1. Part II of the 'Unfortunate Details' experiments // Pay attention as there will be a pop-quiz afterwards.

    Written & Directed by: Saman Kesh


    Narrator: Bret Easton Ellis
    Production Company: 890 Productions
    In Association with: Skunk // skunkus.com
    Executive Producer: Matt Factor
    Producer: Jason Colon
    Video Commissioner: John Moule
    Band Performance: Rokkit // rokkit.tv

    Cinematographer: Isaac Bauman
    Production Design: Jason Kisvarday
    Editor: Mandy Brown
    Costumer: Michelle Thompson
    Casting Director: Michael Stonewall Beaudry (Blok M Casting)

    VFX Supervisor: Chad Goei
    Graphic Design: Saman Kesh & Jonathan Minaya
    2D Animation: Jonathan Minaya
    Sound Editing & Mixing: Matthew J A Wilcock // Zelig Sound
    ADR Recording: John Rampey
    Colorist: Derek Hansen // MPC

    Intro/Outro music: Mort Garson - "Swingin' Spathiphyllums"
    Countdown Theme: Ed Hobbs

    1st AD: Chad Nicholson
    Production Manager: Melora Donoghue
    Production Coordinator: Evan Fulton
    2nd AD: Terrisha Kearse
    1st AC: Jonathan Dec
    2nd AC/ DIT: Jordan Gaylor
    Phantom Tech: Nick Savander
    Gaffer: James King
    BB Electric: Tim Davis
    Electric: Megan Richardson
    Key Grip: Hunter Rogers
    BB Grip: Todd Geritz
    Grip: Dylan Johnson
    Swing: Kevin Morgan
    Art Director: Kelsi Ephraim
    Set Decorator: Ali Rubinfeld
    Set Decorator: Madelyn Kime
    Art Swing: Timothy Wilusz
    Assistant Costumer: Jordy Scheinberg
    Makeup: Joanne Adolfo
    SPFX Makeup: Perri Veganes
    Hair Stylist: Prescilla Jean Olay
    Makeup Assist: Crystal Watana

    Director's Assistant: Brendan Varni
    Truck PA: Jamaal Taylor
    Production Assistants: Karen Silbert, Johnny Gutierrez, Travis Culteri, Laura Huben

    Segment Producer: Roland Berry
    AC (Pickup day): Andres Cuevas

    Nate Eggert, Shelly Townsend, Jeanne Stawiarski, Mary Calderwood, Jamila Wingett, Roland Berry, Bret Rea, Nathan Zasada, IMVDB, Sam Sascha Keshavarz, Cosimo Galluzzi

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  2. Under An Alias is the new big fairytale of nerdworking, a digital historical expression. This time our story takes place in a small German town; Weimar. The effect of a small town with the population of 65,000 people on the world concerns all of us, a city where the majority of its income is from culture. Weimar is a meeting and creation point for eminent intellectuals of our current times. This town, where Goethe wrote his masterpieces, where the music of Franz Liszt could be heard. This is where its republic of Germany was founded in 1919, whose legacy was subsequently marred by the establishment of a Nazi concentration camp in 1937. Weimar, a city that currently merges art and architecture in Bauhaus university, has many untold stories.

    Although difficult, telling Weimar’s story was incredibly educational for an Istanbul based group of artists. It gave an opportunity for nerdworking illustrate a story from another perspective. Dozens of people spent long hours immersing themselves the rich cultural background, whilst taking into consideration the opinions of previous researchers. Under An Alias, created by collaboration of international artists and working completely in cyberspace, made its debut as the main act of the Genius Loci Festival.

    Under An Alias was on exhibition from 10th till 12th of August on Fürstenhaus, Franz Liszt Conservatory, each night from 8PM till the early hours, several times a night. We decided that there couldn’t be anything more appropriate, than projecting the analogy onto this iconic building. The initial section is the spirit, then the muscles then the skin of this tribute to the legacy of Weimar was created. The story was based on the linear history of the city, the abstract origin slowly turned into decaying effect in the years of war. Then the exploding Bauhaus movement after the World War II is portrayed with a statement to pay homage to one of movement's greatest masters; Kandinsky. Then the story flows into the German industrial machine, healing its wounds from the diffused times with aggressive images of engineering and machinery. And finally, after all of city's turbulent history, we are waving goodbye to Weimar with its peace and order as a giant music box. We appreciate her hospitality.

    Under An Alias was made by nerdworking's crew of 22 people from different disciplines architectures, new media artists, sound designers and the staff of Genius Loci Weimar. Enjoy the show, till the next fairytale.

    Producer: NERDWORKING

    Design and Art Direction: NOHlab (Candaş Şişman - Deniz Kader)

    Motion Design and Animation Teams:

    Fehmican Gözüm
    Gökalp Gönen
    Saygın Soher
    Sinan Büyükbaş


    Creative Director: Ferdi Alıcı
    3D Artists & Designers: Çağlar Özen, Emre Önol, Ferdi Alıcı
    2D Artists & Designers: Dilan Tanrıkulu Regal, Harun Kerem Köse, Yusuf Emre Kucur
    Compositing: Ferdi Alıcı


    CG Supervisor: Coşku Özdemir
    3D Artists & Designers : Davut Toy, Vikram Puttanna

    Sound Design: Alp Coksoyluer, Giray Gürkal, Görkem Şen

    Architectural 3D Modelling: Kerem Asfuroğlu

    Storyboard Artist: İsmail Anıl Güzeliş

    Documentation: Cansu Turan

    Project Management: NERDWORKING (Erdem Dilbaz)

    Render Farm: RenderRider

    Special Thanks to Gökçen Dilek Açay, İkinciParti Prodüksiyon, Stefan Kraus

    contact: nerd@nerdworking.org

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  3. Tokyo night stroll.

    Music : Ris Paul Ric / Purple Blaze

    # vimeo.com/69949278 Uploaded 451K Plays 182 Comments
  4. "Au Poil!" The movie.

    ESMA - Toulouse - 2011.

    DIRECTED BY : Julie Duverneuil and Nicolas Perraguin.

    Franck Zerbib
    Stephane Gourdon
    Bernadette Rignac
    Corinne Lecomte

    Frederic Varot

    Mixed by:
    Studio des Aviateurs : José Vicente and Yoann Poncet.

    Thanks to "Le chant du monde" for the song "L'internationnale".

    With the Help of Paul Jules Alchié, Boris Laprade and Fabien Masson.



    Feel free to share the video!

    # vimeo.com/37512976 Uploaded 32.3K Plays 15 Comments
  5. The new short film by Blu
    an ambiguous animation painted on public walls.
    Made in Buenos Aires and in Baden (fantoche)


    music by Andrea Martignoni
    produced by Mercurio Film
    assistant: Sibe

    # vimeo.com/993998 Uploaded 4.1M Plays 794 Comments


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