Without a home. Eros is lonely and contemplating drastic measures.
Directed and produced by What! Graphics Studios and Epicity Pictures.
Official Selection ‘Art by Chance’ 2012
Winner Founders’ Choice Award ‘Queens World Film Festival’ 2013
“Lonely Eros, is a very short film, so there’s no time for expectations, and it’s kind of funny in a bizarro world. ” - Queensbuzz.com
Please go to the Kickstarter project page and help support a longer version of this short film
I shot this film over 4 trips to NYC 2011-2012. The time-lapse sequences you see here were made (mostly) from hundreds of thousands of still images. A Canon 7D and T3i were the main cameras, with backup from a couple of older Nikon Coolpix 5000 point and shooters. A few clips are sped-up video.
A continuous loop created for loopdeloop.org. Each month, animators from around the world create looping animations based on a given topic. This month was Topic was Sports. On the last Tuesday of the month all of the posted loops are compiled and screened to a live audience at Loop in Melbourne, Australia.
Music by myself (c) 2013
All imagery recorded from the Nokia 3D Maps (here.com). All movements handmade. Look pimped in FCP7.
This is a personal project, there is no commercial use.
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I stumbled upon this awesome service a couple of months ago and I was really impressed. Unfortunately my graphic card (GT8800) was not powerful enough to realize my idea. I tested a lot of screen recorders, but all of them throttled the fps of the footages and the results were always too jerky at 720p…:(
Meanwhile I had to upgrade my card (for another reason) (HD5770) and I tested it again - and it worked much better! :)
Pieza realizada por Paramotion Films.
Produced by Paramotion Films.
Jose Luis Farias
Los fondos fueron fotografiados con la Canon 50D.
Los movimientos de cámara se hicieron en stop motion con un travelling paso a paso.
El robot se creó con 3D Studio Max y la integración con After Effects.
The backgrounds were photographed with Canon 50D.
All the camera movements and travellings were made in stop motion.
The robot was elaborated with 3D Studio Max and the integration with After Effects.
Morocco is a country that awakens in the photographer a desire for adventure.
From the green mountains of the northern Rif to the arid and warm desert of Erg Chebbi, Morocco offers endless opportunities to get those fantastic images that we have always dreamed of.
This trip to Morocco was certainly one of the most rewarding and enriching I have done so far, both for traveling alone and for the magnificent results that I have achieved. I have to say that I was very lucky with the weather and the people who kindly helped me throughout my stay.
And it was also very important the formidable equipment I have used: DSLR Sony A99 and Sony FS700, lent by Sony Spain, and Xlidercam-M, lent by kietacam.com. Therefore I would like to express my deepest gratitude to Javier Agueda, Jose Hernandez and Belen Arronte.
More info in my blog: enriquepacheco.com/category/blog
Come with us to Morocco! enriquepacheco.com/motion-pictures-workshop-in-morocco
During the winter season in Tokyo, two disillusioned models fall in love. When their stay extends, the relationship combusts.
Winner of the Special Jury Prize at Japan’s Pia Film Festival.
Written and directed by James McFay.
Cinematography/production by Sean Walker.
With Rachel Blais and James McFay.
Sound by Rin Takada.
Focus by Gen Ito.
Also starring Pierre Olivier-Beaudoin, Rebecca Victoria, Rory Stewart and Beata Vildzeviciute.
With a soundtrack featuring Steve Roach, College, DVAS, Cassian and Beaufort.
For the music video made up of outtakes and short ends, go here: vimeo.com/13197816
For full credits, or to buy this movie on a 2-disc set, with an entirely new soundtrack inspired by the film and composed by Beaufort, model interviews, deleted scenes, rehearsal footage and a short film, go to beaufort.asia.
For music, films and even a book of short stories by Beaufort, go to beaufort.asia.
NB: If you’re having trouble with the 1080p, or want to watch it without subtitles, go to youtube.com/watch?v=OMSvimkpZZU and choose a smaller resolution.
The BAFTA winning debut film from AKA Director Marc Craste - JO JO IN THE STARS is a 12 minute story of love, self-sacrifice, and jealousy played out against a black and white world that is both nightmarish and hauntingly beautiful.
Director Marc Craste
Producer Sue Goffe
Produced by Studio AKA
BAFTA 2004 Winner, Best Short Animated Film
Cartoon D’or 2005 Winner of Cartoon D’Or 2005
Clermont Ferrand 2004 2004 Best Short Animated film
Sicaf 2004 2004 Short Film Grand Prize
Bradford Animation Festival 2004 Grand Prix
Brief Encounters - Bristol 2004 Best of British
Aspen Shortsfest 2004 Special Jury Prize
IFCT 2007 Award for Most Innovative Animation