••• Note unlike most of the videos i post, I was not responsible for the final touch on this film •••
Conceived, created and produced by Poetic Kinetics.
Director: Patrick Shearn
Producer: Cynthia Washburn
Executive Producer: Goldenvoice LLC
Director of Photography: Patryk Kizny / kizny.com
Editors: Neil Meiklejohn, Aga Gonczarek
Helix Poeticus Design & Fabrication:
Poetic Kinetics Inc., Adam Crocker, Alexander Frost, Andrea Ruane, Andy Highland, Aviram Soltes, Ben Krout, Ben Shearn, Cambry Curry, Caroline Dieden, Cynthia Washburn, David Mesloh, David Paris, Derek Welsh, Devan Brown, Geoffrey April, James Peterson, Jamie Higgins-Ross, Jean Fitzpatrick, Jennifer Moore, Jessica Allard, Jessika Vermette, Jesus Guererro, Jon Curry, Jordan Paul, Juli Gudmundson, Merr Shearn, Michael Stromberg, Michael Young, Nathan Meyers, Neal Everett, Patrick Shearn, Pilar Caballero, Sean Hertel, Sean Sobczak, Syd Klinge, Terril Teram, Tyler Hanson, Tyra Segars, Tzipora Hoynik, William Walsky, Zach Segars, Zeth DuBois
Helix Poeticus Mural Art:
Herakut: Jasmin Siddiqui & Falk Lehmann
Mural Art Production:
Caspar Martin & Dave Sheldon
Ross Gerbasi, Stuart Marsh, Andrew Walker, Robert Paluch
Jon Ross, Raechel Running, Jaron Tauch, Steven Simpson, Daniel Bean
Shyam Yadav, Christy Fiers
Rock, Paper Scissors, Megan Meloth
Niel Meiklejohn & Aga Gonczarek
Visual Effects: A52
Artist: Blake Huber
VFX Producer: Annie Zarcoff
Colorist: Tommy Hooper
Music: “Gravity” by Lusine
Special Thanks to 2013 Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival Installation Artists:
Paul Clementte “Mirage”
The Do Lab “Treepees” - thedolab.com/
Flux Foundation “The Sidewalk’s End” - fluxfoundation.org
Poetic Kinetics Inc “PK-107 Mantis” - poetickinetics.com
Derek Doublin “Coachella Power Station” - coachellapowerstation.com
Vanessa Bonet “Coachella Power Station” - coachellapowerstation.com
Syd Klinge “Cauac Twins” - sydklinge.com
Shrine “Shrine” shrineon.com
Johnny Amerika “Recyclasaurus Rex” - faf.filmzombi.com
Todd Williams “Land Shark” - toddwilliamsdesign.com
Darren Barnes “Hotshot the Robot” - hotshottherobot.com
Robert Bose “Balloon Chain” - balloonchain.com
Coachella Team Thanks:
Paul Clemente, Bill Fold, Dani Lindstrom, Raymond Leon Roker, Gopi Sangha
Amana Everyday is a promo short film for Amana - the local municipality of the city of Jeddah, Saudi Arabia produced to support the event of Amana rebranding.
Agency: Rayat Brands rayatbrands.com/
CEO: Ahmad Alnouri
Chief Creative Officer: Khaled Kattan
Art Director: Ahmed Alsayeh
Client Servicing Directors: Zaid Aquil & Faisal Asad
Production: SilverGrey Pictures silvergrey.tv
Executives Producers: Silvio Saadé & Ghadeer Zainy
Producer: Ray Marokel
Director of photography: Patryk Kizny
Editor: Patryk Kizny
Colorists: Patryk Kizny & Mat Zdziebko
Compositing: Mat Zdziebko
Sound: SonicFusion sonicfusion.net
Sound Mixing & Mastering: Firas Shatila
Rentals & Services: Speed Track Productions speedtrack.net
Gaffer: Samer Abu Hanna
Best Boy: Ghafur Thytodika
Coordinator: Samah Seifeddin, Maha Ghannam & Wassim Tanji
Motion Control Equipment: DitoGear™ ditogear.com
Hyatt Park Hotel: Mr. Safwan Modir
Xenel Holding: Mr. David Joury
Corniche Gardens: Mr. Abdulaziz A. Kaaki
Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
"Writing is kind of like making soup… sometimes it takes time for the flavor to settle in." Check Rebirth scriptwriter, Daniel Bean’s reflections on working on the script.
Patryk Kizny has been working on his sequel to The Chapel for about two years. About a year ago Patryk and I had a Skype call, and discussed the film he was calling ‘Rebirth’ and what was needed in terms of a script. Usually, with films script comes first. But Rebirth is not a conventional…
Rebirth is the first film ever to pioneer the use of high-end pointcloud data visualizations obtained via laser scanning as a means of expression. Set in an extraordinary decaying church in Poland (known from a short film “The Chapel”) the film combines art and technology to answer fundamental questions of humanity.
A QUICK FOREWORD
That’s a big moment.
Rebirth has been already in production for almost 2 years and we did put enormous amount of work and heart into this project. The work is getting near the end. Now we need your help to complete it and make it widely available to the public.
We have just started an indiegogo crowd funding campaign that we hope to help us gather funds necessary for finalizing the post and releasing the film. You can support us by spreading the word, donating, preordering the Collector’s Edition or even more.
Please support the project at igg.me/at/rebirth-film
Please spread the word. We count on you.
“Rebirth” is an experimental short film by Patryk Kizny, a visual artist recognized for pioneering motion-controlled timelapse cinematography and exploring innovative imaging techniques.
“Rebirth” is a metaphysical story exploring human desire for transcendence and achieving immortality through creation.
The film’s distinctive qualities are based on cross-discipline visual approach, an innovative use of emerging technologies and as such the film has no precedence in the history of visual arts and cinema.
To some extent, the film builds on previous Kizny’s experience with motion-controlled and HDR timelapse used in famous “The Chapel” (2010) or “The Dreams Come True” (2011).
Yet, with this short film Kizny steps far beyond typical visual means such as live action cinematography or time lapse, reaching for such innovative imaging techniques as laser scanning, used for the first time in film as a mean of expression and point cloud-based visuals combined with motion capture or photogrammetry.
Read more about the film at rebirth-film.com
The making of Warrior Nun Sizzle Reel
The Making Of Credits:
Produced by LookyCreative
Cinematography: Patryk Kizny & Mat Zdziebko
Edit: Mat Zdziebko
Grading: Patryk Kizny
The Sizzle Reel Credits
Director: AJ Anila
DOP: Hnri Hena Blomberg
Perfect Circle: Dean English
TenOne Films: Robert Burke
Film Polska: Krzysztof Sołek
Actors: Krista Kosonen, Peter Lucas
Production Coordinators: Magda Ludwig, Marek Nawracaj
Equipment & Lab: Alvernia Studios
Stunts: Tim Man & Stunt Team Poland
Custumes: Anna Kurpas
Hair Design: Rafał Łazar
Set Design: Łukasz Trzcinski
Shot in July, 2012 in Poland.
Jog Yor Shots - a DitoGear™ Motion Control Equipment commercial.
Talent: Mike Arthur
Production company: LookyCreative
Production, DP & Grading: Patryk Kizny
Concept, Direction & Edit: Mat Zdziebko
Camera assistant: Maciej Tomkow
Making of: Maciej Tomkow
Photos: Aga Gonczarek
Check DitoGear™ motion control equipment promo