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For Agile Films by 2veinte from 2veinte on Vimeo.

Agile Films asked us to make a whatever we wanted video. So we did this cute 2D animation.

Done by 2veinte
Directed by Pablo Gostanian
Art Direction & Design: Pablo Gostanian
Animation Direction & Animation: Juan Pablo Sciaccaluga
Audio Edit: Pablo Gostanian
Executive Director: Agustin Valcarenghi

More new work coming up soon.
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TF1 PUB Edit 2014 from Roof Studio on Vimeo.

ROOF Studio Collaborates with NAKED to Conceptualize and Create Whimsical, Thoroughly Original Bumpers for France’s TF1 Network.

Client : NAKED © - TF1
Directors / Creative Directors : ROOF Studio and NAKED Compagnie
Executive Producer: NAKED Compagnie

ROOF Studio Production:
Executive Producer: Crystal Campbell
Creative Directors: Vinicius Costa and Guto Terni
Design: Vinicius Costa, Guto Terni, Fred Palacio, João Lavieri, Pedro Kobuti, Sunmin Inn
Modeling: Rayza Alvarez, Lincoln Horita, Thiago Batista, Lucas Ribeiro, Fabio Paiva, Vinicius Valente, Ramon Lima, Alex Liki, Pedro Kobuti
Rigging: Viviane Adade, Diego Marcel, Leandro Spaletta, Pedro Kobuti, Mike James, Felipe Machado
Animation: Felipe Machado, Jason Tadeu, Lucas Ribeiro, Drika Ooki, Fernando Herrera, Pedro Kobuti, Abner Cirelli, Aulo Licinio, Daniel Sian, Henrique Edmx, Gabriel Prezoto, Fernando Donizetti
Render and Texturing: Pedro Kobuti, Tiago Dias, Shane O’Hara, Daniel Sian, Sergio Dimi Rocha, Vinicius Costa, Guto Terni, Vinicius Valente, Josemar Queiroz , Ricardo Riamonde
Composite: Pedro Kobuti, Tiago Dias, Shane O’Hara, Daniel Sian, Sergio Dimi Rocha, Vinicius Costa, Guto Terni, Felipe Machado

Naked Compagnie Production:
Executive Producer: Philippe Fournerie
Senior 3D Artist : Corentin Seguin de Broin - Jonathan Roméo
Senior Art Director : Benoît Bayart
Junior Art director : Seydou Koné
Compositing ; Laura Saintecatherine / Pedro Carvalho Gomes
Music : StartRec

MPC Shorts - Sunny and Steve - Enjoy the Sweets from MPC on Vimeo.

Meet Sunny and Steve, the charming characters brought to life by MPC NY in a light-hearted short film written and directed under one roof by in-house talent Bill Dorais and Ty Coyle – just in time for Easter. Born out of MPC’s love for storytelling, what started as a passion project quickly turned into an ongoing creative platform to collaborate, experiment, and develop talent within the MPC NY character design team.

The short film tells a humorous tale of an office worker as he struggles with a protective, seemingly innocent bunny on a quest for sweets.

To find out more, check out: moving-picture.com/work/mpc-shorts-sunny-and-steve-enjoy-the-sweets

OBJEKT V | Augmented Sculpture from URBANSCREEN on Vimeo.

OBJEKT V is an augmented sculpture developed in the scope of an artistic research project with the working title LUMEN. The conceptual starting point of the associated works was to create wall objects located in the dynamic area between virtuality and reality.
The basic idea - to establish a connection between the contrasting poles of a world that is increasingly separated into virtual and real spaces.
Based on a plug-type system, the sculpture was designed as a virtual 3D-object. Using a 3D-printer and wood as a natural material, this virtual draft was transferred into a tangible condition.
The resulting physical object constitutes the artwork’s “real” dimension. It seems to grow out of and into the underlying wall at the same time and, thereby, integrates into the spatial surroundings.

The projected light – the virtual dimension of OBJEKT V – influences the relationship between the sculpture and the surrounding space. With a high end projector, as the only physical illuminant, we tried to achieve the illusion of multiple light sources interacting with both the sculpture and its ambiance. By merging the object shadows with their virtual counterparts, the logical reactions of light and shadow are subtly subverted to cause slight and yet playful irritations of the spectator’s perception.

