Director — HARRYS
Production Company — Ways & Means :: ways-means.co
Executive Producer — Lana Kim
Executive Producer — Jett Steiger
Producer — Sonja Mereu
Director of Photography — Frank Mobilio
Steadicam — Jon Beattie
Gaffer — Lucas Pitassi
Key Grip — Zander Kroon
Production Manager — Ovidio Jimenez
Assistant Director — Ryan Lacen
Production Designer — Dominic Guidote
Production Designer — Jill Bencsits
Drone Operator - Matt Skuta
VFX - Kshitij Khanna at the Mill
Colorist - Mikey Rossiter at The Mill
Hello there, please meet Celsa, the only girl of Mount Madness Academy.
He had to have Celsa. But he had to get rid of all who had been there before him.
This is a college story about love, frustration, deception and revenge.
As for you ultra picky nerds, the video also features quite a few cameos from the French music scene. Can you spot any ?
Directed by Parachutes.
Darlin Celsa EP will be out end of may and comes with remixes courtesy of Tigersushi buddy DyE, edit prodigy Pilooski, synth pioneer Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith, and last but not least legendary Severed Heads !!
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“That’ll be Jack!”
The Boy Who Turned Yellow was created for Now Will You Listen!, an illustrated audio visual book of short horror stories and surreal poetry from musician/writer Mick Somerset Ward and Dean and Jarrod of I Monster. The collection was premiered as a live performance at the Lantern Theatre in Sheffield during the Sensoria Festival 2013.
Written and Read by Michael Somerset Ward
Directed and Animated by Gavin C Robinson
Animation Produced by Anna Odell
Music by Honer, Somerset Ward and Gosling
From Bob Schneider’s King Kong Vol. 1 EP :: Released Feb 10, 2015
Video shot/edited/directed by: Bob Schneider
One of the most unique animated shorts I’ve seen in a long time, with a gorgeous painterly design.
Director / Animator : Shunsuke Saito
Music : Noriaki Okamoto
Sound, Mixing : Kazutaka Someya
2D Background painting : Tatsuya Sasaki
2D Animation finishing : Haruka Sasaki
Logo design : Kiho Ito
12 min. 22 sec. / 2014
Story of a life form which wakes up in an unknown mysterious world. As he go deeper, he slowly understands what kind of place it is. The world seems beautiful, but it lacks what the real life has. He has to make a choice to stay or not.
I just discovered this amazing and unsettling short film by Ray Sullivan on Vimeo, and at first I actually hesitated to post it because it’s … disturbing. In some ways, it’s reminiscent of David Lynch’s weird classic “Eraserhead.” But with more realism and more goo.
Bereaved parents find a monstrous substitute for their dead son.
Directed by Ray Sullivan
Written by Garret Shanley
Based on the comic strip story & characters created by Gar Shanley & Cathal Duggan
Shot on location in Dublin, Ireland.
This is one of the most fun videos I have had the honor of working on, and was happy to be brought on to this project as a writer, director of photography and 3D animator. Here is the popular electronic music artist, Giraffage. The video chronicles the story of four dogs that long for benefits that a life as a human would bring them. Their wish is granted and their dreams seem to be fulfilled… until the reality sinks in that being a human isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.
Adam Avilla - Writer, Director, Animation
Ethan Indorf - Writer, Director of Photography, Animation
Tillman Frick - Producer
Edward Schmidt IV - Technical Director, Camera Operator
Cali Bondad - Camera Operator
Maya Messoriano - Wardrobe & Styling
Leaf River - AC
Studio provided by Sister Studios
Lighting from Six Gun
Baby Dog- Adam Avila
Business Dog Body/Angry Owner - Sam Miller
Business Executive - James Cotner
Business Hunk - Bud Johnston
Business Long boarder - Francisco Garcia Hristov
Cult Leader - Nicholas Koch
Food Dog Body- Edward Schmidt IV
Love Dog - Audra Woodward
Hippy Girl 1 - Michaela Thyberg
Hippy Girl 2 - Naomi Mansfield
Hippy Girl 3 - Nihal Öztek
Lover - Adrian Elliot
Stylish Woman - Paubi Widjaja
Skin Suit - Leaf River
This video was created from one hour of source footage shot from a bluff in San Diego the morning of Jan 21, 2014. I was interested in exploring the manipulation of water and to see how the movements and patterns from surfing interact. Watching surfing typically happens in one or two ways: in films/videos or in person standing on a pier, beach or bluff. In most surf films, the riders are so talented and the waves are so good it becomes an abstraction from the average viewer’s/surfer’s experience at an average break. On the other hand, watching in person can be very slow and depending on the swell there may be long stretches when nothing happens at all. This video is a playful attempt to split the difference and reveal just how much can actually happen in an hour in an otherwise nondescript surf spot with non professional riders. There are no CG elements, these are all real surfers and real waves with the time separating them removed. The video does not contain every wave that passed during the hour; I picked the best rides but otherwise tried to maintain chronology.
A sample of the source footage may be viewed here.
A look at the AE editing may be viewed here.
My blog post with additional info, text and images here.
The San Diego Studies is a series of short videos that collapse time to reveal otherwise unobservable rhythms and movement in San Diego. The project is supported my MOPA San Diego and the San Diego Foundation. For more information about this video please visit cysfilm.com and mopa.org
connect with me on Twitter: @cysfilm
Shot on a Canon C100 + Atomos Ninja in CLog, with a Canon EF 100-400 f/4.5 L lens at 24p. The post work was done in After Effects.
(Hat tip: Stanley Sea.)
You might have seen this one, but I hadn’t before this afternoon. Reggie Watts makes fun of TED Talks — or does he? — and ends up giving one of the best TED Talks ever.
Andy Kaufman would approve.