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06:12 min 15. February 2012

For The Remainder

an experimental film in no language

An atmospheric and vague, painterly animated short that envisions a view upon an old house cat who bids farewell to his home in his final moments.
Done as my graduation film from Bezalel Art Academy.

Story: Omer Ben David & Or Garmolin
Soundtrack: onili (www.onili.com)

Check for more: http://www.hoopoedream.com/#!for-the-remainder/jvap7

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04:44 min 24. July 2015

BIOSPHERE

an experimental film in no language

Animation & Visual Arts by Tatyana Zabanova (Tatasz)
Original Soundtrack by Matías Schwartz (Lemmonias)

BIOSPHERE, a fractal animation by Tatyana Zabanova
29 may. 2015

Links:
Tatyana Zabanova: Fractal Artist
- http://tatasz.deviantart.com/
- https://www.behance.net/tatyanazabanova
- https://www.facebook.com/tataszabanova/timeline

Matías Schwartz: Composer
- http://lemmonias.bandcamp.com/
- https://matiaschwartz.bandcamp.com/

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10:11 min 14. April 2014

Adam Magyar, Array #1

an experimental film in no language

High speed video recording at Seoul at Sindorim Station of people descending on stairs while changing from Line 1 to Line 2.

full video: 20 min. (720p 50fps) - 2 channel.

The video was exhibited at Gallery Soso, Heyri - Seoul / March 2014

Note: All rights reserved. There is no Creative Commons License applied to this work. Thus it is not legal to copy.

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08:30 min 21. March 2015

OFFF Quebec 2015 by Jean-Paul Frenay

an experimental film in no language

They say you should observe a piece of art deeply to understand its concept and interpret it in your own way, we think that Jean-Paul Frenay took this idea and twisted it into something even bigger than just an interpretation. He made sure to create an introspective “sarcastic” adventure.

We were so astonished when we received this and proud to present to you a visual piece communicating social behaviors in different sceneries that will put you into a hypnotic experience.

Ladies and gentleman, OFFF on Tour’s second edition in Quebec Main Titles 2015 by Jean-Paul Frenay!

A Bang Bang Club Production

Written and Directed by Jean-Paul Frenay
Executive Producer: Geoffroy Rouffiange
DOP: Francois Starr
Editor: Aaron Fuks
VFX: Prodigious CGI
Music: "Evox" by 2ND GEN (Written by Wajid Yaseen & Alice Kemp)
Sound Design & Mixing: Combustion

www.frenayjp.be

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03:40 min 20. April 2010

The Arctic Circle

an experimental film in no language

An Arctic inhabitant is fascinated by the sudden appearance of a mysterious box.

Kevin Parry - Director / Animator
http://www.kevinbparry.com

Ihor Dawidiuk - Musical Score
http://www.ihordawidiuk.com

Tim Burton's Reaction
http://vimeo.com/17229245

Youtube link @ http://youtu.be/-PF8lJ00NGQ

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07:16 min 17. December 2011

Γάλα / Milk

an experimental film in no language

My Diploma Student Short Movie.

imdb.com/title/tt1627079/

Γάλα (2008) Milk
S16mm, b&w, Α/Μ (7'). Ελλάδα-Greece.

A man is looking for something White in a Black world.

Η αναζήτηση του Άσπρου σε ένα κόσμο που κυριαρχεί το Μαύρο.

Honors:

Best Student Film and Optimum Production Artist Prize (ETEKT) in International Short Film Festival in Drama 2008.

Equivalent Special Prize for Fiction, to the 49th Film Festival of Thessaloniki 2008.

Best Science Fiction Short Movie and Honorary Award For Scenography to Eleftheria Tziva Petrova & Fotis Mourtas at Film Festival Imaginary "Vangelis Kotronis" 2009.

2008 Honorary Award For Scenography at 7th Short Film Festival ''Mikres Premieres'' by Cinema Magazine

2008 Honorary Award For Art Direction at Film Student Festival by IEK AKMI

Bραβείο καλύτερης φοιτητικής ταινίας και Bραβείο αρτιότερης καλλιτεχνικά παραγωγής (ΕΤΕΚΤ) στο Φεστιβάλ Δράμας 2008.

Ισότιμο Ειδικό βραβείο ταινιών Μικρού Μήκους Μυθοπλασίας
στο 49ο Φεστιβάλ Κινηματογράφου Θεσσαλονίκης 2008.

Bραβείο Kαλύτερης Tαινίας Μικρού Μήκους, Eπιστημονικής Φαντασίας και Τιμιτική Διάκριση Σκηνογραφίας στην Ελευθερία Τζίβα Πέτροβα & τον Φώτη Μουρτά
στο Φεστιβάλ Φανταστικού Κινηματογράφου 2009.

2008 Τιμητικό Βραβείο Για Σκηνογραφία στο 7ο Φεστιβάλ Ταινιών Μικρού Μήκους''Μικρές Πρεμιέρες''από το περιοδικό Σινεμά.

