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1. LoveStories - Chapter One, Bo

LoveStories - Chapter One, Bo

The video gives insight into a loving relationship from the point of view of 'the boyfriend'. Little details, stupid things, and charming elements are the things why he's in love with her, even when that means eating kebab, walking into metro gates, and acting out the same film scene every single day. Credits: Bo: Bo Maerten Written and directed by: Caroline Koning Creative Direction: Iman Whitfield Director of Photography: Kevin Boitelle Executive producer: Iman Whitfield Field producer: Maxime van Namen Edited by: Caroline Koning, Kevin Boitelle Colour Grading: Remi Lindenhovius Voice Over: Matthieu Thierry Antoine Jansen Recorded at: Edwin Rath / Studio Badabeng Translated by: Wara Juana Gutierrez Mamani Special Thanks to: Tomek Whitfield Allen Grygierczyk Hidde Schroder Jazz Rath

2. Love in the Time of Advertising

Love in the Time of Advertising

An animated musical love story about a young man who lives inside a billboard and is charged with updating the advertisements. When he falls in love with a beautiful lady living across the highway, he has to use the only method he knows to get his message across - advertising. Production information Work Name: Love in the Time of Advertising Language: English Running time: approx. 8 minutes Production Country: USA Co-written, co-directed by: David Bokser & Matt Berenty Produced by: Kevin Shapiro, Matt Berenty & David Bokser Production company: Wolf & Crow( and Obsolete Robot Music composition and vocals: Hunter Curra Contact the film-makers at

3. Maestro Knows - Special Edition (Kevin Love)

  • Published: 2011-04-20T09:26:26+00:00
  • Duration: 786
  • By Maestro Knows
Maestro Knows - Special Edition (Kevin Love)

In this episode of Maestro Knows follow Levi to Minneapolis where he catches up with Kevin Love for the Timberwolves last game of the season. From gambling at Manny's for breakfast, to Kevin's workout, shootaround with Diddy, running into BJ The Chicago Kid, and Maestro being awarded his own official NBA jersey this serves as the longest episode of Maestro Knows yet. Watch to see if he finally got his dunk!


  • Published: 2015-03-16T15:20:13+00:00
  • Duration: 890
  • By PostPanic

Mischa Rozema and PostPanic Pictures' debut film project SUNDAYS completes a first step towards its Feature Film goal with the release of this ambitious proof-of-concept short. Much-anticipated and widely-supported by the international creative community (over 50K US Dollars was donated on Kickstarter alone for the live action filming part in Mexico City), SUNDAYS is directed by Mischa Rozema. Set in Mexico City sometime in the future and starring US actor Brian Petsos and Mexican actress Sofia Sisniega, SUNDAYS is an ambitious philosophical science-fiction proof-of-concept short. The end of the world seems like a nightmare to Ben. A memory of a past life that doesn’t belong to him. When Ben starts to remember Isabelle, the only love he’s ever known, he realises she’s missing in his life. An existential descent into confusion and the desperate need to find out the truth begins. This reality depicts a stunning, surprising and dark world. A world that is clearly not his. story & directed by MISCHA ROZEMA - cast BRIAN PETSOS - SOFIA SISNIEGA - score composed by BEN LUKAS BOYSEN - director of photography JON GAUTE ESPEVOLD edited by MISCHA ROZEMA - vfx supervisor IVOR GOLDBERG - co-producer mexico STACY PERSKIE KANISS - production designer mexico ROBERTO BONELLI associate producer ANNEJES VAN LIEMPD - screenplay by KEVIN KOEHLER - sound designer JOCHEN MADER - producers ANIA MARKHAM - JULES TERVOORT



WAY OUT THERE. Written by Grayson Schaffer is: Anson Fogel, Owner // Director // Writer Tim Kemple, Owner // Director // Photographer Renan Ozturk, Owner // Director // DP Stevie Meier, Executive Producer Kristin Lane, Studio Manager Sharon Lew, New Business Kevin Bennett, Editor/Director Rudy Lehfeldt Ehlinger, Tech Director Thank you deeply to the Ad Agencies, Cam Ops, AC's, Sound Men and Women, Wardrobe Artists, Set Designers, Gaffers, Grips, Fixers, Customs Agents, Drivers, Pilots, Focus Pullers, Colorists, and especially, Clients - who enable us to do what we love every day. You know who you are. Hugs. for inquiries

6. When We Were Knights

  • Published: 2016-05-18T01:23:29+00:00
  • Duration: 715
  • By GoPro
When We Were Knights

