“Orphic”: A Cinematic Creative Fashion Short Film For Dorhout Mees Label Directed By Esther Dorhout Mees.
Produced and Directed by: Esther Dorhout Mees
Original Music & Sound Design: Guido Maat
Producer: Pamela Menzo
Director of Photography: Ezra Reverda
Model: Kiki Visser
Focuspuller: Kevin idal
Drone: Thijm Huijbrechtse
Gaffer: Huib Berkhoff
Light Assistant: Dennis Vlot
3D Light Projection: Edward van Dongen
Editor: Wouter van Luijn
Grading: Daphne Maierna at Darlings Postproductions
VFX: Darlings Post Productions
MUA: Katinka Gernant
Hair Stylist: Team Hester Wernert
“A love story..”
“ORPHIC (adj.): mysterious and entrancing beyond ordinary understanding”
“Rise” is a Cinematic Infrared Landscape Short Film In Australia Directed by Glen Ryan and James Van Der Moezel.
Filmed, Edited and Directed by: Glen Ryan and James Van Der Moezel
Original Soundtrack by: Marcus Hooper and Andy Heaney
Produced by: Silver Dory Productions
“Transpiration, transformation and precipitation…. A simple story of autumn rain told with light from slightly beyond the human eye…
From ‘part two | autumn’ of the ‘brindabellas’ infrared landscape art / doco pentalogy – by Glen Ryan and James van der Moezel. Original soundtrack by Marcus Hooper and Andy Heaney. ‘brindabellas’ is a silver dory production.
Filmed in the Brindabella Ranges, ACT, Australia with a modified IR RED Epic-X.”
“EYLENDA” is a Cinematic Short Film In Iceland Directed By Marcus Sies And Florian Nick.
Filmed, Edited and Directed by: Marcus Sies and Florian Nick
Music by: Moritz Hoffman and Thomas Steinbach
“We are two filmmakers studying Audiovisual Media at the Stuttgart Media University in Germany.
For our semester filmproject we have been fortunate enough to spend 14 days filming in Iceland. Our desire was to capture that stunning landscape and wildlife to take you on a journey through this magical island.”
“Colors Of Zanzibar” is a Cinematic Short Film On The Tanzanian Island Directed By Mark Vicente.
Filmed, Edited and Directed by: Mark “Mungkey” Vicente
Cinematography: Abdulwahab Al Asbahi
“I shot and directed this short about the life in Zanzibar. This film was shot in 4 days with Kuwaiti Director and Photographer Abdulwahab Al Asbahi for Oud Media (Kuwait). We shot the film in 4 days. People in the video were not told to pose for us. They were just random people we met along the way. Some clips were random shots of interesting things we found here and there, other clips – we just asked permission if we could film them as they continue to go on with their daily routine work. Some of them just smile and continue doing stuff.”
“Reverie Of Vietnam” is a Cinematic Short Film Directed By Oliver Astrologo.
Filmed, Edited and Directed by: Oliver Astrologo
Music by: Max LL (“Passerby”)
“When in Vietnam.”
“Set off on a 1650Km north to south journey: capturing the best wonders of Vietnam: Hanoi ancient quarter, the breathtaking Halong Bay, the claustrophobic caves in Trang An, the glamorous fabric merchants in Hoi An, the secret temples inside the marble mountain in Da Nang, the historical old capital Hue, the wet and tropical mekong delta and the white sandy beaches at Phu Quoc.”
“Seat 22-Trans-Siberian Odyssey” is a Cinematic Short Film through Russia, Mongolia and China Directed By Stanislas Giroux.
Filmed, Edited and Directed by: Stanislas Giroux
Music Composed by: Two Steps From Hell (“Starfall”)
“Three minutes of video for three weeks of travel, three countries, three cultures (and three tee-shirts in my backpack !). I took a train ticket for the Trans-Siberian railway, in order to reach Beijing from Moscow, crossing Mongolia. I travelled alone with my bag, half-filled with my video gear. At that time, I didn’t knew that my ticket for that seat 22 would be the beginning of a once in a lifetime journey.”
“The Cut” is a Cinematic Music Short Film On England’s Inland Waterways.
Filmed and Directed by: The Video Guy (Andy Nomates on Vimeo)
Music Composed by: Jimmy Ferrufino (“Land of Mysteries”)
“This is a short film about the inland waterways around the Manchester area. The canals were used to transport materials during the industrial revolution to the great warehouses in Manchester and coal to the cotton mills. Now used extensively for leisure they provide peace and tranquility and a haven for wildlife. They all have there own names, Ashton to Huddersfield and Peak Forrest Canal for example. But to the people who lived and worked on them they were simply known as….. THE CUT.”
“Beautiful Scotland” is a Cinematic Aerial Short Film on the Isle of Skye Directed By John Duncan.
Filmed and Directed by: John Duncan
In the film there are shots from Skye – Quairang, Old man of Storr, Buachaille Etive Mor, Sgurr a’Mhaim – Devil’s Ridge, Ben Nevis, Forth Rail Bridge, Dunbar, Rannoch Moor, Wallace Monument, Edinburgh, Glenfinnan Viaduct, The Kelpies.