Time of Rio from MOOV on Vimeo.
Time of Rio is a taste of our project about Rio de Janeiro, nature, city and life.
Produced using different image production techniques, like slow motion sequences, Time Lapse, Hyper Lapse, Rails and Motion Controllers.
Captured along the last months is the beginning of our first movie.
Edited in Lightroom, After Effects, Final Cut X.
Music "Oh Wee" by Immortal Beats and "Whispering Through" by Asura
Thanks for everyone that help us specially our wives for the patience!
Follow us on Facebook: facebook.com/imagemoov
Time of Rio é uma breve amostra do nosso projeto sobre o Rio de Janeiro, a cidade, sua natureza e vida.
Produzido com diferentes técnicas de captura de imagem, como seqüências de slow motion, time lapse, hyper lapse, trilhos e controladores de movimento.
Capturados ao longo dos últimos meses é o início de nosso primeiro filme.
Editado em Lightroom, After Effects, Final Cut X.
Música "Oh Wee" por Immortal Beats e "Whispering Through" por Asura
Obrigado por todos que nos ajudaram e especialmente nossas esposas pelo apoio e paciência!
Siga-nos no Facebook: facebook.com/imagemoov
Around the Globe- A Snow Globe Timelapse Journey from Canada to London from All Cut Up Films on Vimeo.
In November of 2012, Colin Mika (www.allcutupfilms.com) worked with Evoke Solutions (www.evokesolutions.com) to create a Holiday Christmas Card for McCarthy Tétrault LLP (www.mccarthy.ca). "Around the Globe" contains extended and unseen footage from the McCarthy Tétrault holiday Christmas Card (http://www.mccarthy.ca/greetings/en/card.asp).
"Around the Globe" was shot over two weeks in six different cities. These cities include; Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto, Québec City, Montréal and London, England. "Around the Globe" is the successor to Snow Globe Los Angeles (https://vimeo.com/33881918).
It was shot using a custom DSLR rig with Macro and Tilt-Shift style lenses with Bokeh shapes. All the effects were created in camera with no added VFX.
We would like to thank Evoke Solutions and McCarthy Tétrault for making this uplifting Christmas themed video possible and we all wish you a happy holidays!
Video of the Day: the hippo from Two Dollars Please on Vimeo.
OFFICIAL SELECTION IN THE 2012 LA SHORTS FESTIVAL
WINNER OF THE NOHO FLIX FILM FEST
OFFICIAL SELECTION IN THE MANHATTAN FILM FESTIVAL
OFFICIAL SELECTION NEW FILMMAKERS LOS ANGELES
Struggling with the death of his father, a homeless kid scours the streets of Los Angeles while mulling a favorite childhood poem.
Directed and Edited by Jeremy Asher Lynch
Written by Nicolo Dominick Gullo
with excerpts from "The Hippopotamus" by T.S. Eliot
Orignal Score by Alex Hung-Tai Zhang of Dirty Beaches
Director of Photography Michael Pescasio
Produced by Angel Thompson
Executive Producer Sharon Justice
Shot on R3D Epic
Shot on location in Los Angeles, CA
Video of the Day: 2012 Year on Twitter - From the Pope to Pelé to PSY, Twitter welcomed new voices from every corner of the planet. Moments of serendipity and just plain awesomeness came to life in 2012 on Twitter.
Relive the year's most interesting happenings and see your own year on Twitter visualized here: 2012.twitter.com
The Mixtape from Ithaca Audio on Vimeo.
Celebrating 50 years of the cassette tape. The format that brought us mixtapes and the birth of home sampling culture.
16 track live mashup performed on a 23 year old Tascam 1” tape machine.
A free copy of the mix is available on Facebook:
Ithaca Audio is a creative audio studio
Jose Gonzalez - Crosses
Etta James – Something's got a hold on me
Florrie - Give me your love
Soul II Soul - Back to life
Katy B - Katy on a mission
Reverend and the Makers - Champion of the world
Labrynth - Eathquake
Liquid - Sweet Harmony
Gwen Steffani - What you waiting for?
The Ohio Players - Fire
La Roux - In for the kill
Prodigy - Smack my bitch up
Deadmau5 - Ghosts n Stuff Nero Remix
Deadmau5 - Raise your weapon
Adele - Skyfall
The Supremes - Come see about me
Macro: a Neon Christmas card from Neon on Vimeo.
For our Winter R&D project, we wanted to make a skate film. Our goal was to create a series of impossible yet photo-real shots, putting us right in the middle of the action.
The real trick was developing a process that would allow us to create these shots with a small team of artists (instead of the usual small army).
