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07:27 min 1. November 2011

BEAT

a narrative film in no language

My graduation film from the Bezalel Academy of Arts & Design.

My first attempt at 3d animation.

Credits:
Story, Direction & Animation: Or Bar-El
Drums: Dror Goldstein
Sfx: Joni Bar Ilan
Compositing: Tammuz Kay
Rigging and TD: Yair Halpern

Special Thanks,
Anat Costi, Yair Halpern, Gilad Kenan

You can also visit my website at http://www.orbarel.com

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06:36 min 13. May 2014

The Light and the Little Girl

a narrative film in no language

A young girl finds herself entranced by a beam of light moving through her home and tries to capture it in a jar, only to realize that there are things she loves that she cannot posses.

Directed by Guy Pooles
Written by Jih-E Peng and Guy Pooles
Cinematography by Jih-E Peng
Produced by Pin-Chun Liu
Production Design by Haley Ho
Edited by Cyndi Trissel
Original Music by James Welland

www.thelightandthelittlegirl.com
www.facebook.com/tlatlg

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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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05:59 min 7. March 2014

Mobi - short film

a narrative film in no language

A youth pushes a block of ice along the road. He has a mission to accomplish. Gradually, the ice starts to melt...

MOBI

Italy 2011 - Fiction - 35mm - 1:1,85 - Dolby SRD - Italian - 6’ 18”

Starring: Marco Spiranelli
Director: Michele Cadei
Cinematographer: Sara Arango Ochoa
Edited by Yael Leibel
Music by Jered Sorkin
Story by Marco Spiranelli, Michele Cadei
Set designer Ilaria Fallacara
Costume designer: Viola Ponzi
Production manager: Francesca Cozzolino
Sound recordist: Emanuela Cotellessa
1st AD: Davide Zurolo
Vfx: Paola Trisoglio, Stefano Marinoni (Visualogie)
Produced by Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia Production with the partecipation of Rai Cinema

Awards:

Best short film at Molise Cinema Fest (Italy)

Festivals Participation:

Next Reel Film Festival 2012 - Singapore
Beijing ISVF 2011 (China)
European Short Film Festival at MIT (USA)
Fidec (Belgium)
Cineco 2011 (Portugal)
Visioni Ambientali - Bologna (Italy)
Molise Cinema Fest (Italy)
Cortoacquario Roma (Italy)
Premio Cinematografico Palena (Italy)
OFF CINEMA Firenze (Italy)
Cinema italiano visto da Milano (Italy)
Festival Cinema Europeo di Lecce (Italy)

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11:32 min 10. March 2010

Copy Shop

a narrative film in no language

One of the finest European shorts which can make you feel unusual experiences.

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02:38 min 29. October 2012

They Both Explode

a narrative film in no language

A short hallucinatory tale of consumption, sorrow, redemption and vomit. A peckish heron meets a frog with inviting eyes. They both explode.

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02:13 min 20. July 2015

EXILE

an experimental film in no language

An art film expressing the mind’s eye of an exile who is haunted by his own inner demons. The clash between miniature terrain and expansive vistas, fleeting motion against stillness, and digital clarity versus aged film all stir together with an unnerving score for this hypnotic inward exploration.

Making of article: http://www.directorsnotes.com/2015/07/20/john-charter-exile/

Director: John Charter.
Producer/Production Designer: Paul Kaiser.
Title Designer: Clara Lidström.
Composer: Paul Kaiser.
Wind Operator: Trona.

Mixed Media: Magic Lantern RAW Digital Video and Super 8mm Kodak Reversal Film.

http://www.johncharter.com

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02:40 min 17. March 2009

Zapping

a narrative film in no language

Credits
Aritz Aizpurua - Art Director
Avelino Lombardero - CG Compositor
Juan M. Puerta - CG Artist
Mikel Arroyo - CG Artist
Patxi Pelaez - Concept Artist
Rafael Tourón - Music & Sound Effects

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01:32 min 25. July 2011

Gulp. The world's largest stop-motion animation shot on a Nokia N8.

a narrative film in no language

'Gulp' is a short film created by Sumo Science at Aardman, depicting a fisherman going about his daily catch. Shot on location at Pendine Beach in South Wales, every frame of this stop-motion animation was shot using a Nokia N8, with its 12 megapixel camera and Carl Zeiss optics. The film has broken a world record for the 'largest stop-motion animation set', with the largest scene stretching over 11,000 square feet.

The animators: http://www.aardman.com​
The sand artists: http://sandinyoureye.co.uk
The phone: http://www.nokia.com/​n8

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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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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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08:07 min 1. June 2009

Red Rabbit

a narrative film in no language

A man lives alone in a small apartment. The little contact he had with other people has dropped to zero since the rabbit appeared. Every attempt to get the rabbit out of his apartment has failed and since he is not sure whether or not pets are allowed in the building, he does not let anybody enter his apartment.

