Tag Archives: James Everingham

“Chasing The Wind”: A Cinematic Poem Short Film Documentary By Andrew Batista (2017)

“Chasing The Wind” is a Cinematic Poem Short Film Documentary on Champion Windsurfer Jesper Vesterstrom Directed By Andrew Batista.

Produced, Edited and Directed by: Andrew Batista

Chasing The Wind Cinematic Poem Documentary Short Film Directed by Andrew Batista 2017

Produced by: More Media and the Batista Brothers
Executive Producer: Donna Woods and Anthony Batista
Produced by: Stephen Buchanan, Jason Richardson, Cara Venter, Jesper Vesterstroem
Cinematography by: Dan Stewart
Production Design by: Joe Sciacca
Original Score by: James Everingham
Sound Design and Mix by: Defacto
Color by: Roush Media

Chasing The Wind Cinematic Poem Documentary Short Film Directed by Andrew Batista 2017

“The proper function of man is to live, not exist. I shall not waste my days in trying to prolong them, I shall use my time.”   Jack London

” ‘Chasing The Wind’ is a short documentary that tells the story of champion windsurfer Jesper Vesterstrom and his internal struggle following his father’s diagnosis of ALS. Grappling with his father’s fate, his instincts led him to the open water where he learned to harness the elements and his emotions in order to keep a promise.”

Chasing The Wind Cinematic Poem Documentary Short Film Directed by Andrew Batista 2017

Website: http://www.andrewbatista.com/

“We Live”: A Cinematic Poem Short Film For The Castle Of Love Festival Directed By Bob Van Boven (2015)

“We Live” is a Cinematic Poem Short Film for the Castle of Love Music Festival in the Netherlands Directed by Bob Van Boven.

Filmed, Written and Directed by:  Bob Van Boven

We Live Cinematic Poem Short Film For Castle of Love Festival Directed by Bob van Boven in 2015

Produced by:  Mamvi
Narrated by:  Lars Brouwers
Voice Over Recorded and Mixed by:  Jan Bruschke

Music by: James Everingham (“Matchless”)

“Castle of Love Festival is a two-day music festival in the historic and wooded environs of Castle Park Erenstein near Kerkrade, a city on the Netherlands side of the Netherlands/Germany border.

We Live Cinematic Poem Short Film For Castle of Love Festival Directed by Bob van Boven

Please watch the following Cinematic Poem Short Film “Beyond The Surface” by Bob van Boven:

Website:  http://www.mamvi.com/

“Gotham City SF”: A Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film Directed By Toby Harriman (2015)

“Gotham City SF” is a Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film in San Francisco Directed By Toby Harriman.

Filmed, Edited and Directed by: Toby Harriman

Original Musical By: James Everingham (“Gotham City SF”)

Branding: David Hultin (david-hultin.com)

Gotham City SF Time-lapse Short Film directed by Toby Harriman 2015

“This idea came from the ether; it emerged over time. Several years ago (2012) while exploring my passion for black and white photography I found myself wandering into a look I call ‘Gotham’.

I have a passion for time-lapse as well, so it wasn’t long before the two processes started to merge in my mind, and the concept for Gotham City SF was born! Over the intervening years I have collected and edited this footage while juggling my freelance career and time working at Lytro (a new camera technology).

This film means a lot to me. It is one of the biggest personal projects I’ve ever worked on.

I searched for music for months. Finally deciding to work with James Everingham: a talented 14 year old from the UK. (Now 16) He ended up composing a full custom composition and it came out perfect!”

“A Typical San Francisco Morning”: A Cinematic Aerial Time-Lapse Short Film Directed By Toby Harriman (2014)

“A Typical San Francisco Morning” is a Cinematic Aerial Time-Lapse Short Film Directed By Toby Harriman.

Filmed, Edited and Directed by:  Toby Harriman

Music Composed by:  James Everingham (“Illuminate”)

A Typical San Francisco Morning Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film directed by Toby Harriman 2014

“‘A Typical San Francisco Morning’, is a short aerial project shot by Toby Harriman during two morning flights during the beginning months of October. Everything was shot hand held out of Robinson R22 Helicopter on a Canon 6D with a Kenyon KS-4×4 Gyro. Special thanks to Marc with Vertical CFI, the amazing pilot, who made all these shots possible and kept us safe! ”

Website:  http://tobyharriman.com/