EXP3R1M3NT4L - 60 films in 20sec2015 JP Caldeano Category: Cinema Artist Website: http://www.jpcaldeano.co.uk/

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Is a 20sec short film by JP Caldeano. 35mm movie frames sticked together manually. This film was created joining together 500 film frames manually. It was slowed down by 4 times to creata an hipnotic sound track. The clicks that create the ambiental noise of this piece vomes from the scanning of the film from analog to digital, and the space between each frame creates the beat... the rest of the noise is the short sounds coming from dialogs and music of each frame. JP Caldeano worked in the cinema and after the films he used to save frames from each film... he saved them for more than a decade and one day he sticked them all together manually and then scanned the film to a digital file... this is the result of: 500 single frames 60 feature films 48hours of manual editing

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JP Caldeano Portugal, UK AIP- Associação de Imagem Portuguesa
Filmography :Tiro e Queda (2018), Carga (2017), Goitacá (2016), Hush Hush (2016, second unit DP), Guardians (2016, second unit DP). Born and raised in Portugal, JP Caldeano discovered photography early in life. He soon developed a passion for moving images and at the age of 23 after finishing his BA(hons) in Sound and Image at ESAD in Portugal he flew to London to work for ARRI Media UK to improve his camera skills working on the camera department and later on supporting film crews in films such as Skyfall, Rush, Downton Abbey, Game of Thrones, Kick-Ass 2, Les Miserables and many others. He has worked as cinematographer on a number of short dramas for up coming directors which are currently touring the festival circuit and has shot commercials for TV and Cinema. Graduated with an MA in Cinematography at the Met Film School in London, is currently working on feature films. Conceito: EXP3R1M3NT4L - 60 films in 20sec Is a 20sec short film by JP Caldeano. 35mm movie frames sticked together manually. This film was created joining together 500 film frames manually. It was slowed down by 4 times to creata an hipnotic sound track. The clicks that create the ambiental noise of this piece vomes from the scanning of the film from analog to digital, and the space between each frame creates the beat... the rest of the noise is the short sounds coming from dialogs and music of each frame. JP Caldeano worked in the cinema and after the films he used to save frames from each film... he saved them for more than a decade and one day he sticked them all together manually and then scanned the film to a digital file... this is the result of: 500 single frames 60 feature films 48hours of manual editing