1. Cannes in a Van Best Motion Graphics Design Runner up, Ganador del Tercer lugar del Festival de Danza Agite y Sirva, México, Best of #ArtSetFree de ArtsBrookfield, NY, PEARL winnerfilm/ Pool-festival, Berlin. Top ten in Cinema Perpetuum Mobile Film Festival. Official selection: ANIMA 2013, Argentina, Baixada Animada Brazil, Cut Out Fest, Mexico, Female in Film Industry, Mexico, Dance Camara West,USA.

    A hula hoop floats amidst a stunning location of México city. As it moves, a dancer appears and plays with the hoop. Every movement creates lines, impressive shapes and lights that float in the space as if being drawn to gradually create an impressive sculpture in movement.

    # Director: Daniela Villanueva, Mara Soler
    # Dancers: Brecken Rivara, Tiana Zoumer
    # Production: César Moheno Plá
    # Camera: Pamela Albarran
    # Music: Julian Placencia / Teen Flirt
    # Animation: Daniela Villanueva, Mara Soler, Alejandro Caballero, Marco Garfias, Fernando Sica, Luis Núñez

    Julian Placencia: soundcloud.com/juliandiscoruido
    Teen Flirt: soundcloud.com/teenflirt

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  2. Geology of Shoes film is a result of collaboration between film director Petr Krejci and footwear designer Barbora Vesela.
    The design concept draws inspiration from geological processes such as sediment layers and effects of their erosion in nature.
    Barbora experimented with creative possibilities of discarded unwanted leather scraps and noted the potential of this overlooked resource. Her investigation resulted in creating new innovative process whilst holding on to traditional craft and celebrating some of the oldest techniques in shoemaking.
    Multiple layers of leather scrap pieces are added on to a last and subsequently sanded down to allow unique colour and textural pattern to emerge with striking effect.
    Colour scheme is borrowed from old geological maps where different colour represent different geological strata.
    Geology of Shoes film has been loved and shared by astonishing number of people and media channels globally since it’s publication in 2013.

    Design and Concept: barboravesela.com

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  3. Handcrafted in his studios in Cornwall, England, the range of contemporary lighting and furniture Tom Raffield now creates is based on beauty, integrity and a desire to create unique, high-specification products that will be cherished by their owners.


    Film produced by Sideways (vimeo.com/thinksideways)

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  4. "No olvides compartir la info, si te ha gustado, en redes sociales y/o demás sitios en la WorldWideWeb."

    Sitio Web: whokilledtheelectriccar.com/

    ¿Está la tecnología al servicio de la humanidad?, ¿o la humanidad al servicio de los beneficios económicos que puede generar la tecnología?

    Un misterioso asesinato, un llamado a las armas y un incentivo eficaz para la ira, ¿Quién mató al coche eléctrico? es la última y una de las adiciones con más éxito en la creciente fila de documentales con orientación en estas cuestiones.
    - The New York Times

    Un híbrido potente de la pasión y la política de combustible de este documental enérgico y convincente.
    - Michael Rachtshaffen, The Hollywood Reporter

    Si la gasolina de $ 3 por galón no te hace odiar a las grandes compañías petroleras, las revelaciones impactantes de la reflexión de Chris Paine ¿Quién mató documental al coche eléctrico? lo hará.
    - V. A. Musetto, New York Post

    Chris Paine es el director de este documental estrenado en el 2006, en el que se cuenta cómo los intereses de ciertos grupos acabaron con un sueño que ya era una relidad y que funcionaba: el EV1, un coche eléctrico creado por General Motors. Los hechos son relatados por diferentes personas que que tuvieron relación con el EV1, ex-empleados de la General Motors, ex-propietarios del EV1, activistas ambientales, etc.

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  5. 'Three creatures go in search of food in the woods but find that there ain't no such thing as a free lunch'.
    Table Manners is director Rebecca Manley's first foray into the word of live action puppets. She always wanted to make something as an homage to the shows and films that inspired her as a child (from The Muppets to Labyrinth). The low budget form of Channel 4's late night arts strand Random Acts proved to be the perfect platform for experimentation.

    WINNER Best Green Production, Going Green Festival, Los Angeles, CA.
    WINNER VOTD (Video of the Day)
    Third Place Shooting People Film of the Month
    Nominee Best Director, Underwire 2014

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