Check out how we made it here: (Monday's video of the day)
Creative, Production & Post-Production: Neon
Skater - Danny Brady
Director of Photography - Paul O'Callaghan
Camera Assistant - Eric Young
Music and Sound Design - Box of Toys Audio
Location - Dido Hallett
Mapping - Mason Digital Mapping
Video of the Day: 2013 from hiorganic on Vimeo.
the project’s name “ the end” was describing the oil, sun, war and atom, that was a huge surround-screen projection, and meaning the end of the world, and rebirth the new life.
Even the worlds end coming, blue sky getting grey, and ground in silence. Therefore, the earth burning, that transfers to the dust into the sky. However, I am still standing here to see what I saw, bring my heart to feeling even a little spot light shadow brings any hope to here again. All the reasons cause people making the WAR, wasting the natural resource for the earth.
Human continuing waste the black petrol in our natural resource, building various electronic towers in a lot of cities, therefore, earth do not have any petrol, and human waiting to die.
The sun with white colour surround the earth and space years by years, which gives power of life to anyone who living in the earth. The sun never stops turning the world, but one day, it will going to the ends, like people breathing the last second before the die. In the end, human lost everything, life getting dark and not sunshine anymore.
Human making wars, at the same time, they were also stolen each family’s peace life around the world. People should feeling shame as we getting fast till the worlds end. For future, we can still see the lights, but it is from the fighting, and brings all the happier gone.
People use hi-technology building the best weapons to mash the world, continue making wars even using the nuclear warfare, at the end; we are all like dust floating into the wind.
All the things continuing happening around the world, it can be happening soon or never happen again, but human are still floating around the earth with our little hopes. In the future, one day it will going to the end.
【 Organic 】 http://www.hiorganic.tv/
Video of the Day: infime from Cut And Cook Studio on Vimeo.
Since 2009, Cut and Cook has been preparing little delicate images.
«Infime» is the incredible adventure of the studio's highly skilled graphists gathered around one watchword they all support: enjoying creating extraordinary images.
«Infime» is also a major challenge in terms of digital technique. It required properly customized developing systems. Some 3D sequences featured more than 30 000 000 polygons. Time render has been optimized and reduced to the max (40 000 hours).
Through «Infime», Dan Charbit (director and supervisor) encourages you to immerse supernatural landscapes and offers a graphic and poetic travel... Get a trip away.
Find «Infime» and more of our creations on: http://www.cutandcook.com
Depuis 2009, le studio Cut and Cook vous mijote de belles images.
«Infime» est l'aventure fantastique de ses talentueux graphistes, réunis autour d'un seul mot d'ordre: le plaisir de créer des images extraordinaires.
«Infime» est aussi un défi technique qui a nécessité le développement d’outils sur mesure. Certaines scènes 3D comportaient plus 30 000 000 de polygones. Le temps de calcul a été optimisé au maximum et réduit à prés de 40 000 heures.
Avec «Infime», Dan Charbit (Réalisateur et superviseur) vous propose, en un voyage poétique et graphique, une immersion dans des paysages surnaturels... Laissez-vous porter.
Retrouvez «Infime» et nos autres créations sur: http://www.cutandcook.com
Production: Cut and Cook Studio
Director: Dan Charbit
Supervisor: Dan Charbit
Editing: Julia Maby
Music and Sound Design: Nicolas Gueguen
R&D: Arthur Graff
VFX: Arthur Graff et Mickael Lalo
CG Artist: Annie Hua, Arthur Graff et Boris Kaufmann
Modeling, Rig, Setup: Gwenhael Glon
Animation: Quentin Retif
Compositing: Michael Rouayroux, Charles-E Farkas, Boris Kaufmann
Video of the Day: Blind Spot from Matthew K. Nayman on Vimeo.
Steven couldn't see how his day could get any worse, but that's because he's is looking the wrong way.
Austin International Film Festival, 2011
Toronto After Dark Film Festival, 2011 (Audience Choice Award)
Leeds International Film Festival, 2011
Miami International Film Festival, 2012
Boston Sci Fi Film Festival, 2012
London Sci Fi Film Festival, 2012
On Story, 2012
Video of the Day: DARK VESSEL - (bloody cartoon) from Rocky Curby on Vimeo.
DARK VESSEL is rife with Robot Murder, Mysticism, Reincarnation, and Revenge.
Written and Directed by
Video of the Day: TUFTY from Jason Butler on Vimeo.
Filmbase / RTÉ presents a Warrior Films production
Written & Directed by Jason Butler & Brendan Butler
Boy - Luke Reilly | Mother - Una Kavanagh | Hunter - Brendan McCormack | Taxidermist - Brendan Conroy
Producer Dave Leahy | Director of Photography Ivan McCullough | Edited by Berni Stack and Róisín O'Donnell | Original score composed by Louise Heaney | Sound Design & Mix by Paul Lynch at Mutiny Recording Studios | Puppet Design Asumpta Sweeney | Puppeteers Brendan Butler & Asumpta Sweeney | Special Effects Dave Roddham | Grading Orla O’Brien | Online Dominic Lord | Music Performed by RTÉ Concert Orchestra | Thanks to The Production Depot, Egg Post Production, IMRO, FÁS Screen Training Ireland, Contemporary Music Centre
What if you knew where your Teddy Bear really came from?