How can you express everything that you want to somebody you love, knowing that if you don't, that might be the last opportunity that you have? That is a reality that we all face, but for BASE jumpers, the risk of death sometimes results in something amazing and unexpected - love. This is the real story of a pure love between two friends in the face of risk and tragedy. Although we don’t normally publish content that is not shot 100% GoPro, Camp4 Collective Director, Anson Fogel, reached out to us to let us know that he simply could not have created this piece had it not been for the archival GoPro footage that was captured over the years. We are proud to share his beautiful story here. A GoPro / Camp4 Collective Production Directed and Edited by Anson Fogel Primary Footage by Matt Blank and Ian Flanders Produced by GoPro and Camp4 Collective Music by Keith Kenniff / Sound Mix by Jeffrey Yellen / Color by Anson Fogel Additional Footage Courtesy of: Sean Chuma, Renan Ozturk, Joey Schusler, Kevin Bennett, Donald Schulz, Mike Naddor, Dan Dupuis Also appearing: Brenden Weinstein, Matthew Kenney, Cengiz Cocak, Jill Kuzman, Domonique LaFleur, Charles Kurlinkus, Dan Dupuis "To Much Time On My Hands" by Styx, Copyright 1981 A&M REcords, Courtesy Universal Music Group All words written and spoken by Matt Blank are solely his without other authorship. For more from GoPro, follow us: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: Tumblr: Pinterest: Vine:

7. FOXTROTT - Driven [Official Music Video]

  • Published: 2015-05-18T17:59:45+00:00
  • Duration: 202
  • By Kevin Calero
FOXTROTT - Driven [Official Music Video] Since shooting this in September 2014, FOXTROTT has gone on to sign to prestigious record label . We are happy to finally being able to share this labor of love. A Street Parade Production Directed by Kevin Calero [Street Parade] Choreographer -Wynn Holmes [Street Parade] Creative Director - FOXTROTT Director of Photography - Kiel Milligan Stylist - Avery Plewes Assistant Stylist - Richard Autio Hair + Make Up - Camelle Roza Dancers - Chad Concepcion + Jossua Collin 1st AD - Vivian Lin [Midnight Print Studios] 1st Assistant Camera - Marianna Angotti Gaffer - Anya Shore Grip - Briana Blades DMT - Lars Strand [Day1] + Alvin Sun [Day 2] VFX - Marta Aguilar Editor - Kevin Calero Assistant Editor - Cedric Laurenty Line Producer - Vivian Lin [Midnight Print Studios] Production Coordinator - Andrea Reagan [Midnight Print Studios] Producer - Nico Archambault [Street Parade] All music by - FOXTROTT

8. "CITY OF LAKES" Wedding Concept Trailer

There are many ways to tell a story, and so much a Hindu wedding symbolizes. It was our hope to explore these themes in a far more dramatic way than we felt possible in a traditional documentary, and tell an engaging true love story filled with far more than meets the eye. Melissa & Samir's incredible journey to Udaipur fulfilled a lifelong dream of being married in India. This transcendent place, affectionately called the "City of Lakes," would be the setting for their extravagant three-day wedding celebration and the backdrop of an unprecedented Pacific Pictures wedding film production. "City of Lakes" is the first ever live event scripted concept film created on this scale. It combines Melissa & Samir's real live wedding with a scripted production, which aims to tell their true life love story in the most engaging way possible. Enjoy the trailer for "City of Lakes" and be sure to watch the full-length wedding concept video. Pacific Pictures presents “City of Lakes” Starring Rushad Rana, Anubhab Saha, and Sharon Chawda Written & Directed by Kevin Shahinian Produced by Kevin Shahinian & Patrick Moreau Line Producer Pravin Thakur Director of Photography Patrick Moreau 2nd Unit Director Joe Simon 2nd Unit Steadicam Casey Warren Film Editor Kevin Shahinian

