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Body architect Lucy McRae makes her debut as a director with this kaleidoscopic dance clip for Australian synth-pop outfit Rat Vs Possum. Lucy developed a summer school concept alongside Melbourne’s RMIT University working with their architecture, fashion, media and interior design students. This pioneering framework aims to unite students with brands and the music industry giving them the opportunity to work directly with industry professionals on a real project. She approached Rat Vs Possum to see if they would be interested in Lucy and twenty of the University’s top design talent to unite forces and facilities in an intense three week production. Lucy is currently in discussion with institutions across the globe to replicate this framework that offers a fresh and pragmatic strategy that summons a new direction in creative education, beckoning what is tipped to become the ‘Lucy McRae School’. Rat Vs Possum’s Let Music and Bodies Unite is a dance-inspired party album with a music video to match! Trained as a classical ballerina and renowned as a pedigree artist Lucy creates her very own Rock Eistedford! (an Australian nationwide competition for music, dance and drama school students). Lead vocalist Daphne Shum takes us on her journey through her two disparate worlds; whimsical dance choreographies that reference synchronised swimming and a high school science lab are some of the scenes in this fun, theatrical, orchestrated puppet show. These two realities are united by the metallic clad vocalist, Daphne driving these kaleidoscopic worlds. Acclaimed video artist Kit Webster re-projects looped footage back into these worlds to add a synth-pop undertone which perfectly befits the feel of this album. Turn It Up lucymcrae.net Special Thanks postpanic.com for being amazing This project was made possible by VESKI, (the Victorian Endowment for Science, Knowledge and Innovation) an initiative to return successful expatriates with outstanding skills of science, innovative technology and design back to Victoria. veski.org.au RMIT Students Alex Peters, Ali Ghazvini, Hugh Westland, Hannah Brasier, Janice Liyanage, K-Buzza, Kate Corke, Maya LaCroix, Megan Kiantos, Melissa Edwards, Michael Raymond, Molly Shelton, Simone Ling, Phoebe Baker-Gabb Credits Director - Lucy McRae Production Designer - Barnaby Monk 1st Assistant Director - Laetitia Miglore Co - Producers - Laetitia Miglore / Emma Pisani DOP - Katie Milwright Focus Puller - Emily Jade Barr Editor - Ine van den Elsen Stabiliser - Erwin van den IJssel Choreography - Bobilee Shahine / Lucy McRae Dancers - Natalie Shahine, Make Up Artist - Emma Louise Costume Design - Cassandra Wheat Costume Design - Adele Varcoe Projections - Kit Webster Television Studio - RMIT Media Workshop Assistance - Kevin The Man Lead Vocalist - Daphne Shum Band Appearance - Kieran O'Shea Band Members - Matt Kulesza, Kieran O'Shea, Andrew Noble, Daphne Shum, Adrian Tregonning Thanks to the staff at RMIT Andrea Mina, Anthony Fryatt, Leon van Schaik, Kev from the Workshop (and for teaching yoga), Brian and Keith from Media and Comm and all at the IT dept
Post date : 2011-09-22 11:38 Posted by : moviegoer
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1099 Views The Alphabet 2
The Alphabet 2- a horn book video experiment - is a developmental spelling - video where each character visually represents the meaning of the word itself. Playing with different techniques and materials into little and big spaces, but always focusing on Helvetica font's proportions. A collection of words in a delightful spelling-video. Direction / Postproduction / Sound Design Alessandro Novelli Design / Animation / Set Design Andrea Gendusa / Alessandro Novelli Additional Animation and Set Design Mario Arcadu DOP Giulia Arantxa Novelli Thanks To: Alina & Michela Dettori, Bianca Novelli, Federica Patitucci, Caterina Pecoraro, Stefano Tore music track: Fréhel "Tel qu'il est" 1936 n9ve web site n9ve.it
Post date : 2011-09-22 11:35 Posted by : moviegoer
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707 Views Summer feelings
A celebration of the beauty of our french and italian Alps. I filmed and edited what I personnaly like in the mountain culture: sports, life style, art of living, culture and people. More on my blog: sebmontaz.com I hope you will enjoy watching it as much as i did filming it ! Thanks to montagnetv.com for trusting me there. Tech spec: editing: FCP7 lenses: Canon 45 TSE 2.8, 50 1.2, 14 2.8. cameras: canon 7D & 5Dm2 color grading Magic bullet looks Music by young talented composer Michael Denny. michaeldennymusic.com Editor, DP, grading: Sebastien Montaz-Rosset. More on my blog: sebmontaz.com
Post date : 2011-09-21 17:49 Posted by : moviegoer
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841 Views We are 138
