PIXELS by Patrick Jean from ONE MORE PRODUCTION on Vimeo.

New York invasion by 8-bits creatures !
PIXELS is Patrick Jean' latest short film, shot on location in New York.

Written, directed by : Patrick Jean
Director of Photograhy : Matias Boucard
SFX by Patrick Jean and guests
Produced by One More Production

www.onemoreprod.com

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«PIXELS» dirigida por Patrick Jean de One More Production. ¡Nos invaden los videojuegos!
http://www.onemoreproduction.com/

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«PIXELS» directed by Patrick Jean from One More Production. Video games invade us!
http://www.onemoreproduction.com/

SPIKE Reel 2011 by THE MARMALADE from schoenheitsfarm production on Vimeo.

Our groundbreaking High Speed Motion Control System 'Spike' brings the creative freedom of a moving camera to the world of high speed filming and so enables us to create shots that would be impossible to achieve otherwise.
'Spike' can freely move the camera with unparalleled speed and precision, thereby removing the previously existing creative limitation of having to shoot high speed sequences with a locked camera.

By marrying the hardware of a sturdy and reliable industrial robot to software that was built from the ground up for the demands of motion controlled high speed imaging, we developed a unique system for creating real life camera moves with the ease of use normally associated with 3D Animation.

Exactly repeatable camera moves can be created and modified within a matter of seconds. Using the rich previsualisation features of the system, creative options can be quickly explored on the computer screen and the resulting changes then immediately be performed for real. Additional effects can be triggered in sync with the move, allowing complex effect sequences to be performed.

And of course 'Spike' also is at home at slower speeds, producing dramatic product shots as well as stealthy perspective changes and breathing life into pack shots.

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«SPIKE Reel 2011 by THE MARMALADE» de Schoenheitsfarm Production. Lo que se puede hacer con una cámara automatizada.

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«SPIKE Reel 2011 by THE MARMALADE» from Schoenheitsfarm Production. What you can do with an automated camera.

Tim Knol - When I Am King (HD) from Submarine Channel on Vimeo.

Like the proud parents of a new-born child, we present you with the labor of love that is the video for When I Am King by Dutch indie rocker Tim Knol. The video was painstakingly put together by hotshot superbot Sverre Fredriksen who soldered ten tons (or thereabouts) of timber to create the images, and stop motion to animate them – averaging five hours of work per second shown. The clip was produced by our hot sister, YellowSubmarine, and we took the opp to create a ‘making of’ video, which you can see on http://2pause.submarinechannel.com (our homage to the art of music vids) along with this video and many many more.

Credits:
Director: Sverre Fredriksen (http://www.svrrmasjon.net)
Assistent director: Mireille de Koning
Assistants drawing/pyrography: Gözde Kırcıoğlu, Sylvie Flamand, Mustafa Kandaz, Tom van der Heiden
Additional audio intro/outtro: Bram Meindersma

Production co.: Yellow Submarine (http://www.yellowsubmarine.nl)
Producer: Ellen Hoffmann
Production manager: Olivia van Leeuwen, Anne Buiter
Production assistent: Marah Haan

Technical assistants: Maurice van der Bij, Per Sveinung Larsen, Tom van der Heiden, Zoltan Korai.

Manager Tim Knol: Matthijs van Duivenbode

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«Tim Knol - When I Am King» de Submarine Channel. “Tim Knol - Cuando Yo Soy Rey”
http://brandedcontent.submarine.nl/
http://brandedcontent.submarine.nl/sverre-fredriksen/

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«Tim Knol - When I Am King» from Submarine Channel.
http://brandedcontent.submarine.nl/
http://brandedcontent.submarine.nl/sverre-fredriksen/

Speed Of Light from Nexus on Vimeo.

The world's smallest all action police chase...

Directed By The Theory

The tiniest police chase ever seen, made using the world's smallest 'pocket video projectors'. Featuring an escaped convict, a determined cop and a fully armed police helicopter, Speed of Light takes 'projection mapping' to a whole new (and low) level.

Speed of Light was all projected and filmed FOR REAL - there's no CGI trickery.

- The car and helicopter are toys bought from a model shop filmed against greenscreen.
- As well as using the world's smallest projectors from MicroVision, we also partially filmed using the world's smallest HD camera.

