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1. Cool Hunting Video: Omni Heat Electric

  • Published: 2011-12-16T19:59:53+00:00
  • Duration: 197
  • By Cool Hunting
Cool Hunting Video: Omni Heat Electric

Given the opportunity to create a video with Columbia Sportswear we were excited to get a behind-the-scenes look at the innovation at the core of the brand's philosophy. We took a trip out to Portland, Oregon and spent some time in the innovation lab at the west coast headquarters, watching how their new Omni-Heat Electric line is tested. We spoke with resident innovation guru Woody and got some insight into the past, present and future of apparel, as well as Columbia's dedication to continue pushing the envelope in outdoor wear and wearable technology. See more of our videos at coolhunting.com/video


2. Hunting Bears - The Inside Track

  • Published: 2011-09-28T15:11:52+00:00
  • Duration: 450
  • By The Blind Club
Hunting Bears - The Inside Track

With Hunting Bears we launched a new series called 'The Inside Track'. Within the 'episode' we'll feature a collection of material of the band ranging from Pop Up Recordings to Blind Club Sessions, live gig footage and behind the scenes activities. Collecting all the material together and interviewing the band about their past, present and future we hope 'The Inside Track' provides a real insight to the music and the musicians that make it. Look out for more Inside Tracks coming up in the near future


3. UNDER TOMORROW'S SKY

  • Published: 2012-08-17T11:04:59+00:00
  • Duration: 141
  • By MU artspace
UNDER TOMORROW'S SKY

Speculative visions of a future city August 10 - October 28 Eindhoven has a tradition to uphold when it comes to thinking about the future, with technology and design together playing the leading role. It was therefore inescapable that the English think tank Tomorrows Thoughts Today (TTT) would eventually find its way to Eindhoven. By now TTT has almost become part of the family. Not only did they contribute to the Great Babylon Circus at MU, with the intriguing ‘Landscape of unnatural history’, and conceive the luminous drones that performed an interactive choreography over the river Dommel during GLOW, but behind the scenes they also worked together with Philips Design on the Design Probes programme. This cooperation led to our curiosity about TTT’s many-sided practice and visions of the future being roused even further. More than any other they know how to link up contemporary, and in particular future-oriented thought on nature, urbanism, technology and culture, into inspiring and bizarre stories that tell us as much about the future as about the present day. In all events, in their work they manage to expose the fashionable cult around ‘innovation’. According to TTT, the guise of innovation often simply shrouds a lack of historical awareness, a pitfall into which we ourselves would not like to fall. Freely and humorously switching between our late-modern past, present-day archaisms and retro-projections of the future, they denounce this shortcoming in a visual way. MU is pleased to give TTT front man Liam Young whatever room he needs for this. Working as an urbanist, designer and futurist, he is seen as one the people who will change the face of architecture and design over the next few years. At MU, as the pivot in an extensive network of mad scientists, literary astronauts, speculative gamers and enlightened minds, he is starting out on a comprehensive project entitled Under Tomorrows Sky, in which the city of the future comes to life. After an initial think tank came together in June to sketch the contours of this city, it will actually be erected at MU at the end of July, and will be open to the public from August 10th. The idea is that this model of a city will serve as the décor for stories created by writers, film makers, artists, game developers, philosophers, designers, and of course the public, on urban life in the future. More on www.undertomorrowssky.com


4. COVERT TO OVERT: PHOTOGRAPHY OF OBEY GIANT BY JON FURLONG

  • Published: 2015-10-08T00:37:10+00:00
  • Duration: 269
  • By OBEY CLOTHING
COVERT TO OVERT: PHOTOGRAPHY OF OBEY GIANT BY JON FURLONG

