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11:18 min 23. April 2013

Adventures of Christopher Bosh in the Multiverse!

an experimental film in English

Adventures of Christopher Bosh in the Multiverse
More Bosh: http://alllifeisreal.com
Director: http://bleedingpalm.com
Soundtrack: https://soundcloud.com/borschtcorp/sets/adventures-of-christopher-bosh

#AllLifeIsReal

Some backstory: http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/nba-ball-dont-lie/chris-bosh-lawyers-might-threatened-legal-action-against-221108134--nba.html

**feel free to download and share, etc**

DIRECTED BY BLEEDING PALM
ART AND ANIMATION: RONNIE RIVERA, CHRISTINA FELISGRAU

WRITTEN BY RONNIE RIVERA, LUCAS LEYVA, JILLIAN MAYER
CO-DIRECTORS, PRODUCERS: JILLIAN MAYER, LUCAS LEYVA

EXECUTIVE PRODUCER: CHRIS BOSH, JON KANE, DENNIS SCHOLL
ADDITIONAL ART AND ANIMATION: DAN FRANTZ, JAKE LOPEZ
CAMERA: DANIEL FERNANDEZ

STARRING:
TERENCE NANCE
MATTHEW LILLARD
BARRY JENKINS
JAYSON MUSSON
HENNESSY YOUNGMAN
WES BORLAND
AMY SEIMETZ
RONALD POPPO
JILLIAN MAYER
SHIVERS THEDOG
ALICIA ZAITSU
GREG ALVAREZ
LUCAS LEYVA
RONNIE RIVERA
ERIC ANDERSON
DIEGO MEZA-VALDES
RICHARD FREEDBERG

SCORE: WES BORLAND

ORIGINAL SONGS: JOHN HANCOCK

SOUND DESIGN:
SERIPIDASOUND
CORY CZAJKOWSKI
DIEGO MEZA-VALDES

WARDROBE: WILDCHILD WORLD

SPECIAL THANKS: BROADCAST PRODUCTIONS

COMMISSIONED BY BORSCHT CORP.
MIAMI, FL, USA

http://tmblr.co/ZH8EztjKaqYW

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04:23 min 3. May 2010

LGFUAD

an experimental film in English

Winner Best Undergraduate Animation - Ottawa International Animation Festival 2010

LGFUAD
Suburbia numbs the mind, and rears death within us. I have injected LGFUAD with the eerie discomfort I find within myself, stemming from the obsession I have with the relentlessness and tension that pulses through suburban youth. It is a possession by certain intensities that manifest themselves within the body somewhere between extreme emotion and a complete lack thereof: void. Outlets for these intensities:
1. sexual exploits 2. drugs and alcohol 3. violence 4. x-treme sports
The technique with which I've created the film alludes much to my youth. The act of drawing with crayons and allowing the pigments to dictate the forms is very raw and ritual. I have also realized the potential of the computer age I have grown up into, and have blended these two worlds to create something personal, while still fresh and contemporary.
Through the narrative I have created my own memory for someone: for myself. It is an everlasting limbo where death has no meaning . A static space where the symbols that incarnate our childhoods and the fiendishness of the macabre void we find ourselves constantly moving towards coalesce.
This film is a desperate attempt to relive my own past in a different body, and with a different mind.
LGFUAD :: let's get fucked up and die.
Kelsey Stark

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05:36 min 23. December 2007

Drunk History vol. 1 - Featuring Michael Cera

an experimental film in English

Witness history as it's never been told before: Drunk.
Derek Waters Presents: Drunk History vol. 1 Featuring Michael Cera

Filmed, Edited & Directed by: Jeremy Konner

Starring: Michael Cera, Jake Johnson, Derek Waters, Ashley Johnson

Created by Derek Waters

On August 6th 2007, Mark Gagliardi drank a bottle of Scotch...
And then discussed a famous historical event.

That night history was made...Drunk History

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07:42 min 21. August 2014

PALINOIA.

an experimental film in French

'PALINOIA.' A short film.

Directed, Chopped, and Photographed by Matt Fulks.

Starring
Patrick Lyons & Caleb Cook

Voice Over by Amber Garvey

Original Music by Caleb Cook

Ending Credits
Nerves Junior - 'As Bright As Your Night Light.'

