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ALTAI - An unexpected Fortune Trailer

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In Spring 2014 the Austrian and German ski alpinists David Pitschmann, Fabian Lentsch, Joi Hoffmann, Michael Trojer and Jakob Schweighofer headed to the remote Russian Altai Mountains in hope to discover a skier's paradise. After a long travel they found themselves again in a tiny woodshed at the sidelines of a Russian farmers' village called Kurai, having no idea what is going to happen next. When the first sun rays squinted into their room, they opened the curtains and saw the whole Altai Massiv stuck out of the Sibirian steppe - unspoiled and incredibly beautiful. Will there be good skiing out there? What they finally found deep in the heart of these soaring mountains excelled their wildest imaginations - a truly unexpected fortune! Whiteroom Productions presents "ALTAI - An Unexpected Fortune", supported by Arcteryx and Skylotec. Starring David Pitschmann, Fabian Lentsch, Joi Hoffmann, Michael Trojer & Jakob Schweighofer Filmed by Jakob Schweighofer & Joi Hoffmann Edited by Joi Hoffmann Buy the whole film @ vimeo.com/119624737 Whiteroom Productions: whiteroom-productions.com facebook.com/WhiteroomProductions.Official/ instagram.com/whiteroomproductions/ It is time for the Whiteroom. We are a mountain skilled film, video and photo production from Innsbruck in Tirol,Austria. It is time for the Whiteroom. Wir sind eine professionelle, ski- und bergsportaffine Film-, Video- und Fotoproduktion aus Innsbruck in Tirol, Österreich.

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ARIADNE'S THREAD

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PLEASE SELECT 1080p HD Video quality for Viewing /// Compression is killing the mesh. Inspired by the homonym Greek myth, Ariadne’s thread is a piece about the tension and blending of opposites. Ariadne represents both pathos and logos, emotion and logic. In the labyrinth, Ariadne encounters her opposite, the brutal and mysterious force of the Minotaur. In the original story, Ariadne falls madly in love with Theseus and helps him navigate the labyrinth. According to most accounts she gives him a ball of thread, allowing him to retrace his path. Theseus kills the Minotaur with the sword of Aegeus and leads the other Athenians back out of the labyrinth. But on on the way home, Theseus abandons Ariadne on the island of Naxos and continues on. Ariadne helps Theseus killing the Minotaur, with the aid of a thread, symbol of life, logic and the fabric of existence. In this new interpretation, one leads to wonder what would happen, if Ariadne no longer relies on Theseus but faces her nemesis, the Minotaur, alone, and accepts that it is part of her. In Ariadne's Thread, Ariadne confronts the Minotaur head-on. Her inner strength accepts a dual nature where the beautiful and the brutal co-exist, when the male and the female blend into one, where emotion and logic, vulnerability and strength cannot part from each other. The very thread is what connects them together in an indiscernible oneness. The labyrinth is an archetype, a symbol that relates to wholeness, combining the image of the circle and the spiral into a meaningful path of awareness, a metaphor for the journey to the deep centre of the true self, and the absence of self. The tension between the two resolves itself into a poetic blending of two beings into one. In the Metaverse, identity is bodiless and genderless. It is fluid: bodies are connected, woven together by a common digital, metaphysical thread. In a labyrinth, one does not lose oneself In a labyrinth, one finds oneself. In a labyrinth, one does not encounter the Minotaur In a labyrinth, one encounters oneself. (Hermann Kern) Directed by Marta Di Francesco Starring - Hilda Lee, David Yang Wardrobe - Bea Szenfeld, Hanro, Berthold Stylist - Cynthia Lawrence-John Hair - David Barbieri at Caren Makeup - Liz Daxauer at Caren Prop Stylist - Helen Macintyre at Caren Technical Assistant - Andrej Savcic Lighting Assistant - Dusan Szokolovics Original score - Roberto Crippa Production - Creative Blood Created using Depthkit, an open source toolkit generously shared by J.George and A.Porter. Commissioned by VOGUE Italia and FashionFilmFestivalMilano.

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