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“Wilderness”: A Cinematic Poem Short Film Directed By Temujin Doran (2016)

“Wilderness” is a Cinematic Poem Short Film in the Scottish Highlands Featuring Writings of John Muir Directed By Temujin Doran.

Filmed, Edited and Directed by: Temujin Doran

Produced by: Alastair Humphreys
Production Company: Studiocanoe
Music by: Adam Bryanbaum Wiltzie & Dustin O’Halloran
(“A Winged Victory For The Sullen”)
Narrated by:  Jim Crumley
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“This short film is based on the writings of naturalist, author and environmental philosopher John Muir. It is a an ode to wilderness, and was filmed in the Scottish Highlands.”
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Excerpts from “The Story of My Boyhood and Youth”
by John Muir
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“WHEN I was a boy in Scotland I was fond of everything that was wild, and all my life I’ve been growing fonder and fonder of wild places and wild creatures. Fortunately around my native town of Dunbar, by the stormy North Sea, there was no lack of wildness, though most of the land lay in smooth cultivation, With red-blooded playmates, wild as myself, I loved to wander in the fields to hear the birds sing, and along the seashore to gaze and wonder at the shells and seaweeds, eels and crabs in the pools among the rocks when the tide was low; and best of all to watch the waves in awful storms thundering on the black headlands and craggy ruins of the old Dunbar Castle when the sea and the sky, the waves and the clouds, were mingled together as one. We never thought of playing truant, but after I was five or six years old I ran away to the seashore or the fields most every Saturday, and every day in the school vacations except Sundays, though solemnly warned that I must play at home in the garden and back yard, lest I should learn to think bad thoughts and say bad words. All in vain. In spite of the sure sore punishments that followed like shadows, the natural inherited wildness in our blood ran true on its glorious course as invincible and unstoppable as stars.”
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“Dartmoor”: A Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film In Southwest England Directed By Alex Nail & Guy Richardson (2014)

“Dartmoor” is a Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film In Southwest England Directed By Alex Nail and Guy Richardson.

Produced, Filmed and Edited by: Alex Nail and Guy Richardson

Music by:  Dustin O’Halloran (“We Move Lightly” & “Departures N1”) and Il’ya Beshevli (“Night Forest”)

Dartmoor cinematic time-lapse short film in southwest England directed by Alex Nail and Guy Richardson 2014

“Dartmoor Timelapse is collaboration between landscape photographers alexnail.com and guy-richardson.com to bring Dartmoor National Park to life through the medium of timelapse photography. This year long project ran from March 2013 to March 2014 with the goal of capturing the changing face of Dartmoor through the seasons. With an expert knowledge of the moor and years of photographic experience, Alex and Guy were able to reveal the landscape at its most spectacular.

This 7 minute short film takes the viewer on a journey through the seasons covering Dartmoor’s most iconic tors, villages, rivers, woodland and prehistoric sites. The film is comprised of over 13,000 images selected from over 30,000 stills and represents many hundreds of hours out on the moor and in post-production. The longest night sequences are captured over a 3 hour period whilst the shortest sequence lasted just 6 minutes. The result is a captivating film of Dartmoor’s magical landscape.”

Website:  dartmoortimelapse.com

“OF SOULS + WATER: THE MOTHER”: A Cinematic Narrated Short Film By Skip Armstrong (2012)

“OF SOULS + WATER: THE MOTHER” is a Cinematic Narrated Short Film Directed By Skip Armstrong.

Filmed, Edited and Directed by:  Skip Armstrong

Produced by:  Anson Fogel
Assistant Director:  Thatcher Bean

OF SOULS & WATER THE MOTHER A Cinematic Narrated Short Film By Skip Armstrong (2012)

Music By:   Parliament of Owls  (“Flight in Motion”) & Dustin O’Halloran  (“We Move Lightly”)

“Do our mothers still have dreams, hopes and journeys to make? At age 67, Melody reflects on her life, her hopes, her failures and her dreams while exploring the magnificent waters and canyons of the Utah desert.

From forgemotionpictures.com, makers of the award-winning films Wild Water, Seasons, and Cold, comes the groundbreaking web series Of Souls + Water.”

Website:  http://community.nrs.com/nrs-films/

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