La Palma Canary Islands Timelapse is a lovely short timelapse film about the Canary Islands.
"The different scenes of my compilation of timelapses from the Island of La Palma / Canary Island showing the beautiful nature of this amazing volcanoe island. Clouds are going fast and landscape is spectacular with all those volcanoes. Also you have a wonderful view on the milkyway from Roque Muchachos (with some important observatories)."
Terra Sacra Time Lapses is a brilliant short timelapse film from Sean F. White. Sean has spent many years making this beautiful film. The timelapse sequences are incredible, as is the quality of the cinematography.
An around-the-world time lapse journey celebrating our Sacred Earth. Six years in the making... seven continents... 24 countries.
Two steps from hell is a short film using very high qulity timelapse shots, from the island of Tenerife.
"This video comes in the wake of the invitation to Luciano Rodriguez and Luis Caldevilla, by Miquel Serra-Ricart, manager of the Observatorio del Teide in the Canary Islands Astrophysics Institute, to teach a course on photography timelapse.
Building on the trip decided to spend several days out every night to photograph the unique landscape of the island of Tenerife."
The Dragons of Metal - Tammabukku Anbar is a timelapse, nonverbal film by Nitzan Sagie. It is heavy influenced by Koyaanisqatsi.
"I'm a composer and a film director.
I must say that when I was 10 years old, my father showed me Koyaanisqatsi, and that film really changed my life and my art; both in my music and in films. since then, I watched every film I could find that Ron Fricke & Godfrey Reggio made.
Last year I became a student in the university, studying film and cinematography, and the first film I wanted to make is an homage to all those amazing films, but with my concept and my music.
I filmed it all alone and composed the music, so the vision of the film was very clear to me from the start."
SpiritOfBaraka is brought to you by Darren Lambert. A huge fan of the these films.
Many thanks to Mark Magidson for permission and information, Michelle & Janice @ Moldex for helping people to show Baraka, Ron Fricke for making such amazing films, and everyone else who makes these films, and this website possible.
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