Jon Furlong may seem low-key, but like a courageous war photographer, he is ferociously adept at capturing art action as well as the results of the action. Jon has been honing his skills on trips and missions with me and the OBEY crew for almost ten years, even picking up an X-acto knife or spray can when needed. There is no doubt that Jon has a naturally great eye for composition and light, but these OBEY photos are phenomenal because Jon’s complete immersion in the process makes him uniquely qualified to capture significant moments and angles. My new book achieves a new level of quality and intimacy in the documentation of my art process thanks to the photography of Jon Furlong. – Shepard Fairey, 2015 Covert to Overt focuses on 2010 to the present, showing a retrospective vision of Fairey and the everlasting impact of OBEY GIANT on modern culture. Furlong’s photographs artistically capture the process of Fairey’s gallery exhibitions, street art installations, and murals, while also providing a narrative about the culture, mood, and energy that fuels the process. Cities featured include: Paris, Amsterdam, London, Copenhagen, Malaga, Toronto, Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, Dallas, Cincinnati, and Charleston. Jonathan Furlong (b.1981) is a Southern California native, best classified as a self-taught lifestyle and street photographer. For more than a decade, Furlong has been visually documenting the artwork, exhibitions, installations, and behind-the-scenes operations of artist Shepard Fairey and the OBEY GIANT crew. He has served as the head photographer at OBEY Clothing since 2005. Furlong is self-described as hyper-critical with an anxiety-ridden mind, constantly seeking ways to capture authentic beauty and chaos through the lens of photography. He embraces imperfections, true-to-life scenery, and candidness. To him, photography is the art of preserving moments for eternity, allowing those who experience his work to look into the past and to understand how it sets the stage for the future.


5. Mountains in Motion: The Canadian Rockies

Mountains in Motion: The Canadian Rockies

BEST VIEWED FULLSCREEN, HD (with scaling off). Please dim the lights, turn up your speakers, sit back and relax. FINALIST - Banff Mountain Film Festival - Banff, Alberta, Canada FINALIST - Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival - Vancouver, BC, Canada OFFICIAL SELECTION - Banff Mountain Film Festival - WORLD TOUR 2012 / 2013 WINNER - Best Cinematography - ColdSmoke Awards Film Festival - Bozeman, MT WINNER - The People's Choice Awards - ColdSmoke Awards Film Festival - Bozeman, MT WINNER - Best Experimental Film - Honolulu Film Awards - Hawaii, USA WINNER - Best Documentary Short - Asheville Cinema Festival - Asheville, NC, USA WINNER - Best Documentary - Atlanta Shortsfest - Atlanta, GA, USA WINNER - Best Cinematography - Dixie Film Festival - Athens, GA, USA The full, unedited music sound track to Mountains in Motion. 36 minutes of continuous music for your listening pleasure. Check it on Soundcloud, spread the love! https://soundcloud.com/michaelwynne/sets/mountains-in-motion-soundtrack Banff World Tour Info: http://www.banffcentre.ca/mountainfestival/worldtour/ SYNOPSIS: Mountains in Motion: The Canadian Rockies is an award-winning short film documenting the life of the alpine landscape through time-lapse photography. In an effort to highlight the wildness of these mountain places and how they have inspired explorers of the past, present and future, time-lapse sequences were patiently gathered from exposed summits, by glacial lakes, and under aurora-filled skies. Hours and even months of change lapses in a matter of seconds, providing the viewer with a rare insight into the ever-changing nature of the landscape. Weaving throughout the film are reflections of an early mountaineer, who is deeply moved by his own encounter with the mountains and the revelations of explorers who have come before him. “What is this power that lures me upwards, into the unknown,” he wonders, “that pulls me deeper, despite snow, wind and exhaustion?” Made on a shoestring budget and with entirely volunteer hours, the film brought together artists from two vastly different parts of North America - Banff, Alberta, and Atlanta, Georgia. Strangers at the start, the film team developed strong friendships over the course of production and were united by their common goal of capturing the beauty and essence of a place that inspires them every day. This 100% human-powered film combines advanced time-lapse photography with an original story and musical score to bring the landscape center-stage and offers a thrilling new perspective that re-establishes the Canadian Rockies among the finest mountains in the world. Photography by Doug Urquhart (http://upthink.tv) & Paul Zizka (http://zizka.ca) Original Music by Michael Wynne (http://michaelwynne.net) Original Story by Meghan J. Ward (http://meghanjoyward.com) Motion control made possible by http://dynamicperception.com Voice Talent - Brian Bremer Pioneer - Guy Thorsby Shot on http://Canon.com 5D, 7D, T3i, 400D, http://RED.com EPIC Glass: Canon 14mm f2.8 , 24mm f1.4, 17-40mm f4, 70-200mm f2.8, 10-22mm EF-S, 17-55 f2.8 EF-S, PL Zeiss 16mm T2.1, PL Zeiss 28mm T2.1, PL Zeiss 50mm T2.1, PL Zeiss 85mm T2.1 Motion-Control: http://DynamicPerception.com Stage Zero, Stage One (beta), Orion Tele-Track Pan/Tilt Software: Adobe Lightroom 3, LRTimelapse (got a hold of this in the final hours of post, unfortunately it didn't see much use), Adobe After Effects, Adobe Premiere Pro BTS Photos: http://www.flickr.com/photos/dougurquhart/sets/72157627898019489/with/8424630328/ Details about our solarCam / deep time-lapse sequences: http://blog.planet5d.com/2013/02/making-a-diy-solar-camera-for-multi-month-timelapses-behind-the-scenes-on-mountains-in-motion/ Mountains in Motion is an http://upthink.tv side-project in collaboration with http://zizka.ca Thanks for watching.


