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963 Views Let´s Face Symmetry
2veinte having fun on free time - headphones recommended 2veinte.com.ar Creative direction: Pablo Gostanian Design, Compositing and Animation: Pablo Gostanian, Andrés Remazzina, Alex Gostanian, Martín Salfity, Daniel Cantor Morales, Sebastián García. Music and Sound fx: Martin Salfity
Post date : 2011-08-03 09:55 Posted by : moviegoer
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613 Views Toro y Moi - How I Know
Album: Underneath the Pine Label: Carpark Director: Jordan Kim Executive Producers: Stephen Buchanan, Jamie Kohn Rabineau Producer: Jonathan Montepare DP: Chris Saul Cast: Kyle Mooney, Daniel Franzese, Ashkahn Shahparnia, Bebe Zeva, Rebecca Coleman Costume: Natalie Toren Production Designer: Todd Fjelsted Choreographer: Mecca Andrews Title Design: Ashkahn Shahparnia Animation/FX: Cris Shapan, Michael Wingate, Laura Darlington, Jordan Kim Thanks: Julia Vickerman, Trent Wolbe, Jeffrey Max toroymoi.blogspot.com carparkrecords.com enchanted-fern.com
Post date : 2011-08-03 09:53 Posted by : moviegoer
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1097 Views Bermuda
Photographed with a Canon 5D MkII and Canon 14mm f/2.8L II Directed/Animated/Edited by Calvin Frederick Music by Daniel Eaton Danielcastledine.com Filmed using a Motion Control Camera Rig No computer generated effects or compositing utilized. Made at CalArts (2011)
Post date : 2011-08-02 14:55 Posted by : moviegoer
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781 Views SURREALITY
Eine filmische Auseinandersetzung mit den Absurditäten des modernen Lebens. Experimenteller Kurzfilm der mit den Mitteln der surrealistischen Kunst spielt. Betreut durch Prof. Rochus Hartmann und Professor Dr. Joachim Krausse Entstanden in einem Zeitraum von 10 Wochen. Art Direction, Design, Camera, Animation, Compositing: Falko Tilgner l Patrick Paulin Sounddesign: Lukas Rittwage l Sebastian Laurich
Post date : 2011-08-02 14:53 Posted by : moviegoer
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923 Views Black Black Hills - "The Celebration"
We've just Written, Directed & Produced this Music Promo for Black Black Hills’ debut single ‘The Celebration’. 
Upon hearing the track we immediately felt inspired to create something that was firmly rooted in British folklore. Black Black Hills’ single ‘The Celebration’ is available from itunes and Amazon now. Check out their Facebook page facebook.com/​blackblackhills and their Soundcloud page soundcloud.com/​blackblackhills 
'The Celebration’ is a thematically and emotively dark sounding song. Because of this we wanted to tell a simple but very cinematic and gripping story focusing on the atmosphere of the track without being a literal translation of the lyrics. As the track is so evocative, we felt that to do the song any justice we needed to tell a story. We also purposefully wanted to create something that subtly blurred the boundary between ‘Short Film’ and ‘Music Promo’. The outcome of our efforts was a unique take on the idea of a modern gothic thriller. A story that combines the sort of imagery familiar to ancient folklore, pagan-esque ceremonies and the creepy stuff of ‘pulp literature’ style ghost stories. ‘The Celebration’ purposefully sets out to embrace the notion of a ‘British Mythology’. To create a contemporary fable that celebrates the mystifying forces of nature which lie deep within the ancient woodland and forests of rural England. The film itself tells a tale of the furtive exploits of an illegal metal detectorist (a ‘Nighthawk’) in a rural English landscape as he sets about trespassing and plundering secluded parts of the land with dire consequences. This allowed us to build a narrative foundation with which we could turn the everyday, the idyllic and the quaint into something far more sinister. We wanted to teeter on the brink of the unknown and play with the primal instincts buried deep within the collective, evolutionary psyche. The shoot: As this was a self funded by us (Blac Ionica) for Black Black Hills, we had a very limited budget which in turn dictated what format we could shoot on. We knew we wanted to shoot something very cinematic but it had to be on a budget, so in light of that and after extensive discussions with the D.O.P. we decided to shoot on a Canon 7D with a steadicam rig and Anamorphic Prime lenses. We shot for two days in two separate locations with a fantastic cast and crew. The first day of shooting was slightly thwarted by our unpredictable ‘British summertime’ weather, but in the end it actually worked in our favour, as it helped to create an additional overall ‘moodiness’ that we hadn’t bargained for at this time of year. 