Also starring Laci Pauley & Robert Janes.

Facebook.com/madfoxpictures

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03:54 min 8. October 2014

Zerogon (By Joshua Planz & John Mattiuzzi)

an experimental film in English

A lonely creature, on a lonely planet, abducted into the false allure of a computer generated world.

Featured on i09: io9.com/this-bonkers-short-about-a-spider-legged-alien-has-a-br-1682588734
Featured on cartoon Brew: cartoonbrew.com/cartoon-brew-pick/zerogon-by-joshua-planz-and-john-mattiuzzi-104474.html
Featured on Gizmodo: http://sploid.gizmodo.com/this-freaky-spiderman-tale-has-an-end-twist-that-you-do-1730504091

CREDITS:
Directors: Joshua Planz & John Mattiuzzi
Director of Photography: Eric Branco
Producer: John Mattiuzzi
Story Consultant: Anney Bonney
Character Animation By: Ashley Gerst, Adam Momsen, & Steve Ritler
3D FX: Mike Huang
SFX Makeup Artist: Kate Mary
Assistant Makeup: Jennifer Schelhorn
Script Supervisor: Maria Stern
Special Thanks: Jillian Guarco, Jasper Lin, Ed Mattiuzzi, Tatiana McCabe, Donald Poynter, Rodan Tekle, Marvin Woodyatt, & Abi Iverson
Editor: John Mattiuzzi
Sound Design & Mixing: John Mattiuzzi
VFX by: John Mattiuzzi & Josh Planz
2D/3D Printing - Jasper Lin

MUSIC:
“Do The Cobra” Written and performed by Juanitos, from the album “Best of
“Flatland” Written and Performed by Jarryd Lowder, from his album “Soundtracks_ Video & Performance Works”
“East” Written and Performed by Jarryd Lowder, from his album “Bezem”
"Divided By Oceans" by Amotz Plessner.

SCREENINGS:
2016 IndieMemphis, Microcinema
2016 MEME PAS PEUR International Film Festival,
2015 Slamdance Film Fest, Park City
2015, Slamdance on the Road, Videology, Brooklyn
2015 Buried Alive Film Fest, Atlanta
2015 Cine Beacon, NY
2015 “Galaxy Theater" Aired via NBTV, CA
2015 Sploid Short Film Festival
2015 Coney Island Film Festival, Brooklyn
2015 Animation Nights, NYC
2015 Siggraph Asia, Japan
2015 Arizona Underground Film Festival, AZ
2015 Critical Edge Film Festival, FL
2015 Mile High Horror Film Festival, Denver
2015 HollyShorts Film Festival, LA
2015 Anti-Hero Production Genre fest, Burbank, CA
2015 Filmquest, Nominated (Best Visual Effects)
2015 Filmquest, Salt Lake City
2015 Sci-Fi London, NYC
2015 NYIT Animation & Film Festival
2015 ConCarolinas Short Film Festival.
2015 IndieWorks 2nd annual awards ceremony, NYC
2015 Shortlisted Viewster Film Festival, Online
2015 VisionFest, NYC (Tribeca Cinemas)
2015 Athens Animfest, Greece
2015 Northwest Animation Festival, Portland, OR
2015 Bijou Art Cinemas, Eugene, OR
2015 Ozark Shorts in L.A.
2015 ASIFA-EAST Animation Festival
2015 Fort Myers Film Festival
2015 Bloomfield College
2015 Los Angeles short film festival
2015 Critical Edge Film fest
2015 Viewster Film Festival, Online
2015 Boston SciFi Film Festival
2015 IndieWorks, NYC
2014 ACM SIGGRAPH, NYC
2014 DigitalMarrakech, Morocco
2014 SVA Alumni animation film festival, NYC
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In memory of Professor George Parrino:
To this day, I can still hear his words loud and clear, "Do not ever let yourself become hypnotized by your own artwork."
George was an amazing artist and professor who pushed his students beyond their intellectual and creative potential. He did not settle for visual fluff, nor could you sneak it by him. And if you tried, you were met with a carnival of embarrassment.

