Did the complete sound for the short film “För de som vågar” (To Those Who Dare) from recording, foley and mix. Also wrote & recorded part of the music and did the post of the film. The film is directed by Hernan Quintero.
The short film has won the Best Director and Best Film at the Hot Shorts Film Festival, London. And also got official selection nominee at the Bucharest Shortcut Cinefest, London IFF and Sweet As Film Festival.
In 2006 I did a 2 day shoot together wth SU-EN Butoh Company. The shoot took place at a scrapyard. The result became an eight minute short film “Scrapyard” that have been shown at Swedish Television, several festivals and workshops around the world. The short film has now been invited to the permanent installation at the Swedish Museum of Performing Arts and is showing there for the years to come.
Just finished the edit of the band Haerdsmaelta´s latest vid “I Kissed Jesus”. It´s a nice little tune that needed some cuts. I used FCPX exclusively. It´s great when you have a six track multicam (ProRes) and is able to to just stretch/re-time the 3 min vid in the multicam-clip to match towards the music. Then do the edit, add the graphics, do the colour. And best of all no rendering needed!
Here´s a link to the piece https://vimeo.com/155055821
Have been recording vocals for the swedish and american version of “Heroes of The City” season 2. “Heroes of The City” is a swedish animated serie for children that is produced and created by Ruta Ett AB. I´m also taking care of the translation, recording and stem-mixing for the new season.
Have just done the post (audio/picture) of a pilot episode of Pippi Longstocking in Amharic (Ethiopia). It’s actually very amusing to work with a program that I enjoyed watching myself as a kid! Time flies by…
Are finnishing up the edit for a small presentation/doc of Silvio Trevizan and his restaurant. Silvio has been a fisherman whole his life at the Adriatic Sea. Now he has moved to Sweden and is running a restaurant where he serves food from the Dalmatian kitchen. Until the film is finnished here are some pics from it.
Finally I got the adapter for my Vivitar 28mm ƒ2.8 prime! At last can I fit the lens to my BM camera.
I found this lens in a second hand shop sitting on an old Minolta XG1. I have just briefly tried it and so far… I’m VERY HAPPY!
The focus is just music, I can’t describe it better! The focus rolls with the light. It’s sharp and at the same time not sharp, it’s smooth with a triple o-o-o. I write above that the lens is a Vivitar and until I haven´t found out otherwise it is a Vivitar.
“…it’s smooth, with a triple o-o-o…”
I have a feeling that it can be Komine manufactured and I will try to find out. If you have an answer to this question please get in touch. Until then…