1. ∆ ∆ ∆ DOWNLOAD THE SOUNDTRACK - orchidtheatre.bandcamp.com/
    evanviera.com - - facebook.com/evanvieraanimation

    SYNOPSIS
    Through the eyes of a young girl suffering from mental illness, CALDERA glimpses into a world of psychosis and explores a world of ambiguous reality and the nature of life and death.

    DIRECTOR'S STATEMENT
    CALDERA is inspired by my father's struggle with schizoaffective disorder. In states of delusion, my father has danced on the rings of Saturn, spoken with angels, and fled from his demons. He has lived both a fantastical and haunting life, but one that's invisible to the most of us. In our differing understanding of reality, we blindly mandate his medication, assimilate him to our marginalizing culture, and entirely misinterpret him for all he is worth. CALDERA aims to not only venerate my father, but all brilliant minds forged in the haunted depths of psychosis.

    HISTORY
    CALDERA was helmed by Evan Viera (Director/Composer/Co-Writer) and Chris Bishop (Co-writer/Animation Supervisor/Story Artist) and was produced at Hampshire College. CALDERA was the first film to go through the Bit Films Incubator Program, where founder and professor Chris Perry (co-producer/editor) invites orphaned independent films to be made on campus with the College's students and resources. MANY students and industry professionals generously donated their time to the making of this film. See below for the full credits list.

    In co-production with Bit Films and Flicker Dreams Productions

    FULL CREW
    Amir Zarrin
    Andrew Chan
    Andrew Kantos
    Andrew Nighswander
    Ann Mullin
    Ashley Souza
    Audrey Condon
    Barbara Bolles
    Ben Fiske
    Chris Bishop
    Chris Perry
    Christine Stuckart
    Cristin McKee
    Dan Finnegan
    Dan Peck
    Daniel Gilbert
    Dave Boutillier
    Ed Bishop
    Edgardo Padilla
    Evan Viera
    Ian Krebs-Smith
    Jake Blais
    Jake Mazonson
    Jarred de Beer
    Jerry Chan
    Jim Levasseur
    Josh Marvel
    Katie Taccone
    Katie Wynkoop
    Liz Ellis
    Louai Abu-Osba
    Marcus Wolf
    Michael Flaherty
    Nat Stein
    Owen Granich-Young
    Perry Chau
    Raf Anzovin
    Rhea Kewalramani
    Rob Sandell
    Ryan Moore
    Sam Plattner
    Samah Majadla
    Shane Kirby
    Stephen Sues
    Taryn Johnson
    Tati Soutar
    William Young

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  2. Music: Fleet Foxes
    Album: Helplessness Blues
    Director: Sean Pecknold
    Animators: Sean Pecknold & Britta Johnson
    Character Illustrations: Stacey Rozich
    Art Assistant: Natalie Jenkins
    Producer: Aaron Ball
    Multiplane: Greg Pecknold
    Post/Edit : Sean Pecknold
    Particle FX: Britta Johnson
    AE Assist: Austin Wilson
    Sound FX: Shervin Shaeri
    Story: Sean Pecknold
    Labels: Bella Union & Sub Pop
    Made in Portland, Oregon
    Made with Dragonframe

    Please watch in HD with headphones or speakers and full screen if you really want to get crazy.

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  3. Agency: Wieden + Kennedy
    Behind the Scenes footage: Produced and Directed by Grow Film Company
    Director of Photography: Reed Harkness

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  4. NEW VIDEO!!! From the brains behind viral smash Address Is Approximate comes the smallest police chase ever seen, made using the world's smallest video projectors.

    100% projected and filmed FOR REAL without CGI trickery, Speed of Light features an escaped convict, a determined cop and a fully armed police helicopter!

    Made as a personal project by directing duo Sharp and Jenkins sharpandjenkins.com / get in touch on Facebook: facebook.com/theoryfilms / Twitter: @thetheoryuk / Commercials enquiries contact sharpandjenkins.com

    Filmed on Canon 5d MkII + HD MiniCam. Projectors kindly supplied by MicroVision.com

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  5. In early Fall 2011, I shot some footage with a pre-production model of the Canon EOS C300 for one week in NYC. I created an article and a video for Canon based on my experiences with the camera. The video is meant to poke fun at most camera test videos I've seen over the years. Canon, not thrilled with my sense of humor, does not credit or condone this video, but I think it shows a lot of the camera's strengths.

    You can read my full article about the EOS C300 here: learn.usa.canon.com/resources/articles/2011/c300_for_cinematographers.shtml

    I believe that Canon made a beautiful camera that is sensible, reliable and portable in a way that I've always dreamed a camera could be. It prioritizes great skin tone and has higher ISO sensitivity than any other camera out there.

    I know there's nothing I can say to change the minds of the RED fan club. For the rest of the skeptics, I think once you get your hands on it you'll understand how great this camera really is. Please buy this camera in January and go film some good skin tones in the dark. You'll love it.

    Thanks go out to all my friends for helping me with this.

    Read my Filmmaker Magazine interview about this video here: filmmakermagazine.com/news/2011/12/jonathan-yi-talks-about-the-canon-c300/

    This video will be broadcast on all Virgin America flights during the months of February and March on Boing Boing TV!

    Watch my super weird follow up C300 project here: vimeo.com/jonyi/math

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