The Missing Scarf from Eoin Duffy on Vimeo.

Winner, Grand Prize, Toronto Animation Arts Festival Intl., 2014
Winner, Audience Award, Toronto Animation Arts Festival Intl., 2014
Winner, Best Animation, Provincetown Intl. Film Festival, 2014
Winner, Best Short Animation, San Francisco Intl. Film Festival, 2014
Winner, Best Short Animation, Dallas Intl. Film Festival, 2014
Winner, Best Short Animation, Reel 2 Real Intl. Film Festival, 2014
Winner, Best Film, Chicago Irish Film Festival, 2014
Winner, Best Animation, Ventura Film Festival, 2013
Winner, Audience Award, Motion Plus, 2013
Winner, Best Irish Animation, Foyle Film Festival, 2013
Winner, The Grand Prix Irish, Cork Film Festival, 2013
Winner, Best Animation, Indie Memphis Film Festival, 2013
Winner, Best Animation, Savannah Film Festival, 2013
Winner, Best European Short Film, Seminci, Valladolid Film Festival, 2013
Winner, Best Animation, New Hampshire Film Festival, 2013
Winner, Best Animation, Galway Film Fleadh, 2013
Shortlisted, Best Animated Short – 86th Academy Awards, 2014
Nominated, Best Short Film, European Film Awards, 2014
Nominated, Best Short Film, Irish Film & Television Awards (IFTAs), 2014

Narrator: George Takei
Writer / Animator / Director: Eoin Duffy
Producer: Jamie Hogan
Script Editor: Richard Duffy
Music Company: Echolab
Composer: Tobias Norberg, Gavin Little (Echolab)
Sound Designers: Gavin Little, Joe McHugh (Echolab)
Post Production: Windmill Lane
Legal: Gordon Judge
Accounting: Stephen Proctor
Funders Representatives –
Emma Scott: Production Executive for the Irish Film Board
Pauline McNamara: Executive Producer – RTE
Fionnuala Sweeney: Film Specialist – Arts Council
Jill McGregor: Schemes & Applications Co-ordinator for the Irish Film Board

LEICA 100ANOS from bjorn charpentier on Vimeo.

Shot on alexa and Alexa M on MOVI 10
Prod : Stink SP
Dir : Tino and Jones
DoP : Bjorn Charpentier

Process Crayola from WIRED on Vimeo.

Take a look at how a Crayola Crayon is made.

Magnetic Void from James Miller on Vimeo.

Some brief shots I filmed at the site that was formerly, ‘The British United Shoe Machinery Company’ (BUSM) in Leicester. Part of a larger project.

Filmed with the Sony FS100 at 50p.

History of BUSM

Soundtrack: Clint Mansell / Moon - Welcome to Lunar Industries

Caine’s Arcade from Nirvan Mullick on Vimeo.

I went to buy a door handle for my car, and met this 9 year old boy, who had spent his summer building this elaborate cardboard arcade inside his dad’s used auto part store. Caine invited me to play, and I couldn’t pass up his FunPass deal.

UPDATE: Thank You! Over $239,000 has been donated to Caine’s Scholarship Fund, and we started the Imagination Foundation to foster creativity in more kids like Caine. We host an annual Global Cardboard Challenge inspired by Caine’s Arcade, and over 100,000 kids in 50 countries now take part every year.
Please continue to share this story, and lets foster the creativity of every child:

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OFFF Cincinnati 2014 Main Titles from OFFF, let’s feed the future on Vimeo.

What happens when you mix the greatest ideas, a bunch of names, simplicity with pure human being hands? You get an incredible fun CRAZY titles for OFFF Cincinnati 2014 by Bradley G Munkowitz aka GMUNK in collaboration with the kick-ass AUTOFUSS. Enjoy the madness because this is pure human-creativity!

OFFF Cincinnati 2014 is proudly part of OFFF on Tour’s third edition.

Director: Autofuss
Creative Director: Bradley G Munkowitz
Director of Photography: Joe Picard
Producer: Andrew Devansky
Fabrication Advisor: Andrew Devansky
Editor: Ashley Rodholm
Colorist: Carey Burens
Music: Harald Boyesen
Anton & Irene by: Peter Clark
Yuko Shimizu by: Kirsten Ritschel
Lobulu by: Ryan Chen
Digital Kitchen by: Nate Costa
James White by: Jason Kerr
Sougwen Chung by: Rowan Ogden & Kenny Johnson
Cocolab by: Conor Grebel
GMUNK by: Bradley G Munkowitz
OFFF Cincinnati 2014 by: Ian Colon
Lightbox Fabrication: Barry Bradshaw
DMX Master Control: Michael Beardsworth
Key Grips: Dakota Wilder, Branson Stowell

Chocolate Mill from Wieki Somers on Vimeo.

In conjunction with its major Gerrit Rietveld retrospective, Vitra Design Museum has invited five of the most innovative designers from the Netherlands to join a partner from the region in developing a design project. The results will be shown from 12 June (Art Basel) until 02 September 2012 in the exhibition “Confrontations”.
Studio Wieki Somers teamed up with chocolatier Rafael Mutter to create the ‘CHOCOLATE MILL’. It will be installed and in use from 15 June.


