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1. NYC Dark

  • Published: 2012-11-06T15:05:15+00:00
  • Duration: 115
  • By Already Alive
NYC Dark

Seeing lower Manhattan without power was a surreal experience. This is traditionally a city that never sleeps. One in which the lights are always on. One that is always bustling with people. When the lights went out it was wholly different. This piece is meant to capture and relay the feeling of what it was like to walk around the darkened streets of lower Manhattan. See all of Jared's photos here: http://www.jaredlevy.me/gallery/hurricane-sandy-lower-manhattan/ Directed By: Michael Marantz http://michaelmarantz.com Timelapse / Music / Edit: Michael Marantz Stills / Voice: Jared Levy http://jaredlevy.me Produced by Already Alive http://alreadyalive.com Original Music by Michael Marantz: http://soundcloud.com/michaelmarantz/nyc-dark Special Thanks: Alexandra Setoodeh Rachel Tierney Anne Sage


2. DARK MATTER MANUFACTURING, NYC

  • Published: 2015-07-27T02:58:59+00:00
  • Duration: 1398
  • By LADFAR FILMS
DARK MATTER MANUFACTURING, NYC

This film was screened as "When Artists meet Science", on BBC World News on 18th July 2015. Filmed at Dark Matter Manufacturing in New York, and produced and directed by Ladan Anoushfar


3. Canon EOS C300 = Awesome

  • Published: 2011-11-14T06:13:03+00:00
  • Duration: 353
  • By Jonathan Yi
Canon EOS C300 = Awesome

In early Fall 2011, I shot some footage with a pre-production model of the Canon EOS C300 for one week in NYC. I created an article and a video for Canon based on my experiences with the camera. The video is meant to poke fun at most camera test videos I've seen over the years. Canon, not thrilled with my sense of humor, does not credit or condone this video, but I think it shows a lot of the camera's strengths. You can read my full article about the EOS C300 here: learn.usa.canon.com/resources/articles/2011/c300_for_cinematographers.shtml I believe that Canon made a beautiful camera that is sensible, reliable and portable in a way that I've always dreamed a camera could be. It prioritizes great skin tone and has higher ISO sensitivity than any other camera out there. I know there's nothing I can say to change the minds of the RED fan club. For the rest of the skeptics, I think once you get your hands on it you'll understand how great this camera really is. Please buy this camera in January and go film some good skin tones in the dark. You'll love it. Thanks go out to all my friends for helping me with this. Read my Filmmaker Magazine interview about this video here: http://www.filmmakermagazine.com/news/2011/12/jonathan-yi-talks-about-the-canon-c300/ This video will be broadcast on all Virgin America flights during the months of February and March on Boing Boing TV! Watch my super weird follow up C300 project here: http://vimeo.com/jonyi/math


4. Dark Dark Dark - NYC #2

Dark Dark Dark - NYC #2

Performing "Daydreaming" at Socrates Sculpture Park (Queens, NY) for the premiere of Todd Chandler's "Flood Tide" - Jul. 07th, 2010


5. Shot In The Dark: Chinatown NYC

  • Published: 2015-07-21T02:35:55+00:00
  • Duration: 150
  • By Badlands
Shot In The Dark: Chinatown NYC

The streets of Chinatown, NYC on a Saturday night in July, 2015. Seen through the lens of the Sony A7s. Track: "Chinese Roads" By Dub Size


6. NYC World Premiere of Dark Knight Rises

  • Published: 2012-08-17T06:48:55+00:00
  • Duration: 641
  • By Paul Zapata
NYC World Premiere of Dark Knight Rises

Whilst on a merry jog through New York City, I somehow got involved in this. So Effing cool!


