- The larger our past gets the smaller our present feels -
The 2011 BAFTA award winning short film from Mikey Please.
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A FILM BY: http://www.MikeyPlease.co.uk
MUSIC COMPOSITION: Benedict Please (http://www.TheBookshopBand.bandcamp.com/)
MUSIC PERFORMANCE: http://www.BenedictPlease.co.uk & http://www.myspace.com/StringbeansQuartet
SOUND DESIGN: Benedict Please
DUBBING MIXER: http://www.MauricioDOrey.com
PETER EAGLEMAN http://www.DavidCann.co.uk
PHILIP Tony Guilfoyle
set design & model making:
Mikey Please, http://www.AmerInCamera.co.uk, http://www.DanOjari.com, Gemma Taylor, Laura Bateman, http://www.SeanRobertHogan.com, Steve Hutton, John Wilkinson, Rebecca Fox, TD Van Der Beek, Jessie baker
A new film combing animation with live action conceived and directed by Joshua Frankel, about the architecture of New York City blasting off into outer space and resettling on Mars. The film’s visuals are an animated collage combining live action footage, animated elements, illustrations and treated photographs, including photos taken by the Mars rovers Spirit and Opportunity made available to the public domain by the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
Plan of the City was created in collaboration with composer Judd Greenstein and NOW Ensemble, an acclaimed "indie classical" chamber ensemble; the ensemble, including Greenstein, feature prominently in the film as live actors set inside the animated framework.
The audio of the film consists solely of Greenstein's Change, performed by NOW Ensemble; Change and Plan of the City were created in parallel, each expressing its own artistic intention while simultaneously serving its "sibling".
The film was presented with the music performed live, timed to the film, at Le Poisson Rouge in New York City in May, 2011. It also exists as its own stand-alone entity, utilizing NOW Ensemble's recent studio recording of Change(out on New Amsterdam Records).
Director: Joshua Frankel
Music: “Change”, composed by Judd Greenstein and performed by NOW Ensemble
Cast: Sara Budde, Patrick Burke, Logan Coale, Mark Dancigers, Judd Greenstein, Michael Mizrahi, Alexandra Sopp, Susie Simpson, Celia Au, Jonthan Chang, Dan Chen, William Lex Ham, Ting Hu, Tammi Lee, Doua Moua, Rachel Shapira
Producer: Elissa Federoff
DP: Clayton Combe
Choreographer: Will Rawls
AD: Rachel Horlick
Key Grip: Christopher Fisher
Gaffer: Justyn Davis
Props: Eve Biddle
Script Supervisor: George Westberg
Stylist: Jenni Shaw
Asst Stylist: Julianne Laney
Casting Lauren Charkow
PAs: Clark Frankel, Daisuke Kasagawa, John Kitsis
Edited by: Joshua Frankel and George Westberg
Greenscreen Keying and Rotoscoping: Spline VFX
VFX Supervisor: Leslie Chung
Tools Development: Clay Budin, Dan Fast
Digital Artists: Dave C Frankel, Carolyn Frisch, Rio Harrington, Minwoo Lee, Suzanne Porush, Hyun Jung Ra, David Sarma, Adam Yost
Studio and Invaluable Support provided by My Active Driveway
Images of Mars Courtesy of NASA/Jet Propulsion Laboratory - Caltech
Made possible with a generous grant from New York State Council On The Arts
Wanted es una empresa de Recursos Humanos especialista en selección de mandos intermedios y directivos.
Su posicionamiento es algo diferente; en su sector se utiliza un lenguaje propio de los negocios y quizá algo frío y altisonante.
Wanted piensa que realmente los recursos humanos deben ser recursos, pero sobre todo deben ser humanos.
Basado en ese posicionamiento planteamos a Wanted hacer 10 tips, diez consejitos para ser más feliz en el trabajo: unos para reducir la ansiedad, otros para evitar los malos rollos, para sentirse mejor.
Redactamos los diez tips y los enviamos en forma de galleta, para endulzar el trabajo y la vida.
Wanted is a human resources company specialized in selection of officers and senior jobs.
This company is a little bit different than others. In this sector it is utilized a language of business and sometimes cold and bombastic.
Wanted thinks that human resources must be resources, but humans too.
Based in these ideas, we purpose to Wanted to do ten tips to be more happy at work: some of them to reduce anxiety and others to avoid bad feelings, for to be better.
We wrote ten tips and we did them as if they are cookies, to do more sweet the job and the life.
Now, we did this video and here we leave it
10 Tips To Be Happy At Work:
1. Negative energy? No thanks! / We don´t want bad feelings!
2. Celebrate your successes!/ You deserve them!
3. Have always fruit close to you
4. Make a better world with your work/ and make others be happy!
5. Ask to Loli about her son/ it will be a great present.
6. Forget the ties!/Nothing must drowning you!
7. Redecorate your desk/ before-after
8. Stay away from gossips/ Oh my god! unbelievable!
9. Doodle while you are on the phone
10.Inspire, expire, talk…/The sun always comes out
Film by Eric Minh Swenson. Music by James Lucchesi
Lora Schlesinger Gallery presents Peter Shire's Cups, 1974 - 2012 featuring a body of work focused on more than 30 years of ceramic cups, that have never before been exhibited. The show is the artist's first solo exhibition with the gallery. It opens Saturday, April 21 from 5 - 7 pm and is on view through June 9, 2012.
Peter Shire is recognized for being an innovative and unclassifiable artist. Since the 1970's Peter Shire has been at an intersection where craft, fine art, architectural and industrial design collide. He is not a "traditional" ceramist and his ceramics push the boundaries and preconceived notions of clay. For nearly four decades Peter Shire has made a collection of teapots, cups and other functional items typically found in domestic settings with atypical designs. The works have challenged ideas of form versus function, and have become sculptural objects occupying domestic settings.
Cups, 1974 - 2012 is a body of work focused on Shire's interpretation of a commonly used vessel, but are in no shape or form commonplace objects. A few of the works in the show have fragile thin walls that appear as if they could be easily chipped if touched by human lips. Their painterly surfaces and sculptural elements added or removed, give each cup an individual personality and sense of presence. Some of the larger cups have bases, handles and sculptural elements that look like assemblages or collages of ideas sculpted with clay. The cup Peach With Tamago Slice is an example of a cup that has been cleverly and colorfully compiled to create a playful construction whose changing surface and multiple textures propel the eye into multiple moments of discovery. Peter Shire's work continues to challenge conventional mass produced objects with a keen sense of design and personal touch. He has built his career freely combining architectural concepts, design principles, fine art and craft without letting solemnity overwhelm the seriousness of play.
Peter Shire lives and works in Echo Park, Los Angeles. He is a graduate from the famous Chouinard Art Institute in Los Angeles. He has had over 100 solo exhibitions nationally. His work can be found in over 35 museums world wide, including the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Smithsonian American Art Museum, the Victoria & Albert Museum and The Israel Museum. He has completed over 25 public art works including the North Hollywood Gateway, The Ahmanson Music Center in Los Angeles, the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority on Wilshire and Vermont, and many more.
For more info on Eric Minh Swenson or project inquiries visit his website :thuvanarts.com