9. Pausefest Melbourne - Director's cut

Pausefest Melbourne - Director's cut

Personal Project The vision of Pausefest Melbourne. Download in 4K : Color Tutorial AE : Brightling - Music Composition / Production and Sound Design Jaclyn Blumas - Voiceover Sander van Dijk - Concept / Motion Design Inspired by the perspectives of: Remco Janssen, Martijn Hogenkamp, Kevin Megens, Menno Fokma, Koen Oosterbroek, Wesley Wittkamper, Anatol Kushpèta Reach out, Share and Demonstrate each other to grow and get better at what we love to do. I loved working on this project and want to share some of its insights on how I approached to color the elements. Go to to download the tutorial. Leave a comment there if you find it helpful and if you see more possibilities for improvement from your unique perspective! Artists need to visit Pause Fest: Connect to others, to gain knowledge in order to grow. Every artist has a unique story to tell about his or her style and perspective, by allowing individual stories to be shared, Creatives grow individually and together as everybody learns from one another. This animation visualizes exactly that concept in a very abstract way. 99% of this animation is vector and continues rasterized. Every element in the scene is the same size and but put to gather in different ratios. Expression where used to keep the colors dynamic by creating a texture library. ( See tutorial ) Desktop Magazine: "Your thoughts on why motion designers are so willing to work for love and participate in festivals like this?" Because motion designers believe in their work. They do it for the love of it. Pause Fest is a free platform to experiment with, try new things and for people to become better at what they do. Working for love is the only real satisfying element in this work and it gives you the energy to go on and make the next piece your best piece ever. Artists need a space where they can take the time to communicate to each other and get back to that core issue of why we are doing this. What are we spending your valuable time on? What are we communicating? The festival is a moment to pause! and share what you've learned with other unique designers out there in order to grow, get inspired and learn a whole lot yourself.

10. Small Little Things

  • Published: 2014-05-29T16:32:33+00:00
  • Duration: 706
  • By jared hogan
Small Little Things

Set in the stark backdrop of an American suburban winter, Small Little Things follows the story of two teenagers as they meet and fall in love. A dreamy, surreal portrait of young love, shifting between fantasy and memory. 2014 Official Selection at the Raindance Film Festival 2014 Official Selection at the Indie Memphis Film Festival 2013 Official Selection at the Bradford International Film Festival Starring Rachel Middleton and Christofer J. Hardee Written and Directed by Jared Hogan Executive Producer Kevin Thomas Produced by Jared Hogan Associate Producer Justin Robinson Cinematography by Ben Joyner Edited by Jared Hogan Graded by Steven Lester Compositing by Ryan Davies Original Music by Joel Khouri (with Drake Margolnick and Joel Willis) Sound by Jeremiah Clever Art Director Eric Hurtgen Gaffer Brent Christy Key Grip Josh Jones Special Thanks to Mack, Meredith and Harvey Brock and Maria, Winnie and Olive Shot on Canon C300 Vintage Canon L Series lenses (24mm, 35mm, 50mm, 85mm) 35mm Cinegrain (

11. Cartoon Network ID Bumpers

Cartoon Network ID Bumpers

6 Cartoon Network ID Bumpers. Director: Nathan Love Creative Director: Joe Burrascano Executive Producer: James Braddock Head of Production: Derrick Huang Producer: Dennis Samatulski Art Direction/Animation Direction: Kevin Fitzgerald Concept/Design: Who-Fu(Magico+Masayoshi Nakamura) 2D Animation: Masayoshi Nakamura, Stieg Retlin, Mike Liu, Pasquale Ricotta

12. Scrapbook


Rollerblading / Animation / Edit: Kevin McGloughlin Camera: Paraic McGloughlin Song : Nada - Amore Disperato Hello good people. Been a long while since I posted anything of me on the roller boots. I haven't been skating much lately but managed to scrape up a few tricks for this short rollerblading animation...was fun! nothing serious :) Mostly leftovers from other rollerblading projects, but a fair few of the tricks are new.......ish. and all the animation is fresh! Hope you enjoy the rotoblading. Podge filmed every trick apart from two of them. Conor Manweiler and Peter Martin filmed the others. Big thanks to Conor and the Kaltik family. Much love to Kaltik. Kevin

13. First and Final Frames

First and Final Frames

What can we learn by examining only the first and final shot of a film? This video plays the opening and closing shots of 55 films side-by-side. Some of the opening shots are strikingly similar to the final shots, while others are vastly different--both serving a purpose in communicating various themes. Some show progress, some show decline, and some are simply impactful images used to begin and end a film. View Part 2 here: MUSIC: "Any Other Name" by Thomas Newman Films used (in order of appearance): The Tree of Life 00:00 The Master 00:09 Brokeback Mountain 00:15 No Country for Old Men 00:23 Her 00:27 Blue Valentine 00:30 Birdman 00:34 Black Swan 00:41 Gone Girl 00:47 Kill Bill Vol. 2 00:53 Punch-Drunk Love 00:59 Silver Linings Playbook 01:06 Taxi Driver 01:11 Shutter Island 01:20 Children of Men 01:27 We Need to Talk About Kevin 01:33 Funny Games (2007) 01:41 Fight Club 01:47 12 Years a Slave 01:54 There Will be Blood 01:59 The Godfather Part II 02:05 Shame 02:10 Never Let Me Go 02:17 The Road 02:21 Hunger 02:27 Raging Bull 02:31 Cabaret 02:36 Before Sunrise 02:42 Nebraska 02:47 Frank 02:54 Cast Away 03:01 Somewhere 03:06 Melancholia 03:11 Morvern Callar 03:18 Take this Waltz 03:21 Buried 03:25 Lord of War 03:32 Cape Fear 03:38 12 Monkeys 03:45 The World According to Garp 03:50 Saving Private Ryan 03:57 Poetry 04:02 Solaris (1972) 04:05 Dr. Strangelove 04:11 The Astronaut Farmer 04:16 The Piano 04:21 Inception 04:26 Boyhood 04:31 Whiplash 04:37 Cloud Atlas 04:43 Under the Skin 04:47 2001: A Space Odyssey 04:51 Gravity 04:57 The Searchers 05:03 The Usual Suspects 05:23 Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.

