1. Flying Eye Books


    from James D Wilson / Added

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    Welcome to Flying Eye Books, a new and exciting publishing imprint for Children from the creators of Nobrow Press! http://www.flyingeyebooks.com This collaborative film for Flying Eye Books was storyboarded and animated by Jambonbon (James D Wilson), using the original and wondrous illustrations of Ben Newman. The music was composed by the talented Lloyd Evans. Links: http://jambonbon.com http://www.bennewman.co.uk

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    • What is Literature for?


      from Marcus Armitage / Added

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      A short film made for the School of Life, explaining why on earth we read books and what they could do for us. It was animated by myself and Ignatz Johnson Higham. Voice over Alain de Botton Sound Design J. Alexandra Roberts Produced by http://madadamfilms.co.uk/ I was creative director for this project which also covered three other videos animated by other people. Watch the BIG IDEAS series here on the School of Life Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4RCFLobfqcw&list=PLwxNMb28XmpdJpJzF2YRBnfmOva0HE0ZI

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      • 2012 TEDx Savannah Official Opener


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        • console 14 00


          from Remi Chambran / Added

          1,036 Plays / / 36 Comments

          Another stop motion short on Console's Cd intro music using all I could find to animate

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          • Reading Kills


            from Beto Gomez / Added

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            Imagine a world where the simple act of reading turned deadly. My graduation film from the Vancouver Film School Classical Animation program. http://whothehellisbetogomez.com/ Music by Mucca Pazza.

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            • Stitches


              from Reut Bortz / Added

              14.7K Plays / / 33 Comments

              My graduation film from the animation department at Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem The film deals with the question whether it is possible to adapt every child to one specific mold? In an enclosed city, in which everyone looks the same and follows the same path, in which everything is done according to the books--one girl sprouts wings. The idea that their daughter will be "strange" in their society is too difficult for the family. They feel they cannot allow the difference to continue to grow, and must therefore fit her into the existing framework. Now the girl must face her difference and choose between her family and her freedom. Created by: Reut Bortz (Script, Direction, Animation, Art, Design, Layout) Nir Philosof (Art, Layout, Animation) Original Score by: Rea Meir Sound design by: Elad Gazar Haifa International Film Festival (Israel, 2012) Big Cartoon Festival (Russia, 2012) Monstra Animation Festival (Portugal, 2013) Toronto Jewish Film Festival (Canada, 2013) Tel Aviv International Student Film Festival (Israel, 2013) Jerusalem Film Festival (Israel, 2013) FEMINA International Women´s Film Festival (Brazil, 2013) Jewish Eye - World Jewish Film Festival (Israel, 2013) Balkanima (Serbia, 2013) International women's film festival (Israel, 2013) UK Jewish film festival (London, 2013) Bucharest Jewish Film Festival (Romania, 2013)

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              • Books


                from Remyyy / Added

                679 Plays / / 32 Comments

                Music : Saycet - Don't cry little girl

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                • Rabia's inspirations


                  from Sherif Mokbel / Added

                  Rabia Z is an international fashion designer. She's known for her modern approach in designing the traditional Arab women's dresses called "Abayas". This film was created to paint her world... the world that inspires her. This was part of an online interactive campaign to promote her next unique Abaya Design. This was shot on 60D and 5D Mark III Lenses: Canon 17-55mm Canon 35mm Canon 50mm Canon 70-200mm Music Credit: "24 FPS Cinematic Joy Mix" by The Candlepark Stars Sound Design: Khaled Hamdy (www.khaledhamdy.net) Production: Circus Studios (www.circus-studios.com) Edited and Graded on Final Cut X Light leaks from www.motionvfx.com

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                  • New York Times Book Review: Holiday Books


                    from Johnny Kelly / Added

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                    An animation to accompany the New York Times' annual 'Holiday Books' supplement: http://www.nytimes.com/2013/12/08/books/review/100-notable-books-of-2013.html?ref=books&_r=0 The idea was to show what books get up to when we step out of the room. Watch full screen for ultimate effect! -- Credits Production Company: Nexus Director + Designer: Johnny Kelly Producer: Isobel Conroy Project Lead: Mark Davies Animation: Sergei Shabarov, Michal Firkowski, Fabrice Fiteni, Mark Davies 3D Rendering: Michal Firkowski, Jeremi Boutelet, Mark Davies 3D Modeller: Florent Rousseau Compositing: Elliott Kajdan Client: New York Times Book Review Art Direction: Nicholas Blechman Music & Sound Design: David Kamp www.mickeyandjohnny.com www.nexusproductions.com www.nytimes.com/pages/books www.nicholasblechman.com www.studiokamp.com

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                    • Bibliotheca Kickstarter


                      from Good. Honest. / Added

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                      We are so humbled by the rapid success of this campaign. The Kickstarter is over, but you can still back this project at: http://www.bibliotheca.co/ Video created by: Daniel Williams & Joseph McMahon (https://vimeo.com/goodhonest) Music by Chris Zabriskie (http://chriszabriskie.com) Color Grade by Dmitry Futoryan (http://futoryan.com)

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