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10:21 min 25. November 2012

HEAD OVER HEELS

a narrative film in no language

www.headoverheels.tv

"Of the animated shorts, [Head Over Heels is] the cleverest."
-Stephen Holden, The New York Times

"The attention to detail is staggering, particularly for a stop-motion animated movie... There may be an impressive crop of animated shorts this year, but Head Over Heels is the most fully realized of the whole bunch. Flawless."
-William Bibbiani, CraveOnline.com

"This beautifully animated film is also a wonderfully unique story... Both whimsical and deeply felt... Simply extraordinary."
-Richard Propes, theindependentcritic.com

"The true charmer of the screening... The understated nature of the central couple's struggle calls for repeat viewing."
-Ben Mitchell, skwigly.co.uk

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02:08 min 9. February 2008

Teeth - short film

a narrative film in no language

Directed by John Kennedy & Ruairí O'Brien.
Produced by Divamedia in association with the Irish Film Board.
Music by Giles Packham.
Edited by Phillip Cullen.
Shot on location in Glendalough Co Wicklow.
Post production Windmill Lane Dublin.
also available at http://www.youtube.com/user/Shortz

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04:24 min 6. December 2010

Meet Buck

a narrative film in no language

Check out our other short : http://vimeo.com/15126262
And our collective's website : http://steakanimation.com !

Buck is an ordinary guy. Well, if you accept the "deer head" thing.
Today, Buck is going to spend the afternoon with his girlfriend who's so happy to see him (she's pretty much happy all the time). But when Buck finds out that her father is not the tolerant and sympathetic guy he expected, the Sunday afternoon turns really bad. Really bad. Like baaaaaaad bad.

Buck est un jeune ordinaire. Enfin...si on exclut sa tête de cerf.
Et aujourd'hui, Buck compte bien passer son Dimanche après-midi avec sa petite-amie qui est super contente de le voir, comme toujours. Mais quand Buck découvre que son futur beau-papa n'est pas si sympathique et tolérant que sa fille, l'après-midi va tourner au drame.

Réalisé Par/Directed By :

Denis Bouyer
rigamix@gmail.com

Yann De Preval
yann_de_preval@hotmail.com

Vincent E Sousa
vinz.esousa@gmail.com
(Rigging reel : vimeo.com/​13957690)

Laurent Monneron
laurent.monneron@gmail.com

Sound Design/Mix : Julien Begault
julien.begault@gmail.com
www.julienbegault.com

Music : Yannis Dumoutiers and Mickaël Védrine
http://www.yannisdumoutiers.com

We would like to thank everyone who helped us !

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02:30 min 28. February 2013

On How To Feel Better

a lecture in no language

Please follow these steps and you will be okay.

Music by Parachutes.

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02:13 min 10. October 2014

Forever Light

a narrative film in no language

A woman is woken up in the middle of the night by the disturbing sounds of her horse. The desperate animal’s cries, which appear to be coming from the barn, compel her to investigate.

Dark Tales website
www.darktalestv.com

Facebook
https://www.facebook.com/darktalestv?ref=hl

Twitter
https://twitter.com/DarkTalesTV

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01:26 min 18. November 2014

Red: A Kubrick Supercut

a documentary in no language

A supercut examining Stanley Kubrick's use of the color red.

I have always been fascinated by color as a form of non-verbal communication. Color has a profound and powerful psychological effect on us and it makes the perfect tool for providing subtext in film—as well as supporting a certain theme or providing the right mood.

Kubrick has always used red to great effect—not only for atmosphere but for the fact that the various meanings ascribed to red echo many of the themes in his films.

Red’s many meanings include: death, blood, danger, anger, energy, war, strength, power, determination…but also passion, desire, love, and sex. All prominent themes in Kubrick’s work. But more importantly the very dualistic nature of red (the fact that it can mean anger but also love) plays right into the grand “Jungian" theme in all of Kubrick’s work which is this notion of Duality: sex and violence, birth and death, war and peace, fear and desire...

In the end my motivation to make this piece was simply to contribute to the growing collection of deconstruction surrounding Kubrick's work found on the web and to inspire people to revisit or discover his catalog of films and to think more critically about color in film.

Edited by Rishi Kaneria (@rishikaneria).
Music from Beethoven's Symphony No. 9.

