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I did this animation in one week for a class at CalArts called the History of Video Art taught by Chris Hill. For an assignment I was allowed to do this project and animate to an interview with Vito Acconci taken from Public Access. To my knowledge this is one of the only records of this project. Basically the People Mobile project was a sort of social experiment. Acconci, placed this pumpkin masked vehicle in town squares all over Europe and his voice would come over the loud speaker for 3 days to different groups of people. I was only able to capture the first set of 3 days in this animation but my goal was to visually interpret a project that is next to forgotten by most.
A robot finds a more powerful enemy.
"A twirling day " is conceived as a modern tale about the absurdity of the decisions we can not control, about a fate that plays with us and against which we are predestined to lose. www.moderneye.tv
This is my final project for Bezalel academy for fine art and design. me and my good friend Dror shpatz worked on this movie for over a year and it was a real pleasure. hope you will enjoy watching it as much as i enjoyed making it. 2d by Nadav Nachmany firstname.lastname@example.org 3d by Dror shpatz email@example.com original music by the wonderful Amit Poznansky http://www.poznansky.com
"His name was Fast Draw Edgar. He was the baddest bandito of the Old Old West... He never got out of that wilderness, but people say his ghost still wanders there, guarding his bag of gold. And any man fool enough to try and steal it...plays a risky game of poker with Death."
Music video for 'Go Green' by Prolyphic & Buddy Peace. Vocals by Prolyphic, beat & scratches by Buddy Peace. Video directed by Aaron Lampert. 'Go Green' is taken from the album 'Working Man,' out now on Strange Famous Records: tinyurl.com/WorkingManLP Exclusive SIGNED CD package deals and MP3 downloads: http://tinyurl.com/WorkingManSFR Digital version also available at: Bandcamp: http://strangefamousrecords.bandcamp.com/album/working-man iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/working-man/id620604749 http://StrangeFamousRecords.com Facebook: http://facebook.com/StrangeFamousRecords Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/SFRupdates
iTunes: http://bit.ly/ZXCC3C Beatport: http://btprt.dj/10UNGF0 Audio /// Max Cooper & Kathrin deBoer / http://www.maxcooper.net http://www.facebook.com/maxcoopermax / http://www.twitter.com/maxcoopermax More Max Cooper videos /// http://www.youtube.com/user/maxbcooper Video /// Henning M. Lederer / http://www.led-r-r.net What Max says: "This was a really fun project to work on right the way through. It started with some glitchy beats and a couple of big basslines I was messing around with, with a general idea of a deep but almost overpowering feeling. Kathrin came to my little studio in London and we talked a little about the idea, before she just let go and free-style sang over the loops, using my crappy little test mic I bought for 12 pounds in 2002. The plan was to lay down some melodic ideas for the vocals, which I could then select, and send back to Kathrin to write lyrics with and re-record properly. But when I ran through everything after I released she'd just nailed it right then and there! All I had to do was layer up some of the multiple instances of her voice, and add my reverbs and widening with some subtle EQing and compression, and it was there - she captured the pure feeling of the music and enhanced it a million times, and I love the free-flowing feeling of it, with it's imperfections and half words, and of course, he subconscious vocal of not feeling any more lead to the title and concise concept for the music. We knew that we had to get a video made to match Kathrin's work, and I was really excited to find out that Henning M. Lederer, who I had been a big fan of for some time, could do the project. We discussed options together and decided to try a "numbed by the capitalist machine" theme, which he has developed into an amazing, detailed story with a twist. I love the result, I hope it works for you too!"
My first year film at CalArts. animated on paper. Amazing music by: Jesse Richardson
A psychedelic adventure through time and space, exploring the consequences of envy and ambition. Mediatic is the collaborative vision of Bronto House Animation and the SF Bay Area local band Drop Dead Sixty, which has resulted in a short film that showcases not only abstract yet logical storytelling, but striking and precise visual representation of a multidimensional epic! Bronto House Animation is a group of 6 students from San Jose State University's Animation Illustration Program. We love film. More info available at brontohouse.com
MASS ... a body of coherent matter, usually of indefinite shape and often of considerable size. SONG: Mass /// http://kingdeluxe.ca/mass MUSIC: Vaetxh /// http://www.vaetxh.com VISUALS: Henning M. Lederer /// http://www.led-r-r.net VISUAL ASSISTANT: Charlotte J. Vogel /// www.charlottevogel.com LABEL: King Deluxe /// http://kingdeluxe.ca
A father explains to his son where babies come from.
