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https://vimeo.com/channels/staffpicks/288692865 “The bloodmoon is watching over young bird-woman Crane who is preparing for a lust-harvesting ritual in the bar of Bird’s Nest. Father, ruler and lover Hawker...
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“The bloodmoon is watching over young bird-woman Crane who is preparing for a lust-harvesting ritual in the bar of Bird’s Nest. Father, ruler and lover Hawker puts pressure on her. If she fails, she must die. Crane is lost in a seductive neon-dance when a mysterious stranger enters and disturbs the ritual.
So begins the story of FJER initiating a poetic and freaky urban fantasy web series about emancipation and discovery of own sexuality.”

Director : Jeanette Nørgaard | Producer: Lorène Lescanne | Countries of production: Denmark | Year of production : 2017 | Production : Sønc Aps
With the support of: New Danish Screen, Den Vestdanske Filmpulje, ANIS

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Full credit list:
Director: Jeanette Nørgaard | Producer: Lorène Lescanne | Music: Jenny Rossander | Screenplay: Jeanette Nørgaard, Camilla Hübbe | Storyboard: Jeanette Nørgaard, Mads Juul | Voices: Jenny Rossander, Jonas Bjerre, Danica Curci, Lars Halvorsen | Background: Marie Jørgensen | Characters & Effects design: Jeanette Nørgaard | Project manager: Lorène Lescanne | Lead animator: Laura Büchert Schjødt | Animation: Pernille Kjær, Julie Baltzer, Julie Astrup, Jeanette Nørgaard | Color: Lorène Lescanne, Julie Baltzer | Compositing & Editing: Jeanette Nørgaard | Sound design & mix: Peter Albrechtsen | Dialogue editor: Lars Halvorsen | Assistent sound design: Mikkel Nielsen | Foley artist: Heikki Kossi | Foley mixer: Kari Vähäkuopus | Sound studio: Offscreen | Foley studio H5 film sound LTD | Production Company : Sønc Aps

Cast: Jeanette Nørgaard

Tags: Animation, scifi, urbanfantasy, 2d, nordicanime, anime, webseries, pilot and crane

https://vimeo.com/channels/staffpicks/290647239 Hydrophytes are futuristic aquatic plants created with multi-material 3D printing. They are part of a research project focussed on designing and choreographing movement through 4D printing....
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Hydrophytes are futuristic aquatic plants created with multi-material 3D printing. They are part of a research project focussed on designing and choreographing movement through 4D printing. The film is true to life with no effects created in post-production.

To see the extended credits version, visit vimeo.com/nicolehone/hydrophytes-4d-printing

Nicole’s portfolio: nicolehone.com

Featured on:
Designboom: designboom.com/design/tangible-animation-nicole-honehydrophytes-09-04-2018/
Colossal: thisiscolossal.com/2018/09/hydrophytes-by-nicole-hone/?source=blogsjustin.com

Cast: Nicole Hone

Tags: 4D printing, multi-material 3D printing, plants, movement, pneumatic, digital materials, Stratasys, Weta Workshop, Connex, PolyJet, MADE, School of Design 2018 and New Zealand Product Accelerator

https://vimeo.com/channels/staffpicks/219727723 Barbeque is the visceral journey about coping with post traumatic stress disorder, exploring and visualising feelings of shame and disembodiment. Awards Cristal for Graduation Films, Annecy,...
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Barbeque is the visceral journey about coping with post traumatic stress disorder, exploring and visualising feelings of shame and disembodiment.

Awards
Cristal for Graduation Films, Annecy, France
Grand Jury Price Short Animated Films, Premier Plans, Angers, France
Special Mention, Animated Dreams, Tallinn, Estonia
Shortlisted for British Animation Awards

Royal College of Art, 2017
Music Sarah Playford
Soundmix Adam Woodhams

Cast: Jenny Jokela

https://vimeo.com/channels/staffpicks/290556837 It was the greatest shootout in NBA history…but the players were not on the same court. "Do or Die" is this week's Staff Pick Premiere! Read...
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It was the greatest shootout in NBA history…but the players were not on the same court.

“Do or Die” is this week’s Staff Pick Premiere! Read more about it here: vimeo.com/blog/post/staff-pick-premiere-do-or-die

The 1977-78 NBA scoring title came down to the final day of the season. Heading into their last games, San Antonio’s silky-smooth forward George Gervin was averaging 26.8 points per game. High-flying Denver showman David Thompson was at 26.6. Thompson had the greatest game of his career, shattering Wilt Chamberlain’s record for most points in a quarter. When Gervin took the court later in the day, he knew that he had to respond with a masterpiece of his own—or else risk losing the crown.

Peabody-Award winning director Dan Klores (Crazy Love, Black Magic, Winning Time) collaborated with producer Chris Isenberg (Dock Ellis & the LSD No-No) and animator Andy Baker. The film uses interviews with Gervin, Thompson and others along with distinctive water-color driven animation to recreate action from two legendary games which left no surviving footage.

