Frames of Life

Frames of Life

Shot in La Palma, Canary Islands. This video is part of the “7 stories” project.
All the videos are here: vimeo.com/groups/islascanarias7stories

Camera: Canon 5D Mk III RAW mode with Magic Lantern
Lenses: Canon 14mm 2.8, 24mm 2.8, 50mm 1.4, 100mm 2.8, 70-300mm

Actress: Natalia Zamora Salas
Assistant: Marta Calero de los Reyes
Music: Doug Kaufman dougkaufman.net

Agency: 28yMedio
Client: Promotur

Cast: Günther Gheeraert

Lost in east, journey in Java.

Lost in east, journey in Java.

I moved in Indonesia almost 1 year ago and traveled a lot with my old Honda CB, that I bought here.You can follow me and see how I get lost in this beautifull country at lostineast.wordpress.com/. My next destination is more east, Bali – Lombok – Sumbawa – Flores.

Support my trip on trevolta: trevolta.com/travels/lost-in-east-24407

Here you can find all my photos from Indonesia, enjoy flickr.com/photos/adriancrapciu/sets/72157635766604885/

Equipment:
DSLR Canon 60D
GoPro Hero 3

Cast: Adrian Crapciu

Surftrip of a lifetime

Surftrip of a lifetime

My nine month journey around the world in motion pictures and a few words.
I used a Nikon D5100 with a Nikon 18-70mm lens and a GoPro Hero 3 Black Edition to film this video.
No tripods, sliders, handrigs,… Every shot is filmed out of my hands. Sorry for some shaky clips!

If you prefer photos to videos then you might want to have a look into my photo blog kochkevin.tumblr.com

Music is in the credits.

Filmed, edited and directed by Kevin Koch
Additonal filming by Jonas Schnirring, Marcel Pein, Noel Schnöring, Nico Rainprechter and Huma’an Amin.

Thanks to everyone that made this trip the best time of my life.
High Five!

Cast: Kevin Koch

A CITY UPON A HILL

A CITY UPON A HILL

Follow me at: facebook.com/bodhifilms and twitter.com/bodhifilm

Boston does not sit atop a hill, rather the expression is in reference to an ideal city. The term originates from the Bible and was later used by the Puritans who settled New England and echoed in speeches from JFK to Ronald Regan.

This video is a collaboration between myself, Sean Collins, and acclaimed filmmaker Julian Tryba. We spent many nights atop buildings with several cameras rolling and waited for time to lapse. Many of the shots were filmed from the two tallest building in New England; the Prudential Building and the Hancock Tower.

This project came about after the success of my previous Boston time-lapse film (vimeo.com/69025727) Numerous people reached out to me and expressed their gratitude for showing them their beloved city in a new light. We made this short film for the people of Boston.

You can see more of Julian’s work in Boston at vimeo.com/108792063. Julian, thanks for being part of this project and saving my shots more than once.

Thanks to my assistants: Erik Bowden and Sarah Lew, Peter Masucci from WBZ, the Hancock Tower, and my friend, Kenan Alsarabi, who let me sleep on his couch while I was making this video.
And also thank you to my amazing girlfriend, Lauren, who helped me film much of this video.

MUSIC: “Festival” by: Sigur Ros

Camera: Canon DSLR’s and lenses and a Red Scarlet.
Equipment: Kessler, Dynamic Perception, and Emotimo.
Post Production: LRTimelapse, Lightroom, After Effects, and FCP 7

Cast: Bodhi Films and Julian Tryba

Gateway to the Ganges

Gateway to the Ganges

Daily life in the Indian holy cities of Rishikesh, Haridwar, and Devprayag. This region lies in the foothills of the Himalayas where the Ganges River descends from the mountains. I visited not knowing what to expect, and I was both awed and saddened by the experience. The beauty of nature and the Hindu ceremonies contrasted with the poverty and suffering on the streets. The people I met had a high-spirited resilience that seemed to stem from surviving and maintaining their devotion through a challenging life.

Music:
Anamóg
“We Wish It Was Never Light”

Filmed on Sony A7s

Cast: Brandon Li

Projections in the Forest

Projections in the Forest

Behind the scenes: vimeo.com/3hund/behindthescenes

The projection mapping “bioluminescent forest” is made by artists Friedrich van Schoor and Tarek Mawad.
The artists spent six weeks in the forest fascinated by the silence and natural occurrences in nature, especially the phenomenon “bioluminescence”. They personified the forest to accentuate the natural beauty by creating luring luminescent plants and glowing magical mushrooms that speaks volumes to any visitor that enters the minds of the artists through viewing “bioluminescent forest”.

More information on the project: bioluminescent-forest.com
Friedrich van Schoor: vanscore.com
Tarek Mawad: tarekmawad.com

Many thanks to Achim Treu, Composer and Sounddesigner.
private homepage: ufohawaii.com
commercial homepage: treumedia.de

Cast: 3hund, Friedrich van Schoor and Tarek Mawad