Incarnate - Short Film Tropfest shortlisted 2015
Shot with a Sony PMW-F5. Canon Cinema Prime Lenses
"Bleach Bypass" LUT applied and "Grain" added
Produced by Cini Films, Melbourne
Directed by Nicholas Spadaccini & Marcello Barbaro
Production: Lion Stoves for Lesotho
Produced by Imogen Vallins and Directed by Steve Hore at Bruce Dunlop Associates. This was photographed in a High Definition format; our location was the Kingdom of Lesotho in Southern Africa. Temperatures averaged 40 degrees and the majority of locations were remote at around 3,000 – 3,500 metres in the mountains, I am really happy with the end result and savoured every moment of this incredible journey.
Read the diary of Documentary Director Steve Hore as it appeared in January 09s Televisual
LION STOVES FOR LESOTHO
SHOOT DIARY OF STEVEN HORE, DIRECTOR
This is our longest and most important day as we’re filming at two schools, one with a Lion Stove, and one which still cooks using the traditional method. After five hours being pummeled in the back of the 4x4 (maybe Clarkson’s idea of heaven, but not mine) we finally come to a grove where the school had been patiently waiting for us. As we get out the cars the school bursts into song to welcome us. It’s a magical and humbling sight. We go into the cook house and 30 seconds later the crew stagger out trying to catch our breath our eyes and noses stinging. The cook house is full of smoke – they still using an open fire under a cauldron. The LED lights prove invaluable – without them we would not have been able to film inside. We drive to the second school, where again they sing us songs of welcome. Here they have a lion stove and the conditions are far more humane with very little smoke emitted by the stove.
This is the day we leave Lesotho. It’s the end of an incredible journey. Only hope we can do justice to the experience in the edit suite.
This film was awarded at the International Visual Communications Awards:
IVCA Awards 2009 - Highly Commended - Internal Communications Film
IVCA Award 2009 - Best Documentary
IVCA Clarion Awards 2010 - Winner - Best Video
Sony PMW-F5 | 4K RAW - ASX-R5 RAW
Produced by Milk Money Films, Sydney
This project was produced by Virtual Connexion a Melbourne production company in April 2014. The idea was to create a 12 part web series for Rebecca Judd's website www.rebeccajuddloves.com shot over three days, The Style School was a success with more than 250,000 hits on Rebecca Judd's website.
This was the last video shoot for my Canon 5DmII before it was replaced with my Sony PMW-F5. I also used a EZ Jib on the exterior shots as well as a Slider in the interior shots to help keep the tempo fresh and upbeat.
Wildlife biologists, conservationists, veterinary pathologists and forsenic animal behaviourists investigate some of the weirdest wildlife mysteries every encountered.
Wild Case Files: Crock Shock; Tasmanian Tiger Terror; Raining Fish
Produced by Tigress Productions / National Geographic
Men's swimwear & underwear
Produced by Aussiebum, Sydney