1. Client: Greenpeace
    Agency: DHM

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    This short film for Greenpeace’s ongoing ‘Save The Arctic’ campaign, imagines the consequences an oil spill would have on the fragile environment, through a series of 2D animated transitions projected onto ice. We see the pristine white landscape become black as the oil seeps and engulfs the land, while the Arctic’s inhabitants like the Snowy Owl, Narwhal and Polar Bear struggle to live on. Help stop the drilling now, or say goodbye to the Arctic.

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  2. Directors - Us weareus.co.uk
    Producer - Medb Riordan
    Production Company - Academy Films / A+
    Motion Capture - The Imaginarium
    Chief Technical Officer - Rich Holleworth
    Development Producer - Tora Young
    Editor - Ed Cheesman
    Post VFX - Electric Theatre Collective
    Lead 3D Artist - James Sindle
    Post VFX Producer - Helen Sutermeister
    3D Artists: Dan Marum, Alexis Vallauri, Paul-Jules Alchie, Andy Le Cocq, Thomas Lemoine, Franck Pagnon
    Prop Master - Jonny Sabbagh
    Commissioner - Jennifer Ivory
    Label - Warner UK

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  3. BRODY CONDON: To prove her zeal one woman ate mud.

    The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum
    Ridgefield, CT
    Opening Sunday, July 15, 2012

    Brody Condon’s solo exhibition "To prove her zeal one woman ate mud.", featuring a two-channel HD video installation commissioned by The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, on view July 15, 2012 - February 24, 2013.

    Condon often designs performances that utilize live action role-playing techniques whereby he creates and populates temporary worlds, then records on video these unscripted and often disorienting interactions, documenting them in an ethnographic style.

    "To prove her zeal" was a 5 day communal situation conceived specifically for this project, located inside a seven-story mill tower and nearby farm in the small town of Wassaic, New York. Anachronistically imagining themselves inhabiting a setting part late 1800’s unorthodox monastic commune, part 1980’s new age retreat, and part extra-terrestrial biosphere, the characters engaged in daily farm chores and group encounter sessions. As the players developed their characters, these emotionally intense sessions focused on their interpersonal relationships were led by an elusive artificial intelligence embodied by an abstract sculpture, which the artist inserted into the performance as non-human character. The video projection on view at The Aldrich presents the artist's rendering of this fictional world, while a second video makes public for the first time Condon's collaborative performance workshop procedures and process.

    Credits
    Game Mechanics: Bjarke Pedersen
    Director of Photography: Paul Shin
    Production Manager: Kate Scherer
    Costume Consultation: Feral Childe
    Plant Communication: Asher Hartman
    Players: Ida Tjell, Martin Elricsson, Marie Holm-Anderson, Jaakko Stenros, Johanna Koljonen, Torgny Aanderaa, Nina Runa Essendrop, Kristoffer Thuroe

    Special thanks to Monica Ramirez-Montagut, The Wassaic Project, and On Stellar Rays, New York.

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  4. In the autumn of 1998, a profound tragedy echoed through a small Michigan farming town and twisted the well laid plans of a young prodigy in strange and inspired ways.

    Click here to share Andy's story on Twitter: http://bit.ly/ZDdG50

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    The Juggle & Cut Original Soundtrack is available for $2 here: http://bit.ly/Y0QGOt. The delivery format is high quality m4a files via Dropbox sent to your PayPal email address. Soundtrack features 5 tracks, and runs roughly 10 min.

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    Far and away in the chilling northern reaches of Michigan farm country lived 16-year-old Andy Phelps: an anomalous prodigy with a colorful resume. Andy juggled knives and fire for mass audiences, hand-made wood furnishings, thundered his motorcycle through the Midwest, captained his hockey team to a State Championship, and taught himself to unicycle and fire-breathe...all before turning seventeen. But late one autumn morning in 1998, Andy broke his neck and consequently lost the use of his hands and legs. Over a decade later, what should have been the last chapter in the life of a fabled prodigy became the first page of a new story, where against all odds he became the only known quadriplegic in an unexpected profession.

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    The process of bringing Juggle & Cut to life was one of the most challenging and ultimately rewarding projects I've ever been apart of; I hope you receive as much from hearing Andy's story as I did while assembling it. Many thanks to Andy's brother David Phelps, Eric Machiela, Eric Johnson, Wlad Marhulets, Adam Burd, Chad Terpstra, Seth Herman, and all of our incredibly generous Kickstarter supporters. We wouldn't be here now without every one of you.

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  5. “Go And Divide The Waters”
    UK, 2013, 3.17min
    A film by Kathryn Ferguson & Alex Turvey; featuring sound design by Oliver Sutherland zborough.co.uk/.
    Synopsis: "Advertising for the Soul"

    As part of Patternity's first annual celebration of pattern in culture - PATTERNPOWER: SUPERSTRIPE - Patternity and Creature of London teamed up to commission seven cutting-edge filmmakers & artists to create a series of eclectic moving-image works inspired by the themes of the exhibition. In keeping with the all-encompassing nature of the exhibition, these works span the diverse cultural domains of fashion, art, design, science, technology, the environment and beyond...
    For more on Patternity & the exhibition go to patternity.co.uk

    CREDITS:
    Directors:
    Kathryn Ferguson kathrynferguson.co.uk
    Alex Turvey alexturvey.com
    Sound Design: Oliver Sutherland zborough.co.uk
    3D: Oscar Granse
    Archive Footage: British Council britishcouncil.org
    The films are part of an archive of 120 short documentaries about British life made by the British Council during the 1940s which are now available to view, download and enjoy at britishcouncil.org/film
    Thanks to:
    British Council britishcouncil.org
    Patternity patternity.co.uk
    Creature of London creaturelondon.com

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