A COLLABORATIVE FILM BY GNARLY BAY + FOREST WOODWARD + FRIENDS

Special thanks to Doug Woodward, Brendan Leonard, Skip Armstrong, David Marx, Jeff Scholl, Elliot Ross, Jess Lowe, Howl Collective, Story & Heart

Edit: Jordan Ingram + Gnarly Bay
Additional Audio Mixing: Joshua Svare

Save the Important Places. Protect the Grand Canyon and other wild rivers. Please visit americanrivers.org/grandcanyon to learn more.

Supported by American Rivers / Chaco Footwear / NRS / Goal Zero / Marmoset Music / Story & Heart

MUSIC
01. Blind and Unwise (Instrumental) by Gregory and the Hawk
02. Honey Jars by Bryan John Appleby
03. Snowy Crescendo (Instrumental) by Bell Plaines
04. For a Film (Instrumental) by Bell Plaines
05. Awareness (Instrumental) by Lee Brooks

Tremaine Brown – AKA TJ Brown – is a 13 year old rapper from Harlem New York.

“One day, they say – I just want to be in the hip-hop hall of fame… I just want to”

Check him out here: mrtmatj.com

Produced by wandering crew: wanderingcrew.com

Vivint Solar asked me to direct a commercial for them. We put together a big plan. So naturally I got a diesel/solar powered Mercedes and asked two of my buddies (filmmaker Kenny Styles and photographer Jac Scott) to come on the road trip of a lifetime all over the west coast. The trip lasted 10 days and we drove 3,000 miles. When we started the trip we really weren’t sure where the story was headed but by the end it was pretty obvious. So this is it. The story.

I want to give a special thanks to Jac Scott and Kenny Styles for collabing with me on this project. I teamed up with my buddies Daniel Petersen and Steve Pedersen again and they composed the music. Russ Lasson did an awesome job with the color. Micah Young and Rich Patch at Universal Post, were a big help also. I also want to thank vivintsolar.com for the opportunity. #earthpowered

Director: MP Cunningham
Camera: MP Cunningham and Kenny Styles
Photographer: Jac Scott
Composer: Daniel Petersen & Steve Pedersen
Colorist: Russ Lasson

Film by Jeff Morris

Above San Diego takes you on a journey through diverse landscapes and shows off the beauty of the city I am proud to call home, San Diego,CA.

I logged 98 flights with a total of 10 hours flight time. Filmed with the DJI Phantom 2 Quadcopter and Zenmuse H3:3d Gimbal.
Shot in 2.7k on the GoPro Hero 4 Black and a couple Hero 3 Black clips. Color Graded in GoPro Studio. Edited in Adobe Premiere Pro.
Music: First Aid Kit — Stay Gold

For optimal viewing, watch in full screen HD and turn the sound up. For behind the scenes, production stills and more, follow me @itwasthelight

Produced by Matti Haapoja

Last fall we took an epic 28 day road trip through the West Coast of America. After seeing all the cities, the roads, the national parks and the people only one word describes what we saw and experienced: Wild. We drove over 6500km, swam in an old volcano, ate delicious foods, got my camera bag and wife’s wedding ring stolen and visited too many amazing places. I would highly recommend taking the trip!

Almost all of it is filmed handheld on the GH4 using a Panasonic 12-35 f2.8 lens. We also had the DJI Phantom quadcopter with a GoPro to get the aerial shots. Additional footage from Jon Kuhn.

Edited in Premiere Pro and colour graded using Vision Colors Impulz LUTs in After Effects.
Music: Tony Anderson – “Eyes Wide Open” from the Musicbed

PREORDER THE ELGIN PARK BOOK at animalmediagroup.com/shop/elgin-park/. All preorders will be shipped to arrive by June 21st and each will be signed by the creator of Elgin Park, Michael Paul Smith.

Elgin Park is a lot of things: a 1950’s utopia, a fantastical world, and an optical illusion. Artist Michael Paul Smith’s imaginative town – composed entirely of miniatures – delighted audiences worldwide when his photo series went viral. For the first time, the documentary Elgin Park dives into the life of this charming, reclusive artist to reveal the dark inspiration behind his work.

View Michaels work on his Flickr page: flickr.com/photos/24796741@N05/

Director. Danny Yourd (twitter.com/dannyyourd)
Cinematographer. John Pope
Production Company: Animal (animaleast.com)
Editor. Mike LaHood
Sound Design/Mix: Defacto Sound

My first impression of Dubai was that of super-tall buildings jutting out of the desert sand. However, after 3 months of exploration, research and filming, my lasting impression is of the eternal wonder of the desert and the importance it holds for the Emirati people.

Dubai may be home to the world’s most outrageous skyline but Dubai’s desert dunes and historical creek are where you’ll find its soul.

A special thank you to Dubai Film for making this project possible and for providing the extraordinary access which enabled me to realise this story.

If you want to see more…

An extended version of the airport baggage scene, from plane arrival to luggage cart in 4K here:
youtu.be/m8n2o3Qx504?t=29s

And also the creek scene in full, the original of this is 13500px (13.5K) across however in 4k here:
youtube.com/watch?v=OAtzRAIpD30

Sound Design: Slava Pogorelsky
Email: kultenyeuk@walla.com
Facebook: facebook.com/Kultenyeuk

Rob Whitworth
Website: robwhitworth.co.uk/
Facebook: facebook.com/RobWhitworthPhotography
Instagram: instagram.com/robwhitworthphotography

Charlie Chicken is a world-renowned canine artist. Originally a rescue from Puerto Rico, he works out of Brooklyn, NY, where his art has been featured in MOMA, the Louvre, and the Getty. This is his story.

TRT: 3 min. [Official selection] Puppy Pound International Film Festival.

Director/Editor/Colorist/Screenwriter/Voiceover: ED DAVID kittyguerrilla.com
Camera Operators: ADAM WELZ, ED DAVID, JOHN LARSON adamwelz.net
Concept by: LILY HENDERSON + ED DAVID lilyfranceshenderson.com
Special thanks to: LILY HENDERSON + PAUL TRILLO + LARRY JORDAN + FRIENDS. Bart McNeil at Omega Broadcast.
Executive Producer: LARS VON TRIER

Shot on the new Sony FS7. Camera provided by my friend Bart McNeil at Omega Broadcast. I love these guys. Bart is very handsome and has a love for enchiladas! omegabroadcast.com

Geek out more about the tech aspects on this version of the film: vimeo.com/112062119

We got Charlie from AARF arfhamptons.org/ – they are an amazing shelter.

Please share the video. The goal is Oscar nomination.