Dreamy drone shots of autumnal New York by Humzadeas.
Many more here.
A short by Paul Trillo shot entirely (in one unbroken 10 minute take) by drone. The result is a uniquely menacing vision of one man’s public breakdown in full sight of his neighbours. To wit:
The entire shot was pre-visualized in CInema4D using 3D actors and computer generated voices. The camera operator and drone pilot then had to memorize everything beat for beat according to the script.
Here’s how it was made.
WRY MYRRH – appearing from the ether shortly
What you may need to know…
01. Comprised of composer/GASH Collective organiser Ellen King, and composer/Crevice member Irene Buckley, WRY MYRRH offers a sparse take on improv electronics, with sinister, brooding drone and noise inflections.
03. Streaming above is TWO, one of two pieces currently uploaded to the project’s Soundcloud. Stay with it to the end.
VERDICT: As exploratory as it is unsettling, WRY MYRRH’s minimalist improv is likely another experience again when immersed in it in a live situation.
Women on Waves write:
This morning the abortion drone flew from the Republic of Ireland to Northern Ireland at Narrow Waters Castle [in Co. Down].
After the drone landed safely, two women took the pills. At the same time, Women on Waves employed a [remote control] speedboat to send over more pills for the women. Making abortion illegal will not keep women from accessing abortion pills, by ship, by mail, through the internet, drone or [remote control] speedboat!
This afternoon, at 2.30pm, there will be another protest in front of the Court of Appeal in Belfast when the appeal regarding the decision by the High Court that Northern Ireland’s abortion law breaches the European Convention on Human Rights will be heard.
Tomorrow we will protest for Repeal of the 8th Amendment at 12.30pm outside Dáil Éireann with Ruth Coppinger TD and Dr Rebecca Gomperts.
Drone footage of the new set for the Ray D’Arcy Show debuting tomorrow night on RTÉ One.
Set designer Sinead O’Hanlon writes:
One of the key challenges for any chat show set is to ensure that both the presenter and their guests feel comfortable and at ease. Ray wanted the set to feel warm and to have an intimate feel, bearing that in mind we have tried to make sure he is as close to his guests and the audience as possible. We have used a blend of colours, materials and lighting to create a warm, engaging and contemporary design for the set. We also have a larger than usual performance area with a simple but effective LED background which allows a variety of looks for the many bands and performers that we hope to welcome to the show.
Previously: The Rays Of Our Life