Shot with a CineStar 6, NEX 7 and 18-55 lens.
Joy the Baker at Cafe Du Monde. New Orleans, Louisiana.
James Carville and Mary Matalin host a special dinner with chef John Besh to talk about all things New Orleans.
Published April 29, 2011
This original Reel Miami short film follows Mason (Eric Aragon) and Kassandra (Elisabetta Fantone) as they visit Miami for the weekend. Their adventure begins when they pick up the wrong luggage at the airport and are exposed to a side of Miami not many people are aware of. Directed by Carlos Gutierrez, the film provides you with a look at Miami Beach through the eyes of our main characters.
The Reel Miami Project - Discover Miami through short films.
Somewhere beyond the sea a group of dear friends gathered to celebrate Brian’s 40th Birthday. Mike Atwood Films captured it beautifully! Magic.
About the Project
An homage to North America’s most European city
In 1953, Alfred Hitchcock and his Hollywood crew flew to a small French Canadian town called Quebec. There, they filmed one of the “Master of Suspense” most underrated movies: “I, Confess”.
Hitchcock said he chose Quebec City mostly for convenient reasons. It was a perfect substitute for his beloved Paris with its Gothic churches and Old World charm. The French Canadian city was a cinematic natural.
Founded in 1608 by Samuel de Champlain, Quebec is one of the oldest cities in North America and definitely has a European feel to it.
More than 30 years after the filming of “I, Confess”, I began a fascination for Alfred Hitchcock’s suspenseful and masterful movies. I was thrilled and even surprised to find out that he shot one of them in my hometown and for the most part not very far from where I lived as a young boy. It inspired me to rediscover my city.
Armed with my camera and a good winter coat, I braved the frozen winter months and began filming scenes of my own. With Hitchcock’s movie soundtracks in my headphones, I walked every street corner and looked everywhere for the perfect point of view of Quebec. What came out of my quest was my first time lapse piece. An homage to “Hitch” but also an homage to my hometown: “La Vieille Capitale”.
Camera: Canon 5D Mark II
Lenses: Canon 24 II, Canon 135, Canon 70-200
Music by Bernard Herrmann
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Ciné Institute founder, David Belle’s film “Naturally Haiti” is a visual parade of color, creativity and ingenuity. Surrounded by the decay and rubble of 2010’s earthquake. Belle searches out and finds creation in the midst of destruction as Haitian artisans take what raw materials are naturally available to transform them into beauty crafts that resonate with the cultural richness of Haiti. As the film opens, Donna Karan searches the island for handcrafted treasure, hitting pay dirt off the beaten track, surrounded by the natural beauty of Haiti and the beautiful faces of its people.
Nous avons visité Haïti à plusieurs reprises en 2012 et 2013.
Nous sommes depuis littéralement tombés sous le charme de « la perle des Antilles ». Authentique et colorée, c’est une île riche de son histoire et de sa diversité qui ne peut laisser indifférent le voyageur qui en fait l’expérience.
Nous partageons sur cette chaîne nos souvenirs inédits récoltés durant nos voyages et informations relatives à Haïti. Notre collectif de touristes indépendants bénéficie du soutien du ministère du tourisme en Haïti.
Nous sommes là pour échanger et partager nos « bons plans » avec un objectif : vous faire découvrir la face inexplorée d’Haïti.
Alors ne soyez pas timides et prenez part à l’aventure !
Partagez vous aussi votre expérience Haïtienne, les pépites découvertes, les lieux inexplorés, les activités à ne pas manquer sur notre page facebook facebook.com/ouihaiti et notre site internet ouihaiti.com
Here is most of the footage that I captured when I went to Haiti in the Fall. I’d like to give a huge thanks to Martin Weiss for giving me the opportunity to go to Haiti. I had the time of my life down there, and if you ever get the opportunity to go somewhere like this, please do not pass it up.
Facebook Page: facebook.com/George.B.Watts
Filmed & Edited by: George Watts
Edited by Bronques
FEATURING PHANTOGRAM & SKRILLEX
“Hot Chick”, Uffie
“Make A Fist”, Phantogram
“Cinema”/ “With You, Friends (Long Drive)”, Skrillex (Live In NYC)
This video documents Rime’s latest trip down to Miami for last years Art Basel. Taking on a long stretch of space, Rime attempts to expand on a repetitive theme popular among graffiti bombers.
For behind the scenes of how Mr. Green made custom beats using video footage from Miami,
check out: youtu.be/IXiwuNQpAn4
Miami. The city they say where neon goes to die. Three friends and a camera try to capture the spirit of Art Basel. But away from the pomp and guestlists they found a place that is free for all. bbb-mag.com/story/wynwood/
Joey Elgersma instagram.com/joeyelgersma
Dennis Branko instagram.com/dennisbranko
For anotherslang.com anotherslang.tumblr.com
Director, Camera, Editor Stephan Wever instagram.com/stephanwever
Via Bart Hendrikx - Written by Paul Weatherall cargocollective.com/richtea/
Narrated by Terry Burns
Final Mix Jonathan Wulfes parasol-island.com
Music by King Britt & Oneohtrix Point Never
Bart Hendrikx, Paul Weatherall, Austin Paul, SBTRKT, Danny Brown, Fa’ Empel, Merlin Bronques, Chance The Rapper, A-Trak, Trick Daddy, Jason Odio, Noah Becker, Lary, King Britt, Oneohtrix Point Never,Terry Burns, Wendy Lee, Simon Wilkinson, Karl Heinz Müller, Alex Groth, Nils Hartmann, Moritz von Schrötter,Henrik Alm, Jonathan Wulfes, Girl dancing on the van, all the artists and people on the streets of Wynwood. We love you!
Miami Restaurants: Lure Fishbar South Beach