1. LIGHT CYCLES began as a dream, developed into a problem and spawned into a burning desire to create something that had never been done before. - "How can we create a Tron Light Bike effect, on a mountain bike?"
    Before we began testing, we had no idea if what we wanted to achieve was physically possible with the resources at our disposal. By the time we'd conducted our initial tests, we were all blown away by the results that we went ahead and continued creating this film.

    Riders - Neve Abraham, Felix Abraham, Ruben Guibert.
    VFX - Thomas Wood
    Producer - Mike Gamble
    Music - Young Collective: Luxe Gold - courtesy of, -

    For any information regarding this video, please contact -

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  2. In this video we have tried to show movement and the enormous chromatic beauty of corals, a kind of marine animals that despite being one of the oldest animals on our planet, are mostly unknown.

    You will discover its stunning beauty, its spectacular colors and the mystery of his movements.

    To capture these images it was necessary to apply the technique of time lapse as the slow movements of these animals are very difficult to see at a glance.

    The use of macro lens gives a large enough vision to contemplate the huge variety of colorful species.

    Photographic equipment:

    CANON 7D
    CANON 550D
    CANON EF 100 mm 1: 2.8 L IS USM

    To perform this video over 25000 photographs were made for approximately 1 year.

    music: Atmostra III by Cedric Baravaglio, Jonathan Ochmann and Zdravko Djordjevic.

    We like to think that with this work, we have put a small grain of sand to raise your attention about the Great Barrier Reef, one of the natural wonders of our world, endangered because of global warming and because of the industrial projects of the Government of Australia.

    Thank you for your comments and likes

    more information:


    En este vídeo hemos pretendido mostrar el movimiento y la enorme belleza cromática de los corales, unos animales marinos que pese a ser unos de los animales más antiguos de nuestro planeta, son unos grandes desconocidos.

    Descubre su sorprendente belleza , su espectacular colorido y el misterio de sus movimientos.

    Para captar estas imágenes fue necesaria aplicar la técnica del timelapse ya que es muy difícil apreciar a simple vista los lentos movimientos de estos animales.

    La utilización de objetivos macro nos ofrece una visión lo suficiente próxima como para poder contemplar la inmensa variedad de colorido de las distintas especies.

    Equipo fotográfico:

    CANON 7D
    CANON 550D
    CANON EF 100mm 1:2,8 L IS USM

    Para realizar este video se hicieron más de 25000 fotografías durante aproximadamente 1 año.

    música: Atmostra III by Cedric Baravaglio, Jonathan Ochmann and Zdravko Djordjevic.

    Nos gustaría pensar que con este trabajo hemos puesto un pequeño grano de arena para que no pasen tan desapercibidas las noticias acerca de La Gran Barrera de Coral, una de las maravillas naturales del mundo, que esta en peligro a causa del calentamiento global y de los macroproyectos industriales del Gobierno de Australia.

    Gracias por sus comentarios y likes

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  3. Colours and animations drive you deeper and deeper into vinyls.

    Direction/Animation : Bastien Dupriez
    Music : A.Zuccarelli
    August 2014

    Some selections in festivals :
    Annecy 2015 ‘Compétition’
    Ficam 2015 ‘Compétition’
    HAFF 2015 ‘Compétition’
    Animamundi 2015 ‘Compétition’
    Ottawa 2015 ‘Compétition’
    Dok Leipzig 2015 ‘Compétition’
    ReAnimania 2015 ‘Compétition’
    Anima 2016 ‘Compétition’
    LIAF 2016 ‘Abstract Showcase’
    Annecy 2016 ‘Programme spécial’

    Prizes :
    Insomnia 2016 ‘Best non-narrative or experimental film prize’

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  4. A film created by Carl Schlesinger and David Loeb Weiss documenting the last day of hot metal typesetting at The New York Times. This film shows the entire newspaper production process from hot-metal typesetting to creating stereo moulds to high-speed press operation. At the end of the film, the new typesetting and photographic production process is shown in contrast to the old ways.

    There are interviews with workers at NYT that are for and against the new technology. In fact, one typesetter is retiring on this final day as he does not want to learn the new process and technology.

    This is the first time the film has ever been available in HD from the original 16mm master film.

    See more printing, journalism, and typographic-related films at:

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  5. Designed by Devin Smith, shared with permission.

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