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This film was shot between June and September 2016, after the Kumamoto earthquake. Japan has a long history of Buddhism and religious Mythology, where many have derived from other Asian cultures. One popular belief is that there is a God in everything. Until the 20th century, Kyushu was seen as Japan's gate to the world and a centre for trade. It has historically been the first stop for foreign traders and travelers in Japan and a place from which the outside influences would spread to the rest of the country. Time has moved on, but the landscapes and legends remain to this day. The Kumamoto earthquake has caused serious damage to the region. Many people have suffered physical and mental injuries and tourism has fallen drastically. The aim of this film is to disseminate the new appeal of the Kyushu region from a different perspective and to lift those affected by the earthquake. With this, we invite you to come on a journey with us to discover the real Kyushu where Gods, myths, and legends were created. #lettersfromthegods ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Director / Cameraman / Editor : Christoph Gelep Production Assistants : Ryuta Taniwaki, Haruka Akasaka, Yoshiyuki Sakuragi, Masami Miyai Production Coordinators : Masanori Inoue, Masaki Miyai, Rika Sato, Jinny Dhanasobhon Colorist : Masato Indo Drone Operators: Michito Tanaka, Kazuyoshi Yokoyama Music: Eve by Emancipator Sound Designer: Yasuhiro Nakashima Producer : Hidetaka Ino Production : augment5 Inc. For more info: #lettersfromthegods Project for METI (Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry in Japan) http://www.meti.go.jp/english/index.html http://www.meti.go.jp/information/publicoffer/kobo/k160601002.html
2016年11月28日
"Whale Valley" is this week's Vimeo Staff Pick Premiere. Read a Q&A with director Guðmundur Arnar Guðmundsson here: https://vimeo.com/blog/post/staff-pick-premiere-whale-valley 2013 | 15′ | short fiction | HD | 1:1.85 | Icelandic | color Written & Directed by Guðmundur Arnar Guðmundsson Whale Valley world premiered in the Official Competition of the 66th Cannes Film Festival 2013 were it won a Special Mention. Since then it has won over 50 international awards and received numerous nominations. SYNOPSIS The film shows a strong bond between two brothers that live in a remote fjord with their parents. We look into their world through the eyes of the younger brother and follow him on a journey that marks a turning point in the lives of the brothers. CAST & CREW Ívar: Ágúst Örn B. Wigum Arnar: Einar Jóhann Valsson Father: Valdimar Örn Flygenring Mother: Unnur Ösp Stefánsdóttir Farmer: Júlíus Sigmar Konráðsson Producers: Anton Máni Svansson, Guðmundur Arnar Guðmundsson Co-Producers: Darin Mailand-Mercado, Jacob Oliver Krarup, Rúnar Rúnarsson Executive Producers: Kristinn Þórðarson, Magnús Viðar Sigurðsson, Kjartan Þór Þórðarson Director of Photography: Gunnar Auðunn Jóhannsson Editor: Anders Skov Sound Designer: Gunnar Óskarsson Art Director: Júlía Embla Katrínardóttir Set Decorater: Freyja Vals Sesseljudóttir Costume Designer: Helga Rós V. Hannam Costumer: Arndís Ey Eiríksdóttir Make-up Artist: Alma Ösp Arnórsdóttir Assistant Director: Valgeir Gunnlaugsson Script Supervisor: Jesper Vidkjær Rasmussen Assistant Camera: Goði Már Guðbjörnsson 2nd Assistant Camera: Atli Kristófer Pétursson Key Gaffer: Geir Magnússon Gaffer: Sigurður "Bahama" Magnússon Key Grip: Viktor Davíð Jóhannsson Grip: Anton Smári Gunnarsson Sound Re-Recording & ADR Mixer: Huldar Freyr Arnarson Sound Recordist: Björn Viktorsson Best Boy: Erlendur Sveinsson Art Department Assistants: Ottó Gunnarsson, Sonja Björk Ragnarsdóttir, John Ingi Matta Catering: Daði Jónsson, Álfrún Gísladóttir VFX: Gunnar Karlsson with GunHil, Þorvaldur S. Gunnarsson SFX: Haukur Karlsson Colorist: Hannibal Lang Music in film - "Bein leið" - Written by Kristján Kristjánsson and Performed by KK Band in 1992 Produced by Join Motion Pictures in co-production with Sagafilm & Fourhands Film Supported by The Danish Film Institute / Filmworkshop, The Youth in Action Programme in Denmark, The Culture Council of West Iceland and The Icelandic Film Centre. Follow the film --> https://www.facebook.com/whalevalley Follow the company --> https://www.facebook.com/joinmotionpictures Follow the 1st feature film from director --> https://www.facebook.com/heartstonethemovie Contact: anton@joinmotionpictures.com
2016年12月14日
‘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.
2016年10月27日
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