1. Project.Phantom

    :: Editing/Grading : After Effects
    :: Camera : Canon 5D Mk II
    :: Lenses : Canon 50mm 1.4, 100mm 2.8 IS
    :: Music : Matthieu Ouaki
    :: Car Model : Citroen C-Elysee
    :: Production : Peugeot Media Productions

    camillemarotte.com

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  2. Based in Paris, France, Motion Plus Design was created in 2011.
    Its main goal is to promote the art of Motion Design around the world by allowing people, students and professionals to discover artists and meet one another.

    Since 3 years, Motion Plus Design set up multiple events in Paris & Tokyo which bring up to 800 people on a full day event.

    Paris 2017 Trailer : vimeo.com/230748100
    Tokyo 2017 Trailer : vimeo.com/203244720/9dde92cb27

    Facebook : facebook.com/motionplusdesign/

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  3. /flīt/
    1. the movement or trajectory of a projectile or object through the air
    2. the action of fleeing or attempting to escape
    3. an extravagant or far-fetched idea

    CREDITS.
    Writer/Director: TWiN (Jonathan & Josh Baker)
    Actor: The Tapp Brothers, tappbrothers.com
    Producer: Gillian Marr
    Production Manager: Justin Towery
    Cinematographer: Gareth Jackson
    Camera Assistant: David Feeney-Mosier
    Production Designer: Pete Zumba
    Editor: Ben Suenaga
    Sound Design: Joseph Fraioli, jafboxsound.com
    CG Artist: Allan McKay
    Post Producer: Nancy Nina Hwang
    Online/Color: John Shea

    EIGHT VFX eightvfx.com
    Executive Producer: Baptiste Andrieux
    Executive Producer: Shira Boardman
    Senior Producer: Peter Nelson
    Flame Artists: Tony Petitti, Alex Kolasinski, Philip Ineno
    Coordinator: Doug Scruton
    Roto & Cleanup: Natalia Schkliar

    SPECIAL THANKS TO:
    Douglas Howell, Eric Filler and Joby Barnhart @ rabbitcontent.com
    The BLUE8 Stunt Group
    Jeremy Scott & Adidas
    Bishop T. D. Jakes

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  4. FUTURE PROOF - SHORT FILM

    FUTURE PROOF is a short film developed for the 2011 A/NZ PromaxBDA Conference. Essentially a labour of love for DMCI creative director Nathan Drabsch, this performance piece continues to be admired throughout the world.

    The response to this emotive piece, still amazes us. Since launch FUTURE PROOF has been selected for various film and digital media festivals and showcases throughout the world.

    The only boundary to the project was the theme of FUTURE PROOF. The development of the film started with an approach that aimed to focus not on futuristic notions but consideration of that which is timeless. People, the expression of self and the interactions between each other are timeless qualities relevant to creativity, no matter what the future holds.

    The concept started quite fluidly, by briefing a variety of dancers, with individual performance styles, to develop choreography based on the concepts of growth, sharing, sending and receiving.

    Directed by Nathan Drabsch, the performances were shot over one day using two RED Epic cameras, capturing the action at high speed. All design, editing and post production was done in-house by The DMCI team. We worked closely with composers and audio designers Mark Brandis & Jeff Black from ism studios, to create a unique score that perfectly compliments the performances.

    As a whole, the focus is on the dancers as they create and interact with abstract forms in a vast unknown world. Their own movements determine the creation and final destruction of these elements. Their own paths of communication and creative expression have come full circle, and all that remains is the individual.

    ACCOLADES
    TAAFI Awards - Stash Magazine Presents: VFX Highlights of 2011-2012
    Pause Fest - Best in Show
    Circuitto OFF 2012
    Prix Ars Electronica 2012
    Pixellerie Fine 2 – Paris, France
    Stash 87
    Screening At London Olympics ICCI 360 Visual Arena – Arts Festival In Dorset
    IDN Feature: Issue 19 Sexual Graphics
    International Melzo File festival 2012
    Liberarti Film Festival
    Inclusion in Nasjonalgalleriet / Norwegian Arts

    CREDITS

    Director: Nathan Drabsch
    Design, Edit, 3D & Compositing: The DMCI - Brecon Littleford, Bernard Tan, Nathan Drabsch
    Produced by The DMCI

    AUDIO
    Composition & Sound Design: Mark Brandis and Jeff Black @ ism studios
    Contact: info@ismstudios.com.au

    CREW
    Director: Nathan Drabsch
    DOP: Simon Chapman
    Camera Operators: Aaron Haberfield & Glen Cogan (Enigma)
    Producer: Amy Nguyen
    Talent Co-Ordinator/Production: Briony Luschwitz (Motion Picture Company)
    Gaffa/Lighting: Steve Scholfield
    Best Boy: Andrew Ward
    Hair Stylist: Elizabeth Vo
    Make Up Artist: Angela Vien-Debetaz
    Cameras supplied by Lemac and Enigma

    DANCERS
    Sarah Seville
    Natasha Marconi
    William Sanchez
    Christopher Van Doren
    Amy Campbell
    Charles Bartley
    Thi Nguyen

    Contact:
    hello@thedmci.com.au
    +61 2 9439 4111

    thedmci.com.au

    # vimeo.com/31066005 Uploaded 637K Plays 232 Comments
  5. Making of film directed by Jake & Josh
    jakeandjosh.co.uk

    The Bear & the Hare is the first John Lewis campaign to embrace the emotive power of animation, a filmic technique so evocative of Christmasses gone by.

