Wow! Talk about epic stop motion work. More below…
- If Peter could be anything, he’d probably be a beetle -
The 2011 BAFTA award winning short film from Mikey Please.
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A FILM BY: MikeyPlease.co.uk
MUSIC COMPOSITION: Benedict Please (TheBookshopBand.bandcamp.com/)
MUSIC PERFORMANCE: BenedictPlease.co.uk & myspace.com/StringbeansQuartet
SOUND DESIGN: Benedict Please
DUBBING MIXER: MauricioDOrey.com
PETER EAGLEMAN DavidCann.co.uk
PHILIP Tony Guilfoyle
set design & model making:
Mikey Please, AmerInCamera.co.uk, DanOjari.com, Gemma Taylor, Laura Bateman, SeanRobertHogan.com, Steve Hutton, John Wilkinson, Rebecca Fox, TD Van Der Beek, Jessie baker
PRODUCED @ The Royal College of Art
Presented by ShortOfTheWeek.com/
Written & Directed by Ryan O’Hara Theisen
SHADOW is the second installment from PRINTS, a series of singles by Brooklyn-based recording artist and producer, Alan Wilkis. The song is a collaboration between Wilkis, Lyrics Born and White Hinterland.
Stream and download “Shadow” and its accompanying remixes at: bit.ly/Shad_Vim
Cast: Brian McCarthy, Amanda Allyse Magyar, Chris Boas, Patti Van Dyke, Geordie Broadwater, Michael Newman, Roland Da Rold, Guy Galloway
Production Company: Lucky Branded Entertainment
Executive Producer: Jonathan Rosen
Producer: John Zhao
Director of Photography: Corey Fontana
Assistant Camera/Gaffer: Roland Da Rold
Grip: Michael Newman, Jacob Rhodes
Art Directors: Claire Ensslin & Jacob Rhodes
Wardrobe Design: Lauren Rosen & Erin Pope
Makeup Artist: Sarah Graalman
Production Assistants: Guy Galloway, Mona Hassan, Hannah Bae
Editor: John Zhao
Colorist: Tristan Kneschke
VFX: Michael Lawrence
Made possible with help from Forgotten Works Studio and DUMBO Improvement District.
Special thanks to: John Zhao, Mary Crosse, Frank Ishman, Brian Feeney, Lauren Rosen, Jacob Rhodes, Erin Pope, Brian Cherchiglia.
Shot on Canon 5D and 7D.
I am a big fan of Tenacious D and have been for a few years now. Of course I am totally stoked that they are hanging around and their recent album is definitely awesome and this recent video promoting the release of their latest single ‘Rize of the Fenix’ is brilliant.
Prod Co: PrettyBird
EP: Candice Ouaknine
Producer: Becca Kinskey & Jonathan Wang
DP: Christian Sprenger
Production Designer: Jason Kisvarday
VFX: Zak Stoltz, Ben Brewer, and Brandon Hirzel
Diggin’ this joint right here.
THE DARK KNIGHT
Produced by Khrysis
Directed by Kenneth Price
The Blind Poet
There are just so many wrong things happening in this video for Chappo’s single ‘Hell No’ that it’s hard to know where to begin. They are all super fun to watch but you can probably take a wild guess as to the potential discomfort level just by looking at the thumbnail for the video. It’s potentially NSFW depending on your comfort level with singing boobs.
Directed and produced by: GHOST+COW (Brandon LaGanke & John Carlucci)
DP: Milos Silber
Production co: Hayden 5 Media
Edited by: Chris Coots
Colorist: Tim Ziegler
VFX Producer/EP: Chris Kiser
Flame: Lead: Aaron Vasquez
Flame: Mario Caserta
Flame: Joey Deady
Special thanks to Click3X, Outpost Digital, Radical Media and Hayden 5
I am a big fan of Beach House and thought their last album was fan-friggin-tastic. This brilliant recent video directed by Sean Pecknold makes me even more excited about what’s yet to come.
A short film by Lea Amiel and Nicolas Libersalle
Music Credits : To build a Home by The Cinematic Orchestra
Whoa man! WTF! I guess I could get down with some yarn you know.
Directed by Andrew Thomas Huang
WINNER at SLAMDANCE 2012 of the Special Jury Prize for Experimental Short
Cast Featuring: Mary Elise Hayden, Marissa Merrill & Dustin Edward
Executive Producers: David Lyons & Andrew Huang
Producers: Laura Merians & Stephanie Marshall
Cinematographer: Laura Merians
Production Designer: Hugh Zeigler
Costume Designer: Lindsey Mortensen
Hair & Makeup Designer: Jennifer Cunningham
Sound Design & Original Score: Andrew Huang
A Moo Studios & Future You Production
Copyright 2012 Andrew Huang All Rights Reserved.
