Time counts differently

Singer/songwriter Josh Williams sings about the timeless gorges and waterholes of arid Australia. They are the preserver of water, and thus of life itself, until the rains finally come again.
In this ancient land, time counts differently.

  • Chris Tangey
    Director
    Outback, Unseen Australia
  • Chris Tangey
    Cinematographer
    Outback, Unseen Australia
  • Chris Tangey
    Editor
    Unseen Australia, Outback
  • Project Type:
    Music Video
  • Runtime:
    4 minutes 43 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    February 20, 2022
  • Production Budget:
    2,000 AUD
  • Country of Origin:
    Australia
  • Country of Filming:
    Australia
  • Shooting Format:
    Blackmagic RAW and DJI d-log
  • Aspect Ratio:
    16:9
  • Film Color:
    Color
  • First-time Filmmaker:
    No
  • Student Project:
    No
  • West End Film Festival
    Brisbane
    Australia
    July 28, 2022
    Finalist-Music video
  • Melbourne Cineverse Film Festival
    Melbourne
    Australia
    August 11, 2022
    Finalist-Australian music video
Director Biography - Chris Tangey

According to Los Angeles' Stage32.com, the world's largest film and television hub, Chris Tangey is "one of the most sought-after Drone Cinematographers in the world." He is Owner/Manager of Alice Springs Film and Television, a diverse media production and services company based in the very center of the Australian outback. 30 years Cinematography and Photography experience.

AWARDS: Winner "The American Drone Award" 8th annual American Film Award New York 2021

Winner “Landscape” Jeju International Drone Film Festival South Korea 2021

Winner "Landscape” AZDroneFest Arizona 2021

Winner "Best Drone film" Voce Spettacolo Film Festival Italy 2021

Winner "Best film on nature" Kalakari Film Festival India 2021

Winner "Best Cinematography" Austria International Film Festival Vienna 2020

Winner "Best Cinematography" Buenos Aires International Film Festival 2020

Winner inaugural "Best drone film" category 10th annual Paris Art and Movie Awards (PAMA) 2020.

Winner May 2020 "Best Drone film" and "Best Natural Scenography" New York International Film Awards.

Winner "Best Aerial Cinematography" European Cinematography Awards Amsterdam,

Winner "Best Drone film" Orinos® Film Awards New York 2020.

Winner "Best Aerial Cinematography" and "Best cinematography of a documentary short film" Asian Cinematography Awards Manila 2020.

OFFICIAL SELECTION/FINALIST:

Finalist Southern California Drone Film Festival 2022

Dual-Finalist ACS National Awards for Cinematography Canberra 2021

Nominee 11th annual Paris Art and Movie Awards (PAMA) 2021

Nominee New Media Film Festival Los Angeles 2021

Finalist Boston drone Film Festival 2021

Official Selection Bucharest Film Awards 2021

Official Selection Blue2Blue Drone Film Festival 2021

Official Selection NO AR Drone Fest Brazil 2020

Official Selection Prague Independent Film Festival 2020

Official Selection 180 Berlin FilmFest 2020

Expert Drone Instructor at stage32.com Keycut Stock Artist keycutstock.com/
Recent aerial projects include: Featured material for "Great Southern Land", the new permanent exhibition at the National Museum of Australia, Canberra. The 2-part finale of the "The Bachelor" (U.S. 2020) for Warner Brothers, "Nomad-in the footsteps of Bruce Chatwin" under the direction of film legend Werner Herzog, BBC's blue-chip nature series "7 Worlds-One Planet", global TVC for Tourism Australia "Dundee" under Academy award-winning DOP Russell Boyd ASC, ACS, and all of the Australia footage for Nathaniel Rateliff's music video "Time Stands".

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