Tag Archives: Landscape Short Film

“Olympic NP”: A Cinematic Nature Short Film Of Washington State Ecosystems Directed By Rudy Wilms (2016)

“Olympic NP” is a Cinematic Nature Short Film of the Ecosystems In Washington State National Park  Directed By Rudy Wilms.

Filmed, Edited and Directed by:  Rudy Wilms

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“This Movie is a first of four movies in this part we will share the highlights of the three eco-systems of the park, and will be making three more videos of the Olympic Mountains, Olympic Rainforests and Olympic Pacific Coast.

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The Olympic National Park is located northwest of Washington State; the diversity in the park is spectacular. Within the park are three ecosystems from the wild and mostly foggy pacific coastline to the snow covered alpine peaks of the Olympic Mountains with its fabulous wild flower meadows to the temperate rain forests with its lush and green moss covered conifer trees and wildlife”.

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Website:  http://www.rudywilms.com/

 

“Ancient Ranges Of Trembling Aspens”: A Cinematic Aerial Short Film In Canada Directed By Marty Mellway (2016)

“Ancient Ranges Of Trembling Aspens” is a Cinematic Aerial Short Film in the Northern Rockies, British Columbia, Canada, Directed By Marty Mellway.

Filmed, Edited and Directed by:  Marty Mellway

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Music by:  Gustavo Santaolalla

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“Exploring the vibrant northern fall. Filmed in the Northern Rockies, BC, Canada.”

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Website: https://www.flickr.com/photos/mmellway/

 

 

“Truitjieskraal”: A Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film In South Africa By Liesel Kershoff (2016)

“Truitjieskraal” is a Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film in the Cederberg Conservancy, South Africa Directed by Liesel Kershoff.

Filmed, Edited and Directed by:  Liesel Kershoff

Music by:  Nikita Kondrashev

Truitjieskraal Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film in South Africa Directed by Liesel Kershoff in 2016

“Truitjieskraal Nature Reserve is situated inside the Matjiesrivier Nature Reserve of the Cederberg Conservancy, South Africa – a World Heritage Site.

Truitjieskraal is fragile. The sandstone crumbles with every touch and the bushman’s paintings is on the same height as inquisitive hands. The vegetation takes years to recover from man made foot paths. The less people, the better.

Truitjieskraal Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film in South Africa Directed by Liesel Kershoff

500 Million years ago Truitjieskraal were formed by different coloured sands deposited in shallow seas. Over the years, temperature-, wind- and chemical erosion started to bring Truitjieskraal out of the ground. Differing hardness of the layers rock is the reason for these beautiful rock formations we see today.

If you have visited Truitjieskraal before, you would know that it creeps into your soul. It is spiritual, it’s quiet and it demands your respect. Most people whisper as they walk between the rock formations. Truitjieskraal has that effect on you.”

Truitjieskraal Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film in South Africa by Liesel Kershoff 2016

Website:  http://www.lieselkershoff.com/

“Wundersamer Wald”: A Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film In Berlin By Thomas Knauer (2015)

“Wundersamer Wald- Vor den Toren der Stadt” (“Miraculous Forest – Before The Gates of the City”) is a Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film In Berlin By Thomas Knauer.

Filmed, Edited and Directed by:  Thomas Knauer

Produced by: visdia | medienproduktion

Music by:  Stefano Mocini (“Colours“)

Wundersamer Wald Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film In Berlin Directed By Thomas Knauer

“Unfortunately the time when the territory of present-day Germany was covered with impenetrable forests is over. Today cultural landscapes, dense population and agriculture dominate. The remaining forests are mostly productive forests, intended for timber harvesting. But there are places, islands in the landscape, which look like proper forest.

That is what this short film is about, taken at the gates of Berlin and in the studio. It shows a selection of nature that is actually still there, to experience by everyone.”

Website:  http://www.thomasknauer.com/

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