liam Kirtley, Inti Martinez, Ryan Saxe
 DIGITAL INTERMEDIATE — Company 3 New York
 COLORIST — Rob Sciarratta 
 ONLINE EDITOR — Lucas Howard
 ASSISTANT TO MR. ISAAC — Natalie Gee
 FINAL MIX — Bang Audio Post
 RE-RECORDING MIXERS — Nick Cipriano, Paul Vitolins 
 ASSISTANT COSTUME DESIGNER — Karen Boyer
 COSTUME DEPARTMENT INTERN — Grace Interlichia
 ON SET DRESSER — Dani Broom-Peltz
 SET DRESSER — Thomas Macowski
 SECOND ASSISTANT CAMERA AND DIT — Jamie Li
 STEADICAM OPERATOR — Afton Grant
 BEST BOY ELECTRIC — Sean Coia
 BEST BOY GRIP — Lori Dinsmore
 LOAD OUT GRIPS — Brad Morse, Max Barlow
 DI PRODUCER — Nick Monton
 COLOR ASSISTANT — Giovanni DiGiorgio 
COMPANY 3 EXECUTIVE PRODUCER — Stefan Sonnenfeld
 STILL PHOTOGRAPHER — Alisha Wetherill
 CATERING — David Dreishpoon’s Gourmet Craft Service 
PRODUCTION LEGAL — David M. Slater

 VERY SPECIAL THANKS 
Shishi, Grong, and Chooch

 SPECIAL THANKS
 Dan Berk, Steven Petsos, Jeremy Good, Drew Leary, Jonathan Gray, Alex Resnikoff and Hand Held Films, Jerome Thelia, Terry Leonard, Bradley E. Randall, Alex Lavrenov, and SAG-AFTRA FEATURING THE MUSIC OF 
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
 and Iannis Xenakis
 Vic Damone
 Grotesque
 and Albert Ayler FILMED ON LOCATION IN NEW YORK CITY This motion picture is protected pursuant to the provisions of the laws of the United States of America and other countries. Any unauthorized duplication, distribution and/or exhibition of this motion picture may result in civil liability and criminal prosecution. Characters and incidents portrayed and the names herein are fictitious, and any similarity to the name, characters or history of any person is entirely coincidental and unintentional. © 2016 Lightningface LLC. All rights reserved. http://lightningface.com (Significant inquiries may be directed to nobody@asaboteur.com and will be responded to accordingly.)
2017年7月6日
Photographer Joshua Holko: "The product of more than two years of planning Ghosts of the Arctic was filmed exclusively in the Arctic archipelago of Svalbard in the depths of Winter. It is my hope that the film will impart some of the haunting beauty of this incredibly precious and endangered polar wilderness; as well as give you some insight into my life as a Polar photographer. I hope you will take six minutes out of your day, set your display to full screen, turn off the lights, crank up the volume, and allow Ghosts of the Arctic to transport you away to one of the world's most spectacular polar regions; in it's rarely seen winter veil. Please Enjoy. My most sincere thanks to both Abraham Joffe and Dom West from Untitled Film Works who worked tirelessly for a week straight putting in eighteen hour days in freezing temperatures to shoot and produce this film. My thanks and gratitude also to my friend Frede Lamo who likewise worked tirelessly with good humour and whose assistance with expedition logistics simply made the impossible, possible. Without the dedication of this team this film would simply not have been possible. It would be remiss of me not to also provide a little insight into what it was like to make this short film. During the shoot we experienced temperatures that were never warmer than -20ºC and frequently plummeted down as low as -30ºC + wind chill factor. We were exposed to the cold and elements for up to sixteen straight hours a day. Many days we drove over two hundred kilometres on our snow mobiles in very difficult terrain and conditions as we searched for wildlife. The bumpy terrain left us battered, bruised and sore. We experienced three cases of first and second degree frostbite during the filming as well as a lot of failed equipment and equipment difficulties as a result of the extreme cold. We had batteries that would loose their charge in mere minutes, drones that wouldn't power up and fly, cameras that wouldn't turn on, steady-cams that would not remain steady, HDMI cables that became brittle and snapped in the cold, frozen audio equipment, broken LCD mounts, broken down snow mobiles and more. We existed on a diet of freeze dried cod and pasta washed down with tepid coffee and the occasional frozen mars bar. It is hard to put the experience into words, but just the simple act of removing ones gloves to change a memory card in these sort of temperatures when you are exhausted comes with a serious risk of frostbite. In my own case, I removed my face covering for one three minute take and suffered frostbite (from which I have not fully recovered) across the entire right hand side of my face. And whilst not all of this will come across in the film, I think I can safely say it was without any shadow of a doubt the toughest film shoot any of us have done. For the technically inclined: Ghosts of the Arctic was shot in the 2.35:1 cinema ratio in 6K+4K resolution. Absolutely no wildlife was interfered with in any way shape or form during the filming and everything you see is totally natural behaviour.
2017年7月20日
Poetic documentary about the people of MacArthur Park (Los Angeles). Made by Anatoli Ulyanov. *ENGLISH AND RUSSIAN SUBTITLES ARE AVAILABLE UNDER THE CC (CHOOSE CAPTIONS) BUTTON* Los Angeles MacArthur Park has a notorious reputation. Located right on a cross of different gangs territories, it became associated with drugs, violence and its diverse homeless population: undocumented immigrants, abandoned veterans, transgenders, people who lost their job, people with mental disabilities who can’t afford healthcare. For a course of 3 month I visited MacArthur Park filming those who live there. Many of those people came to the US with a dream to find heaven. And LA indeed looks like one. My goal was to show this dramatic contrast between heaven and its tragedy. While filming it, I discovered not only a crowd of unforgettable personalities, – multi-dimensional souls shaped by the rollercoaster of their lives, – but the fact that despite all the struggles these people are still full of dreams. They filled with light. And that’s what impressed me the most as a manifestation of unbreakable human spirit. So I followed the light through these people. And the result is this poetic film. *** FILM BY:
 Anatoli Ulyanov (https://dadakinder.com/visions/) MUSIC BY: Marry Lattimore (https://soundcloud.com/maryphilly) Sephirot (https://soundcloud.com/sephirot) Joakin Jenkins PRODUCTION OF:
 VVHY Visual Lab (https://vvhy.tv) *** Анатолий Ульянов: "Данный фильм является результатом череды воскресений, в которые я, вооружившись киноаппаратом, посещал МакАртур парк (LA) – место, где принято выяснять отношения между бандами, покупать паспорта, отсасывать члены и добывать дозу. Чем больше я в нём находился, тем более явным становился для меня контраст между американской мечтой и её реальностью, райскими пейзажами Южной Калифорнии и судьбами людей, которые в них оказались. Во всём этом меня увлекла не столько социальность такой острой для Лос Анджелеса темы, как бездомные (их тут 60 тысяч), сколько волшебный свет и существующие в нём люди с изгибами, надломами, завихрениями. Я невольно провалился в золотистый пузырь их мира, в это его странное лето, – тёплое и меланхоличное одновременно. В виде такого пузыря мне и хотелось его сохранить..."
2017年6月25日
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