Featuring: Dylan Rieder, John Rattray, Shuriken Shannon, Tom Karangelov, Jordan Taylor, Arto Saari, Oscar Meza, Dominik Dietrich, Jon Goemann, Jared Huss, Sam Winter, Jake Johnson, Stefan Janoski, Ben Nordberg
A music video I directed and animated for Joker's Daughter. A collaboration between Helena Costas and Danger Mouse.
This video was completely handmade using painted paper puppets, painted backgrounds and actual objects which I animated frame by frame on a 6 level multi-plane.
Director: Hayley Morris
Executive Producer: Randi Wilens, RW Media
Production Company: Curious Pictures
Producer: Hilary Downes
Director of Photography: Abe Spear
Head of Production: John Cline
Executive Producer: Mary Knox
Record Label: Domino Recording Co.
Video Commissioner: Fiona Ghobrial
This is the story of Adi Dassler, founder of adidas and one of the world's most original thinkers. Set entirely in his workshop, this stop frame animation recounts some of his most important inventions and shows us the influence he's had over sport as we know it today.
The set was built to 1/3 scale and the correct materials were used in making each prop.
Creatives: Dario Nucci and Sam Coleman
Director: Martin Krejci
Song: Opaque Drum Solo by Solace from the album Ahsas:
This film is a little bit of an experiment - what would happen if I gave myself 1 week to film, $50 and made the very first thing that popped into my head, no matter how ridiculous the idea, trying to go with the flow, being productive rather than procrastinating, and not over thinking anything (having previously felt constrained through creating a poem in a very strict style, this was a way of trying to clear out the cobwebs).
The result is difficult to explain and quite stream of conscioussness like. It loosely represents how humans are tied to the mechanics of time. We can relive the past through memories, or imagine the future, but our physical bodies cannot stop being a part of the process of time, evolutionary time etc
Creator credits at end of the film.
The Block Gallery Space, Queensland University, Australia
FMX 2010, Animation, Effects, Games and Interactive Media, Stuttgart, Germany
Chromatose Anymation Festival, Canada
Shanghai World Expo, China
FILE - Electronic Language Festival, Sesi Art Gallery, Sau Paulo, Brazil 2010
Media Centre, Leicester, UK, 2010
PlanetArt Amsterdam, Netherlands, 2010
Atopic Media Festival, Paris, France, 2009
Miami Mini Animation Festival, Miami, USA, 2009
Media Art Institute, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 2009
Cambridge Film Festival 2009, Cambridge, UK, 2009
Time, Transcendence, Performance Conference, Monash University, Australia, 2009
Jury award winner at Machinexpo 2009
This animated/live film is a part of an ongoing project entitled, "The Tale of The Crippled Boy." There are currently about sixty five articulated characters included in the production along with multiple sets, a theatrical stage, music and photographs.
Music by John Frame