A limited edition 7" vinyl of the song "Oh, the wonders of the world!" is now available.
Buy it at http://tinyurl.com/onomatopee
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Early 2012, HEYHEYHEY had some time to spare and they felt the need to challenge themselves once again, so they set out to build another one of their chain reaction machines called Melvin.
Conveniently built in two old suitcases, Melvin the Mini Machine is a Rube Goldberg machine specifically designed to travel the world. Each time Melvin fully completes a run, he ‘signs’ a postcard and sticks a stamp to it - making it ready to be sent.
Like its bigger brother, Melvin the Mini Machine also has an online non-physical side which he uses to connect to the people he meets. To keep things truly mobile Melvin uses a smartphone for his online identity.
Concept, design and production by HEYHEYHEY
Starring Steye van Dam
Co-production and support: PostPanic
Camera: Diderik Evers
Music: "The wonders of the world" by Woody Veneman
Editing: Ine van den Elsen
Sound: Joris Tillmans
Styling: Annemiek Swinkels
Programming: Maarten Witteveen
Clothing by Magda
Smartphone sponsored by Blue Mango Interactive
Acclaimed short film about a bereaved man recounting his father's life.
“A wonderfully introspective, poignantly sad, short dose of autobiographical cinema, that, at times, reminds one of Chris Marker's most personal works”
(Rex Pickett, Author of 'Sideways')
“An extremely intimate film. It's almost impossible to watch it without thinking hard about the nature of mortality within one's own family.”
(Simon Ellis, BAFTA nominated Director & Winner of the International Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival, 'Soft')
“Eventide is beautiful. I loved its simplicity. I felt a sadness from the very first scene and all the way though it made me think about my own father.”
(Geoff Thompson, BAFTA winning Screenwriter. 'Brown Paper Bag')
“A very gripping and affective film. Full of emotion.”
(Babak Anvari, BAFTA nominated Director, 'Two & Two')
“Eventide is beautifully put together. Well shot and conceived...the whole experience is very poetic and moving.”
(Debbie Isitt, Director 'Nativity!', 'Confetti')
We were looking for a beautiful pourover stand to add to our brewing equipment offerings, but the options left us wanting. We set out to design an iconic, beautiful stand made by a local craftsman that would stand the test of time. We are proud to introduce the Clive Stand, a culmination of several months of design and prototyping with Delaney Kelly of Carthagh Craft & Design.
The stand is made of salvaged Oregon Walnut that was too small for other purposes and headed for the burn pile. We strived for a design aesthetic that is clean and functional with a focus on composition.
This is where it all began. It was our first attempt to design and produce one of our ideas for a film. Having done the shooting, we were not happy with the result and so we had to scrap the initial idea and start all over. We experimented and improvised with the music, the editing and the graphics until we felt we had something. Having no expectations, we posted it on vimeo. The feedback was quick and overwhelming. People’s comments from around the world, gave us the motivation to continue with more films for the series.