1. Thomas Miller Showreel 2012/2013


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    A showreel of my short film projects Featured short films: - Struwwelpeter - Emotion Collection - Horror Of The Golden Box - Mollusk Magazine Promo

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    • Fritz Lang - Chapelier Fou


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      In a factory, thousands are working without a pause. One of them decides to break out to find where he comes from. it's a personal work I did for one year in my free-time. I based my story on the music of Chapelier Fou. Inspired by german expressionism and of course Fritz Lang's Metropolis, but also mechanism of Jean Tinguely or looney tunes backgrounds. The whole project was done entirely in After Effects: illustration, animation, editing and compositing. Thanks to Chapelier Fou for letting me use his music. you can buy/download the album "invisible" on www.icidailleurs.com/chapelier-fou www.chapelierfou.com And to Pierre Thirion www.21h42.com for his help in developing the story! Enjoy & Share!!!

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      • Bedroom Ghost by Pagan Society


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        Using footage from an obscure 1919 German silent short film about Sodom and Gomorrah that I found in the public domain, then adding some special post-production effects and synching it up with this haunting instrumental by DJ2nen & Pagan Society, I created a unique and contemporary looking music video. It's very homoerotic theme is very bold for that time period post World War 1, Germany was a haven for German Expressionism in their art and cinema and is very evident in this dance scene. The rest of the movie was corny and religious in its theme and I could see why it was in the public domain, but for this song it fits perfectly!!!

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        • Verloren


          from Ryne Wellman / Added

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          On hallows eve A grief-stricken mother, anxiously awaits her sons return home from trick or treating. Refusing to give up hope, she envisions his ghastly return. Credits Directed by ARWellman Produced by July Hizon Cinematographer Paul Van burkum Actors Suki McWilliams Dylan

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          • Colton Tran Films


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            The new logo for "COLTON TRAN FILMS."

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            • Sonnet of the Vampire


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              Written and Directed by Jake Morgan Cinematography by Michael Jee Editing and Sound by Terence Johnson © 2013 Michael Jee, Terence Johnson, and Jake Morgan

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              • Tullulah


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                A mural created by the artist Tullulah, filmed in 1+2 Studios Sydney, Australia. Camera: Anthony Chester Music: Vanessa Tammetta Facebook for Tullulah: http://www.facebook.com/tullulah.godard Tumblr & paintings: http://ohgodard.tumblr.com

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                • The Alloy Orchestra LIVE: w/ Phantom Of the Opera + From Morn to Midnight!


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                  “The best in the world at accompanying silent films.” — Roger Ebert “Alloy has brought fresh air to a world thought left to nostalgics. They give voice to the soul of their machines, and by doing that, they’ve given voice to no less than the sound of cinema” — Paolo Cherchi Usai (co-director, Pordenone Silent Film Festival) Thrashing and grinding soulful music from unlikely sources, the three-man musical ensemble Alloy Orchestra works with an outrageous assemblage of peculiar objects to achieve a brand of silent film accompaniment unmatched by anyone else on the planet. Utilizing their famous “rack of junk”, synthesizers and traditional axes like accordion and clarinet, the group — Ken Winokur, Terry Donahue and Mission of Burma’s Roger Miller — generates beautiful music in a spectacular variety of styles. They can conjure up a French symphony, or a ‘20s German bar band; they can make the audience think it’s being attacked by tigers, contacted by radio signals from Mars, or even swept up in the Russian Revolution! Tonight, witness their peerless score to the 1925 Lon Chaney classic The Phantom Of The Opera — the most iconic role of Chaney’s entire career, and one of the most physically tortured performances in all of silent film. Dir. Rupert Julian, 1925, 35mm, 78 min. (at 24 fps) With their panoply of thrashing, grinding percussion — as well as their keen sense of spooky melody — the three-man musical ensemble Alloy Orchestra (Ken Winokur, Terry Donahue and Mission of Burma’s Roger Miller) is the perfect choice to accompany this nightmarish classic of German Expressionism. Karl-Heinz Martin’s criminally underseen 1920 feature easily stands toe-to-toe with The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, and tells the shadowy tale of a bank teller trying desperately to escape the spiraling humdrum-iness of his small, dusty life. Awash in contorted sets and high-contrast décor, every banality of “normal life” is here reinvented into an unnerving spectacle: the bank becomes a grim underworld, a hotel staircase becomes an existential crisis, and a family drawing room becomes as loopy as a Slinky. A giddy cornucopia of extreme macabre stylization, this show will ROCK. Dir. Karl-Heinz Martin, 1920, digital presentation, 72 min.

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                  • My Daddy Loves Me... (Enhanced)


                    from Julien Philippe / Added

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                    A videopoem written by Habib Asfar with his heart and shot by Julien Philippe with his 5d mkII and enhanced by Vimeo with the German Expressionism look

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                    • Sound and silence - short film (2013)


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                      a film by Damien Salama with: Jake Gale, Holly Hagan-Walker, Jacob Jackson, Jason Rhodes, Imani Robinson, Chelsea Newton Mountney, and Rocco Biancardi

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