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VIDEOGRAPHER
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DIGITAL CONTENT CREATOR

Tim Safiullin is a film director and videographer based in Melbourne, Australia. He is a solo trader in the commercial project – GetVideo , providing services for creating  video and animation content (commercial/art) for over six years.

Tim actively contributes to projects dedicated to brand promotion, having worked alongside professionals associated with renowned companies like:

– JD

– Channel 5

– Hodges

–  Zara

His role involves capturing the essence of these brands through effective collaboration with those directly involved in their management and representation.

Starting his career in 2007, Tim began with videoart, turning his hobby into a profession. His previous experience in advertising design, photography, and videoart has given his work a distinctive character and an individual perspective.

Tim Safiullin is a film director and videographer based in Melbourne, Australia. He is a solo trader in the commercial project – GetVideo , providing services for creating  video and animation content (commercial/art) for over five years.

Tim actively contributes to projects dedicated to brand promotion, having worked alongside professionals associated with renowned companies like JD, Channel 5, Hodges, and Zara. His role involves capturing the essence of these brands through effective collaboration with those directly involved in their management and representation.

Starting his career in 2007, Tim began with videoart, turning his hobby into a profession. His previous experience in advertising design, photography, and videoart has given his work a distinctive character and an individual perspective.

This world is permeated with cold and water. 

Observing Max swiftly navigate his modest bicycle amidst towering skyscrapers, he becomes a mere speck lost in the crowd—one of those encountered daily. 

Urban sounds are entwined with celestial melodies.

Watching this film, you sense the surrealism of the unfolding events. The city lives its life like a radio receiver of the entire world, switching from wave to wave. 

The perpetual reverberation of rain and the endless city soundscape blend incompatible elements.

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Born in 1986, Tim completed his education at RMIT, where he finished the program in screen and media arts. Subsequently, in 2015, he earned a Bachelor’s degree in film and television at Swinburne University. His commitment to professional growth and improvement is evident in his training at the Michael Chekhov Drama Studio, where he expanded his skills in drama.

 

Awards for his films at international film festivals underscore the significance of Tim’s creative contribution to the industry. His works are characterized by original aesthetics, poignant imagery, and clear messages to the audience. He strives to create cinematic pieces that not only successfully achieve commercial goals but also leave the audience with strong emotional impressions.

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The visual style transitions from classical techniques to post-modern video art, blending a diverse and monotonous palette of everything happening on the screen. Each frame is like a painting, where abstraction and reality interact, creating a unique visual perception of this world of shadows and burning car headlights.

It seems that the world where Max exists spills into our reality from the screen, pulling us into its endless, narrow streets of skyscrapers, like labyrinths of human souls. 

This world is entirely real, although at first glance, it seems like someone else’s dream, full of familiar, random encounters.

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