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“The world will not be destroyed by those who do evil, but by those who watch them without doing anything” - Einsten CREW Producer: Jean Villiers Line Producer: Francois Jaunet Unit Location Manager: Benoit Demoucron Assistant Unit Manager: Remi Brachet Assistant Unit Manager: Anthony Cazet Assistant Unit Manager: Stanislas Delardmelle Director: Salomon Ligthelm 1st AD: Christophe Szegedi 2nd AD: Daniel Cox DP: Zack Spiger 1st AC: Melodie Preel 2nd AC: Josephine Drouin Gaffer: Baptiste Brousse Gaffer Assistant: Emile Freeman Art Director: Valerie Valero Dresser: Corentin Harle Dresser Assistant: Simon Pinelli Make Up: Micka Arasco Boom Operator: Toby Lewis Thomas Editor: Nate Gross at Exile Edit CAST Sebastian: Yannick Mabille James: James Dean Fischer The Kid: Arthur Lemonier Girlfriend: Gaia Orgaes Gun Dealer: Giovanni Zam Gang Member 1: STYLECEE Gang Member 2: Ascrime Gang Member 3: Luca Sellier Gang Member 4: Bollecker David Gang Member 5: Bryan Mudiaki Gang Member 6: Badd Malo The Kid's girlfriend: Louise Le Pape Female bookie: Eva Muñoz Sebastian's mistress: Estelle Clément The Gun dealer's bodyguard: Oob Sad Bastard SPECIAL THANKS Flat: Veronique Boisel Boxing Room: Gymnase de la Plaine - Paris 15 Squat: Association Jarry've Revient Photos: Eytan jan/Camille Wu/Niels 'Morph' Thon Jarry: Rachel Mitchell/Ginot Marka/ Adonis Sawadogo Decor: Valerie Fontaine Appart: Gael Seguillon SUPPLIERS: Camera: Vantage Light: TSF - Cine Lumiere Vehicles: Logifilm Grip: Cinestyl Lab - Hiventy - Group Digimage Weapon: Maratier Film: Kodak Inspired by the music of Young Fathers ('Bones' used in Teaser + 'Mr Martyr' used in Film) Shot on Super 16mm
Would you jump? Or would you chicken out? Our objective in making this film was something of a psychology experiment: We sought to capture people facing a difficult situation, to make a portrait of humans in doubt. We’ve all seen actors playing doubt in fiction films, but we have few true images of the feeling in documentaries. To make them, we decided to put people in a situation powerful enough not to need any classic narrative framework. A high dive seemed like the perfect scenario. Through an online advertisement, we found 67 people who had never been on a 10-meter (about 33 feet) diving tower before, and had never jumped from that high. We paid each of them the equivalent of about $30 to participate — which meant climbing up to the diving board and walking to its edge. We were as interested in the people who decided to climb back down as the ones jumping. We filmed it all with six cameras and several microphones. It was important for us not to conceal the fact that this was an arranged situation, and thus we chose to show the microphones within the frame. Ultimately, about 70 percent of those who climbed did jump. We noticed that the presence of the camera as well as the social pressure (from those awaiting their turn beside the pool) pushed some of the participants to jump, which made their behavior even more interesting. In our films, which we often call studies, we want to portray human behavior, rather than tell our own stories about it. We hope the result is a series of meaningful references, in the form of moving images. “Ten Meter Tower” may take place in Sweden, but we think it elucidates something essentially human, that transcends culture and origins. Overcoming our most cautious impulses with bravery unites all humankind. It’s something that has shaped us through the ages. -- Maximilien Van Aertryck and Axel Danielson are documentary filmmakers based in Gothenburg, Sweden, who have worked together since 2013.
10 天内我们共拍摄了 65000 张照片,容量达 2.6 TB 之多。虽然用的是目前配置最好的 iMac,但是最后只有 3 分钟的成片我们却用了 36 个小时来渲染。 This is the third episode of our independent „A Taste of ...“ time lapse series. In September 2016 we visited this awesome city to try out some new time lapse stuff. It took us 10 days, a lot of burgers and one helicopter ride to produce this video. 10 days is very little time to discover this city of endless opportunities, so we hardly slept anything and shot day and night for this time lapse film. The city that never sleeps indeed! The Taxishot: Over the 10 days we took photos of yellow cabs whenever we had time to from as many different angles as possible. So we gathered 2000 (!) photos in total we had to sort afterwards and compile to a hyperlapse around a cab in post production. It took us 5 whole days in post production to get this one shot. Technical Details: In 10 days we shot 65.000 Photos taking up 2,6 TB of our hard drives. The final 3 minute video took 36h to render on the best equipped iMac available. Other “A Taste of ...” Episodes: A Taste of Vienna (2016) A Taste of Austria (2015) Video by: Peter Jablonowski // Thomas Pöcksteiner // Lorenz Pritz Sounddesign by Alex Clement Equipment used: + Sony a7rII + Sony a6300 + 2x Canon 6D + Canon 11-24mm F4 + Canon 24-105mm F4 + Tamron 150-600mm + Tamron 24-70mm F2,8 + Zeiss 24-70mm F4 + Emotimo Spectrum + Pocketslider + Edelkrone SliderPlus + Came TV Single + several tripods from Sachtler, Manfrotto and Togopod _________________________________ Visit our website: Like us on Facebook: Follow us on Twitter: Follow us on Instagram: For licensing & inquires please contact us via email: info(at) All shots are available in 5K or more!