Tag Archives: Tasmania

“Three Capes”: A Cinematic Poem Short Film Promo In Tasmania Directed By Justin McMillan (2015)

“Three Capes” is a Cinematic Poem Short Film Promo For Tourism Tasmania Directed By Justin McMillan.

Directed by:  Justin McMillan

Music by:  Johnny Green, Rumble Studios

Director of Photography:  Ben Shirley

Three Capes Cinematic Poem Short Film Promo For Tourism Tasmania Directed by Justin McMillan 2015

Agency:  JimJam
Production House:  Drum Creation
Produced by:   Michael McInerney
Edited by:  Joelle Baudet

Three Capes Cinematic Poem Short Film Promo For Tourism Tasmania Directed by Justin McMillan in 2015

“(This)… commercial promotes The Three Capes Track – a stunning new walking track around the Tasman Peninsular, located southeast of Hobart.”

“As a coastal destination, Tasmania is stunning. It’s just as visually spectacular as some of our more well known tourism traps and I feel like we are revealing one of the country’s best-kept secrets.”

Article on the filming:  http://www.campaignbrief.com/2015/09/freelance-commercial-director-1.html

Website:  http://justinmcmillan.com/work

“New Light”: A Cinematic Time-Lapse Promo Short Film For Holden In Tasmania Directed By Timothy Melville (2014)

“New Light” is a cinematic time-lapse promotional short film for Holden Automotive  shot in Tasmania directed by Timothy Melville.

Director: Timothy Melville

Cinematographer: Nathan Kaso
Production Assistant: Christina Remnant
Composer: Tom Day

Production company: The Story Lab

Creative agency: Isobar
Creative Director: Dave Budge
Strategist: Hayley Rose
Account Manager: Nick Hardie-Grant
Art Director: Tom Kearney

Earlier this year myself and director Timothy Melville were sent to Tasmania by automotive brand Holden with a couple of cars to make a time-lapse film featuring the new Cruze Z Series model. The southern latitude, high altitude and low population made this the perfect location to capture unpolluted night skies.

We travelled over 2,000km through the barren hills of Queenstown, to the vibrant streets of Hobart and finished on the dolomite plateau of Ben Lomond National Park. During the seven nights on location we captured nearly 20,000 still images, shooting from dusk until dawn and averaged just 4 hours sleep per day.

We used two Elinchrom Ranger RX kits to capture the car in total darkness on the banks of Lake Burbury. The consistency of light and long battery life made these lights ideal for capturing the car in time-lapse under the milky way.

Equipment:
Canon 5D Mark III
Sigma 35mm f/1.4 ART, Canon 17-40mm f/4L, 24-105mm f/4L
Dynamic Perception Stage One 6′ motorised slider
Emotimo TB3 Black motion control head
Elinchrom Ranger RX Speed AS lights
Manfrotto heavy-duty suction mounts