1. Marilyn maketh, Marilyn taketh awayth.

    Directed by MIKEY PLEASE

    A year in the making, the full six minute stopmotion short features the voice of Josie Long, one zillion hand carved tiny things, literally tens of carved foam puppets, two eye fulls of in-camera, long-exposure light trickery and a pair of tiny dolphins, smooching.
    Produced by - BLINK INDUSTRIES / HORNET FILMS
    Filmed at - CLAPHAM ROAD STUDIOS
    Executive Producers - PETER MEDLOCK / MICHAEL FEDER / BART YATES / MIKEY PLEASE
    Produced by - JAN STEBBINS/ JAMES STEVENSON BRETTON / MIKEY PLEASE
    Animated & Photographed by - MIKEY PLEASE / DAN OJARI
    With animation from - TIM ALLEN / STEVEN WARNE
    Music Composed by - BEN PLEASE / JOOLS SCOTT / BETHANY PORTER
    Sound Design - ADAM JANOTA BZOWSKI
    Voices - JOSIE LONG / JAMES STEVENSON BRETTON / THEODORA VAN DER BEEK / JOSEPHINE GALLAGHER
    Model Makers
    JEN NEWMAN / NADIA OH / KATY BEVERAGE / DAN OJARI
    MIKEY PLEASE / CARMEN MASON / ANNA GINSBERG / LAURA BATEMAN / KIM SWALLOW
    Puppets
    MIKEY PLEASE / LIZZY DALTON / JEN NEWMAN
    Set Design
    NADIA OH / MIKEY PLEASE / JEN NEWMAN / DAN OJARI
    Supervising DOP
    MATTHEW DAY
    Studio Manager
    ELIZABETH DAY
    Incidental Lighting
    MAX HALSTEAD
    Technical Support
    TOBY GOODYEAR
    Musicians
    ANDREW DOUGLAS FORBES / CATHERINE HURLEY
    EMMA HOOPER / BENEDICT PLEASE
    BETHANY PORTER / JOOLS SCOTT
    IAN VORLEY / JAMES WATTS
    Soloists
    AMADOU DIAGNE / MARIA DANISHVAR BROWN
    Recording Engineers
    BEN PLEASE / JACK SEDGWICK
    Mixed by
    SIMON HARRIS @ OFFSET AUDIO
    Post Production
    YUSSEF COLE / ELISA CIOCCA / JON GALLAGHER
    MARTY GEREN / RACHEl KWAK / MICHAEL LUZZI
    JOEY McCORMICK / MIKEY PLEASE / LEANDRO SANTINI / TED WIGGIN
    Grader
    RACHEL RARDIN
    Developed at the JAPIC RESIDENCY with the JAPANESE MINISTRY FOR CULTRAL AFFAIRS
    Thank you
    CAROLINE WATERLOW / DAN CHESTER / DAVE PROSSER / KEV HARWOOD /
    GREG HALAMA / SANG JIN BAE / JACK ROBINSON / DITOGEAR

    # vimeo.com/101548973 Uploaded 413K Plays 113 Comments
  2. kijekadamski.com
    2014
    Stop motion loop video designed for 21m wall at La Gaite Lyrique, Paris as a part of "Motion Factory" exhibition curated by Yves Geleyn (24.02-10.08.2014).
    More here: thecreatorsproject.vice.com/blog/trace-serves-up-a-65-foot-wide-stop-motion-tennis-match

    Director: Kijek/Adamski
    Production: La Gaite Lyrique
    Co/production: Strange Beast / Passion Paris
    Executive producer: Sam O’Keefe | Strange Beast, Michał Majewski | SHOOTME
    Production manager: Maja Ajnenkiel | SHOOTME
    Producer: Emilie Walmsley | Passion Paris, Kitty Turley | Strange Beast
    Tennis players: Ewa Kopczyńska, Bartosz Rosłoński
    Styrodur cutting: Dawid Krzyżanowski | AD Production
    Styrodur painting: Katarzyna Łygońska, Dariusz Skarżyński
    Gaffer: Mikołaj Car | Heliograf

    # vimeo.com/99718812 Uploaded 15.8K Plays 9 Comments
  3. Directed by Joseph Mann
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    Blinkink and Blinkart collaborate on stunning paper stop motion film for Peugeot.

