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“Arctic”: A Cinematic Poem Short Film Directed By Tim Kellner (2016)

“Arctic”: A Cinematic Poem Short Film Directed By Tim Kellner.

Filmed, Edited and Directed by:  Tim Kellner

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Original Music by:  Tim Kellner (Using Inuit instruments)

Translated and Read by: Larry Audlaluk
Audio Engineer: Stephen Fielding

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Inuit Poem

I think over again my small adventures, my fears
Those small ones that seemed so big.
For all the vital things I had to get and to reach.
And yet there is only one great thing,
The only thing,
To live to see the great day that dawns
And the light that fills the world.

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Website:  https://soundcloud.com/timtothewild

“James Raffan”: A Cinematic Poem Short Film For Adventure Canada Directed By Jason van Bruggen (2016)

“James Raffan” is a Cinematic Poem Promotional Short Film For Adventure Canada Directed By Jason van Bruggen

Directed by:  Jason van Bruggen

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Agency and Production Company: DOT DOT DASH
Director of Photography: Kiel Milligan
Writer: James Raffan
Editor: Monica Remba
Colour: Wade Odlum
Sound: Harry Knazan

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“A piece we made about our friend, Arctic Explorer and author, James Raffan. Filmed on behalf of Adventure Canada in the Canadian and Greenlandic High Arctic, featuring some of our favourite locations and communities in the Far North.”

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Website:  http://www.jasonvanbruggen.com/

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“Ancient Ranges Of Trembling Aspens”: A Cinematic Aerial Short Film In Canada Directed By Marty Mellway (2016)

“Ancient Ranges Of Trembling Aspens” is a Cinematic Aerial Short Film in the Northern Rockies, British Columbia, Canada, Directed By Marty Mellway.

Filmed, Edited and Directed by:  Marty Mellway

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Music by:  Gustavo Santaolalla

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“Exploring the vibrant northern fall. Filmed in the Northern Rockies, BC, Canada.”

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Website: https://www.flickr.com/photos/mmellway/

 

 

“Koneline: Our Beautiful Land”: A Cinematic Visual Poem Documentary Short Film Trailer Directed By Nettie Wild (2016)

“Koneline: Our Beautiful Land” is a Cinematic Visual Poem Documentary Short Film Trailer in Canada Directed by Nettie Wild.

Directed by:  Nettie Wild

Directory of Photography:  Van Royko

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Produced by: Betsy Carson

Soundscape and Music by: Mark Lazeski, Jesse Zubot, Hildegard Sweterkamp and Daniel Pellerin

Edited by: Michael Brockington

A Canada Wild Production

Koneline Our Beautiful Land Cinematic Visual Poem Documentary Short Film Trailer Directed by Nettie Wild

“The Tahltan First Nation land is one of the most stunningly beautiful places on earth. But the mine represents an economic lifeline. It’s that tension, and that beautiful natural backdrop, that’s explored in a new documentary film,  Koneline: Our Land Beautifulby Canadian filmmaker Nettie Wild.

Wild is known for her work documenting politically fraught stories, from addiction in the downtown east side of Vancouver, to the Zapatista Movement in Mexico. But with this film, she says she wanted to create a cinematic poem — one that represents all the people who live and work on the land. Wild hopes people watching the film can experience the beauty that might otherwise be written off.”

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Article about the film: http://www.cbc.ca/radio/thecurrent/the-current-for-may-6-2016-1.3569650/filmmaker-nettie-wild-finds-cinematic-poetry-in-polarized-mining-debate-1.3569733

“Systematic Symbiosis”: A Cinematic Poem Aerial Short Film Directed By Preston Kanak (2015)

“Systematic Symbiosis” is a Cinematic Poem Aerial Short Film in Canada Directed by Preston Kanak.

Filmed, Edited and Directed by:  Preston Kanak

Music by:  More Like Georgia (“Rebirth”),  AJ Hochhalter (“The Rocks Cry Out”) and A. Taylor (“Wistful”)

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“With this film, I wanted to use a ‘less is more’ approach. In this short, the main character uses nature to help re-discover self and through the process, realizes that this transition in his life is one that he has needed for sometime. It is through this experience that he is able to truly live a fulfilled life.”

