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  • Under The Rope | The Story of Muay Thai Fighter Sylvie von Duuglas-Ittu

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    Documentary about inspirational female Muay Thai fighter Sylvie Von Duuglas-Ittu and the story of how a feminist from the U.S.A. fell in love with a foreign community that had gender inequality at the core of its values.

    A film by Simon Mulvaney
    Web: https://smulvaney.tv
    Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/smulvaney
    Instagram: https://instagram.com/smulv...
    Facebook: https://facebook.com/smulva...
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    Simon Mulvaney is a location indipendent documentary, commercial, content and music video director, working closely with numerous production companies and clients around the world to deliver atmospheric, energetic and thought-provoking content.

    The story of Sylvie von Duuglas-Ittu
    Web: https://8limbs.us
    YouTube: https://youtube.com/user/Ma...
    Patreon: https://patreon.com/sylviemuay
    Facebook: https://facebook.com/sylvie...
    Instagram: https://instagram.com/sylvi...
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/_ittu

    Sylvie is quite possibly the most documented fighter ever, due to the fact that she has taken it upon herself to film and write about her experiences and training in Muay Thai from day one.

    Over the past decade, Sylvie has achieved numerous acolades, including a world-record 200 professional fights on Thai soil, ‘Muay Thai Journalist Of The Year’, as well as creating a successful YouTube Channel and blog. She continues to fight frequently in Thailand, but has focused her attention towards archiving some of muay thai’s greatest fighters in the form of video training videos with commentary, which you can access via Patreon.

    Music: ‘Inanna’ by Armand Amar, from the album 'Moving Music’
    Web: https://armandamar.com
    Facebook: https://facebook.com/armand...
    Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/us......

    Special thanks to Master K, Emma Halawi, Allessandra D’Avanzo, Kevin von Duuglad-Ittu, Katrin Amar-Oebel, Thapahae Boxing Stadium, Ed Kiernan & Rosie Brown, Yakkao Boxing & The Gate Films

    Camera: Sony A7sii, Canon 24-70mm f2.8 lens, Metabones EF to E-Mount adaptor, Tiffen VND filter, DJI Mavic Pro
    Post Production: Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2017 Show less
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    Released in 2011, Ground Control came to define a years worth of achievement from the blading community. Featuring a strong roster of talent from the team itself and directed by Simon Mulvaney, this film documents the story of the frames beneath the feet of each of the GC team.



    A film by Simon Mulvaney

    Starring Brian Aragon, Joey Chase, Julian Bah, Chaz Sands, Damien Wilson, Gabriel Hyden, Alex Burston and Nils Jansons.

    Also featuring Dre Powell, Stefan Horngacher, Sammy Chase, Yuri Botelho, Mathias Silhan, Lyle Shivak, Kåre Lindberg, Marc Moreno, Dominik Wagner, Andrew Jaccuzi, Keaton Newsom, David Andrews, Derek Henderson, Chris Haffey, Michael Braud.

    Camera Operators: Simon Mulvaney, Chaz Sands, Damien Wilson, Joey Chase, Max Manning, Phillip Long, Josh Glowicki, Gabriel Hyden, Rolsn Rollschauch, Martin Jansons, Marc Moreno, Brent Hicks, Sammy Chase, Pete Dearden, Dre Powell, Julian Bah, Stefan Horngacher.

    Script Supervisor: Tom Roberts

    Audio Technician: Simon Mulvaney

    VFX Artist: Simon Mulvaney

    Editor: Simon Mulvaney

    Second Unit Directors: Chaz Sands, Damien Wilson, Gabriel Hyden, Max Manning, Phillip Long, Josh Glowicki, Martin Jansons, Marc Moreno

    Line Producer: Andy Wagener

    Assistant Producers: Simon Mulvaney, Jan Welch, Geoff Acres,

    Director: Simon Mulvaney

    Executive Producer: Jon Elliott



    We started Ground Control in order to fill a void in the industry. Skating had evolved into a high impact stunt orientated art form and the frames on the market wouldn't hold up to our rolling. We needed a frame that the elite pro's could trust under their boots, a frame that allowed them to continue to push the envelope. After months of working with a structural engineer and CAD designer we released not only the first after market UFS frame but the industries first symmetrical frame as well. The standard was set and GC was born.

    My close friend Chris Peel helped me put together the logo. I wanted something that we (the rollerbladers) would recognise each other by. From across a crowd in any given airport or park the blade would serve its purpose. The GC sickle was designed to be your flag, like a secret handshake it only belongs to those who just 'get it'. I'm proud to have had such an elite team over the years and be involved in such an eclectic industry. The current roster has given their blood for this film so do them the favor and soak it up. Enjoy the trip.

    Thank you,
    Jon Elliot

    http://gc-uprising.com
    http://smulvaney.tv
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