And a Special thank you to Microvision for the projectors -
http://www.microvision.com/

http://www.thetheory.co.uk/

http://www.nexusproductions.com/directors/the-theory

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«Speed Of Light» de Nexus. Trabajo realizado con los video proyectores de bolsillo más pequeños del mundo y mucho talento.
nexusproductions.com/directors/the-theory  @nexuslondon
thetheory.co.uk/  @thetheoryUK

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«Speed Of Light» from Nexus. Work made with the world’s smallest pocket video projectors and a lot of talent.
nexusproductions.com/directors/the-theory  @nexuslondon
thetheory.co.uk/  @thetheoryUK

Speechless | Polar Bear Family from Richard Sidey on Vimeo.

A close encounter with a mother polar bear and her two cubs on the sea ice of the Arctic Ocean.

Speechless: Nature without music or narration.

Episode 09: A Polar Bear Family on the Arctic Ocean.
Location: Arctic Ocean.
Recorded on July 24th, 2012.

Speechless Series: https://vimeo.com/channels/speechlessnature
Facebook Blog: www.facebook.com/sideyman
Website Gallery: www.RichardSidey.com

Speechless Concept:
I want to share the experiences of visiting these remote locations of outstanding natural beauty by making this series of videos as real as possible.

So I've decided that maybe the best way to do this is strip down the video, with raw footage only, no music, no David Attenborough, no fancy editing and no touching up. As it was on the day.

And maybe, with no one telling you what to think and no music to stir the emotions, maybe it will be quite refreshing, and a lot more real?

From Wikipedia:
The polar bear (Ursus maritimus) is a bear native largely within the Arctic Circle encompassing the Arctic Ocean, its surrounding seas and surrounding land masses. It is the world's largest land carnivore and also the largest bear, together with the omnivorous Kodiak Bear, which is approximately the same size.[3] A boar (adult male) weighs around 350–680 kg (770–1,500 lb),[4] while a sow (adult female) is about half that size. Although it is closely related to the brown bear, it has evolved to occupy a narrower ecological niche, with many body characteristics adapted for cold temperatures, for moving across snow, ice, and open water, and for hunting the seals which make up most of its diet.[5] Although most polar bears are born on land, they spend most of their time at sea. Their scientific name means "maritime bear", and derives from this fact. Polar bears can hunt their preferred food of seals from the edge of sea ice, often living off fat reserves when no sea ice is present.
The polar bear is classified as a vulnerable species, with eight of the nineteen polar bear subpopulations in decline.[6] For decades, large scale hunting raised international concern for the future of the species but populations rebounded after controls and quotas began to take effect.[citation needed] For thousands of years, the polar bear has been a key figure in the material, spiritual, and cultural life of Arctic indigenous peoples, and polar bears remain important in their cultures.

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«Speechless - Polar Bear Family» de Richard Sidey. “Sin Palabras - Una familia de Osos Polares”. Otra especie amenazada por el hombre.
@RichardSidey

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«Speechless - Polar Bear Family» from Richard Sidey. Another species threatened by the mankind.
@RichardSidey

NaturaHD Films · Reel 2012 from NaturaHD Films on Vimeo.

Short piece featuring some of the shots of the last months.
Filmed on locations all over Spain.

Photography and edition: Alberto Saiz & Nacho Ruiz.
Music: Jon Hopkins.
Special thanks to Taller de Fieras.

info@naturahd.com

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«NaturaHD Films - Reel 2012» de NaturaHD Films. Un bello e impresionante trabajo artístico.

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«NaturaHD Films - Reel 2012» from NaturaHD Films. A beautiful and awesome work of art.

Tobias Hutzler - BALANCE from Tobias Hutzler on Vimeo.

"Balance" is a short film by photographer/director Tobias Hutzler, inspired by Rigolo Swiss Nouveau Cirque artist Maedir Eugster. Produced by James Jolly of Prime Pictures. Executive producer: Brent Langton of B2Pro. Editor: Sam Maliszewski of Bunker Media. 1st assistant camera: Corey Jenkins. 2nd assistant camera: Patrick Racheff. Gaffer: Jared Roessler. DIT: Chris Davis. Shot at Parlay Studios. Special thanks to Cameron Zonfrilli, John Welsh III, Adam Himber, Brian Patierno, Lisa Yang, and Spiegelworld.

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«Tobias Hutzler - BALANCE» de Tobias Hutzler. “Equilibrio” o mejor dicho “Harmonía”.

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«Tobias Hutzler - BALANCE» from Tobias Hutzler. “Equilibrium” or better said “Harmony”.

Exoids from Gnomon School of Visual Effects on Vimeo.