Dan Klores’ Basketball: A Love Story, a 20-hour documentary series, premieres Tuesday October 9th on ESPN.

Cast: Victory Journal

https://vimeo.com/channels/staffpicks/255170713 A film about an introvert and how his time alone makes him a better friend. In collaboration with Alain de Botton for The School Of Life....
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A film about an introvert and how his time alone makes him a better friend. In collaboration with Alain de Botton for The School Of Life.

Made by Tom Fisher and Catherine Prowse.

Additional model making and puppeteering by Lucy Bentley, Katie Browne, Katy Daft, Katy Haggerty-Marks, Daisy Moore, Anjuna Harper, Saskia Martindale, Hannah O’Brien, Keziah Philipps, Hannah Quinn, Lulu Senft and Nathan Ward.

Press:
Rod puppets in intricate felt sets profess The Need to Be Alone for Alain de Botton – ‘It’s Nice That’

Screenings:
Official Selection at The Smalls Film Festival 9th September 2018, United Kingdom.
Official Selection at SUNDAY SHORTS FILM FESTIVAL 10th June 2018, United Kingdom.

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Cast: Tom Fisher and Catherine Prowse

Tags: school of life, the school of life, puppet, animation, educational, dolls, party, illustration, filmmaker, set design and propmaking

https://vimeo.com/channels/staffpicks/288438943 The Great Indecision Council has several billions of members. The Great Indecision Council is honoured to share some bits of human knowledge with non-humans. The Great...
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The Great Indecision Council has several billions of members.
The Great Indecision Council is honoured to share some bits of human knowledge with non-humans.
The Great Indecision Council does not take any decision.

What do we say we’re interested in? What are we actually interested in? In the intimacy of our smartphone or computer, we secretly tell Google what we’d like to know about.
By fetching most looked up words from Google search and Google news in real time, and by bringing them to the public space through visual and sonic signals, visual artist Romain Tardy proposes to the visitors an involuntary self-portrait of our contemporary networked society.
The Great Indecision Council works exclusively with data from the country in which it holds the session, which is mixed with visual content and animations designed by the artist.

The Great Indecision Council takes the shape of a large scale, light and sound installation. A 20-meter circle in which the audience is invited to get immersed in light, words and mystic computer-generated chants, while being watched by potential observers — from far, far away.

Credits:

An installation by Romain Tardy

Music and sound design by Loran Delforge
Software programming: Hand Coded

WWW: romaintardy.com
FB: facebook.com/atelierromaintardy/
IG: @romain.tardy

Cast: Romain Tardy

https://vimeo.com/channels/staffpicks/289877327 Skin for Skin is a dark allegory of greed and spiritual reckoning set during the early days of the fur trade. In 1823, the Governor of...
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Skin for Skin is a dark allegory of greed and spiritual reckoning set during the early days of the fur trade. In 1823, the Governor of the largest fur-trading company in the world travels across his Dominion, extracting ever-greater riches from the winter bounty of animal furs. In his brutal world of profit and loss, animals are slaughtered to the brink of extinction until the balance of power shifts, and the forces of nature exact their own terrible price.

With nods to Melville and Coleridge, directors Kevin D.A. Kurytnik & Carol Beecher have created a visually stunning contemporary myth about the cost of arrogance and greed.

Cast: National Film Board of Canada

https://vimeo.com/channels/staffpicks/290434060 Pussy Have the Power is the song improvised by four girls in a recording studio. When an established music producer walks in, they face the choice...
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Pussy Have the Power is the song improvised by four girls in a recording studio. When an established music producer walks in, they face the choice of selling out their work to something that could lead to success, while they risk losing their own message.

Winner of Best Swedish Short award Gothenbourg International Film Festival jan 2014.

Cast: Lovisa Sirén

https://vimeo.com/channels/staffpicks/288135384 Beauty and the Bit is a world-renowned architectural communication firm and Landmark is our first serious animation short film. It is a Project made with...
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Beauty and the Bit is a world-renowned architectural communication firm and Landmark is our first serious animation short film.
It is a Project made with the intention of exploring other languages in architectural animation. It is our attempt to add emotional content, strong storytelling and art direction to it. We have tried to achieve a cinematographic experience to show that a solid narrative is not at odds with architecture films.
Landmark is not an architecture animation but an architecture movie.

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Cast: Beauty And The Bit

https://vimeo.com/channels/staffpicks/289879647 Neuroscientist Anil Seth explains how what we perceive isn’t an accurate reflection of a real, externally existing world. In fact, perception and hallucination are based on...
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Neuroscientist Anil Seth explains how what we perceive isn’t an accurate reflection of a real, externally existing world. In fact, perception and hallucination are based on similar processes—they are our brain’s interpretation of myriad inputs. His groundbreaking research provides fascinating insight into what this means for storytelling. 

Apply to attend the FoST Summit here: futureofstorytelling.org/summit/

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Cast: Future Of StoryTelling, Lazy Chief and Musicbed

Tags: Anil Seth, animation, dress challenge, neuroscience, the brain and science