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“Nômade Life: A Poem II”: A Cinematic Poem Short Film By Michael Abt (2018)

“Nômade Life: A Poem II” is a Cinematic Poem Promotional Short Film Directed By Michael Abt.

Directed by: Michael Abt

Nômade Life A Poem II is a Cinematic Poem Promotional Short Film Directed By Michael Abt (2018)

Cinematographer: Tom Marvel
Editor and Colorist: David Bryen
Sound Design: Sebas The Master
Asst. Director/Producer: Andrea Benitez

Nômade Life A Poem II is a Cinematic Poem Promotional Short Film Directed By Michael Abt (2018)

“Blessings” by Darpan

We call up on celestial realms,
the Angelic beings, the planetary guides and protectors,
and the ascended ones
to bless mankind and to be present here with us.
We call up on the Divine light of Love, Truth and Harmony
to shine in places that need healing and guide our way.
We ask for these blessing with great reverence,
from our Mother – the Earth, the Sky, the Moon, the Stars,
the Sun – our Father.
May we always remember we’re pure consciousness,
the essence of Life, the source of all things.
May we find the courage to let go fear and the pain of past conditioning.
Let us walk upon the Earth gently, as true Spiritual Warriors,
into dimensional midwifes giving birth to our True self.
Letting go of separation, evolving beyond limitation
into divine self-expression thereby assisting into a co-creation
of a dawning light filled world.
Om Shanti, Shanti…

Nômade Life A Poem II is a Cinematic Poem Promotional Short Film Directed By Michael Abt (2018)

Website: https://www.linkedin.com/in/michael-abt-321b24b1/

 

“The Universe Is You”: A Cinematic Poem Short Film In South America By Tommy Plesky (2015)

“The Universe Is You” is a Cinematic Poem Short Film In South America By Tommy Plesky.

Filmed, Edited and Directed by;  Tommy Plesky

Music by: Ryan Taubert (“One Precious Moment”)

Narrated by: Alan Watts

The Universe is You Cinematic Poem Short Film In South America Directed by Tommy Plesky

“As I sat on the plane to Chile while streaming Alan Watt’s speech on my ipod, I came to realize I had to make something out of it. I traveled through South America filming the mountains of Chile, the stunning falls of Iguazu located in Argentina and Brasil, and also, adding some shots from the unique caribbean sea of México. As I gained some inspiration around those incredible places I managed to create what I call this video: “A tribute to nature”.

The Universe is You Cinematic Poem Short Film In South America Directed by Tommy Plesky in 2015

Website:  http://pleskyfilms.com/

“Radio Havana”: A Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film In Cuba By Ezaram Vambe (2015)

“Radio Havana”: A Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film In Cuba Directed By Ezaram Vambe.

Filmed, Edited and Directed by:  Ezaram Vambe

Music by:  A. Taylor (“Treeline at Night”)

Radio Havana Cinematic Time Lapse Short Film In Cuba Directed By Ezaram Vambe

“The end of 2014 marked the beginning of what could possibly be a new course for Cuba and the Cuban people. Radio Havana is a Timelapse film which aims to celebrate the unique beauty and charm of the Cuban capital.

In making the film, I was excited by the possibility of showing Havana under a new and intriguing light, one that can hopefully convey some of its magic and wonder.”

Website:  http://www.ezaramvambe.com/

“South Of Haiti”: A Cinematic Short Film Of Island Life Directed By Alex Horner (2013)

“South Of Haiti” is a Cinematic Short Film Of Island Life Directed By Alex Horner.

Filmed, Edited and Directed by:  Alex Horner

Music Composition:  Rhian Sheehan (“A Thimble Full of Sorrow”)

Producers: Dave Ali Fils-Aimé | Dali Reel, Alex Horner | Horner Pictures, Francisco Momplaisir | J’aime les Cayes
Field sound recordist: Nick Mihalevich | Cape Status
Creole translation and adaptation: Marleen Julien
Voiceover engineer: Freddie Feldman | Vocomotion
Post-sound mix: Steve Horner

“In October 2012, Nick, Dave, Francisco and I, set off on a 10 day journey along the Southern coast of Haiti in the back of a pickup. Our goal? To capture a side of Haiti that is rarely seen. Having been to Port Au Prince multiple times, it was refreshing to see Haiti in a new light. It’s important to recognize that the images typically shown of Haiti, or any 3rd world country, do not necessarily represent the country as a whole. It has nothing to do with putting blinders on to problems and needs, but all to do with expanding your perception of a country. ”

Website:  http://hornerpictures.com/