“At Home: Journey Back To Greece” is a Cinematic Poem Short Film Directed By Nick Kontostavlakis
Filmed, Produced and Directed by: Nick Kontostavlakis
Edited by: FKY
Cinematography by: Antonis Kitsikis
Music by: Tony Anderson
Time-Lapse by: Nick Knotostavlakis and Nikos Pomonis
Drone by: Nick Knotostavlakis
Narrated by: Dimitris Kaplanis
“I am Nick, a freelance photographer.
In the past 10 years I‘ve been travelling and photographing around the world.
What I realized, though, was that I had gradually stopped seeking new destinations. I found a place that offered me a sense of stability and warmth where my inspiration and creativity amplified. Nature in all its’ forms was still surrounding me: Snowy landscapes, deep canyons, lakes and rivers, vast forests and of course the sea.
In the end, I think I found my destination, a place that has nurtured me, and has always been so close to me. That makes me feel home!
“Nessun Dorma” is a Cinematic Visual Poem Infrared Time-Lapse Short Film in Spain By Txema Ortiz.
Filmed, Edited and Directed by: Txema Ortiz
Music Arrangement and Direction by: Martin Zalba and Jody Jenkins
“A project made in 4 months recorded in different locations of the geography of Navarra.
I wanted to reflect different environments changing the color tone in each scene, after making the white balance, thus generating a very different environment, dark, inospito and inert, heavenly, ….. trying to find the beauty of still life. A trip through different spaces through doors trying to awaken sensations. A walk of the soul.”
“Siege Of Salzburg” is a Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film Featuring Music by Wolfgang Mozart Directed By Matthew Rycroft.
Filmed, Edited and Directed by: Matthew Rycroft
Music by: Wofgang Amadeus Mozart (“Lacrimosa” from Requiem Mass)
A cinematic opera based on the dramatic beauty of Salzburg, Austria.
ACT I – Beacon of Light
ACT II – Surrounded
ACT III – Storm the Castle (Dies Irae)
“The Flower Of Life” is a Cinematic Visual Poem Short Film Directed By Damien Krisl And Ronan Gali.
Directed by: Damien Krisl & Ronan Gali
DOP – Guillaume Adrey (Kinou Conseil)
Featured Model: Lorena Rae
DOP High-Speed – Selim Zouaoui
1st AC – Bernard Jallet
2nd AC – Matthieu Blanchais
Stylist – Melanie Perego
Makeup-Artist – Christina Lutz (B-Agency)
2nd Makeup-Artist – Claire Plekhoff
Hair-Stylist – Audrey Lambert (B-Agency)
2nd Hair-Stylist – Kelly Peach
Models – Amandine Elina, Amandine Choquet
Set-Designer – Sylvain Cabouat
Music Composer – Augustin Charnet
Sound Design – Christian Schlumpf
“The Flower of Life is a poetic journey of a women in a bed. Flowers as a metaphor for her emotions. An ephemeral moment where unconsciousness falling down in a moving dream.”
“A Drowned Forest Exposed”: A Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film of the Theewaterskloof Dam In South Africa Directed By Liesel Kershoff.
Filmed, Edited and Directed by: Liesel Kershoff
Music by: Alexandr Shumalev (“Beautiful Dawn”)
“To appreciate the yang in life, we need to experience the yin. Nature is teaching us a lesson. We need to take notice and learn from our mistakes and stop wasting our resources.”
“Close to my hometown of Caledon is the 7th largest fresh water catchment dam in South Africa, the Theewaterskloof Dam. With the completion of the dam in the 1980’s, together with farm houses and infrastructure, a forest of pine trees were flooded on the banks of the river and eventually died. These dead trees has become quite famous amongst photographers and provide fantastic photo opportunities when water levels is low. It is a mere half hour drive for me and a favourite shooting location ever since I started photography. I know this landscape like the inside of my hands.
In the beginning 2017, reports started to surface in the media of a drought gripping the Western Cape Province. The Theewaterskloof Dam provide the greater metropol of Cape Town of fresh drinking water and it was at it’s lowest level ever since completion. The water situation was growing dire and the drought proved to be the worst experienced in the area in 100 years.”
