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Blog do escritor Luís Soares

Sun Moon London

Sun Moon London from Luke Miller on Vimeo.

For more images and video visit: www.instagram.com/lukemillerphoto/

Filmed up to 2520mm from various locations around London featuring October 5th 2017 Harvest moon and January 1st 2018 Supermoon.

Music: Corona by Jeff Dale licensed from www.audionetwork.com


Camera/Lens
Canon 5D Mark III running Magic Lantern using the 3x crop mode.
Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8 L + Canon 2x teleconverter
Sigma 150-600mm f/5-6.3 + Sigma 1.4x teleconverter.

Fantasia dei Gatti

Augustin Hadelich, producer
Paul Glickman, director
Tam King, animator

 

Technical Director - Yu Ueda
Environment Colorist - Caitlin Cash
Sound Designer - Robert Cordova
Choreographer - Deandra McCord
Storyboarding Assistant - Matthew Daley

 

Music:
Nicolò Paganini: Caprice No. 17
(from the album "Augustin Hadelich | Paganini 24 Caprices")

Sound producer and engineer: Antonio Oliart

Four Shorts by Leo Adef

The Other Side from leo adef on Vimeo.

A young french boy takes a train to a new city to discover himself while he experiments for the first time a lot of new experiences about youth, sex, partying and friendship.

Short film directed by Leo Adef
Featuring Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello

Hercules Universal

Produced by Pandora - http://pandoraweproduce.com

 

Summer of love - i-D from leo adef on Vimeo.

http://i-d.vice.com/es_es/video/summer-of-love-barcelona

 

Our own private scene (NOWNESS) from leo adef on Vimeo.

Filmmaker Leo Adef explores subculture and self-discovery in a coming-of-age portrait of three 17-years-olds in a small French town. Read more on NOWNESS - http://bit.ly/2kMaV3B

 

VAMP - Tofel Santana from leo adef on Vimeo.

Directed by Leo Adef

https://www.nowness.com/story/tofel-santana-vamp


DOP Angello Faccini
Stylist Eus Cantó
Head of production María Carboni
Assistant director Hector Prats
Art director Jorge Algaba
Hair and make up Regina Khanipova
Color grading Yulia Bulashenko

Nightswimming

NIGHTSWIMMING from Giovanna Silva on Vimeo.

NIGHTSWIMMING : DISCOTHEQUE IN ITALY FROM THE 1960s UNTIL NOW

The project examines the history of Italian dance clubs, as asocial and anthropological phenomenon. Italy’s social, cultural and economic evolution over the last 50 years has gradually transformed the idea of fun, and with it also the spaces in which fun takes shape. Today a paradox is evident: the clubs are no longer necessarily a physical place, but are now formed of events and theme nights. The history of Italian clubs is told through interviews with architects, DJs, writers, and intellectuals, as well as period photos and a new photographic survey of what remains of today’s discotheques.

project by Giovanna Silva

music by Stra - www.radiostra.com
team Alto Fragile, Chiara Carpenter, Michele Marchetti
with the support of Fulvio Ferrari, Michele Lombardelli

www.nightswimming.it

Sphères

Court métrage d'animation de Norman McLaren et de René Jodoin. Dans une sorte de jeu de mouvement, ils font virevolter des sphères blanches dans un ciel coloré en mouvance. Ces sphères s'alignent, se groupent et se multiplient, entrant parfois en collision l'une contre l'autre. Au piano, Glenn Gould exécute des extraits du « Clavecin bien tempéré » de Bach et donne au film son rythme et l'allure qui le caractérise.

Runner

This captivating short documentary profiles the young Canadian long-distance runner Bruce Kidd at 19 years old. Kidd eventually went on to win a gold and bronze medal at the 1962 Commonwealth Games, and was a competing member of the 1964 Canadian Olympic team. Directed by Don Owen (Nobody Waved Good-bye, Toronto Jazz), the film is luminously photographed by John Spotton and features poetic commentary composed and spoken by the great Anglo-American poet W.H. Auden. The camera follows Kidd’s sprightly movements as he runs on piers, practice tracks, and finally, in an international race. Oblivious to the clapping crowds and the flash of cameras, he knows full well that in the long run it is the cold stopwatch that tells the truth.

 

All visible visibly
Moving things
Spin or swing,
One of the two,
Move, as the limbs
Of a runner do,
To and fro,
Forward and back,
Or, as they swiftly 
Carry him
In orbit go
Round an endless track:
So, everywhere, every
Creature disporting
Itself according
To the law of its making
In the rivals' dance
Of a balanced pair
Or the ring-dance
Round a common centre,
Delights the eye
By its symmetry
As it changes place
Blessing the unchangeable
Absolute rest
Of the space all share

 

The camera's eye
Does not lie
But it cannot show
The life within,
The life of a runner,
Of yours or mine,
That race which is neither
Fast nor slow,
For nothing can ever
Happen twice,
That story which moves
Like music when
Begotten notes
New notes beget
Making the flowing 
Of time a growing
Till what it could be
At last it is,
Where Fate is Freedom,
Grace, and Surprise.

Uma Da Manhã

João Retorta: Uma Da Manhã (1am) | Random Acts
Lisboa, uma noite. Num dia como outro qualquer. Lisbon, one night. On a day just like any other.
João Retorta is a Lisbon-born, London-based filmmaker who has collaborated with Loyle Carner, Wretch 32 and Jax J