2008 Τιμητικό Βραβείο για Καλλιτεχνική διεύθυνση στο Φοιτητικό Φεστιβάλ Κινηματογράφου του ΙΕΚ ΑΚΜΗ.

Σκηνοθεσία & Σενάριο :
Αλέξανδρος Σιπσίδης & Κωνσταντίνος Φραγκούλης

Φωτογραφία:
Φίλιππος Μπουραΐμης

Μοντάζ:
Αρτέμης Βιγλιάρης

Ήχος:
Σταύρος Αβραμίδης

Σκηνικά:
Ελευθερία Τζίβα Πέτροβα & Φώτης Μουρτάς

Location&Production Manager:
Ηρώ Αδρακτά

Location&Production Manager / Still Photographer :
Sunshine and the lion

Ερμηνευτές:
Θάνος Παπακωσταντίνου

Παραγωγή:
I.E.K ΑΚΜΗ
Φίλιππος Μπουραΐμης
Κωνσταντίνος Φραγκούλης
Αλέξανδρος Σιπσίδης

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05:40 min 30. June 2010

cosmos - a microfilm (extended version)

an experimental film in no language

The Extended Version of João Paulo Simões's microfilm 'cosmos'.
From the generic theme of poverty, the director conceived a cinematic take on social exclusion which suggests the outlines of a more personal drama - part gritty observation, part poetic celebration of motherhood.

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05:19 min 11. June 2013

On Departure

an experimental film in no language

An animation which attempts to express a personal journey centred around the loss of my younger brother Emmet.

→ twitter.com/eoinduffy
→ fb.me/MrEoinDuffy

The project was funded by the Irish Film Board's Frameworks programme in conduction with The Arts Council (of Ireland) and RTE (Raidió Teilifís Éireann).

Directed by: Eoin Duffy
Produced by - Alan Doherty
Music - Stephen Rennicks
Editing - Rory Gavin
Sound Design - James Daly
Post Production - Reel Good
Country - Ireland

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04:15 min 18. November 2014

Light Motif

an experimental film in no language

Prix Ars Electronica 2014, Honorary Mention. Special Mention and Tele5 Special Award at Stuttgart Festival of Animated Film 2015. Awarded at Multivision 2014 for "The Best Music Interpretation". Special Distinction at Animanima 2015. Special Mention at Athens Animfest 2015. 2nd place on East-West Art Award Competition 2015.
Official Selection at Siggraph Asia, Clermont-Ferrand, Aspen Shortsfest, Ann Arbor, Oberhausen, Anima Mundi, Encounters, Giffoni, European Film Festival of Lille, Vienna Independent Shorts, Future Film Festival, Animatou, Message to Man, Motion+, Giraf, Future Shorts, Videoformes, ArtFutura, Fest Anca Slovakia, OFF Odense, Anim'est Bucharest, Milwaukee Film Festival, Anilogue, Tehran Short Film Festival, Short Shorts Tokyo, BAMkids Film Festival, Children’s Film Festival Seattle, Nice Short Film Festival, Lahore International Childrens Film Festival, Traverse City Film Festival, Interfilm Berlin...
Screened at TED Talks, Roy and Edna Disney / CalArts Theater, Mercedes-Benz Museum, CCCB Barcelona, Brooklyn Academy of Music, Erarta Museum, MAMAC of Nice, Bangkok Art and Culture Centre, ICFFI Hyderabad, Transnumeriques, Tampere Film Festival, Anima Brussels, Holland Animation Film Festival, Fantasia Film Festival...
Featured on The CreatorsProject, STASH Magazine, CreativeReview, FACT Magazine, Fubiz, Design Indaba, Journal du Design, Artribune...

Light Motif is conceived as a synaesthetic experience based on a visual transposition of Music for 18 Musicians – Section II, by the American composer Steve Reich. The ambition of the film is to cinematically capture the extraordinary life force that animates this essential work of contemporary music by offering a truly hypnotic experience where music can be “seen”.
The inspiration for the project stems from the relationship between music and the visual arts, illustrated by artists such as Wassily Kandinsky, Oskar Fischinger, Norman McLaren or John Whitney. These works try to establish precise connections between sounds, shapes, colors and movements, to visually translate the concepts of rhythm, melody, harmony, pitch, timbre and intensity. Light Motif proposes applying the construction principles of Steve Reich’s compositions to visual language.
Rigorously architected, his compositions are based on the repetition of short melodic patterns subjected to the gradual processes of dephasing, lengthening pattern, rhythmic saturation and tonal changes. The result of these subtle variations in the repetitions is a sound texture in constant transformation. The listener passes progressively from a polyphonic perception to a global perception, from the perception of a discontinuous sound phenomenon to a continuous one. In Light Motif it is this perceptual phenomenon that is transcribed into images.
Procedural generation techniques are used to transpose the motifs and compositional processes into a semi-abstract visual form made of colored lights and geometric shapes.
Light Motif explores the possibilities of synergy between music and image through a subjective experience that can speak directly to the subconscious of the viewer.