Created By: Marc Donahue & Sean Michael WilliamsPermaGrinFilms.com/LIKE our Facebook Page to see Behind the Scenes, Deleted Scenes, and Info on Dream Music Part 2facebook.com/DreamMusic.Part2Please email me if you have questions, future work - PermaGrinFilms@gmail.comDream Music, Part 1 is a creative video we both made on the fly. There was no real purpose to the video but to experiment with different camera techniques, have a good time, and blow the minds of the viewers. What a little brainstorming can do;) Please contact us if you would like to be in any of our future videos. We plan on making a bunch of these.Dedicated to James Cole - R.I.P. buddy (face on red shirt)Other Videos:Time To Paint - vimeo.com/36422111 - a good behind the scenes part at the end;)Rock Ya Chewbakka - youtube.com/watch?v=OgHXUraHpVICaddy Shack stop motion - vimeo.com/12306803dredg - vimeo.com/12359800Elf Party 2011 - vimeo.com/33519709Thanks to dynamicperception.com for our sponsorship and equipment.Music:1. The Glitch Mob - Fortune Days2. Jay-Z - Why I Love You3. Amp Live - Video Tapez (ft. Del), Radiohead4. Kid Cudi - Pursuit of Happinessafter credits - Glitch Mob - Bad WingsHere's the video on youtube - youtube.com/watch?v=tgzRS6dXE7AMarc's facebook page - facebook.com/marcdonahueSean's facebook page - facebook.com/SeanMdubwebsite - permagrinfilms.com/twitter - twitter.com/#!/PermaGrinFilmsreddit - reddit.com/r/videos/comments/qgwsb/my_fiend_makes_videos_for_a_living_mostly_from/fstoppers - fstoppers.com/video-creative-music-video-will-leave-you-scratching-your-head
Direction and Design - Tom Bunker & Nicos Livesey Lead Animators 2D and 3D - Blanca Martinez de Rituerto & Joe Sparrow Secondary 2D Animation - Andy Baker, Tom Bunker, Nicos Livesey THISISBINARY.com Written and Produced by BINARY Recorded by Darren D Lawson Mixed by Sean Beavan Echoplex 2013
Created by: Marc Donahue & Sean Michael WilliamsDream Music: Part II is a musical voyage into the depths of the subconscious. This lyrical narrative reflects on the perception of time within dreams and waking life. Filmed on location in 2 states over the course of 6 months, we explored our new production technique of what we call 'lyric-lapsing', to achieve the surrealistic feeling of movement. We built upon the foundation of Part 1 with ambitious ideas that usually took around 6-8 hours of work for 3-4 seconds of footage. Our goal was to pioneer a new film genre by telling a story through art and music. Part 2 was made to transport the viewer from their own reality into a world of dreams and at the end, they awake to wonder how we were able to take them there. Each scene was born from the symbolic meaning of the lyrics and overall message of the film; Time is the illusion within the dream of life.Starring and Produced by Beau BrighamProduced by Gus WinkelmanSongs by, Joelistics: Days, Rabbits Running: Making Castles, dredg: Brushstroke-Reprise/Matroshka/The OrnamentThanks to www.dynamicperception.com for our sponsorship and support with equipment!Behind The Scenes video COMING SOON so subscribe!!!!!For Fan Inquires Contact: DreamMusicPart2@gmail.comFor Booking/Business/Press Inquires Contact Film@e11venmediagroup.comhttps://www.PermaGrinFilms.comhttps://www.SMWFILMS.comFollow us on Twitter:@SMWFILMS@PermaGrinFilmsWATCH Part 1 here - https://vimeo.com/37830810https://www.facebook.com/marcdonahuehttps://www.facebook.com/smwfilmshttps://www.facebook.com/beau.brighamhttps://www.facebook.com/gwerneffectsDream Music Part 2 Official Facebook Page - https://www.facebook.com/DreamMusic.Part2Exclusive Interview with Behind The Scenes Sneak Peak.http://fstoppers.com/dream-music-2-pushes-timelapse-to-the-limits-exclusive-i...Music Video featuring a bunch of X Gamers and Red Bull Riders - https://vimeo.com/31008030Motion Controlled Timelapse - A Time To Paint - https://vimeo.com/36422111Some Funny Stop Motion Test Run Quotes - https://vimeo.com/12306803 , https://vimeo.com/123326454th of July Teaser using long exposure timelapse techniques - https://vimeo.com/45243688Also Dedicated to David Simon. Will miss you!!!
