Under the concept Diagrama de Venn (Venn diagram) is constructed the exhibition of the same name hosted by the Mustang Art Gallery of Elche. The Venn diagram is a graphic explanation which represents the intersection of overlapping concepts. Three artistic identities (Carton Lab, Rosh and Erre Gálvez) each present their work interwoven with these of the others, thus generating a complete, consistent multimedia image. - Bajo el concepto Diagrama de Venn se construye la exposición que lleva el mismo nombre y que acoge la Mustang Art Gallery de Elche. El Diagrama de Venn es una explicación gráfica que representa la intersección de conjuntos, es decir, conceptos que se solapan. Así, tres identidades artísticas, (Carton Lab, Rosh y Erre Gálvez) presentan sus trabajos superpuestos los unos con los otros generando así una obra multimedia completa, consistente y cerrada. - More info at: http://mtn-world.com/blog/2013/04/24/... Evento patrocinado por Montana Colors http://www.montanacolors.com - Mural e instalación: Rosh 333 http://rlove.es Diagrama de Venn: http://eldiagramadevenn.blogspot.com.es Video: Adonais Tarin https://vimeo.com/adonaistarin
A found-footage horror montage. Music: "Videotape" by Radiohead Buy from Amazon: http://bit.ly/12adx87 Movies: VHS The Bay Atrocious The Poughkeepsie Tapes The Devil Inside REC REC 2 Quarantine Paranormal Activity 1-3 A Night in the Woods Tape 407 Grave Encounters The Tunnel Home Movie Apartment 143 The Tapes Cloverfield Evil Things The Blair Witch Project Diary of the Dead The Last Exorcism Zombie Diaries
El breakdancer de Oviedo (Asturias-Spain) Pedro Zurrón perteneciente a los colectivos Lin Kuei, Presing Dance y Space Invaders Crew , con la inestimable colaboración de sus parteners Aitor Noval aka "Moro" y Andrés Jovellanos aka "Cew" en una expression session de breakdance en una iglesia abandonada. Gracias a "La Iglesia Skate" por ceder sus instalaciones. http://www.facebook.com/pages/La-Iglesia-Skate/274682532652217 Un video de http://www.jim-box.com powered by http://www.mimaria.es
“INTO THE COSMOS” is ChopsyAnimations (www.chopsyanimation.com) first foray into the world of music videos, a tie-in with music maker Architeq from Tirk Records. Originally it was conceived as a short film by Chopsy (director Darren Robbie), with a simple premise: “what happens to all the old vinyl people used to play? From out of attics, rubbish bins & forgotten shelving, the records are summoned to an old warehouse by a mysterious ‘collector’.” Using a combination of stop-frame, pixilation, live-action & time lapse animation, it was shot in a variety of locations around Bristol & was created by shooting entirely in camera whenever possible (at other times multiple passes were combined). By shooting each frame within a specific timescale for the external shots, we see vinyl records interacting with the ever changing natural light & weather (dry or wet, sunny or cloudy) – if you look closely you can even see puddles drying out in a couple of shots. The short film was created on & off over a period of 7 months by a bunch of friends between paid work, a real labour of love (it had no budget to speak of). It was shot in late winter earlier this year with the spring & summer being used to do all the post (mainly rig removal). All the records you see were cut before shooting, with new centre labels stuck onto them to create the desired visual effect of them spinning & bouncing through the ground, they were then animated on location using weighted rigs. Architeq added the music & sound effects after filming finished & the first edit was completed. Rigs were removed, different passes combined & shadows cleaned up in AfterEffects. Motion capture on location was achieved by using Dragon software on a laptop, which was in turn powered by a portable caravan battery. Cameras used were the Canon Eos 5 & 7. Credit list: Director: Chopsy Producer: Kev Harwood DOP: Toby Howell Animators: Darren Robbie, Inez Woldman (additional help: Wendy Griffiths, Ed Patterson) Compositing: Jim Lewis, Bram Thweam, Darren Robbie Appearances/pixellation: Ian Whitlock, Bobby Proctor, Robin Crowther-Smith Rigging: Craig Atkinson Gaffer (warehouse shoot): Clive Scott Editor: Nikk Fielden
A little tribute to my favorite actresses from the Golden Age of Hollywood (till 1960). SONG: "The way you look tonight" performed by Tony Bennett. FEATURED CLASSIC LADIES: - Lauren Bacall - Deborah Kerr - Bette Davis - Ingrid Bergman - Katharine Hepburn - Shirley MacLaine - Marilyn Monroe - Audrey Hepburn - Donna Reed - Natalie Wood - Grace Kelly - Greta Garbo - Jean Simmons Ladies like Grace Kelly or Natalie Wood worked mostly in color, but I hope you don't mind this little technicality :p There a many other classic actresses I like (Joan Crawford, Barbara Stanwyck, Joan Fontaine, Sylvia Sydney...), this is just a personal selection of my most beloved Golden Ladies.
