Filmmaking Roundup #009

In a world with insane amounts of content, I’ve decided to hand pick some standout videos to gawp at. This is a regular feature and will showcase a mixture of cool films, tutorials, techniques, and new products.

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Filmmaking Technology

Intel : Experience the Team in Flight at PyeongChang 2018

A look back at the flock of 1,218 Intel® Shooting Star™ drones, murmarating to provide stunning animated shapes at the PyeongChang Winter Olympics 2018 Opening Ceremony. An outstanding technical achievement winning Intel a GUINNESS WORLD RECORD™ for the most drones flown simultaneously. This was insanely good, just imagine the treats we will see at Tokyo 2020. 03:05

Winter Saint Petersburg Russia 6K

A great piece by Timelab Pro showing off the capabilities of the latest X7 6K cameras for the Inspire 2 by DJI. Filmed around Saint Petersburg, Russia. 02:16

OK Go - Obsession - Official Video

OK Go’s innovative videos never disappoint. The thought, planning, and execustion behind this piece is astonishing. Check out a Behind the Scenes insight. 03:43

Dope Tech: Camera Robots!

We all need one of these, right. Creamy motion control goodness by Demo by Marques Brownlee et al. 08:25

Using Drones To Gather Whale Snot For Science

Remotely controlled aircraft / drones have opened up all sorts of intersting oportunities. This is lovely. 05:01

Cool FIlms

TSIRKU - Director’s Cut

This is a spectacular and awe inspiring film full of beautiful cinematic shots. “Featuring snowboarder Ralph Backstrom and skiers Hadley Hammer and Sam Anthamatten, who set out to tackle the fabled Corrugated spine lines of the Tsirku Glacier.” 19:47

Stunning Beauty of Flowers Exposed to Fire, Ice, and Ink

Memorising footage. 04:09

ALIVE | Canada 4K

A stunning peice by Florian Nick. 03:41

Time-Stretching Photographs Capture Bird Migrations

“What if you could capture multiple moments in a single photograph? Through an experimental process that he has been perfecting for over 20 years, photographer and fine artist Stephen Wilkes has been able to do just that.” 05:59

Falcon Heavy & Starman

The momentous day montaged by SpaceX. 01:52


A brief look at the earth from above, based on the shapes we make, the game of life, our playing ground – Arena. Film by Páraic Mc Gloughlin. 01:30

Most Anticipated Feature Films & TV

Westworld : Season 2

This trailer gets the hairs on my neck tingling. Love this production. 01:39


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