6. IMMORTALITY I/III - Oliviero Toscani

  • Published: 2015-04-30T12:52:19+00:00
  • Duration: 137
  • By Umbrella
IMMORTALITY I/III - Oliviero Toscani

Umbrella was called upon to create three short films for the 2015 Art Directors Club Gala. The sequence of the three films directed by Luka Kostil explore the enigmatic theme of immorality through the lens of art, science, and psychiatry. In the first film famed photographer and art pioneer Oliviero Toscani states that immortality is achieved by continuous human action and always a result of the past. By exploring their thoughts we can discover that Oliviero talks about the past, Andrew emphasizes the magnitude of the present and Wendy examines the future. These time spaces are embodied in the films by symbolic materials such as ink, sand and fire. Created by: Luka Kostil Produced by: Umbrella Executive Producer: Miklos Kazmer, Zoltan Hidvegi, Ignacio Oreamuno DOP: Marcell Rév Music: Bálint Seres Production design: Márton Ágh Costume: Dalma Dévényi Production manager: Gergő Angyal Cast: Tamás Bakó Stunt coordinator: Zoltán Gulyás Kiss Camera: Péter Kotschy AD: Gergely Apjok SFX: Ferenc Deák Sound mixing: Csaba Major- StudioM Special thanks: The Art Directors club staff, Jennifer Larkin Kuzler, Philippe Meunier, Conor Shillen, Gábor Garai, Áron Filkey, Dóri Hruska, Elliot Parker, Viktória Kovács, Lonely Films, Andras Tulok, Flashback Post production - Umbrella Onset VFX Supervisor: Krisztian Csanki Digital compositor: Mate Fekete, Gergely Velki, Richard Nagy, Krisztian Csanki VFX supervisor: Andor Zahonyi Editor: Gergely Liktor Colorist: Anna Stalter Post production producer: Levente Hodi Behind the scenes video: Istvan Illes Istvan Jofeju


7. IMMORTALITY II/III - Andrew Feldmar

  • Published: 2015-04-30T13:11:55+00:00
  • Duration: 137
  • By Umbrella
IMMORTALITY II/III - Andrew Feldmar