"MAKING STUFF MOVE IS EASY...BUT...MAKING STUFF MOVE YOU IS HARD" The line came to me while pitching on some commercial or other & trying to explain what I loved about animation, & what was particularly hard with certain kinds of animation - trying to get that emotional connection out of a basically inanimate object. I think I was also attempting to explain to some agency people that, yes, I could animate a particular foodstuff (even though I didn't have that on my reel ) because, guess what...I'm an animator! Rather than try to tell a particular story I decide to animate the actual words, & in as many ways as possible (by the way, I love typography). I wanted to include every kind of 'traditional' model animation technique that I could within the framework of the film - from modelling clay balls to pixilating human hands & bodies, from animating food (the chopped peppers) to timelapse (the scene in the woods), from 2D drawn animation to moving sand, etc. Basically, it's meant to be a fun piece showcasing various methods of stop-frame animation! The whole thing was shot in camera using Nikon digital stills cameras (I really wanted to keep that certain 'feel' you get) with a bit of cleaning up in AfterEffects in post. I would like to give a big thanks to everyone who helped, especially: Sam Morris (cameraman) Gary & Cat at ScaryCat Studio (where I shot most of the film, & who gave me a huge amount of help with modelmaking) Kev Harwood (who helped me with production) Emma Kingsnorth at UN1T (for post work) Dave Reynaud (for composing a fantastic piece of music especially for this film - I've always loved the juxtaposition of electronic music to stop-frame animation) Mcasso music production ltd. for providing the audio track
Towns, mediante esta meticulosa producción, nos acerca de una forma íntima a que seamos testigos de su técnica y sus reflexiones. El resultado es una pieza, característica de su estilo: geometría estática, elegancia y una elección austera del color pero efectiva. Video producido en Barcelona, que muestra un emplazamiento de características que no se suelen asociar a esta ciudad. El genio tras la cámara: Edgar Lledó.
In order to celebrate Cloaque.org's first anniversary Claudia Maté and Carlos Sáez curated a collaborative video following the same system as they do in Cloaque.org : 5 artists were invited to create a short video of 30 sec. Again,they had total freedom to work on any concept, esthetic or texture. Acompanied with a soundtrack by Yoshi Sodeoka, the 5 videos by Chris Timms, Rollin Leonard, Jasper Elings, Anthony Antonellis and Emilio Gomariz were joined together with transitions in order to create a fluid story. 00:00 - 00:30 Chris Timms (chriscotimms.com) 00:30 - 00:42 / 01:30 - 01:37 Carlos Saez + DMNTIA (hellocarlossaez.com) + (dmntia.com) 00:42 - 00:59 Rollin Leonard (rollinleonard.com) 00:59 - 01:29 Jasper Elings (jasperelings.info) 01:37 - 02:04 Anthony Antonellis (anthonyantonellis.com) 02:04 - 03:15 Emilio Gomariz (emiliogomariz.net) 03:15 - 04:00 Claudia Mate (claudiamate.com) Music by Yoshi Sodeoka (sodeoka.com) Curated by cloaque.org
