One More Beer é um curta-metragem independente desenvolvido pelo artista 3D brasileiro Pedro Conti. O trabalho foi feito em parceria com Alan Camilo (co-direção, linha de estória, animação e rigging de cena), Alex Angelis (rigging do personagem), Lucas Leibhoiz (ilustração), Pedro Pastoriz e Jack Rubens, membros da banda “Os Mustaches e os Apaches” (trilha sonora), Antonio Moreno (dublagem) e com o renomado estúdio de som Beep Audio Post (sound design e mixagem).
One More Beer is an independent short movie developed by Brazilian 3D artist Pedro Conti. The work was done in partnership with Alan Camilo (co-direction, storyline, animation and rigging), Alex Angelis (rigging), Lucas Leibholz (illustration), Pedro Pastoriz and Jack Rubens, members of the band "Os mustaches e os Apaches "(soundtrack), Antonio Moreno (Voice) and with renowned studio Beep Audio Post (sound design and mixing).
Grand Prix Experimental / CINE COURT ANIME 2013
Best Animated Short / Ashland Independent Film Festival 2012
Best Short Animation / San Diego Asian Film Festival 2012
38-39˚c gives us the blueprint of a relationship between a father and son inside the dream the protagonist experiences while under the spell of the elevated temperatures of a bathhouse. Thick sheets of paper in exquisite arrangement represent the two men who are linked by their identical birthmarks, yet cannot seem to look at each other. ---- Maureen Selwood
Sundance Film Festival
ANNECY International Animated Film Festival
OTTAWA International Animation Festival
Chicago International Film Festival
Edinburgh International Film Festival
Neshville Film Festival
Milwaukee Film Festival
San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival
Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival
Florida Film Festival
Rockport Film Festival
Ashland Independent Film Festival
CINE COURT ANIME
Patterned by Nature was commissioned by the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences (naturalsciences.org) for the newly built Nature Research Center in Raleigh, North Carolina. The exhibit celebrates our abstraction of nature’s infinite complexity into patterns through the scientific process, and through our perceptions. It brings to light the similarity of patterns in our universe, across all scales of space and time.
10 feet wide and 90 feet in length, this sculptural ribbon winds through the five story atrium of the museum and is made of 3600 tiles of LCD glass. It runs on roughly 75 watts, less power than a laptop computer. Animations are created by independently varying the transparency of each piece of glass.
The content cycles through twenty programs, ranging from clouds to rain drops to colonies of bacteria to flocking birds to geese to cuttlefish skin to pulsating black holes. The animations were created through a combination of algorithmic software modeling of natural phenomena and compositing of actual footage.
An eight channel soundtrack accompanies the animations on the ribbon, giving visitors clues to the identity of the pixelated movements. In addition, two screens show high resolution imagery and text revealing the content on the ribbon at any moment.
Diploma of Merit, Tampere Film Festival 2012
RPT Onda Curta Award, Monstra Lisbon 2012
Canadian Film Institute Award for Best Canadian Animation, Ottawa International Animation Festival 2012
Special Mention, Expotoons 2012
Special Jury Mention, Cinanima Espihno 2012
This metaphorical surrealist tale is an allusion. Nightingales in December is a trip into the memories, and the fields of the current realities. What if the Nightingales were working, instead of singing and going south? Is the innocence the only savior of birds songs? There are no Nightingales in December... What is left, is only the history of our beginning, and our end.
Written, directed and animated by Theodore Ushev
Music: Spencer Krug
Sound design: Olivier Calvert
Producer: Nicolas Girard Deltruc, FNC
Distributed by Bonobostudio, Croatia
Festival du nouveau cinéma Montréal; Tampere Film Festival; REGARD Saguenay Int'l Short Film Festival; Monstra Lisbon; Holland Animation Film Festival; Stuttgart Festival of Animated Film; AniFest Teplice; Animafest Zagreb; New York Animation Festival; Annecy Int'l Animation Festival; Worldwide Short Film Festival Toronto; Vienna Independent Shorts; Golden Kuker Sofia; North by Northeast Toronto; Palm Springs Int'l ShortFest; Int'l Animation Festival Hiroshima; Encounters Bristol; Ottawa Int'l Animation Festival; Anim'est; Expotoons; London Int'l Animation Festival; DOK Leipzig; St. Louis Int'l Film Festival; Cork Film Festival; Bradford Animation Festival; Cinanima Espinho; Animated Dreams Tallinn; Animateka Ljubljana; Les Nuits Magiques; Clermont Ferrand Short Film Festival; Anima Brussels; Animac Lleida; Tehran Int'l Animation Festival; Athens Animfest; Corfu Animation Festival; Mecal Int'l Short Film Festival; AniFilm Trebon; Melbourne Int'l Animation Festival...