1. Simple machines work together to make music. (fullscreen, please)

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  2. Is it possible that the exclamation of the end of the world is able to provoke the apocalypse?

    We are inside an american printery for newspaper in the 1950s now. A freshly printed newspaper comes to the fore. The headline proclaims the end of the world and pushes us straight towards the reports of the financial crisis of nowadays at the same time. The illustration of a comet, which is running down to the earth, intensifies the impression of the approaching end.

    The film asks the question which consequences could be caused by information and news.
    With regard to the financial crisis, the metaphor is a kind of an exaggerated persiflage: only the message of the apocalypse causes the end of the world – a self-fulfilling prophecy caused by the media!

    The layout of the newspaper changes during the film parallel to the dramatic of the story.
    The first reaction releases a visual chaos which develops while the film continues. An information flood takes the audience by surprise. Letters, words, graphics, illustrations, photo collage – the whole design collapses like an avalanche and is getting rebuild in the form of the comet, which is made of terms and graphical material.

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  3. “Locus” is an short experimental animated film that reflects the way that I see things. I have always perceived the world not as a photographic reality, but rather as lines that outline physical shapes. Because of this, as a designer, I am fascinated with how a single simple element like a line can express so many different things, and how collections of lines can create shapes, forms and beautiful motions. Locus shows moments of motion that convey this vision.

    From concept to finish, created by Masaki Yokochi.

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  4. Un film de Denis van Waerebeke écrit avec Sabrina Massen
    graphisme : Montag /// animation : Juliette Hamon-Damourette /// création sonore : Ruelgo

    Voix : Michel Elias (français) - Mark Jane (anglais) - Andrea de Luca (italien)
    Equipe muséographique CSI : Dorothée Vatinel, Maud Gouy, Manon Courtay, Alisson Boiffard
    Production audiovisuelle CSI : Sabrina Massen

    Un film produit par Montag pour la Cité des sciences et de l'industrie à l'occasion de l'exposition « Bon appétit »

    Finaliste aux Vimeo awards 2010 (motion graphics) /// Best infotainment at Webcuts.10
    /// Prix du film éducatif, scientifique ou d'entreprise at Annecy 2011

    # vimeo.com/7083029 Uploaded 85.3K Plays 4 Comments
  5. Client: Vgroup, 00
    Role: Art Direction, Design, Animation, Compositing
    Date: June 2010
    Format: Short Film 1280x720 HD
    Sound: Combustion

    TRIANGLE is a video work done for the book 'Black Material' which showcases Robert Knoke's artwork.
    Curator Jens Karlson asked me to make a short animation and get Robert Knoke's black and white artwork as base for video. I chosed to create tense harmony between geometrical forms and organic movements. Combustion helped me to expand possibilites of Black material with his strong music and sound design.

    Thanks to Renascent, Combustion, Jens Karlson, Ipek Torun, Mert Kizilay, Omer Kasımoglu, Firat Parlak, also who has voted for this video for Vimeo Awards.

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    A M • N is a conceptual short film.

    The purpose of the project is to bring the viewer through a series of experiments made by a fictional corporation, the A M • N CORP who controls paranormal phenomena through technology.

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    by Gian Mario Ortu

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