Post production was handled by ourselves with the help of our excellent team of freelancers and compositors. All of which was further enhanced through the grade which was kindly provided by the Moving Picture Company, London. A little bit about the Directors/us: We are a Film Directing trio called Blac Ionica, we are based in London and we also shoot Commercials and make Title Sequences. In 2009 we were nominated for a UK Music Video Award and we are currently seeking Music Video representation. To find out more info about the Promo or to contact us web: blacionica.com email: info@blacionica.com follow us on twitter: twitter.com/​BlacIonica Credits: 
 Directors: Blac Ionica 
Production Company: Blac Ionica
 Story By: Blac Ionica
 Producer: Blac Ionica
 Production Assistant: Millie Marsh 
1st Assistant Director: Isusko Garcia
 Director of Photography: Will Bex
 Focus Puller: Eva Arnold
 Steadicam: Rob Hart
 2nd AC/DIT Tech: Lami Okrekson
 Casting Director: Jane Frisby 
Location Manager: Ben Carter @ Lovely Locations 
Stylist: Adelaide Turnbull
 Make-Up: Jo-Jo Copeman
 Art Department / Props: Rebecca Todd
 Art Department Assistant: George Evennett 
Catering day 1: Sasha Turnbull
 Catering day 2: Ambassador Catering
 Runners: Jess Bishopp, Chris Shooter, Daisy Gatehouse Post Production:
 Editors: Alec Rossiter, Leanne Welham
 Head of Production, MPC: Jonathan Davies
Colourist/Grade: Steve Gatti @ MPC
 Producer for MPC: Glen Purcevil
 VFX: Blac Ionica 
Additional VFX: Barnaby Hewlett
 VFX Compositing: Barnaby Hewlett, Jamie Howlett, Kooch Chung
 Sound Design: Blac Ionica Cast:
 Metal Detectorist: Frank Jakeman
 Woman: Helen Terry
 Police Officer: Lee Harris
 Shadows: Arno Baernhoft, Christopher Beck, Riyonn Farsad, Michael Tomlinson Special thanks to Ben @ Lovely Locations, the wonderful Turnbull family, Jane Frisby, Sam Lawson & Another Film Company, Will Bex, Rebecca Todd, Jo-Jo, Barnaby and his alter ego Barnold Shwarzenegger aka the Barnicles, Kooch & Jamie, Ambassador Catering. Jonathan Davies, Steve Gatti & Glen Purcivel @ MPC. Frank Jakeman, Helen Terry and all of our exceptionally talented cast and crew.
Post date : 2011-08-02 14:50 Posted by : moviegoer
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610 Views Superflow - Bachelor Thesis
Superflow / An audio-visual Journey into the World of Digital Harmony / Bachelor Thesis Length: 23:54 / Resolution: 1280x720 / FPS: 24 Download to enjoy highest quality! vimeo.com/ ​download/​ video:23923581?v=2&e=1312051488&h=cee2a657582e33b5a679333a002298ff&uh=09dbe36783924bb9101386ce5a3e9fea Superflow, the Bachelor Thesis I completed in July, 2010, takes you on an audio-visual journey into the world of Digital Harmony. Superflow is an algorithm I discovered on October 23rd, 2009, which changes the position of objects and their relationship to each other. Superflow can be initiliazed by rotating all objects after setting up a parent-child hierarchy with one pivot point. My thesis introduces the discovery of the Superflow algorithm, a newly created formula Polarflow (based on the Superformula by Johan Gielis and Bert Berinckx), and a newly designed mathematical framework Polarflow Fundamentals. Polarflow Fundamentals is the foundation and combination of these formulas, and can help us understand the long journey that the theorem of pythagoras has taken. In combination with the Superflow algorithm, possibilities have become endless. Superflow and the mathematical formulas have all been combined in a unique and custom developed particle software, Superflow System. Not only that, a new and maybe forgotten approach to visual art is proposed, Viusic. Inspired by the work of John and James Whitney to find harmony in visual art, I tried to continue their quest by introducing new perspectives to this exciting and forgotten field. What music is to sound is viusic to light. Harmony is not just audible, it is visible. Viusic is the music of visual art. More information here: superflow.co Tutorial #001 - Superflow: vimeo.com/​15486040 Z-Depth, Viusic Piece #12, is the beginning journey into stereoscopic vision, and requires red-cyan glasses to view correctly. Superflow System Particle Software Developed by Ian Clemmer Programmed by Oleg Bayborodin (orbaz.com) and Ian Clemmer ianclemmer.com ///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// Superflow Elements and other Motion Design Scripts available at v-motion.co/​
Post date : 2011-08-02 14:47 Posted by : moviegoer
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972 Views My Mother's Coat (full version)
My Mother talks to me about post-dictatorship Athens, her struggle to adapt to the greek mentality, her memories of motherhood, and her longing to go back to her small town in Italy. Directed by Marie-Margaux Tsakiri-Scanatovits Royal College of Art 2010
Post date : 2011-08-02 14:42 Posted by : moviegoer
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935 Views Mac 'n' Cheese
Mac 'n' Cheese is an animated short directed and created by four students at the Utrecht School of Arts in the Netherlands. This roughly two minute animation took about five months to make, and about a bajillion peanut butter sandwiches. Synopsis: When you find yourself running scared and running out of energy, there's only a few options left to outrun your opponent through the southern desert. Stopping at nothing, watch these two guys wear each other out and rip through boundaries hitherto unbroken. Enjoy the ride! Tools used: - Autodesk Maya - Eyeon Fusion - Pixologic Zbrush - Adobe Photoshop - TVPaint Inspired by Team Fortress 2 and Meet Buck. Credits: - Animation: Tom Hankins Gijs van Kooten Guido Puijk Roy Nieterau - Music & Audio Design: Giulio Sterbini Wouter Messelink Peter-Paul Timmermans macncheese.nl facebook.com/​MacNCheeseShort
Post date : 2011-08-02 06:06 Posted by : moviegoer
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1215 Views FROG CROSSING
Tools used: Softimage 2011 SAP
Post date : 2011-07-30 19:49 Posted by : girlish
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