A short film for Tullamore Dew Irish Whiskey, created by Opperman Weiss and directed by Laurence Dunmore of RSA Films, features a beautifully haunting rendition of the Irish folk song “A Parting Glass.” via
The unofficial opening of British Christmas was made by John Lewis stores with their heart touching advertisement "The Bear & The Hare". When I first seen it I could not imagine that it was done by hands. Elliot Dear and Yves Geleyn of Blinkink were the duo charged by Adam & Eve DDB with bringing the ideas to life and you get a nice sense of the painstaking stop-motion process they went through over a period of several months. Guys proved that everything what was made by hand and heart has absolutely different impact on a viewer. Watch the movie and making of below.
Thanks goes "It's Nice That"
If you bought our latest DCMAG magazine you might recognise the maestro of black typography and graphic force London-based and Argentina-rased Aerosyn-Lex Mestrovic. We also featured his latest motion video "SCRIPTURA VITAE" on our interactive magazine pages.
"Mestrovic's latest venture is an ambitious three-part journey into the unknown that showcases Lex's haunting ritualistic calligraphy, alongside stunningly choreographed Japanese Butoh performances set to a score which features original music by the Grammy Nominated DIPLO. The film stars famed Japanese actress Miho Nikaido, best known for her role in the cult-classic and previously banned film Tokyo Decadence which was written and directed by lauded novelist Ryu Murakami. The effects in the film are visually striking, combining modern compositing with in-camera painting to devise something wholly unique." says Souris
Have you ever wondered how things are on Russian Motion Design scene? Alex Frukta with a support from Designcollector's editor Arseny Vesnin prepared a huge showreel that will blow up your mind and you will set a new record in watching video without breathing.
The Russian Motion Design reel was prepared for the FILMTERACTIVE Festival that happens on 25-26 of September 2013 in Lodz, Poland. Arseny Vesnin from Designcollector is going to speak about the hidden power of Russian artists and help to raise the bar of their recognition outside Russia.
A short film that explores how different people respond to the same piece of music, all captured from the point of view of a vinyl spinning on a record player. The film was created for “Hello, Again,” an initiative by The Lincoln Motor Company that asks filmmakers to reimagine the familiar into something fresh and new.
We are back from another amazing year at OFFF Festival that brought us a lot of new creative power, faces and joyousness. With no doubt, one of the most magical moments we lived at OFFF so far. Here you have the amazing Main Titles by From Form. http://vimeo.com/68024871
Concept, direction and screenplay Ashley Govers, Jurjen Versteeg and Wouter Keijzer Edit Wouter Keijzer Color correction and visual effects Jurjen Versteeg Set design Ashley Govers Music and sound design Ben Lukas Boysen Cello Performed by Cordula Grolle Recorded by Jochen Mader At Audionerve Drawings Jan-Maarten Nachtegeller Narrator Nick Smith Actor Caspari de Geus fromform.nl hecq.de partofsomething.nl
"In a culture immersed in technology, Instagram is reviving adventure, face to face community and real relationships. How can something so digital get people out from behind their devices and into the analog world?" http://instagramis.com/ Directed & Created in full by Paul Tellefsen Featuring Kyle Steed, Brenton Little & Allison Anderson.
Have you ever seen high diving giraffes? Now don't tell me you have not.
This extremely talented writer and director of animation films (3D and relief) finds his inspiration within his two passions, image and the animal world. In 2003, fresh out of school he directed 7Tonnes3, a short-film of a champion elephant trampoline jumper. He is with Paris-based Cube Creative, and this film is in celebration of their 10th anniversary.
Watch their Demo Reel on https://vimeo.com/42686714
One man. One job. But in the desert, nothing is simple. Presenting Desire, created in collaboration with Ridley Scott Associates - starring Golden Globe winner Damian Lewis, Shannyn Sossamon, Jordi Mollà, and featuring music by BRIT award winner Lana Del Rey. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eylRo0p1nq0&feature=youtu.be
Tell No One are Luke White and Remi Weekes. Their work collectively have been exhibited and screened in institutions big and small, around the world. From the Guggenheim Museum, New York to the British Film Institute, London. Nowness portal unveils their lates work "Umbrella"
Russian mapping masters from Sila Sveta did it again. This time it was a New Year visual fairy tale for kids "Good Deeds Fair" mapped on Victory Memorial in Moscow sponsored by monopolist bank (it's really strange when a customer in Russia can't stay with only a logo at the end and just be a sponsor but not a main hero dressed in corporate colours and a savior in this fairy tale).
"Paperman" is a short Oscar-nominated animation made in Disney. It tells a story about love and destiny in a retro-Gatsby style created by a group of just 12 artists and first-time director John Kahrs.
"Belgian studio Soon has made a promotional stop-motion video for Twixl media. The clip is an interesting watch because it is fully typographic and illustrated with chalk by Kelly De Ceuninck, and Pieter Vanhoutte. Additionally, it has been creatively directed by Jim Van Raemdonck, and typography and art direction by Lee Skinner." via Illusion Scene 360