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Website:  http://www.prestonkanak.com/

 

“Time”: A Narrated Short Film Commercial For Mercedes-Benz Vancouver Directed By Brooks Reynolds (2014)

“Time” is a Narrated Short Film Commercial For Mercedes-Benz Vancouver Directed By Brooks Reynolds.

Written & Directed by: Brooks Reynolds

Filmed by:  Brooks Reynolds, Greg Frankovich, Jesse Hunt & Mark Luciani
Score & Audio Production by:   Justin Dubé
Produced by:   Incision Creative

Website:  http://brooksreynolds.com/video/

“Rocky Mountain Nights”: A Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film In Canada By Alan Dyer (2014)

“Rocky Mountain Nights” is a cinematic time-lapse short film in Alberta, Canada directed by Alan Dyer.

Filmed, Edited and Directed by:  Alan Dyer

Music Composed by:  Adi Goldstein

Time-lapse sequences, and some still images, taken over the last two months (July and August of 2014) in the Alberta Rockies, in Banff, Jasper and Waterton Lakes National Parks.

Website:  http://amazingsky.photoshelter.com/#!/index

“Frozen Moments”: Cinematic Narrated Short Film In Canadian Rockies Directed By Preston Kanak (2014)

Follow a filmmaker as he journeys into the Colorado Rockies. Experience the highs and lows as he makes his way through the wilderness in search of the perfect shot.

Filmed and Directed by:  Preston Kanak

A Film by Michael Pavlovsky, Preston Kanak & Mandy Pavlovsky.

Script by:   Mandy Pavlovsky.
Story Edit by:   Preston Kanak & Michael Pavlovsky.

Special Thanks to Nasa Koski, Michael Brown, Liz Hampton, Micah Baird, Bruce Kirkby, Heju Jemison, Ava Jemison, Tanner Lauringson, Debbie Kringel & Kurt Kincel.

Music by:   Lights & Motion (“Hope”)

Voice Over by:  Tim Tippets

Outside Adventure Film School: adventurefilmschool.com/.

Pavlography: pavlography.ca.

“The Questions We Ask”: Cinematic Short Film Documentary Of Standup Paddleboarder Bruce Kirkby By Kalum Ko (2013)

In the spring of 2013, Canadian adventurer Bruce Kirkby crossed the Georgia Straight from Vancouver to Victoria on an inflatable standup paddleboard. In this award-winning short film, he contemplates the true meaning of adventure.

Filmed, Edited and Directed By:   Kalum Ko

Support Kayak: Dave Quinn
Producer: Jeff Pew
Music: Divenire, Ludovico Einaudi

Narrated By:  Bruce Kirkby

World Tour – 2013 Banff Mountain Film Festival
Winner- “Most Inspirational” – 2013 Waterwalker Film Festival
Runner Up – 2014 Fernie Mountain Film Festival
Finalist – 2013 Banff Mountain Film Festival
Finalist – 2013 Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival
Finalist – 2013 Waimea Ocean Film Festival
Finalist – 2013 Virginia Beach Surf Film Festival
Finalist – 2013 Reel Shorts Film Festival
Finalist – 2014 Salish Sea Film Festival
Finalist – 2014 Vancouver Festival of Ocean Films
Finalist – 2014 Dirtbag Film Festival
Finalist – 2014 New Zealand Mountain Film Festival

“Assiniboine Lodge – Winter Magic”: Short Film Promo By Reel Water Productions (2013)

Sepp Renner tells the story of the oldest ski touring lodge in North America.

This was a promo video that Reel Water Productions shot for Assiniboine Lodge, Alberta, Canada, on Red Epic with the Arri Alura 45-250 and Zeiss Primes.

Since 1928, people from around the world have been coming to Assiniboine. Escape and reconnect. Ski touring, telemarking, cross country, snowshoeing, star gazing and more.

Only 25 guests in a place no other. North America’s first ski lodge, located in Assiniboine Provincial Park. Remote, untouched with world class service.

Winter access by one of the world’s most scenic helicopter rides.