Umbrella was called upon to create three short films for the 2015 Art Directors Club Gala. The sequence of the three films directed by Luka Kostil explore the enigmatic theme of immorality through the lens of art, science, and psychiatry. The second film features vanguard psychiatrist Andrew Feldmár, author of many success books and known for his revolutionary methods. He flashes up the concept that immortality can be found in the everlasting present moment rather than in the endless individual existence. By exploring their thoughts we can discover that Oliviero talks about the past, Andrew emphasizes the magnitude of the present and Wendy examines the future. These time spaces are embodied in the films by symbolic materials such as ink, sand and fire. Created by: Luka Kostil Produced by: Umbrella Executive Producer: Miklos Kazmer, Zoltan Hidvegi, Ignacio Oreamuno DOP: Marcell Rév Music: Bálint Seres Production design: Márton Ágh Costume: Dalma Dévényi Production manager: Gergő Angyal Cast: Tamás Bakó Stunt coordinator: Zoltán Gulyás Kiss Camera: Péter Kotschy AD: Gergely Apjok SFX: Ferenc Deák Sound mixing: Csaba Major- StudioM Special thanks: The Art Directors club staff, Jennifer Larkin Kuzler, Philippe Meunier, Conor Shillen, Gábor Garai, Áron Filkey, Dóri Hruska, Elliot Parker, Viktória Kovács, Lonely Films, Andras Tulok, Flashback Post production - Umbrella Onset VFX Supervisor: Krisztian Csanki Digital compositor: Mate Fekete, Gergely Velki, Richard Nagy, Krisztian Csanki VFX supervisor: Andor Zahonyi Editor: Gergely Liktor Colorist: Anna Stalter Post production producer: Levente Hodi Behind the scenes video: Istvan Illes Istvan Jofeju


8. IMMORTALITY - SERIES - Behind the Scenes

  • Published: 2015-05-06T07:40:48+00:00
  • Duration: 229
  • By Umbrella
IMMORTALITY - SERIES - Behind the Scenes

Umbrella was called upon to create three short films for the 2015 Art Directors Club Gala. The sequence of the three films directed by Luka Kostil explore the enigmatic theme of immorality through the lens of art, science, and psychiatry. In the first film famed photographer and art pioneer Oliviero Toscani states that immortality is achieved by continuous human action and always a result of the past. https://vimeo.com/126491383 The second film features vanguard psychiatrist Andrew Feldmár, author of many success books and known for his revolutionary methods. He flashes up the concept that immortality can be found in the everlasting present moment rather than in the endless individual existence. https://vimeo.com/126493167 In the final short film Dr. Wendy Suzuki, Professor of Neural Science and Psychology at New York University makes the claim that emotional resonance is key for everlasting memories. Immortality for a piece of art or any memory we have may evolve if we feel a strong resonance with them. https://vimeo.com/126492233 By exploring their thoughts we can discover that Oliviero talks about the past, Andrew emphasizes the magnitude of the present and Wendy examines the future. These time spaces are embodied in the films by symbolic materials such as ink, sand and fire. Created by: Luka Kostil Produced by: Umbrella Executive Producer: Miklos Kazmer, Zoltan Hidvegi, Ignacio Oreamuno DOP: Marcell Rév Music: Bálint Seres Production design: Márton Ágh Costume: Dalma Dévényi Production manager: Gergő Angyal Cast: Anna Biczók Stunt coordinator: Zoltán Gulyás Kiss Camera: Péter Kotchy AD: Gergely Apjok SFX: Ferenc Deák Sound mixing: Csaba Major- StudioM Special thanks:The Art Directors club staff, Jennifer Larkin Kuzler, Philippe Meunier, Conor Shillen, Gábor Garai, Áron Filkey, Dóri Hruska, Elliot Parker, Viktória Kovács Post production - Umbrella Onset VFX Supervisor: Krisztian Csanki Digital compositor: Mate Fekete Gergely Velki Richard Nagy Krisztian Csanki VFX supervisor: Andor Zahonyi Editor: Gergely Liktor Colorist: Anna Stalter Post production producer: Levente Hodi Behind the scenes video: Istvan Illes, Istvan Jofeju


9. Atlas (2004 - S-VHS - DV 1:33:1)

Atlas (2004 - S-VHS - DV 1:33:1)

A mock 1950's TV spot for a future that never came to past. After many years of being relegated to languishing on a failing hard drive, by the blight otherwise known as Flash, I'm finally able to post this without fear of its interlaced images being churned into a stuttering mess. Thanks, Vimeo! The initial version of this short was created for college credit at Indian River State College in 2004. It won next to top* honors that year at the annually-held IRSC Graphic Design Exhibition, besting a multitude of entries from 4 campuses in three surrounding counties. For a pictorial look behind-the-scenes of the short's creation (utilizing all practical effects), as well as how Atlas arrived at its present incarnation, simply follow the provided link. http://dl.dropbox.com/u/110470231/ATLAS%20BACKSTORY.jpg *Quite unexpectedly, my 2-D animated entry "The Weird, Weird World Around Us" netted me a 2nd consecutive Best of Show that same year.


