1. Bachelor film project from The Animation Workshop, Viborg, Denmark.
    animwork.dk/en/
    facebook.com/pages/The-Animation-Workshop-Official-Page/10452541819
    facebook.com/pages/The-Reward/158315164265428
    Check out the Kickstarter for a whole "Tales of Alethrion" series! kickstarter.com/projects/1862188728/tales-of-alethrion-season-one

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  2. CASSINI’S GRAND FINALE is a short film I had the great honor to produce for NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) about the spectacular ending of the Cassini/Huygens mission to Saturn. It is meant as an inspirational and informative piece about what happens in the last months of the mission, and as a celebration of all that this historic spacecraft has achieved.

    Here is an article from JPL on the production of the film: saturn.jpl.nasa.gov/news/3016/making-cassinis-grand-finale/

    For the official JPL release of the film, please turn here:
    saturn.jpl.nasa.gov/news/3013/nasas-cassini-mission-prepares-for-grand-finale-at-saturn/
    or go directly to the official JPL YouTube video here:
    youtu.be/xrGAQCq9BMU

    For the official NASA release, please turn here:
    nasa.gov/press-release/nasa-s-cassini-mission-prepares-for-grand-finale-at-saturn

    NASA’s Cassini spacecraft (launched in 1997) has been in orbit around Saturn since 2004 exploring the giant planet, its spectacular system of rings and moons. Cassini was also carrying with it the European Huygens Probe which was dispatched after arrival and successfully landed on the moon Titan, becoming the first human made craft to land on a surface in the outer solar system.
    In 2017 - after more than a decade of bringing home remarkably successful scientific achievements, discoveries and a treasury of gorgeous photos – the spacecraft is running out of fuel to maneuver. In order to protect the moons Enceladus and Titan, and their potentially life-bearing sub surface oceans, from possible contamination in the unlikely event of a future collision, it has been decided to take Cassini permanently out of service. This is done by crashing the spacecraft into the atmosphere of Saturn - but not without doing some amazing science on the way.
    22 times, Cassini dives through previously unexplored gap between Saturn and its rings, collecting new data on the mass of the rings (used to help determine their age), measurements of Saturn’s gravity and magnetic fields (used to help understanding its internal structure) and sending home stunning views of Saturn’s clouds and the rings – seen from a closer range than ever before.
    Even up until the very end, Cassini will bring home data, as it tastes the atmosphere of Saturn, just minutes before burning up and becoming part of the planet itself.

    It has been an unprecedented honor for me to get to do this film. Being a passionate enthusiast of planetary science, Cassini is the one mission - more than any other – to define my interest in the field, as I’ve had the pleasure to follow its success, from start to end, for a major part of my adult life.

    For more information about the Cassini mission and its Grand Finale, please turn here:
    saturn.jpl.nasa.gov/

    CREDITS:
    DIRECTOR – Erik Wernquist
    PRODUCERS – Preston Dyches (JPL), Stephen Epstein (JPL)
    MUSIC – Cristian Sandquist
    WRITER – Preston Dyches (JPL)
    NARRATOR – Stephanie Czajkowski
    COLORIST – Caj Müller
    EDITOR – Micke Lindgren
    VISUALS COMPOSITING & PRODUCTION – Erik Wernquist
    CASSINI MODELING – Svante Segelson
    CASSINI SHADING, TEXTURES & DYNAMICS – Per Jonsson
    SATURN BACKGROUND PAINTINGS – Greg Martin
    TITLES – Mikael Hall
    ADDITIONAL TEXTURES & BACKGROUNS – Svante Segelson
    ADDITIONAL COMPOSITING & PARTICLES – Mikael Hall

    Thank you NASA, JPL, ESA and the entire Cassini/Huygens team for making such a wonderful, successful and inspiring mission.

    And especially; thank you Cassini, and farewell.
    The solar system will feel empty without you.

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  3. In this hand drawn animation a line is being extrapolated through a grid. When the line surpasses the boundaries of the grid, the process spreads to and reflects on its surroundings. Beyond each boundary the extrapolation of movement is causing deformation in a systematic but speculative way.

    This work was created with support from ”Animation Artist in Residence Tokyo 2016” part of the Agency for Cultural Affairs, Government of Japan (Bunka-cho) ”Project to invite overseas creators of media arts 2016”, the Mondriaan Fund and The Netherlands Film Fund.

    More info: http://www.johanrijpma.nl/notes/notes-extrapolate/
    Directors Notes: http://directorsnotes.com/2017/04/25/johan-rijpma-extrapolate/

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  4. This music video takes Ylvis for an exhilarating ride through outer space, dodging stars, planets and penis-shaped galaxies, on their mission to educate foreign species about the wonders of the male genitalia. English title: On the tip of the willy

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  5. Professional bull rider Cody Campbell reaches a breaking point in his career.

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    Director/Editor: Jesse Rosten | jesserosten.com
    Director of Photography: Matt Jeppsen | mattjeppsen.com
    AC: Cameron Carey
    Grip/Electric: Sasquatch Lighting
    Phantom Tech: Daniel Hurst
    Sound: Derek Ecklund
    Music written and performed by: Robin Dupuy | robin-dupuy.com
    Sound Design: Nick Nylen | nicknylen.com/
    Color: Martin Melnick | Treehouse Post

    Special thanks to Michael Mace at Mossyrock Cattle Company, David Danton, Braiden & Colt Johnson, JT Marshell, and Jace Catlin.

    Extra special thanks to Koerner Camera for the lenses koernercamera.com/

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