Footage from:
Spartacus
2001: A Space Odyssey
A Clockwork Orange
Barry Lyndon
The Shining
Full Metal Jacket
Eyes Wide Shut

SPECIAL THANKS TO THE FOLLOWING FINE BLOGS FOR FEATURING THIS VIDEO:

CAPSUS.TV
http://capsus.tv/video/1534/Red-A-Kubrick-Supercut/

SLASH FILMS
http://www.slashfilm.com/page-2-994/4/

THE CREATORS PROJECT
http://thecreatorsproject.vice.com/blog/supercut-reveals-kubricks-love-of-red

SLATE
http://www.slate.com/blogs/browbeat/2014/11/19/stanley_kubrick_red_supercut_highlights_how_the_director_used_his_favorite.html

GIZMODO
http://sploid.gizmodo.com/supercut-how-stanley-kubrick-uses-the-color-red-to-giv-1660681589

THE CURIOUS BRAIN
http://thecuriousbrain.com/?p=55166

LAUGHING SQUID
http://laughingsquid.com/a-supercut-that-explores-the-use-of-the-color-red-in-stanley-kubrick-films/

DEVOUR
http://devour.com/video/red-a-kubrick-supercut/

THE VERGE
http://www.theverge.com/tldr/2014/11/19/7250901/watch-stanley-kubricks-use-of-the-color-red-over-the-years

DARING FIREBALL
http://daringfireball.net/linked/2014/11/19/red

OPEN CULTURE
http://www.openculture.com/2014/11/stanley-kubricks-obsession-with-the-color-red-a-supercut.html

FILMMAKER MAGAZINE
http://filmmakermagazine.com/88392-kubrick-sees-red-a-supercut-on-the-directors-love-of-the-color/#.VG1gO1fF_4I

FAST COMPANY CO.DESIGN
http://www.fastcodesign.com/3038802/stanley-kubrick-loved-the-color-red-supercut

INDIEWIRE
http://blogs.indiewire.com/thompsononhollywood/watch-stanley-kubrick-supercut-shows-his-obsession-with-the-color-red-20141120

BUZZFEED
http://www.buzzfeed.com/alanwhite/heres-a-really-cool-video-about-stanley-kubricks-use-of-the

A.V.CLUB
http://www.avclub.com/article/supercut-proves-just-how-much-stanley-kubrick-love-212155

MOVIEPILOT
http://moviepilot.com/posts/2014/11/21/exquisite-kubrick-supercut-proves-how-important-his-favorite-color-was-2452803?lt_source=external,manual

THE PLAYLIST:
http://blogs.indiewire.com/theplaylist/watch-stanley-kubrick-supercut-explores-the-directors-use-of-red-20141121

FUBIZ:
http://www.fubiz.net/2014/11/24/the-red-by-stanley-kubrick/

WIRED ITALY:
http://www.wired.it/tv/red-stanley-kubrick-lossessione-per-colore-rosso/

YAHOO MOVIES:
https://www.yahoo.com/movies/watch-stanley-kubricks-thrilling-use-of-the-color-104160668772.html

EDGAR WRIGHT (via Twitter)
https://twitter.com/edgarwright/status/535916280134762496

LEE UNKRICH (via Twitter)
https://twitter.com/leeunkrich/status/535283407270334465

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03:20 min 4. August 2014

Happy New Year - Short Animation

a narrative film in no language

Nowadays, each household has machines that help: microwaves, toasters, washing machines, etc.
We all need them, but do they need us?
Animated movie, made as third year project at Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, Jerusalem.

By Alexii Muftoll and Yael Givon

Christmas tree by Jeremy Birn

www.muftoll.com
www.yaelgivon.com/

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20:25 min 14. May 2012

Body Language

a narrative film in no language

http://www.facebook.com/Body.Language.Shortfilm
http://en.unifrance.org/movie/34688/body-language
"The language of Love is such a sweet music that lyrics are not so demanded."
Maxine and Sasha come together. They are so attracted to each other. Their relationship could be a nice story, but the presence of a not very convenient Indian and a ballerina mess things up. A lot!