14. BLOOD PULLS A GUN // Short Film

  • Published: 2015-08-30T22:46:39+00:00
  • Duration: 1089
  • By Ben Briand

15. Kool Keith X MF Doom - “SuperHero”

  • Published: 2016-10-17T04:01:05+00:00
  • Duration: 217
  • By Kris Merc
Kool Keith X MF Doom - “SuperHero”

The FADER Premiere: IMVDb The Best Music Videos of 2016 Top 50: Screened @ Cutout Fest 2016 Viewmonster Showing Boiler Room Weekender: Everybody is a Star, Music Videos from Creators of Color Screening @ Animation Block Party 2017 Director: Kris Merc Animation Studio: Aardman Nathan Love Executive Producer: Joe Burrascano CG Director: Eric Cunha CG Artists: Triston Huang, Jin Fang Jiang Animator: Thomas Shek Designer: Kevin Li EDITBAR Editor: Michael Reuter Cel Animation: Tyler Dibiasio CD Vinyl iTunes Amazon Bandcamp

16. VANS Rebeljam 2012 Spain

  • Published: 2012-10-09T09:35:31+00:00
  • Duration: 272
  • By Vans Europe
VANS Rebeljam 2012 Spain

The world’s top BMX riders gathered in Tossa de Mar, Spain this weekend, 5-7 October, to ride the Street, Flatland, Park and Dirt features of the incredible Europark set up during the 6th Annual Vans Rebel Jam. Results: PARK Hard Trick Award 1. Andy Buckworth 2. Daniel Sandoval 3. Ben Hennon 4. Vince Byron 5. Maxime Charveron 6. Kevin Peraza 7. Todd Meyn 8. Harry Main 9. Jack Watts 10. Mark Webb Creative Award 1.Gary Young 2.Ben Hennon 3.Maxime Charveron 4.Tobi Wicke 5.Mark Webb 6.Kevin Peraza 7.Bass Keep 8.Kevin Kalkoff 9.Daniel Sandoval 10.Rob Darden Style Award 1. Kevin Kalkoff 2. Bas Keep 3. Daniel Sandoval 4. Gary Young 5. Ben Hennon 6. Kevin Peraza 7. Maxime Charveron 8. Rob Darden 9. Harry Main 10. Danie Penafiel STREET 1. Dan Lacey 2. Bruno Hoffmann 3. Diogo Santos 4. Ed Zunda 5. Dakota Roche 6. Ola Selsjord 7. David Budko 8. Diego Navarro 9. Vasya Lukyanenko 10. Andres Lainevool DIRT Hard Trick Award 1. Daniel Sandoval 2. Rob Darden 3. David Godziek 4. Andy Buckworth 5. Ben Hennon 6. Mark Love 7. Kevin Peraza 8. Lima Eltham 9. Jeremy Muller 10. Gary Young Style Award 1.Daniel Sandoval 2.Dan Foley 3.Kevin Kalkoff 4.Lima Eltham 5. Rob Darden 6.Kye Forte 7.Jeremy Muller 8.Kevin Peraza 9.Ben Hennon 10.Gary Young FLAT Hard Trick Award 1.Alexis Desolneux 2.Jesse Puente 3.Dez Maarsen 4.Matthias Dandois 5.Guelo Monzon Creative Award 1.Jesse Puente 2.Albert Moya 3.Alexis Desolneux 4.Matthias Dandois 5.Thomas Noyer Style Award 1.Matthias Dandois 2.Jesse Puente 3.Kevin Nikulski 4.Thomas Noyer 5.Aleksi Ritsilä

17. Red Cafe - Heart and Soul of New York City by K1X

  • Published: 2010-04-30T18:49:58+00:00
  • Duration: 254
  • By K1X
Red Cafe - Heart and Soul of New York City by K1X