10. Brooklyn Navy Yard: Factory Tours

Brooklyn Navy Yard: Factory Tours

BLDG 92 Factory Tours get you behind the scenes of Today’s Yard to “Meet the Makers!” Free exhibits at BLDG 92 explore the past, present and future of the Navy Yard and are open Wednesday – Sunday from noon to 6pm. An array of public tours invite you to explore this vibrant industrial park today. Visit BLDG92.org for details.


11. IMMORTALITY III/III - Dr. Wendy Suzuki

  • Published: 2015-04-30T13:00:58+00:00
  • Duration: 137
  • By Umbrella
IMMORTALITY III/III - Dr. Wendy Suzuki

Umbrella was called upon to create three short films for the 2015 Art Directors Club Gala. The sequence of the three films directed by Luka Kostil explore the enigmatic theme of immorality through the lens of art, science, and psychiatry. In the final short film Dr. Wendy Suzuki, Professor of Neural Science and Psychology at New York University makes the claim that emotional resonance is key for everlasting memories. Immortality for a piece of art or any memory we have may evolve if we feel a strong resonance with them. By exploring their thoughts we can discover that Oliviero talks about the past, Andrew emphasizes the magnitude of the present and Wendy examines the future. These time spaces are embodied in the films by symbolic materials such as ink, sand and fire. Created by: Luka Kostil Produced by: Umbrella Executive Producer: Miklos Kazmer, Zoltan Hidvegi, Ignacio Oreamuno DOP: Marcell Rév Music: Bálint Seres Production design: Márton Ágh Costume: Dalma Dévényi Production manager: Gergő Angyal Cast: Tamás Bakó Stunt coordinator: Zoltán Gulyás Kiss Camera: Péter Kotschy AD: Gergely Apjok SFX: Ferenc Deák Sound mixing: Csaba Major- StudioM Special thanks: The Art Directors club staff, Jennifer Larkin Kuzler, Philippe Meunier, Conor Shillen, Gábor Garai, Áron Filkey, Dóri Hruska, Elliot Parker, Viktória Kovács, Lonely Films, Andras Tulok, Flashback Post production - Umbrella Onset VFX Supervisor: Krisztian Csanki Digital compositor: Mate Fekete, Gergely Velki, Richard Nagy, Krisztian Csanki VFX supervisor: Andor Zahonyi Editor: Gergely Liktor Colorist: Anna Stalter Post production producer: Levente Hodi Behind the scenes video: Istvan Illes Istvan Jofeju


12. IBQ / With you (Director's Cut)

IBQ / With you (Director's Cut)

IBQ is a distinctly Qatari brand. A brand that is proud of it’s heritage and history in Qatar. A history that spans over 60 years of experience. Starting as Ottoman Bank in 1956, the bank has grown and evolved over the years into the premier banking centre it is today. Not only a bank, but a family. And just like family, they’ve been "with you all along”. This film is a reminder of the past, a celebration of the present and a look into a promising future. CREDITS: Director / Producer: Justin Kramer Post Production and Visual Effects: Rishab Soni Producer: Jennifer Mansour Director of Photography: Christopher Moon 1st Assistant Director: Nissryne Dib Production Coordinator: Aaya Matharu Art Department: Tashkila Art and Props Art Director: Lauren McCarthy Set Dresser: Dale McCarthy Props Master: Sami Taweel Art PA: Jamie Greasby 1st AC: Ashiq Khan Focus Puller: Sebastian Kuusiholma Gaffer: Cenon Costales Key Grip: Allen Paul Dabu Grip: Gabriel Bullen Grip: Thomas Bullen Costume Designer: Carla Mallari Stylist: Samyah Abou Rahma Hair and Makeup: Sharice Tan Production Assistant: Mohammed Saparas Music: Vincent Corver Sound Mix: Nadim Maalouf Talent provided by: The Talent Factory & Mahta Talent Behind the Scenes: Hassan Kilani Agency: Memac Ogilvy


