1. directed | Dan Gaud

    written | Dan Gaud and Ayz Waraich

    starring | Bass Stewart Delilah Kates and Michael Coughlan

    produced | Dimeworth Films


    representation | Jewerl Ross at Silent R Management 323.852.6830



    # vimeo.com/67189599 Uploaded 130K Plays 180 Comments
  2. An animation which attempts to express a personal journey centred around the loss of my younger brother Emmet.


    The project was funded by the Irish Film Board's Frameworks programme in conduction with The Arts Council (of Ireland) and RTE (Raidió Teilifís Éireann).

    Directed by: Eoin Duffy
    Produced by - Alan Doherty
    Music - Stephen Rennicks
    Editing - Rory Gavin
    Sound Design - James Daly
    Post Production - Reel Good
    Country - Ireland

    # vimeo.com/68175219 Uploaded 116K Plays 87 Comments
  3. WARP FILMS, FILM4 and SHYNOLA present 'Dr. Easy'

    More here:

    Michael is a broken man with a gun. He is surrounded by armed police. A robot with medical training is dispatched to negotiate – but can it save him?

    Dr. Easy is a prologue for a planned feature adaptation of 'The Red Men'.

    Written and directed by Jason Groves, Richard Kenworthy and Christopher Harding

    Produced by Ally Gipps for Warp Films

    Based on the novel 'The Red Men' by Matthew De Abaitua

    Financed by Film4

    Michael: Tom Hollander

    Voice of Dr. Easy: Geraldine James

    Superintendent: Alex MacQueen

    VFX by: Jellyfish

    DoP: Barry Ackroyd

    Production Designer: Agnieszka Debska

    Costume Designer: Ian Fulcher

    Makeup and Hair Designer: Candy Alderson

    Location Sound Recordist: Tarn Willers

    Re-Recording Mixer: Nigel Heath

    First Assistant Director: Ezra Sumner

    Line Producer: Jessica Levick

    Editor: Dominic Leung

    Executive Producers: Robin Gutch and Anna Higgs

    Casting Director: Rose Wicksteed

    # vimeo.com/68368877 Uploaded 267K Plays 117 Comments
  4. All sky fish eye Time Lapse movie made at Paranal Observatory, Atacama desert, Chile.
    Images © Stéphane Guisard, "Los Cielos de America" ,sguisard.astrosurf.com
    Music 'Origins' from album 'Chi Sagittarii', © VAAST, vaast.co.uk

    The original movie is a (very) HD (8000 x 8000 pixels), high image quality time lapse movie. The field of view is 360degrees x 200 degrees.
    The version presented here is 1200x1200 pixels and should be watched in this resolution by turning "HD" ON on the video screen.

    The Milky Way rises, culminates with the galactic center at zenith and then sets above Paranal Observatory.
    Two neighbor galaxies, the large and the small Magellanic clouds, are visible on the top left of the movie.
    The zodiacal light is visible on the bottom of the video at the beginning of the movie (sunset) and on the top right at the end of the movie (sunrise).

    © Stéphane Guisard
    "Los Cielos de America"

    # vimeo.com/68260417 Uploaded 76.4K Plays 15 Comments
  5. The first playable beer.

    19th Century technology meets 21st Century music over a bottle of beer in the latest extension to the Beck’s Record Label project.

    This time, the art label has evolved, and been replaced by the grooves of Auckland band Ghost Wave. Their new single was inscribed into the surface of a Beck’s beer bottle which could then be played on a specially-built device based on Thomas Edison’s original cylindrical phonograph.

    Making the world’s first playable beer bottle was a formidable technical challenge. The clever people at Auckland firm Gyro Constructivists first had to design and build a record-cutting lathe, driven by a hard drive recording head. Then they reinvented Edison’s original cylinder player, using modern materials and electronics and built to very fine tolerances.

    The Edison Bottle made its public debut at SemiPermanent in Auckland in May to a standing ovation from the assembled media and design community.
    Semi Permanent Launch video: on.fb.me/1a5J3ct

    Beck’s has had a long association with music and art. In fact, at about the same time Heinrich Beck was brewing his first beer in the 1870s, Tom Edison was tinkering away on designs for the first phonograph.

    Considering how beer has influenced recorded music since then, this physical collaboration was very appropriate and long overdue.

    Client: Beck’s New Zealand
    Creative Agency: Shine Limited
    Machine & Bottle Production: Gyro Constructivists
    Making-of Video Production: VICE
    Record Label: Arch Hill Recordings
    Band: Ghost Wave
    Album: Ages
    Featured Single: Here She Comes

    # vimeo.com/68007497 Uploaded 241K Plays 21 Comments


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