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Jarryd James - Do You Remember

Posted in Musik mit künstlerischem Anspruch,

Cool song n cool cinematography


Always a Family

Posted in Short docus, contemplative, Coole Animationen,

The Moment of saying goodbye for ever.


Glazed and Confused

Posted in Short Movies,

"The rebel without a cause"

Official Selection - Palm Springs International ShortFest 2013, San Diego International Film Festival 2013, Irvine International Film Festival 2014.

Starring Jordan Mosley and Heston Horwin.

A late night donut shop robbery goes awry when the employee recognizes the man behind the mask.

Made for Michael Eaton's Intermediate Production Course, Spring 2013. Chapman University's Dodge College of Film and Media Arts.

Follow GLAZED on Facebook: facebook.com/glazedandconfusedfilm

IMDb page: imdb.com/title/tt2865368/?ref_=fn_al_tt_3


An Awesome Book of Love

Posted in contemplative,

Nothing more to say...

Yael Staav's poignant and emotional interpretation of Dallas Clayton's celebrated storybook, An Awesome Book of Love, shows us that love is truly humanity's greatest gift.

Yael Staav is represented by Furlined


Director: Yael Staav
Adapted from the book: "An Awesome Book of Love"
Author: Dallas Clayton
Screen adaptation: Dallas Clayton, Anthony Frattolillo, Yael Staav
A Love Child Collaboration
Executive Producer: Yael Staav
Director of Photography: Jonathan Staav
Editor: Ross Birchall
Production: Soft Citizen / The Lift
Music: Elias / Koool G Murder

Freaky Flowers: Echinopsis Cacti in Bloom

Posted in contemplative, Timelapse,

A montage of a dozen types of Echinopsis cactus flowers blooming.

Echinopsis cactus flowers bloom overnight and the flowers last for only a day. Actually, the flowers are at their peak beauty for an hour or two at the most. That's what turned me from a cactus enthusiast into a cactus photographer ... the desire to try to preserve some aspect of their freaky beauty. Prior to becoming an Echinopsis addict a few years back, I had never owned a DSLR or image/video editing software.

The cacti shown in this video come from my collection. The evening when it looks like a plant's flowers are about to bloom, I bring it indoors to image. Most of the clips in this montage show approximately 8 hours of change as the flowers open and bloom. A little more than halfway through the montage, there's a series of three clips showing different views of a 24-hour period in the life of a yellow-flowered 'Daydream' plant. Six flowers that opened the night before I started filming wilt to nothingness and another 4 flowers grow dramatically and then open. This series of 'Daydream' clips is followed by another three showing other types of flowers wilting. These additional wilting clips are also taken over a daylong period.

The question I'm asked most often about my cactus flower still images and timelapses is whether I've "Photoshopped" them, that is, have I used editing software to juice things up and create the flowers' intense colors. I do, of course, use Photoshop and Lightroom and other editing software. But not in the way most suspect. Rather than using these tools to overstate reality, I actually use them to reduce the intensity of the colors my camera captures. I have reduced the color saturation in every timelapse clip in this video by a minimum of 10% and some ('Yes', 'Cabaret' and 'Antimatter') by 30% or more in order to have something that wasn't just completely blown out.

I hope you enjoy "Freaky Flowers" and invite you to contact me via my Vimeo account and/or visit echinopsisfreak.com where you'll learn more than you ever wanted to know about these cacti and also be able to reach me via a contact form should you wish.


Posted in Short docus, Damn cooL!, contemplative, Funny & Freaky,

We are not born into this world...we are born out of it....

In some way every challenge we face is beautiful.


Original footage filmed with Kodak Super 8, Canon C100 & Canon 7D


NASA Archives
Prelinger Archives
Pond5 Public Domain
David King, vimeo.com/dking
H. Lee Waters Collection

SOUND MIXED BY Tommy Mokas @ Casa Nova Studios
MUSIC BY Experience (Starkey Remix), Ludovico Einaudi Experience, Ludovico Einaudi

POST PRODUCTION Final Cut Pro X, Adobe After Effects, Protools


Alyssa Monks
Christian Douglas
Christopher Stone
David King


A taste of Austria

Posted in Travelling...exploring our planet,

A cool nice v various timelape impression of austria

The scenery of our home country Austria is beyond compare. We live in the heart of Europe where we have a spectacular combination of cultural and natural attractions. No matter what time of year, Austria will welcome you with „Schmäh“ and „Gemütlichkeit“.
We hope you enjoy this glimpse into the atmosphere of Austria’s cities and landscapes.

Technical Details:
After 2 years (2013-2015) of filming in the whole country, we gathered about 600 time-lapse clips, which is about 5TB of raw footage.

Produced by:
Thomas Pöcksteiner // Peter Jablonowski

Equipment used:
+ Dynamic Perception Stage One
+ Emotimo TB3
+ Pocketslider
+ Canon 5D Mark III
+ 2x Canon 6D
+ Canon 600D
+ several Samyang/Walimex 14mm F2,8 (Boy, these break easy.. :P)
+ Canon 24-105mm F4
+ Tamron 150-600mm
+ Tamron 24-70mm F2,8
+ Tamron 28-300mm F3,5-6,3


Head over Heels

Posted in Coole Animationen,

How u may can still facing each other in an impossible situation


The Power of Music - Jack Leroy Tueller

Posted in Short docus,

How Lili Marleen rescued two lifes


The Johnny Cash project

Posted in Short docus,

The ultimate fan made digital thombstone for Johnny Cash

THE JOHNNY CASH PROJECT IS A UNIQUE COMMUNAL WORK, A LIVING PORTRAIT OF THE MAN IN BLACK Through this interactive website, participants may draw their own portrait of Johnny Cash to be integrated into a collective whole. As people all over the world contribute, the project will continue to evolve and grow, one frame at a time. Submit your drawing to become a part of the new music video for the song “Ain’t No Grave”. Strung together and relayed in sequence your art, paired with Johnny’s haunting song, will become a living, moving, and ever changing portrait of the legendary Man in Black.
cooL & trendY
Created by

Jared Nickerson

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