Animated Review

  1. A simple hitman job. Things don't go as expected.

    Directed by Tomas Vergara
    Characters by Mauricio Galvez
    Music and SFX by Jay Taylor

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    Scenario, design, animation, sound: Grzegorz Nowiński

    The Royal Castle in Warsaw, being a symbol of the sovereignty of the Polish State, became a target for German military attacks as early as in the first days of the World War II. On 17 September 1939 it was in flames. Apart from the firemen and city wardens, also soldiers, harcerze (scouts) and civilians were helping to put the fire out. At the same time Polish museum workers and conservators, risking their own lives, were trying to salvage the most precious art collections, as well as decorative elements from the most important Castle rooms (eg. fragments of flooring, fireplaces, stucco works and frescos). The act of destruction was completed during the Warsaw Uprising in September 1944, when German sappers blasted the Castle walls.
    Decision to begin the reconstruction was however not made until January 1971. In 1977 first interiors were ready. The next ones were delivered in July 1984. The rebuilding of the Castle was accompanied by an immense involvement of the Polish nation. The whole investment was financed almost in full with the money coming from donations of Poles at home and abroad.
    Handing the reconstructed Castle to the nation was an act of honouring all of those, who, during the Occupation, with greatest dedication and risking their own lives, salvaged the Castle and the Castle art works for the future generations.

    The exhibition at the Royal Castle in Warsaw / Poland.

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  3. This animation by Studio Yog and LOBOTOMY was drawn on the isometric grid of XYZ Note, a sketchbook designed by Seoul studio KAMKAM. Each drawing in the animation responds to the rhythm of the music.

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  4. This video was created with over 12,000 pieces of construction paper, shown as it was shot, with no effects added in post.

    "Love Is Making Its Way Back Home" is featured on Josh Ritter's new EP, Bringing In The Darlings. Available now.
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    Director : Erez Horovitz
    Concept : Sam Cohen + Erez Horovitz
    Illustrator : Sarah Graves
    Text Illustrator : Savannah Wolf
    Lead Production : Marlie Pesek + Eric Giordano
    Photo Editor : Felipe Sanchez
    Technical Director : Ali Mohammed
    Grip : James Wells
    Production Assistants : Paige Ellis, Jacqueline Geisheimer, Angelina Zhou, Jesse Ashcraft-Johnson, Jovin Cronin, Faizan Ahmed, Ricardo Gonzalez

    Produced at Danger!Awesome, special thanks to Nadeem Mazen and Ali Mohammed
    Shot at Industry Lab, special thanks to Jamie Zigelbaum
    Rigging provided by High Output, special thanks to Joe McLeish

    And thanks to Jen Stark and Ghost Robot for their incredibly inspirational work.

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  5. Pixelord - Keramika EP (Vinyl and Digital)
    Released by: HIT AND HOPE
    Video directed by Alex Sky

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