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دانلود فیلم مستند Samsara 2011

Samsara 2011 یک فیلم مستند موزیکال می باشد که در سال 2011 توسط کمپانی Bali Film Center ساخته شد . کارگردانی این فیلم مستند بر عهده Ron Fricke بوده است که سابقه ساخت فیلم های مستندی چون Baraka , Chronos و مستند تحسین شده Koyaanisqatsi را دارد و او برای ساخت این فیلم های مستند موفق به کسب جوایز بسیاری شد . کلمه Samsara به معنی تولد ، مرگ و دوباره متولد شدن را دارد . فیلم برداری این فیلم مستند بیش از چهار سال به طول انجامید و تیم تولید در بیش از بیست و پنج کشور مختلف مشغول فیلم برداری برای ساخت این فیلم مستند شدند . در فیلم مستند Samsara 2011 ران فریک به بررسی مسائل مختلفی چون مذهب ، فجایع ، کمپانی های بزرگ و شگفتی های طبیعی می پردازد . در این فیلم مستند شما شاهد تصاویری از بعضی شگفتی های کره زمین خواهید دید که تاکنون در هیچ فیلم مستند دیگری مشابه آن به تصویر کشیده نشده است .

samsara

– ژانر : مستند

– تهیه کننده : Bali Film Center

– تاریخ انتشار : 2011

– محصول کشور : ایالات متحده

– زبان : انگلیسی

– تعداد قسمت : 1

– کیفیت نمایش : 720Bluray – 1080Bluray

– فرمت فایل : mkv

– زیر نویس فارسی : دارد

Samsara 2011

Samsara is directed by Ron Fricke and produced by Mark Magidson. The pair had collaborated on Baraka (1992) and reunited in 2006 to plan Samsara. They researched locations that would fit the conceptual imagery of saṃsāra, to them "meaning 'birth, death and rebirth' or 'impermanence'". They gathered research from people's works and photo books as well as the Internet and YouTube, resources not available at the time of planning Baraka.[3] They considered using digital cameras but decided to film in 70 mm instead, considering its quality superior.[4] Fricke and Magidson began filming Samsara the following year.[5] Filming lasted for more than four years and took place in 25 countries across five continents.[6] Three years into filming, the pair began assembling the film and editing it. They pursued several pick-up shoots to augment the final product.[3]


The crew used three 70 mm cameras for filming; two cameras manufactured by Panavision and one specialty time-lapse camera designed by Fricke. While the scenes were captured on 65 mm negative film, they were output to Digital Cinema Package (DCP), a digital output. Magidson described the process, "We're doing a combination of what we think is the best of both technologies, the best way to image capture and then the best way to output. Once we get into the digital environment, we're able to refine the imagery, we're able to save shots that we'd have to otherwise trash really for various reasons." Where they cut their negatives for Baraka, the negatives for Samsara were scanned then worked on digitally. The pair used the Telecine process to format the film to ProRes for the editing process and used Final Cut for editing.[3]


The crew filmed from a bird's-eye view a scene of pilgrims surrounding the Kaaba in Mecca, Saudi Arabia. A 40-floor building was recently constructed next to the mosque that surrounded the Kaaba, so the filmmakers were able to film the pilgrims with permission of the building's owner.[3]

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