Kosmonauta from Mirjam Veske on Vimeo.

Kosmonauta is a visualization of an actual sound clip from a female cosmonaut in distress. The signal was picked up on a soviet space frequency in 1962 and gave rise to the theory of the (lost) first female cosmonaut.

This project was made by Mirjam Veske (Production Designer) and Nils Eilif Bremdal (Cinematographer). After finishing their exam films at the Norwegian Film School they teamed up for this final project before graduating from the film school. They worked as a Production Designer and Cinematographer, but made all directorial decisions together all through the production process. Accompanied by Thomas Grotmol (Editor) and Vegard Soldal (Sound Designer) and fellow students and friends, the film has been a great collaborative experience.

If you want to see stills from behind the scenes, go to flickr.com/photos/52410795@N07/14184763815

Music by Ólafur Arnalds - “Out To Sea”


Douce Menace from margaux vaxelaire on Vimeo.

This is my Graduation Movie made at Supinfocom Arles in 2011.
It was a team project and for the need of the movie made in 3D stereoscopic we were 5 members to work on it:
Ludovic Habas, Mickael Krebs, Florent Rousseau, Yoan Sender and myself Margaux Vaxelaire

On this movie I took care of:
- the pre - production researches as the locations for the movie, the monuments we can use…
- the modelling of the Grand Palais and his wood exhibition
- the props modelling as the cloths of all the secondary characters, the accessories
-some props modelling of the town, the velibs etc…
-the layout of the exhibition of the Grand Palais
-the layout of a plan of a street near Notre Dame
-The VFX of a plan near Notre Dame as the impacts and cars deformations, explosion fo the windscreen, animation of the trees and leaves
-The VFX of the lasts parts of Notre Dame destruction : re-modelling, destruction , animation, simulation/particles and fumeFX
-all the contacts with the composer
-a part the sound effects work


Harley from Tom Teller on Vimeo.

Harley is the short film I created for my Intermediate Production class at the Dodge College of Film and Media Arts. I’ve poured more than 200 hours into this project and couldn’t be happier with how it turned out. It was a blast creating this short all the way from conceptualization to the final screening, thank you so much to everyone who helped me make this a reality. Enjoy!

Facebook Page: facebook.com/TellerDigital
Youtube Version: youtube.com/watch?v=4-ENd7SEH5w

© 2013 Tom Teller | TellerDigital.com


Damned from Richard Phelan on Vimeo.

2011 Graduation film from the National Film and Television School.

An over-ambitious beaver goes too far when he gets the chance to realise his ultimate dream. Some dreams are just too big.

The Childrens Audience Award - Fest Anca Slovakia 2013
Special Mention Award - ‘No Time Left’ Short Film Festival 2013
Best Foreign Student Film, China (Changzhou) International Animation Arts Festival 2012
Best Postgraduate Animation, Royal Television Society Awards 2012
Grand Prix, Kiki Tabor International Short Film Festival 2012
Commended, Animated Exeter 2012
Anima Mundi on the Road Award, Anima Mundi International Film Festival 2012
Honourable Mention, Vila do Conde Film Festival 2011


'Sarah & Duck' Series Launch Trailer from Karrot Animation on Vimeo.

A taster of the brand new pre-school animated series ‘Sarah & Duck’ from Karrot Entertainment.

7 minute episodes premiere weekdays on CBeebies UK from 18TH FEBRUARY 2013 at 4PM!

Follow the show on Facebook - facebook.com/sarahandduck and Twitter - twitter.com/Sarah_and_Duck

Distributed by BBC Worldwide - International premieres will follow soon… ‘Sarah & Duck’ is created by Sarah Gomes Harris and Tim O’Sullivan. Copyright Karrot Entertainment 2013.


Dear Reader - Took Them Away (Official Video) from Rob Savage on Vimeo.


"A video that will stay with you long after you’ve watched it." - The 405
“Haunting and emotionally intense.” - Promo News
“The irascible, suspenseful song from the album “Rivonia” could hardly be better illustrated” - Rolling Stone

Nominated: Best Music Video at the Smalls Film Festival 2013
Featured at Adam Buxton’s BUG 39 show at the BFI Southbank

Director: Rob Savage
Producer: Ben Burdock
Director of Photography: David Mackie
Editor: Riccardo Servini
Production Coordinator: Genia Sophie Krassnig
1st AD: Mark Lacey
2nd AD: Gui Oliveira
3rd AD: Char Hill
Focus Puller: Brad Larner
Camera Assistant: James Chegwyn
DIT: Riccardo Servini
Gaffers: Alex Smith, Kit Mackenzie
Grip: Paul Hymns
Sparks: Hugh Donnelly, Sam Fahy, Raoul Schoisengeier, Christopher Christmas Starky
Production Designer: Niina Topp
Art Director: Katie MacGregor
Art Director’s Assistant: Samantha Sheldrake
Art Department Assistant: April Ibinceanu
Wardrobe Stylist: Charlotte Young
Make Up Artist: Charlotte Kraftman
VFX Supervisors: Brad Wood, Dougie Haynes
Colourist: James Drew
Runners: Kenn Kalvik, Will Entwistle, Stephanie Dewhirst, Alex Sedgley

Label: City Slang

Thanks: The Mill, Panavision, Panalux and Westminster University


Box from Bot & Dolly on Vimeo.

