Ollie was 8 months old when we traveled to Hawaii. Exactly 1 year later, we sat him down and “interviewed” him about his trip. By this time, I assume his memories had already faded to a dream like state, so I wrote a script that reflected that.
“Oliver’s Travels” Composed by: Jared Blizzard – Beautiful work man! Pumped to have you on the team.
“Palemote” by: Slow Meadow (Hammock Music) // THANK YOU so much for giving us permission to use your beautiful song. We really appreciate it. For anyone interested in hearing more, please VISIT: http://bit.ly/slowmeadow
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Edifice is an experimental short film inspired by personal beliefs of who we are, where we come from, and where we are heading; it’s a journey from stardust to singularity. This purely cinematic film is intended to stimulate your mind and senses, while provoking further thought about our passage and presence in this world. To optimize your experience of the film, Edifice is best viewed on a full screen, with no surrounding artificial light intrusion, and very ample sound.
Film by – Ash Thorp
Director of Photography – Anthony Scott Burns
Score by – Ben Lukas Boysen
MORE – ashthorp.com
It’s not often you see a music video (these days) that makes you sit up and think ‘holy fucking shit!’ this guy is really making a statement on the mental health of America and possibly even the world. Nothing seems to shock us anymore, but this music video did. The song is just incredible too!
3D elements composed over real footage recorded in Forest with DSLR 5D Mark III Camera.
Music by BLÆRG
The song “Serotonin Diode (Lorocrom edit)” is a derivative of “Serotonin Diode” from album https://bottleimpproductions.bandcamp.com/…/everything-was-… by https://blaerg.bandcamp.com used under cc by-nc-sa.
The song “Serotonin Diode (Lorocrom edit)” is licenced under cc by-nc-sa by Lorocrom.
Living With Jaguars is a 360° film documenting wild jaguars in Brazil. Part documentary and part immersive game, Living With
Jaguars explores historical and current tensions in a rural region where jaguars prey on ranchers’ cattle and ranchers kill them in retaliation. Now, ranchers and jaguars must find new ways to co-exist – or risk the future of a species under threat.
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Tokyo is a fascinating place that is incredibly strong in it’s culture, old in its traditions and teeming with life. For a long time I’ve wanted to create a video there and recently we were lucky enough to have that chance. The following is my 24 hours in Tokyo.
This video would not have been possible without the relentless help of the people below.
Shot by Jack Harries and Tim Kellner
Edit by Adrian Bliss, Josh Cowan and Jack Harries
Sound by Adrian Bliss
Colour Grading by Greg McCahon
Head rig worn by Tim Shieff
Music: ‘She’ by Chad Lawson as courtesy of The Music Bed
Titles by Albin Holmqvist
A Hitchcock mashup where Kubrick is the villain.
“Jimmy was having a rather beautiful day until he bumped into Jack and things got weird.”
Directed by: Adrien Dezalay, Emmanuel Delabaere, Simon Philippe.