Ian Ruhter: Capturing Motion on Wetplate

December 14, 2010 § Leave a comment

Eadweard Muybridge was the first person to successfully photograph a subject in fast motion in 1878.
Ian Ruhter sets out to become the only other person to accomplish this since since then, using wet plate photography.

Skateboarder : Levi Brown
Music : The Deadly Syndrome

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Geoff Rowley Liverpool Podcast

December 13, 2010 § Leave a comment

5 years later this Rowley commercial shot in England is still sick.

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“Penny”

December 1, 2010 § Leave a comment

PENNY SKATEBOARDS pennyskateboards.com
DIRECTED BY TOM NOAKES tomnoakes.com
CINEMATOGRAPHY BY JAMES BROWN jlbcine.co

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Vans Syndicate x Luke Meier

December 1, 2010 § Leave a comment

The film was directed by Kahlil Joseph, in collaboration with Luke Meier. It was shot using the RED ONE as well as the Phantom HD systems.

Written and Directed by: Kahlil Joseph
Music by: Flying Lotus and Melvin Gibbs
Photographed by: Matthew J. Lloyd
Produced by: Omid Fatemi
Co-produced by: Funk Factory Films
Executive Produced By: Luke Meier and Chris Gibbs
Skaters: Chioke Daudi Stuckey, Ben Randolph and Zachary Zaragoza
Edited by: Kahlil Joseph, Sean Shafer, Aaron Morris and Luke Lynch
Costume/Production Designer: Maikoiyo Alley-Barnes
Optical Titles: Sebastian Pardo
Camera Assist: Trevor Funk

Shot on location in Seattle, WA

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Flight of Passage: Ben Nordberg and Steve Mason

November 24, 2010 § Leave a comment

Relentless presents Short Stories, a challenge to filmmakers around the world to explore, reveal, celebrate and define NO HALF MEASURES through the medium of film. At its heart it’s a competition, one that will reward those directors who can bring the NO HALF MEASURES attitude to life in the most visceral possible way.

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Brixton Holiday 2010

November 23, 2010 § Leave a comment

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Cannonball

November 20, 2010 § Leave a comment

Some of them are full of black water. Others have become graveyards for old lawn furniture and rodent carcasses. They are shaped like jelly beans and manufactured by companies named Sunny Side and Champagne. Once upon a time, Fresno was the California Dream. Own a car. Own a house. Own a pool. Everyone wanted it and the wonderful world of credit made it all possible. But now, with the foreclosure monster running wild, the dream is dry. Thousands of pools are festering in the hot Central Valley sun. For most people this is tragic. But for some, it’s an opportunity.

A film by Drea Cooper & Zackary Canepari

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