1. A short film about letterpress and one of the few remaining movable-type printing workshops in the UK, situated at Plymouth University, featuring Paul Collier. plymouth.ac.uk

    Subtitles available here: http://goo.gl/iuaKY

    A film by Danny Cooke dannycooke.co.uk
    Soundtrack by Tony Higgins tonyhiggins.org
    (Available to download here: http://goo.gl/exGL1)

    Follow us on twitter @dannycooke @junior85

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  2. Take a moment to think, can you imagine what a hundred thousand birds would look like flying through the sky? Personally, I wouldn’t know what to think.

    Maybe a ton of birds ramming into each other and crashing to the ground? Amazingly though, the answer is the patterns you see in this video.

    First film to be featured in the Cine-Amadora Festival Internacional de Cinema

    This video was shown at PSSST! 5. FESTIVAL NIJEMOG FILMA [silent film festival] Cinema Europa, Zagreb, Croatia

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  3. Space pilot Marvin has the most boring job in the universe - but something lurks in the shadows of his space ship...

    Animated scifi short film influenced by many science fiction classics, and a few contemporary scifi shows/animations. Produced by the demoscene group JUNK in 2008.

    Won the Best Animation Award at BreakPoint, Germany in 2008.
    Won the Best New Talent Award at Aarhus Filmfestival, Denmark in 2008.
    Won the Best Animation Award at Balticon, USA in 2010.

    Director: Henrik Bjerregaard Clausen
    Writer: Søren Pødenphant Andersen
    Year: 2008

    Matte paintings: Michael La-Cour
    3D modelling & texturing: Søren Pødenphant Andersen, Michael La-Cour
    Character animation: Søren Pødenphant Andersen, Michael La-Cour
    Cinematography: Henrik Bjerregaard Clausen

    Storyboard consultant: Ignacio Ferreras

    Original music & sound editing: Rasmus Kudahl Kaae Munch
    Final sound mix & mastering: Lars Christophersen

    Editing & compositing: Henrik Bjerregaard Clausen

    Produced by JUNK with support from ANIS & Open Workshop

    Copyright © 2008 JUNK

    Has been in competition and/or screened at multiple film festivals all over the world, including:
    Premio Cinematografico, Italy
    Big Cartoon Festival, Russia
    Viewster Online Filmfest
    Big Cartoon Festival, Russia
    Animago, Germany
    Chattacon 38, USA
    Reel 13 Indie Film Competition
    Paris (60th) "Mars Attacks", France
    Celluart, Germany
    ShortCUTS, Germany
    Fantaspoa, Brazil
    Macou Cultural Center, China
    Backup Festival, Germany
    Gwacheon Intl. SF Festival, Korea
    Kurye Video and Digital Arts Festival
    Tricycle Cinema pre Source Code, UK
    ICON Intl. SciFi Festival, Israel
    Brain Wash, UK
    IMAGINE Film Festival, NL
    Animayo, Spain
    Viewfinders IFF, Canada
    Roanne Intl. Fest. of Short Anim, FR
    APOX Film Festival, Croatia
    Balticon Sunday Night Short FF, US
    TriCity Indie Fan Film Fest, US
    Nemo Festival, France
    Minimalen, Norway
    Fredrikstad Anim. Festival, Norway
    Siggraph, USA
    Fantastisk Film Festival, Sweden
    Cortoons Int. Short FF, Italy
    Red Stick Int. FF, USA
    Anima Mundi, Brazil
    Animated Encounters, UK
    Cartoons on the Bay, Italy
    Cinanima, Portugal
    Int. Trickfilm-Festival, Germany
    Bath Film Festival, UK
    Arcipelago, Italy
    Artimotion, Italy
    Motion CUBE, Italy
    Up-and-Coming Intl. FF, Germany
    London Intl. Animation Fest, UK
    Melbourne Intl. Anim Fest, Australia
    Australian Intl. Anim Fest, Australia
    Sydney Intl. Anim Fest, Australia
    MaxCon, Czech Republic
    HD Fest, USA
    Computer Space, Bulgaria
    Anchorage Filmfestival, USA
    Siggraph Asia, Singapore
    Platforma Video8, Greece
    OneDotZero Adventures in Motion, UK

    junkworks.org
    henrikbclausen.com
    twitter.com/henrikbc

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  4. Some people say that what you put on the internet never goes away. Perhaps it's just a cautious way of thinking about what you upload, but in reality, things really do fade away. And if a particular datum isn't ever completely eradicated in your lifetime, it gets diluted among the huge amount of data that get uploaded everyday.

    It was on this theme that I created Fade Away 1 for my Introduction to Physical Computing final. It performs a twitter search for the term "fade away" and uses an ultra violet laser diode to write these tweets on a phosphorescent surface. Each character has been programmed into an Arduino, which controls the servo motors and the laser.

    More information here: http://mattrichardson.com/Fade-Away/

    # vimeo.com/33775927 Uploaded 12.2K Plays 4 Comments
  5. Round and round the Roundhouse. Ron Arad and Marcus Hirst take the two nuns bike for a spin in the Roundhouse.

    Music used with kind permission from Devendra Banhart.

    # vimeo.com/31088161 Uploaded 95.6K Plays 4 Comments

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