Tag Archives: World War II

“Letters Home – Eric Ravilious”: A Cinematic Poem Short Film Directed By Andy Williams (2019)

“Letters Home – Eric Ravilious” is a Cinematic Poem Short Film Directed By Andy Williams.

Produced, Written and Directed by: Andy Williams

Letters Home - Eric Ravilious Cinematic Poem Short Film Directed By Andy Williams (2019) 

 

Editing and Cinematography: James King
Co-Writer: Selso Xisto
Graphics by: Simon Kristall
Audio Recording by: Offset Audio
Production Company: Vamonos Productions

Letters Home - Eric Ravilious Cinematic Poem Short Film Directed By Andy Williams (2019) 

Actress (Tirzah Garwood): Nia Roberts

Voice of Eric Ravilious: Tom Bateman

Letters Home - Eric Ravilious Cinematic Poem Short Film Directed By Andy Williams (2019) 

“The Illustrator, designer and painter, Eric Ravilious, became a war artist in 1939. This film is inspired by the letters he wrote home to his wife and fellow artist Tirzah Garwood.”

Letters Home - Eric Ravilious Cinematic Poem Short Film Directed By Andy Williams (2019) 

It was more lovely than words can say,
Flying over the moors today in an open plane.
Just floating on great, curly clouds.
Perfectly still and cool.

The lighthouse at Beachy Head,
An immense bar of light is
Splendid and must be done.

How I love the South Downs in winter.
I love its definite shapes, its
Bleached greens and browns so attuned
To the stiff brush of my watercolors.

Letters Home - Eric Ravilious Cinematic Poem Short Film Directed By Andy Williams (2019) 

Watch the “long version” below:

Letters Home - Eric Ravilious Cinematic Poem Short Film Directed By Andy Williams (2019) 

Website: https://www.behance.net/vamonos

“A Pacific Odyssey”: Cinematic Poem Short Film Second World War Tribute Directed By Neal Howland (2019)

“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

A Pacific Odyssey Cinematic Poem Short Film Directed by Neal Howland (2019)

Music by: Ryan Taubert (“We Wish It Was Never Light”)

A Pacific Odyssey Cinematic Poem Short Film Directed by Neal Howland (2019)

“United we stand. Divided we fall.
Divided the Dark ages return.
United we can save and guide the world.”

Winston Churchill (1941)

A Pacific Odyssey Cinematic Poem Short Film Directed by Neal Howland (2019)

“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.

A Pacific Odyssey Cinematic Poem Short Film Directed by Neal Howland (2019)

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.”

A Pacific Odyssey Cinematic Poem Short Film Directed by Neal Howland (2019)

Archival footage: archive.org

A Pacific Odyssey Cinematic Poem Short Film Directed by Neal Howland (2019)
Sir Winston Churchill speeches: archive.org/details/Winston_Churchill 

A Pacific Odyssey Cinematic Poem Short Film Directed by Neal Howland (2019)

Website: https://www.nealhowland.com/

“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

“Where Heroes Have Flown”: Cinematic Poem Promotional Short Film For Yankee Air Museum By Michael B. Chait (2013)

They are our country’s greatest generation who answered the call of freedom in one of history’s most epic battles. This short film from director Michael B. Chait celebrates those men and the machines that carried them to victory and promotes the Yankee Air Museum, whose mission is to preserve the history of these flying machines and the men who made them famous.

Written, Produced and Directed by:   MICHAEL B. CHAIT

Director of Photography:   WESTLEY GATHRIGHT

Production Company:   TMU PICTURES LLC

Music by:   MICHAEL KRAMER

Co-Producers:  ROB KOHN / SEAN MILLER / KARA JOY REED

Assistant Director:  SEAN MILLER

Assistant Camera:  MITCH BUSS

Edited by:   MICHAEL B. CHAIT

Aviation Consultant:  STEVEN M. CHAIT

Narrator:   MICHAEL DORN

Website:  http://www.yankeeairmuseum.org