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Alors, il parait que "les séries c'est mieux que le ciné" ? FAUX !!! A la table de Gasface, James Gray rappelle (enfin) quelle heure il est à tous ceux qui confondent l'amour du ciné avec l'emploi distrait d'un pass ugc merdos illimitos... ça, c'est pour l'amour. Et la vérité ? Clique-clique et tu verras plus jamais les films de Coppola et de James (son vrai fils) comme avant. JAMES GRAY vs the hype www.gasface.net fb/gasface.extraordinaire "Conversations with James Gray" dispo sur www.synecdoche.fr
Justin takes Aaron under his wing, showing him how to really not book a commercial for Sneaker Locker. Sneaker Locker: If you don't shop here, someone will punch you in the nuts. Click "follow" for updates! Created by Aaron Kheifets and Justin Tyler Directed by Alden Ford Featuring: Justing Tyler Aaron Kheifets Riley Soloner Cathryn Mudon Producers Devin Landin Aaron Kheifet Justin Tyler Director of Photography Arlen Konopaki Wardrobe Cindy Bagby
www.marcrienzo.com VISUAL EFFECTS Visual Effects Producer: Josh R. Jaggars Visual Effects Supervisors: Volker Engel, Marc Weigert Digital Production Manager: Danielle Costa VFX Producer: Julia Frey CG Effects Supervisor: Ari Sachter-Zeltzer Compositing Supervisor: Marc Dominic Rienzo CG Supervisor: Michael Grobe Project Managers: Katharina Koepke, Magdalena Wolf Visual Effects Coordinators: Katie Spinelli, Lisa Marra Visual Effects Accountant: John D. Vaughan Playback Operator: Chris F. Moore Post-Visualization Artist: Tom Bruno Jr Production Assistant: Kohl Harrington Data Wranglers: Gord Dunick, Stephen Chan Virtual Camera Operator: Alastair Macleod Lighting and Modeling Lead: André Cantarel Lighting Lead: Greg Tsadilas Lead Compositor: Niki Bern Matte Painting Supervisor: Ivo Horvat Modeling Lead: Justin Mijal Texture Leads: Greg Strasz, Federico Rivia Senior CG Effects Artists: Sam Khorshid: Joe Scarr: Christian Zurcher, Attila Zalanyi CG Effects Artists: Derek Blume, Rudy Cortes, Jason Crosby, Rif Dagher, Nick Damico, Brian DeMetz, Wayne England, Ian Farnsworth, David Glicksman, Joe Gunn, Ahmed Hassan, Alessandro Nardini, Goran Pavles, Will Shepherd, Gavyn Thompson, Mike Walls Senior Lighting TDs: Erick Schiele, Joe Mangione Lighting TDs: Curtis Cardwell, Robert Freitag, Anthony Juno Han, Justin Lloyd, Nathan Millsap, Alex Scollay, Marion Spates, Rodrigo Teixeira Compositors: Dan Akers, Brian Begun, Krista Benson, Ante Dekovic, Peter Demarest, Christina Drahos, Eddie Gutierrez, Jason Halverson, Nicholas Kim, Anthony Kramer, Joshua LaCross, Mark M. Larranaga, Jessica Laszlo, Gresham Lochner, Charles Meredith, Salima Needham, Robert Nederhorst, Christian Schermerhorn, Nabil Schiantarelli, Clancy Silver, Maciek Sokalski, Stefano Trivelli, Stacey Weigert, Joseph Zaki Modelers: Matan Abel, Moriba Duncan, Apollo S. J. Kim, Andrew Swihart, Pouya Zadrafiei Senior Matte Painters: Dylan Cole, Michele Moen, Rick Rische Matte Painters: Dark Hoffman, Alex Nice Texture Artists: Chris Duncan, Paul Fedor, Brian F. Ripley Animators: Robert Diaz, John Kubasco, Conrad Murrey Matchmovers: Francis L. Camacho, Gary Laurie Massive TD: Philipp Hartmann Roto and Paint Lead: Edgar Diaz Nuke TD: Nathan Dunsworth Pipeline TD: Paul Hormis Lead Pipeline Developer: Patrick Wolf Pipeline Programmer: Bilal Azam Senior IT Manager: Jack Ghoulian I/O Manager: Andrew Whitelaw IT Coordinator: Dennis Murillo Render Wranglers: Ramon Hernandez, Daniel Sang Yong Lee, Melanie Tucker Production Accountant: Laura Tiz
Get all the comforts of resort life without any of the hubbub. Each month, a new 22-minute episode of sketches. http://localempire.tv @LocalEmpireTV Written by and featuring: Michael Molina, Addison Anderson, and Colin Drummond Directed by: Sam West Edited by: Craig One Produced by: Gabija Blake Executive Producer: Jeff Schwartz
Traces of light are broadcast onto landscapes by a moving laser aboard a train. In Light Echoes, we collapse time and space into images which document the historical pulses of data in the form of light reflecting off earth and matter. This is the first expression of an ongoing series. lightecho.es Created by Aaron Koblin & Ben Tricklebank Music by Shigeto - "Detroit Part 1" from the album "No Better Time Than Now" Photography: Ben Tricklebank Technical Director: Gustavo Huber Production Company - Tool of North America President - Brian Latt Executive Producer - Oliver Fuselier Executive Producer - Danielle Peretz Producer - Kelly Christensen Camera operator - Robert Smathers Assistant Camera - Jason Gonzalez Digital Imaging Technician - Sherry Miranda C Camera Operator - Beatrice Copeland Laser Technician - Chris Stuart Editor - Anders Hoffmann Colorist - Loren White Locations - Filmore & Western Railway Dave WIlkinson Andy Wilkinson Julie Latshaw Ray Morquecho Jared Bissen Special thanks to Doug Aitken, Molly Logan, Chris Totushek, Barry Threw.
