Where is home?

This video, from Pico Lyes talks about home and the answer of the question ‘where is home?’
I found this video very inspiring and beautiful, though I can easily place myself and feel the same emotions and questions.

What stroked me and stayed impressed in my mind more are beautiful citations:

  • Only by stopping your movement and running around you can see where to go
  • The fact of not being able to clearly identify any physical point as your home is a terrific liberation
  • Travel beauty is not seeing new places, but start looking with different eyes
  • Where you come from, now is much less important than where you are going
  • Home is not the place where you happened to be born, is the place where you become yourself.
  • Home is not the place where you sleep, is a place where you stand.
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INFLUENCERS is a short documentary that explores what it means to be an influencer and how trends and creativity become contagious today in music, fashion and entertainment.

The film attempts to understand the essence of influence, what makes a person influential without taking a statistical or metric approach.

Written and Directed by Paul Rojanathara and Davis Johnson, the film is a Polaroid snapshot of New York influential creatives (advertising, design, fashion and entertainment) who are shaping today’s pop culture.

“Influencers” belongs to the new generation of short films, webdocs, which combine the documentary style and the online experience.


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Syria. The other side. by Ruslan Fedotow

Following the recent events that took place in Syria, people all over the world used to see this country like it presented by media. I have been twice there and can assure you Syria is a wonderful land with its age-old traditions and unique culture. First, I came to Syria together with my friends in August 2010. That’s exactly when I shot my first video about the place. Later Blake Whitman showed it on vimeo.com HD channel. The movie was warmly met and watched by a great number of people, what gave me an opportunity to take part in another project in Syria in February this year. It was a documentary about the country made in 20 days. I was DOP in a second unit. The video you see I made together with my friend from my Syrian shot here, at home. I wish people remembered Syria a great and marvelous country like it really is! Thank you!

Director of photography: Ruslan Fedotow
Edit/color: Artem Yakimov

Canon 5D mark2, 16-35mm 2,8L II, 24-70mm 2,8L, 70-200mm 2,8 IS L II, Glidetrack. Editing and color in Sony Vegas 10.

Special thanks: vimeo.com, Blake Whitman, artwarecorp.com, dslrvideo.ru, Marta Khvastova, Dasha Kovaleva, Andrew Mikhnuik.

from Ruslan Fedotow on Vimeo