More info go to www.tuftybear.com
Video of the Day: Cheetahs on the Edge--Director's Cut from Gregory Wilson on Vimeo.
Cheetahs are the fastest runners on the planet. Combining the resources of National Geographic and the Cincinnati Zoo, and drawing on the skills of a Hollywood action movie crew, we documented these amazing cats in a way that’s never been done before.
Using a Phantom camera filming at 1200 frames per second while zooming beside a sprinting cheetah, the team captured every nuance of the cat’s movement as it reached top speeds of 60+ miles per hour.
The extraordinary footage that follows is a compilation of multiple runs by five cheetahs during three days of filming.
For more information about cheetah conservation, visit http://www.causeanuproar.com/
Requiem 2019 from Sil van der Woerd on Vimeo.
The last remaining blue whale comes eye to eye with its only enemy; mankind.
The film was directed by Rutger Hauer & Sil van der Woerd, who felt an urge to bring attention to the ongoing whaling. If you love whales and oceans like we do, please share this film!
Video of the Day: Glory At Sea! from Court 13 on Vimeo.
A group of mourners and a man spat from the depths of Hades build a boat from the debris of New Orleans to rescue their lost loved ones trapped beneath the sea. Winner Best Short Film, New Orleans Film Festival 2008; winner of the Wholphin Award, SXSW Film Festival 2008.
This was the short film by Court 13, directed by Benh Zeitlin, created in 2007 and birthed in 2008, that directly preceded the development and production of "BEASTS OF THE SOUTHERN WILD" -- winner of the Sundance Grand Jury Prize (2012), and the Cannes Film Festival's Camera d'Or (2012).
For more on Court 13:
For more on "BEASTS" -- where it's coming when, and how to get involved:
And for a look inside the Bathtub, as featured in "BEASTS":
The American Dream video is based on the fear of success, this thought is extremely powerful, fear has the ability to cripple us from pursuing our dreams. The moment I embraced my dreams it was as if the universe had drawn people to help us and share their stories. Our goal is to tell the stories of the people who live in America. Your support is the driving force behind our project. We could not have done this without you. We have made it this far because you shared and supported us through our social networking sites. We were able to connect with the people in this film because of the internet. Every time you share or like this project it brings us one step closer to photographing your town, people you know, possibly even you.
Become a part of our journey;
Instagram username : Ian Ruhter
Become a part of our journey;
Instagram username : Ian Ruhter
"Diamond Mouth"- Ta-ku (Official) from Alex Lee & Kyle Wightman (BRTHR) on Vimeo.
Created by Alex Lee & Kyle Wightman of BRTHR Films.
Off of the album RETWERK by Ta-ku (https://www.facebook.com/takugotbeats)
RETWERK LP DL link- http://ta-ku.me/
Tracks used- Diamond Mouth & Hey Justin
HW&W Recordings- huhwhatandwhere.com
Special thanks to Clayton Johnson, dojo master at Journey Martial Arts- Port Jefferson Station, New York
Video of the Day: Cityscape Chicago from Eric Hines on Vimeo.
Please watch in Fullscreen & HD with sound for best quality.
Cityscape Chicago is a personal timelapse piece consisting of over 30,000 still photographs shot on the Canon 5D Mark III incrementally between July and October 2012 around downtown Chicago, Illinois.
The inspiration of this piece was my fascination with the city of Chicago, particularly at night. For me, there has always been a mysterious sort of feeling to Chicago at night, so I decided to explore and capture it.
Prints from "Cityscape Chicago" will be available for a limited time on my RedBubble page.
Special thanks to Kessler Crane for the motion control equipment used in the making of this video.
Also, thank you to Hotel 71 and the Hard Rock Hotel Chicago
"Transcendence" by 'The American Dollar' | http://www.facebook.com/theamericandollar
Download a free compilation of 9 of their best tracks here: http://tinyurl.com/freeAMD
Video of the Day: Japan: A Skier's Journey EP1 S3 from Jordan Manley Photography on Vimeo.
Follow skiers Chad Sayers and Forrest Coots through Japan as they explore a world of contrasts. From Tokyo's city lights to Hokkaido's sacred hardwood forests, this episode explores spaces of simultaneous anonymity & intimacy, rigid tradition & an embrace for the future, finding epic powder each step along the way.