Designer,Illustrator:megumi kajiwara
Designer,book bind:Tatsuhiko Niijima
Movie Director:Kyotaro Hayashi
Music:Ryu Matsuyama

Flowers opening timelapse from David de los Santos Gil on Vimeo.

Después de 9 meses y 50.000 fotografías (de las cuales solo han formado parte del vídeo final unas 5.000), mi primer timelapse de flores ha terminado de formarse. Tras un largo trabajo buscando flores que abriesen rápido, aquí esta la lista de flores que han formado parte del timelapse: Lillium, hibiscus, clavelinas, orquídeas, dientes de león, lirios, margaritas, alstroemerias, peonías y nigella de damasco.

Aquí tenéis mi web:
Podéis seguirme en twitter:

Barcelona GO! from Rob Whitworth on Vimeo.

BARCELONA in Flow-Motion - A fast moving short film….

In few other cities is it possible to walk from spectacular location to spectacular location. I had a fantastic time adventuring around Barcelona’s winding streets making this film.

Special thanks to Ferran Macià Edo and his colleagues from Agència Catalana de Turisme (Catalan Tourism Board) for helping me get access to shoot at numerous stunning locations including:

Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya
Gran Teater del Liceu
Sagrada Familia
Museu D’Historia De Barcelona
Palau de la Música
Santa Maria del Pi

And an extra special thanks to Marta Garriga Bardalet for patiently modelling during an uncharacteristically cold and rainy day.

My time in numbers:
363 hours work
75 Hours Logistics and Travel
31 Hours Scouting and Location Finding
78 Hours Shooting
179 Hours Post Production

26014 Camera Raw Files
817gb of data

Kit List
Nikon D800 DSLR
Nikon D7100 DSLR
Nikon D7100 DSLR
Nikon D3200 DSLR
Nikon 10.5mm f/2.8G ED AF DX Fisheye
NIkon 10-24mm f/3.5-4.5G ED AF-S DX
Nikon 16-35 f/4G AF-S VR Zoom Nikkor
Nikon 28mm AF f/2.8D
Nikon 50mm f/1.4G AF-S
Nikon 70-200mm f/2.8G ED AF-S VR II
Promote Control

Barcelona GO! was part of a project commissioned by the Catalan Tourism Board. Five video artists created five videos using different techniques. All of the videos can be seen on their YouTube channel:

Sound Design and Music: Slava Pogorelsky

Rob Whitworth

Verschleif from Laurin Döpfner on Vimeo.

Mit einer Tischler-Kantenschleifmaschine wird vom Werkstück (Holz, Walnuss, Trafo, Schädel oder analoger Kamera) immer ein halber Millimeter abgeschliffen und fotografiert. Aus ca 650 Aufnahmen entsteht ein Kurzfilm, der die innere Struktur von Natur und Technik gegenüberstellt.

With an edge sander, half a millimeter is sanded off each work piece (wood, walnut, transformer, skull or analogue camera) and photographed. About 650 photos are made into a short film, which contrasts the inner structure of nature and technology.

Reverse Graffiti Project from matthieu brajot on Vimeo.

On April 14, 2008 in San Francisco, an English “reverse graffiti” artist and a critically acclaimed documentary filmaker came together while the city slept, to create an environmentally friendly work of art and a film about a philosophy of clean.

Find out more at

Agency - DDB SF
Client - Green Works
Director - Doug Pray

Matter Fisher from Moth on Vimeo.

Full list of awards & screenings:

A serendipitous journey in which a lone fisher is united with a form of estranged matter.

Director: David Prosser
Sound Design: Joe Tate
Assistant Animation: Eamonn O Neill, Gergely Wootsch
Mixed By: Nikola Zivojinovic
Mixed at: National Film and Television School
Production: Royal College of Art, 2010©
Running Time: 07’25”

BAFTA Nominated Short Animation 2011

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Palmipedarium (short film) from Jeremy Clapin on Vimeo.

Animated short film.

Simon knows about ducks quite well. They make noise, fly, swim, some even roll.
Sometimes, it’s a bit confusing and Simon gets lost.

Papy3d productions.
Thanks to the BLENDER foundation

Scenario, Art direction and editing : Jérémy Clapin
Producer : Richard Van Den Boom
Executive producer : Jérémy Clapin
Music : François-Eudes Chanfrault
Technical director: Jean-François Sarazin (VANILLA SEED)
3D Modeling, Texturing, Rigging and 3D rendering : Alexandre Louvenaz, Hélène Emain, Floriane Hétru, Fabien Weibel, François Carrobourg, Quentin Piq
Setup Rigging: Fabien Weibel, Quentin Piq, Jean-François Sarazin
Animation and compositing : Jérémy Clapin, Alexis Artaud
Sound design and mix: Eric Lonni (DIGITAL SALADE)
Foley : Bertrand Boudaud
Supported by : le CNC, Arte, the Procirep/Angoa-Agicoa and the Val de Marne Council.

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

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