Web Film Festival of Oloron musical ad Video
This film was improvised and recorded in Paris and edited in the same day. It's a musical advert for the 4th Web Film Festival of Oloron-Ste-Marie For more info visite: http://festivaldufilmweb.free.fr
This video shows some of the often seen and rarer sites of Paris. It was shown at the Ohio Independent Film Festival. It includes a visit to Pere Lachaise cemetary that has the graves of Jim Morrison of the Doors and Fred Chopin.
An express short film shot in the Canary Islands, Spain for the La Palma Film Festival. With the music of CocoRosie.
"Why are we Why ?" is an Indie/Rock song from Fractured Persona's album "Unspoken," which is now available. This music video, artistically shot in black and white, has as it's main feature a Ghost soldier appearing in a bunker and chasing an unsuspecting passerby! It stars Ashley Cotter and Richard Banbury and was edited by Emma Ross from Aidi Design. ENJOY! for more info visit http://www.fracturedpersona.com
This is my first music video I ever shot, directed, and edited myself. It features me and Shani-T and Dash from Fam. The Song is titled "Get It CrunKKKK" and was filmed on location in Atlanta, Georgia. http://www.cleverkisum.com
In 'While You Were Waiting,' Andrew Quinn and Gary McKeown create\r\nas many arms, legs and bodies as they need for themselves to create\r\nquick, improvisational beats, all in the name of killin' some time.\r\nPresented by Pocket Shorts UK and featured in the 2006 San Francisco\r\nInternational Film Festival.
This video was filmed in Los Angeles, CA and was edited the same day.
'Watermelon Nights' is the 11th episode of the Meth Minute 39 cartoon series. Director Dan Meth takes the animation out into the real world with a full-length stop motion music video for this summer anthem by underground musician John Crave. It's one of the 'sweetest' short films ever made. To download the Watermelon Nights mp3, visit John Crave's Myspace More Meth Minute at http:///www.methminute39.com. More John Crave at http://www.johncrave.com. Directed by Dan Meth song written and performed by John Crave (featuring Curt Battles); Assistant Director: Lee Rubenstein;
Best Boy:Josh Weisbrod; Dialogue: Lee Rubenstein, Jared Roessler.
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Tyrone Davies has created several experimental films and resides in San Francisco's Mission District. As well as a filmmaker, he is also the co-founder of the Free Form Film Festival (freeformfilm.org), a traveling festival of eclectic and innovative films and videos. Many of Davies' works will soon be available at loaf-i.com. This footage is what happens when his hangover gets the best of him on a local news program.
Cell phone film festival challenges mobile moviemakers to play with a new medium, with films made entirely on phones.