If tomorrow starts without me
:: Editing/Grading : After Effects
:: Camera : Canon 1DC 4K 25p
:: Lenses : Sigma Art 35mm 1.4, Canon 24-50-100 L
:: Locations : India, Vietnam, Senegal, Morocco
:: Music : Hammock - Mono No Aware
:: Voice over : Tom O’Bedlam
:: Production : blacknegative
Anthony Mangieri owns and operates Una Pizza Napoletana in San Francisco, California and is considered by many to be one of the top pizza makers in the world. Anthony discusses his relentless pursuit of excellence for two of his lifelong passions, baking pizza and riding bikes.
Directed by: Michael John Evans
Music: “Weapon of Truth” by Lord Sterling and “Julian the Mountain” by The Mattson 2
Used by permission of Licensor. All Rights Reserved.
Color Grading: Ayumi Ashley
Audio Mix: Ryan Kleeman
Bicycle Frame and Fork: Steve Potts
SUPPORTED BY: WWW.EVERBIKE.CZ
We live in crazy times. The alarm clock kicks our ass every morning and we jump submissively in neverending whirl of troubles. I know a medicine for it! //// Žijeme v bláznivé době. Každé ráno nás kopne budík do zadku a my poslušně naskočíme do nekonečného kolotoče starostí. Znám na to jen jeden lék!
Camera and Edit: slavikpetr.com
Rider: Jan Saramak
Location: Martinske hole - Slovakia
Voice: Pavel Leicman
Music: Ennio Morricone - Farewell to Cheyenne
Camera: Panasonic GH3 / lenses Panasonic 7-14mm, 20mm, 45-200mm
What better way is there to christen a new Epic than flying it on a drone 500 feet above a cliff face with B.A.S.E. jumpers leaping below? We were lucky enough to work with the masters at Freefly Systems to pull this off last month in Index, WA.
Here is a sneak peek at some footage from the shoot. Special thank you to Nimia (Nimia.com - Premium Footage Archival, Management, and Distribution) and FreeFly Systems (freeflysystems.com) - simply the best stabilization systems on the market.
"Earth" is a film series that looks into the lives of "extraordinarily ordinary" people. Metal smiths, medics, police officers etc., who travel the world to B.A.S.E. jump. This film will be released in 2015. Stay tuned for BTS and new releases.
Intro: Doug Fructos
B.A.S.E. Jumper: Anonymous
Directed: Spacechimp (app.nimia.com/profile/SpaceChimp)
Pilot: Nick Kolias
Gimble Operator: Cory Koniniec
Drone Technician: Mike Hagadorn
Assistant producer: Joel Wiebe
Assistant Producer: Andrew Veith
Music: “Sun Though the Clouds” by Mathew Morgan Licensed from our friends at Marmoset
Audio Mastering: Josh Peterson
Independence Pass marks the point at which Colorado State Highway 82 crosses the Great Divide. To the east, the road snakes down towards its terminus at Route 24, just south of the historic mining town of Leadville. To the west, it’s a meandering, 20-mile descent to the world-famous ski resort of Aspen.
This road holds special significance for Mr Greg Buntain. “Aspen is always an exciting place to arrive, and a difficult place to leave,” says the 30 year old, who lived there for six months in 2010, and makes regular visits to the area. “Crossing Independence Pass has always felt like a moment of transition. Depending on whether you’re coming or going, it can feel like the end of a long journey, or it can feel like your journey is only just beginning.”
Mr Buntain now lives in New York, where he is one half of Brooklyn-based design duo Fort Standard, but he grew up far from the urban sprawl. He learnt how to ride on old Honda quad bikes and scramblers while he was in his teens, and admits that the decision to buy his current bike ? a 1985 Honda XL600R, essentially a street-legal dirt-bike ? was made at least partly out of nostalgia.
Partly out of nostalgia, but mostly in search of adventure, Belstaff and MR PORTER took a trip to Aspen with Mr Buntain where he jumped on a BMW R850GS, opened up the throttle, and revisited some of his favourite stretches of road. Watch our exclusive film for more.
CLIENT : Mr. Porter & Belstaff
Rider : Greg Buntain
Director : Cale Glendening
Producer & Editor : Chloé McLennan
Director of Photography : Cale Glendening
MōVI Operator & Timelapse Photography : Cameron Michael
Sound Design & Final Mix : Defacto Sound
Sound Recordist : Jeff Knudsen
Color : Prehistoric Digital
Aerial Operators: Altitude Filmworks
Music: The Cinematic Orchestra “To Build a Home”
Production Assistants : Jay Rush & Matt Grimaldi
dir Hiro Murai
prod Kimberly Stuckwisch
dp Larkin Seiple
choreographer: Ryan Heffington
AD: Jamar Hawkins
gaffer: Matt Ardine
prod design: Maxwell Orgell
PM: Sara Eric Lacombe
wardrobe: Elise Velasco and Chris Velasco
color: Ricky @ MPC
ep Danielle Hinde @ Doomsday Ent
Ito-Komuten is is a building firm located in Nagano Prefecture of Japan.
Taking advantage of the characteristic tree, they built a house that became a landscape and climate.
Produce by Yuhei Kodaka
Filmed by Yuhei Kodaka / Makoto kenmisaki