Holden Finds “New Light” in Tasmania

No doubt time-lapse films are everywhere these days and some say the time for time-lapse has lapsed. But director Timothy Melville and cinematographer Nathan Kaso are out the convince you otherwise with this sweeping branded film for Australian car maker Holden, shot over seven nights across the wilderness of Tasmania.

“We travelled over 2,000km through the barren hills of Queenstown, to the vibrant streets of Hobart and finished on the dolerite plateau of Ben Lomond National Park. We captured nearly 20,000 still images, shooting from dusk until dawn and averaged just four hours sleep per day.”

Agency: Isobar
Creative Director: Dave Budge
Strategist: Hayley Rose
Account Manager: Nick Hardie-Grant
Art Director: Tom Kearney

Production company: The Story Lab
Director: Timothy Melville
Cinematographer: Nathan Kaso
Production Assistant: Christina Remnant

Composer: Tom Day

Equipment:
Canon 5D Mark III
Sigma 35mm f/1.4 ART, Canon 17-40mm f/4L, 24-105mm f/4L
Dynamic Perception Stage One 6′ motorised slider
Emotimo TB3 Black motion control head
Elinchrom Ranger RX Speed AS lights
Manfrotto heavy-duty suction mounts

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