An Inuit child wanders away from his village, fascinated by a wild bird. His father follow his trail, dertermined to find him before he gets lost on the ice floe...
We worked as a group of five students during one year and a half to create our graduation film, Tuurngait, at Supinfocom Arles, south of France. It was screened in more than 50 film festivals around the world during the past two years, earning 9 awards in the process. Feel free to visit our website for more informations and behind the scenes ! The film was created in stereoscopic 3D, and if you have 3D glasses, you can view it in "eye-popping threedee" on Youtube (Please, vimeo, we need a 3D player!).
TUURNGAIT 3D : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WkPs8ERZENw
OFFICIAL WEBSITE : http://tuurngait-movie.com
FACEBOOK : https://www.facebook.com/tuurngait/
For some awesome additional material regarding SuperBot, visit us at Behance: http://bit.ly/1j7P36d
SuperBot, a tiny toy robot, will learn that reality depends on the looking glass you are looking through.
This short animated film plays double duty as the pilot episode for an animated series project.
We are currently seeking financial support. If you are interested in learning more about the project, please take a look at the following link: http://www.trexel.net/downloads/SuperBot_project.jpg
Script, Animation and Direction: Gervasio Rodríguez Traverso & Pablo Alberto Díaz.
Character Design and Texturing: Gervasio Rodríguez Traverso
Cinematography and Postproduction: Pablo Alberto Díaz
Modeling and Rigging: Juan Elías, Matias Condomí & Nicolás Broner
Original soundtrack: Ber Chese & Ezequiel "Chicho" Scillone.
Sound: Ber Chese & Ezequiel "Chicho" Scillone.
Awards and Screenings:
"SuperBot - A magnifying mess" has taken part in over 50 national and international film festivals. Below are some highlights:
XI Jameson Notodofilmfest (España) | Best Animation
9th Anim´est (Rumania) | Best Animation for Children
4º Concurso Iberoamericano de Comic y Animación (Argentina) | Best Professional Animation
Maipú Cortos 2013 (Argentina) | Best Argentinean Shortfilm
Anima 2013 (Argentina) | Special Distinction
10º Tandil Cortos (Argentina) | Special Distinction
Stuttgart Festival of Animated Film (Germany) | Official Competition
22nd Anima Mundi (Brazil) | Official Competition
18th SICAF (South Korea) | Official Competition
Animago AWARD (Potsdam, Germany) | Official Competition
12º International Festival of Animation Arts "Multivision" (San Petersburgo, Russia) | Official Competition
10th Athens Animfest (Athens, Greece) | Official Competition
9th FIDA (Chile) | Official Competition
FreeNetWorld International Film Festival 2013 (Serbia) | Official Competition
Festival Internacional de Cine de Hermosillo (México) | Official Competition
8th International Short Film Festival of India (Chennai, India) | Official Competition
9th Annual REDCAT International Children’s Film Festival (Los Ángeles, EEUU) | Official Competition
It’s not a secret we love robots here at BLR, so we wanted them to be the heroes in our latest promo clip. Luxury cars with powerful engines to drive through roads under severe speed restrictions, cable TV that allows us to pay to watch all kind of sports, all from our comfortable sofa, and of course, hyper expensive cell phones that do almost everything but making a decent phone call.
Yes, our happiness is based on things we don’t need and governed by entities we don’t control, so what? Sit down and turn on the tv!
The robots were taken from real Japanese robot model kits, and they now hold a privileged position in our freak museum. The bad guy spits real smoke out of its mouth! The environment is made of cardboard houses that were integrated with the help of camera tweaks. It all serves to the purpose of creating a dumb homogeneous atmosphere in which we’re defined by what we’ve got, that is, the same lame things.
Don’t take the message too seriously. This is a promo video we’ve done to laugh at ourselves. We all have an i-diot inside, and it’s so fun!
A tale by Big Lazy Robot VFX
Music and sound design by Full Basstards
*A VIMEO TOP 10 VIDEO OF 2013*
*A 2014 SHORT OF THE WEEK AWARD WINNER*
THE RECORD BREAKER
a film by Brian McGinn
The Record Breaker tells the life story of Ashrita Furman, the man with the most Guinness World Records of all time.
Winner of the Vimeo Audience Award at the 2013 Full Frame Documentary Film Festival and Jury Prizes at the 2012 Palm Springs International ShortsFest, the 2013 New Orleans Film Festival, and the 2014 Big Sky Documentary Film Festival, The Record Breaker follows Furman as he trains to set a new record: climbing Machu Picchu on stilts.
'A swimmingly edited, life-affirming film. Genuinely touching.'
— Robert Silva, IndieWire
'Hands-down the funniest documentary of the year.'
— Marianna Torgovnick, TED
'An ode to human obsession, dedication and monumental silliness.'
— Lena Dystant, Selectism
'A complex appraisal of a fascinating individual...McGinn's film excels because it does more than just focus on Furman’s unconventional hobby. As emotionally complex as it is gloriously ludicrous.'
— Ivan Kander, Short Of The Week
Directed and Edited by BRIAN McGINN
Produced by METTE HEIDE
Director of Photography STEVE MILLIGAN
Music by SILAS HITE
Colored by SANTIAGO PADILLA for New Hat, Los Angeles
Sound Design by JACQUES PEDERSEN
Sound Effects Editor HAMID HAGH
Consulting Editor JEAN TSIEN
Consulting Sound Designer PETER ALBRECHTSEN
Archive Research ELIZABETH KLINCK
Produced with the support of the Danish Film Institute (dfi.dk)
Klara Grunning-Harris, Commissioning Editor
This is the graduation-project made by a group of five students from the 3D design and animation course at Idèfagskolen in Tønsberg Norway. The short film featured here was in production between october 2012 - July 2013. With a few tweaks here and there until the soundscape was in place. The music and sound job was completed in December by a carefully selected third party.
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The team behind the production are:
Jonas Martin Larsen
& Yvonne Engbråten
Music Composed by: Joel Forssell
Sound design by: Peder Jørgensen