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The Story of Root Candles

 

One of my favorite films is Stanley Kubrick’s, Barry Lyndon. In addition to the glorious cinematography, two production legends from the making of that film, often come to mind. The first is how Kubrick waited for just the right cloud formations during the exteriors. The second was how he talked his friend Carl Zeiss into making special extremely sensitive lenses so he could shoot in actual candle light.

 

These two filmmaking legends came to life on a very low budget scale during the filming of a corporate history for the Medina-based Root Candles. Their company was founded in 1869 by Amos Ives Root who was a man obsessed with bees.

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A Mission in 4 Parts:
The Mt. Sinai 2010 Annual Report

 

This year, the Mt. Sinai Health Care Foundation did its Annual Report as web site and a story on film. Take a look at the great job they did here:www.mtsinaifoundation.org/annual2010

 

Because their mission is divided into four areas of health care, TELOS suggested a String Quartet
would be a way to visualize their four-part mission. The OMNI Quartet, composed of members from
The Cleveland Orchestra, graciously allowed us to film them performing the Ravel String Quartet in
F Major in a gorgeous woodland setting.

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Extreme Visions

 

The argument is not new but it has never been so vociferous. The quarrel between the Ancients and the Moderns has erupted all over again. This time, the debate ensues on the campus of Princeton University,
in big bold architectural statements by two world-class architects at the height of their powers.

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Jones Day China

 

Some projects just seem to come together organically and the Jones Day China project is happily one
of those lucky ones. Shot on location in Hong Kong and Beijing the project would eventually involve contributors from all over the world.

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