2013

Duration (loop): 8 min.
Dimension: 150 x 86,5cm / Projection: 294 x 170 cm

Art Director: Max Negrelli, Jonas Wiese
Motion Graphics: Max Negrelli, Jonas Wiese
3D Design: Max Negrelli
Sound Design: Jonas Wiese (jonas-wiese.de)

An URBANSCREEN.com production
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Cachoeira from Rodrigo EBA! on Vimeo.

Stop motion animation made with water drops.
Director / Animation: Rodrigo EBA! Music: Arthur Tofani.

(Cachoeira) Brazil, 2011

HYUNDAI A World Without Limits’ - campaign montage from STUDIO AKA on Vimeo.

'A World Without Limits'

In a world full of limits, the uniqueness of something that is truly unlimited is conveyed in a series of wickedly daft vignettes for Hyundai.

Envisaged with a deadpan silliness that was absolutely right for the team at AKA, director Steve Small chose to create a pared back world into which the Hyundai proposal could be spot lit - alongside examples of both limited and unlimited situations and ideas.

See also the ‘CAT’ spot …

Client: Hyundai
Online campaign montage
Agency: Innocean Worldwide UK Ltd.
Directed by: Steve Small
Produced by: Studio AKA

Everything is a Remix Part 4 from Kirby Ferguson on Vimeo.

*** My new series, This is Not a Conspiracy Theory, is now live: vimeo.com/ondemand/tinact ***

Our system of law doesn’t acknowledge the derivative nature of creativity. Instead, ideas are regarded as property, as unique and original lots with distinct boundaries. But ideas aren’t so tidy. They’re layered, they’re interwoven, they’re tangled. And when the system conflicts with the reality… the system starts to fail.

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The Long Game Part 2: the missing chapter from Delve on Vimeo.

All of history’s greatest figures achieved success in almost exactly the same way. But rather than celebrating this part of the creative process we ignore it.

This missing chapter in the story of success reveals the secret to doing meaningful work. But in the modern world, full of distraction, do we have what it takes to do great things?

The second in a two-part series about creativity.

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Delve Deeper:

Part one of the series: vimeo.com/84022735

The series was part inspired by Mastery by Robert Greene
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You can read more about Leonardo daVinci’s difficult years in: “Da Vinci’s Ghost: Genius, Obsession and how Leonard Created the World in his Own Image” by Toby Lester amazon.co.uk/gp/product/1439189242/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1634&creative=19450&creativeASIN=1439189242&linkCode=as2&tag=adammeetsworl-21

This series began life as a couple of essays on Medium
Difficult medium.com/i-m-h-o/a7f8bdabd67b
47 years to success medium.com/the-dept-for-dangerous-ideas/8654ee14e4b2

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Released under a Creative Commons Licence 3.0 - Remix & share with non-commercial attribution

Credits:

All paintings and archive in the Public Domain via Wikimedia Commons & Prelinger Archives
The Craig Ferguson Show © CBS

Music released under a Creative Commons Licence

"Lullaby" by _ghost (soundcloud.com/ghost-14)
“Hungaria” by Latché Swing (jamendo.com/en/artist/latche_swing_(3)
“July” by Marcel Pequel (last.fm/music/Marcel+Pequel)
“One” by Marcel Pequel (last.fm/music/Marcel+Pequel)
“Todo se precipita a tu alrededor deprisa” by Ruido Blanco

John Coltrane By Gelderen, Hugo van / Anefo [CC-BY-SA-3.0-nl (creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/nl/deed.en)], via Wikimedia Commons
John Lennon By Roy Kerwood [CC-BY-2.5 (creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.5)], via Wikimedia Commons
Sir Alec Guinness By Allan warren → allanwarren.com [CC-BY-SA-3.0 (creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0) or GFDL (gnu.org/copyleft/fdl.html)], via Wikimedia Commons
Tim Berners Lee By John S. and James L. Knight Foundation [CC-BY-SA-2.0 (creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons
Rafael Nadal By Steven Byles from Singapore, Singapore (Rafael Nadal Uploaded by russavia) [CC-BY-SA-2.0 (creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons
Steve Jobs By Matthew YoheAido2002 at en.wikipedia [CC-BY-3.0 (creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0)], from Wikimedia Commons
Bill Gates By Kees de Vos from The Hague, The Netherlands [CC-BY-SA-2.0 (creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons
Richard Branson By David Shankbone [CC-BY-3.0 (creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0)], via Wikimedia Commons
Bob Dylan by Chris Hakkens
Horse statue By Jenny Poole from London, UK (Skopje horse statue Uploaded by raso_mk) [CC-BY-2.0 (creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons
Mark Zuckerberg :Credit line on the web (with hyperlink): Guillaume Paumier, CC-BY.
One Direction: Fiona McKinlay
Miley Cyrus: Mike Schmid
Taylor Swift: By Eva Rinaldi from Sydney Australia (Taylor Swift Uploaded by russavia) [CC-BY-SA-2.0 (creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons

Story Design and Production by Adam Westbrook
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A GIRL NAMED ELASTIKA from Guillaume Blanchet I Filmmaker on Vimeo.