"You just need your surroundings and you can evolve"- Mark Ong aka SBTG, takes viewers through his creative process and roots growing up in the perceived restrictions of Singapore. Finding inspiration in the simplest of forms, SBTG creates the "138" shoe collaboration with FICE Boutique in Salt Lake City, Utah and explains how the Misfits inspiration guided the collaboration. On the surface the film purposes to expose the cerebral world of SBTG and an emerging sub-culture in Singapore, but the film becomes deeply personal as SBTG reveals how his experiences have affected his work and current mindset. The collaboration shoes are available at ficegallery.com Directed by: Skylar Nielsen Executive Producer: Corey Bullough Produced by: FICE & VitaBrevisFilms Cinematography: Ian Rigby Title design: Michael C. Hall Music: Clint Mansell, Fever Ray, The Misfits, This will destroy you, John Murphy ficegallery.com VitaBrevisFilms.com/​blog royalefam.com
Post date : 2011-09-21 17:47 Posted by : moviegoer
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Japan caught in slow. This is for my hometown. Music Credit: Flying Lotus ft. Thom Yorke- ...And the World Laughs With You Follow me on twitter for updates on upcoming projects: twitter.com/​#!/​badassmusketeer e-mail: alexyoukilee@gmail.com
Post date : 2011-09-21 17:45 Posted by : moviegoer
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681 Views Maximall
Alone, on a supermarket parking at night, anything could happen...
Post date : 2011-09-21 17:44 Posted by : moviegoer
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805 Views Diego Stocco - Music From A Dry Cleaner
Almost everyday, on my way to a local bakery, I walk in front of a dry cleaners. When they have the front door open, I hear a lot of interesting sounds coming from their work equipment. Eventually, the different mechanical and steam sounds sparked something in my mind, so one day I asked the owners if I could record a piece of music by using their machines as musical instruments. I used a puff iron, press and dry cleaning machines, a washer, clothes hangers, and a bucket full of soap. The bass and lead sounds were created from the buzzing tones coming from the conduits and engines. There are no additional sounds from any traditional or electronic instruments. Enjoy! More info and pictures are available at the Behance gallery: behance.net/​gallery/​Music-from-a-Dry-Cleaner/​2161629
Post date : 2011-09-21 17:43 Posted by : moviegoer
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650 Views Tashaki Miyaki - Somethin' Better Than Nothin'
Somethin’ Better Than Nothin’ is an anthemic standard of forlorn love that builds to a mass only to be drowned out in wailing feedback. This aquatic themed space-tinged video was directed by Juan Iglesias. Somethin' Better Than Nothin' is taken from the Takeshi Miyaki EP which is available to download here: bitly.com/​pWZzCG
Post date : 2011-09-21 17:41 Posted by : moviegoer
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1072 Views FRICTIONS
My Graduation Short Film, directed at l'Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs of Paris in 2010 - 2011, in the animation section. FRICTIONS mixes live action and stop motion animation and has been shot with a Canon Camera 5D Mark II and a 24-70 L lens, in a blue screen studio located in Ensad's building. directed by: Steven Briand with: Julien Jourdain de Muizon choreographer: Clara Henry cinematographer and cameraman: Pierre Yves Dougnac music and sound design: Moritz Reich & Agathe Courtin visual effects: Francis Cutter & Benoit masson costume: 2WS - world wild souls first assistant: Romain Daudet Jahan animation assistants: Nathalie Anne Boucher, Camille Chabert & Luca Fiore visual effects assitant: Sarah Escamilla Contact: briand.steven@gmail.com
Post date : 2011-09-21 17:39 Posted by : moviegoer
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805 Views Neon Indian "Polish Girl"
In the dismal future, we'll all be affixed to our respective wires and screens, dreaming about being virtually with the one that you love. Dot & Effects was responsible for all aspects of Post-Production including; Projections, Editorial , Color, Visual Effects & Animation Production Credits: Music video for “Polish Girl” by Neon Indian Tim Nackashi – Director Asher Brown – Executive Producer Jamie Kohn Rabineau – Co-Executive Producer Erica Sterne – Producer Kevin Phillips – Director of Photography Simon & Nicki Haas – Production Design Stella Berkofsky – Stylist Garyl Jones – Make-up Artist Editor – Mandy Brown VFX by Dot & Effects VFX Supervisor Jeff Dotson VFX Producer Alex Valentine VFX Artist: Brandon Lilly Starring – Blake Brent (Humanoid) & Dawn Batson (Dream Girl) thecreatorsproject.com/​videos/​neon-indian-polish-girl-by-tim-nackashi
Post date : 2011-09-16 18:08 Posted by : girlish