13. daljine/heavens trailer

  • Published: 2015-04-02T11:20:14+00:00
  • Duration: 71
  • By Ivan Salatic
daljine/heavens trailer

In grainy VHS footage from a childhood that has since become youth, 'Heavens' reflects in a dark and poetic form on the fragile relationship between young Sashka and her parents. The historical gulf between former Yugoslavia and today's Belgrade is also a generational rift. And those who were children during and after the war that constantly rumbles outside the frames of the image, have now themselves become adults with a need to define and form their own identity and future. Sashka is one of them. Past and present (and possibly future) cross paths in the young directing duo Jelena Maksimovic & Ivan Salatic's thoughtful collage of scenes, where a punk concert and a first ride on roller skates take on a whole new meaning. Behind the alienation and the nagging doubt, we more than sense a stubbornly determined young woman, who has learned from the history that she herself is helping to shape. (CPH:DOX)


14. Հատանցում | Traversed

Հատանցում | Traversed

Traversed is a short documentary film that explores the past, present, and unfolding future of Armenia, through the memories, dreams, and observations of its people. When we set out to make this film, we wanted to capture a portrait of a country and its people at a moment in time. But we soon realized that Armenia is a country caught between times; between it's ancient history, and a legacy of living under empires (from the Persian to the Ottoman to the Soviet) and the modernization and globalization that are quickly taking hold. We travelled the country end to end, capturing images that we found beautiful and moving and symbolic -- vast primordial landscapes, ancient churches, rural villages, industrial factories left over from the Soviet era, and modern cities that are growing and changing by the minute. In each place we talked to locals about their memories from the land, their thoughts on their home, and their hopes for its future. Traversed weaves all of these narratives, crisscrossing time and place, into one beautiful film -- we hope you enjoy it. Head over to facebook.com/traversedarmenia for additional stills from the film and behind the scenes photos. Directed by Alex Igidbashian & Emily Mkrtichian Executive Producers — Sosé and Allen’s Memorial Foundation, Haig Norian, Emanuel Mkrtichian & Paola Schouten, Josephine & Nubar Igidbashian, Lisa & Vartan Igidbashian, Edele Hovnanian Produced by Emily Mkrtichian Cinematography by Alex Igidbashian Original Score by Eric V. Hachikian Editor by Jocelyn Motter-Tarquini Sound Design by John Avarese Color Correction by Josh Brede at Irving Harvey Transcription & Translation by Gohar Khachatrian Additional translation by Nieri Avanessian Aerial Photography by Valera Malxasyan at Armcopter Additional Photography by Arthur Lumen at Lumen Cinematography This project was made possible by the generous support of Birthright Armenia [birthrightarmenia.org/en/] Endless thanks to our 160+ Kickstarter Backers who made this film a reality.


15. Unbound (trailer)

  • Published: 2014-02-05T18:30:51+00:00
  • Duration: 111
  • By ChildWorks
Unbound (trailer)

UNBOUND Scenes from the Life of Mary Shelley Film by Abigail Child Music by Zeena Parkins In Rome for a year at the American Academy, I created imaginary home movies of scenes from the life of Mary and Percy Shelley. I was attracted to these authors — their life of poetry, politics and sexual invention—and inspired by my previous fictionalizing of home movies in Covert Action and The Future is Behind You. I worked with non-actors, the seasons and the extraordinary architecture and landscapes of Italy where the Shelleys were in exile for six of their eight years together. The result is UNBOUND, digressive, looped, unpredictable, symphonic, spontaneous, messy—like life and memory. “so exuberant, so visually gorgeous…ahead of the curve… mixing narrative, avantgarde and expanded cinema.” Tina Wasserman “The results are of a kind that only Child could achieve: a playful mastery of form, and never-wavering attention to the past’s connection with the present.” Jim Supanick