She’s young, dreamy and fearless, she drives cars way too fast, she’s also a yamakasi. She likes adventure, fireworks and unrelenting seas. From the day I conceived her, I’ve been a worried father. And a proud one too.

For distribution, contact coordo@travellingdistribution.com - More to come at facebook.com/GuillaumeBlanchetFilmmaker

PRIZES
Jury, grand prize/ Very Short Int’l Film Fest. 2013, Paris
Audience award/ Prix de Court Pathé 2013, Lausanne
Best film for Children/ Animateka Fest.2013, Slovenia
Audience favorite animation short/ Palm Springs Int’l Shortfest
Special mention, Spirafilm Prize, Off-Courts Trouville 2013
Honor. mention/ BeFilm Festival 2013, New York
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OFFICIAL SELECTIONS
Annecy International Animated Film Festival 2013
International Leipzig Festival 2013
Melbourne International Animation Festival 2013
BFI London Film Festival 2013
Stuttgart International Festival of Animated Film 2013
Big Cartoon Festival 2013, Moscow
Anima Mundi 2013, Brazil
Anima Bruxelles 2014
Milano Film Festival 2013
Krok International Animated Films Fest 2013, Ukraine
Seoul International Cartoon & Animation Fest. 2013
KLIK! Amsterdam Animation Festival 2013
Reel2Real Film Festival 2013, Vancouver
Guanajuato International Film Festival 2013, Mexico
Lahore International Children’s Film Fest. 2013, Pakistan
MECAL Int’l Short Film Festival 2013, Barcelona
World Festival of Animated Film 2013, Bulgaria
DC Shorts 2013, USA
Fantoche International Film Festival 2013, Switzerland
Aye Aye Film Festival 2013, France
Edmonton International Film Festival 2013
ArtFilmFest, International Film Fest 2013, Slovakia
Illustrative Art Film Festival 2013, Germany
Brasil Stop Motion Film Festival 2014
Milwaukee Film Festival 2013
Nevada City Film Festival 2013
1 Reel Film Fest. for Bumbershoot 2014, Seattle
Imagine Science Film Festival 2013, USA
Los Angeles Comedy Shorts 2013
Cleveland Int. Film Festival 2013
Starz Denver Film Festival 2013
Fantasia International Film Festival 2013, Montréal
Fantasia Tout Court - maTv 2013, Montréal
Rendez-vous du Cinéma Québécois 2013
Festival de Cinéma de la Ville de Québec 2013
Festival Vitesse Lumière, Québec
Festival de Cinéma des Gens d’ici 2014, Quebec
Sommet du Cinéma d’Animation de Montréal 2014
Festival Images en Vue 2013, Québec
Animex Int’l Fest of Animation 2014, UK
Montreal Stop Motion Film Festival
Dawson City International Short Film Festival 2013
Boulder Int.Film Festival 2013, Colorado
Rotterdam Int’l Film Festival 2013
“Canadian Shorts” by iShorts 2013, Czech Republic
Regard sur le court métrage au Saguenay 2013
Cinémagine 2013, Canada
Projection Talent tout court! 2013, Clermont-Ferrand
Projection Regard-Sodec 2013, Clermont-Ferrand
La Petite École du Film Court 2013, France
Les Nuits Magiques Fest. 2013, France
BD Festival International de Lausanne 2013
FILMETS Badalona Film Festival 2013
Animated Dreams 2013, Estonia
St. Louis International Film Festival 2013
El Meu Primer Festival 2013, Barcelona
Se-ma-for Film Festival 2013, Poland
Illustrative Art Festival 2013, Berlin
Bradford Animation Festival 2013, UK
San Jose International Short Film Fest. 2013
Seattle’s Music and Arts Festival 2013
Seattle Children’s Film Festival 2013
Animage Film festival 2013, Brazil
Newport Beach Film Fest. 2013, USA
New Zealand Film Festival 2013
Expotoons Animation Festival 2013, Argentina
MECAL Chile Festival 2013
Even. of Award Winning Short Films, San Diego
Animix 2014, Tel Aviv
Redcat Int’l Children’s Film Fest. 2014, L.A.
TAAFI 2014, Toronto
Petaluma Film Fest. 2014, San Francisco
Tournée des écoles du Festival Très Court, France
St Kilda Film Fest. 2014, Australia
Best of KLICK 2014, Amsterdam

Cool Hunting Video: Thomas Doyle from Cool Hunting on Vimeo.

