'When what you see is not quite what you get'
A 3D short live action film exploring 2D effects in a 3D setting. Originally part of the Experiment 5ive omnibus -- 5gum.ru (Hence the black envelope with the picture inside, which had to be the common element of all 5 films. The other 4 are 2D only)
Written and directed by Alexei Popogrebsky
Featuring Grigory Dobrygin and Ina-Maria Jaich
Photography by Peter Steuger; Production design by Erwin Prib; Art Direction and SFX by Niels Müller; Costume Design by Petra Wellenstein; Music by Dmitry Katkhanov; Stereography by Sarah Rotter; Editing by Vladimir Krug; Sound by Dmitri Batyzhev; Shot on Arri Alexas and Stereotec 3D rig; Postproduction by Pictorion das werk; Produced by METRAFILMS
Director: Ryan Suits
Producer: Anthony Pellechio
Starring: Luke Hagendorf, London Andrews, Taylor Trash, Dana Schwartz
Composer: Luke Hagendorf
Sept 29, 2011: SESIFF Korea (Asian Premiere)
July 15, 2011: 37th National Stereoscopic Association Convention
May 14, 2011: LA 3-D Movie Festival
May 6, 2011: BeFilm the Underground Film Festival (World Premiere)
Fiz esse vídeo após ser inspirado por uma animação que fizemos para um cliente na produtora em que trabalho. O vídeo do cliente foi inspirado na cena do avião voando sobre o mapa do filme Indiana Jones, durante as pesquisas que fiz para a produção desse trabalho tive a inspiração para gerar essa animação.
A ideia é uma máquina meio "steampunk", feita de madeira e metal que serve para planejar rotas para aviões.
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I made this video after being inspired by an animation who we made for a client in studio that I work. The client video was inspired by the scene of the plane flying over the map of the Indiana Jones movie, during the research who I made for the production of this work I was inspired to create this animation.
The idea is a machine like "steampunk" made of wood and metal that is used to plan routes for airplanes.
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0 Surf for 8 weeks in Sunny little Jersey, Channel Islands. What to do... Tarp Surfing! of course. Check out this vid of some serious land barrels. This was kindly supported by; Quiksilver Jersey, SDS, Freedom and the Quiksilver Surf School.
"For What It's Worth" is a song written by Stephen Stills. It was performed by Buffalo Springfield, recorded on December 5, 1966, and released as a single in January 1967. Some would say an absolute classic.
Creative Director - Ben Hickingbotham
Edit & Post - Jim O'Garra
Motion - Robbie Andrews
Camera - Matt Porteous / Ben Hickingbotham
The Collections Group
Quiksilver Surf School