Written and Directed by Samm Hodges
Produced by Phinehas Hodges
Director of Photography: Brad Knull
Animation by Samm Hodges and Lenny Wilson
Dancer: Kelsey Bartman
Narrator: Bingo O'Malley
Additional Photography: Matt Meehan
Edited by Samm Hodges
Production Company: Animal
Shot on location in Santiago, Chile and Pittsburgh, PA.
Motion Sickness of Time Travel
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Titel Design: Harold van Velsen
Sound Design: Brightling
Giant thanks to Giant Ant Studio Vancouver
Music: Vetiver - Hook & Ladder
Doing the things you love to do in life can require a lot of energy. You know that cold shaky feeling after too much coffee, and huge crash after a couple of hours… You catch yourself still looking for something to eat after the 7th snack… This can drag your attention away from what really matters to you.
There is something you can do about this now. It will only cost you a little bit of your unique imagination. Shop around for the fruits and vegetables that attract you at the local organic market. Combine them into a Smoothicle to create a new surprising taste. Give it a name and let others experience what’s so great about your creation. We’re sure your friends wont mind getting one. its a perfect way to get together and share ideas and get things done collectively.
Buckle your safety belts for Micro Mayhem! 100% hand-crafted stop-motion animation using Micro Machines as the characters. Shot 99% IN CAMERA using a custom camera rig we created in order to make the tiny world look as EPIC as possible! Check out more from Stoopid Buddy Stoodios here: leagueofbuddies.com
Director: Julien Martorell
Editor: Alex Tissot
DOP: Raphael Bauche
Production : onirim.com
Official Selection ÉCU 2013, European Experimental Film
Choregraphy program Mecal International Short Film Festival
Official Selection Dance and Media Japan International VideoDance Festival 2013
Pianoworks 13 is a short movie, which combines live action and motion design. Over an original soundtrack played by Polerik Rouviere, four dancers perform different styles (break dance, new style, popping). The film illustrates the link between body, instrument and instrumentalist. The moves give birth to a sort of calligraphic language which is a representation of the moves themselves.