IIn October 2011 I started documenting people in the city of Amsterdam, approaching them in the street and asking them to say their age in front of the camera. My aim was to 'collect' a group of 100 people, from age 0 to 100. At first my collection grew fast but slowed down when it got down to the very young and very old. The young because of sensivity around filming or photographing children and the very old because they don't get out of the house much. I found my very old 'models' in care homes and it was a privilege to document these -often vulnerable- people for this project. I had particular problems finding a 99 year-old. (Apparently 100 year-olds enjoy notoriety, but a 99 year-old is a rare species...) And when I finally did find one, she refused to state her age. She simply denied being 99 years old! But finally, some 4 months after I recorded my first 'age', I was able to capture the 'missing link' and conclude this project. Enjoy.
(By the way: together these people have lived 5050 years...)
Shot on a Panasonic GH2
Lenses: mostly a Cosmicar 25mm 1.4 and a Panasonic 20mm 1.7
In the battle of the sexes, have you ever wondered who makes a better laser-gun sound effect? Or who can mutter the best light saber sound? Or are guys better than girls at sound effects? Filmmakers Marcella Coad and Paul Constantakis put these questions to the test with their short film Bleep Blap Bloop. Now you can judge for yourself.
Filmmakers: Marcella Coad & Paul Constantakis
Director of Photography: Kosta Constantakis
Music House: Pirate
Sound Director: Stephanie Pigott
Sound Engineer: Jared Kuemper
This is the winner of "Best Animation" from the Star Wars Fan Film Movie Challenge, sponsored by Lucasfilm. It was shown at Celebration V in Orlando Florida in circular polarized 3D. Here it is in 2D
I am the director, co-writer and stereoscopic supervisor. It was produced as a student film by the June 2010 class at the DAVE school at Universal Studios in Orlando Florida. For more information about the DAVE school see, daveschool.com
Assembly of the Lego set 10179 from Star Wars Ultimate collector series in stop motion in 3d. Created using 3ds max and V-ray. A very long work over 3 years, modelling all the pieces by myself. and rendered frame by frame.
Edit: Thanks everibody for all the coments, i'm surprised!
Edit2: The link of my new video!!!!!!!!!: vimeo.com/49337857