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Inevitable from theavni on Vimeo.

A cyclical disease affects a young photographer’s ability to continue caring for his mother.
**UPDATE**
You may have already seen Anthony’s viral ice bucket challenge video, which uses footage from “Inevitable.” Anthony called me before he made the video and asked for my permission to use it, and of course I said yes! Please contact me at theavni@gmail.com for other usage inquiries.

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Music credit: “Cylinder Two” by Chris Zabriskie

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Gone South with Vita Brevis Films from VITA BREVIS FILMS on Vimeo.

The open road provides a pathway to the uncontrolled spirit, a state of being that is universally felt yet so challenging to capture through a medium.

Directed by: Skylar Nielsen
Director of photography: Ian Rigby
Cinematography: Josh Fletcher
Adventurers: Lance Clayton & Nelson Bruggeman
Campers: Pat Fenelon & Corigan Kushma

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Brink (Short Film) from Shawn Christensen on Vimeo.

Starring Justin Chatwin and Allison Huntington Chase
Scored by Darren Morze
Produced by Damon Russell
© 2011
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Official selection of the Tribeca Film Festival
Winner of “Best Festival Film” Short of The Week Awards (2012)
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STUFF PICK from Ground’s Oranges on Vimeo.

The era we are living could be easily described as the “being hipster” one. Considering how Wes Anderson’s movies, indie music and vintage (sometimes non-sense) ingredients became emblematic for this generation, the explanation of the phenomenon is not so hard to reach: what used to be part of a niche culture peacefully invaded every environment insomuch as skinny jeans, lumberjacks shirts and huge beards are now pop elements similarly to long hair and Chelsea boots during the Beatlemania.
This is where the paper-thin boundary line breaks and trends and subcultures meet.
Ground’s Oranges reinterprets - in a intentionally lo-fi/homemade way - the Hipster universe magnifying its virtues and vices but also taking its styles and thematics to an extreme level, getting them close to something similar to a parody that, actually, is just pure and sincere celebration.

Director: Zavvo Nicolosi
DoP: Jacopo Saccà
#1AC: Corrado Lorenzo Vasquez
Song: “FOGAR” by Riccardo Nicolosi
Cast: Marco Riscica, Alessandra Tavella, Giulia Piccione, Ben Gnomino, Ricardo Morais, @THERABBITPROJECT

Produced by Ground’s Oranges
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Paris Through Pentax from Maison Carnot on Vimeo.

Discover the city of love through a legendary camera, the Pentax 67.

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Music : A.taylor - A late night’s wandering

Thanks to Gaetan Morant (Absolt Agency) for the typography.

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Petit Prague from Joerg Daiber on Vimeo.

Prague, the Czech capital, is also known as the “Golden City”.
Take a boat ride on the Vltava and travel through this amazing city and see all the major attractions from incredible vantage points. The busy Charles Bridge has never looked more adorable.
A time-lapse tilt-shift film by Joerg Daiber.

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Music: Strauss - The Blue Danube Waltz

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Shot with Lumix GH2, Gorillapod, 14-140mm and 7-14mm Lumix Lenses. Postproduction with Adobe Creative Production Suite.

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Run!

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Sleeping like a baby… @Maria Loubet

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Insolito e o Ocio dos Monges de Tibaes - Parte 2 from Mario Brandao on Vimeo.

Reportagem da inauguração da exposição de fotografia “Insólito e o Ócio dos Monges de Tibães” do autor Miguel Louro com curadoria de Adriana Henriques e textos de Fernando Capela Miguel na Galeria da Ordem dos Médicos do Porto. Em exibição de 1 a 31 de Agosto de 2014. Visite!