Tag Archives: Classical Music

“Kinetic Blackness”: A Cinematic Aerial Time-Lapse Short Film In Scotland Directed By Walid Salhab (2015)

“Kinetic Blackness” is a Cinematic Aerial Time-Lapse Short Film In Scotland Directed By Walid Salhab.

Filmed, Edited and Directed by:  Walid Salhab

Music Composed by:  Malcolm Lindsay (“Grace Notes” from “After The Snow” Album)

Kinetic Blackness Cinematic Aerial Time-Lapse Short Film In Scotland Directed by Walid Salhab 2015

“…Walid Salhab has teamed up with Malcolm Lindsay a Royal Television Society award winning composer on his new track from the album ‘After The Snow’. featuring the RSNO conducted by Greg Lawson and produced by Grammy Award Winner Tim Handly. Walid fell in love with Blackness while working on the Kelpies construction film and decided to return and visit this atmospheric place.

Walid says ” it was a challenge to work with this Amazing Music and it gave me the chance to create this film and try to capture the unique atmosphere in Blackness” Walid has produced a series of ‘kinetic’ (stop-motion/time lapse) films which capture the magic of Scotland’s capital city and the stunning beaches of the east coast of Scotland.”

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“Gentrification”: A Cinematic Animated Short Film Directed By Alberto Mielgo (2014)

“Gentrification” is a Cinematic Animated Short Film Directed By Alberto Mielgo.

Painted, Animated and Directed by:  Alberto Mielgo

Music Composed by:  Franz Schubert (“String Quintet in C Major, D. 956: ll. Adagio”)

Gentrification Cinematic Animated Short Film Directed By Alberto Mielgo 2014

Website:  http://www.albertomielgo.com/

“Ballerina”: A Cinematic Nike Russia “Dance Off” Commercial Featuring Endless Noise Remix (2009)

“Ballerina” is a cinematic Nike Russia dance commercial featuring “Endless Noise” remix of Alexander Borodin composition.

Produced by:  Nike JDI Russia

Music by:  Alexander Borodin  (“Polovtsian Dances”), remix by Endless Noise.

Out of the recent Nike JDI Russia commercials for TV and cinema came this long extended remix of the dancer section. The commercial shows a russian ballerina and a funky hip hop dancer, ‘dancing off’ in a huge hall with sunlight flooding in from huge windows.

As the graceful ballerina pirouettes and plies her way around the dance floor topping it off with a grand jete. Her adversary responds with some breakdance action body popping and funky hip hop moves. The two finally reach a happy medium and their routines end in unison.

Website:  http://www.nike.com/ru/ru_ru/

“Amazing Aragón”: A Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film In Spain By Joerg Daiber (2014)

“Amazing Aragón” is a cinematic tilt-shift time-lapse short film in  Aragón, Spain directed by Joerg Daiber.

Filmed and Directed by:  Joerg Daiber

Music composed by:  Nicolo Paganini – Violin Concerto No.4 Allegro Maestoso

This film was shot in Alquezar, Mallos de Riglos, Jaca, San Juan de la Peña, Canfranc, Uncastillo, Tarazona, Monasterio de Piedra, Balneario Termas Pallares Alhama de Aragón and Zaragoza.

Website:  http://www.spoonfilm.com/

“New York City”: A Cinematic Time-Lapse Music Short Film Produced By Stimul (2011)

“New York City” is a cinematic time-lapse short film featuring Beethoven’s 9th Symphony produced by Stimul of Fribourg, Switzerland.

Directed by:  Alexandre Favre, Pierre Dumont and David Mignot

Produced by:   Stimul Interactive Agency

Music Composed by:  Ludwig Von Beethoven (9th Symphony)

Website:  http://www.stimul.ch/

“Satie, Gymnopédie No. 1”: A Cinematic Computer Animated Music Short Film Directed By Stephen Malinowski (2014)

“Satie, Gymnopédie No. 1” is a cinematic computer animated short film, using the Music Animation Machine (MAM),  of piano composition by French Composer Erik Satie (1888), performed, created and directed by Stephen Malinowski.

Performed and Directed by:  Stephen Malinowski

Stephen Malinowski Music Animation Machine (MAM)

“He’s a pianist, composer, software developer and inventor but what makes Stephen Malinowski the Willy Wonka of the classical music world is his marvellous Music Animation Machine.”

Article on Stephen Malinowski: http://www.aesop.com/usa/stories/stephen-malinowski/

Website:  http://stephenmalinowski.com/

 

“E Ó L I C A S”: A Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film In La Rioja, Spain Directed By Nobilis Bellator (2014)

“Eólicas” is a cinematic time-lapse short film in Aldeanueva de Ebro, La Rioja, Spain directed by Nobilis Bellator.

Filmed, Edited and Directed by:  Nobilis Bellator

Music Composed by:   Johann Sebastian Bach –  Prelude In D (From Suite For Cello No. 1 BWV 1007)

Performed by:   Per-Olov Kindgren

Website:  http://nobilisbellator.500px.com/#/0

“Angels And Insects”: A Cinematic Short Film Trailer Of A.S. Byatt Stage Adaptation Directed By Juliet Forster (2013)

“Angels and Insects” is a cinematic narrated short film trailer for the York Theater Royal production directed by Juliet Forster.

Directed by:  Juliet Forster

Produced by:  York Theatre Royal

Adaptation of Novel by:  A.S. Byatt

Cello Music Composed by:  Bach, Vivaldi, Verdi, Schumann, Beethoven and Saint-Saens

An Amazonian explorer and entomologist, returning home shipwrecked and penniless to Victorian England, is taken in by a wealthy aristocrat. Whilst employed to catalogue his benefactor’s collection of insects, he falls in love with the beautiful and mysterious daughter of the household.

However, this is not the rags to riches romance it first appears, and he discovers the family’s perfect facade hides unexpectedly grim secrets, in a tale of lust, love and betrayal.

Review article:  http://www.yorkpress.co.uk/leisure/theatre/10367025.Review__Angels___Insects__York_Theatre_Royal_Studio/

Website:  http://www.yorktheatreroyal.co.uk/

“University Of Colorado-Boulder Campus”: A Cinematic Visual Poem Featuring Beethoven’s 7th Symphony (2013)

A Cinematic Visual Poem of the University of Colorado Boulder campus.

Produced by:   The University of Colorado Sports Video Department

Video shot on Canon 5D, Blackmagic Cinema Camera, and Red Epic.