1. Stanley's life runs like clockwork, until a chance encounter with a mysterious girl turns his world upside down...

    About the film:
    Stanley Pickle is a short pixilation film shot entirely on a stills camera on 2 sets and 2 locations at the NFTS. The film premièred on to the festival circuit in June 2010 at the Edinburgh International Film Festival, where it picked up the McLaren Award for New British Animation, followed by Oscar qualification at the US première LA Shorts where the film won Best Experimental. After a whirlwind journey through 2011/12 greeting diverse festival audiences worldwide, humbled by winning many more awards, screening on Virgin Atlantic Flights, broadcast in France, Spain and the US, being part of BAFTA Brits to Watch and distributed on iTunes, it's great to be able to say the film is finally available to view online.

    For more information:
    Short of the Week: http://www.shortoftheweek.com/2012/12/10/stanley-pickle/
    Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Stanley-Pickle-Film-2010/125239054175544
    Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/stanleypickle

    Available on Amazon and iTunes Worldwide: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/movie/stanley-pickle/id531435151

    Winner of 33 International Awards:
    Edinburgh International Film Festival 2010 (McLaren Award for New British Animation)
    Chicago International Festival, USA 2010 (WINNER Best Animation) (Academy Recognized)
    LAShorts International Film Festival 2010 (Best Experimental Short Film) (Academy recognized)
    Raindance Film Festival, London 2010 (Best UK Short)
    Festival du Film Britannique de Dinard 2010 (Prix Du Mielleur Court Metrage)
    Cinanima Film Festival, Portugal 2010 (Best Student Film)
    KROK International Animated Film Festival, Russia 2010 (Best Graduation Film)
    The Golden Kuker, Bulgaria, 2010 (Best Short Between 10- 20 minutes)
    E-Magiciens The European Young Digital Design Conference
    2010 (Canal+ award)
    Metropolitan Film Festival, New York 2010, (Best Animation)
    Jury Choice- 1st Prize Black Maria Film and Video Festival 2011
    Verna Fields Award in Sound Editing 58th MPSE Awards for Dario Swade 2011
    Best Animated Short Omaha Film Festival 2011
    Best Short + Grand Jury Prize at San Diego Indiefest 2011
    Best Student Production Post Grad Award at Learning on Screen Conference, London 2011
    Short Wave Award, Monstra Animation Festival Portugal 2011
    Vision Innovation Award, New York Digital Short Film Festival 2011
    Best Student Film ECU Paris 2011
    Best Short Film Arizona international Film Festival 2011
    Outstanding Achievement in Short Film Making Newport Beach Film Festival 2011
    Best Animation Seattle True Independent Film Festival 2011
    Best Short + Best Sound Design DMVIFF Washington DC 2011
    Anca Award Fest Anca Slovakia 2011
    Outstanding Visual Achievement Van D'or Awards, Cannes in a Van 2011
    Best Short Film Wild Rose Independent Film Festival 2011
    Distinctive Achievement in Costume Wild Rose Independent Film Festival 2011
    Distinctive Achievement in Editing Wild Rose Independent Film Festival 2011
    Distinctive Achievement in Animation Wild Rose Independent Film Festival 2011
    Best Cinematography Seattle Short Film Festival 2011
    Best Animation or Experimental Film Tbilisi Student Film Fest Georgia 2012
    Best Experimental at Calaveras International Film Festival California 2012

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  2. In this new Red Giant short film, from the creators of Plot Device, a scientist must prevent a new, powerful technology from falling into the wrong hands.

    Learn more about filmmaking and visual effects at redgiant.com.

    Credits:

    Director: Seth Worley
    Executive Producer: Aharon Rabinowitz
    Producers: Neil Hoppe, Shannon Hoppe
    Writers: Seth Worley, Neil Hoppe, Aharon Rabinowitz
    Associate Producers: Mark Cowart, Josh Auman
    Director Of Photography: Mark Cowart
    Art Designer: Paul Conrad
    Music: Ben Worley
    Visual Effects: Seth Worley, Harry Frank, Aharon Rabinowitz, Matt Hail, Cameron Childs
    Gaffer/B Camera Operator: Chris Adams
    Assistant Camera: Justin Wylie
    Sound: Matt Hail
    Grips: Cameron Childs, Nick Serban IV
    Script Supervisor: Jeremy Flick
    Production Assistants: Tabby Reed, Joshua Briggs, Caleb Watson, Alex Keller

    Filmed at BE Music & Entertainment, The Terrazzo in Nashville TN

    Created with Trapcode Suite 12
    Also Created with Magic Bullet Suite, Effects Suite, Keying Suite, PluralEyes, Retrograde

    Special Thanks: Crumplepop, Re:Vision FX, Video CoPilot, Rampant Design, Smartsound, Michael Blanton, Kevin Jarrell, Brent Hoppe, Dennis Worley, Doug Paisley, Eddie Lunn III, Mike Fernandez, Ray Mullican, Jake Stansell, David Coalter, Juan Salvo, Max Taylor
    Special Thanks: Peder Norrby

    Cast:

    Harp: Darren Vandergriff
    Burke: Emily Landham
    Melnik: Chip Arnold
    Grenade Thug: Neil Hoppe
    Paint Can Thug: Micah Lanier
    Bees Thug: Ben Worley
    Scientists: Matt Hail, Cameron Childs, Nick Serban IV, Paul Conrad
    Harp Stand-Ins: Micah Lanier, Ben Worley

    Get the original TEMPO film score by Ben Worley @ benworley.bandcamp.com/album/tempo-original-music-from-the-short-film

    Learn more about filmmaking and visual effects at redgiant.com.

