1. A short film by Benny Box.

    Sometimes a song can get stuck in your mind. Become a little piece of unwanted music, that keeps looping for the rest of your day.

    Neurologists claim that stuck songs are like thoughts we're trying to suppress. The harder we try not to think about them, the more we can't help it. The phenomenon is also known as earworms, and the ongoing ‘dim di da da dum’ causes a kind of brain itch you can't scratch. 

    Jazz that nobody asked for is an ode to all those unwanted songs out there, that have nowhere to go. The music that haunts this film, is the amazing swing jazz tune 'Quaker City Jazz' by the long forgotten ‘Jan Savitt and his Top Hatters’. In 1937 they were the first jazz big band to feature an african american vocalist.

    The film is made without any financing, and has no commercial purpose. The love of all things animated has been the driving force for the small team of 3 persons that has created it.



    Directors: Rune Fisker & Esben Fisker

    Idea: Rune Fisker & Esben Fisker

    Storyboard: Rune Fisker

    Animatic: Rune Fisker

    Character design: Rune Fisker

    Background design: Esben Fisker

    Animation: Pawel Binczycki, Rune Fisker, Esben Fisker

    Compositing: Rune Fisker, Esben Fisker, Pawel Binczycki

    Sound design: Pawel Binczycki

    Music: 'Quaker City Jazz' by Jan Savitt and his Top Hatters 'Intro' by Balkan Balagan

    Produced by Benny Box

    # vimeo.com/59584804 Uploaded
  2. music video for the upcoming concert season @ Bellavista Social Pub.
    Director: Bante
    DOP: L.Semplici
    Hero: Moussa Kaba
    producer: frisca
    dog: ultimo
    Produced by Filmatindustriali

    # vimeo.com/4249739 Uploaded 117K Plays 68 Comments
  3. A Forest Year was made from 40,000 still images taken from my front window over 15 months, and were blended into the film.

    Find out more about how it was made at motionkicker.com

    Special thanks to Johnny_RIpper for letting me use his music.

    # vimeo.com/59095595 Uploaded 711K Plays 35 Comments
  4. A time lapse video of Comet Pan-STARRS at sunset with the crescent moon setting together.

    Taken from Altadena, California

    replaced with a full-HD 1920x1080p version on 3/14/13

    # vimeo.com/61783393 Uploaded 102K Plays 17 Comments
  5. For more info about PLANETARY (formerly CONTINUUM) and how you can support order the film, check out: weareplanetary.com.
    Follow us on Twitter (twitter.com/WeArePlanetary) and Like us on Facebook (facebook.com/planetarycollective) to stay connected.

    PLANETARY is a feature length documentary that expands on the mind-blowing perspective shared by astronauts and indigenous elders alike — that each and every one of us is inseparable from each other, the planet and the universe as a whole, a realisation that is both humbling and comforting. If more of us start to experience the simple truth of our interdependence and connection, we believe there is hope for the next stage in our human journey. PLANETARY is meant to inspire awe and wonder by seeing things as they are, placing our individual stories in the context of the larger planetary / cosmic story.

    Peter Russell – physicist and author of ‘The Global Brain’
    Mae Jemison – astronaut, doctor & science educator
    David Loy – Buddhist scholar and author of ‘The World is Made of Stories’
    Joanna Macy – environmental activist and author
    Wade Davis – anthropologist and author of ‘The Serpent and the Rainbow’
    HH 17th Karmapa – spiritual leader of the Tibetan people
    Lawrence Ellis – complexity-science consultant and spiritual activist
    Paul Hawken – environmentalist and author of ‘Blessed Unrest’
    Ron Garan – NASA astronaut and founder of Fragile Oasis
    Janine Benyus – natural sciences writer and expert on biomimicry
    Sobonfu Some - Dagara spiritual teacher from Burkina Faso
    Sam Mickey – professor in Integral Ecology at the University of San Francisco
    Cynthia Brown – teacher and writer of Big History
    Barry Lopez – environmental writer, artist and journalist
    Anam Thubten – Buddhist teacher in the Nyingma tradition
    Bill McKibben – environmentalist, author and founder of 350.org
    Grandmother Mona – one of the 13 Indigenous Grandmothers
    Alan Senauke – Zen priest and author
    Bernie Glassman – Zen Buddhist roshi and co-founder of the Zen Peacemakers
    Angel Kyodo Williams – author and Zen priest
    Brian Swimme – cosmologist and author
    Charles Eisenstein – economist and author
    Sean Kelly – philosopher, author of ‘Coming Home’
    Drew Dellinger – poet and social activist
    Elizabeth Lindsey – Polynesian explorer and expert on cultural intelligence
    Ethan Nichtern – meditation teacher and author
    Joan Halifax – American Zen Buddhist roshi and anthropologist
    Luntana – Arhuaco medicine man
    Wes Nisker – performer and comedian
    Mary Evelyn Tucker – scholar on the intersection of religion and ecology
    Tiokasin Ghosthorse – a spiritual agitator, natural rights activist
    Jon Grimm – professor of religion & ecology at Yale’s School of Forestry

    Directed by: Guy Reid
    Produced by: Steve Kennedy
    Director of Photography: Christoph Ferstad
    Edited by: Steve Kennedy
    Executive Producers: Christoph Ferstad, Paul Hawken
    Co-producers: Peter Glatzer, Adrien Grenier
    Consulting Producers: Lawrence Ellis, Elizabeth Lindsey
    Associate Producers: Jeff Gitterman, Andrew Appel, Gary Lin, Pati Sands
    Production Manager: Blaire Embrey
    Original Soundtrack: The Human Suits (humansuits,com)
    Come sign up for updates on the film here: weareplanetary.com
    Watch our short film OVERVIEW: vimeo.com/planetarycollective/overview
    Read more about Planetary Collective here: weareplanetary.com

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