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Daughters of Allah Arab Techno from Homeless Balloon on Vimeo.

Original music composition from Homeless Balloon (Helge Krabye) taken from the album “Travel in Silence” by Homeless Balloon. This video is a personal political protest against the growth of political, violent movements like IS (ISIL) and the practice of Sharia law. I am also against the American, European and Israelic military attacks that have killed thousands of innocent people. Unless the countries of North Africa and the Middle East start to separate politics from religion, start believing in humanism and begin practicing democracy on all areas of their societies, I don’t believe there is any hope for our little planet.

I have received negative response to the title of this composition from several muslim men. The title needs an explanation. In the original Arabian religion that existed before Muhammed was born (570 ac), they believed that Allah had three daughters. According to their traditions they acted as Allah’s intercessors. I know that Muhammed disapproved this old belief, but personally I find it fascinating and also very modern. In many cultures around the world, the woman is still the “nigger of the world”, to quote John Lennon. The expression “daughters of allah” is sometimes used to honour those women who stand up for their rights and also try to fight violence and men’s power. I support those women, and if we give them the freedom they deserve and begin listening to them, there may be hope for our little planet after all. Check the quote on the screen just after the video where Muhammad Ali Jinnah (the founder of Pakistan) says: “There are two powers in the world; one is the sword and the other is the pen. There is a great competition and rivalry between the two. There is a third power stronger than both, that of the women.”

The Fertile Desert from roy two thousand on Vimeo.

The advent of knowing.
The lovers and dreamers.
The laser connections.
These are what bring life out of light while energy dances out of desolate dust. All that is familiar and foreign comes together in who we are and what we want to be… challenging nature and inviting more of ourselves:)

Produced, Filmed and Edited by Roy Two Thousand
Additional Production by Crystal Dawn Davis

Email me for high res stills and wallpapers!
roytwothousand [at] gmail [dot] com

Film Score Composed and Mixed by Roy Two Thousand
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Vocal samples by Neil Kramer
neilkramer.com/way-of-the-infinite-explorer.html

Pianos by Eric Arvai
Drums by Anthony Maureal
Cellos by Kate Adams
cellokate.com

cameras: canon 60d and t2i
lenses: canon 18-200mm kit lens, rokinon 8mm fisheye
All video shot at 60fps
Most timelapses are HDR
(all HDR timelapses were manually blended in AfterEffects)

Special thanks to the Otic Oasis Crew for creating such a gorgeous piece of art and providing such a welcoming and comfortable camp:)

Burning Man 2011 | Rites of Passage

Lake of Dreams from roy two thousand on Vimeo.

Lake of Dreams - Burning Man 2013

Film and Music by Roy Two Thousand roy2k.com/
Additional footage by August Winkelman and Connor McNeill
Produced by Roy Two Thousand and Crystal Dawn Davis
Drums and Percussion by Anthony Mogli Maureal

Made possible from the support of many many people, especially my kickstarter backers!
I’m very grateful for the huge amount of love and support I’ve recieved during the creation of this film
Lots of time, money, and love went into this project, I hope you enjoy it:)
Please join my email list for a free soundtrack download and high res stills from the film: roy2k.com/contact/email-list/

Daughters of Allah Arab Techno from Homeless Balloon on Vimeo.

Original music composition from Homeless Balloon (Helge Krabye) taken from the album “Travel in Silence” by Homeless Balloon. This video is a personal political protest against the growth of political, violent movements like IS (ISIL) and the practice of Sharia law. I am also against the American, European and Israelic military attacks that have killed thousands of innocent people. Unless the countries of North Africa and the Middle East start to separate politics from religion, start believing in humanism and begin practicing democracy on all areas of their societies, I don’t believe there is any hope for our little planet.

I have received negative response to the title of this composition from several muslim men. The title needs an explanation. In the original Arabian religion that existed before Muhammed was born (570 ac), they believed that Allah had three daughters. According to their traditions they acted as Allah’s intercessors. I know that Muhammed disapproved this old belief, but personally I find it fascinating and also very modern. In many cultures around the world, the woman is still the “nigger of the world”, to quote John Lennon. The expression “daughters of allah” is sometimes used to honour those women who stand up for their rights and also try to fight violence and men’s power. I support those women, and if we give them the freedom they deserve and begin listening to them, there may be hope for our little planet after all. Check the quote on the screen just after the video where Muhammad Ali Jinnah (the founder of Pakistan) says: “There are two powers in the world; one is the sword and the other is the pen. There is a great competition and rivalry between the two. There is a third power stronger than both, that of the women.”

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