I was itching to shoot something, having recently done my groceries I thought it would be fun to shoot a short stop-motion version of a midnight snack. This is what I came up with. A special thanks to Hasan Habib who helped with the shooting and digital design. Also a big shout out to David Soo for sound design! Here is where you can find more of their respective work! hasanhabib.me/ soosound.com/ Equipment Used – Cameras: Canon 5D Mark iii (x2) Canon 7D (Behind the Scenes) Lenses: Canon EF 24-70, 2.8 Canon EF 70-200, 2.8 Canon EF 100 Macro, 2.8
A pilot, marooned on a strange planet, is on a journey to find his crashed space ship. On his way, his physical and mental capabilities are put to the test within this alien environment. Accolades - Official Selections - Sacramento Film & Music Festival 2012 SJSU Film Festival 2012 Albany Film Fest 2012 Burbank International Film Festival 2012 San Jose International Short Film Festival 2012 Blue Plum Animation Festival 2012 Commffest 2012 Miami Short Film Festival 2012 ASIFA SF Spring Showcase 2012 Philadelphia Film & Animation Festival 2012 Norwich Film Festival 2013 North West Animation Film Festival 2013 Awards- Adobe Design Achievement Award Semi-Finalist Third Place ASIFA SF Spring Showcase Third Place CSU Media Arts Festival Bronto House Animation is a group of 6 students from San Jose State University's Animation Illustration Program: Nick Carpenter, Michael Harding, Jay Hasrajani, Leonard Hung, Carlos Nunez, Alvyn Villanueva. We love film. More info available at brontohouse.com
If you like the film, please consider supporting my work by purchasing a full HD copy from my website: www.astigmatismo-shortfilm.com Watch the Making Of video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-RX5Csypuj8 An animation short film by Nicolai Troshinsky Animation short film by Nicolai Troshinsky www.astigmatismo-shortfilm.com Music by Shogun Kunitoki Sound design by Pierre Sauze Character design by Gina Thorstensen Background design by Cecilia Ramieri "A boy, having lost his glasses, can only see one thing in focus at a time. His sight gets attracted by the sounds that surround him. He will have to explore a blurry world of unknown places and strange characters." "Astigmatismo" is a short-film about the feeling of being lost. This feeling is created thanks to an extreme blur effect, leaving only a very tiny space in focus. The focus shifts and moves rhythmically, synchronized with the sounds and the music, revealing a constantly changing landscape. The optical effect of blur is at the core of the film, so to make this effect as beautiful and authentic as possible "Astigmatismo" is shot in a 5-level multiplane using a special lens. The animation involves cut-out marionettes and paint on glass. Everything is entirely made by hand and there are no post production effects. It is, however, computer-assisted. The camera and the lens were entirely controlled by computer making it possible to adjust the focus and the depth of field with extreme precision, allowing for a variety of focus effects that wouldn't have been possible to create otherwise. In this way, the film combines old school animation techniques with recent advances in camera technology.
This is a stop-motion short at 24 frames per second with some CG effects. The project took close to two years to complete for I worked entirely alone. It is a labor of love with a nod to the Sci Fi and Fantasy Films I loved so much as a child. Screened At These 2012 Film Festivals *New York- Los Angles International Film Festival *Blue Plum Animation Film Festival *AniMazing Spot Light - Best Story Nominee *Williamsburg International Film Fest - Awarded Certificate of Merit *Action Cut Short Film Competition - Semi Finalist
Official Selection of the SXSW Film Festival 2010 Directed: Daniel Stessen Edited: Jackie London Cinematography: Sam Gezari Animation: Mike Garza (Artbelly) UPM: Chad Nicholson