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#1 chris caliman

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Posted 01 September 2006 - 08:04 PM

hi, back again, heres a link to the full ducumentary which i shooted 2003 in germany.
some pictures are in my showreel at the end...
the film is 11 min long, shooted in 16mm, BW, Kodak
the file is 70 mb big, but nice quality witch your quicktime player...

Link: http://www.cocoshare...322/thanato.m4v

its a interesting documentary but be warned the are some brutal scenes...

please write me your opinion

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Posted 03 September 2006 - 03:47 PM

for all who dont want to download 70mb

http://blip.tv/file/69168

like youtube

greets
chris

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Posted 04 September 2006 - 09:11 AM

for all who dont want to download 70mb

http://blip.tv/file/69168

like youtube

greets
chris



mmh no answers, sad, ok but you need probably some more informations..
ok i had 5 hours to shoot the film.
arrisr1 camera aspec ratio wonderfull 1:1.33
3 rolls of kodak/eastman Double x bw material
and the film is from 2003 a little bit old, but i think its a great and real small filmstudent documentary, very special but real interesting not because of the hard scenes.
i think its very oldschool, but nice
greets chris
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Posted 07 September 2006 - 05:41 PM

hi, i cant edit the post so here is the last link to the interesting and special
documentary from germany about modern embalming...
you schould see it but be warned of the explicit details you are about to see...

http://blip.tv/file/70710

and please look at my dopshowreel

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Posted 07 September 2006 - 06:03 PM

i post so long, till i get some critics... i cant believe that this is a international cinematographer forum and i donĀ“t get one critic. Why? Why this film is ignored by you? i never said that i made a schocking unbelievebel absolute new documentary, no its just my first 16mm documentary for my filmschool in germany at 2003 and i think thats a interesting film, which schould be viewed by people/cinematographer who doesnt want to see all time the same boring television/docutainment thing. like in germany. Ok some scenes are realy hard to see but this is the idea of the film. to document somebody at work. And thats his work. "modern embalming"
And im not a director student, its a cinematographer film, so if you are older than 16...
thanks
and greets chris


you schould see it but be warned of the explicit details you are about to see...

http://blip.tv/file/70710

and please look at my dopshowreel

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