1. We play with technology to invent new forms of moving image

    Soundtrack: Epic Tenori by Simon Pyke

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  2. Territory worked with Ridley Scott and 20th Century Fox to design and animate hundreds of computer graphics and projections both on-set and post for Prometheus.

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  3. Motion sculptures for CCTV Documentary Channel is a digital metaphor of phenomenal blinks and moments that life consists of. In four Idents we follow a visual performance of organic and vital substance, animated using data of actors movements.

    Idents visualize four different themes. To emphasize the emotion of each Ident, we have decided to use different textures of steel, wood and glass. Motion sculpture of steel reflects old Chinese adage that true power is mastering yourself. Youthful energy of dancers evolve into beautiful organic sculpture. Colorful happiness is the engine of father's and his daughter's joy. Two lovers visualize fragility and vitality of love in the last Ident.

    Client: CCTV

    Creative Director: JL
    Agency: JL DESIGN
    Executive producer: Angela Moo
    Project Manager: Jennifer Lin
    Art Director: Lance Wei
    Designers: Hsiang Ju Hung, Utsuo Chen

    VFX / Design Company: KORB
    Concept Development: JL DESIGN & KORB
    Producer: Lina Paskeviciute
    Animation Director: Rimantas Lukavicius
    Technical Director: Giedrius Paulauskas
    3D/2D Artists: Giedrius Paulauskas, Rimantas Lukavicius, Karolina Sereikaite, Tomas Juchnevic, Justinas Vinevicius

    Music / Sound design: John Black, CypherAudio

    Year of completion: 2013

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  4. NYFFF Reel Compilation of past featured films. 2010-2012

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  5. Fashion short Crinis • 13 is a one of a kind piece that will create a wave of awe and surprise among people who love both photography and film. Dutch photographer duo Fotofloor, production company Caviar and creative studio Woodwork made it happen.

    There’s a revolution going on in photography and motion pictures. With ever advancing technological developments we face an ocean of possibilities. The classic photography moves closer against moving image and vice versa. But real overlap is rarely seen in photography, other than moving collages or still images on a screen coming to life.
    "Who's going to fill that gap between photography and film?” was the question Floor Stoop and Mike van der Giessen (Fotofloor) asked themselves repeatedly. "Photographers have cameras that can film professionally”, Stoop says. “Many bloggers work with loops instead of photos. As a photographer with some technical insight you can create your own cinematographs. There’s a whole scene in New York of people, like Barnaby Roper, who make daring interactive blends of film and photography.”

    Unearthly beauty
    They conceived the idea to take Fotofloor’s photography to the next level, in their own characteristic, artistic way. The fascinating short fashion film Crinis • 13 is inspired by the films of Man Ray and Luis Buñuel and in particular by Fernand Léger’s Ballet Méchanique.
    In Crinis • 13 we see a model with a face that appears to be from another world and infinite locks of Pre-Raphaelite-like, white blond hair (crinis is Latin for hair). She moves graciously with an incredible effect. An enchanting kaleidoscope unfolds before your eyes, supported by uplifting electronic beats.
    Fotofloor in fact decided to revive the Dada movement on a small scale, an effort that succeeded really well. One might call it a kind of dadaistic DIY-effort. They obviously received some help in this effort. A whole team of specialists assisted Fotofloor in order to make this film happen: production company Caviar, D.O.P. Job Kraaijeveld, a small film crew, as well as hair and make-up talents. Star stylist Ilham Mestour made the blond wig herself and made sure the locks were flowing, bowing and stretching in the most photogenic way.

    Snow White in slow motion
    But the magic really took off with Marvin Koppejan, creative director at Woodwork. He cut, pasted, juggled, mixed, mirrored and conjured up images with a photographic eye. Graded by Balster van Duijn and carefully watched and guided by the Fotofloor team. The results are bewildering: the model’s image is carved up into a digital chopping block that doubles and turns and squeezes her through a series of kaleidoscopic formations.
    “The model moves slowly; the footage is recorded in slow motion, in 120 frames per second instead of the usual 25 fps”, Marvin Koppejan explains, “in order to be able to stretch and accelerate faster in postproduction. In this way, you can make much more possible.”
    Fotofloor created even more layers in the form of a theme. “Hair” was initially the subject, gradually added to by a mysterious cocktail of subthemes, motives and symbols. Van der Giessen: “We went back and forth dreaming and associating, and progressively came up with bible figures like Eve (hence the apple), Samson (hence the hair) and mythology figure Lilith.”
    Fairy-tale character Snow White also appears briefly. In one scene this is visualized by snowflakes, raging, falling and melting, making the hair look like a furiously sweet snowstorm. Like in silent movies, now and then film texts are superimposed on the images, with words of a poem by Dante Gabriel Rossetti, poet, painter and co-founder of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood.

    Everything’s possible
    Pre-Raphaelites meet poetry meet Dada meet Rorschach. But above all: imagination.
    Van der Giessen: “We want to push the limits, seek boundaries, combine all sorts of things. We don’t need to be limited to a simple 2D-exhibition. Why not create an installation as well? A lot more things are possible, in art, in media, in… everything.”


    Model: Soekie
    Director: Fotofloor
    Produced by: Caviar
    Edit & Post: Woodwork
    Creative Director: Marvin Koppejan
    Executive Producer: Jacques Vereecken
    Producer: Koen Barnhard
    Director of Photography: Job Kraaijeveld
    Final Grading: Balster van Duijn
    Gaffer: Laurens Eindhoven
    Grip: Daan Dillo
    Hair: Ilham Mestour
    Make Up: Barbra Oliemans
    Styling: Pleasurements
    Studio: Ernstige Zaken

    Rough Edit: Gert Willem Visser
    Audio Post: HaaiFaai Deluxe

    Thanks to:
    Camera Rentals
    Het Licht
    Paparazzi Models
    Justin Blyth

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