7. Invaders

  • Published: 2015-09-11T05:18:18+00:00
  • Duration: 372
  • By Jason Kupfer
Invaders

A pair of home invaders consider their potential character choices just prior to their planned invasion. (*Be sure and click that little HD button on the bottom right for GLORIOUS resolution and BONUS pixels. You love pixels!) Website - http://invadersfilm.com Facebook - facebook.com/invadersthemovie Twitter - twitter.com/tweetinvaders Director Website - http://jasonkupfer.com Director Facebook - facebook.com/schmacebook Director Twitter - twitter.com/jasonkupfer Written and Directed by - Jason Kupfer Produced by - Tighe Arnold Cinematography - Marco Cordero Driver - Jordan Woods-Robinson Passenger - Ricky Wayne Dad - Larry Bukovey Awards - Runner-up Best Horror Short - Fantastic Fest Best of Fest - Scream in the Dark Film Festival Audience Award - Gold - Toronto After Dark Film Festival Audience Award - Best International Short Film - Fantaspoa Fantastic Film Festival Audience Award - Best Short Film - Knoxville Horror Film Festival Audience Choice Award - Spooky Empire Judge's Choice - East Bay Express Scream Best Director - Atlanta Horror Film Festival Best Actor - Ricky Wayne - Twisted Horror Picture Show Best Horror - Lancaster International Film Festival Best Horror Comedy - Atlanta Underground Film Festival Platinum Award - Spotlight Film Awards Freakin Funny Award - Freeky Creek Film Festival Official selection of- Fantastic Fest Slamdance Beyond Fest Film 4 Frightfest Seattle International Film Festival Hollyshorts Toronto After Dark Film Festival Fantaspoa Telluride Horror Paris International Fantastic Film Festival Cucalorus Newport Beach International Film Festival Florida Film Festival Minneapolis International Film Festival Maryland International Film Festival Imagine Film Festival Filmquest Knoxville Horror Film Festival Hellashort Ithaca International Fantastic Film Festival Monster Fest Fanta Festival Fantasmagorical Morbido Fright Night Theater Celluloid Screams Baton Rouge Horror Court Metrange Frightfest Twister Alley DragonCon Colorad Horror Con Destiny City Trouville's Off Court Fenetres Sur Courtes Funcinema Sydney Underground Horrible Imaginings Popcorn Frights Minneapolis Underground Mile High Horror Arizona Underground Fright Night Film Fest Shivers Diabolique Spooky Movie Abertoir Razor Reel Saskatoon Scream in the dark Bloody Weekend Sarasota Film Festival Chattanooga Film Festival Interfilm Berlin NYC Horror Film Festival Spooky Empire Lancaster International Film Festival Portland Underground Dedfest Idaho Horror Film Festival Vivesections Little Terrors Hallucinations Collective Sacramento Horror Film Festival Horrorthon Puerto Rico Horror Film Fest Buried Alive Film Festival Mirror Mountain Atlanta Underground Film Festival Atlanta Horror Film Festival Rugged Phoenix Underground Zinema Zombie Fest Freeky Creek East Bay Express Northern Frights San Sebastian Film Festival Samain Anchorage International Film Festival Fake Flesh Film Festival Courts Mais Trash Macabre Faire


8. Dark Castle | NYC @ Studio at Webster Hall | 15 Sep 2010

  • Published: 2011-01-21T17:50:16+00:00
  • Duration: 272
  • By (((unartig)))
Dark Castle | NYC @ Studio at Webster Hall | 15 Sep 2010

For more (((unartig))) recordings please go to http://unartignyc.com/recordings http://www.myspace.com/darkcastlemetal Dark Castle live at the Studio at Webster Hall on September 15, 2010.


9. Doze Green x Luminosity in the Dark Rift

  • Published: 2012-06-03T04:49:01+00:00
  • Duration: 227
  • By Colin M Day
Doze Green x Luminosity in the Dark Rift

Behind the scenes look at Doze preparing his show, Luminosity in the Dark Rift, for Jonathan LeVine Gallery in NYC. May 19 - June 16, 2012 WWW.DOZEGREEN.COM


10. NYC Loft Party - After Dark Social Club

  • Published: 2010-11-29T16:48:57+00:00
  • Duration: 52
  • By Ling Ang
NYC Loft Party - After Dark Social Club

