Films / Reels

A Room with a View – from the International Space Station (4K)

In these turbulent times it is important to keep the International Space Station in our focus: Since 27 years the ISS is a symbol of peace and international cooperation. So, right before XMAS and to spread some good vibes in this crazy world, this is a new short-film made with ISS footage of ISS043 to 45 as well as with rare footage from Don. Combined with a beautiful cover of David Bowie’s “Ashes to Ashes” by L.A. based band WarPaint.

The ATLAS Experience: The technical upgrade of the ATLAS Experiment at CERN, Geneva

Over the course of 2 years I intermittently followed the technical upgrade of the famous ATLAS Experiment, in Switzerland, Geneva with my timelapse cameras. ATLAS is where the famous “Higgs Particle” was “found” in 2012. It’s a giant detector 100 m below ground and one of the most complex experiments of mankind. From the timelapse footage I produced for CERN’s CDS, I have cut and edit this little film, and hope you like it. ATLAS is a mind changing place and experience!!!

CERN – ATLAS – The ATLAS Experience from Christoph Malin on Vimeo.

The ESO Observatories: Atacama Transitions and Landscapes under the Southern Sky

This is a new release, which shows the transitions I love most, done on the recent #ESOUltraHD Expedition in Chile.

The ESO Observatories: Atacama Transitions and Landscapes under the Southern Sky from Christoph Malin on Vimeo.

The ISS Image frontier – Making the invisible visible, Dr. Don Pettit, NASA Astronaut has done more to photography from the International Space Station then anyone before…

The ISS Image Frontier – “Making the invisible visible” from Christoph Malin on Vimeo.

London Noctilucent Clouds – a great, rare display of Polar Mesospheric Noctilucent Clouds over London.

London Noctilucent Mesospheric Clouds from Christoph Malin on Vimeo.

The Comet PanSTARRS expedition – Tired about cloudy skies, three experts conquer a 3000 m high mountain high above Oetztal, and finally get to see the Comet…

PanSTARRS Expedition – March 15th, 2013, Oetztal – Austria from Christoph Malin on Vimeo.

Adventures after Dark – a fun short on a night at the Hafelekar Mountain high above Innsbruck. Ready for some snow? Then dive in here…

Adventures after dark from Christoph Malin on Vimeo.

The Island in the Sky – a lot of heart and sould went into this one… Featured on several large blogs!

Island in the Sky from Christoph Malin on Vimeo.

ISS Tronized – A surprise international smash hit using a then new stacking process for the timelapse footage of the International Space Station with lots of publicity! Researched, processed and edited in about three days – a record for me!

ISS Startrails – TRONized from Christoph Malin on Vimeo.

Urban. Mountain. Sky – A film I have put a lot of effort and beauty in – as well as 1 1/-2 years of work. This film shows Tyrol in a light not much of it’s people have had seen before. I’d say, one of my best! Found also at Innsbruck.at

Urban. Mountain. Sky. A new view on Innsbruck (Director’s Cut) from Christoph Malin on Vimeo.

Astronomer’s Paradise. It’s dark, cold, but beautiful – Atacama Skies! “AP” as we also call it, is a huge international success and collaboration with my pal Babak Tafreshi of Twanight.org!

Astronomer’s Paradise from Christoph Malin on Vimeo.

My second Movie “The Island”. A teaser for “Island in the Sky” above. I have improved my workflow on coloring,  processing and all that since then.

Teaser: “The Island” – La Palma Time Lapse Video from Christoph Malin on Vimeo.

This little movie started all – Black Hole Sun! I will never forget how much I learned during the making of this classic, which lasted about 1 year.

Black Hole Sun – Astronomic Mountain Landscape TimeLapse from Christoph Malin on Vimeo.

Commercial:

Vixen “Polarie” Star Tracker Mount Tutorial – Product Tutorial Video produced for Vixen Co., Jp. (divided into 6 chapters) for a great new astronomic tracking mount (subtitled and dubbed also in french and german)…

Polarie Star Tracker Tutorial Video from Christoph Malin on Vimeo.

Thanks for watching!

Cheers
Chris