In a small suburb north of New York City we met Thomas Doyle, a sculptor whose miniature works reveal an interesting view of his characters’ lives. Doyle constructs frozen scenes of surreal domesticity and suburban life that provoke nostalgia and warmth—until one takes a closer look. Maybe the idyllic image of the American family is not as cozy as it seems.

Most influential VFX Movies Compilation (Extended version) from Roger Serrabassa on Vimeo.

"Turn the volume up & display HD fullscreen mode for a deluxe experience."

I hope you enjoy watching this selection as much as I did editing it. : )
My intention was to create a short video, a taster of the scenes that captivated me from an early age (80s onwards). I did use 160 VFX Movies (LIST: bit.ly/1gDTvM5).
Short version: youtube.com/watch?v=aYDM1y-2TU0

Song: Thomas Bergersen “Rada” (Extended)
Vocals by Vladislava Vasileva

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I don’t take any credits for music, cinematics or any kind of picture.
All music belongs to the original creators.

Fair use is codified at Section 107 of the Copyright Act.
Under the fair use doctrine, it is not an infringement to use the copyrighted works of another in some circumstances, such as for commentary, criticism, news reporting, or educational use.

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Hermès Métamorphose from Vallée Duhamel on Vimeo.

A video in which everything transforms into something new, leading the viewer through a ludic story of surprising scenes. The video was created for the luxury parisian brand Hermès and subtly features some of their key products.

Credits :
Production Company : Vallée Duhamel
Director : Julien Vallée
Art Directors : Carolyne De Bellefeuille / Eve Duhamel
Art Department : Olivier Charland / Jean-Constant Guigue / Frédéric Blouin / Ian Langohr / Clément Yeh
Assistant Director : Pierre-Olivier Nantel
Animator : Pascal Brousseau

Client : Hermès Paris
Chief Creative Officer – Bridget Jung - DigitasLBi Paris
Directeur de Création – Nicolas Thiboutot - DigitasLBi Paris
Directeur de Création – Fabien Mouillard – Publicis & Nous
Directeur Artistiques – Frederic Roux, Chisato Tsuchiya - DigitasLBi Paris
Directrice de Projet – Johanna Zenouda - DigitasLBi Paris
Productrice – Alexandra Marik

Director of Photography : Simon Duhamel
Assistant D.O.P : Marc-André Dubois
Assistant D.O.P. : Pierre-Luc Bouchard
Camera Assistant : Dan Duranleau
Gaffer : Jean-Simon Laflamme

Compositing, post production & grade : The Workshop

Music & Sound Design : Loïc Ouaret

Lullatone - Let’s Split a Banana Split from Lullatone on Vimeo.

From “Summer Songs” lullatone.bandcamp.com/album/summer-songs-ep

Which we think it could be a good soundtrack for:

• ice cold drinks (with foam things around them to keep them extra cool)
• anything by a pool
• just cruising on a skateboard (without too many technical tricks)
• making sun tea
• bonus juice at the bottom of your shaved ice
• itching after sitting in a patch of really really green grass
• making a funny sound while walking around in flip flops
• sweating
• eating dinner outside
• hammock naps
• spraying a friend with a garden hose
• wishing you were wearing more clothes in the freezer section of the supermarket
• pretty much anything involving a backyard - and -
• eating way too much watermelon

Bang Bang from chelsea jones on Vimeo.

This project is the combination of my two passions; dance and motion graphics. Using a projector, it was filmed in one take and created for my first senior project at Savannah College of Art and Design.

Modern Love: Fight or Flight from The New York Times - Video on Vimeo.

As her relationship with her boyfriend was coming to an end, the writer Sarah L. Courteau grasped for a moment of tenderness between them.

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In an infinite travel by the visual universe.
Here is my attempt to record it.

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