UPDATED. 140 different monsters from more than 100 films. SONG: "Feed my Frankenstein" by Alice Cooper, with amazing guitar solos by Steve Vai and Joe Satriani. This is my tribute to the imagination of filmmakers when it comes to creating terrifying monsters, disturbing aliens, man-eating huge animals and all kinds of vicious, annoying, funny looking creatures. The only monsters I skipped on purpose are the Classic Hollywood Monsters (Dracula, the Mummy, Frankenstein) and also zombies, werewolves, vampires, evil clowns, ghosts, spirits... I didn't want anything too human-looking cause that wouldn't fit the idea of monstruosity and pure remorsless destruction I was looking for. I also discarded animated movies. R.I.P. Stan Winston and Ray Harryhausen, masters of "monster land". FILMS USED: 00:00 Little shop of horrors 00:11 The Thing 00:12 Jurassic Park / Poltergeist 00:13 King Kong (1933) / The return of the Jedi / Aliens 00:14 Alien 00:15 Jaws 00:16 King Kong (1933) 00:18 Ghostbusters 00:20 Godzilla, King of the Monsters (1956) 00:21 The Fellowship of the Ring 00:23 The Hobbit: An unexpected journey 00:24 Clash of the Titans (1981) 00:26 Beowulf 00:28 Ghostbusters 00:29 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2 00:30 Dragonslayer 00:33 Predator 00:34 Reign of fire 00:35 Aliens 00:37 Dune 00:38 Gremlins 00:40 The Fellowship of the Ring 00:41 Pumpkinhead 00:42 Pan's Labyrinth 00:44 Piranha 3D 00:45 The 7th voyage of Sinbad 00:46 John Carter 00:47 Pan's Labyrinth 00:48 Beetlejuice 00:50 Jurassic Park 00:51 Rogue 00:52 Godzilla, King of the Monsters (1956) 00:54 Jurassic Park 00:56 Critters 00:57 The cabin in the woods 00:58 Willow 00:59 The cabin in the woods 01:00 Them! 01:01 Starship Troopers 01:02 Men in Black 01:03 Clash of the Titans (2010) 01:04 Arachnophobia 01:05 Alice in Wonderland (2010) 01:06 Jaws 01:07 Tremors 01:08 The Empire strikes back 01:09 Clash of the Titans (2010) 01:10 Beowulf 01:11 Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets 01:12 The Return of the Jedi 01:13 Beowulf 01:14 Gremlins 01:15 The Mist 01:16 Attack the block 01:17 War of the Worlds (2005) 01:18 Cabin in the woods 01:19 Gremlins 2 01:20 King Kong (2005) 01:21 Tremors 01:22 Aliens / The Empire strikes back 01:23 Hellboy 01:24 Cowboys & aliens 01:25 Prometheus / Lake Placid 01:26 The Fellowship of the Ring 01:27 Avatar 01:28 Alien 01:29 From Dusk till Dawn 01:30 Krull 01:31 Congo 01:32 Jason and the Argonauts 01:33 Little Shop of Horrors 01:34 The Army of Darkness 01:35 The Fellowship of the Ring 01:36 The Time Machine (2002) / The Attack of the Clones 01:37 Howard the Duck 01:38 The Mist 01:39 End of days 01:40 Aliens 01:41 The Attack of the Clones 01:42 Clash of the Titans (2010) 01:43 Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire / Clash of the Titans (1981) 01:44 The Relic 01:45 Pitch Black 01:46 Resident Evil 01:47 The Princess Bride / Beetlejuice 01:48 The Two Towers 01:49 Ghostbusters 01:50 Evolution 01:51 Priest / Gremlins 2 01:52 The Ewok adventure 01:53 Ghostbusters / Anaconda 01:54 Creature from the Black Lagoon 01:55 Starship Troopers 01:56 The Return of the King / The Fellowship of the Ring 01:57 The Blob (1988) 01:58 King Kong (2005) 01:59 Deep rising 02:00 The Mist 02:01 Prometheus / Mimic 02:02 Splice / Mars Attacks! 