Box explores the synthesis of real and digital space through projection-mapping onto moving surfaces. The short film documents a live performance, captured entirely in camera. botndolly.com/box

Production Company: BOT & DOLLY
Executive Producers: Bill Galusha, Nick Read
Creative & Technical Director: Tarik Abdel-Gawad
Design Director: Bradley G Munkowitz
Lead Graphic Designers: Bradley G Munkowitz, Jason English Kerr
3D Artists: Scott Pagano, Bradley G Munkowitz, Jason English Kerr, Conor Grebel
2D Animators: Conor Grebel, Ben Hawkins, Pedro Figueira
Director of Photography: Joe Picard
Lighting Designers: Joe Picard, Phil Reyneri
Projection / TouchDesigner: Phil Reyneri
Robotics Animation: Tarik Abdel-Gawad, Brandon Kruysman, George Banks, Michael Beardsworth
Robotics Operator: Michael Beardsworth, Brandon Kruysman
Prop Fabrication: Matt Bitterman, Ethan Dale
Script Supervisor: Ian Colon
Sound Engineers: Joe Picard, Michael Beardsworth
PAs: Sean Servis, Dakota Smith, Nico Mizono, Eric Wendel, Patrick Walsh
Editors: Ashley Rodholm, Ian Colon
Music / Sound Design: Keith Ruggiero
Sound Mix: Joel Raabe
Performers: Tarik Abdel-Gawad, Iris, Scout


From the future with love from Precinct 114 on Vimeo.

A movie Written and Directed by K-MICHEL PARANDI

Producers: James Lawler & K-Michel Parandi
Executive Producer: Virgil Price
Co-Executive Producer: Lauren Beck

Production Design & Concept Artist: Ben Mauro - Design art work: K-Michel Parandi & Ben Mauro - Costume Production Design: Julien Richard
Dialogue: K-Michel Parandi & Jack Coulton
Music and Sound Design: Pascal Bonifay (AOC/BOC)

First Assistant Director: Etan Harwayne-Gidansky
Second Assistant Director: Ramde Serolf
Assistant Producer: Paul Jarret
Unit Production Manager: Adam Benlifer

Production Coordinator: Dann Ramirez
Director’s Assistant: Louis Papaloizou

Director Of Photography: Ray Flynn

Cast: Max Kaminsky NYPC: Justin Campbell - Parker: NYPC Chris Beetem - Bodyjacker: Nathan Owen - Young NYPC cop: Tommy Walker - NYPC hungry cop: Mike Falcon / Waitress: Kim Allen - Rami: Roberto Lopez
Thief: Louis Paploizou - MPF Narc: Toby Wilson

Camera Operators: K-Michel Parandi & Ray Flynn
First Assistant Camera: Violetta D’Agata
Second Assistant Camera: Christopher Bye
DIT: Drew Ravani & Stephen Dirkes
Aerial Photography: Marcin Nadolni & Toby Wilson

Steadicam: Amar Ioudarene
Editing Assistants: Max Smith & Tom Klane
Sound Design: Pascal Bonifay & Fabrice Smadja
Audio: AOC/BOC (M. Letaconnoux - S. Weinberg - L. Jokiel - B Mora - M. Singer)
Voice Talents: Kate Clark - Billy-Bob Thompson- Roberto Serrini - Kim Bonifay - Mia Bonifay

Storyboard: Andrew Wendel
Art Dept: Nick Tong - Brian Rzepka - Nola Denett - Nicole Eure
Wardrobe: Marina Lelchuk

VFX by Hectic Electric Amsterdam
VFX Producers: Mark Kubbinga & Patty Veestra
VFX Supervisor: Robbert Lubken
Post Production Services by Moon Dog Edit - New York, in Association with Violet Creative
Colorist: Blasé Theodore
Gaffer: Raina Oberlin

Best Boy Electric: Matt Kessler
Second Electric: Noah Chamis
Third Electric: Brendon Swift
Forth Electric: Albert Phaneuf
Driver / Swing: Rebekka Bjornosdottir
G&E Intern: Deanna Covello - Jack Buckley
Key Grip: Stratton Bailey
Best Boy Grip: Will Gottlieb
Third Grip: Adam Barbay
Forth Grip: Matt Garland
Rig Gaffer: David Duktus

Sound Department: Brian Flood - Oliver Rush

Stunt Coordinator: Roberto Lopez
Stunts: Luciano Acuna - Kenny Wong

Associate Producer: Ray Flynn

Production Assistants: Anthony Salvatori - Curtis Yarlborough - Victor Trejo - Christopher Duchene - Pierre Tissot - Grady Daub - Chelsea Moore - Angel Martinez - Ben Budde - Aldo Rodriguez - Chris Gautsh - Benjamin Budd - Angel Paredes

Drivers & Production Assistants: Patrick Chen - Mikhail Chernikov - Stewart Resmer - Alexander Bragg - Stephen Mitchell - Aido Rodriguez - Ryan Hawk

Still Photographer: Simon Briand

Special Thanks To: Channing Tatum - Reid Carolin - Sandy Morhouse - Rory Haines - Sohrab Noshirvani - Micah Sherman - Hoke Hokansen - Jill McDermid - Rafael Childress - Jon Darman - Brian Zingale - Remi Liebert

Director’s cut. April 2013.




This curious little green alga, referred to as Mermaid’s Wineglass (Acetabularia acetabulum), grows in clusters on rocks or shells covered with sand in sheltered parts of rocky coasts within its range. Although it grows to 3 cm, it consists of just one cell.


This curious little green alga, referred to as Mermaid’s Wineglass (Acetabularia acetabulum), grows in clusters on rocks or shells covered with sand in sheltered parts of rocky coasts within its range. Although it grows to 3 cm, it consists of just one cell.

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