RONALD FABER Underwater videographer
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The treasures of the pharao

2015

Synopsis:


‘The treasures of the Pharaoh’ is an experimental production consisting of a smooth balance between sound and video-images. The beautiful composed music follows the footage, or the other way around if you like. The treasures of the Pharaoh contains footage shot in February 2015 in Hurghada Egypt. It shows a variety of marine creatures living on the house reef of Arabella Azur Resort. The video production is built like a book. The footage is divided into five chapters each containing a specific part of the life on the reef.


The soundtrack is performed by Kevin MacLeod, an American composer and music producer living in New York City. MacLeod is best known for his distribution of royalty-free library music through his website, Incompetech.com.


Official selections:


Official selection MIMA 2015 festival L'Estartit - Spain



Other screenings:


Official selection 37th PAF TACHOV International diving festival Tachov Czech Republic 2015

Concurs Popular Videosub MIMA 2015 L'Estartit – Spain 2015

Projection of the MIMA winners 2015 at Plaça de la LLevantina L'Estartit august 2nd 2015



Awards:


Winner of the public award at the yearly Medes, Imatge i Medi Ambient (MIMA) festival 2015 L’Estartit – Spain


Production notes:

Camera, script and edit: Ronald Faber © 2015

Duration:   07:05 minutes

Filmed in HD 1080P / Scope 2.33:1

Subtitles in English

Location: Hurghada - Egypt

Music: Kevin MacLeod

All licensed under a Creative Commons