Presented by Arcteryx.com & The GORE-TEX® Brand
Director/Producer: Jordan Manley
Story editor: Chad Manley http://chadmanley.ca/
Narrator: Chad Sayers
Many, many thanks to:
Andrew Sprag & Clayton Kernaghan @ http://blackdiamondtours.com/
Max Friedman @ Niseko Tourism
"Shirakava Echo" courtesy of http://Cloudchair.net/
"August Neige" by Sawako
"Back to the Future Music (Sexy Synthesizer Remix)" By The Aprils
"Okoshi Daiko (Le tambour du reveil)" by Sakura
"Sakura" composed by Hiro Fujikake and performed [and courtesy of] by Okester Mandolina Ljubljana
"Beside Me" by Piana
Video of the Day: Degiheugi - Un Jour comme un Autre from DaBrainkilla on Vimeo.
Music video Un Jour comme un Autre by Degiheugi, from the new album Dancing Chords & Fireflies
Created and directed by Christophe Thockler
4'33 min - Stop motion / Video
- More than 35 000 photos
- 120 timelapses
- 160 hours of shooting
© October 2012
Video of the Day: Ruckazoid - Don't let me go (She aint mad at it) from The Crystal Beach on Vimeo.
video: Directed, designed, animated by Alexander Dueckminor
song: Produced, written, performed by Ruckazoid
Video of the Day: SKisM - Experts (Official Video) from Richard Payne on Vimeo.
Music video for Skism - Never Say Die Records, UK
The animation section was created by taking illustrations by Adam Relf, prepping them in Photoshop then animating and compositing in After Effects. I did the final compile in Adobe Premiere.
The process took six weeks from planning to completion.
The videos final destination is http://youtu.be/ouyC28ffPjQ
All comments are much appreciated. Richard
Directed by Richard Payne of Burning Reel Productions
Producer: Cal Gordon
Illustrator: Adam Relf
DOP: Nathan Mackintosh
Camera Assistant: Rob Hancock
Art Director: Harry Waugh
VFX: Mike Tyler
AD: Joe Elliott
Make Up Artist: Sophie Cox
Production Runner: Laura Cheese
Video of the Day: HIDETAKE TAKAYAMA 「Express feat. Silla (múm) 」 Music Video from kohta0130 on Vimeo.
HIDETAKE TAKAYAMA 「Express feat. Silla ( múm ) 」Music Video
director : Kohta Morie
cg animation : Kohta Morie / Cotalo Azuma
cg modeling : Junichi Akimoto / Takashi Nakagawa / Hayato Kanayama / Hiroyuki Ito / Kazuki Matoba / Hironari Okada / Masato Tajima / Ami Nakai
cg effects : Junichi Akimoto / Toyokazu Hirai
composite : Takahiro Shibano / Hiroyuki Ito / Masato Tajima
r&d : Hiroyuki Ito
matte painting : Hayato Kanayama
assistant director : Hiroyuki Ito / Yosuke Ohno
Produced by Transistor Studio
Video of the Day: WhoMadeWho "Running Man + The Sun" from Good Boy! Creative on Vimeo.
Director: William Stahl
Writer: Michael Vogt
Cinematographer: Thomas A.
WhoMadeWho and Good Boy! Creative finish off their acclaimed "Pitfalls of modern man" video trilogy with a darkly humorous tale about spoiled and greedy modern men who, in the words of Mr. Burns, would "give it all for a little more".
This two-part video - covering the singles "Running Man" and "The Sun" from this years "Brighter" album - takes place at a fictional media company "Umlaut Creative" run by WhoMadeWho's Tomas Barfod.
The company's handsome, succesful employees are all smug and content in their cushy worlds of creative class self-righteousness and material prosperity. But when the company's HR guy makes them fill out a list entitled "10 things to do before you turn 40" their fragile bubbles burst, confidence turns to envy and envy erupts into violence...
The previous WhoMadeWho/Good Boy! Creative videos "Keep Me In My Plane" and "Every Minute Alone" have toured festivals all over the world and recieved widespread acclaim for their ambitious thematic depth, unusual for the music video medium. Both clips were nominated at the prestigious UK Music Video Awards.
The dual "Running Man/The Sun" video is an attempt to push the boundaries of the medium even further, by telling a thoughtprovoking story of high complexity in an exiting and original form.
Video of the Day: CutOff [ESMA 2012] from CutOff LeFilm on Vimeo.
Directed by : Simon Chansard, Lucas Dworianyn, Hollie Gach, Duc Duy Nguyen, Victor Pillet.
With the voices of : Marie-Christine Darah, Donald Reignoux, Deborah Perret.
Music : Xavier Bussy : www.xavierbussy.com
Sound mixing : José Vicente : www.studiodesaviateurs.com
École Supérieure des Métiers Artistiques de Toulouse 2012.
Facebook page : www.facebook.com/CutOffTheMovie
Video of the Day: L'Odyssée de Cartier
L'Odyssée de Cartier
Discover the Cartier film, a journey between dream and reality.
For the very first time, Cartier decided to create a cinema epic focusing on its history, its values and inspiration, its artistic and universal scope.
Directed by: Bruno Aveillan.
