Directed by: Mariia Konopatova
Composer: Yury Konstantinov
“This is a story of struggle between art and death. A violinist finds himself in the middle of a war and is ready to die. Will the music in his heart and a violin in his heands help him to resist Death itself?”
Filmed, Edited and Directed By: Henry Behel
Voiceover: Júlía Hannam
Music: Sam Plotkin
Percussionists: Amin Malekpour, Sam Archer, Kris Wismer
I filmed this in four days while traveling around Iceland alone. The sun set at midnight and rose at 3am, but it never really got dark. I shot as much of the day as I could, stopping everywhere that caught my eye. I found places off the road and slept on a pad under the stars. I got rained on and blasted with wind, but I felt alive.
I have made a habit of traveling alone in wild places. I feel magic in the howling wind, the ice on my face, the sand in my shoes. My mind can drift back to the beginning of time or out to the stars where the earth is just a dot. I finally feel the connection and peace I so long for, and yet is so elusive in my daily life.
No place has inspired me like this more than Iceland. This film is how it feels to me. Beautiful and serene, but dark and violent as well. Time moves differently here. The land still exists in some ancient forgotten epoch, when earth was still lava rock soup.
Filmed, Animated and Music by: Lucas Zanotto
A series of abstract kinetic characters.
Filmed, Edited and Directed by: Mattia Bicchi
Explore at 8K resolution and through the Timelapse technique, the beautiful city of Toledo. A 3.000 years old city declared ‘World Heritage Site’ by UNESCO in 1986, also known as the ‘City of three religions’ in Middle Ages where Jewish, Muslim and Christian communities peaceful coexisted.
I spent 5 days exploring and shooting Timelapse and Hyperlapse, around this incredible city!
Many thanks to Hotel Santa Isabel (hotelsantaisabeltoledo.es) and Azotea de Carlos (carlosv.com) for the access to their beautiful rooftops.
Music: Jordan Critz – Hineni – musicbed.com/invite/ERraL
Filmed, Edited and Directed by: NONO AYUSO
The Memory: Roberta Coppa
VO Artist: Chloe Dunn
“It starts with a journey.
Imagine a film that captures every instant
And for each frame, a memory.”
Music and Sound Design: Paulo Gallo
Grading: Fran Cóndor
Compositing and VFX: Damian Todd
Graphic Design: Nico Ordozgoiti
Shot in Super 8 in Japan. April-June 2019.
Filmed, Edited and Directed by: Mark Williams
Music: “Calm-Inspiring” by Turpak
This is my tribute to autumn on the Nantahala River in North Carolina.
Filmed and Directed by: Petr Krejčí
A film commissioned by Goldsmith’s Compay for Goldsmith’s Fair 2019. This year’s theme was about collecting and collectors.
Goldsmiths’ Fair is recognised internationally as the premier UK showcase for contemporary jewellery and silver.
Each year, this unique event draws collectors, design lovers and luxury shoppers to the magnificent Goldsmiths’ Hall where they can browse the latest collections from this handpicked selection of craftsmen and women.