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“Lopez”: A Cinematic Poem Short Film Of Olympic Runner Lopez Lamong By Director Josh Cole (2015)

“Lopez” is a Cinematic Poem Short Film Of American Olympic Runner Lopez Lamong (Sudan) By Director Josh Cole.

Directed by:  Josh Cole

Music by: Simon Bass

Lopez Cinematic Poem Documentary Short Film of Olympic Runner Lopez Lamong Directed by Josh Cole in 2015

Director of Photography: Luke Jacobs
Edited by: David Stevens
Sound by: Nicholas Davies

Lopez Cinematic Poem Documentary Short Film of Olympic Runner Lopez Lamong Directed by Josh Cole

“My story is not my own – it’s the story of thousands of children who are still victims to the evil of war.”
“I dream to empower people to look at their lives in a new light and take action in their communities and in the world.  Sharing my story is my passion and I would love to come speak at your school, business, or community!”

Lopez Lamong

Website:  http://www.joshcole.co.uk/


“Chariots Of Fire”: 2012 Digitally Remastered Cinematic Movie Trailer Directed By Hugh Hudson

Chariots of Fire (1981) tells the story of two very different men who compete as runners in the 1924 Paris Olympics.  Based on a true story, CHARIOTS OF FIRE was the winner of four Academy Awards®, including Best Picture and Best Original Screenplay, in addition to receiving nominations for three more.

Directed By: Hugh Hudson

Original Screenplay:  Colin Welland

Executive Producer:  Jake Eberts

Music Composed By:  Vangelis

Eric Liddell is a devout Christian who believes that his athletic abilities are a gift from God, and that using that gift to its fullest extent – to win the gold medal – will be his way of repaying that gift.

Harold Abrahams is an English Jew, a student at Cambridge, who dreams of fame and of proving to his anti-Semitic fellow students, and to the world, that Jews are in no respect inferior.
Their motives are noble. Their commitment is total. Their integrity is unquestionable. They will both make personal sacrifices to achieve their goals. In the process, through all the obstacles and personal issues they conquer, they prove that striving for victory in their own terms is, perhaps, its own reward.


“Start Me Up-2012 London Olympics”: Cinematic Commercial For Omega Watches Featuring Rolling Stones Remix By Producer Don Was (2012)

As Official Timekeeper for London 2012, OMEGA will once again bear witness to Olympic glory. It has also been 50 years since the Rolling Stones became a band and 31 years since “Start Me Up” first entered the charts! To mark these occasions, OMEGA has released an extended Olympic Games-themed television commercial.

Commercial Produced By:  Omega Watches

Music Producer:  Don Was  (Rolling Stones “Start Me Up”)

The footage features the Rolling Stones’ classic hit “Start Me Up”, remixed especially for the commercial by producer Don Was. The on-screen footage features Chinese diver Qiu Bo, U.S. swimmer Natalie Coughlin, British heptathlete Jessica Ennis, U.S. sprinter Tyson Gay, South African swimmer Chad Le Clos and U.S. pole vaulter Jenn Suhr — all Olympic hopefuls and OMEGA brand ambassadors. The focus is on the athletes’ routines and concentration in the pivotal minutes and seconds before competition, a moment in time for each athlete that can set the tone for a potentially life-changing performance.

Article on filming the commercial:  http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/67689dce-a9aa-11e1-a6a7-00144feabdc0.html#axzz33Djy4HkO

Website:  http://www.omegawatches.com


“Winter Olympics 2014”: Cinematic Poem Trailer From BBC Sport Narrated By Actor Charles Dance

The 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia from 7th-23rd February 2014.

Filmed and Produced By:  BBC Sport

Poem Read By:   Charles Dance

I am the dreadful menace.
The one whose will is done.
The haunting chill upon your neck.
I am the conundrum.

I will summon armies.
Of wind and rain and snow.
I made the black cloud overhead.
The ice, like glass below.

Not you, nor any other.
Can fathom what is nigh.
I will tell you when to jump.
And I’ll dictate how high.

The ones that came before you.
Stood strong and tall and brave.
But I stole their dreams away.
Those dreams could not be saved.

But now you stand before me.
Devoid of all dismay.
Could it be? Just maybe.
I’ll let you have your day.