1. A stop motion film made out of 720 individual pieces of toilet paper.

    Moist Creation presents
    
moistcreation.com

    “Jackson's Arse Wipes - Shit Responsibly”

    narrated by
    
Alex Thomas
    
alexthomasactor.com

    Music and Sound Design by
    
Tobi Vogel

    tobivogel.de

    Director of Photography

    Konstantin Freyer

    konstantinfreyer.com

    produced by
    
Eric Sonnenburg
    ericsonnenburg.com

    Executive Producer
    
Moist Creation

    written by
    
Moist Creation

    directed by
    
Moist Creation

    Motion Graphics by

    Moist Creation

    1st Camera Assistant

    Flu Popow
    facebook.com/FluPopowPhotography

    Colourist
    Moist Creation


    Voice Over recording by
    
Frank Wiedmann

    Light and Camera Equipment provided by

    Camelot Broadcast Services GmbH

    camelot-berlin.de

    recorded at
    
LOFT TONSTUDIOS GmbH
    loftstudios.de

    Location provided by

    Camelot Broadcast Services GmbH

    special thanks for all your help:


    Bojana Nikolaidis
    Andreas Drewling
    Claudia Wowretzek
    Vanessa Dankers
    Nadine Nagel
    Gloriberth Buschbeck
    David Masterson

    Copyright 2013 - All Rights Reserved - Moist Creation GbR

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  2. 15 years of making things people love.

    hugeinc.com

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  3. Arcade Creative group worked closely with The Mill to create KPMG’s promotional video, “We Shape History” for their new “We Shape History” campaign.

    The film highlights three key time periods as examples of KPMG’s influence over the path of history since the start of the company, which dates back to 1870.

    Starting with archival footage of the Lend-Lease act being signed by President Franklin Roosevelt in 1941, which was enacted by KPMG to help the allies win WWII, the film continues by using newspaper articles and footage featuring the aftermath of the Iranian hostage crisis in 1979. The story of how KPMG South Africa was called upon to certify the election of Nelson Mandela is shown through animated crowds and old television reels of the era to close the piece.

    Mill+ creative director Antony Dodero notes: “Conceptually we were given the task of telling three unique stories that were inspired by newspaper clippings of the time. We were establishing the look of the film while assembling the narrative with archival footage. It ended up creating a really healthy workflow that evolved throughout the duration of the project as we moved into animation."

    “The challenge was to create a visual style that felt grounded in each decade, and to have the final film feel cohesive and unified stylistically.”

    The final film truly shows the important part KPMG has played throughout it’s storied history, to cut through the complexity of politics and war to empower change.

    Director: Anthony Dodero
    Executive Producer: Zu Al-Kadiri
    Producer: Stephanie Katritos

    Editor: Jessica Ledoux
    Post Production / VFX

    Executive Producer: Zu Al-Kadiri
    VFX Producer: Stephanie Katritos
    Creative Director: Anthony Dodero
    2D Lead Artists: Duncan Elms, Pierce Gibson
    2D Artists: Aran Quinn, Ariane Irle, Vivian Kim, York Capistrano, John Stanch

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  5. Winner: Bronze 2013 Bass Awards
    Best Social Commentary

    This video represents the talents of animators Alexander Perry & Michael Wilson along with audio genius Ben Roider. They were supported by Tod Brilliant and Dalton G Crosthwait. Monstro managed the whole shabang. We do our best to support messages that we truly believe in, and this is definitely one of them. There's a lot we could be doing to reduce how much oil we consume - hopefully this little ditty convinces more people that they have the ability to reduce their consumption.

    A message from the Post Carbon Institute:
    In recent months we've seen a spate of assertions that peak oil is a worry of the past thanks to so-called "new technologies" that can tap massive amounts of previously inaccessible stores of "unconventional" oil. "Don't worry, drive on," we're told.

    We can fall for the oil industry hype and keep ourselves chained to a resource that's depleting and comes with ever increasing economic and environmental costs, or we can recognize that the days of cheap and abundant oil (not to mention coal and natural gas) are over.

    Unfortunately, the mainstream media and politicians on both sides of the aisle are parroting the hype, claiming — in Obama's case — that unconventional oil can play a key role in an "all of the above" energy strategy and — in Romney's — that increased production of tight oil and tar sands can make North America energy independent by the end of his second term.

    WE NEED YOUR HELP.

    Please share this video and help bring a dose of reality to the energy conversation:

    * Email the video to everyone you think needs to watch it
    * Share it through your social networks
    * Send it to your elected officials

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