This is the first project by the Groningen-based film & music duo DocterSterkenburg, where I'm part of at the moment. The movie is partially inspired by the work of Volkan Ergen >>> and Kuze >>>, who made some monumental split-screen films. The actual way of color-correcting and the whole atmosphere is offcourse purely Muziektelevisie style.
This was really just a quick one, because we were under some pressure to reach 15.000 views in less than a week. Our next project, airing in october, will probably be a more ambitious project and will go along with a full EP, which we're actually going to try to sell. You can follow us at our website; www.doctersterkenburg.com >>>
Oh, and if you embed this video and let us know, you'll receive the EP "Melancholy Morning" freely.
artist: Christiaan Docter >>> composition: Come on, feel the Groningen! (1:18) release: Melancholy Morning
recording dates: june 15, 16, 2009 total footage: 34 minutes time spent on editing: +/- 5 hours equipment: Infrared modded PANASONIC NV-GS320 3CCD with the Twoneil+ 35mm adapter, a Nikon AF NIKKOR 50mm f1.8 SLR lens and a Nikon AF NIKKOR 28-105mm f3.5-f5.6 lens software: Adobe Premiere Pro CS4, Magic Bullet Looks 1.0, JES Deinterlacer, Adobe Photoshop CS4, Quicktime Pro
Muziektelevisie is a Groningen-based film duo consisting of J.T. Sterkenburg and K. de Vries. Their filming style is characterized by slightly surrealistic manipulations and a nostalgic undertone.
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Muziektelevisie works for bands or artists who wish to feature their music with film. If you want to know more about that, or something else, send us a message: email@example.com>>>
OTHER PLACES vimeo.com/muziektelevisie>>> youtube.com/muziektelevisie>>> doctersterkenburg.tumblr.com>>>
SELECTED FILMS Vincent's Daydream >>> A Faded White | Super 8mm movie >>> One Day Like This >>> Come on, feel the Groningen! >>> An Invisible Light >>>