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. Modular Records
    Directed by Special Problems
    with help from Sriwhana Spong, Rob Wallace, Charles Cumming and Veronica Crockford-Pound

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  3. (Official Selection: Plus Cameraimage 2012)

    Director: Abteen Bagheri
    DP: Isaac Bauman
    Producer: Tash Tan
    Production Company: Somesuch & Co
    Facilitating Line Producer: Jules Bayliss
    Editor: Leila Sarraf at Trim
    1st AD: John Clabburn
    1st AC: Alexis Castagna
    Stylist: Georgia Ashdown
    Hair/Makeup: Andrew Bagala
    Gaffer: Storm Ashwood
    Key Grip: Geoffrey Full
    VFX: Arthur Chance
    SFX: Ben Bell
    Telecine: James Bamford / Luke Morrison at The Mill
    Commissioner: Glen Goetze
    DIT: Daniel Richardson
    Playback: Peter Kraft
    PA's: Hayden Anderson, Alex Ditsas, Celia Yu
    Divers: Dean Ross, Luke Anderson, Esther Qin, Tamara Ambrose, Christian Holman, Louise Poole, Genevieve de la Motte, Nick Jeffree, Will Jeffree, Josh Chapman, Matthew Lang, Nicholas Dungan

    © 2012 MODULAR PEOPLE

    Shot in Sydney, Australia.

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  4. Directed by Eva Husson
    Produced by Mourad Belkeddar for El Niño
    Production in LA Paul Hahn for Daft Arts
    Cinematography by long-time collaborator Warren Kommers
    Editing by Emilie Orsini and Eva Husson
    Choreography by Eva Husson
    Styling by long-time companion of silliness Camille Rousseau

    Shot in LA on the Red.

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  5. If I Know You represents one of the more sublimely opulent moments from the multi award winning second album by The Presets, Apocalypso. Built from a somber chord progression and poignant tale of bitterness and lessons learned, If I Know You echoes of lonely night drives, dancing in the forest and the feeling of gallantly marching away from a spiteful lover.

    To recreate the emotionally resonant atmosphere of the song on film, The Presets have enlisted French director Eva Husson (who directed the acclaimed short for M83’s Kim and Jessie last year) to weave a poetic LA dream sequence of fire and dance.

    Husson’s tale follows an LA teen as he departs his plush family home in the Hollywood Hills in the morning light, and follows him as he walks, runs and dances his way through the picturesque Los Angeles cityscape throughout the day and into the night, climaxing at some kind of ritualistic bonfire surrounded by dancing, disaffected youth on skidrow. The video is a thrilling juxtaposition of a middle class teen from the burbs, the volatile LA environment, explosive dance and the touching electronic throb of The Presets’ track.

    As is the parlance of our times, If I Know You has been given the remix treatment from a saddle of heavies. Tom Middleton turns heartbreak into ecstasy, with a bombastic house rework, while UK new-Italo duo Heartbreak turn in a throbbing old school electro-disco jammer. Former Depeche Mode/Yazoo/Erasure production don Vince Clarke returned to the studio to whip up a mystic voodoo breakbeat version that one wouldn’t generally conceive when thinking of The Presets but makes sweet sense. Via Tania and Jori Hulkkonen teamed up under the name Tania & Jori to conjure up a completely enchanting, swirling analogue bubblebath of a cover, with Tania’s vocals replacing Julian Hamilton’s, while Israeli techno producer Chaim strips the song back to even less than bare bones, if that’s possible, for an impressively stark, minimal builder.

    If I Know You is to be released late March 2009 on Modular.

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