Eve is Confectionary Aisle’s submission to the V48 Hours Film Festival New Zealand.
We think its a great work of film, considering that the team only had 48 hours from conceptualization, writing, scripting, shooting on location, editing, putting the audio together and then, last but not the least, rendering the final video! Phew.
Watch it. (Go to video link to see full credits)
EVE :: 48 Hours Short Film 2012 from Mark Marchand :: m3 on Vimeo.
He is a cafe barista, wood carving artist, manga drawer and freestyle Bboy by day.
By night, that’s another story. By night, he turns into a….. Well watch this. Viewer discretion is advised.
SWARM girls at the GapFillers’ Christchurch’s Dance-O-Mat last week. Mean!!!!!!
SWARM Perform to Climax by Usher at the Dance-O-Mat in Christchurch, New Zealand.
Directed / Edited:
Mark Marchand :: m3
Makeup by Jumee Wardlaw
SACRIFICIUM was the Easter events at Majestic. Read about Sacrificium here.
Here are some iPhone photos that documented the behind-the-scenes as well as some more photos of the events that some of our Collective artists posted on their Instagrams.
We also filmed the whole event and will have a video out soon.
We knew the Gap-Fillers project people were on to something as soon as they announced their latest installment in the city: The Dance-O-Mat.
Ok, I should explain what Gap-Fillers Project is, first.
After the quake of Christchurch on February 22, 2011, many buildings had to come down in the city. Many places were deemed unsafe to live in. Many spaces had to be revamped and cleared. If you look at Christchurch now, you will notice there is a lot of empty spaces. A lot of gaps.
The Gap Fillers Project was started by people in the city who decided not to leave these empty spaces morbidly empty as they were but to instead fill it up with art and creativity.
Dance-O-Mat is just one of their many innovation to fill up the gaps.
Read more on Gap Filler Christchurch here.
Moorhouse Dance Studio is a dance studio that seeks ‘to up-skill and inspire young people through a high level of urban dance training and performance opportunities including competitions and various community events’. Find them on Facebook.
So.. We in Christchurch love MisteR. They our homies. REPRESENT!
But it gets better for us when Mark (M3 Media) makes the behind the scenes of MisteR photoshoot and Mikey (Mikey1point0) puts in the music for it.
Check this uber cool video.
I love it.
“Rest” performed live by Nadia Reid & Nate Phillips for the Majestic Youth “Above the Noise” album launch with Chancy Rattanong performing a ballet piece.
To purchase the album “Above the Noise” click here : itunes.apple.com/nz/album/majestic-youth-above-noise/id456581339
Filmed by Clinton Lloyd / Nathan Adams / Evan Christieson / Craig Forster.
Edited by Craig Forster.