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Friday Night Vimeo Jam: Tokyo in Reverse

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TOKYO REVERSE : a night of Slow TV on France 4 (FRENCH TV)
Written and directed by : SÅNDL : Simon Bouisson et Ludovic Zuili
WATCH THE TRAILER ? ow.ly
LIKE SÅNDL ? ow.ly DISCOVER SÅNDL ? sandl.fr
Original soundtrack director : Francesco Tristano
Produced by : Grégoire Olivereau
A coproduction : France Télévisions and EDEN

Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D., Issue #1 (June 1968)

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In honor of the debut of Captain America: The Winter Soldier, here’s a photo of one of the Lizard Collection’s most-prized possessions: issue #1 of Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D., with awesome psychedelic cover art by the great Jim Steranko, published in June 1968.

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Infinite Zooming Phenakistoscopes: The Hope of a Favourable Outcome

Persistence of vision
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A hypnotic infinite zoom music video created entirely from Victorian phenakistoscopes.

iTunes: itunes.apple.com

Video directed by The Brothers Lynch thebrotherslynch.com

The Hope Of A Favourable Outcome from the debut album ‘Hearts To Symphony’
Music produced and composed by Carly Paradis
carlyparadis.com
Choir: Voxcetera
voxcetera.co.uk
Mixed by Satoshi Mark Noguchi

The Brothers Lynch Representation:

Narrative Agent: Jack Thomas at Independent Talent Group
Music Video & Commercials: Currently seeking representation

Thanks to Leo Reynolds and NCSSMphotos for digitizing the public domain works used in this video.

Overnight Short Animation With Poetry: Common Room

The life that was mapped out for us
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The Common Room Animation Project is a collaboration between 13 animators, based on Talia Randall’s spoken-word poem ‘Common Room’. Each of the animators chose a segment of the poem that inspired them the most, and brought their own unique style, technique and interpretation to the poem.

Overnight Animated Short: Bibo, the Lonely Robot

Glory days
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It started as an idea about a lonely robot who sells ice cream. In order to survive in a severe reality he recreates an imaginary world where he lives every day, like he did during the best time of his life.

After several years of production and a one-year festival run we’re ready to present our first animated short film to you! Giant thanks to everybody who participated in the project for a fantastic work!

Special thanks to Alex Ambalov for awesome Compositing and Color Grading!
Alex Tulupov for music!
Marya Believskaya for sound design!

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