“Kinetic Blackness”: A Cinematic Aerial Time-Lapse Short Film In Scotland Directed By Walid Salhab (2015)

“Kinetic Blackness” is a Cinematic Aerial Time-Lapse Short Film In Scotland Directed By Walid Salhab.

Filmed, Edited and Directed by:  Walid Salhab

Music Composed by:  Malcolm Lindsay (“Grace Notes” from “After The Snow” Album)

Kinetic Blackness Cinematic Aerial Time-Lapse Short Film In Scotland Directed by Walid Salhab 2015

“…Walid Salhab has teamed up with Malcolm Lindsay a Royal Television Society award winning composer on his new track from the album ‘After The Snow’. featuring the RSNO conducted by Greg Lawson and produced by Grammy Award Winner Tim Handly. Walid fell in love with Blackness while working on the Kelpies construction film and decided to return and visit this atmospheric place.

Walid says ” it was a challenge to work with this Amazing Music and it gave me the chance to create this film and try to capture the unique atmosphere in Blackness” Walid has produced a series of ‘kinetic’ (stop-motion/time lapse) films which capture the magic of Scotland’s capital city and the stunning beaches of the east coast of Scotland.”

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