Exoids follows the octane-fueled adventures of the nomadic desert slug Gus Nitrous on his search for precious water. The story takes a dangerous turn as Gus ventures into the Exoids-occupied city of Los Angeles, culminating in a high-speed desert car chase that ends with an epic showdown.

Exoids was created at Gnomon Studios, the original content creation wing at the Gnomon School of Visual Effects. Gnomon Studios prepares advanced Gnomon students for their professional careers by giving them the opportunity to work on projects in a studio environment under the guidance of actual production professionals. Through projects like Exoids, Gnomon students are able to take on various roles of a production team in a studio environment, thus coming away with an advanced form of training and experience to leverage when pursuing opportunities in the entertainment art and visual effects industries.

See more work from Gnomon Studios at http://www.gnomonstudios.com.

Writer and Director: Aristomenis Tsirbas
Producers: Alex Alvarez, Darrin Krumweide and Aristomenis Tsirbas
Music: Truceline
Gus Nitrous Voice: Robert Nelms
VFX Supervisor: Aristomenis Tsirbas
CG Supervisor: Vito Birardi
VFX Coordinator: Ashley Woodworth
Concept Design: Neville Page, Jia Le Zhang, Charles Boston, Nathan Healy, Ousmane Dop, Kelton Cram, Ismael Salcedo, Travis Bourbeau
Sound Design: Santiago Gonzalez Cortes
Main Title Design: Eric Carl
Organic Model and Texture Team: Neville Page, Mark DeDecker, Padhia Avocado, Nuttavut Baiphowongse, Tony Tang
Model and Texture: Hunt Dougherty, Diego Gonzalez, Ethan Ayer, Iordanis Kioumourtzoglou, Joy Lea, Hartwell Durfor, Richard Daniels, Marco Amador, Martin Smith
Animators: Javier Zumaeta, Adam Nixon, Tom Heyerman, Heejin Kim
Riggers: Ken Chiang, Diego Gonzalez, Adam Nixon, Pedro Bellini, Harvinder Grewal
Visual Effects: Daniele Volpe, Adedunmola Olanrewaju, Shahin Badiei, Tom Heyerman, George Liu
Matte Painting: Sonja Christoph, Charles Boston
Compositing: Shahin Badiei, Aristomenis Tsirbas

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«Exoids» de Gnomon School of Visual Effects. El trabajo de una escuela de efectos visuales de Hollywood.
@Gnomon_School
http://www.gnomonschool.com

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«Exoids» from Gnomon School of Visual Effects. The work of a visual effects school from Hollywood.
@Gnomon_School
http://www.gnomonschool.com

Revolution ( Life Cycle of a Drop of Water). from Chris Turner on Vimeo.

The video depicts the revolutionary nature of the life cycle of a droplet of water and it's cyclical journey. The project was a three-fold collaboration between myself, Helen Friel and Jess Deacon. From the original idea, through the creative development and process, our individual skill sets enabled the project to spring to life.

A film by Chris Turner, Helen Friel and Jess Deacon
Photography - Chris Turner: www.christurnerphotography.co.uk
Paper Engineer - Helen Friel: www.helenfriel.com
Animation - Jess Deacon: http://cargocollective.com/jessdeacon

Post Production - Neil Cunningham
Music and Sound - Joe Shetcliffe

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«Revolution (Life Cycle of a Drop of Water)» de Chris Turner, Helen Friel and Jess Deacon.
"Revolución (Ciclo de vida de una gota de agua)".
christurnerphotography.co.uk @helenfriel cargocollective.com/jessdeacon

El agua, un bien escaso para mucha gente.


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«Revolution (Life Cycle of a Drop of Water)» from Chris Turner, Helen Friel and Jess Deacon.
christurnerphotography.co.uk @helenfriel cargocollective.com/jessdeacon

The water, a scarce commodity for a lot of people.

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A Carl Sagan Tribute - Pale Blue Dot from Daniel Filho on Vimeo.

The images I used on this movie are from NASA - The Gateway To Astronaut Photography of Earth -- http://eol.jsc.nasa.gov/Videos/CrewEarthObservationsVideos/

The words are spoken by Carl Sagan -- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carl_Sagan --, from the book Pale Blue Dot -- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pale_Blue_Dot_(book)

I hope you enjoy as much as I do.

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«A Carl Sagan Tribute - Pale Blue Dot» de Daniel Filho. “Un tributo a Carl Sagan - Pálido Punto Azul”. Con imágenes de la Nasa y la voz de Carl Sagan.

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«A Carl Sagan Tribute - Pale Blue Dot» from Daniel Filho. With NASA images and Carl Sagan’s voice.


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