    Blinkink director Joseph Mann has teamed up with Blinkart designer extraordinaire Kyle Bean to create a stunning stop motion paper world for Euro RSCG and Peugeot.

    Mann and Bean, along with their team of paper artists, created everything in the 30" film, including hundreds of individual spanners and bollards, over a period of 4 weeks entirely bespoke.

    # vimeo.com/35385239 Uploaded 62.4K Plays 27 Comments
  4. Commissioned by Grey Canada, Johnny Kelly has created Clothing’, ‘Food’ and ‘Shelter’ for The Salvation Army for their 2013 Christmas Campaign. Each ad sees coins dropped into The Salvation Army kettle, making the initial darker scenes transform into optimistic scenarios.

    Created using stop motion animation, the beautifully-rigged characters and worlds highlight just a few coins can help change people’s lives, take people off the street and give them food, clothing and shelter.

    There is a stark contrast between the ‘before’ and ‘after’ scenes, and to make the transitions feel as immediate and straightforward as possible, the team used quick lighting changes, immediately shifting the colour from cold nighttime to warm daylight.

    Client: Salvation Army Canada
    Title: ‘Food’ ‘Clothing’ & ‘Shelter’
    Length: 3 x 15”
    Agency: Grey Canada
    Creative Team: James Ansley & Yusong Zhang
    Agency Producer: Sam Benson

    Production Company: Nexus
    Director: Johnny Kelly
    ECD: Chris O’Reilly
    Producer: Isobel Conroy
    Project Lead: Mark Davies
    Design & 2D Previs: Johnny Kelly
    Production Manager: Zoe Verrier-Stunt & Fernanda Garcia Lopez
    Director of Photography : Matthew Day
    Stop Frame Animators: Matthew Cooper & Gary Cureton
    Art Director: Andy Gent
    Post Production / Grade: Time-Based Arts
    Compositing: Rob Ward & Alasdair Brotherston
    Sound Design: Barnaby Templar @ Fonic

    # vimeo.com/79984885 Uploaded 8,239 Plays 8 Comments
  5. Claynation, a global campaign for Land Rover, directed by Peter Sluszka, was created using clay and many skilled hands to morph and mold an ever-changing landscape. The Claynation campaign of broadcast, print ads and digital was designed, fabricated and shot over the course of 5 months at the DUMBO stage. The spot used roughly 1.5 tons of clay, with animators brought in from across the country that specialized in claymation animation.

    The Land Rover car used in the spot, the only non-clay element in the spot, was dissected, modeled and printed out on a 3D printer. The car, once assembled, functioned realistically from the steering, doors, to the practical headlights. In the campaign, the car is seen driving through many clay environments, with every frame morphed and manipulated, to create the seamless journey from cities to mountains and beyond.

    Director: Peter Sluszka
    Executive Producer: Michael Feder
    Producer: Greg Bedard, Zack Kortright
    Stop Motion Producer: Joel Kretschman

    Director of Photography: Ivan Abel
    Motion Control Operator: Richard Coppola
    Gaffer: Michael Yetter
    Best Boy: Nate Cocca-Bates, Jarrod Kloiber
    Key Grip: Joe Mandeville
    2nd Grip: Meno Payne, Charlie Wing
    Swing: Jonah Vigil
    Art Director: Ben Kress
    Fabrication: Nathan Asquith, Tim McDonald, Halsey Rodman, Elise Ferguson, Pete Erickson, Erika Bettencourt, Jacob Dyrenforth, Sal Denaro, Ohad Meromi, Connie Chan, Melissa Loyola, Kevin Coyle, Harry Teitelman, Matt Christensen
    Sculptors: Ben Kress, Michael Lawrence
    Animators: Teresa Drilling,Tom Gasek, Richard Zimmerman, Eileen Kohlhepp, Peter Sluszka, Kevin Coyle
    Assistant Animators: Connie Chan, Matt Christensen
    Production Assistants: Dennis Gomez, Brian Grant, Matt Churchill, Ed Harris
    Lead Compositor: Andrew Macfarlane
    Compositors: John Harrison, Peter Fink, Yussef Cole, Connie Chan, Julien Koetsch
    Storyboard Artists: David Zung, Connie Chan
    Designer/Styleframes: Tavet Gillson
    Editor: Anita Chao

    # vimeo.com/18753130 Uploaded 9,595 Plays 12 Comments

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