Another spectacular project oscillating between music video and short film. Shot on the Phantom Miro at 1500 frames per second, this love story between invisible creatures revealed by bursts of powdered colors,  is a monument of gorgeousness! Check out also the making of video! Directed by Paul Trillo Directer of Photography Joe Gabriel Produced by Landon Van Soest Original Score by Noah Cunningham Additional Sound Design Rich Bologna Special Thanks Brooklyn Filmmakers Collective Abel Cine Phantom Pete Abel Moe Shure Ryan Koo NoFilmSchool The Van Soest Family

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    Electric Cinema

    title:

    Salience

    artist:

    Noah Cunningham

    director:

    Paul Trillo

    paultrillo.com


     

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    The Peach Kings

    Director: Paul Trillo


    Salience

    Another spectacular project oscillating between music video and short film. Shot on the Phantom Miro at 1500 frames per second, this love story between invisible creatures revealed by bursts of powdered colors,  is a monument of gorgeousness!

    Check out also the making of video!

    Directed by Paul Trillo
    Directer of Photography Joe Gabriel
    Produced by Landon Van Soest
    Original Score by Noah Cunningham
    Additional Sound Design Rich Bologna

    Special Thanks
    Brooklyn Filmmakers Collective
    Abel Cine
    Phantom
    Pete Abel
    Moe Shure
    Ryan Koo
    NoFilmSchool
    The Van Soest Family

    Tags: atmospheric, directors from US, love story, psychedelic, vfx


    Electric Cinema

    21 Clips

    Super cinematic live action clips that tell a story.

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