Vietnam by Crystal Castles (LightsoverLA Remix)


11. Dark Dark Dark - NYC #1

Dark Dark Dark - NYC #1

Performing "Trouble No More" at Le Poisson Rouge (Manhattan, NY) - Jul. 10th, 2009


12. Doze Green x Luminosity in the Dark Rift

  • Published: 2012-06-06T06:19:28+00:00
  • Duration: 227
  • By Colin M Day
Doze Green x Luminosity in the Dark Rift

Behind the scenes look at Doze preparing his show, Luminosity in the Dark Rift, for Jonathan LeVine Gallery in NYC. May 19 - June 16, 2012 WWW.DOZEGREEN.COM


13. #BRIDGETHEGAP - THE STORY

  • Published: 2014-04-24T11:54:40+00:00
  • Duration: 348
  • By WEVER/ELGERSMA
#BRIDGETHEGAP - THE STORY

Some only come out at night. Some never stepped foot on a track. Some never defined themselves as athletes. Yet all are inspired by a common philosophy and by the idea of using the pavements of their urban wildlife as their playground. From New York City to Moscow, from London to Zurich - they are all inspired by each other. They are unified by a responsibility to make each other improve, in the pursuit of accomplishing the unthinkable. These are the times when you share joy as much as you share pain, and you grow into a team inseparable. Creative Director: Joey Elgersma Director, camera, editor: Stephan Wever Additional camera: Chris Leete Colourist: Bernie Greiner Title design: Helge Kiehl Co-Written by: Isabelle Pohl Public Relations Manager: Bart Hendrikx Music in order of appearance: Cloud Boat - Bastion http://cloudboat.co.uk Haxan Cloak - The Growing http://auroraborealisrecordings.bandcamp.com/album/the-haxan-cloak Mr Carmack - Roller (new look) http://mrcarmack.bandcamp.com Oneohtrix Point Never - Cryo www.pointnever.com Holy Other - Feel Something (The Haxan Cloak Remix) soundcloud.com/holyother Final Mix: Jonathan Wulfes CREW LOVE: Run Dem Crew NY Bridgerunners Black Roses NYC Paris Running Club Patta Running Team NBRO Berlin Braves Moskva River Runners Gorky Park Runners RC8K RURC CAPTAINS: Charlie Dark Mike Saes Cedric Hernandez Knox Robinson Jessie Zapo Edson Sabajo Jay Smith Yué Wu Troels Frederiksen Joey Elgersma Vedran Zgela Alexandra Boyarskaya Vladimir Vesolov SPECIAL THANKS: Nike Berlin Kathi Zimmermann Isabelle Pohl Alex Groth Henrik Alm Antje Paschke Andre Herzig Toyah Siegel Helge Kiehl Parasol Island Jonathan Wulfes Moritz von Schröter Bart Hendrikx Copterproject Matthias Allendorf Haydar Biyik Digital Straik Bernie Greiner Niko Papoutsis Ben Lucchesi Cloud Boat Haxan Cloak Mr Carmack Holy Other


14. Dark Castle | NYC @ Studio at Webster Hall | 09 Jul 2010

  • Published: 2011-01-21T17:42:01+00:00
  • Duration: 351
  • By (((unartig)))
Dark Castle | NYC @ Studio at Webster Hall | 09 Jul 2010

For more (((unartig))) recordings please go to http://unartignyc.com/recordings http://www.myspace.com/darkcastlemetal Dark Castle live at the Studio at Webster Hall on July 09, 2010.


