Tag Archives: Norway

“Tempus Fugit 2”: A Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film Directed By Nicholas Roemmelt (2016)

“Tempus Fugit 2” is a Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film Directed by Nicholas Roemmelt.

Filmed, Edited and Directed by:  Nicholas Roemmelt

Music by:  Phil Rey (“Lion Heart”)

Tempus Fugit 2 Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film Directed by Nicholas Roemmelt in 2016.JPG

TEMPUS FUGIT 2 , the sequel of my first time-lapse movie „Tempus Fugit“, took me three years to shoot. I was visiting a lot of popular and well known places around the world but quite remote and deserted spots, too, in the last three years. Sometimes I had to hike for hours with heavy equipment to come to the spots. You will find locations in Austria, Italy, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland and USA (California, Utah, Washington, Oregon).

Tempus Fugit 2 Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film Directed by Nicholas Roemmelt

Website: http://www.nicholas-roemmelt-photography.com/index.html

 

“Trandumskogen”: A Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film In Norway By Lasse Henning (2016)

“Trandumskogen” is a Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film of the World War II Memorial Site Directed by Lasse Henning.

Filmed, Edited and Directed by:  Lasse Henning

Original Sound Recording by:  Lasse Henning

Trandumskogen Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film in Norway Directed by Lasse Henning in 2016

“The closest neighbor to Gardermoen international airport in Oslo, Norway is the World War 2 memorial site of Trandumskogen. Between 1940 and 1945 the enemy secretly executed 194 prisoners and buried them in 21 unmarked graves. The site offers some unique structures and a peaceful but eerie location, which I set out to capture in this timelapse experimental film. The film was shot between september 2015 and january 2016 in temperatures as low as – 25 Celsius /- 12 Fahrenheit.

This is not a “typical” timelapse film, rather more experimental. I wanted to do something very different from the classic and beautiful postcard and milky way scenery, aiming to convey the eerie mood and sad beauty of this place.

The shots were lit with torches and large candles in addition to the available natural light. Instead of using music, I wanted to compose a track based only on ambient sounds.”

Trandumskogen Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film in Norway Directed by Lasse Henning

 

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

“The Forest-A Journey Through The Forgotten Norway”: A Cinematic Poem Short Film Directed By Morten Rustad (2016)

“The Forest – A Journey Through The Forgotten Norway” is a Cinematic Poem Short Film Directed by Morten Rustad.

Filmed, Edited and Directed by:  Morten Rustad

Original Music Composed by:  Jogeir Daae Mæland (“Urskog”)

The Forest-A Journey Through The Forgotten Norway” Cinematic Poem Short Film Directed By Morten Rustad

Produced by:  Anders Graham
Narrated by: Ingar Helge Gimle
Voice Recording and Mix: Håvard Halden Sethre
Additional Voice Mix: Hans Henrik Clementz

“The Forest” takes us on a journey through the deep forests and aims to shine light on a landscape in Norway one usually does not see in the tourist magazines. This is portrayed through the magical night, mystical morning and adventurous day. Set to the words of Theodor Kittelsen the film gives associations with the traditional, Norwegian fairytales in a modern visual and auditive setting.”

The Forest-A Journey Through The Forgotten Norway” Cinematic Poem Short Film Directed By Morten Rustad in 2016

Website:  http://www.rustadmedia.com/

“We Are Workers”: A Cinematic Poem Short Film Promo Directed By Shaun Higton (2015)

“We Are Workers” is a Cinematic Poem Promotional Short Film For Norwegian Union “Norsk Arbeidsmandsforbund” Featuring Poem “Confession” by Rudolf Nilsen Directed By Shaun Higton.

Filmed and Directed by:  Shaun Higton

Edited by:  Patrick Larsgaard

Production company : Stir
Agency : Supertanker
Client : Norsk Arbeidsmandsforbund
Producer : Mikael Svartdahl

We Are Workers Cinematic Poem Short Film Promo Featuring Poet Rudolf Nilsen Directed by Shaun Higton in 2015

Narrated by:  Jack Fjeldstad in 1971.

“Confession” by Rudolf Nilsen (1925)

There is no meaning of life?
You say: We are born and die,
but is there an aim with it all,
an intention with all that we do?

I know a meaning of life.
It is that you do your duty
in big and small to your class ‐
in action, in thought and poem.

It is that you never give way
for promises about laurels and pay,
but defiant and full of hate fight
for justice and peace for your son.

For yourself you have nothing to hope.
The happiness is not for you.
For the future’s generation you shall open
a better and brighter way.

I know a meaning of life.
It is in those nameless’ army
to fight for the working class
with thought and song and rifle.

