Buck created the titles for this year’s F5 event and it looks as though it was an incredibly involved process. I continue to be amazed at the quality of work produced for the event and it’s on my ‘must attend’ list for next year. It doesn’t hurt that I am a huge fan of Buck either. Too many people involved in this production to list here so please click here to view the entire list of credits.
This is PepperMelon’s contribution to this year’s F5 Festival which we are definitely not missing next year. So much amazing work came out of this festival. Seriously mind blowing stuff by some of the best talent in the biz.
Directed and Produced by PepperMelon
Music/Sounds Design by David Kamp
F5 RE:PLAY TITLES
Directed and Produced by Upper First
Director Kristoffer Borgli gives F5 a little slice of his stark, evocative and emotional style and of course the result is a memorable piece of direction.
Woman – Inga Longvastøl Flem
Thief – Inge Alexander Karstensen
DoP: Jon Gaute Espevold
Editor: Mikael Svartdahl
Sound design: Daniel Angyal and Bård Farbu
Online: Ivar Rystad
F5 looks like it could be a really great event to attend this year if you are looking for a sincere creative recharge. The event is taking place April 16-17 in New York City.
Here is a little about the event:
“F5 is founded on the belief that true change occurs when you look outside your world and explore new horizons. The festival fosters creative collisions—unexpected insights from sources you didn’t see coming. The goal is nothing less than to change the way you think about your work and your life.
WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT:
- Two-days of inspiring presentations and discussions that will alter the way you think about work, life and everything in between
- Practical workshops from world-class talent
- An international showcase of cutting-edge artwork and design
- A relaxing bar/lounge to recharge your batteries and make new friends
- A reason to visit New York City, one of the great creative centers of the world
- An amazing after-party”
To find out more visit the official F5 website where you can sign up to purchase tickets to the event. Good times guaranteed in NYC.