BARCELONA in Flow-Motion – A fast moving short film …

In few other cities is it possible to walk from spectacular location to spectacular location. I had a fantastic time adventuring around Barcelona’s winding streets making this film.

Special thanks to Ferran Macià Edo and his colleagues from Agència Catalana de Turisme (Catalan Tourism Board) for helping me get access to shoot at numerous stunning locations including:

Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya
Gran Teater del Liceu
Sagrada Familia
Museu D’Historia De Barcelona
Palau de la Música
Santa Maria del Pi

And an extra special thanks to Marta Garriga Bardalet for patiently modelling during an uncharacteristically cold and rainy day.

My time in numbers:
363 hours work
75 Hours Logistics and Travel
31 Hours Scouting and Location Finding
78 Hours Shooting
179 Hours Post Production

26014 Camera Raw Files
817gb of data

Kit List
Nikon D800 DSLR
Nikon D7100 DSLR
Nikon D7100 DSLR
Nikon D3200 DSLR
Nikon 10.5mm f/2.8G ED AF DX Fisheye
NIkon 10-24mm f/3.5-4.5G ED AF-S DX
Nikon 16-35 f/4G AF-S VR Zoom Nikkor
Nikon 28mm AF f/2.8D
Nikon 50mm f/1.4G AF-S
Nikon 70-200mm f/2.8G ED AF-S VR II
Promote Control

Barcelona GO! was part of a project commissioned by the Catalan Tourism Board. Five video artists created five videos using different techniques. All of the videos can be seen on their YouTube channel:

Sound Design and Music: Slava Pogorelsky

Rob Whitworth

A look at the infinite possibilities within the everyday. Following a day in the life of Vincent, “Subject X” and his many variations that exist throughout the universe. The story begins to fracture into different threads when he follows a would be lover down the street.

This piece was created for the “Everyday Adventure” series originally commissioned by Nokia Brand Labs.

This film was inspired by Brian Greene’s “The Hidden Reality”
and Douglas Hofstadter’s “I am a Strange Loop”

Directed by Paul Trillo (
Co Produced By Keith Ferreira
Director of Photography Andrew Georgopoulos
Sound Design and Score by Noah Cunningham
Executive Producer Costas Syrmos (Nokia Brand Labs)

The making of “Hero,” a drawing of my dad composed entirely out of 3.2 million ink dots.

Directed, Filmed, Edited and Drawn by Miguel Endara
Limited Edition prints now available at

Music by Bonobo – Noctuary
Song written by Simon Green, published by Just Isn’t Music
(P) Ninja Tune 2003. Licensed courtesy of Ninja Tune –
Song Download:

From stillmotion

With Story & Heart, our filmmaking community, we’ve been leading a 4 week collaborative course called Tell Amazing Stories.

Each week we’ve been joined by a guest educator (Ryan Booth, Joe Simon, Gnarly Bay, Capture) as we delve deep into everything that goes into telling an amazing story.

Then we issue what we’ve called an Exploration — a theme or challenge — and everyone in the course, us included, heads out into this huge world of ours to find, capture, and tell a relevant story.

“Sugar Wheel Works” is the film we crafted as part of Week 3′s Exploration: “An Artistry”.


As storytellers, we all want to create something that takes the viewer somewhere special, that leaves the viewer with something moving.

That was how we felt after interviewing Jude, owner at Sugar Wheel Works in Portland: we never knew why anyone would want to hand-make a wheel, but much more than that, we’d never considered the incredible power in something as ubiquitous as a bike to connect and let us be more present, more aware, of our crucial places in our communities.

Thoughtful, Balance, Precision, Personalized, and Circular

Gear Used:
Shot on a Canon 5D MK3 mostly with a monopod or handheld
Lit with a Daylight Air placed outside and a Kino Celeb for some fill inside (for a breakdown of our lighting, click here:

Special Thanks:
Zach at Bluish Stuff for his help on graphics
Marmoset for the soundtrack


Are you a passionate and story-driven filmmaker? We’d love for you to be a part of our community. Apply here:

On Tuesday, June 26th, 2012, thirty filmmakers spread throughout Yosemite National Park to document the people who visit and work there. Hikers, horses and hang gliders, as well as painters, climbers and cooks helped create this unique portrait of One Day in Yosemite.

Director: Morgan Maassen

Frankie Harrer, age 16, surfing Teahupoo in May 2014.

Additional footage courtesy of Erik Knutson.

Music: Flume & Chet Faker “Drop The Game”

Director: Elliott Sellers
EP: Danielle Hinde
Producer: Courtney Davies
Production Design: Tyler Jensen
Compositing: Elliott Sellers
1st AD: Joe Suarez
DP: Charlie Balch
Gaffer: Dave McCabe
Movi Operator: Robert Spaulding
Second Unit DP: Bryan Dos Reis
Special thanks to the Paramour Estate and our good friend, The Owl