15. Styleframes NYC | Opening Titles

  • Published: 2013-02-04T02:34:47+00:00
  • Duration: 205
  • By Tendril
Styleframes NYC | Opening Titles

The Opening Titles for Style Frames NYC. A Tendril Design + Animation Production directed by Anthony Scott Burns and Chris Bahry, and scored by John Black of CypherAudio. There is a great post on the making-of and process here: http://motionographer.com/2013/02/07/in-depth-coverage-stylefames-ny-opener/ Credits: Production Company: Tendril Design + Animation Directed by: Anthony Scott Burns and Chris Bahry Music and Sound Design: John Black of CypherAudio Editor: Chris Murphy of Relish Editing Executive Producer: Kate Bate Creative Directors: Chris Bahry and Alexandre Torres Producer: Molly Willows DOP: Anthony Scott Burns Costumes: Jessica Mary Clayton Make-Up: Stacy Hatzinikolas Grip: Chris Atkinson PAs: Howard Gordon, Derek Evoy Man at Computer: Travis Stone Gods: Iain Soder, Jessica Mary Clayton Motorcycle Rider: Kris Sharon Guy with Binoculars: Dennis Pikulyk Gods Concept Art: Marco Texeira and Vini Nascimento Additional Gods Concept Art: Ash Thorp Environment, Prop, and God Design: Anthony Scott Burns, Vini Nascimento, Chris Bahry, Andrew Vucko 3D Modeling: Vini Nascimento, Marcin Porebski, Renato Ferro, Andrew Vucko 3D Rigging: Renato Ferro 3D Animation: Vini Nasicmento, Marcin Porebski, Renato Ferro Textures: Vini Nasicmento, Renato Ferro Lighting, Render: Brad Husband Title Animation: Andrew Vucko Compositing: Chris Bahry, Anthony Scott Burns, Brad Husband About Tendril's longtime friend and collaborator John Black (of CypherAudio) was approached by Stash Magazine editor and STYLE FRAMES executive producer Stephen Price to create a musical framework for the show's opening titles. John recommended Tendril as a great partner to create a visual, and soon after we were meeting with Stephen to discuss. After some initial brainstorming at the studio, our Creative Director Chris Bahry reached out to the ultra talented filmmaker, designer and musician Anthony Scott Burns. Anthony had left commercial work to pursue feature film, and to us this project and client seemed like the perfect chance for an overdue collaboration. Together we came up with the self-referential story of a person creating a pitch, and the nightmarish encounters he has with himself and five ‘Gods’ that represent aspects of his creative psyche - the 'Gods' represent flesh/blood; technology/power; rest/play; form/function; love/passion. We figured that anyone who has engaged in a pitch or any kind of creative process under pressure will identify with aspects of the ‘Ritual’ that plays out over the course of the sequence. With pitches, we put the best of ourselves out there to be the ones selected for a project and it's a painful and exhilarating experience. It's the nerd/artist's equivalent of extreme sports. It’s not meant to be a message that pitching is bad at all; but when we really got into it, things quickly became visceral and dark. We wanted to be true to the subject and this is what came out. It was ambitious and there was certainly interplay between life and art during the piece’s inception. We wanted it to be an epic live-action and CG combo; plus the timeline was incredibly tight with just over a month for a 3-minute short with over 95 shots and no money. To that end, we drew on every resource at our disposal, including our partners for make-up and costumes, friends and family as actors, running around town with our own kit and gear, and the amazing team of designers and artists at the studio for execution. We came up with a lot of smart and cheap solutions for getting all the shots we wanted and are excited to share it all soon in some behind the scenes materials. After we had our footage, we enlisted Chris Murphy of Relish for editing and John got to work giving the score a deep, cinematic feel, building up slowly to the reveal of the Gods. The sound design opens with more traditional musical elements for the first two movements and then introduces a more contemporary feel in the middle that continues into the finale. All in all, it was a dream team collaboration that resulted in a work that we we hope depicts the essence of the pitch process in 3 minutes. Look out for lots of making-of and process soon!