More information on: http://www.odyssee.cartier.com
One more time . . .
Video of the Day: Halloween 2012 Light Show - This is Halloween by Marilyn Manson - YouTube: Over 8,500 lights and roughly 250 channels of computer animation. Special Thanks to Creative Lighting Displays for the awesome sequence and inspiration.
One more time . . .
Video of the Day: Halloween 2012 Light Show - This is Halloween by Marilyn Manson - YouTube: Over 8,500 lights and roughly 250 channels of computer animation. Special Thanks to Creative Lighting Displays for the awesome sequence and inspiration.
Video of the Day: Tea Making Tips (1941)
Welcome to the world of a national obsession and a place where people say 'orf' instead of 'off'. Tea connoisseurs will benefit from the six golden tips for making the perfect cuppa, as well as countless other handy hints (never store your tea next to cheese, for example). There's an assessment of the pros and cons of various teapots and words of wisdom about the tea bush itself. Slightly grotesque methods for producing tea en masse are demonstrated - it was wartime, after all - and tea had to be produced by the oceanful. As such, there are some top tips for cleaning that hard-to-reach tap in your tea urn. Remember: "a dirty tap means dirty tea". (Robin Baker) You can watch over 1000 other complete films and TV programmes from the BFI National Archive free of charge in the Mediatheque at BFI Southbank, London and from October 2008 at the new QUAD centre for art and film in Derby --
Video of the Day: The Great New England Hurricane of 1938
This strong Cat.-3 Hurricane struck several coastal areas of New England in September of 1938 with little warning, killing 256 people and moving at a forward speed over 50 MPH. The Blue Hill Observatory at Milton, Massachusetts reported a sustained wind of 121 MPH with a gust of 183 MPH. Hartford Connecticut had a low pressure reading of 28.04 inches. Just over 2000 people were injured. Damage was around $250-million dollars. (1938-dollars.)
Video of the Day: Salomon Freeski TV S6 E02 Quarter Past Midnight
Under twinkle of stars and light of moon
spirits roam the world at night
emerging cold and frozen
from shadows left and right
more richly colored than the day
they'll play 'til dawn's first light
set your clocks, the fun begins at quarter past midnight
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Video of the Day: Louchebem HD from louchebem on Vimeo.
Louchebem is a one year production CGI animated film from the school ESMA Toulouse, in France. Result of a passionate and hard work, Théo Girettes, Fabien Masson, Stéphanie Grard and Boris Laprade are proud to present it to you.
Video of the Day: Flipbook Shootout
Eric thought it would be cool to have a video be played out strictly by drawings on pages! Be sure to share, favorite, like, and subscribe!
Second Channel! http://youtube.com/samwickert
Video of the Day: Kuala Lumpur DAY-NIGHT
Notes from the Creator: Published on Oct 17, 2012 by Robert Whitworth
Kuala Lumpur Time Lapse: super-modern buildings juxtaposed with various cultural enclaves and with a little of Asia's chaos thrown in. My time lapse explores how the city changes from day to night highlighting how spaces dramatically alter during the course of a few hours.
As summarised by Marc Lourdes on Yahoo! Malaysia:
"5 months. 400 hours of solid work. 4 cameras. 40 shoots. 640 gigabytes of data. 19,997 photographs."
Special thanks to:
Special thanks to Maybank for collaborating with Eco Knights to inspire sustainable living in Malaysia.
The shots of KL city in the video were taken from Menara Maybank.
EcoKinghts - www.ecoknights.org.my
Music: Clams Casino - I'm God
Copyright © All Images Rob Whitworth 2012 - www.robwhitworth.co.uk
ISS Startrails - TRONized from Christoph Malin on Vimeo.
Do you remember 1982's "TRON" movie? The plot: A computer programmer (epic: Jeff Bridges) is digitized inside the software world of a mainframe computer, where he interacts with various programs in his attempt to get back out. Including light cycle races and strange solar wind ships...
Back in the real word the ISS is in a way one of these solar ships, constantly rotating around us. A tiny white spot, as it can be seen racing over the sky from time to time, when illuminated by the sunset (and sunrise ;).
This Video was achived by "stacking" image sequences provided by NASA from the Crew at International Space Station. These "stacks" create the Star Trails, but furthermore make interesting patterns visible. For example lightning corridors within clouds, but they also show occasional satellite tracks (or Iridium Flashes) as well as meteors - patterns that interrupt the main Star Trails, and thus are immediately visible.
The many oversaturated hot pixels in some of the scenes are the inevitable result of high ISO settings the Nikon D3s in ISS-use are pushed to for keeping exposure times short (owed to the dramatic speed the ISS travels). As there are no dark frames or RAW data currently available, hot pixels are not easy to remove.