16. nest experience switzerland

nest experience switzerland

On the occasion of its 150th anniversary Nestlé has opened its doors to the public. As the world’s largest food company it has a huge impact around the globe. Tinker has created the family experience nest with an exhibition area of 3500 m2 located in Vevey, Switzerland. Right where Henri Nestlé established his first factory in 1866 near Lake Geneva. The Big Idea behind nest was simply to open up and show what the company actually stands for in an honest and inspiring way. Visitors will receive an interactive and personal look behind the scenes, embarking on an entrepreneurial journey through the past, present and future across five different zones. Ranging from a timed experience based on 19th century film techniques to a forum space with explorations on the global challenges in mass food production. An absolute eye-catcher is the flowing world Tinker designed underneath the glass roof. This light open space is fully dedicated to playful innovation.


17. Oneohtrix Point Never - When I Get Back From New York

  • Published: 2010-03-22T17:43:23+00:00
  • Duration: 445
  • By home_video_
Oneohtrix Point Never - When I Get Back From New York

“The intuition we refer to bears above all upon internal duration. It grasps a succession which is not juxtaposition, a growth from within, the uninterrupted prolongation of the past into the present which is already bleeding into the future. It is the direct vision of the mind by the mind… Intuition, then, signifies first of all consciousness, but immediate consciousness, a vision which is scarcely distinguishable from the object seen, a knowledge which is contact and even coincidence.” [Bergson] Experimental film in which I've attempted to make a film that exists within film, I wanted to move past the surface and the captured content of the film material and into the virtual space behind it. The film's time and space exists in what Henri Bergson called fourth dimensionalism, or 'real time', where reality is intuitively perceived and experienced rather than as is projected by the cinematograph, “Such is the contrivance of the cinematograph. And such is also that of our knowledge. Instead of attaching ourselves to the inner becoming of things, we place our selves out side them in order to recompose their becoming artificially.” [Bergson]. This is also an extract from a non-existant science fiction film, a homage to the scenes such as Stanley Kubrick's incredible Time Gate sequence from 2001. In this scene the viewer and the protagonist are transported into experiential time and space. Music taken from the album A Pact Between Strangers


18. EAGLE ONE TO WANTA 10 Minute Preview

EAGLE ONE TO WANTA   10 Minute Preview

EAGLE ONE TO WANTA. President Reagan is Eagle One and his Secret Agent is Lee Wanta. This is the 10 minute preview of the feature film documentary that is scheduled for release in 2017. The project has been in production for three years. It has been delayed for reasons to be explained in detail in the film. The funding source for the project was billionaire retired military officer, respected Corporate CEO, Beryl Wolk from Pittsburg. Beryl Wolk mysteriously died after two reported falls having allegedly hit his head twice on two separate occasions. His estate and family has chosen to ignore and not honor the agreement with Ambassador Lee Wanta and Gibby Media Group, Inc. The cause of Beryl Wolks death remains under investigation. In the meantime threats and damage to the Producer Gibby Media Group, Inc. has occurred. Unlawful efforts to claim ownership and take control of the content from various sources will be identified. The adversity relating to the documentary production will now become an additional part of the film content that will expose who is really behind efforts to stop its release and why. Besides greed, the primary reason for the adversity relating to its delayed release is due to the subject matter which has an impact on every American. Some political factions that are criminal enterprise, Globalization based do not want this story told. Others hope to benefit from its release by claiming exclusive ownership to content after they walked out on the Producer and did not fulfil agreements. The historical information released is declassified. Some of the fresh & exclusive information in this film has never been revealed to the public before and may be considered at some point classified if it was fully understood. Ambassador Lee Wanta worked as a secret agent private citizen for President Ronald Reagan under the Totten Doctrine established by Abraham Lincoln. The behind the scenes efforts to end the cold war and bring down the Soviet Union is described for the first time. Few people know how this was accomplished and Ambassador Lee Wanta's critical role. After review the material in the Bio & documentary including back up documents most people will accept that Lee Wanta is a great American hero & patriot. Lee Wanta is the 31.2 Trillion Dollar Man. How he earned this wealth will be detailed in the documentary followed up by how it was stolen from him and who was responsible. It explores his courageous but sad dangerous life as Political prisoner basic human rights taken from him for 23 years. Efforts to assassinate him continue. Learn about the privately owned non Federal, Federal Reserve System exposed for what it really is a clearing house Ponzi scheme derivative based private organization that includes elite and foreign ownership. Evidence President Kennedy was assassinated for his efforts to shut down the Federal Reserve while printing new United States treasury notes. Operation Still Point is exposed in more detail. Information on corruption within our Intel community is exposed such as funding terrorists organizations starting coups, arming criminals and working as Black Swan's and White Hats at the same. This massive cover-up, the largest in modern US history is explained, and shocking information about who is behind the delay of Ambassador Wanta's money being returned. What are RiCO statutes & Title 18 laws explained. How do these laws apply to all politicians past present and future as well as their staff. Wanta's honorable plan to pay his taxes and eliminate our National Debt. The building of new infrastructure including a new high speed rail system will be revealed in detail. The biography entitled Wanta! Black Swan White Hat is available right now at Ibooks, Barnes & Noble and Amazon online. Paper back copies with data disc backup documents can be ordered at www.gibbymedia.com. The exclusive documentary Eagle One to Wanta will be released in 2017 with date to will be announced soon. Several follow-up major feature films are planned around this incredible story. For more information go to www.eagleonetowanta.com Distribution by Viking International ,LLC Co-Produced by Lee Wanta & Gibby Media Group, Inc. Copyright © 2016-2017 Gibby Media Group, Inc,. All Rights Reserved.