    Elliot and Yves took the two most traditional and time-honoured animation processes – stop-motion and traditional hand-drawn 2D animation – and combined them to create something innovative and unique. Their aim was to do almost everything in camera, using real lighting, lens and film craft to build a world where the audience can see and feel the painstaking work behind it. The 2D animation’s physical interaction with the set and the human imperfections inherent in the process create a hand-crafted piece full of heart and integrity.

    The animation process involved constant shifts between 2D and 3D worlds. In order to achieve this complicated combination the whole film was first created in Blinkink Studios as a 3D previsualisation animatic with all the sets and characters built to scale. This allowed everything to be developed and planned alongside the modelmakers and animators, thus integrating the different disciplines and processes before the set was built or the characters were printed.

    Aaron Blaise (Brother Bear, The Lion King, Mulan) and his team of veteran Disney animators at Premise Entertainment in Orlando, Florida, designed and animated the characters. The 2D-animation frames were printed onto mounted paper and cut with a laser. Each frame (nearly 4,000 in total) was then individually hand-labelled before going on set. Feature-film stop-frame animators then spent 6 weeks bringing the world to life.

    The set was built by our production designer John Lee (Aliens, Fantastic Mr Fox, Frankenweenie) and his team at Shepperton Studios before being transported to Clapham Road Studios ready for the stop-motion shoot.

    Post-production was done in-house in Blinkink’s animation studio, and the final grade was completed at MPC.

    CREDITS

    Directors:
    Elliot Dear & Yves Geleyn

    Executive Producers:
    Bart Yates
    Michael Feder

    Producers:
    Bart Yates
    James Stevenson Bretton
    Josephine Gallagher

    Line Producer:
    Kev Harwood

    Production Manager:
    Benjamin Lole

    2D Animation:
    Premise Entertainment LLC

    2D Animation Supervisors:
    Aaron Blaise
    Dominic Carola

    2D Line Producer:
    Iris Pearson

    2D Animators:
    Erin Humiston
    Darko Cesar

    Head of Clean-up 2D Animation:
    Janelle Bell-Martin

    2D Clean-up Artists:
    Mi Yul Lee
    Teresa Quezada-Geer
    Jacque Pierro
    Chad Thompson
    Jason Peltz

    2D Compositor/Scene Setup:
    Mac Masters

    2D Artistic Coordinator:
    Pam Darley

    2D Digital Artist:
    Anthony West
    Enoc Castaneda

    2D Lead Colourist/Coordinator:
    James Lancett

    2D Colourists:
    Sean Weston
    Joseph Sparkes
    Frankie Swan
    Harriet Gillian

    Assistant 2D Colourist:
    Lila Peuscet

    2D Illustrator Technician:
    Albert Sala

    Printers:
    The Graphical Tree

    Laser Cutting:
    Ewen Dickie

    Designer/Typographer:
    Robert Frank Hunter

    Storyboard Artists:
    Sav Akyuz
    Steve Tappin
    James Lancett
    Robert Frank Hunter

    3D Technical Director:
    Patrick Hearn

    3D Previsualisation Artist:
    Simone Ghilardotti
    Lucas Cuenca
    Johannes Sambs

    Lead Stop-Frame Animator:
    Andy Biddle

    Stop-Frame Animators:
    Daniel Ojari
    Daniel Gill

    Production Designer/ Supervising Modeller:
    John Lee

    Art Department Modellers:
    Colin Armitage
    Sonya Yu
    Maggie Haden
    Collette Pidgeon
    Yossel Simpson Little
    Richard Blakey
    Gary Welch
    Christy Matta
    Lucy Begent

    Scenic Painters:
    Fiona Stewart
    Beth Quinton

    Rigging Department:
    Richard Blakey

    Art Department Assistants:
    Morgan Faverty
    Anna Ginsburg
    Jennifer Newman

    MOCO/Camera Assistant:
    Max Halstead

    Director of Photography:
    Toby Howell

    Gaffer:
    Aldo Camilleri

    Runner:
    Robert Gould

    Post Production:
    Blinkink Studios

    Post Production/Compositing:
    Alasdair Brotherston
    Ian Sargent
    Carlos Diego
    Jonathan Gallagher
    Elliot Dear

    Editors:
    Sam Sneade at Speade
    Ellie Johnson at Speade

    Music Consultants:
    Leland Music

    Sound Design:
    Sam Robson at Factory Studios

    Colourist:
    Jean-Clement Soret at MPC

    ‘Making of’ Film:
    Jake Hopwell & Josh Hine

    Studio Manager:
    Elizabeth Day

    Studio Assistant:
    Toby Goodyear

    Catering:
    Laura Barbi

    Advertising Agency:
    Adam & Eve DDB

    Executive Creative Director:
    Ben Priest

    Creative Directors:
    Aidan McClure Laurent Simon

    Agency Producer:
    Anthony Falco

    Assistant Producer:
    Catherine Cullen

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