After the initial stacking, all images have been sequenced with Apple Motion and the Video cut and edited with Final Cut Pro X. Stacked with the StarStaX app, get it here: markus-enzweiler.de/software/software.html
All sequences and images courtesy "The Gateway to Astronaut Photography of Earth", Image Science & Analysis Laboratory, NASA Johnson Space Center, eol.jsc.nasa.gov/Videos/CrewEarthObservationsVideos/
Closing sequence © Christoph Malin / ESO.org / filmed at Cerro Paranal.
Thanks a lot to my favourite bad Astronomer, Phil at BadAstronomy for first posting the film (http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/badastronomy/2012/10/16/my-god-its-full-of-star-trails/) and many many thanks to Vimeo for the Staff Pick!
Great minimal soundtrack "Eileen" by Lee Rosevere (http://members.shaw.ca/happypuppyrecords/index.html), and a short clip of "Window #3" by Two Bicycles (http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Two_Bicycles/Beko_Crash_Symbols_1/07_Window_3). VIMEO MUSIC STORE ROCKS!
A truckload of thanks go out to NASA astronaut Don Pettit (http://www.petapixel.com/2012/06/25/astronaut-don-pettit-floating-with-his-huge-camera-collection-on-the-iss/) and his colleagues for taking these images, and making films like this one reality!
Finally, please also be aware of Light Pollution (http://www.plightwithlight.org/index.php?id=49&L=1) one can see in many of these scenes! In the US join http://www.darksky.org/ for preserving the night skies for our children!!
Always believe in your dreams and make it possible!
All the best,
PS: At about 1:42 you see Comet "Lovejoy" rising...
Video of the Day: Stress from Babusjka on Vimeo.
Stress is a one minute long animated shortfilm from motion graphic artist Magnus Engsfors at Babusjka Motiongraphics in Oslo/Norway.
Stress is an intense, grainy, black and white journey through 24 hours that aims to stress the viewer as well as illustrate the biological, physical and psychological states of stress.
Animation & Direction:
Broken Note - Meltdown
Video of the Day: Shelter from Carl Burton on Vimeo.
An epic secret world is revealed within an attic during a rainstorm.
Show support by purchasing a download bundle! Contains:
Digital HD Copy + "Making-Of" PDF + Wallpapers for $3
Bundle and T-Shirts available here: http://www.shelteranimation.com/shop
Main animation site: http://www.shelteranimation.com/
Inspiration Tumblr: http://carlburton.tumblr.com/
Video of the Day: Eudon Choi AW12 Fashion Film from Crane.tv on Vimeo.
Crane.tv presents a fashion film to inaugurate South Korean, London-based designer Eudon Choi's AW 12 collection, now launched exclusively at Selfridges in London. Inspired by the simplicity yet complex detail work on the garments, the film brings together elements from everyday life while merging them with a futuristic vision. The piece was choreographed by contemporary dance choreographer Tim Casson, previously an assistant to Wayne McGregor and part of the Jasmin Vardimon Company, who's visual palette of mechanical hand and arm movements highlight the structure and details of the garments.
Seyna Van Der Linden
Director of Choreography:
Seyna Van Der Linden
Camera & Editing:
Producer & Stylist:
Music: Seyna Van Der Linden
Tali Leggett @ Bookings Models
Hair & Make-up:
Video of the Day: Naked Branches (2007) from Will Kim on Vimeo.
made at Cal Arts, Character Animation
©2007 Will Kim All Rights Reserved
While a male peacock and a female peacock (peahen) exchange a spiritual, love talk, a snake makes his own journey to connect the two lovers and to take away the peacock's desire till the last moment of the peacock's life. Emptiness is what the snake leaves behind after he accomplishes his wants in this film, 'Naked Branches.' Will Kim uses watercolor to explore his one hope that's vanished into air.