16. BEGINNINGS

BEGINNINGS

"Before this time began, there was no earth and no space between. A vast dark ocean washed upon the shores of nothingness and kissed the edges of the night." Presented by SUITCASE Magazine | www.SUITCASEmag.com Produced by Magna Carta | www.MagnaCarta.tv BEGINNINGS | Behind The Scenes - vimeo.com/suitcasemagazine/beginningsbts __________________________________________________________________________ Written & Directed by Matthew K. Firpo Produced by Maximilian Guen Executive Produced by Serena Guen & Maximilian Guen Production, SUITCASE | Tona Stell Featuring Natasha Ramachandran The Storyteller, Voiceover | Swayam Bhatia Cinematographer | Jake Saner Editor | Stephen Michael Simon Original Score + Sound Design | Maximillien Letaconnoux & Pascal Bonifay, BOD NYC, AOC Paris (www.BodProd.com) Fashion Direction + Styling by Aimee Croysdill (www.AimeeCroysdill.com) Make-Up by | Shriya Pardal Hair Styling by | Natasha Singh Bissau Key Production Assistant | Ulysses Mendonca Post-Production Assistant | Rosanna Bach WITH SPECIAL THANKS TO: Princess Diya Kumari Chris Miller The Guen Family The Family Firpo The Katayanagi Family The Oberoi Rajvilas Hand Held Films, NYC Peter Sayn-Wittgenstein The People of Jaipur Filmed on RED Cameras and Cooke S5i Lenses on location in Jaipur, Rajasthan, India This film made possible by the Royal Family of Jaipur | No animals were harmed in the making of this film.


17. Bad Guy #2

  • Published: 2015-05-18T17:15:53+00:00
  • Duration: 596
  • By Chris McInroy
Bad Guy #2

In this practical effects driven splatter comedy one bad guy discovers that sometimes promotions suck. Follow on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/badguy2movie Follow on Twitter: https://twitter.com/chrismcinroy We are also making a new short film called Death Metal. Here is the Facebook page for that. https://www.facebook.com/deathmetalshortfilm Screenings and Awards: Fantastic Fest Fantasia Film Festival Film4 Frightfest MOTELx Hollyshorts Lund International Fantastic Film Festival NYC Horror Film Festival Paris International Fantastic Film Festival Telluride Horror Film Festival Dallas International Film Festival Phoenix Film Festival Spotlight Horror FIlm Awards "Platinum Award Winner" Haapsalu Horror and Fantasy Film Festival Bruce Campbell's Horror Film Festival - "Best Short" Mile High Horror Film Festival Filmquest - "Best Actor, Kirk Johnson" Dam Short Film Festival Celluloid Screams Shriekfest Knoxville Horror Film Festival - "Funniest Film" Atlanta Horror Film Festival - "Best Horror Comedy Short" Popcorn Frights Sacramento Horror Film Festival - "Best Horror Comedy" Las Vegas Film Festival - "Best Short - Local Cinema" Buried Alive Southside Film Festival Austin Wizard World Cinestrange Dragon Con - "2nd Place Dark Comedy" Off Courts Garth Manor Cinema Twisted Horror Picture Show Twin Cities Horror - "Audience Favorite" Eerie Horror - "Best Short Film" Fenetres Sur Courts Sham Film Festival "Best Actor, Kirk Johnson" Chicago Comedy Film Festival Fright Night - "Best Gore Effects" Freak Show Puerto Rico Horror Upstate NY Horror - "Best Gore Effects" "Best Horror Comedy" "Audience Favorite" Comic and Media Expo Sleepwalkers International Short Film Festival Bonebat Comedy of Horrors Fantasmagorical - "Honorable Mention Horror Short" Together The People Festival Fargo Fantastic Little Terrors Post Mortem International Malta Horror Film Festival Halloweenapalooza - "Best Kill" Monsterfest Horrorvision Film Festival "Blood Award" I Filmmaker International PDX Extreme "Best Comedic Short" Prague Short Film Festival Nevermore Film Festival "Best North American Short" and "Audience Award" for North American Short


18. The Dark City

  • Published: 2012-11-08T01:14:02+00:00
  • Duration: 141
  • By elan bogarin
The Dark City

The Dark City: NYC post Hurricane Sandy 10.31.12


19. Dead Hearts

  • Published: 2016-09-28T05:20:14+00:00
  • Duration: 1001
  • By stephen martin
Dead Hearts

