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!
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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