1. Stop motion photography of five nightmares.

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  2. Direction: Upper First
    Production: Upper First
    Photographer: David Einar
    VJ: Transfett
    Music: Mille
    Year: 2010

    After spending a long night in a dark, creepy warehouse full of mannequins, and many hours of spare time in front of your computer, this is what you get!

    In this piece we’ve combined two of our interests, creative visuals and electro music, to create a music video for the up-and-coming Swedish artist Mille. The idea was to use projections on mannequins to achieve a different and interesting expression where graphics almost become clothes on the bodies.

    To be able to do this we got some help from a couple of friends - David Einar behind the camera and Transfett who did the live sync of visuals onto mannequins, thanks guys! Awesome work.

    Mille myspace: http://www.myspace.com/technomille/music

    Mille facebook:

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  3. Lucy has developed a Summer School concept that gives students the opportunity to work directly with industry professionals on a real project whilst at school. Working alongside Melbourne’s RMIT University with architecture, fashion, media and interior design students, this three week intense Summer School offers a fresh and pragmatic framework summoning a new direction in creative education and evolution of music video.

    Lucy approached Australian synth pop outfit Rat Vs Possum to see if they would be interested in uniting forces with twenty students and make a kaleidoscopic dance clip where students are the actors and actresses.

    Rat Vs Possum’s Let Music and Bodies Unite is a dance-inspired party album with a music video to match! Trained as a classical ballerina and renowned as a pedigree artist Lucy creates her very own Rock Eistedford! (an Australian nationwide competition for music, dance and drama school students).

    Lead vocalist Daphne Shum takes us on her journey through her two disparate worlds; whimsical dance choreographies that reference synchronised swimming and a high school science lab are some of the scenes in this fun, theatrical, orchestrated puppet show. These two realities are united by the metallic clad vocalist, Daphne driving these kaleidoscopic worlds. Acclaimed video artist Kit Webster re-projects looped footage back into these worlds to add a synth-pop undertone which perfectly befits the feel of this album.

    Turn It Up lucymcrae.net

    This project was made possible thanks to VESKI (Victorian Endowment for Science, Knowledge and Innovation) is a charitable institution working to enhance Victoria’s intellectual capital through a dynamic program of fellowships, awards, and international networks. veski.org.au

    RMIT Students
    Alex Peters, Eli Ghias, Hugh Westland, Hannah Brasier, Janice Liyanage, K-Buzza, Kate Corke, Maya LaCroix, Megan Kiantos, Melissa Edwards, Michael Raymond, Molly Shelton, Simone Ling, Phoebe Baker-Gabb

    Director - Lucy McRae
    Production Designer - Barnaby Monk
    1st Assistant Director - Laetitia Miglore
    Co - Producers - Laetitia Miglore / Emma Pisani
    DOP - Katie Milwright
    Focus Puller - Emily Jade Barr
    Editor - Ine van den Elsen
    Stabiliser - Erwin van den IJssel
    Choreography - Bobilee Shahine / Lucy McRae
    Dancers - Bobilee Shahine, Natalie Shahine, Kristiarne Anthony, Kathleen Skipp and Maggie
    Make Up Artist - Emma Louise
    Costume Design - Cassandra Wheat
    Costume Design - Adele Varcoe
    Projections - kitwebster.com.au
    Television Studio - RMIT Media
    Workshop Assistance - Kevin The Man
    Lead Vocalist - Daphne Shum
    Band Appearance - Kieran O'Shea
    Band Members - Matt Kulesza, Kieran O'Shea, Andrew Noble, Daphne Shum, Adrian Tregonning

    Thanks to the staff at RMIT Andrea Mina, Anthony Fryatt, Leon van Schaik, Kev from the Workshop (and for teaching yoga), Brian and Keith from Media and Comm and all at the IT .
    Special Thanks to postpanic.com for being amazing.

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  4. La joyería de la diseñadora Susana Alarcón desde el caleidoscopio

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  5. Mariam (Marta Hazas) y Ale (Juan Caballero) van a hacer realidad una vieja fantasía sexual. Un desconocido (Sergio Mur) es la pieza clave de un triángulo erótico donde nada sale como estaba previsto.

    '3,2 (lo que hacen las novias)' es un drama erótico, una historia donde los sentimientos y el sexo se mezclan para dar forma a un entramado de emociones donde no todo es lo que parece.

    Aún en distribución, acumula más de cien de secciones oficiales en festivales de cine nacionales e internacionales. Ha ganado los siguientes premios:

    Mención del jurado en el 5º Festival Internacional Shorts Shorts Film Festival México.

    Segundo premio del jurado al mejor cortometraje en el I Certamen La MIrada Tabú (Zaragoza)
    Premio a la mejor actriz, Marta Hazas, en el XV Festival de Cortometrajes La Fila (Valladolid)

    Premio RTVA al mejor corto andaluz en el XII Festival de Cortometrajes de Jerez (Cádiz)

    Primer premio del jurado al mejor corto en el V Certamen de Cortometrajes 'Comarca de la Axarquía' (Málaga)

    Tercer premio del jurado y premio a la mejor dirección de fotografía, para Manuel Pérez Pavón, en el VI Festival de Cortos 'Cesur en Corto' (Málaga)

    Primer premio del jurado al mejor corto en el Certamen Marbella Crea 2011.

    Primer premio del jurado al mejor corto y premio al mejor director, Jota Linares, en el VI Certamen de Cortometrajes Nexosur (Málaga)

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