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Uploaded on Jun 27, 2011
Phil Loarie (SchmueyVision) created this Life in a Day trailer at http://www.youtube.com/lifeinadaytrailer. Thanks for watching. UPDATE: This was made in June 2011, and went well with over 250 K hits in early July, however some time later, some one connected with YOUTUBE obliterated the sound track I had created by removing the camera sync sounds. No one asked me, they just took liberties. Not nice.
You can see more of my work here: youtube.com\filzilla schmueyvision.us
This trailer was made with the help of Youtube and the "Life in a Day" channel. They provided me with about 60 clips and a handful of music tracks from the movie and an interactive web interface editing suite so I could string 14 or so of the clips I liked best into a trailer. I believe there was a 14 clip limit and it had to be under a minute. My moon shot was not available in the selected clips but that's ok, they provided a rich and astonishing assortment of shots. I picked the ones that I wish I had taken and thought were exceptional in the telling of the story of "Life in a Day". I don't have the names of each of these cinematographers available to me but here is a web site that lists all the nearly 500 contributors to this magnificent movie:
I highly recommend that you visit the above URL to learn more about the fabulous bunch of people that made this film possible. Many of the contributors are everyday folks just like you and me who got out there and took these great shots on July 24th, 2010.
All I did here was a bit of editing to help promote this film.
Special Update: On July 24th, 2011, "Life In A Day" a film directed by Kevin MacDonald and produced by Ridley Scott, will premiere in theaters across the USA. My moon clip is the opening shot. Hope you enjoy it. Here's the link:
Please note the link above presents the raw unedited clip which is about 7 minutes long. What is used in the movie is only a few seconds from where the moon is about half way through the frame which makes total sense in the context of this film.