"Everything is inspiration!" - "Inspiration is Everything!" VITÙC, Vito Labalest
Visual poetry, storytelling, experimental, short films, music clips, photography - welcome Vito Labalestra.
The more often we see the things around us - even the beautiful and wonderful things - the more they become invisible to us. That is why we often take for granted the beauty of this world: the flowers, the trees, the birds, the clouds - even those we love. Because we see things so often, we see them less and less.
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EYES WIDE OPEN
Please take a 2:32min break and fell in love with this wonderful short film about Bangladesh.
What can I say about my trip ?
In Bangladesh especially in the chars of Gaibandha, I rediscovered all the things I thought we had lost: the joy of life, the innocence, the simplicity, the human warmth, the authenticity, peace, space and freedom … or almost. It’s like I found back the human being.
How did I feel during my trip?
Sometimes I felt like Robinson Crusoe especially on the chars, sometimes like an adventurer, sometimes like a star making selfies with the local people, sometimes I felt like turning back in time, sometimes being on an other planet, sometimes being like in a dream, sometimes I was lost in translation and ….sometimes I missed my spaghettis. To resume, Bangladesh is a wonderful country … I have never met such franc, kind and hospital people like the Bengalis. And what great workers ! They made me often think of ants ... I saw everywhere legs, hands and fingers of men, women, young and old … but also of kids … and that put some tears in my eyes. Yes, I will never forget all these beautiful and intense moments and faces. Now I am a rich man...
This is also my first experience with the Sony A7s2. Entirely filmed handheld in 4K - exported in full hd. I used mostly Sony lens 16-35mm f4 and sometimes sony 35 mm f2.8. Presets Ciné 4. Miller Luts - Hyde Park
Music arranged by Rem Perry Many thanks to Rem Perry (Composer, Producer and Arranger) www.remperry.com