A young mortician learns that not even death can stand in the way of true love. A whimsical, gothic bedtime story filled with love, loss, taxidermy, Kung Fu, and biker werewolves. 155 Film Festivals & 45 Awards - OSCAR qualified by winning Best LIVE ACTION SHORT at The St. Louis International Film Festival, Best Horror Comedy Screamfest LA, Best Short NYC Horror, Best Short Monster Fest, Audience Choice Award Toronto AfterDark Films website - www.DeadHeartsShort.com Film's Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/deadheartsshortfilm/ Writer/Director's website - www.Stephen-W-Martin.com Writer/Director's Email - [email protected] Writer/Director's Twitter - @Stephen_W_M Producer's Email - [email protected] Producer's Twitter - @AlexGlua See the film's Storyboards - https://vimeo.com/89768880 Our Trailer - https://vimeo.com/99785453 Festival Awards New York Horror Film Festival 2015 - Best Short Film Wreak Havoc Film Festival 2015 - Best Picture FPS Film Festival 2015- Texas - Best Original Score Acocollonat Fantastic Film Festival 2015 - Spain - Audience Choice Award HollyShorts Film Festival 2015 - Los Angeles - Best Action Short Film Grossmann Film & Wine Festival 2015 - Best Short Film SLAK'S VICIOUS CAT The Crypt Show 2015 - Spain - Best Short Film The Nickel Film Festival 2015 - Best Short Film Film Quest 2015 - Best Short Screenplay Sacramento Comic Con 2015 - Best Short Film The St. Louis International Film Festival - Best Live Action Short Film (Oscar qualitying for the 2016 Academy Awards) Calargy Underground Film Festival 2015 - Best Short Film The Newport Beach Film Festival 2015 - Honouree Short Film The Leo Awards 2015 - Best Production Design The Leo Awards 2015 -Best Make up The Leo Awards 2015 -Best Costume Design Dragon Con Film FestivaL 2015 - Best Horror Comedy Short Film ScreamFest La 2014 - Los Angeles - Best Horror Comedy Short Film Toronto AfterDark Film Festival 2014 - Silver Best Canadian Short Film Phoenix International Film Festival 2014 - BEST SHORT FILM The St. Louis International Film Festival 2014 - Best International Short Film MonsterFest Film Festival 2014 - Best International Short Film George Lindsay UNA International Film Festival 2014 - Best Short Film George Lindsay UNA International Film Festival 2014 - Best in Show A Night of Horror Film Festival 2014 - Best Short Film Another Hole in the Head Genre 2014 - Best International Short Film Horrible Imaginings Film festival 2014 - San Diego, California - Best Short Film Freeky Creek Short Film Festival 2014 - Best Short Film Atlanta Horror Film Festival 2014 - Best Short Film Horrorquest Film Festival 2014 - Best of the Quest The Hamilton Film Festival 2014 - Best Short Film Little Nightmares Canadian Horror Shorts Festival - Best Director The Sacramento Horror Film Festival 2014 - Best Short Film (The Love Award) Zompire Undead Film Festival 2014 Portland, Oregon - Le Gran’ Zombi Award The Red Wasp Film Festival Wellborn Texas 2014 - 'One To Watch’ Award Diabolique International Film Festival Bloomington, Indiana 2014 - Best Actress Open Wound Film Festival 2014 - Santa Fe, New Mexico - Best Director Open Wound Film Festival 2014 - Santa Fe, New Mexico - Best Screenplay Open Wound Film Festival 2014 - Santa Fe, New Mexico - Best Cinematography Zed Film Festival 2014 - Outstanding Foreign Dark Comedy Short Film Zed Film Festival 2014 - Outstanding Screen Story Zed Film Festival 2014 - Outstanding Cinematography Zed Film Festival 2014 - Outstanding Acting Performance for Valin Shinyei Zed Film Festival 2014 - Outstanding Acting Performance for Dalila Bela Zed Film Festival 2014 -Outstanding Voice Performance Don McClukenDale