Red Cafe & Pete Rock "THE HEART & SOUL OF NEW YORK CITY" A K1X film by Kevin Couliau Yes, it's about that time. Rain, sleet and snow have made way for the sun, long evenings and fresh sneakers. Early may, when Europe's hardwood champions have been crowned and the NBA playoffs shift into full gear, marks the inofficial start of the real basketball season: the streetball season! That's when reputations are made, nicknames are born and every ballplayer naturally gravitates towards that "thump", "thump" sound of his or her home court. Playground basketball is where it all started. Playground basketball is where talent is honed and friendships are made. It's where neighborhoods gather and where skills and sweat are a currency. That's especially true for the mecca of basketball, New York City. Nowhere else do streetball tournaments, players and games attract a quasi-religious following. Dollars, pride and bragging rights are on the line. Believe the hype! The idea for a visual love letter to NY basketball was born when Red Cafe's unreleased track "Heart & Soul" established itself as an instant office-favorite at K1X headquarters in Munich (Germany) last spring. Niels Jager (K1X Go-To Guy): "The tune was on replay 24/7. And one day it hit us: let's build a statue for NYC streetball!" Red Cafe's ode to the city that never sleeps is a Pete Rock production that boasts all the makings of a hip hop classic. K1X, who has been active in the outfitting of several high profile NYC streetball tournaments for several years, was all the more surprised to find out that this beast of a tune was not yet a prime focus of Red Cafe's record label. Shake Down quickly agreed to let K1X shoot a poetic clip for the song, whose lyrics are a glowing personification of K1X's appreciation for street basketball: The Heart & Soul of New York City. French streetball documentarist Kevin Couliau (Asphalt Chronicles), who spent the summer of 2009 in the five boroughs hunting down supreme blacktop action, was a natural choice to capture the raw essence of NYC and its rich streetball culture. As was the Canon 5D Mark II as Couliau's weapon of choice. Art director / director / producer Thibaut de Longeville (director of the acclaimed "Just For Kicks" sneaker culture documentary) and motion graphic designer Vincent Dumond of 360 Creative in Paris added their visual expertise to the project and took care of elegant motion graphics and bona fide post production. The outcome of this work will celebrate its world premiere on May 1st 2010 on The clip features action from K1X affiliated tournaments in Harlem ("Together We Chill" and "Kingdome Classic") and the Lower East Side ("Lower Manhattan Classic") as well as a variety of other city courts and an impressive array of cameos by iconic players, opinion leading heads and a bunch of regular dudes. Bobbito Garcia, who got an early preview of the clip last winter had this to say: "It's so beautiful, man. It's snowing tonight but it made me look forward to the coming summer months again." World Premiere: Witness "The Heart & Soul of New York City" on May 1st 2010 on! Credits: Concept by Papa Neal & Fu for K1X. Track by Red Cafe & Pete Rock, Cinematography, Direction & Edit by Kevin Couliau (Asphalt Chronicles), Art Direction by Thibaut de Longeville, Motion Graphic Design by Vincent Dumond and Post Production by 360 Creative (Paris) feat. Red Cafe, "Miles High", "The Franchise", "Anti-Freeze", "Special FX", "Best Kept Secret", "Headache", "Black Diamond", "The Pirate", John Starks, Bobbito “Kool Bob Love” Garcia, KRS-1, Stay High 149...



Sixteen dancers summon their fertility goddess in a virtual ocean paradise. DIRECTED BY Michael Langan and Najeeb Tarazi From the album Falling Inside on Badman Recording Co. More about the technique: POST PRODUCER Dan Goodman MULTI-KINECT EXECUTIVE PRODUCER Alex Tarrant CAMERA OPERATORS Graham Baskett Lachlan Turczan Boyd Hobbs Kamell Allaway Hana Reckart Timothy Reckart BUBBLE FX Kevin McNamara DANCERS Alex Tarrant Elizabeth Forsyth Paul Sbrizzi Warren Shaeffer Alex Benzer Susie Abraham Hana Reckart Timothy Reckart Rachel Ho Sean Buckelew Jan Braunstein Jason Blynn Adrienne Smith Fran Krause Sharlene Brown Tim Rauch For Olive and Josie.

19. Kevin + Lita Wedding Cinema [Pre Wedding]

  • Published: 2013-05-22T11:43:22+00:00
  • Duration: 245
  • By Kim Jongseong
Kevin + Lita Wedding Cinema [Pre Wedding]

Title: Kevin + Lita Wedding Cinema Pre Wedding Full version This film is based on the true love story of Lita & Kevin. We all seek love. Finding your true love is one in a million. The day you find that love, luck is on your side. "Do you believe in DESTINY?" May 2013. Director : Kim Jongseong Duration: 4 minutes & 5 seconds