1. Gently Disturbed - Tourtagebuch 2


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    CRYPTIC DANCES TOUR 2014 Teil 2 unseres jetzt schon berüchtigten Tourblogs. buy CD: www.gentlydisturbed.de www.gentlydisturbed.bandcamp.com enjoy!

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    • 2. Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage


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      I had the huge honor of working on a real Disneyland theme park ride at Pixar, which was one of the most memorable projects of my career. Here is pre-rendered footage of the scene I animated, along with 2 other animators. I worked specifically on Nemo, Marlin, Gurgle (Purple Fish) and Gill (Grey Fish). The animation you see here was then projected through a mirror underwater, which is an oversimplified way of saying the Disney Imagineers created an awesome way of presenting it to the guests at the park. You can get a taste of what the ride is like in all its claustrophobic glory by watching this POV ride-through on youtube: http://youtu.be/IbtpGQO2B4M?t=9m17s

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      • The Seas with Nemo & friends


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        Finding Nemo at the sea

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        • Nemo Trailer #1


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          "Nemo" is a french Steampunk movie inspired by Jules Vernes stories. The movie takes place in an alternative world of the 19th and 20th century. Directed by: Nicolas Chattou-Coumbil Camera, editing and color grading: Geoffroy Przybylski (Chicane Studio) Music: Solemm Trailer - JLF Production Music Actors : Ariane Gremigni, Maxime Patteri, Denis-Charles Herrmann, Myriam Holz, Marie Zenier Filmed with Black Magic Pocket Camera, Panasonic 14-45mm lens, Canon EF 24-105mm, manual EF-MFT adaptor. Edited with Final Cut Pro X. Some footage was graded with DaVinci Resolve 11 Lite. More information is available at: www.nemo-movie.com

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          • Clownfish


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            This is my clownfish! Music: Amber by 311 Editing software used: Windows Moviemaker

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            • Nightwish - Nemo (DJ Gabriel Gates Remix)


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              "Nemo" originally performed by Nightwish. All music re-creation, production, and video editing by Gabriel Gates. This content is strictly for demonstration, promotional, and entertainment purposes only. Copyright infringement is not intentional. "Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use."

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              • Due risate coi pesci pagliaccio!


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                16/08/2014 Marsa Mubarak

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                • Panography. Kochin. India


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                  • ART 311 Final Project


                    from Kate Wilson / Added

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                    For my final project I played with ideas of perception, both as a psychological and a physical experience. I created a soundscape of a fish tank and incorporated sounds that would be unique to this habitat (water filter, noises made by the human inhabitants moving around the rest of the house, tapping/banging on the tank's glass to get the fish’s attention, etc.). I used the concept of acoustic ecology to create a simulation of how the fish may experience and perceive his environment (what he believes to be an isolated apartment unit). I used the analogy of “living in a fishbowl” to project the fish’s paranoia of being constantly watched and his attitude after feeling as though every moment of his life has been observed by some unknown being. I sampled two lead voices to produce this narration; the first is pieces I cut from a short horror story audio clip, and the second is a modification of the first voice. I did this to maintain relative vocal consistency in terms of pace and syntax, but to establish variance in tone/pitch to portray the fish as a paranoid schizophrenic. I created all the other sounds in this piece through a combination of sampling, synthesizing/distortions, recordings of habitual sounds in my house and of my own voice/vocal contributions made by my cat Butters (who also inspired the feline antagonists in the video). I incorporated these noises to help build suspense during the narrative. The “medium is the message” (McLuhan) is a key concept that guided my choice in sound alterations - they are meant to sound distorted and amplified by the water. A deeper meaning I had intended with the use of water to mediate the fish’s experience of his environment has roots in Jungian Psychology. Carl Jung believed water to be symbolic of the unconscious mind during dream states (which is also why I chose to set the narrative late at night while the fish drifts in and out of consciousness). To accompany the audio piece I created a video to explore some of the key ideas in John Berger’s “Ways of Seeing.” I disguised a distorted impression of Berger’s face (sampled from his BBC video series) during a section of television static to reinforce his theories on hidden ideologies in visual art. I also used theories from another one of his essays “Why We Look at Animals,” which describes the perceived transition animals make from object to subject when human beings are able to lay a narrative over the animal’s story to establish an identity we are able to relate to. Although we did not explore this idea directly in class, the intention I had was to translate the fish’s reactions into thoughts, ideas and imagery that we as humans can recognize and understand (fear, anxiety, annoyance, etc.). The overall theme of the video is meant to support the schizophrenic musings of the goldfish; therefore I choice Victorian asylum imagery/colour modifications and rapid alternations in speed and swimming patterns to develop relationship.

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                      from Alessio Ruta / Added

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                      FRANCESCO DE GREGORI // LE LACRIME DI NEMO Chiaro di luna scendi in fondo al mare e arriva dove il vento non può arrivare e trova le parole per calmare quest'acqua che si mescola col mare quest'onda sulla riva della ciglia Che un po' t'incanta e un po' ti meraviglia Che un po' t'incanta e un po' ti meraviglia Fiore di scienza e libero pensiero Ancora senza nave e vela senza veliero bottiglia mezza vuota e mezza piena e pesci e luci e canto di balena Chiaro di luna segnami il futuro e mescola l'idrogeno e il carburo e mescola l'idrogeno e il carburo e passo dopo passo piano piano Illumina i miei passi con i tuoi che ogni passo avanti è un passo in meno e meno ossigeno nei serbatoi illumina le torri medievali E i falchi e il tempo e i sogni e gli ideali e le città sconfitte in fondo al fumo e il sangue e l'innocenza di nessuno il sangue e l'innocenza di nessuno *La #superluna del 10 agosto 2014.

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