1. Power of the tire is a satirical piece depicting the current political and economical situation in Lebanon. It is meant to be satirical and does not reflect a real situation, but a personal interpretation.

    Join the tire revolution on our facebook page and spread the word
    facebook.com/powerofthetire or powerofthetire.com

    Regarding this piece, it all started after watching Buck's Take part / waiting for superman trailer, which seemed to have the exact tone for what we wanted. Some of the copy was so good and served our message that we had to use it.
    Regarding the visuals, buck's piece (Jr Canest's style) is a huge inspiration for experimenting and learning motion graphics. So the intro which is almost identical started as an exercise/study in smooth keyframing, and as the piece took shape, we decided to keep it and give a credit to Jr Canest's inspiring work. You can also find below a list for our inspiration for this piece. Hope you enjoy it.


    Buck / Jr Canest : Take Part :: vimeo.com/12677264
    Marcus Eckert : vimeo.com/rpgamer2003
    Ron Gervais : Japan PSA Help :: vimeo.com/23179249
    Water Changed Everything :: vimeo.com/22566556

    / Credits
    // Production / Caustik
    /// Art Direction / Amine Alameddine
    /// Animation / Amine Alameddine
    /// Character Animation / Rachel Mouawad
    /// Additional Character Animation / Omar Labbad


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  2. Participant Media's 2011 film "The Beaver" has partnered with the Kristin Brooks Hope Center and PostSecret.com for last month's launch of IMAlive.org, the first online crisis network with 100% of its volunteers trained and certified in crisis intervention. This social action campaign for "The Beaver" has sponsored IMAlive's first 12,500 IM (instant message) chats to people suffering from depression or close to suicide.

    To find out more, go to http://IMAlive.org

    For more information on the campaign, please visit http://TakePart.com/TheBeaver.

    Director - Mariana Blanco
    Producer - Carolyn Sams
    Production Design - Sol Linero & Barbara Sordoni
    Director of Photography - Javier Pistani
    Assistant Cameraman - Lucas Guardincerri
    Animation and VFX DIrector - Sol Linero
    Additional VFX - Sprinklelab, Martin Garro
    Special Thanks - Verónica Del Real, Jogu Gutierrez
    Sound design by TK Broderick
    Featuring the song 'W H A L E' by Yellow Ostrich

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  3. (Update: Vimeo acquired VHX! vimeo.com/blog/post/vimeo-vhx-good-things-for-all)

    Over the past year we’ve learned volumes about the current state of distribution and the challenges presented to today’s aspiring filmmakers. Working with Erica Gorochow, we created a video to summarize these ideas and help shed light on what the future holds for filmmakers.

    Watch it with your eyes, spread the word by sharing with your friends and filmmakers, and let’s work together to change the path of film as we know it.

    Sign up ott.vimeo.com

    Team VHX

    Directed, Written and animated - Erica Gorochow gorociao.com
    Directed and produced - VHX vhx.tv
    Music and sound design - Ross Wariner & Cody Uhler uprighttrexmusic.com/
    Mastering - Bryan Pugh bryanpugh.com
    VHX 3D logo - Bill Bergen vimeo.com/billbergen

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  4. The summer of 2012 is going to be hotter than a billy goat in a pepper patch here in California and that could mean electricity shortages as people try and stay cool. To avoid those pesky blackouts, we partnered with Brainchild to pump out these nifty PSAs that educate the public about the Flex Alert program and also alert Californians when one is called. So next time you are sitting all cool and comfortable on a hot day you can say “thanks Buck.”

    Directed by Buck
    For full credits visit buck.tv

    # vimeo.com/46898873 Uploaded 43.9K Plays 10 Comments
  5. Through creative, kinetic typography and slick, dynamic animations this short public service announcement for Habitat for Humanity explains that it's easy for anyone to achieve something big.

    Hard work is the key to success for most of the areas of life. For low-income families it can make a big difference, by providing them with simple, decent, and affordable housing.

    'Elbow Grease' seeks to convey the rewards of working hard and making a significant and sustained impact by joining Habitat in their cause.

    music by YouTube's daddystovepipe

    # vimeo.com/40263909 Uploaded 39.5K Plays 15 Comments


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