This is cool as well: http://filmshortage.com/82-of-the-most-inspirational-cinematography-shots-in-short-films/

http://www.joshplanz.com ☻ http://www.ma2z.com/

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05:26 min 15. June 2013

Sometimes it is only in great darkness that we can fully see the light

an experimental film in no language

My work has been an attempt to create a visible void while still maintaining the form of portraiture - an observation of what is is infinite from the inside although finite from the outside.

Made by Soleil du Midi

The Flight
A poem by Sara Teasdale

Lyric soprano Jeffri Lynn Carrington
Music composed by Dent-de-Lion du Midi

Talent
Michael Roloff

Designskolen Kolding
Kolding School of Design
2013

More Information
alien.ch

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25:03 min 29. August 2014

YSME

an experimental film in English

Video art, air travel tourism, real and virtual, custom music composition.
THE PROJECT EXPLANATIONS :
http://www.kisskissbankbank.com/fr/projects/ysme

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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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11:22 min 8. July 2012

Peter & The Paper Wolves (2012)

an experimental film in English

*Winner - Excellence in Narrative, Visions Film Festival and Conference 2013*
*Winner - The Stephen J. Ross prize for Best Picture, Wesleyan University 2012*

2012. 16mm, color. 11 min.

Written and Directed by Daniel Obzejta

Starring Tanner Stallbaumer, Sean Patrick McGowan, Brian Cross, Dan Overton

With winter on his heels and the sound of a passing carnival on the wind, Peter disregards his grandfather's warnings and runs away from home. A chance encounter with a pair of carnies in the woods could be his ticket to keeping his head in the clouds... if he can keep it at all.

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03:26 min 16. August 2010

I Live in the Woods!

an experimental film in English

A woodsman's frantic journey, driven by happiness, slaughter, and a confrontation with America's God.

SPECIAL EDITION DVD IN THE WORKS!
For more future info: hunteachother.com

A film by Max Winston.

Awards and Screenings:
Student Academy Awards - Finalist
Sundance 2009 - Honorable Mention
Toronto After Dark: Best international short
Animation Block Party - Audience Choice
Detroit shorts festival - Audience Choice
Animation Magazine student film award - 1st place
Annecy animation festival 2009
BUT (b-movie underground & trash fest) - best short film
Ann Arbor
SXSW
Los Angeles film festival
Sydney Underground film festival
Spike and Mike Gaunlet show
Austin Film festival
AFI Dallas
Florida film festival
Environmental film festival at Yale
International film festival Breda, Netherlands
ReAnimcja Polish animation festival
Independent film festival of Boston
International Eskisehir film festival
Dead by Dawn Scotland horror fest
Anima Mundi
Melbourne international animation fest
Australia animation festival
Mauvais Genre festival France
Just for Laughs Montreal
Brooklyn international film festival
Celluloid Screams UK horror fest
London international animation fest
KLIK! Amsterdam Animation fest
Eksjo animation festival Sweden
Milwaukee film festival
Anthology Film Archives - New Experimental animation screening
Temiscamingue Canada festival
Arbeit Macht Geil Festival
XFILM sydney TV program
Wiesbaden int'l animation fest
Cancun Riviera Maya int'l film festival
Abitibi-Témiscamingue int'l festival
Atlanta underground film fest Animation attack
Rutger Hauer's "I've seen films" film festival
Athens int'l film festival
Readymade film festival

www.hunteachother.com

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03:15 min 8. October 2008

The Black Dog's Progress

an experimental film in English

A series of flipbooks tell the sad story of the Black Dog.

An Animate Projects commission for Channel 4 in association with Arts Council England.

BRITISH ANIMATION AWARDS, Best Short Film, 2010
KROK ANIMATED FILM FESTIVAL, Diploma (Films up to 5min), 2011
KINOFILM, MANCHESTER SFF, Best Animation, 2010
KLIK! AMSTERDAM, Design Award, 2009
FLIP ANIMATION FESTIVAL, Best UK Film, 2009

www.smalltimeinc.com

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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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03:37 min 23. April 2013

PARADIGM (2013) - 3D Fractal Animated Short Film | HD by Chris D'Andrea

an experimental film in no language

PARADIGM is a 3D animated short film created by Christopher D'Andrea for his BFA senior project. Its a story between two fractal generated entities extremely diverse in their nature. As the two objects progress, they evolve and change in the world around them. Their ultimate interaction is not held back by their environment because finally, the pieces merge and collide.

