How do you work on one project with four different directors and two other cinematographers with completely different visions? How do you film the exact same place and time, but through three different perspectives, with an ever changing daylight and poor weather conditions? How do you shoot underwater scenes with only an aquarium and fisherman overalls?
unsettling paradox of simultaneously running away from and towards your past
From directing 80 shots in 7 hours through shooting from a sinking boat and dealing with an actress’ hypothermia on set to overnight underwater scenes with scuba divers - the directors of “Once Upon a Pink Sedan” have experienced all kinds of intense moments during the interactive album’s production...
The photographer Vladislav Terziiski takes Minka and Asen on a journey across Bulgaria. Check out in this case study what was our journey delivering this video.
EVN made us an accomplice in Alex and Katya’s magical love story.
Case studies like this allow us to show case some of the varied work we do. We are often requested to do work that is not only for commercial use. For example, we stay positive, flexible and supportive to social campaigns that we stand proudly behind. Here is something we collaborated with Fine Acts Foundation – not our first project together. Because it’s always a beautiful journey when you work with people who are united by common moral and professional values.
Did you know that the average video retains 37% of viewers all the way to the end of the video? It’s true. How do you make sure your viewers are watching your videos all the way to the end?
You give them a face, they see a canvas and they add another layer to the storyline.
Five production designers, five films each.
Inspiration during self-isolation continues. This week we are sharing some of the DOP’s choices for an escape into the world of cinema, right from the sofa in your living room and in your pajamas.
During these troubled times when almost all of us are locked at home trying to find all kinds of useful activities to do, we decided to give you some film suggestions.
А wanderer, a child of the world, a traveler, a wind-grabbing wave ... perhaps all this is true when you try to describe Tomislav. My conversation with him has taken me to so many places that I can safely say that his imagination and his ability to tell stories don’t know what isolation is.
Creating a believable illusion through costume design is one of the most important aspects in my work.
Have you ever wanted to say so much about someone and not being able to find the exact words at the same time, because nothing is enough to describe him or her, because the person in front of you is one of a kind…
“Music can raze out the written troubles of the brain” by William Shakespeare
If love is an intention - intention to cherish and to give yourself in, then Dimitris is the personification of Love.
A young workaholic, and when I say workaholic, I mean a person who is engaged with what he is doing, who is invested in his work, who is enthusiastic about his job,who loves what he does.
I want to introduce you to one of the young and talented Directors of Photography (DoP) – Damian Dimitrov who is 27 years old and loves the night, the sunrise and sunset, the world around him and mostly – his work.
A romantic story about a great dreamer.
A quiet and calm voice and a genuine smile. What a delight!
“Is Making a Spec Commercial Worth It?” won one of the competitions in Tongal Community-written blog posts series that were originally sourced in the Tell Us About It Tongal Blog Project. Happy to share it with you on our official blog page as well.
Philippe is a child of the world. He traveled a lot to learn, to experience, to get as much as possible from himself and the world around him.
Talking about the magic of creating new worlds.