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  3. Film selected for the 68. Venice Film Festival
    Orizzonti Competition
    World Premiere
    第68回ヴェネチア映画祭オリゾンティ部門ノミネート・ワールドプレミア上映

    Facebook : MIRAI MIZUE calf.jp

    We went for it without any hesitation.
    We've formed the world at a quickening pace.
    What on earth is this world that we' ve created?

    私たちは振り向くことなく突き進んだ
    私たちは加速度的に世界を形成していった
    私たちが築いたこの世界は、いったい何だったんだろうか?

    MODERN No.2
    4'10"/color/DCP/16 : 9/stereo/Japan/2011
    Director Mirai Mizue
    Writer Mirai Mizue
    Editor Mirai Mizue
    Animation Mirai Mizue
    Music twoth
    Sound Design twoth
    Color Design Mirai Mizue Saori Shiroki

    Director's Statement
    Using a sheet of graph
    paper, which is typically
    used for architectural drawings,
    I combined straight lines which
    stretch out in three directions to
    construct the visual. I think that
    original fascination with animation is the
    limitations. To challenge the limitations,
    I started creating animation by using minimal
    elements. Apparently, it looks like computer
    graphics though it's really digital animation
    drawn by hand.

    Contact
    Tamaki Okamoto - CaRTe bLaNChe
    +33 1 70 32 39 16
    +33 6 24 27 73 64 (cell)
    tmk@c-a-r-t-e-blanche.com
    c-a-r-t-e-blanche.com/

    Biography
    Mirai Mizue was born in 1981 in Tokyo and studied
    animation at the Tama Arts University from 2002. He is
    known by for his love of cells in his non-narrative
    animation films. His films have been nominated in some
    major animation festivals like Annecy, Zagreb, Ottawa
    and Hiroshima. DEVOUR DINNER won the Second Prize
    in Animadrid. In SICAF he made a commissioned film
    from the festival in 2009 and was a member of Selection
    Committees in 2010. As an illustrator, he provides his
    drawings to some Japanese novelists. He is also a
    member of Japan Animation Association and a teacher
    in O-HARA school.

    Filmography - Festivals (selected)
    『MODERN No.2』2011
    Venice Film Festival 2011/nominated
    『AND AND』2011
    Fantoche International Animation Festival Baden 2011/nominated
    『TATAMP』2011
    Stuttgart International Festival of Animated Film 2011/nominated
    『MODERN』2010
    Hida International Animation Festival of Folktales and Fables 2010/Semi Grand Prix
    『PLAYGROUND』2010
    Annecy International Animated Film Festival 2010/nominated
    『METROPOLIS』2009
    Animation Film Festival "Animated Dreams" 2010/nominated
    『JAM』2009

    The World Festival of Animated Film in Zagreb 2010/nominated
    『DEVOUR DINNER』2008
    Animadrid2009/Second Prize
    『LOST UTOPIA』2007
    Ottawa International Animation Festival 2008/nominated

    c) 2011 Mirai Mizue

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  4. For information, awards and credits see maxhattler.com/sync
    For updates join facebook.com/maxhattler

    **** SYNC. A CIRCULAR LOOPING ANIMATION PROJECTION INSTALLATION BY MAX HATTLER ****

    NSFW - DON'T OPERATE HEAVY MACHINERY AFTER WATCHING - BEST IN HD FULL-SCREEN WITH SOUND ON HEADPHONES - WITH TIME ON YOUR HANDS - CONTAINS FLICKER!

    Sync "is based on the idea that there is an underlying unchanging synchronisation at the centre of everything; a sync that was decided at the very beginning of time. Everything follows from it, everything is ruled by it: all time, all physics, all life. And all animation." (Max Hattler, 2011, 'Sync: Circular Adventures in Animation' in Virginie Selavy (ed.) The End: An Electric Sheep Anthology - strangeattractor.co.uk/books/the-end/)

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  5. Directed by Alex Takacs and Joe Nankin
    — youngreplicant.com
    DP: Adam Kauper
    AC: Andrew Taylor
    Wardobe: Lina Lund Mortensen
    cargocollective.com/linalund
    Make-up: Maria Lee
    — marialeemakeup.com/
    VFX, Edit, Post: Alex Takacs
    Featuring: Takumi Akin, Jane Kilcullen,
    Molly Garber, Genevieve Ward
    PAs: Ben Krueger, Katherine Carlsburg,
    Andrew Scott Levy, Marcus Inglizian,
    Will Wiesenfeld, Mario Luna

    Very special thanks: Mike Prior, Jason Wolchuk,
    Gina Dell'Amico, Jasmin Avila, Mackenzie McNabb,
    Erik Krasney, Robert Giardina, Judith Dryland, Nimrod Zalmanowitz

    Baths is Will Wiesenfeld,
    song 'Lovely Bloodflow' is from the
    debut album 'Cerulean' out now on anticon.

    bathsmusic.com
    anticon.com

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