02:03 King Kong (2005) 02:04 Cloverfield / 20,000 leagues under the sea (1954) 02:05 Aliens 02:06 I am number four 02:07 Beetlejuice / Anaconda 02:08 Doom 02:09 Independence Day / Jeepers Creepers 2 02:10 Lake Placid / Clash of the Titans (1981) 02:11 Star Trek (2009) 02:12 Avatar 02:13 Cat people / Evil Dead 2 02:14 The Thing / The Fly (1986) 02:15 The Blob (1988) 02:16 The Thing / Legend 02:17 Young Sherlock Holmes 02:18 Trick 'r Treat / Twilight Zone: The Movie 02:19 Aliens 02:20 Twilight Zone: The Movie / Evil Dead 2 02:21 The Descent 02:22 Poltergeist 02:23 Thor 02:24 Star Trek (2009) 02:25 Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest / Beowulf 02:26 Jaws / The Return of the King 02:27 Deep Rising / The Faculty 02:28 The Host 02:29 Anaconda 02:32 Evolution 02:34 It came from beneath the sea 02:36 Cloverfield 02:38 The Two Towers 02:39 Avatar 02:41 King Kong (1933) 02:43 Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire 02:44 Star Trek (2009) 02:45 Jaws 02:46 The Host 02:48 The Return of the Jedi 02:49 Jurassic Park 02:51 Men in Black 02:53 Willow 02:54 King Kong (2005) 02:55 Clash of the Titans (2010) 02:57 Deep Rising 02:59 Anaconda 03:00 Outlander 03:01 Cloverfield Movies I discarded for editing reasons: Slither, Braindead, Silent Hill, Monty Python and the Holy Grail, Tarantula, Enemy mine, Hellraiser, In the mouth of madness, The time machine (1960) and Super 8.
My tribute to my favorite trilogy in cinema history: Star Wars: "A New Hope" (1977, George Lucas), "The Empire strikes back" (Irwin Kershner, 1980) and "The Return of the Jedi" (Richard Marquand, 1983). Music by John Williams, of course. TRACKS USED (in order or appearance): - Sail Barge Assault (from Episode VI) - Leia's news (from Episode VI) - The Emperor arrives (from Episode VI) - Yoda and the Force (from Episode V) - Binary Sunset (from Episode IV) - Ewok Parade (from Episode VI) - End credits (from Episode VI)
Media Trust have joined forces with Chocolate Films and Camden Community School to produce this youth-led animation about the daily walk to school. The film reveals how an often mundane journey can be used to conjure up past memories and imaginative thoughts.Download the HD version for keeps at www.mishorts.comJoin our video-packed Facebook page: www.facebook.com/MiShortsDirector: Chocolate Films
Solar is a short animated film by graduate creatives Ian Wharton & Edward Shires. A tale of the sun, moon and two characters who inhabit a world that relies on day and night perhaps more than it would seem. More information: http://www.solarthefilm.com http://www.solarthefilm.com/blog
Pour Les Sous titre => au dessus de la description (Sous titre français)Jason, un homme célibataire, s'ennuie tellement car il est célibataire.. .Mais un jour au travail, il va faire une rencontre..."Signs" Un film de Patrick HughesActeurs(Cast) : Jason - Nick Russel Stacey - Kestie MorsaaiProduit par : Victoria Connors Bell, jen Beitler,Rob GalluzzoMusique : Dmitri GolovkoEcrit par : Patrick Hughes Karl Fleet Nick WorthingtonDirecteur Photographie : Cameron BarnettAn@Radical.Media and Publicis Mojowww.radicalmedia.com
A stop motion short shot with a camera in the ceiling pointing straight down at a guy lying on the floor. For more info and making of-stuff visit http://www.sorry-im-late.comUn stop motion réalisé avec un appareil photo fixé au plafond, pointant sur un homme couché sur le sol.
The last day of a girl in a world without bird.I wanted to make something a little bit different from my previous works.As always, no budget, no steady cam, no rig, no lights.Canon 550d/Sigma 30mm f1.4Filmed/edited/story/colorgraded by Kendy TyWith Elodie HachetInspired by a text by William Blake