Official Selection & Awards
-Hiroshima Animation Festival, Special Program, ‘Stars of Students’, Hiroshima, Japan(Aug 7-11, 2008)
-2007 Animation Magazine’s Student Short Film Awards –Magazine September Issue
-14th annual student short film festival SHORT TAKES, UCLA -Animation
-4th annual Topanga Film Festival 07 -Film Category
-8th annual San Diego Asian Film Festival –Animation
-2007 Cal Arts, Character Animation Producers' Show,
Academy of TV Arts and Sciences Leonard H. Goldenson Theater, N.Hollywood
-Sidney Underground Film Festival, Pre Festival Events, Sidney Shorts,
Channel 31 TV program, every Monday for 4 weeks from June 25th, 2007
-2nd annual FilmGate Int. Student Film Festival (St.Louis, Missouri) animation/experimental,
Winning, 2nd place in animation/experimental category
-2007 Taiwan International Animation Film Festival, Taiwan, China
-Terrabyte 2.0 Garden Installation Finalists, Los Angeles Arboretum
-2nd Animest International Animation Film Festival, Bucharest, Romania
-7th annual The Student Shorts Film Festival, Toronto, Canada
-17th International Animated Film Festival “Les Nuits Magiques”, Begles, France
- 4th Fresh Film Fest Karlovy Vary-Int. Student Film Festival, Czech Republic-Animation
- 4th annual Austin Asian Film Festival, Austin, Texas (November 8-11th, 2007)
-6th annual Muskegon Film Festival, February 2008 (Muskegon, MI)
-Animation Nation 2007(Nov23-Dec1), Cal Arts Shorts (Singapore)
-DC Independent Film Festival, Washington D.C. (March6-16,2008)
-Philadelphia Film Festival, April 3-15-Philadelphia Film Festival, April 3-15
-2008 George Lindsey UNA Film Festival,Florence, AL (March,08)
-3rd Annual Kent Film Festival, Kent, CT (March,08)
18th International Short Film Festival of Cergy-Pontoise, France, April08
-AFI DALLAS 2008 Presented by Target, Founding Sponsor Victory Park
-3rd Annual DisOrient Asian American Film
Festival of Oregon, Eugene, OR (April 24-27,08)
-SICAF 2008 (Seoul International Cartoon Animation Festival), Seoul, Korea (May21-25,08)
-European Spritual Film Festival 2008, France (March-April,2008)
-42nd Brooklyn Arts Council International Film Festival, ‘The Power of Art Category’ May 2008
-Siouxland Film Festival, Sioux City, IA (Feb, 2008)- winning entry for ‘Graduate Selections’
-7th annual Ashland Independent Film Festival(AIFF), Ashland, Oregon, April 3-7
Best Animated Short-Finalist
Video of the Day: ADELAIDE by Liliana Greenfield-Sanders from Liliana Greenfield-Sanders on Vimeo.
Award winning short "Adelaide" screened at over 50 film festivals, winning Grand Jury Prizes and Audience Awards at Woodstock, Gen Art, Austin and more. The protagonist - Adelaide - seeks attention by faking illnesses. When she meets Brad, an aspiring paramedic, at the pharmacy counter, she believes she may have found the perfect man. So what happens next for these two? The director Liliana Greenfield-Sanders is currently developing the short film into a feature in association with the Screenwriting and Directing Labs at the Sundance Institute.. For more information about the film, director, and stills go to lilygs.com/2011/12/adelaide/.
The short film stars Anna Margaret Hollyman, Hank Harris, and Damian Young.
Follow Adelaide on twitter: https://twitter.com/adelaidemovie
Video of the Day: BIRDMASK Visuals from Neal Coghlan on Vimeo.
http://www.StudioASZYK.com // http://www.nealcoghlan.co.uk
http://www.twitter.com/StudioASYZK // http://www.twitter.com/nealcoghlan
* See how it's setup in Resolume here: http://vimeo.com/nealcoghlan/bmvsetup
** Prints available - see here for contact details: http://www.nealcoghlan.co.uk/Contact
*** Track - http://soundcloud.com/aszyk/elephant-castle-v1
It's taken a while but finally, here is the first upload of BIRDMASK Visuals. I first started work on these way back at the end of 2010. Like my Tasty Visuals, they started out with some miscellaneous illustration. The elements came together quite nicely and I started to form compositions out of them which became geometric, tribal bird faces. Like with most of my illustrations, I couldn't resist bringing it alive by animating it.
In their earliest form there was a lot less clips and they weren't in HD. A lot of elements didn't fit together well either so mixing between faces wasn't as smooth. In it's current form, the set is made up of 6 different faces, each one with 8 layers and 4 different clips per layer - making a total of 192 clips. These are all loaded into Resolume and triggered using Ableton and an iPad. See this video >> https://vimeo.com/50071434 on how I link audio with visuals. This video was made by recording a Resolume composition - all the clips being triggered live. This piece wasn't composited using FCP or Premiere! (or After Effects for that matter), it was all done live.
BIRDMASK visuals made their debut in Geneva at Mapping Festival in May 2011 (http://mappingfestival.ch/2011/types/?artist=1285&lang=en) and since then have been played in clubs across London. The biggest showing was during Channel 4's House Party (http://www.channel4.com/programmes/house-party/articles/aszyk) where we performed alongside RnB legends 'Soul II Soul', who played an amazing set, mixing Reggae, House, RnB and Garage.
The set is still evolving and work has begun on a 3D version. I'm hoping to port them into UNITY 3D where I can make them even more reactive...
The track is called 'Elephant & Castle' by ASZYK - http://soundcloud.com/aszyk/elephant-castle-v1
*** Festival organisers, we (Studio ASZYK) would love to hear from you ***
ISLE OF KAUA'I :: HAWAII from Scott McFarlane on Vimeo.
Scuba diving, cliff jumping, doors-off helicopter, 8-hour waterfall hike, sea caves rafting, surfing, lei-making, and more!
