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  1. Official Music video ALB x THE ROAD

    Directed by Julien Lassort julienlassort.com
    Producted by Solab Pictures solab.fr
    Producer : Nicolas Tiry
    Motion production by ELMØ
    Motion Designers : Loïs de Cornulier, shoobAKA, Abel Reverter, Phong Luong, Bérengère Morel, Benjamin Guillaume, Julien Lassort

    Arista // Sony Music France // 2015

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    At only 18, Jeremy Flores was the youngest surfer to be on the WCT, the world's surfing elite. Surrounded by a team of professionals and an entire nation, Jeremy even won the most prestigious of competitions, at Pipeline Hawaii, in 2010. But the pressure, criticism, and his fiery temperament eroded little by little his hopes of becoming world champion.

    At the end of his tether, on July 13, 2014 at JBay in South Africa, after losing a heat, Jeremy Flores immediately contested his score with the judges,
in what was deemed a verbal assault by the World Surfing League.
As a result of his actions, Flores received a one-month ban
from the competition for bringing the sport into disrepute. This film was shot during his hiatus in Tahiti.

    Nowadays, Jeremy Flores has rediscovered what he loves doing most in the world - surfing. Sebastien Zanella, the editor of Desillusion magazine, followed the man during his forced holiday break, resulting in an outstanding documentary, from hell to heaven, an atmospheric peer-review where Jeremy tells his story, with no concessions.

    The video comes with a full report on Jeremy Flores published in Desillusion Magazine Tome 3, available on store.dslmag.com

    Supported by Quiksilver
    Directed by Sebastien Zanella
    Filmed by Chris Bryan, Sebastien Zanella, Pierre David & Jeremy Graham
    Produced by Nicolas Dazet

    Music :
    'Halving the compass'
    by Helios
    from the album
    Eingya
    itunes.apple.com/us/album/eingya/id387546921

    'In fulminic blaze '
    by Locrian & mamiffer
    from the album
    Bless Them That Curse You
    itunes.apple.com/us/album/bless-them-that-curse-you/id500932269

    'Absteigend '
    by Evan Caminiti
    from the album
    Dreamless Sleep
    /itunes.apple.com/fr/album/dreamless-sleep-bonus-track/id554251384

    '086'
    by Pajaro Sunrise
    from the album
    Kulturkatzenjammer
    itunes.apple.com/fr/album/kulturkatzenjammer/id716685534

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  3. Despite the fact that the look of his films often takes a back seat to bizarre stories and quirky characters, Spike Jonze has crafted a uniquely whimsical visual style over the course of his four feature films. Making the most out of simple elements such as lens flares, floating camera movement, centered framing, and wide-angle close-ups, Jonze creates an atmosphere that appears to be lifted straight from the pages of a fairytale storybook. His camera is fascinated with the mundane; intently exploring fabrics and materials, finding beauty and significance in the obscure and unnoticed. Dust particles floating in a beam of sunlight become hypnotic. The delicate plaster of marionettes feels as lifelike as human flesh. The matted fur wrapped around a child strikes us with an overwhelming sense of marvel and nostalgia.

    In his first two films, Being John Malkovich (1999) and Adaptation (2002), Jonze used a much more subdued sense of whimsy to express the playfully dark atmospheres. His two most recent works, Where the Wild Things Are (2009) and Her (2013), are saturated with the whimsy aesthetic, mirroring the wonderment and childlike fascinations associated with the films. Jonze utilizes the aesthetic in order to stitch together worlds suitable for his equally whimsical characters.
    MUSIC: "Igloo" and "The Moon Song" by Karen O
    Films used:
    Being John Malkovich (1999)
    Adaptation (2002)
    Where the Wild Things Are (2009)
    Her (2013)

    Originally featured at: blogs.indiewire.com/pressplay/watch-spike-jonzes-aesthetics-of-whimsy-a-video-essay-20150306

    Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.

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  4. Soa Aids Nederland asked us to help raise awareness about sexually transmitted infections and HIV among people living in the Netherlands from sub-Saharan Africa, Suriname, the Dutch Antilles and Aruba. Recent research has shown these groups to be at greater risk of infection due to cultural factors, which often result in them being less inclined to acknowledge the risk or seek help. This is not only bad for the health of the individuals concerned, but also the wider community. So there’s work to be done…

    To have an impact on this audience, we knew we’d have to develop an approach which would resonate culturally. The film needed to balance clarity with playfulness to open minds and engage with a very serious message. It had to be sensitive to boundaries, yet direct enough to provoke action. We therefore set about writing a script with an authentic and powerful tone-of-voice, which avoided being patronizing.

    Mostly inspired by African art we’ve crafted expressive hand-drawn graphics and fluent transitions to impart a personal touch and create a powerful visual language, which is easy to relate to for the target audience. 

    In addition to the general campaign film we also created a piece intended for general practitioners. They’re on the front-line in recognizing and advising on this issue, so raising more awareness in this arena is important. This film will be uploaded soon, so keep a close watch on our website.

    It was a great project to work on, with many creative challenges. Although very labour-intensive working frame by frame, we feel the resulting look has a charming handcrafted feel to it. It is accompanied by an evocative sound track which intertwines with the narrative, creating a piece that will hopefully resonate with its audience and be very memorable. We hope you like it!

    Designed, directed and produced by PlusOne.
    plusoneamsterdam.com

    Client: Soa Aids Nederland
    Creative Director: Martijn Hogenkamp 
    Producer: Marcel Vrieswijk 
    Design and animation: Christiaan Vlok, Cas Prins, Guido van Gemerden, Ola Tandstad, Rob Wienk, Jeroen Peter, Martijn Hogenkamp, Marcel Vrieswijk, Geert Jansen
    Copy: Miriam Young, Jessica Lehrer
    Music and Sound Design: ParkStudio
    Client: Wim Zuilhof, Rieneke de Man, Eva Meddens
    Special thanks to: Van Kruijssen Casting, InterVoiceOver, Raymi Sambo, Farida van den Stoom

    Follow us on:
    Twitter: twitter.com/plusoneams
    Facebook: facebook.com/plusoneamsterdam
    LinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/plusone

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  5. The coal-miner turned photographer is bringing a new angle to oceanic imagery

    The coal-mining town of Bulli, south of Sydney, is not regarded as a repository of high art, nor as a vibrant and pulsing beehive of life and color, and yet there was Ray Collins. Seven years ago the idea of his new photography book, Found at Sea, would have seemed ludicrous to him; he was still working a mile down in the mines and hadn’t shot a single frame. Collins crawled out of the mines after blowing out a knee—“No shock absorbers left,” he says—and bought a camera with the payout. In the short years since, Collins has transitioned from subterranean to submarine and become arguably the most inventive water photographer in Australia.

    # vimeo.com/123185527 Uploaded 195K Plays / / 77 Comments Watch in Couch Mode

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