Animated Review

  1. Official music video of Open Reel Ensemble「 回・転・旅・行・記 with 七尾旅人」"KAI・TEN・RYO・KOU・KI with Tavito Nanao"

    Animation: Natsumi Komoto, ShiShi Yamazaki
    Director: ShiShi Yamazaki

    Singer: Tavito Nanao
    Words: Tavito Nanao
    Music : Tavito Nanao, Takumi Namba

    Open Reel Ensemble
    Vocal Code
    2015/09/02 release

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  2. "Un homme aveugle marche à travers Paris, autour de lui, la ville se réveille"

    Entièrement fait de sable, de papiers et de végétaux, ce court-métrage fait parti de la collection En Sortant de l'école, dédiée cette année à l'oeuvre de Robert Desnos. Jacques Gamblin prête sa voix à l'homme aveugle, qui nous emmène dans sa promenade matinale, des grands boulevards aux bords de Seine, et nous invite à redécouvrir, réécouter , la ville qui s'éveille autour de lui. Sa ville. Paris.


    English traduction of the poem:


    I'm not yet asleep,
    I hear your steps in the street, men who get up early,
    I recognize your steps from those of the late man's, as clearly as dawn from dusk.
    Incessantly, men are awake in the town
    At all hours of the day, people wake up,
    and others go to sleep.
    In the daytime, there are invisible star in the sky.
    The roads where we will never go.

    Day is breaking.
    I hear your steps at dawn,
    Industrious morning workers.
    The sun can already be felt behind the mist.
    The river flows more nonchalantly.
    The sidewalk rings out with footsteps.
    The sounds of the cloaks is clearer.
    Here come the uncertain month of March and the languid spring.
    You get up, light yourself, shine,
    A greasy figure on the sidewalk,
    Town, town where I live,

    "A blind man is walking through Paris, while the city wakes up."

    Entirely made of paper, plant and sand, this short-film is part of the Tv Collection "En Sortant de l'école", dedicated to the work of the french poet Robert Desnos. Jacques Gamblin is the voice of the blind man, and brings us with him in his morning walk, from the boulevards to the Seine River. He invites us to listen carefuly to the noises and sound of the city who wakes up. His city . Paris.

    Réalisation : Justine Vuylsteker
    Animation : Marion Auvin
    Animation sable : Justine Vuylsteker
    Son : Yan Volsy, Julien Divisia
    Bruitages : Gregory Vincent
    Voix: Jacques Gamblin


    Festival Image par image, Soirée d'ouverture - Val d'Oise
    Croq'anim-Festival du court-métrage de Paris, Soirée d'Ouverture
    FICAM - Festival International du Cinéma d'Animation de Meknès
    Chicago International Children’s Film Festival
    KUKI - International Short Film Festival for Children and Youth - Berlin
    Séquence Court-Métrage - Toulouse
    Festival National du film d'animation de Bruz
    Un Poing c'est court - Vaulx-en-Velin

    Projeté à la Cinémathèque Québécoise, dans le cadre d'une rétrospective autour de Paris

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  3. A music video that Lee Hardcastle, Nicos Livesey, Luke George, Carmen Mason and I animated. It was shot by Christophe Leignel and directed by Nicos Livesey from the production company - Blink Ink.

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  4. The third in the series of 'information you most likely didn't know about stuff... '. This time it's about Kate Middleton.

    Check out episode 1 (I Didn't Know That - about Elton John) here:
    Check out episode 2 (I Didn't Know That - about The Beatles) here:

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  5. A tough night in a tough city.
    ¡POST-CREDITS SEQUENCE (not a minute of credits, I'm not a monster)!
    Full screen and loud, please and thank you.
    Contains cartoon violence. Happy Halloween!
    Directed by Arthur Metcalf (animated, designed, blah blah blah)
    Music by Dance with the Dead
    Sound Design by Arjun G. Sheth
    Extradimensional Consultant - Anthony Luigi Santoro
    Voices - Peter Ahern, Arthur Metcalf
    No festivals yet. Not waiting for them. Films are for the people!

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