Testing out the capabilities of the GoPro Hero2 on a recent trip my girlfriend and I took to the gorgeous island of Kaua'i, Hawaii.
99% shot with GoPro Hero2 [720p, 60fps, 170º]
1% Canon 60D [18-135mm f3.5]
Also used X-shot 2.0 extender pole with GoPro.
Music: "Afternoon" by Youth Lagoon
Edited with FCP7 and Magic Bullet for color grading
*if playback is choppy check out YouTube version: http://youtu.be/jXIrTYUy8JU?hd=1
Video of the Day: Saint Michel - Katherine from Louis de Caunes on Vimeo.
Director : Louis de Caunes
Director of Photography : Thomas Garret
Production Designer : Lola Osorio
Editor : Aaron Fuks
Special Effects : Benjamin Di Giacomo & Torey Alvarez
Colorist : Benjamin Di Giacomo
Producer : Gaetan Rousseau
Production Company : paradoxal.net
Comissioner : Laurent Manganas
Client : Columbia France
Video of the Day: Form 17 from Red Giant on Vimeo.
Some dads just can't get rid of a bomb.
Description: A bomb technician faces his most hazardous situation yet: Take Your Daughter To Work Day.
This film was synced in seconds with Red Giant PluralEyes 3.0 - Learn more at: http://www.redgiantsoftware.com/products/all/pluraleyes/
Check out 'The Making of Form 17' at: https://vimeo.com/49272003
Director: Seth Worley
Executive Producer: Aharon Rabinowitz
Produced by: Neil Hoppe, Shannon Hoppe
Written by: Seth Worley, Neil Hoppe, Aharon Rabinowitz
The Lieutenant: Chip Arnold
The Daughter: Cammie York Hall
Other Officer: Cameron Childs
Unfortunate Pizza Delivery Guy: Micah Lanier
Original Music by: Ben Worley
Associate Producers: Mark Cowart, Cameron Childs
DP/Camera: Mark Cowart
Camera: Jeremy Gonzales
Grip: Brian Ellison
Audio: Matt Hail
Script Supervisor: Jeremy Flick
Art Design: Paul Conrad, Micah Lanier
The Bomb designed and built by: Neil Hoppe
Lt. Edward Cherry, Bomb Squad Commander, TN Hwy Patrol
Created with Red Giant PluralEyes 3.0 - Learn more at: http://www.redgiantsoftware.com/products/all/pluraleyes/
Dynamics of the Subway / Haisuinonasa (Official Video) from Keita Onishi on Vimeo.
Directed by Keita Onishi
This music video, "Dynamics of the Subway,is from Haisuinonasa's 1st Album,
"Animal Bodies," which was released in May, 2012.
Each note from the instruments is represented by a geometric shape in the animation; while these shapes move in sync with the song, they also form the parts that create the subway itself.
The Goat Herder and his Lots and Lots and Lots of Goats from Will Rose on Vimeo.
Winner of the Independent Animation Award 2012 at The Blue Plum Animation festival Tennessee http://www.blueplumanimation.com/winners/ and chosen By Vimeo for their 'Staff Picks'.
Inspired by my two year old niece who having seen a goat herder in Spain kept chanting 'lots and lots and lots of goats!'. The story follows a day in the life of a goat herder and his flock of goats as they travel up and down the mountains of Spain. Andy Cabic, lead singer of the band Vetiver http://vetiverse.com/ kindly gave me permission to use his track for the film which was fantastic.
There is no dialogue. The story is told using sound and movement.
I created this film during a break between animating on 'Peppa Pig' and 'Ben and Holly's Little Kingdom'.
I would love to make this in to an app for the iPAD as an interactive animated storybook for kids.
DESIGN/ANIMATION: Will Rose
MUSIC: ‘Soft Glass’ written by Andrew Cabic, licensed courtesy of Domino Publishing Company Ltd. and Bella Union Records http://vetiverse.com/
'Goat Herder' composed and performed by Tom Gisby
SOUND: JM Finch at Fonic Studios
Follow me: https://twitter.com/WilboJohnson
See more work at http://wilbojonson.tumblr.com/
Video of the Day: Projection mapping live performance art - The Alchemy of Light by a dandypunk from a dandypunk on Vimeo.
Please visit www.facebook.com/adandypunk for more art/movement/technology/inspiration
A few excerpts from a 10 minute, one man live performance piece.
Using projection mapping onto street furniture, a dandypunk travels through various fantastical worlds, interacting with strange characters and treacherous landscapes, in the hope of unfolding the secrets and learning the techniques from the ancient book of "The Alchemy of Light".
Direction, illustration, animation* and performance of all characters* by a dandypunk
*Tentacle animation by RUBBISHBELT.COM
*Falling silhouetted man performed by Roger Fojas
Eternal thanks to www.facebook.com/dollskills for many many things..
Music by Edit -Ants