LONDON was shot in the U.K. while a small trip during the holidays. I wanted this short to be representative of London’s diversity, culture and life. “When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life; for there is in London all that life can afford.”-Samuel Johnson
ODESZA – How Did I Get Here (The EP is free to download at odesza.com/)
Text Animation by Thibault de Fournas
Cast: Alfred Marroquin and Thibault de Fournas
Short film created while at Obras Holland artist residency. The video is a reflection on the act of traveling, whether moving by plane, train, boat, or bus. Video captured from the windows of moving vehicles is stitched together to create a continuous shot as one travels across the world. Music by Santo and Johnny.
2013, Travel Video, HD, 1’34”
We began our trip on 11th March in Kathmandu and ended up on 13rd May 2013 in Thiruvananthapuram. It was an endless exploration, breathtaking culture, once for a lifetime experience and yes; obviously we had lots of fun.
Music: Mumbai by Mike Barresi (Under Non-Commercial License)
Filmed with GoPro Hero 3 and supported with Canon EOS 60D.
Edited in the order it was shot.
Color Grading in Red Giant Magic Bullet.
My Personal Opinion about GoPro Hero 3 (White Edition):
Our Hero 3 was our third member during 63 days of traveling. To be honest, it was not a satisfactory at all and not a good teammate. Firstly, battery life was frustrating. We really regret about not having a backup battery. Avg. time for 1080p settings is 2 hrs., that’s what GoPro tells on its website. But our battery standed for mostly 1 hr. On the other hand, not having a LCD Touch makes it harder to frame what you capture so it was another regret. Next? It gave some SD errors or got frozen for 4-5 times without reason. Unfortunately all of that circumstances caused to miss some best moments of the trip. I highly recommend to have a backup battery if you’re travelling with GoPro and having a LCD Touch as well because while travelling it is almost impossible to repeat the shooting. It works randomly if you wanna something non-fiction!
I still believe that GoPro is perfectly ideal for capturing extreme-sports and self-documentation. But these were what I had experienced as a semi-pro user.
Cast: Efecan Kobo
We shot this footage during a transmongolian and transsiverian travel from Beijing (China) to Ulaanbataar (Mongolia capital) then to Irkusk (Siberia , Russia) and ending in Moscow (Russia). About 7500 Km ride.
This video tries to show how landscapes are short living trought the window.
Shot with Canon 7D and 18-200 lenses.
Edited in 21:9
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Film by Rubén Sánchez (@lostintv) and Cristina Fernandez (@lostanit)
Music: Mongol Nutag by Sedaa.
A short poetic narrative about urban vs rural living, identity and belonging. Two people—an old man living on a small island and a young woman living in one of the world’s biggest cities—discuss why no other place on earth could ever be home.
Shot in and around Shanghai, China and Prince Edward Island, Canada. Shot entirely on a Canon 5D, 7D and with equipment I could carry on my back.
Director & Cinematographer: Andrew MacCormack
Writers : David Weale & Josh Stenberg
Featuring: Tommy Gallant & Seres Lu
Narrators: Liang Ningjian & Hank Hickox
Producers: Andrew MacCormack & Julie Houde
Editor: Andrew MacCormack
Location Sound: Julie Houde
Sound Design: Andrew MacCroamck & Tim Davidson
Sound Mix: Tim Davidson
Music: “Within Dreams” by The Album Leaf – used with permission
“Villa del Refugio” by This Will Destroy You – used with permission
Winner “Best Sound Design” at the 2012 Atlantic Film Festival
Radio Interview about the film: cbc.ca/mainstreetpei/videofilmmaker/2012/10/11/here-and-away—andrew-maccormack/
Cast: Hemmings House