Tag Archives: Orchestral

“Nuit Blanche”: Cinematic Creative Short Film Produced And Directed By Arev Manoukian (2009)

A cinematic creative short film featuring spectacular visual effects that centers on a passing encounter by two people who share a charged moment. The B&W short faithfully reproduces a 50′s noir film effect that’s gorgeous in its own right before hyper-reality sets in.

Filmed and Directed by: Arev Manoukian

Produced by: Stephanie Swedlove & Arev Manoukian
VFX by: Marc-Andre Gray
Music by: Samuel Bisson
Starring: Michael Coughlan & Megan Lindley
Cinematographer: Arev Manoukian
Casting: Jeff Marshall
Assistant Director: Andrew Cividino
Production Designer: Arev Manoukian & Marc-Andre Gray
Art Director / Costumes – Dan Levy
Camera Operator: Jay Pavao
Camera Assistant: Max Armstrong
Gaffer: Alan Poon
Editor: Arev Manoukian
Compositor / Animator: Marc-Andre Gray
Effects Supervisors: Marc-Andre Gray & Arev Manoukian
Additional Compositing: Arev Manoukian
Matte Painter: Pat Lau
Colourist: Andre Chlebak

“Tashlich”: Cinematic Narrated Short Film Inspired By Max Bruch’s “Kol Nidrei” Produced By Gregory Wilson (2013)

“Tashlich”  is a cinematic narrated short film created for the 7th Annual Emerging Pro Contest. Directed by Brendan Bellomo and photographed by cinematographer Gregory Wilson with the RED Epic provided by RED Digital Cinema.

Directed by:  Brendan Bellomo

Filmed and Produced by:  Gregory Wilson

Tashlich cinematic narrated short film 2013

Written and Co-Produced by:  Sara Rose Feinberg

Music:  Kol Nidrei, Op. 47, for Cello by Max Bruch (1881)

Performed by:  Davis High School Symphony

The film follows a man’s attempt to rid himself of the deep remorse that plagues him by borrowing from the Jewish ritual of Tashlich. Written by Sara Rose Feinberg and shot on location in Newport, Rhode Island over two days, the film was inspired by Max Bruch’s composition for cello, Kol Nidrei, Op. 47 from 1881. The recording heard in the film was performed by the Davis High School Symphony Orchestra.

Website:  http://gregoryjwilson.com/

“Winter in Trondheim 2014”: Cinematic Time-Lapse Promotional Short Film Directed By Grim Berge (Natural Light)

Natural Light presentation of Trondheim, Norway.
All footage from December 2013 and January 2014.

Directed by:   Grim Berge

Produced by:   Fram Film | Natural Light

Music by:   Tom Bergersen, Extreme Music Ltd. (“Breathe”)

Founded in the year 997 by the Viking king Olav Tryggvason, the city of Trondheim is more than one thousand years old. The majestic Nidarosdomen Cathedral, makes Trondheim Norway’s foremost pilgrimage site.

Trondheim has the longest continuous wooden houses in Scandinavia.

Website:  http://www.naturallight.tv | http://www.framfilm.com