1. Animation Reel for the film Brain Power directed by Tiffany Shlain

    Animation Assistant // Greg Lytle
    gregorylytle.com/

    Music // Peepshow by Pram

    You can watch the film in its entirety here:
    youtu.be/zLp-edwiGUU

    Brain Power: From Neurons to Networks is a 10-minute film and an accompanying TED Book. Based on new research on how to best nurture children’s brains from Harvard University’s Center on the Developing Child and University of Washington’s I-LABS, the film explores the parallels between a child’s brain development and the development of the global brain of Internet, offering insights into the best ways to shape both. The film and TED Book launched at the California Academy of Sciences on November 8, 2012.
    Brain Power is the third film in the Let it Ripple: Mobile Films For Global Change series, a digital short film series created to put the ideas explored in our feature documentary Connected into action. These short films employ a new type of filmmaking we have pioneered, called “Cloud Filmmaking,” where we use the cloud to create films with all of you, and then to provide free, customized versions of the films for organizations around the world.

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  2. It's not easy to come up with something new when you visit the same place every year for more than a decade. Over the years Marsel has created the most extensive and most popular night photography portfolio of Namibia on this planet, and two years ago he decided it was time to take it to the next level.

    The idea was to create a night photography timelapse video featuring his most popular subjects in this amazing country: the fairytale-like quivertrees and the eery, dead camelthorn trees in Deadvlei - something that had never been done before. But instead of going for static scenes, Marsel decided to add movement to the scenes by using a dolly system.

    All scenes were shot during the night with Nikon D3, D3s and D4 cameras. We used small headlights for selectively lighting trees and rocks, and we sometimes used the moon. The brighter the scene, the more moon there was at the time. For the arch scene we timed our shoot exactly with moonset, which involved quite a bit of calculating and planning. But the hardest one of all was probably the mist scene in Deadvlei. Mist in Deadvlei only occurs around five times a year, so we had to keep a close eye on the weather predictions and many attempts were unsuccessful. When we finally got it right, the results far exceeded our expectations and show Deadvlei as no one has ever seen it before.

    Each second of video consists of 30 photographs. In total, Marsel shot more than 16,000 images over a period of two years for this project.

    The video won First Prize in the 2012 Travel Photographer Of The Year Awards.

    Marsel & Daniella

    Credits:
    Director: Marsel van Oosten
    Editor: Daniella Sibbing
    Composer: Simon Wilkinson
    Produced by: Squiver

    Equipment used:
    Cameras: Nikon D3, D3s and D4
    Lenses: Nikon 14-24/2.8 and 24-70/2.8
    Tripods: Gitzo
    Dolly: Stage Zero, Dynamic Perception

    Follow us on Twitter: twitter.com/Squiver
    Follow us on Facebook: facebook.com/marselvanoostenphotography

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  3. Directors - Mark Albiston & Louis Sutherland
    Writer - Louis Sutherland
    Producer - Wendy Cuthbert

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