Amazing experience travelling all around the world, meeting unforgettable people, discovering beautiful cultures and capturing outstanding landscapes for continents-insolites.com.
Music: Mooders feat. Louise Eliott itunes.apple.com/fr/album/rise-up-feat.-louise-eliott/id924842937
Camera: Canon 5D Mk III Magic Lantern RAW mode
Lenses: Canon 14mm 2.8, 24mm 2.8, 50mm 1.4, 100mm 2.8, 70-300mm
The struggle between a stick figure and its creator, a computer animator. In this fourth installment, the animator is finally shown in real life interacting with his computer monitor. The stick figure, resisting his tormentor, attacks his social life by hacking his Facebook account, traveling onto his iPhone via USB cord, and drawing animations of his own to dismantle the animation interface.
Funded through Kickstarter! kck.st/174aalw
Music by Sarah Eide
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This is my graduation film “Jamón”. It’s a traditionally-animated film with silkscreen printed backgrounds made at the National Film and Television School.
José is a teenage pig living in a Spanish town; he is the only pig in his family. One day a new neighbour moves in next door, and José starts to come to terms with who he really is.
For more info about the film and crew please visit: cargocollective.com/jamonfilm
BRUNETTES SHOOT BLONDES - Knock Knock brunettesshootblondes.org/
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Idea/Direction: Brunettes Shoot Blondes
Animation: SYT-X syt-x.com/
DOP: Kirill Svetashov
Consulting and help: Igor Kovalov
Evgeniya Ivanova, Ivan Kovalov, Dasha Sobol, Rostik Dumich, Nastya Ginger, Vlad Litvin, Vitaliy Mizeraka, Vitaliy Shevchuk
“It’s ok to hold on tight…and to let go.” Sarah, played by Dree Hemingway, reads a letter from her deceased mother as she rides through the sweeping mountains of Jackson Hole, Wyoming. It’s a personal journey, but one she doesn’t have to make alone. With her love, played by Joel Danielsson, alongside her, she retraces her mother’s steps by following the words scribbled on the page of an old weathered journal. The letters weave a story that will ultimately connect the mother and daughter across time, will bring Sarah closer to herself, and ultimately lead her into the future that lies ahead. Shop the collection: freepeople.com/october-14-catalog/
Creative Direction: Free People
Actors: Dree Hemingway, Angela Lindvall, Joel Danielsson
Film Director: CMCM and Duncan Winecoff @ All:Expanded
Director of Photography: Stuart Winecoff @ All:Expanded
Written By: CMCM and Free People
Editor: Ryan McKenna @ The Mill
Producer: Carl Walters @ The Mill
Color: Michael Rossiter @ The Mill
Special Thanks: Dornan’s, Moose WY
Nigredo // Private experience of altered self-perception and biophysical media (Xth Sense) // Marco Donnarumma
Live recordings from a preview of the work at STEIM (NL), February 2013.
Developed during a residency at STEIM, Nigredo is a private 8 minute artwork to be experienced by one visitor at a time. The work explores how perceptual deprivation affects alterity, or otherness, that is the aware distinction between self and not-self.
The work uses ad hoc biophysical methods and wearable bioacoustic technology to stimulate a continuous sensorial feedback within the visitor’s own body. In a small, blacked out room a visitor sits alone facing a mirror, and wired to on-body sensors. The low frequency sound pulses produced by the visitor’s heart, muscular and vascular tissues are captured, augmented and fed back into the subject’s sensory system as new auditive, visual, and physical stimuli. Intense surround sound, pulsating lights, and mechanical vibrations are diffused through the subject’s ears, eyes, bones, and skull. The combined skeletal resonance, sound stimuli, and light pulses produce a constant and intense stimulation field that alters the movement of the internal organs, and the behaviour of the optical nerves. The perception of one own’s visual image and physical body mutates. It is an experience taking place between viscera and perception.
In analytical psychology the Nigredo is a metaphor of the moment of despair and disillusionment caused by an ever deepening descent into the dark unknowns of the subconscious mind. The Nigredo represents the key to the psychological process of integrating the conscious with the unconscious.
Concept, composition, and realisation // Marco Donnarumma
Hardware engineering // Marije Baalman
Tech support // Lucas Norer
Visitors’ assistant // Ida Toft
Videography // Tanja Busking vimeo.com/tanjabusking
Tanja gives thanks to:
Jonathan Reus and STEIM, for making this production possible, and for introducing me to Marco, who inspired me to make the video as it is right now.
Documentarian: Jared Eberhardt.
We meet Aaron Draplin at his day job as a designer at his studio, Draplin Design Company in Portland, Oregon. The tour quickly devolves into a discussion of his vast collections of well-organized junk, and includes a trip to an estate sale where Aaron picks up an ancient bag of peanut butter chips.
To see more of Jared Eberhardt’s work visit livingoffthewall.vans.com/jared-eberhardt/
Music: “Vampiring Again” by Califone.
Man and nature try to coexist, but their boundaries are falling apart.
Animation Block Party - Best Student Animation
Ottawa International Animation Festival
Northern Wave Festival
Golden Orchid International Animation Festival
State Festival Berlin
Airport Ani-fest Chitose
Imagine Science Film Festival
Puchon International Student Animation Festival
The story of Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai told by The Times’s Adam B. Ellick, who made a 2009 documentary about her before she was an international star. To view that documentary on The Times’s website, click here: nyti.ms/199W2b7
Set in the stark backdrop of an American suburban winter, Small Little Things follows the story of two teenagers as they meet and fall in love. A dreamy, surreal portrait of young love, shifting between fantasy and memory.
2014 Official Selection at the Raindance Film Festival
2014 Official Selection at the Indie Memphis Film Festival
2013 Official Selection at the Bradford International Film Festival
Starring Rachel Middleton and Christofer J. Hardee
Written and Directed by Jared Hogan
Executive Producer Kevin Thomas
Associate Producer Justin Robinson
Cinematography by Ben Joyner
Edited by Jared Hogan
Original Music by Joel Khouri (with Drake Margolnick and Joel Willis)
Sound by Jeremiah Clever
Art Director Eric Hurtgen
Gaffer Brent Christy
Key Grip Josh Jones
Special Thanks to Mack, Meredith and Harvey Brock
and Maria, Winnie and Olive
Directed & animated – David Lüpschen
Script – A Very Successful Business
Music & sound design – Marian Mentrup
Voice-over recording – Studio Yes
FlumpWOOD – Janina Sitzmann
BLAZEofglory – Janina Sitzmann
GeoffreyAdams – David Luepschen
DEAN123 – David Luepschen
8-pack – Janina Sitzmann
FlumpWOOD – Theodora Van Der Beek
LadyJane285 – Theodora Van Der Beek
BLAZEofglory – Sam Ojari
GeoffreyAdams – Adam Morley
DEAN123 – Adam Morley
8-pack – Sam Ojari
JellyBINGObabez – Theodora Van Der Beek & Dulcimer Cowling