Festival Eurydice - France 2012 - Jury Award
Imaginaria Film Festival 2013 - Italy
Festival International de Cine Puebla - Mexico 2012
Film Leben Festival - Germany 2012
Les Clayes du Cinéma 2013 - France
Short Film Corner - Cannes 2012

Cast : Amélie Glenn, Simon Dusart, Sam Hilali, Johanna Gachet, Sylvie Baur, Manon Leloup, Cedric Denuwelaere, Benjamin Ward
Directed by Jonathan Rio
Screenwriter : Sophie Robert
Music Composer : Marc Bour
Director of Photography : Jérémy Lepelley
Assistant Operator : Colas Besnard, Benjamin Morel
Assistant Director : Philippe Blanpain, Corentin Romagny
Sound Recordist : Mathias Léone, Pierre Warin
Sound Editor : Yannick Delmaire
Steadicamer : Vladimir Peeters
Editor : Jonathan Rio
Continuity supervisor : Manon Alirol
Production Designer : Diane Dekerle, David Mauqui, Loretta Karpinski
Costume Designer : Laura Yoro
Special Effects : Victoria Jardine , Nicolas Deprez, Benoît Leleu
Sound Mixer : Yannick Delmaire
Grip : Jérémie Vallon, Maxime Ziadi, Stéphane Dekeyser
Key light : David Wotjokoviak, Aurore Leduc, Marie Kalfon
Make up : Charley Collier
FX make up : Arteïde
Logistics : Cyrielle Lava, François Kielbasa, Alice Even, Pierrick Chopin
Producers : Nicolas Deprost and Julien Krizek for Whac Media & Pictanovo

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01:41 min 8. March 2011

One Minute Puberty

a narrative film in no language

written & animated by alexander gellner
track and sound design niklas a kröger

poem by Johannesson James Maratown
YOUR LIFE IS ON FIRE
NO CLOUD MAY HARM YOU IN THE HEAVENS YOU ARE IN.
NO FROST MAY BURN YOUR HARVEST THAT YOU HAVE NOT BROUGHT IN.
NO RAT CAN BITE YOU, IN THE DEEPEST OF ALL SLEEPS.
THE FIRE IS INSIDE OF YOU.
TRUELY, THE FIRE INSIDE OF YOU!

:)

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11:30 min 5. June 2013

Death and the Robot

a narrative film in no language

https://www.facebook.com/DeathAndTheRobot

Bored of their stagnant existence, two lonely souls leave their safe havens behind and discover one another, yielding an everlasting legacy that will forever change their dying world.

Directed & Animated by Austin Taylor (http://www.atayloranimator.com/)
Written & Co-Produced by Alexander Thompson
Co-Produced by Julia Festa
Music by Tom Hauser
Sound Design by James McDonough
Photographed by Chase Shultz

Full crew list at IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2913704/

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04:06 min 28. January 2013

Rose

a narrative film in no language

A tribute to Alfred Hitchcock

Directed by Alban Delachenal / Follow me : http://www.facebook.com/AlbanDelachenalFilmProduction

Produced by Veni Vidi VJ / Philippe Dupuy & Vincent Filoche / Follow me: http://www.facebook.com/venividivj

Artaban.tv / Shot on Red Epic

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04:00 min 30. May 2014

PUPA (2014)

a narrative film in no language

Pupa is the story about a boy who is about to begin puberty. His body is ready to make a physical transformation, but in his eyes every grownup is a hideous monster. He fears that he will turn into one of them.

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01:07 min 15. May 2013

Anticipated Moment - Dance Ireland 21 - Minutes In Motion

a dance video in no language

Between the peaks and the troughs of any waveform lies a period of exponential velocity. We live our lives in these periods, each of differing length, as we anticipate the next moment worthy of the label “event”.

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11:59 min 9. April 2009

“La partita lenta” di Paolo Sorrentino – perFiducia

a narrative film in no language

http://www.perfiducia.com Paolo Sorrentino firma "La partita lenta" per perFiducia, il progetto di corti italiani di Intesa Sanpaolo. Un incontro di rugby diventa la metafora per raccontare come la fiducia possa consentirci di raggiungere le nostre mete…

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06:06 min 27. March 2011

LUTINS

a narrative film in no language

My graduation short film, co-produced with 3 other studients
http://www.lutins-lefilm.com/