Facepaint stop-motion. Sound by Matthew Perryman - matthewperryman.net/ Thanks to Luke White
IMAGES CAN SHOCK Footage found on Youtube and Dailymotion. This idea came to me by watching TV. Images shocked me. Edited on Final Cut pro 7 and Pro tools 8 Music : Max Richter 2011
An anxious man takes a shower. Directed by Marc Johansen Music - 'Everything is fine' by Sothko (https://soundcloud.com/sothko/everything-is-fine)
Funny, surreal animation about an office worker called Graham and his best friend, Ian, who is a very large monkey. Graham's 'proper' job is being a hit-man and he goes about his work in dark glasses, a false moustache and a wig; not as a disguise, but to look tougher. The monkey mostly hangs around getting into trouble and eating bananas.Download the HD version for keeps at www.mishorts.comJoin our video-packed Facebook page: www.facebook.com/MiShorts Director: Adam Steel
On the Mexican holiday, Dia de los Muertos (Day of the dead) a little girl, who is mourning the loss of her mother, suddenly finds herself in the land of the dead, where she learns the true meaning behind the holiday. Dia de los Muertos is a short animated film created by Lindsey St. Pierre, Kate Reynolds, and Ashley Graham while attending Ringling College of Art and Design. The musical score was composed by Corey Wallace, and the sound by Mauricio D'Orey
Freddie Wilkinson and Rufus Lusk's new film about veteran climbers chasing unclimbed peaks into their golden years.more info:cowboybearninja.com & thenamelesscreature.com
The Butterfly Effect is a short CG animated film Passion Pictures has made in partnership with Unity, the games engine developers using the new Unity 4.0 3D software. The film was written and directed by Dan Sumich and is a homage to the classic action films from the 1970s through to the 1990s, with a soundtrack by the legendary heavy metal vocalist Steve Grimmett. An ordinary looking guy wakes up one morning feeling the worse for wear and realises he’s run out of milk. As he drags himself out of the house to go and buy some, an extraordinary sequence of events draws him into a journey of mayhem on the streets of San Francisco.
+ Info: dvein.com/projects/view/31 + The Vein: thevein.xxx Direction & Art Direction: Dvein Client: Adobe Post-production & VFX: Dvein ZBrush Artist: Luis Gómez Guzmán Live Action Crew D.O.P.: Alejandro Oset Production assistant: Anna Carretero Camera operator: Toni Rodríguez Grip: David Felices Make-up Artist: Salònica Rodríguez Actors: Ramón Pin, Antonio Izquierdo Sound mixing & mastering: Gerardo Vicente Martínez Microphone recording: Alex Félez (Heptagon) Special thanks to Pamplona89, Anders Hattne, Agosto & Sergi Roda.
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"This is the tale of the letter named I, A lonely author who lived life with a sigh..." Follow along with I as she journeys to discover her missing U! My senior thesis in Computer Animation at the Ringling College of Art and Design, class of 2013. Responsible for all work shown (story, design, modeling, texturing, animation, lighting, rendering, compositing). For more information and updates, please visit http://missingufilm.com or like it on Facebook at: http://www.facebook.com/missingufilm © Brooke Wagstaff 2013
Hedluv and Passman are back and getting set to head up to Edinburgh's Fringe Festival for a second year. They don't have the money, jokes or reliable management but they're trying their best. With a cameo from Rhys Darby and more waffle from these two comedy cornish rappers than you can shake a stick at, sit down and tune in to the new episode of To The Fringe
My tribute to my favorite cross-dressing women (and female actresses playing male characters) in cinema. Song: "Androgyny" by Garbage. FILMS USED: Yentl Mulan Boys don't cry Albert Nobbs Belle epoque Victor Victoria I'm not there Dragonslayer Sylvia Scarlett Crouching tiger, hidden dragon Orlando Pitch Black Salt The year of living dangerously Casanova Shakespeare in love Just one of the guys
A look back--and ahead--at ten years of Tsunami Tattoo in Portland, Maine. www.tsunamitattoo.com
by Diego Agulló and Dmitry Paranyushkin www.humpingpact.com
Michael is doing the Lego Dance. Animation by Annette Jung