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Body Of A Dancer > Daniel Gallenkamp

A portrait of dancer Tim Persent.

Cinematic poem brings an ode to dancers and what they are able to do with their body, by showing what our eyes normally can’t see in real time.
Shot on a Phantom high-speed camera, filming over a 1000 frames a second to create ultra slow motion.
This fascinated me and I hope it will fascinate you…

Credits;
Director / D.o.P.: Daniel Gallenkamp n.s.c.
Editor: Allard Zoetman
Music: Andre Ettema
Grading: Beer Buijsman
Phantom tech.: Flip Bleekrode
Gaffer: Eugene Sprik, Frank Berger
Focus puller: Floris v.d. Lee, Danny v. Deventer
Airbrush artist: Peter Evers
Make up: Ingrid v. Wakeren, Fieke Brokkelkamp
Ass. Make up: Denise Boon
Electrician: Tjeerd Oosterhuis
Set assistance: Kick Schl├╝ter, Michel Koenders, Ronnie Boelens
production manager: Wiarda Postma

Idea & concept: Daniel Gallenkamp
Produced by Smit & Jansen

Thanks to
NTR & Holland Dance
All the crew members
MacGyver Amsterdam
Charles McGough – CameraRentals Amsterdam
Allard Bouman – Het Licht Amsterdam

Special thanks to Tim Persent


In Amsterdam > Omar Musa

IN AMSTERDAM

From the new book ‘PARANG by OMAR MUSA

https://www.facebook.com/omarmusaqbn
https://omarbinmusa.blogspot.com
https://twitter.com/obmmusic


Nicholas Was > Neil Gaiman

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39 Degrees incredible adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s 2010 Christmas fable…

Awards: Bronze medal at the Hong Kong Designers Association awards.

39 Degrees North is a Beijing based motion design studio.
39degreesnorth.tv


CODED LANGUAGE > Saul Williams

 

Saul Williams performs his epic ode to the genius of language and the indictment of the mindless violence of gangster hip hop culture to raise the consciousness of the entire. fucking. world.

From the album ‘Amethyst Rock Star’ with music by DJ Krust

Below, the same poetry performed live at Def Jam Poetry show on HBO.

 

www.saulwilliams.com/


God, Rid Me Of God > Joel McKerrow

Spoken word recorded at Abbotsford Convent, Victoria, at the beginning of 2011.

Words by Joel McKerrow

http://www.joelmckerrow.com/


“The Cyclo Men of Phnom Penh” Laura Jean McKay

Words: by Laura Jean McKay – Asialink Literature Resident 2009. www.laurajeanmckay.com

Film: Julien Poulson (Asialink Cambodia Resident 2007) and Justin Foster.

Music by THE GREEN MIST Khmer Ensemble. Recorded at Cambodian Living Arts.

Vocals Ouch Savy.

Dedicated to the Cyclo Men of Phnom Penh