“California Dreaming” is a cinematic short film off the coast of California filmed and directed by Howard Hall.
Filmed and Directed by: Howard Hall
Produced by: Michele Hall
Music by: Shie Rozow
“I made this video to present at a Reef Check fund raiser a few years ago. The event was in Los Angeles and Reef Check wanted to feature California marine life. The video was originally called 100 Miles since the images were captured within 100 miles of the Reef Check venue.
Most of this video was captured aboard one of the Truth Aquatics liveaboard dive boats out of Santa Barbara, California. We have made many films aboard their vessels including two IMAX features, and enjoyed countless days if great diving with their support..
Finally, people often ask where my favorite diving is. Well, on a good day, nothing beats the Southern California kelp forest.”
“Ride the Sky” is a cinematic time-lapse short film that takes you on a journey through the forest and on into the Universe.
Produced and Directed by: Lance Page
Time-lapse Photography and editing: Lance Page
Original Music: Derrek Domino (soundcloud.com/Sophizta}
Video DP and Gaffer: Chris Patterson
Shot using Emotimo and Dynamic Perception motion control time-lapse gear: emotimo.com & dynamicperception.com
“I had the idea of a new astro time-lapse technique in which the camera is pointed right at the north star and mounted to a motorized pivot point directly lined up with the sensor so the camera is able to spin with the stars through the night. This is where inspiration for the title came from. Sit back, relax and Ride the Sky.”
A Cinematic Short Film Trailer of Casey Gannon and Colin Arisman’s 5-month, 2668 mile journey in 2013 on foot from Mexico to Canada across the wilderness of California, Oregon, and Washington along the Pacific Crest Trail.
Filmed and Directed by: Colin Arisman
Produced by: Casey Gannon and Colin Arisman
Music by: Seba Lay
“The film is a non-commercial project and has been a labor of love for us. We are honored that Only The Essential has received the support of the Pacific Crest Trail Association.”
Supported By: The Pacific Crest Trail Association and Kickstarter Backers.