As part of the celebrations of Marseille as European Capital of Culture for the year 2013, the Municipality of Piraeus participated in the events held on July 28-31. There was a rich program of actions, developed and organised by our company, Mythworld Ltd. The program included video projection on the contemporary face of the city with a collection of old photographs of the city’s history in the 19th and 20th century.
Titl-shifted time-lapse makes a miniature big port city!
Mythworld’s expert team and partners snapped more than 100,000 photographs of the Piraeus port and city in Greece to produce two time-lapse videos. Their production was based on the popular “miniature” tiny world effect. This “tilt-shift effect” technique, as called so, makes a big city looks tiny, like a toy.
Director-Producer: Alexandros Leonidas Aslanis – CEO Mythworld Ltd
Title 1: “Piraeus, a port to life”
Duration: 3:59 min
Title 2: “Piraeus city”
Duration: 3:03 min
A presentation through a rich collection of slides depicts the many different facets of the history of the city in the 19th and 20th century. Different screens around the site of the Hall of the Town Hall of Marseille showed two short films lasting around five minutes each. The films feature famous musical scores such as “Zorba the Greek” and “Never on Sunday”.
Director-Producer / Image Creation: Alexandros Leonidas Aslanis – CEO Mythworld Ltd
Title 1: “Piraeus in the 19th century”
Duration: 4:44 min
Title 2: “Piraeus in the 20th century”
Duration: 4:50 min
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