1. Adventure Glue


    from Karen Abad / Added

    A little girl runs out of glue sticks but finds a special kind of glue that makes things come to life. Shot on the Arri 35 III with Zeiss prime lenses. KODAK 35mm VISION 3 stock 5207-250D Produced, Directed, Shot, Edited, Animated by: Karen Abad Starring: Alyson Wilson Music by: Detektivbyrån Crew: Dylan Glockler, Luis Montijo, Paula Lima View the 30 second cut here: http://vimeo.com/8020614/

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    • I Live To Let You Shine


      from Karen Abad / Added

      For Seb. <3 The story of star's journey to turn into the sun. (*This is the first time I've ever illustrated and animated anything in its entirety in Illustrator and After Effects on my own, so I apologize for the shotty animation and the poor illustrations...I'm still learning.) Over 100 layers in AE, 10 hours of painstaking self-learning, rendering, exporting, 3 glasses of wine, impatience, 2 cups of coffee, and four puffy spicy Cheetos.

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      • Lip Dub Pop Muzik


        from fredasterical / Added

        52.2K Plays / / 173 Comments

        A lip dub by me to M's Pop Muzik. I took a bit of time with this one. Hope you enjoy! And remember: commenting is easy and fun!

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        • Ormie


          from Ormie Pig / Added

          2.8M Plays / / 161 Comments

          Ormie is a Pig, in every sense of the word. Pig see cookie. Pig want cookie. But they are out of reach...or are they? See Ormie's attempts to gain the warm sweet taste that is his obsession. Watch the short film that has film festival audiences laughing and cheering. Ormie has garnered 8 Festival Awards including Best Short Film (Savannah FF 2010, Palm Springs Int'l Shorts Fest 2010, Sprockets 2010, Seattle Int'l FF 2010) and the Audience Award (New York Int'l Children's FF 2011).

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          • HA HA HA...NOP!


            from cayoyin / Added

            5,581 Plays / / 142 Comments

            I'm starting to wonder if I'm bipolar or something jajaja...nop!

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            • Looking in the Mirror


              from Simon Panrucker / Added

              26.1K Plays / / 122 Comments

              Filmed and Co-Directed by Mike Somerset. I've put the song up for download on MySpace if anyone wants a copy. http://www.myspace.com/simonpanrucker

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              • Bon Anniversaire Rémi


                from Karen Abad / Added

                Dear Rémi, I hope you enjoy this tribute to your DAISYAIMELEVIOLET and C Unit videos in paper form. Happy Birthday! Love, Karen and Charlie Music: The Phoenix Foundation (The video is only 1:10 long, the rest of it is just text to Remi.)

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                • Butter Fingers


                  from J-Scott / Added

                  195K Plays / / 99 Comments

                  “Butter Fingers” explores some of the more unique items you might not want to let slip through your fingers. Let's face it, if you can't relate to dropping at least a handful of the items pictured, then you're either utilizing duct-tape to it's fullest potential or it was you who dropped the grenade. Condolences. Creating "Butter Fingers" was no easy task and entirely a labor of love for the better part of 2 years. Finding time during evenings and weekends, until all hours of the morning occasionally, holidays etc. until the ground was filled with all the bits and pieces of unlucky items. Although I was a team of one to formulate the ideas, illustrate, design and animate the visuals, that is only half of the pie. I worked with a pair of extremely talented people, each in their own right. Cyrille Marchesseau composed a stunning score based off of a single "Home Alone" reference I provided and created a soundtrack that opens up a colorful world I wouldn't have been able to arrive at on my own. Wesley Slover brought the items to life with marble hits and soda sprays galore, working from my ambiguous descriptions and requests until they were just the right amount of fun. Once everything was complete, he was also responsible for the crisp final mix that you hear now. A special thanks to all those who answered my questions and helped solve problems I otherwise would still be stumped by, including Matthew Sienzant, Mike Florio, Chad Tafolla, Ryan Summers, Ben Tucker, Forbes Hill, Michael Dibblee, Justin Demetrician, and my beautiful wife Katie (who put up with more floor crashes than anyone should ever be asked to). Credits: Direction, Design, and Animation: Jordan Scott http://j-scott.com/ Score: Cyrille Marchesseau http://www.cyrillemarchesseau.com/ Sound Design and Audio Mix: Wesley Slover http://sono-sanctus.com/

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                  • #OnSet - Being a Cinematographer Parody.


                    from Adam Khamis / Added

                    190K Plays / / 99 Comments

                    A light-hearted look at the role of the Cinematographer. With respect to the original video - Being a Cinematographer - this is a parody of the original done in good fun with no harm intended. Just a bit of fun and hopefully a few laughs. Enjoy. @adamkhamis Here is the link to the original: https://vimeo.com/100096260 Adam is a director/editor at The Forge, Sydney www.theforge.net.au Thanks to Steve Saunders for the sound mix. Written and voiced by: Adam Khamis

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                    • Eat your carrots !


                      from Capucha / Added

                      47.6K Plays / / 91 Comments

                      Capucine makes the scene because she doesn't want to finish her carrots. When she realizes our patience limits are soon to be reached, she plays her ace card.

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