Making of video here! vimeo.com/kirstenlepore/makingmove
A girl journeys through a vibrant, pulsing, macrocosmic landscape, but a precipitous incident compels her to venture up a mountain in an attempt to save herself. A story about illness, perseverance, and our connection to everything around us.
Directed by Kirsten Lepore
Story/Fabrication/Animation/DP/Editing/Post by Kirsten Lepore
Sound by Kirsten Lepore & Paul Fraser
Music written & performed by Chelsea Lepore & Kirsten Lepore
Character Design Contributions by:
Laura Jane Favela
Quique Rivera Rivera
A site specific installation by Romain Tardy and Squeaky Lobster
Proyecta Oaxaca, Ethnobotanical garden of Oaxaca, Mexico
Concept & Visual design by Romain Tardy
Music composed by Squeaky Lobster
Project management & production by Nicolas Boritch
The Ark is a site specific installation, commissioned by and presented during Proyecta Oaxaca, festival de diseño y artes digitales.
The Ark is built around the cacti that line the Aljibe, at the heart of the Ethnobotanical Garden of Oaxaca.
Adopting a poetic approach, The Ark gives voice to the garden’s plants, participants in the work, the beating heart of the space and an unpredictable choir.
Telling their story, revealing their fantasised and fantastical character, The Ark is the mise-en-abîme of the trail. A three part audio-visual installation, it unfolds like a movie set in space, in which the wandering spectator plays the role of the camera.
More info at antivj.com
On the invitation of Proyecta Oaxaca, several artists from the ANTIVJ visual label have devised four visual and sonic works to be installed at the heart of the Ethnobotanical Garden in Oaxaca. Conceived of as a trail of light, these in-situ works offered the chance to (re)discover a singular and magical location in a particularly unique way – by opening the garden to the public at night.
A trail of the senses, in several variations, it also presents spectators the perspective of four artists on this atypical space, in which ancient nature and new technology come face to face, like a distant echo of the ancestral techniques that have allowed for its conservation.
The trail consisted of the following four works:
Onion Skin, by Olivier Ratsi & Thomas Vaquié
The Ark, by Romain Tardy & Squeaky Lobster
3Destruct | Oaxaca, by Yannick Jacquet, Thomas Vaquié & Jeremie Peeters
Réplica, by Laurent Delforge & Thomas Vaquié
All projects managed by Nicolas Boritch.
content director: Manuel Alcala
producer: Samuel Rivera
technical director: Azael Saenz
inFORM is a Dynamic Shape Display that can render 3D content physically, so users can interact with digital information in a tangible way. inFORM can also interact with the physical world around it, for example moving objects on the table’s surface. Remote participants in a video conference can be displayed physically, allowing for a strong sense of presence and the ability to interact physically at a distance. inFORM is a step toward our vision of Radical Atoms: tangible.media.mit.edu/vision/
By manipulating still photos from the WWF archive we created these stunning slow motion shots. We have created a stand alone film by combining the ‘parallax’ shots from 2 existing films produced by AD Hoc Films for WWF.
Producer: Daniel Glynn-adhocfilms.com
photographic credits: makeproductions.co.uk/wwf-credits
Client: Ad Hoc Films for WWF
Music: Snow Patrol “What If This Storm Ends?” (Aaron Static Remix)
SUBURBAN is a multi-faceted photography, film and installation exhibition created by artist Ian Strange. Over a two-year period Strange worked with a film crew and volunteers in Ohio, Detroit, Alabama, New Jersey, New York and New Hampshire to create, photograph and film eight site-specific interventions incorporating suburban homes. The recording of these interventions through film and photographic documentation forms the basis of a new solo exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria on July 26 and a short-film which will be released in late 2013.
27 JUL 2013 – 15 SEP, 2013
The Ian Potter Centre:
NGV Australia at Federation Square
NGV Studio, Ground Level
Produced by Amelia Phillips
Music composed by Marc Philip Earley
Interview shot and sound record by Daniel Gallagher
Grade and additional editing by Dominic Pearce
BTS footage shot by Chris Hersey, Miriam Bennet, Jessie Sara English, Jedda Andrews, Dan Gutt and Ian Strange
Shot in Ohio, Detroit, New York, New Hampshire and New Jersey, 2011-2013
Selected photographic work from ‘SUBURBAN’;
Ian Strange 2012
archival digital print
Collection of the artist, New York
© Ian Strange
Selected footage from ‘SUBURBAN’ - Multi-Channel video loop and short-film;
Artist / Director: Ian Strange
Produced by Jedda Andrews, Neena Litton
Co-Produced by Jessie Sara English
Director of Photography: A. Clint Litton
2nd Unit Director: Dan Gutt
Production Designer: Ethan Gutt
Time Lapse Photography by Dan Gutt
Post Production and Colorist: Dominic Pearce
‘SUBURBAN’ unabridged credits available on SuburbanProject.com or IanStrange.com on film and projects full release.
For more information visit IanStrange.com
A young couple’s open relationship is tested when the ‘other’ woman stays for breakfast. Now they must confront how they really feel about their arrangement.
Kelsey McNamee as MAE
Milo Cawthorne as ASH
Natasha Sims as KAYLA
Zachary Webber as ROBERT
Written and Directed by SHUCHI TALATI
Cinematography by JASPER GRANDERATH
Production Design by ELENA COZLOVSCHI
Edited by OLIVER HARWOOD
Audience Choice Award WAMM Festival 2013
Honorable Mention WAMM Festival 2013
Honorable Mention Landlocked Film Festival 2013
Cinefiesta: Puerto Rico International Short Film Festival, Atlanta Film Festival, Palm Beach International Film Festival, Crossroads Film Festival, High Falls Film Festival, Landlocked Film Festival, Queen’s World FIlm Festival, Albany Film Festival, Northern California Film Festival
I had the opportunity to co-produce and direct a YouTube web series for Red Bull Media House in 2012 called Winch Sessions. This was by far my favorite episode, and some of my crews best work. Along with amazing imagery, you get to learn how cranberries are harvested.
No berries were destroyed while making this. Cranberries are tough as hell, there was zero waste of food. As far as sanitation goes, it’s an open body of water. A few dudes in wetsuits wont hurt a thing ; )
Riders - Brian Grubb and Ben Horan
Producers - Adam Buck, Alex Horner
Executive Producers - Scott Bradfield, David Brooks, Charlie Rosene of Red Bull Media House
Director - Alex Horner
Cinematography - Ryan Taylor and Alex Horner
Assistant Camera - Brian Suerth
Field Mixer - Patrick Schaefer
Post Sound Design and Mix - Nick Mihalevich
Editor - Alex Horner
Photography - Ryan Taylor
Horner Music - Light on Blue
Tycho - Daydream