SpineTV has assembled a series devoted to what may be the world’s most quirky metropolis, Tokyo. I have never been but this series has me itching to travel there as soon as humanly possible. It must truly be an amazing place. In order to view the entire series you can dig into Spine’s Vimeo account here.
Here is the description of episode 6 of the series that you can watch above:
“In episode 6 of our Tokyo City Series we visit Kokoro HQ, part of the Sanrio Group responsible for one of the most famous Japanese exports, Hello Kitty. Since their inception on 1984 Kokoro have created various ‘ofrobots’ including people friendly vending machines, massive animatronic dinosaurs and life-like ‘humanoid’ robots, developed in ‘continous observation of humans’. We meet Takeshi Mita who shows us the female actroids (actor/android) they are currently developing and tells us of his hopes for an actroid and human integrated future.”
Vinicius Costa sent a humble little, ‘hey check out my latest work’ type of email and I have to say very humbly that I am floored. Wow. Absolutely gorgeous work is spilling over his amazing portfolio. What a talent.
I really dig the music for this track from Oupa titled ‘It’s Rough’ from the album Wild Love, but oh man I think I am tripping out man. Oh man I am tripping out so hard. AHHHH!
The video was produced by Porcelain Raft
Here is the official video for Surf City’s “Crazy Rulers of the World”
Artist: Surf City
Label: Fire Records
Cameras: Raul Zahir De Leon + Jerry Ricciotti
Produced by Wilderness Bureau
“A collaborative short film by Andrew Telling and Owen Richards that documents photographer Robin Friend working on his series ‘Slaughterhouse’ deep beneath the hills of North Wales.’
Camera & Edit – Andrew Telling & Owen Richards
Music – Andrew Telling
Grade – Chloe Hayward
Typography – Chris Thompson
Special thanks to Owain Brown
As the world may end with a whisper rather than a bang, so has this remarkable networked era seemingly appears as if it was always there. Beautifully shot short film from Ericsson.
This is the music video for Foxx on Fire’s latest single ‘March Into The Sun’ directed by Edward Housden.
More obscure artistic strangeness in the form of music video this time for the Casiokids by Kristoffer Borgli.
Director: Kristoffer Borgli
DoP: Håvard Byrkjeland
Editor: Mikael Svartdahl
Executive Producer: Magne Lyngner
Producer: Mari Grundnes Paus
Production company: Bacon OSL
Flame: Daniel De Vue, Ivar Rystad
1st AD: Kamil Grzybowski
1st assistant cameraman: Espen Gulbrandsen
Lighting: Daniel Matthew Atkinson, Kim Skogstad
Assistant: Magnus Ersland
Grading: Sofie Borup, Bacon X
This is very well shot.
“‘When what you see is not what you get’
The 2D version of the 3D short film by Alexei Popogrebsky.
We used the opportunity to test some concepts in 3D and see how it would translate to 2D, and vice versa. Originally part of the Experiment 5ive omnibus – 5gum.ru . (Hence the black envelope with the picture inside, which had to be the common element of all 5 films)
Watch the 3D Anaglyph version here vimeo.com/28852133 (you would need those cardboard red-cyan glasses for that)
Featuring Grigory Dobrygin and Ina-Maria Jaich
Photography by Peter Steuger; Production design by Erwin Prib; Art Direction and SFX by Niels Müller; Costume Design by Petra Wellenstein; Music by Dmitry Katkhanov; Stereography by Sarah Rotter; Shot on Arri Alexas and Stereotec 3D rig; Postproduction by Pictorion das werk; Produced by METRAFILMS
‘Bonne Annee’ written and performed by Marie-Aude Robin and Dmitry Katkhanov”
“The film is set in post-nuclear Tokyo in a dimension not so distant from ours. Young salary-man’s morning commute takes a surreal turn.”
Cinematographer: Ryouken Okamura
Designer: Nami Masuda – 66 DESIGN
Composer: Yuuki Ono – WONDROUS inc. / Chorus: CANTUS
Sound Mixer: Yuri Hasegawa
3DCG: Wataru Hanajima & Kanji Fukuta / Inferno: Hisashi Suzuki
Colorist: Motoi Tanaka
Photographer: Tokio Kuniyoshi -Shootinglife LLC.
Web Designer: Junji Suzuki
Costume Designer: Chihiro Yasuda
Deco Designer: Mio Shoji
Executive Producer: Mike DeMille
Producer: Jamie Holland & Pasha Alpeyev
Production manager: Ryousuke Haruta
Assistant director: Nobushige Suematsu
Written & Directed by: Yukihiro Shoda