1. DIVE. Short Film.

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    Gigantic Films & MediaBrain present: "DIVE". Short Film. Synopsis Alexis gets nervous about commitment after her boyfriend asks her to marry him. An impulsive reaction will detonate a series of events that will help Alexis to realize that sometimes we just need a break. Dir. Benjamin Villeda | www.benjaminvilleda.com | @benjaminvilleda Produced by Mariana San Esteban. Feat. Luz Casillas (@LuzECasillas) & Juan Pablo Campa (@JuanPabloCampa) Watch 'Happy Hour' my last short film (Vimeo Staff Pick) https://vimeo.com/18378812

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    • La Gaîté Lyrique

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      La Gaîté Lyrique est le nouveau lieu parisien dédié aux cultures numériques et aux musiques actuelles. La Gaîté Lyrique is the new venue in Paris dedicated to digital arts and new musics. CLIQUEZ CI-DESSOUS POUR VIVRE L'EXPÉRIENCE CLIC BELOW TO LIVE THE FULL EXPERIENCE www.gaite-lyrique.net/experience CREDITS Created & directed by : Yves Geleyn Music & Sound Design : Marc Teitler & Bernd Norbert Wuertz Commissioner & Associate Producer : La Gaîté Lyrique - Paris General & Artistic Director : Jérôme Delormas Executive Director : Alain Herzog Exectutive Producer : Passion Paris Executive Producer : Marc Bodin-Joyeux Producer : Claire Potel Modeling / Setup / Rendering : Landry Munoz / Jérôme Hereng Texture Artist : Vincent Duponchel 3D Postproduction : One More Production Executive Producer : Benjamin Darras Animation Supervisor : Johnny Alves Design / Animation / Rendering : Philippe Palmieri /Baptiste Sola / Grégory Lanfranchi / Quentin Darras Interactive Design: Grouek Interactive Creative Director : Sonia Borsarelli Production Manager : Emmanuel Saccoccini Projet Manager : Fanny Anton Interactive Designer : Cécile Pondard / Coralie Castot Programming : Julien Mahé / Yoann Guény / Bertrand Riché Website Music Agoria : "Libellule" Jean-Luc Hervé : "Rêve de vol" (voice : Donatienne Michel-Dansac / Clarinette : Pierre Dutrieu) Logo Design Michel Mallard Studio Thanks to Michael Feder / Charlotte Léouzon / Andrew Ruhemann / Michael Adamo / Hugo Sands / Patricia Claire / Patrick Jean / Christophe Zotokas / Michel Mallard / Nicolas Bernard / Marina de Azcarate / Anne Darey © February 2010 www.yvesgeleyn.com www.passion-paris.com www.grouek.com www.onemoreproduction.com

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      • Klop Drop

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        Director: Nathan Love Creative Director: Joe Burrascano Character Designs: Morgan Schweitzer Concept Art: Denis Kozyrev, Anca Risca Character Models: Ylli Orana Character Textures: Ylli Orana / Anca Risca Character TD: Francisco Naranjo Animators: Ryan Moran, Dave Han, Kyle Mohr & John Velazquez Lighting: Joe Burrascano Compositing & Effects: Hopr Editing: Joe Burrascano Technical Directors: Mats Anderson, Stephen MacKenzie, Joji Tsuruga Music: Sudonim

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        • AUDITOIRE - Carte de Voeux 2014

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          In order to celebrate 2014, Auditoire has imagined a unique concept for their greeting card, mixing paper and technology in order to give their clients a unique experience and to unveil once more their creativity

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          • Collapsus Walkthrough

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            Collapsus: Energy Risk Conspiracy - http://www.collapsus.com Introduction by director Tommy Pallotta. Collapsus is a brand-new transmedia project from SubmarineChannel that combines interactivity, animation, fiction, and documentary. Collapsus looks into the near future and shows you how the imminent energy crisis affects a group of ten young people, who appear to be caught up in an energy conspiracy. Collapsus is the transmedia project associated with the documentary, Energy Risk. 
Collapsus is directed by Tommy Pallotta, producer of Scanner Darkly and Waking Life, and director of American Prince. Connect and stay updated with Collapsus:
 Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/collapsusnews Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/#!/collapsuspage SubmarineChannel: http://www.submarinechannel.com/

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            • ALL THE WOMEN - A Film experience

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              www.allthewomenfilm.com 5 CITIES. 366 DAYS. 366 WOMEN. 366 FILMS. Join an interactive online film about anonymous women around the world. An inspirational daily film experience shot in LONDON, MADRID, NEW YORK, PARIS and TOKYO. A Pablo Maqueda film. www.pablomaqueda.com

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              • Henry Jenkins on Transmedia - November 2008

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                Henry Jenkins is the director, Comparative Media Studies Program at MIT. In this viral-info-snack he discusses the power of media in a 21 century trans-mediated world. A world where converging technologies and cultures give rise to a new media landscape. Directed by Nikos Katsaounis

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                • How I Learned to Start a Pandemic

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                  Director Lance Weiler’s storytelling project Pandemic 1.0 is part-film, part-interactive game, part-sociological experiment, and was one of the most talked-about experiences at Sundance 2011’s New Frontier program. In this video, we learn about how this sprawling work tries to update ideas of interactivity and collaboration for the technological 21st century. Produced by Noah Nelson and Kai Hsing. Shot and edited by Kai Hsing.

