1. The Girl Is Mime - Starring Martin Freeman


    from Tim Bunn Added 240K 3,050 69

    Did the mime commit the crime? Clive Buckle is being questioned about the murder of his wife. Interrogation brings back a slew of memories, some good, some bad...some sexy. The police are convinced he did it, they just need a weapon; but Clive's saying nothing. The film was made for the London 48 Hour Film Project, 2010. We funded it entirely ourselves, hence why we have included the little 'Tip Jar' button... don't feel you have to though, we won't go hungry or anything. However, if you laughed, it's a £1,000 minimum. For more info on The Girl Is Mime, click this bitch: www.thegirlismime.co.uk Also, why not check out the 'Making of' by the brilliant Sam Sapin, here: https://vimeo.com/19741170 Double also, why not check out the band who composed the film's brilliant soundtrack: http://themiserablerich.com

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    • Friday at the Vimeo Festival + Awards!


      from Daniel Hayek Added 21.4K 281 63

      Check out day 1 of the Vimeo Festival, 2010. Well over a thousand people were on hand at the Vimeo/IAC HQ to see some of the many great talks and workshops. Check out some of the highlights! If you have footage from the event, add it to the Vimeo Festival Group - vimeo.com/groups/vimeofest Update: check out day two! http://vimeo.com/15727324

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      • The Damage Done


        from Rainfall Added 32.6K 571 59

        The Damage Done is a western short by Rainfall Films. It premiered at the 2010 DVX WESTFEST, where it won 1st Place. A hired gun is tasked by the local sheriff to apprehend a bank robber in a hostile area of 1890 New Mexico. The dangerous assignment is complicated by a personal secret which the gunman is trying to protect. To learn more about the film and company, please visit rainfallfilms.com

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        • The 2012 Vimeo Festival + Awards: Submissions now open!


          from Vimeo Festival + Awards Added 71.5K 1,101 56

          The 2012 Vimeo Festival + Awards celebrate the best original videos online. This time around we're honoring videos (and their amazing creators) in 13 categories, including four brand spankin' new ones. And because we believe creativity should be rewarded, we're giving away $5,000 grants to category winners and one $25,000 grand prize, all to help recipients make new work. Submissions are now open, so go ahead — wow us. Vimeo.com/awards/submit Music: "Bust This Bust That" by Professor Kliq (http://www.professorkliq.com/) http://vimeo.com/musicstore/track/23013

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          • The Rail Yard - Winning AIPP Fusion Entry - APPA's 2011


            from Michael Fletcher Added 3,800 84 49

            This is a Fusion entry my brother Christian and I put together for this years APPA (Australian Professional Photographer Awards). We had been talking about collaborating on a Fusion project together for a while and quite literally left it to the last minute to put something together. We shot the images one night and edited the end result the next day to make that nights mail as the entry had to be in Sydney three days later. To say it went down to the wire was an understatement. The Fusion category required a photographer to combine his still images into a (2 minute only) presentation incorporating moving footage be it real time, timelapse, or stop motion. The photographer could employ the services of a third party (me) to edit the end result. There was a requirement for the presentation to include at least 20% of still imagery or 20% of moving imagery. It was pretty hard to come up with something that only goes for 2 minutes and my normal slow pace filming wasn't an option. Anyway I got a Silver for it which was 80 out of a possible 100. Not bad considering how quickly it was thrown together. Next year Christian and I will give ourselves a bit more time and hopefully push for a gold..... Hope you like it. **I have just found out it was judged the WINNER of the FUSION category so how about that. I'm blown away...** The music is from the track "Safety in Numbness" heavily cut down as it goes for over eight minutes. It is a collaboration between the band " Sonver" http://www.sonver.co.uk/ and Belgian band "Elephant Leaf" http://www.myspace.com/elephantleaf Lead singer Lucie Dehli does an amazing job on this track but unfortunately you only hear a short distant hint of her hauntingly beautiful voice. (Sorry Lucie) Sadly "Sonver" have split up and two of the talented members have gone onto solo projects. Jo Quail http://www.joquail.co.uk/ Ben McLees http://www.thisisradiosilence.com/ Check these guys out they are very cool and purchase Safety in Numbness on itunes it's an awesome track when you hear it in full. http://itunes.apple.com/au/artist/sonver-vs-elephant-leaf/id282867956

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            • El Punto Ciego (2005)


              from Álex Montoya Added

              THE BLIND SPOT is a multi awarded psycho thriller short film crafted by Alex Montoya and Raul Navarro and starring Natalia Mateo, Juanjo Díaz Polo and Alejandro Marzal. A big chunk of the piece was filmed with two rigged Panasonic DVX100 that conformed a semiHD image. You can see the rig and more production pictures here: http://rlux.blogspot.com/2006/02/acerca-de-la-tcnica-en-el-punto-ciego.html

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              • EBGE 2011 / Promotion Category Intro


                from monologue Added 25K 1,154 46

                It's always a good day at the office when your job is to create something for someone, that's entirely yours in concept, design, and execution. For this year's Greek Design and Illustration Awards (EBGE), we volunteered to produce the intro video for the Promotion category, which includes awards for Best Poster, Best Print Ad, Best Invitation, Best Cultural Event Program and Best Flyer (shown in this exact order in the video). We never really experimented with abstract design in the past, at least not as much as we'd like to, so we figured this would be a good opportunity to do so. After a lot (and we mean, a lot) of playing around with shapes, materials, -our patience- and the overall look of the video, we came up with something that's loosely described as a series of breathing, conceptual projections of each award in its most primitive form, sometimes more abstract, sometimes more literal, but hardly ever random. Animation: Monologue Sound Design: Monologue Follow us on Twitter: www.twitter.com/monologue_gr

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                • AlShasha alKabira "The Big Screen"


                  from Ali Hazime Added 5,347 504 46

                  A TV Show Opening Title presents the latest about Cinema. Client: Arabia TV. Software used: Cinema 4D, after Effects, Photoshop & Illustrator. Year: 2014

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                  • The Lemon Tree


                    from William Campbell Added 33K 544 45

                    The Lemon Tree is a short experimental narrative. It addresses our constant hunt for perfection. The closer we think we are the more distorted our memory of it becomes.

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                    • LAVAL VIRTUAL AWARDS 2010 show opener


                      from Regis Hervagault Added

                      short film opening the 12th LAVAL VIRTUAL Awards ceremony at the theatre celebrating the cream of the crop of ongoing research and innovative uses of virtual reality. 16 prizes were given to selected leading projects and soon to be released products in the fields of interactive and immersive new technologies. exclusive production notes available at digitalcinemafoundry : http://www.digitalcinemafoundry.com/2010/04/29/laval-virtual-awards-2010-show-opener/ cinematography from rhervag with the Canon 5Dmk2 featuring local talent Sihèm haunting presence in key locations from the conference professional days selecting awards to elite forward thinkers upon a mesmerizing soundtrack from liverpool's up and coming progressive rock act MinionTV. http://www.laval-virtual.org http://www.miniontv.co.uk http://tempusfugit.tv image : Régis Hervagault music : MinionTV cast : Sihèm Zeghbab grip : Fabien Falcetta hair : Jennifer Cousin makeup : Virginie Aubin wardrobe : Emmanuelle Segura many thanks to Joachim Barège, Gwendoline Galou, Florian Dagué, Laurent Granier, Matthieu Lépine, Marie-Laure Pérès and everyone who have contributed to this project.

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