Written, Directed and Animated by Egmont Mayer
Producer: Flora Grolitsch
Effects TD: Stefan Habel
Animation: Michael Schulz, Wolfram Kampffmeyer, Sonja Kumbarji
Character Modelling: Egmont Mayer
Modelling: Paul Stoll, Wolfram Kampffmeyer
Sounddesign and Mixing: Michael J. Diehl
Music: Chris Bremus
Foley Artist: Marcus Neuberger
Textures: Sonja Kumbarji, Frederik Ring
Lighting: Rendering and Compositing Egmont Mayer
Titles: Online Frederik Ring

Created at: Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg
Institute of Animation, Visual Effects and Digital Postproduction

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06:34 min 17. May 2012

Swimming pool

a narrative film in no language

Night lovestory of two outsiders, who meet in closed swimming pool in the middle of big city.
2010 FAMU Production
animation, script,director: Alexandra Hetmerová, sound designer: Jan Sleska, film editor: Adam Patyk, production: Barbora Prikaska

Awards:
2010 – Best animation – International Student Film
Festival in Pisek - Czech republic
2010 – Special mention on Anim´est Romania
2010 – Award for academic films - Anifest Rozafa
Albania
2010 - Special mention for animation FAMUFEST -
Prague - Czech republic
2010 - Second award from audiences on Festival Anilogue - Budapest - Hungary
2010 - Special mention for student animation on festival Etiuda Anima - Krakow – Poland
2010 – 3rd price for student animation Xiamen International Animation Festival – China
2010 – Cinemaiubit International Student Film Festival – best animation award
2011 - ANIMA 2011 – Brussels – Belgium - Anima 2011 Award for Best Student Short Film
2011 –Monstra festival Lisboa – Portugal - Best Short - Audience Award
2011 – 2rd Stortford film festival – Rhodes – United Kingdom – Best animation
2011 – Supertoon – Brač – Croatia – Special mention
2011 – Student award – Golden Dinosaur – CICDAF 2011 – CHINA
2011 – Honorable mention – Gradual films - Ottawa International Animation festival – Ottawa – Canada
2011 – Diploma in category Best student film - International Animation festival Tindirindis – Vilnius – Lithuania
2011 - Honorable mention - Student films - Animateka Ljubljana – Slovenia
2011 - Golden Goats for Best Animated Film for Young People - 29th IYAFF Ale Kino! – Poznań - Poland

http://www.wix.com/alexandrahetmerova/portfolio

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11:42 min 17. August 2013

UNE PART DE BONHEUR de Yohann HIDEUX & Anthony RAUCY [COURT METRAGE OFFICIEL]

a narrative film in no language

DON'T FORGET TO LOVE ! =)

ON VOUS HAÏME !

AUDIO CREATION VISION PRESENTS :

UNE PART DE BONHEUR
Genre : Short Film / Court Métrage / Drame / Drama
Approximate Length / Durée : 11'42

Synopsis: "ce film fragmente et explore d'un regard troublant, un agent SNCF, Lucas Fraud (interprété par Anthony Raucy). Personnage Fou dont les sentiments s'expriment sous une forme énigmatique et où la psyché est ici l'archétype d'un être qui effleure le discours par le silence des mots, le silence par le discours des maux.

En résistant à la parole, ce Court Métrage aphone interpelle." Anthony Phoeman

UNE PART DE BONHEUR ne s'expérimente pas sans conscience ni sans âme.

CASTING:

Anthony Raucy dans le rôle de Lucas Fraud
Cédric Lerebourg dans le rôle du Deuxième Homme

Ecriture et Réalisation :
Yohann Hideux - Anthony Raucy - Matthieu Robinet

Image et Post-Production - Yohann Hideux
[https://vimeo.com/audiocreationvision]

Son - Matthieu Robinet

Musique Originale - Yohann Hideux

Musique Additionnelle :

"La Vie en Rose"
(H.Contet, Louiguy)
Interprêté par Edith Piaf

"Ulthuan-Live-Performance-Gold"

Tous droits réservés Audio Creation Vision © 2012

YOUTUBE:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zroKp-bKdJo

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05:15 min 18. June 2011

Rooted

a narrative film in no language

Rooted
Two trees fall in love but unfortunately they can't hold each other.

Credits:

Edwin Schaap - www.edwinschaap.com
Jeroen Hoolmans - www.jeroenhoolmans.nl
Pim Reinders - www.pim.fm
Floyd Angenent

Music by Vidjay Beerepoot - www.soundvibe.nl
Sound Design by Ronnie van Overveld - www.studiosoundgarden.nl

making of : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f_vN2clEWZ8&feature=player_embedded

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Rooted/212048365501226

1 2 tree :)

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04:56 min 21. January 2011

Overtime

an experimental film in no language

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