Producer / Director / Editor / CG Supervisor: Frédéric Bonpapa
Music: Steve Reich - Music for 18 Musicians, Section II. Performed by Steve Reich and Musicians. Used by permission of Boosey & Hawkes UK Ltd.
Character Modeler: Eric Prebende
Character TD: Frédéric Bonpapa
Character Animators: Barthélémy Boirot, Frédéric Bonpapa, Mathilde Fabry, Romain Pamart
FX Animators: Olivier Barré, Frédéric Bonpapa, Jon Uriarte.
Shading / Lighting TD: Frédéric Bonpapa
Compositors: Frédéric Bonpapa, Jon Uriarte

© 2014 Frédéric Bonpapa

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02:23 min 16. June 2015

The Exquisite Corpse Project 2

an experimental film in no language

The Exquisite Corpse Project 2 is a motion graphics piece directed by Michael Waldron and created by a group of artists from around the world. It debuted at this years Motion Conference in Santa Fe. The idea was to create a piece of art that you share with another artist. That artist has to figure out how to seamlessly transition into their piece and then they hand off their work to another artist. This repeats until the final animation is complete.

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03:55 min 29. September 2011

"032" The Canadian Affair

an experimental film in no language

“032” is a dreamy atmospheric journey through a series of suspended events. Music
from, The Good The Bad was commissioned to enhance the erie poetic palette that pivots
around stillness, leaving us curious to past and future.

The short film, uses texture and mood to slip through a rich tapestry of sliced
moments. It portrays the inherent power that an action, slowed almost to stillness, has
to evoke the imagination. Instead of the subjects moving within the shot, the camera
floats through almost perfectly still universes creating a erie yet undisputedly beautiful
world that is caught between past and future. While the shots which vary in tone from
mundane to optimistic to tragic do not offer a distinct resolution, the film ends on hopeful
note.

http://www.thegood-thebad.com/​

Credits:

Production: Antler Films
Director: Thibaut Duverniex
1st Assistant Director: Catherine Therrien
Producer/PM: Sach Baylin-Stern
Cinematographer: Mathieu Laverdière
1st AC: Guillaume Sabourin
Steadicam: Brian Finlay
MU/Hair: Anicko Bouchard
MU/Hair: Katrine Boilard
Wardrobe: Cristina Acevedo
Wardrobe Assistant: Kate Aubrey
Art Director: Mathieu Léger
Art Assistant: Amandine Daviet
Art Assistant: Pierre-Marc Duguay
Art Assistant: Cristophe Lennox
Post Production: Fly Studio
DIT: Alexis Vanier
Grip: Guillaume Cannicione
Electro: Francois Legris
BB Electro: "Charles ""Goliath"" Marcotte"
BB Grip: Maxime Cloutier
Rigging (L’Intrigue): Andrée
Prep: Marcel
Barrier Assist: Daniel Desilets
Craft: Theresa Gervais
Production Assistant: Matty
Pick Ups/Returns: Alex Boucher
Production Assistant: Eric Raglione
Production Assistant: Cody Larocque
Maison George Etienne Cartier: Anne Julie
Departement Camera: Patrick
G/E Cinepool: Raphael

Talent in order of appearance:

Estelle Vennes
Jana Jevtovic
Jeanne Vennes
Alison Rose Blakley
Margaux Vennes
Ashlea Watkin
Vanessa Pilon
Melissa
Jessica Langlois
Judy Baylin-Stern

Produced in Co-operation with VideoFACT, a Foundation to Assist Canadian Talent, supported by MuchMusic/MusiquePlus/MuchMoreMusic Networks

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04:55 min 29. July 2015

L'Œil du Cyclone

an experimental film in no language

EZ3kiel "L'Œil du Cyclone" Video clip
Director and animation Masanobu Hiraoka

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04:19 min 24. May 2015

Trick Meter

an experimental film in no language

Hidden in the darkest back streets of major cities, you may find an urban phenomena - the Trick Meter. Skate by one late at night and you could find yourself locked into a do or die trick session.

Learn more about the film on Short of the Week: https://www.shortoftheweek.com/2015/06/03/trick-meter/

Written and Directed by: Simeon Duncombe
Skateboarder: Jack Fagan
Sound design: Phil Burton

Production Crew.
First AD: Jarom Sidwell
Camera: James Simpson, James Elliston, Nick Larkin.
Cam Assist: Caleb Carr
Lighting: David Brownjohn

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02:46 min 31. October 2013

Ride

an experimental film in no language

A cyclist defies the laws of physics.

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02:19 min 7. August 2013

The Abramovic Method Practiced by Lady Gaga

an experimental film in no language

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At a three-day retreat in upstate New York, Marina instructed Lady Gaga in the Abramovic Method--a series of exercises designed to heighten participants' awareness of their physical and mental experience in the present moment.

Marina Abramovic Institute (MAI) will be the first space dedicated to practicing the Abramovic Method, which prepares participants to both perform and observe long durational work.

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