“A Pacific Odyssey” is a Cinematic Poem Short Film Second World War Tribute in the Solomon Islands Featuring Winston Churchill Directed By Neal Howland.
Filmed, Edited, Sound Designed and Directed by: Neal Howland
Music by: Ryan Taubert (“We Wish It Was Never Light”)
“United we stand. Divided we fall.
Divided the Dark ages return.
United we can save and guide the world.”
Winston Churchill (1941)
“I had the privilege of visiting some remote battlefield locations in the Solomon Islands with friend and historian Bryan Stefancyk, owner of WAR HISTORIAN, LLC BATTLEFIELD EXPEDITIONS battlefield-expeditions.war-historian.com.
This little film is simply a highlight of some moments taken during our explorations and recce of some of the most significant battlefields of the Second World War. For me, this was one of the most unique professional opportunities of my life. I’ve been interested in The Second World War for a very long time and I never imagined that I would have a chance to see these places with my own eyes.”
Archival footage: archive.org
Sir Winston Churchill speeches: archive.org/details/Winston_Churchill
“MySon” is a Cinematic Poem Short Film In The Vanuatu Islands Directed By Germain Lalot.
Directed and Co-Produced by: Germain Lalot
Written and Co-Produced by: Claire Endress
Co-Produced by: Jb Lalot ineoprod
Music by: Jon Hopkins (with King Creosote “Immunity”)
Piano and Strings Arrangements: Clement Simounet
Sound Editing: Jean-Philippe Boinot
Narrated by: Sarah Cavalli
“What do we want to pass on to future generations?
A mother encourages her child to be to look at our complex world with a different light.
MySon is a short film, shot in Vanuatu Islands, with a strong message of tolerance, humanity and kindness.”
“View From A Blue Moon” is a Cinematic Short Surf Film Trailer Featuring John Florence and Directed By Blake Vincent Kueny.
Filmed and Directed by: Blake Vincent Kueny
Created by and Starring: John Florence
Produced by: Brain Farm Cinema
Narrated by: John C. Reilly
Original Music by: Jack Johnson
“See the sport of surfing as it’s never been captured before in John Florence and Blake Vincent Kueny’s second signature release, in association with award-winning film studio, Brain Farm. The first surf film shot entirely in 4K, View From a Blue Moon follows the world’s most dynamic surfer John Florence and his closest friends from his home on the North Shore of Oahu to his favorite surfing destinations around the globe. From the dreamy blue perfection of the South Pacific to the darkest uncharted waters of Africa (and everywhere in between), Florence faces a broad spectrum of emotions as he continues to seal his legacy as one of the most gifted surfers ever. And while the young Hawaiian is pulled in increasingly different directions, there is no form of pressure that will keep him from his ultimate goal — to redefine what is possible in the ocean.”