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                  • Sprint "Firsts"

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                    Mothership directors Dael Oates and David Rosenbaum teamed up with Goodby Silverstein & Partners to roll out the world’s first 4G mobile phone, the Sprint HTC EVO. Titled “Firsts,” the :30 cinematic TV and in-theater commercial (with an extended :60) broke June 2nd, and showcases an elaborately choreographed domino effect toppling the world’s technological and cultural “firsts.” Visual effects were contributed by Mothership’s sister facility, Digital Domain. Credits for Sprint “Firsts” Airdate: June 2nd, 2010 for :30 “Firsts” Agency: Goodby Silverstein & Partners Partner: Jamie Barrett Producer: Cindy Epps Art Director: Nick Spahr Copywriter: James Bray Production Company: Mothership Directors: Dael Oates & David Rosenbaum President / Executive Producer: Ed Ulbrich Executive Producer: Tanya Cohen Producer: Julien Lemaitre Animation & Visual Effects by: Digital Domain, Inc. Creative Director: Aladino Debert VFX Producers: Shelby Wong, Chris Fieldhouse VFX Coordinator: Cedric Willliams CG Supervisor: Ronald D. Herbst Flame Compositor: Dave Stern Nuke Compositors: Niles Heckman, Arthur Argote Previs Artist: Jason Mortimer, Kelvin Lee Digital Artists: James Atkinson, Dustin Adair, Kirk Cadrette, Julian Fitzpatrick, Kenny Jackson, Ken Mitchel Jones, David Liu, Neil Taneja, Derek Crosby, Tom Briggs, Daisuke Nagae Matte Painter: Daniel Thron Roto Artists: Hilery Johnson Copeland, Keith Weilmuenster Trackers: Scott Gsop Edelstein, Som Shankar Editing by: Final Cut, LA Editor: Richard Learoyd Asst. Editor: Jacob Kuehl Producer: Kelly Garcia Music and Sound Design: LIME

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                    • THE ASTRONOMER

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                      http://vimeo.com/philiprgarrett/theastronomer "The Astronomer" - This experimental documentary/mashup features excerpts from an interview with Professor Tom Burns of Ohio Wesleyan University and Director of Perkins Observatory. "The Astronomer" is part of a larger project, "All Things Shining" - the video album can be found here: vimeo.com/album/2194206 **December 2014 Update: “The Astronomer” will screen at the 28th Stuttgart Filmwinter Expanded Media Festival in January, 2015. The festival focuses on interdisciplinary approaches to multimedia installations, video art, and new media, and screenings of feature, documentary and short films. // Suttgart Filmwinter Mission: “The Stuttgarter Filmwinters is an international prestigious festival of short and experimental film as well as of new media. The festival is a lab for new forms of perception and conveyance. With it's strongly multimedia and border-crossing focus, Filmwinter attempts the cinema of tomorrow.” "The surface of the Earth is the shore of the cosmic ocean... Some part of our being knows this is where we came from. We long to return… And we can. Because the cosmos is also within us. We're made of star stuff. We are a way for the cosmos to know itself." - Carl Sagan Screenings & Exhibitions // 28th Stuttgart Filmwinter Expanded Media Festival, January, 2015, Stuttgart, Germany // Official Selection, Lunacon 2014, www.lunacon.org, New York Science Fiction Society // Official Selection, 2013 Philip K. Dick Science Fiction Film Festival www.thephilipkdickfilmfestival.com // Non-competition Selection, 2013 ISFFA, International Science Film Festival of Athens (Athens, Greece) http://caid.gr/?page_id=549 // Official Selection, 2013 Film Festival of Columbus www.filmfestivalofcolumbus.com // Opened for GRAVITY, Gateway Film Center, October 7th, 2013 + talkback with Prof. Tom Burns and Phil Garrett // Curated Exhibition: "Ad Interim: Process Oriented Works From The School Of Design Arts At CCAD" September 19th through October, Shot Tower Gallery at Fort Hayes. www.fthayes.com/fthayes.com/Gallery.html // Columbus Moving Image Art Review, Fall 2012 www.movingimageart.wordpress.com/cmiar-artists/ Online // Astronomical Society of East Texas (ASET) www.asetexas.com // Candlelight Stories, the blog of photographer/filmmaker Alessandro Cima www.candlelightstories.com // Magnolia’s Atlas http://malagolasatlas.blogspot.com/2013/07/the-astronomer-film-by-phil-garrett.html // Sorekara 2.0 http://sorekara20.blogspot.com/2012/12/phil-garrett-astronomer.html // Ain't It Cool's Saturday Shorts, February 16th, 2013: aintitcool.com/node/61020 Video Background // Interview conducted at Perkins Observatory, Delaware, Ohio, Friday, 11 May 2012. // Directed/edited by Phil Garrett, shot by Alan Weisenberger. // Special Thanks to Prof. Tom Burns. // Project creative inspirations include the works of Caral Sagan, Terrence Malick, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Harlan Ellison, Jason Silva, Eliot Rausch, my fellow MFAs, Ridley Scott, Biosphere, Damon Lindeloff/Carlton Cuse, and many others. *This is a non-commercial mashup/teaser/experimental film incorporating or inspired by: / Keiji Iwai Photography keijiiwai.com vimeo.com/keijiiwai / Sander van den Berg vimeo.com/user5612068 / Michael König vimeo.com/michaelkoenig / NASA jpl.nasa.gov **Under Creative Commons: / The Luminous Landscape vimeo.com/lumland / TSO Photography vimeo.com/terjes / Music - Hans Zimmer's "Time" from the Inception Soundtrack. Buy it on iTunes! itunes.apple.com/us/album/inception-music-from-motion/

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