The concept behind the film represents man-kinds untold story of its very near future. Here, the organic shape represents humanity, as we have grown from a single cell into an advanced space-faring species. The geometric object represents technology. When the two meet, it is up to the viewer to interpret whether technology will destroy or enhance us in the coming paradigm shift.

'I wanted the viewers to question where they stand on this matter. It's hard to imagine a world where man is completely merged with technology.. and yet again, it's even harder to imagine a world without it. Although this is my personal message in the film, I encourage everyone to walk away with their own interpretations.'

Enjoy :)

Credits:

All visual art and effects created by Christopher D'Andrea

Original audio "Helio" made for Post Panic Productions "Stardust"
Composed by Ruben Semana and produced by Pivot Audio
Permission was given to me by Post Panic productions to use this audio for the film.

Software Used:

Adobe After Effects
Adobe Photoshop
Adobe Illustrator
Autodesk Maya
Autodesk 3dStudio Max
Terragen
Xeno Dream
Trapcode

Photo credit to NASA for some imagery

Thanks to all my friends, family and professors at LIU Post for supporting and believing in me.

Visuals are copyright2013 Christopher D'Andrea

Follow me here!
Twitter: https://twitter.com/dandrea_art
Instagram: http://instagram.com/dandrea_art
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/christopherdandreagraphicart

My personal website:
http://christopherdandrea.com

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01:58 min 22. April 2015

ALEPH

an experimental film in English

More info and images : http://www.analogstudio.co.uk/work/aleph

Transforming Céline campaign girl Daria Werbowy into a primordial goddess rising from and returning to the earth, the CGI-powered film explores ideas of nature, birth and death.
Conceived in collaboration with Warren Du Preez and Nick Thornton Jones for Creative Review’s Annual Creative Awards.
The capture side of the project was a one day shoot in Holborn studios London with FBFX Digital scanning, Frank Benhamou styling, Rebecca Louise Law creating floral installations, Raphael Salley on hair direction, and Ninni Nummela on makeup. An original music composition by Salvador Breed and Stijn Van Beek took a couple of weeks, as did the editing by Steve Ackroyd at Final Cut London.

Client : Creative Review
Model : Daria Werbowy
Direction : Warren Du Preez & Nick Thornton Jones
CGI : Analog
Creative Direction : Analog
Production : Thomas Brannigan (WNStudio) & Katie Bolan (Black Dog Film)
3D Scan/Prep : FBFX
Edit : Steve Ackroyd (Final Cut)
Flower : Rebecca Louise Law
Music : Salvador Breed & Stijn Van Beek
Stylist : Franck Benhamou
Make-Up : Ninni Nummeia
Hair : Raphael Salley
Nails : Ami Streets

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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.

For more about the Abramovic Method, see our website (http://bit.ly/176oqto) and this video from Bonsai TV (http://bit.ly/14z2ZVO).

Visit Marina Abramovic Institute on Twitter (twitter.com/hudsonMAI) and Facebook (facebook.com/MAIhudson).

For more information or press requests, e-mail contact@MAI-hudson.org

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02:21 min 6. December 2011

NEWMEDIA

an experimental film in English

As seen in many sci-fi films tapes, we've been invaded again, but this time is our own fault: We've created New Media.
They've dominated the human race, changing themselves into biomecanical appearance self-sufficient organisms.
Far from the action footage and the explosions which define this film genre, the world is now an unshakeable place; victim of the alienation caused by the sent signals.

Como en muchas cintas de ciencia ficción, hemos sido invadidos nuevamente, pero esta vez la culpa es nuestra: hemos creado a los medios de comunicación.
Ellos han dominado a la especie humana, convirtiéndose en organismos autónomos de apariencia biomecánica.
Lejos de la acción y las explosiones que caracterizan este género fílmico, el mundo es un lugar imperturbable; víctima de la alienación provocada por las señales enviadas.

Direction & CG Animation
Julian Cooke and Sebastian Dias

Soundtrack by Doomdozer