IGNACIO TORRES presenta VAIVÉN, del disco "AHORA ES CUANDO"
Con Carolina Cox y Javiera Garrido
Dirección: Felipe Azúa
Dirección de Fotografía y Cámara: Samuel Olivares
Producción: Marco Cornejo
Dirección de Arte: Camila Villanueva
Cámara Adicional: Felipe Azúa
Montaje: Felipe Azúa
Asistente de Producción: Mauricio Jofré
Eléctrico: Sebastián Aravena
Claudio Galafé - Juan Faudez - Crsitobal Vargas - Alvaro Severino
Catalina Guevara - Carolina Paz - Mirtha Fernández - Nicolás Andrades
Alejandra Ávila - Daniela Camino - Fernando Squicciarini - Álvaro López
Avispa Films & Canis Medios
A limited edition 7" vinyl of the song "Oh, the wonders of the world!" is now available.
Buy it at tinyurl.com/onomatopee
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Early 2012, HEYHEYHEY had some time to spare and they felt the need to challenge themselves once again, so they set out to build another one of their chain reaction machines called Melvin.
Conveniently built in two old suitcases, Melvin the Mini Machine is a Rube Goldberg machine specifically designed to travel the world. Each time Melvin fully completes a run, he ‘signs’ a postcard and sticks a stamp to it - making it ready to be sent.
Like its bigger brother, Melvin the Mini Machine also has an online non-physical side which he uses to connect to the people he meets. To keep things truly mobile Melvin uses a smartphone for his online identity.
Find out more about Melvin the Mini Machine at melvinthemachine.com
Concept, design and production by HEYHEYHEY
Starring Steye van Dam
Co-production and support: PostPanic
Camera: Diderik Evers
Music: "The wonders of the world" by Woody Veneman
Editing: Ine van den Elsen
Sound: Joris Tillmans
Styling: Annemiek Swinkels
Programming: Maarten Witteveen
Clothing by Magda
Smartphone sponsored by Blue Mango Interactive
Little Printer lives in your home, bringing you news, puzzles and gossip from your friends. Use your smartphone to set up subscriptions and Little Printer will gather them together to create a timely, beautiful mini-newspaper.
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The making of "Hero," a drawing of my dad composed entirely out of 3.2 million ink dots.