19. Excerpt from "The Great Farce", Federico Solmi 2017

Excerpt from

“The Great Farce” Reality has become an eternal amusement theme park in Federico Solmi’s multi-channel projection for the 2017 Frankfurt B3 Biennale Of Moving Images. It has become a place where the world's leaders can rewrite, fabricate, or travel to any event of the past, present, or future. They entertain, distract, and misdirect the world's population through spectacle. Epic battles, great adventures, and lavish ceremonies are staged as re-enactments of historic events. Hysterical visitors rush between the carousels, Ferris wheels, and food stands to watch. Behind the delighted crowd, advertisement billboards and park attractions light up, forming a psychedelic skyline. Through the leaders’ mania, carnival rides transform into historic monuments, to be toppled like Don Quixote’s windmill giants. The carousel horses become a charging cavalry, rocking ships turn into an armada, and Ferris wheels spin like helicopters. The leaders grow to be idolized celebrities, reward ceremonies display giant portraits of the leaders on jumbotron screens as they receive heaps of military trophies and medals. The marching rulers parade between the rides, accompanied by missiles, tanks, and helicopters. They arrive at the White House, furnished as a Roman villa, where the American Presidents host an emperor's ball. As the fantastical re-enactments of history become more irrational and surreal, the leaders gain a feverish madness for power. News sources from the present are instantaneously altered into modern day myths. The resulting chaos dissolves any distinction between truth and myth, immortalizing the leaders, and elevating them as Gods to a faux Mount Olympus. From its heavenly terrace, they look out to admire their counterfeit universe. Projected on nine screens across the facade of the Schauspiel Frankfurt, the videos are the result of Solmi’s elaborate process that combines traditional drawing and painting with gaming and digital technology. 3-D models of characters and environments are built and texture mapped with scans of hand-painted imagery. A virtual world is created within a game engine, where each scene is staged as a movie set. The characters act as puppets, animated through motion capture and computer scripts rather than strings. Scenes are recorded by an in-game camera from a first-person view, giving the perspective of a director, or voyeur.


20. Macaulay Family Ministry (Ep. 2)

  • Published: 2014-08-30T04:53:54+00:00
  • Duration: 212
  • By Dan Macaulay
Macaulay Family Ministry (Ep. 2)

Some "behind the scenes" moments from our ministry on two recent weekends out! http://www.fan.si/dmac One in Sauble Beach ON with Dan & Danielle only, and also in Lewiston NY with the whole fam! More about our ministry and how you can help support us for as little as $5 a month while receiving all Dan's music past, present, and future here: http://www.fan.si/dmac