Location: Theewaterskloof Dam, Hottentos Holland Nature Reserve, Western Cape Province, South Africa
“SEASONS Of Norway” is a Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film Directed By Morten Rustad.
Filmed, Edited and Directed by: Morten Rustad
Produced by: Anders Graham
Original Soundtrack by: Jogeir Daae Mæland
Vocals by: Katrine Stenbekk
Mixed by: Sivert Hagtvet
Sound Design by: Viljar Losnegård
Creative Advising by: Jørn Nyseth Ranum
“With its imposing mountains, endless plateaus and echoing valleys, Norway is a country where nature takes the lead. Using time-lapse, this film attempts to capture the ebb and flow of the seasons and is a result of one year of planning, a second year of shooting and four months of editing.
20,000 kilometers have been travelled, 200,000 photos taken and 20 terabytes worth of hard drives filled. Months have been spent hiking through the mountains, sleeping in tents and travelling through the entire country hunting for the best locations.”
“Paris Noir” is a Cinematic Time-Lapse Music Short Film Directed By Benjamin Trancart.
Filmed, Edited and Directed by: Benjamin Trancart
Music by: Juliette Gréco (“Paris Canaille”)
“By dint of searching, sometimes you’ll finally find… what you were not after.”
“Since past years, I often dreamt of shooting time lapses. This night again, I was on top of a slate metallic roof lit by the moon. Viewpoint was awesome, opening on the seaside with a red lighthouse sweeping the mist. I was licking the salt on my lips.
But in those dreams, i’m always late setting up my camera or i just forgot to charge my battery missing the occasion to capture this ephemeral moment.
Positive side of it is that during those dreams my brain has created fantastic images, unbelievable landscapes, volcanoes, and luxuriant forests. Some places that will never exist but that i’ll never forget. However i open my eyes and i still go and look for those places.
I’m aware that we have to live things and not look at them through the lens of a camera but harvest time is an incredible moment.
Maybe we’ll meet one night on a slate metallic roof messed around by a pale moonlight.”
“The Heart Of Glenlivet” is a Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film In Scotland Directed By Kirk Norbury.
Filmed, Edited and Directed by: Kirk Norbury
Music by: Huma Huma (“Pachabelly”)
“”The Heart Of Glenlivet” takes you on a journey through the stunning landscape where one of Scotland’s most favourite whiskies has called home since 1824. This time-lapse film showcases the stunning scenery, gorgeous rivers and majestic hills that surround the distillery. During the end of 2015 I was hired to capture this landscape for the Glenlivet distillery, here is a collection of my favourite clips from my time spent in this beautiful part of Speyside.”
“The Beginning” is a Cinematic Poem Time-Lapse Music Short Film For Whim Grace Album Directed By Lance Page.
Filmed, Edited and Directed by: Lance Page
Words, Music and Narration by: Whim Grace (“Black Holes and Unicorns”)
‘The Beginning’, a short film for a new world. 4K time-lapse cinema from Page Films and spoken word from Whim Grace, a collaboration of the arts.
“When I fell to this plane of existence,
I was shocked by the amount of resistance;
Of gravity, of society, of disparity
Weighing down on these creatures called humanity…”
Additional Time-Lapse by: Troy Page
Locations: In Oregon (Canyon Creek Meadows / Camp Sherman / Sparks Lake; Hawaii (Big Island); and Australia (Broken Head Beach).
“Pulse” is a Cinematic Visual Poem Time-Lapse Short Film Directed By Mike Olbinski.
Filmed, Edited and Directed by: Mike Olbinski
Music by: Tony Anderson (“The Way Home”)
“For quite a few years now I’ve been wanting to do something different with my time-lapse films. I love color. Storms are full of color. The blues, the greens, the warm oranges and reds at sunset. The colors are sometimes what make a simple storm into something extra special.
But black and white speaks to my soul. I love it. There is something when you remove the color that lets you truly see the textures, movement and emotion of a storm.
The film is made up of some of my favorite clips from the past few years. A mix of the monsoon and supercell plains chasing. I’m so inspired by the songs I choose for these videos. Kerry Muzzey, Tony Anderson. Their songs are so powerful and moving and the stories they tell themselves are amazing. I went with clips that felt right with each beat of the song and while I usually try to tell a story with these films, I mostly decided to let the music be that here.”