1. Noted illustrator Craig Frazier discusses his approach to the art of storytelling. His work can be seen at craigfrazier.com Watch in HD full screen for best viewing.

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  2. We arrived at the shop early in the morning as the first light entered the room. Dust particles danced through sunbeams as we began to move items around the space, debating wardrobe and the shot sequence. Nick entered and listened to what we had planned. He nodded his head, pulled a piece of beaver felt down from a shelf, set it on the table and began to work.

    Worries of the wardrobe, makeup, and set dressing fell away. It didn't matter who he was, what he was wearing, or whose hat he was making - in front of the camera camera was a man and his craft, the beauty of his work uncluttered. Watching Nick work froze our day in time and if it weren’t for the light blinking on the camera we would have had no reference to the year.

    In a society that often forgets the importance of making something by hand, Nick Fouquet’s artistry is a reminder of what is at the core of this country. We left inspired and grateful to be able to capture a timeless discipline passed down through generations.

    Director | Cinematographer: Dean Bradshaw
    Creative Director | 1st AD: Dersu Rhodes
    Editor: Chris Sowick
    Assistant Editor: Charles Thi
    Colorist: Juan Melara
    Sound Designer: Vidar Grande
    1st AC: Alek Parker
    Music by Yann Tiersen

    Shot in Venice, California.

    nickfouquet.com
    deanbradshaw.com
    dersurhodes.com

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  3. Four years after his passing, we still haven't quite caught up to Satoshi Kon, one of the great visionaries of modern film. In just four features and one TV series, he developed a unique style of editing that distorted and warped space and time. Join me in honoring the greatest Japanese animator not named Miyazaki.

    For educational purposes only. You can donate to support the channel at
    Patreon: patreon.com/everyframeapainting

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    Twitter: twitter.com/tonyszhou
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    For further reading/viewing, I highly recommend:
    Andrew Osmond's book "Satoshi Kon: The Illusionist" (my major source) amzn.com/1933330740
    Kristin Thompson's essay on match cuts & graphic matches http://bit.ly/1x960Em
    And this tumblr with an excellent name fuckyeahsatoshikon.tumblr.com/

    Music:
    Susumu Hirasawa - Meditational Field
    Susumu Hirasawa - Chiyoko's Theme
    Susumu Hirasawa - A Drop Filled with Memories

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  4. What happens when you mix the greatest ideas, a bunch of names, simplicity with pure human being hands? You get an incredible fun CRAZY titles for OFFF Cincinnati 2014 by Bradley G Munkowitz aka GMUNK in collaboration with the kick-ass AUTOFUSS. Enjoy the madness because this is pure human-creativity!

    OFFF Cincinnati 2014 is proudly part of OFFF on Tour's third edition.

    Director: Autofuss
    Creative Director: Bradley G Munkowitz
    Director of Photography: Joe Picard
    Producer: Andrew Devansky
    Fabrication Advisor: Andrew Devansky
    Editor: Ashley Rodholm
    Colorist: Carey Burens
    Music: Harald Boyesen
    Anton & Irene by: Peter Clark
    Yuko Shimizu by: Kirsten Ritschel
    Lobulu by: Ryan Chen
    Digital Kitchen by: Nate Costa
    James White by: Jason Kerr
    Sougwen Chung by: Rowan Ogden & Kenny Johnson
    Cocolab by: Conor Grebel
    GMUNK by: Bradley G Munkowitz
    OFFF Cincinnati 2014 by: Ian Colon
    Lightbox Fabrication: Barry Bradshaw
    DMX Master Control: Michael Beardsworth
    Key Grips: Dakota Wilder, Branson Stowell

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  5. As a Design intern at The Mill+, I had the privilege of working with some amazing artists. Rama Allen as CD and Chris Palazzo as AD, they both enabled me and pushed me to my limits. I was able to take a much larger role in the project thenI had expected. I worked on the design of all the Sacred Geometry, the Eye, the animation of the titles, the tunnel, and compositing of a few shots.

    Breakdown coming soon!

    Credits:
    Director: Rama Allen
    Art Director: Christopher Palazzo
    Executive Producer: Danielle Amaral
    Producer: Jason Bartnett, Tia Perkins
    Director of Photography: Adam Carboni
    Soundscapes: Fall On Your Sword
    Music: Darkness Falls
    Editor: Charlotte Carr
    Executive Producer: Danielle Amaral
    Producer: Jason Bartnett
    Pre-Viz: Navdeep Singh
    Colorist: Michael Rossiter
    Coordinator: Georgina Castle
    Technical Director: Andreas Berner
    Lead Designer: Yossanun Sangpattharamatee
    Particle Designer: Gabriel Pulecio
    Designers: Yossanun Sangpattharamatee, Gabriel Pulecio, Christopher Palazzo, Viraj Ajmeri
    Typography Design: Christopher Palazzo
    Animation & Compositing: Gabriel Pulecio, Viraj Ajmeri, Anthony Dodero, Lloyd Alvarez, Dave Rogers, Ashley Tyas, Justin Bakies, York Capistrano, Yossanun Sangpattharamatee, Christopher Palazzo
    NYIT: Matt Cornelius, Steve Gehrhardt, Joseph Kerkovich, Raymond Martinez
    Special Thanks: Heather Fullerton, Boo Wong, Eduard Dimasov, Joseph Hodgson

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