We Are Workers Cinematic Poem Short Film Promo Featuring Poet Rudolf Nilsen Directed by Shaun Higton

Websites:   http://shaunhigton.com/

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“A Norseman Poem”: A Cinematic Poem Short Film On Norway’s Xtreme Triathlon Directed By Robby MacBeath (2015)

“A Norseman Poem” is a Cinematic Poem Short Film On Norway’s Isklar Norseman Xtreme Triathlon Directed By Robby MacBeath.

Filmed, Edited and Directed by:  Robby MacBeath 

Produced by:  Cloudberry Media

Poem by:  Graeme Stewart

A Norseman Poem Cinematic Poem Short Film On Norway’s Xtreme Triathlon Directed By Robby MacBeath 2015

“Norseman”

You ask me why I do the Norseman Tri?
For a wan’a be tough guy, it’s god dam must try,
As if the journey through life was not enough strife,
At some points I’ve felt lucky just not to get knifed.

From Airdrie to Eidfjord is a long way to walk,
But I was never one to follow the flock,
I rose to my potential the growth was exponential,
But now’s become essential to prove my TRI credentials.

In to the water and no there’s chance of a re-board,
The time has come to man up and become lord of this Fjord,
Swimming with my Norsemen it fills me with majesty,
But getting there first is the only winning strategy.

Then it’s time to hammer to the Hadanger,
You gotta push hard and need strong mental armour,
Climbing up Imingfjell, it feels like I’m in hell,
Don’t dwell, have a gel, I’ll get through this bad spell.

Then at last the final mile is in sight,
Oh shit, wait a minute, that mile is in height!
But there’s no stoppin’ on Gaustatoppin
And I’ll get to the top without my legs poppin’.

Then when alls said and done, it was quite an achievement,
Although at some points I thought it’d end in bereavement,
But with my Norseman companions, it came in my stride,
And now I’ll go home and wear my Black T-shirt with pride.

A Norseman Poem Cinematic Poem Short Film On Norway’s Xtreme Triathlon By Robby MacBeath 2015

Website:  http://www.cloudberry.no/

“Winter In Lofoten”: A Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film In Norway Directed By Tommaso Maiocchi (2015)

“Winter In Lofoten” is a Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film In Norway Directed By Tommaso Maiocchi.

Filmed, Edited and Directed by:  Tommaso Maiocchi

Music by:  premiumbeat.com

Winter In Lofoten Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film In Norway Directed By Tommaso Maiocchi

“The Water”: A Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film In Norway Directed By Terje Sørgjerd (2011)

“The Water” is a Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film In Western Norway Directed By Terje Sørgjerd.

Filmed, Edited and Directed by:   Terje Sørgjerd

Music Composed by:   Ludwig van Beethoven (“Moonlight Sonata”, by Marika Takeuchi, Pianist)

The Water Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film In Norway Directed By Terje Sørgjerd

“This was filmed during August 2011. This is my interpretation of the fjord landscape in western Norway. Having spent countless days here, I really enjoy even the smallest parts of this landscape. Like hidden streams or dwarfish waterfalls outside of the beaten track that offer a great deal of solitude.”

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

“Nordic Light”: A Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film Directed By Peter Lydén (2014)

“Nordic Light” is a Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film featuring Music and Vocals by Maria Pien Directed By Peter Lydén.

Filmed, Edited and Directed by:  Peter Lydén

Music and Vocals by:  Maria Pien

Nordic Light cinematic time-lapse music short film directed by Peter Lydén

Website:  http://www.lyden.se/

“Sparks”: A Cinematic Time-Lapse Music Short Film In Norway Directed By Jonas Forsberg (2013)

“Sparks” is a Cinematic Time-Lapse Music Short Film In Western Norway featuring original song composed by Bergen Directed By Jonas Forsberg.

Filmed, Edited and Directed by:  Jonas Forsberg

Original Music Composed by:  Bergen

Piano Played by:  Sunslide

Sparks Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film In Norwary Directed By Jonas Forsberg

“Video and timelapse shots among fjords,mountains and northern lights in western Norway. ”

Website:  https://500px.com/fjordlapse

“The Quiet”: A Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film On The Lofoten islands By Nicholas Buer (2014)

“The Quiet” is a  Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film On The Lofoten islands in Northern Norway directed by Nicholas Buer.

Filmed, Edited and Directed by:  Nicholas Buer

Music:  Remix by Shudan of Shura’s ‘Spoke in the Voice of an Older Man’

“The Lofoten islands are an archipelago located 66 degrees North in Northern Norway. These isles have long been popular with photographers who travel from all corners of the globe to capture the islands remote and rugged beauty.

Originally I had hoped to evoke emotions of vastness and solitude with this film but upon reviewing the footage I was pleasantly surprised to find I was capturing a different emotion, one of a more understated essence; a peacefulness and a quiet. It just goes to show that when you think you are down on your luck, something beautiful and unexpected can still happen and you get something out of it.

This is ‘The ‘Quiet’. A simple, understated account of a humble, peaceful place.”

Website:  http://www.nicholasbuer.com/