Directed by Vrishub Merai
Elements – Krimson (Official Music Video) exclusively filmed on Kodiak, Alaska
Standard YouTube Licence
Shoot was between 2 cameras to created a hall of mirrors effect in a washed colour glow across the band members. The video was the product of Helena’s direction to create a current nostalgia through lights, angles and smoke machines.
Helena Papageorgiou is a video producer, illustrator and animator. Helena’s music videos incorporate various stylistic mediums to convey a sense of visual immersement. Combining these allows for a visual metamorphosis, condensation of form and meaning.
Helena is interested in exploring this in her music video production and animation which integrates mu
Directed by Seth Grimgart
The centerpiece of this film is a live performance of a scene from the 1607 edition of the libretto for Monteverdi’s “L’Orfeo” (no music extant). It has been enhanced with studio and location video, archival performance art footage, a percussion track and old 78s of Greek tavern songs. Introducing this eventually evolved into a TV show which became part of the sequence. The clown at the beginning (demonstrating the “clown turn”) is from the live show. Clowning, transvestitism and crude humor appeared in Monteverdi’s works (pre-figuring Commedia dell’Arte) often extraneous to the plot. All of this is an attempt to capture the spirit of Venetian opera of the era,
Born in town of “Two Egg” on the Florida panhandle; educated sporadically at Tulane and FSU before heading north during the great radical migration. In New York, worked as artist (storyboards for ad agencies), actor (Manhattan Theatre Club, La Mama,etc., NJ Shakespeare Festival, Judson Poets, PBS TV, WBAI radio, summer stock etc.) Original works at the Public Theatre and under the auspices of Composers Collaborative, Inc and The Genesius Guild. Long running Village variety series “Ave. A Conspiracy” which the Voice called “…a lower east side vaudevillian extravaganza…” and termed Grimgart “the prince of perversion himself.”
Creating video is a realization. Clips are objects to assemble in a design on the screen like a collage. Images overlap, sounds blend and the real story emerges. Of course, it takes real writing, real camerawork and real acting to get that all that started.
Taken from debut album ‘About Time’ out now via The Big Oil Recording Company. Stream: http://bit.ly/2p8DmXn
Music by GENTS
Written and directed: Rasmus K. Petersen
Cinematography: Carl August Jansson
Producer: Robin Hounisen
Production design: Ane Cornelia Pade
Editor and effects: Oliver Jeppe Hagde
Make-up artist: Nadja Sanimuinaq Hansen
Assistent camera: Mads Elsass
Production design assistents: Jamilla Mahmoud Henriques & Lucille Groos
1AD: Sarah Jane Redmond
Abel Nørgaard Dalum
Zelma Feldman Lewerissa
Alba Akvama Hoffmeyer
Daniel Shamitha Bendtsen
Bo Hollenberg Jørgensen
Nina Terese Rask
Big thanks to:
Bo Hollenberg Jørgensen
Martin Paarup Hansen
Brian Raaby Andersen
Andrea Therese Kaaber
Ved Amagerport 7
Contact Rasmus Petersen, Ophav Film at firstname.lastname@example.org
Szimonetta was born in Hungary in 1996. She went to study multimedia design abroad and also spent a semester studying at the University of Worcester. There she studied combined courses, such as film production and graphic design. During her time at the English university she produced Paradox as one of the projects. She travelled to Ukraine to make the film happen.
You are never too young to start filming.
The camera lens is able to give a visible expression of feelings that are often impossible to articulate. This short film is an attempt to use sensory imagery to explore and reflect the world of distorted reality brought on by an anxiety attack. A crippling bout of anxiety can strike at any time and without warning, and can change the way one views the world in profound ways. Anxiety alters attention and consciousness, twisting reality into a grotesque, emotionally charged image. To the anxious, the world is an unhappy place of stifling emptiness and persistent disorientation were ordinary things no longer make sense, and the universe is governed by some hostile alien logic. This is a bleak chronicle of an inward journey into that disquieting world.