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“Sonja”: A Cinematic Poem Short Film Directed By Maroš Milčík (2018)

“Sonja”is a Cinematic Poem Documentary Short Film Directed By Maroš Milčík.

Directed by: Maroš Milčík

Sonja Cinematic Poem Documentary Short Film Directed By Maroš Milčík (2018)

Cinematography by: Gašper Šnuderl
Original Score by Matúš široký
Produced by: Revers
Sound Design by Defacto Sound
Color by Toby Tomkins, CHEAT
Edited by Miroslav Gerbel, Maroš Milčík
Starring: Sona Zeliskova

Sonja Cinematic Poem Documentary Short Film Directed By Maroš Milčík (2018)

“Sonja is a poetic portrayal of the story of the sightless artist Sona Zeliskova, who despite adverse fate found her life journey in art and ceramics

The film experiments with audio-visual components to recount Sona’s unique story. Combining a documentary, narrative and poetic approach, this short film attempts to depict the real-life story via poetic language.

We used special infrared technology, in order to achieve a surrealistic black-and-white visual. The unique picture thus emerged purely in-camera without the use of post-production.

Sonja Cinematic Poem Documentary Short Film Directed By Maroš Milčík (2018)

Sona carries a one-of-a-kind story of a lifetime struggle, overcoming obstacles while flourishing her love for art. At the age of 13, she was diagnosed with diabetes. At 26, right by the birth of her son, she completely lost her sight. At age of 39, nevertheless, she has found her life purpose and passion for ceramics and became a successful artist. Today, Sonia runs ceramics courses, lectures at conferences and has become a life inspiration for many others.”

Sonja Cinematic Poem Documentary Short Film Directed By Maroš Milčík (2018)

Website: sonja.revers.sk

“Time”: A Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film In South Africa Directed By Liesel Kershoff (2015)

“Time” is a Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film In South Africa Directed By Liesel Kershoff.

Filmed, Edited and Directed by:  Liesel Kershoff

Music by:  Harold Lennep (“Dreams”)

Time Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film in South Africa Directed by Liesel Kershoff 2015

Filmmaker Liesel Kershoff
Filmmaker Liesel Kershoff

“The Overberg (in South Africa) is starting to show it’s winter coat of rolling green hills and foggy valleys. I am fortunate to witness this spectacular show every year and it has become my mission to capture it’s beauty.”

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

“The Visit”: A Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film In The United Arab Emirates By Beno Saradzic (2015)

“The Visit” is a Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film In The United Arab Emirates By Beno Saradzic.

Filmed, Edited and Directed by:  Beno Sardzic

Music by:  Hans Zimmer (“Cornfield Chase” from Interstellar Sountrack)

The Visit Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film in United Arab Emirates Directed by Beno Saradzic 2015

” ‘The Visit’ is a short time lapse film, featuring the arrival of the fabled UAE fog in Abu Dhabi and Dubai on various occasions between 2013 and 2014.

There are many wonderful subjects one can photograph or film in the UAE. Some of the most spectacular structures and sand deserts on this planet are here. But every cityscape, landscape, architecture or travel photographer in the UAE or from abroad will tell you that one thing they’d like to shoot more than anything else in the UAE is the ‘rolling fog’. This natural phenomenon appears all over the world but mainly in nature and in mountainous regions. In the UAE though, the fog turns cities into scenes from Sci-Fi films. Its arrival is highly unpredictable and while there are methods of forecasting it, they are hardly reliable and can never be fully trusted. That’s why many experienced UAE photographers keep track of the humidity and temperature which under certain conditions, leads to the formation of fog. The rest of the time goes into scouring for rooftops and spending many sleepless nights waiting for the ‘magic’ to happen. It’s hard work, as you can imagine.

The fog appears out of nowhere. It usually forms in the desert and just before dawn, it falls onto the land like a thick cotton blanket. Like a ghost army, it swallows the cities, leaving only the tallest of skyscrapers above the fog’s horizon…and that’s the reward all photographers are waiting for. It’s such a fascinating sight to observe the fog move between and around the buildings, like an intelligent organism of some sort. It’s a haunting and utterly fascinating sight.”

Website:  https://www.facebook.com/Benosaradzicphotography

“Hamersley”: A Cinematic Aerial Short Film In Northwestern Australia By Dan Proud (2015)

“Hamersley”: A Cinematic Aerial Short Film In Northwestern Australia Directed By Dan Proud.

Filmed, Edited and Directed by:  Dan Proud

Music by:  Tony Anderson (“Dreamlife”)

Hamersley Cinematic Aerial Short Film in Northwestern Australia Directed by Dan Proud

“Locations filmed were primarily in the Hamersley range and Karijini National park areas, but also includes scenery around Pannawonica, Milstream-Chichester & Tom Price. I love this part of the country and having the opportunity to film from the sky is nothing short of awesome.”

Website:  http://www.danproud.com.au/

Hamersley Cinematic Aerial Short Film in Northwestern Australia Directed by Dan Proud 2015

“Skyward”: A Cinematic 4K Time-Lapse Short Film Of The American Landscape By Keith Kiska (2015)

“Skyward” is a Cinematic 4K Time-Lapse Short Film Of The American Landscape Directed By Keith Kiska.

Filmed, Edited and Directed by: Keith Kiska

Original Music Composed by:  Martyn Axe

Assistant Time-Lapse Operator: Kyle Rhoderick

Skyward Cinematic 4K Time-Lapse Short Film Of American Landscape directed by Keith Kiska 2015

“This project is the culmination of all of our best nature time-lapses to date. Since we first got my hands on Kessler’s new motorized

Filmmaker Keith Kiska
Filmmaker Keith Kiska

head 4 years ago, we traveled all over the country for weeks at a time, subjecting our new gear to the harshest conditions we could find, in hopes of getting that perfect time-lapse.”

PhotoTrekker.com presents “Skyward”,  a  4K motion time-lapse film that captures some of the most majestic landscapes of America in stunning 4K resolution. Geared up with a Kessler Revolution 2 motorized head and a 5ft CineSlider, Keith Kiska and Kyle Rhoderick spent over 4 years to create this motion time-lapse film.

Story on filming:  http://www.phototrekker.com/skyward-blog/

Website:  http://kiskamedia.com/