1. Le Miroir tells the story of a man - in the sense of the human being - which passes from childhood to the status of "old man", the time to freshen up.

    Check out our new short film 1956: vimeo.com/137497515
    Check out the making of: vimeo.com/16651798
    Visit the official website of Le Miroir: lemiroir.tv/
    Ramon & Pedro website: ramonandpedro.com/

    // CREDITS

    Réalisé par: RAMON AND PEDRO (Antoine Tinguely et Laurent Fauchère)

    Produit par: Xavier Derigo et Isabelle Pasini

    Louis I: Zacharie Destraz
    LouisII: Jules Martinet
    Louis III: Pierrick Destraz
    Louis IV: Henri Destraz (dit Henri Dès)

    Bébé: Zoé Tinguely
    Fille sous la douche: Patricia Rodrigues

    Doublures:
    Danaé Destraz
    Cédric Dayen
    Eddy Kupper
    Pierrick Destraz
    Hans Meier

    Coach enfant: Sylvia Fardel

    Chef Opérateur: Hans Meier

    1er assistant caméra: Fabrizio Dorig

    2ème assistant caméra: Hugo Veludo

    1ère assistante de réalisation: Sonia Rossier

    2ème assistante de réalisation: Antonin Schopfer

    Scripte: Marie Chaduc

    Assistante scripte: Aurélie Aeberhard

    Régisseur général: Christophe Chiesa

    Régisseur plateau: Adrienne Bovet

    Assistant régie: Quentin Bocksberger

    Maquillage: Leticia Rochaux-Ortis

    Coiffure, implants:
    Véronique Jaggi
    Emanuelle Olivet Pellegrin

    Prothésiste dentaire: Stéphane Villeneuve

    Chef Déco: Nicolas Imhof

    Accessoiriste: Marie-Jo Saxod

    Constructeur: Pascal Baillods

    Peintre: Benoît Fontaine

    Chef électricien: Samy Emery (Luxan SA)

    Machiniste: Alberico Dos Santos (Luxan SA)

    Photographes de plateau:
    Simon Wannaz
    Guillaume Mégroz

    Montage: Water NYC

    Effets spéciaux: Moka Studio et Water NYC

    Superviseur effets spéciaux: Nicolas Elsig

    Compositing:
    Simon Wannaz
    Yoann ponti
    Arnaud Savoy

    Colorimétrie: Buxum Studio
    Coloriste: Eun Song
    Coordinateur: Chan Wong Park

    Sound Design: Capitaine Plouf
    Producteur: Frédérique Doll
    Bruiteur: Alexandre Le Mouroux
    Sound Design/Mixage: Gabriel Guérin

    Supervision Musicale: Bryan Ray Trucotte

    Musique composée par:
    Topper Headon; Mick Jones; Joe Strummer
    Interprétée par: The Clash
    Courtesy: Epic Records and Sony Music Entertainment (UK) LTD by arrangement with Sony Music Licensing

    Remerciements:
    Toute la famille Destraz
    Georges Berman
    Serge Musy
    Jean Blaise Perrin
    Serge Nidegger
    Patrick Magnin
    Daniel Balmat
    Matthias Urban et sa montre
    Anne-Rose Schwaab et Chucky
    Tali Hyman
    Francesco Solari
    François Musy
    Gabriel Hafner

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  2. Images from the same spot through one year. Audio captured at the same place. All details on how this video was made, another video of these images and a place to download all the footage here: http://eirikso.com/2008/12/27/one-year-worth-of-images-give-some-amazing-videos/

    The images are creative commons licensed and available for you to download and play with.

    # vimeo.com/2639782 Uploaded 4.3M Plays 230 Comments
  3. Every cup of coffee contains its own soul, extracted from your feeling today.every cup of coffee is like a magic show containing different journey and bringing the unending imagination and surprises.With a sip of coffee, you not only taste your own story, but also change your perspective of the world.

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    it's my first time try to make a stop-motion animation.

    I used to be a senior student majoring in commercial design who had no interest whatsoever in animation. However, last summer I saw a amazing work "SNASK" (vimeo.com/10435821) , which awakened in me a huge interest in Stop-Motion. This was also my very first encounter towards videos.

    Indeed, "Coffee Time" was adapted from Mike Crozier's animation "SNASK", I used that as a template for my own first practice video made with stop-motion. I tried to recreate the effects from "SNASK" (vimeo.com/10435821) , and I learned so much from this process. At the end of the video, I mixed in an animation containing my personal favorite coffee elements.

    It's not apply to any commercial act. It only served as my first practice of stop-motion, and I show great appreciation and respect for Mike Crozier. The original producer was notified prior to the publishing of the video. My initial intention was to humbly share my practicing result with relatives and friends. But now the consequence was totally out of my expectation. I am greatly honored by all the feedback and encouragement, which I am deeply appreciative of.

    I hope that everyone can put more emphasis on the processing. For me, a heart-touching film is like a good mentor, exerting much influence. And "SNASK" is just like a mother to me, bearing the interests for stop-motion, and inspiring me with the motive of learning. All the praises and admiration the video has received undoubtedly belongs to Mike Crozier.

    It took me one month for deliberation, production, prop preparation, almost two weeks of shooting, and 1,705 pieces of photos to finish the video.

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    Music by Les Filstool from Puberté des oreilles album (http://www.jamendo.com/en/album/70112)

    # vimeo.com/23428725 Uploaded 415K Plays 159 Comments
  4. A bookmark is stuck in a forgotten book that is one day knocked over by wind. It experiences its environment by surfing the pages that turn in to ocean-waves, enjoying the ride of its life. As the book cover closes light reveals new challenges.
    muchbetternow.net
    A short making of here: vimeo.com/33456325

    "Children Jury Award" Bristol Encounters 2012
    °Best Short" Content Award Vienna 2012
    " Bronzener Nagel" - Art Directors Club Germany 2012
    " Rookie of the Year" - Creativ Club Austria
    "Special Mention" Rome Idependent Film Festival 2012
    "3rd Price" Athens Film And Video Festival 2012

    Official Selection: ECU 2012 Paris, Vilinius Shorts, Mo & Friese Hamburg, Taafi 2012, SAL Surf At Lisbon 2012, Tyrolean Independent Film Festival 2012, Nord Nordwest, Supertoon, ...

    # vimeo.com/33822223 Uploaded 512K Plays 237 Comments
  5. I was working a gig in Vegas with a brand new Phantom Flex high speed digital cinema camera. I had to try it out. In fact, I never did go to bed that night. I opened up a wormhole shooting at 2,564 frames per second.

    Please visit my website for Phantom Flex 1080p ProRes file downloads: tomguilmette.com/archives/1986

    # vimeo.com/19819283 Uploaded 3.3M Plays 404 Comments

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