/ About the Project As of today, it is estimated that there are more than 7 billion humans living on Earth. Humans have only been a glimpse in the Earth’s timeline, yet in the last 200 years the evolution of mankind has skyrocketed as well as the need for Earth’s resources. Skyscrapers are growing taller than the next, like huge trees battling for sunlight. At night, from a higher point of view, traffic evokes lava flowing down a volcano. Like a giant ant colony, humans have made this planet their own. But what about the Earth? Can we continue to take without consequences? The City Limits tries to show that even though we are the dominant species on the planet, there is something bigger than us. In Carl Sagan’s own words “Our planet is a lonely speck in the great enveloping cosmic dark. In our obscurity, in all this vastness, there is no hint that help will come from elsewhere to save us from ourselves. It is up to us.” Human progress and technology are developing at exponential rates but at what cost? Where is the city’s limit? / Technical Info Camera: Canon 5D Mark II Lenses: Canon 14 II, Canon 24 II, Canon 70-200 / Licensing For licensing information please visit: www.dominicboudreault.com/licensing / Connect with Me Website: www.dominicboudreault.com Twitter: twitter.com/domboudreault Instagram: instagram.com/dominicboudreault+ More details
A story about the fire at the heart of suffering. Bringing together dancers, musicians, visual artists and 3d animators, the film takes a critical look at current events. A mysterious figure travels aboard his boat through a dark and desolate landscape in his quest for inner peace. Main softwares used: Maya, Vray, FumeFX, RealFlow Download the wallpapers on our site. www.heliofant.com http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Id6nCa_OTEM Original soundtrack "the Stream", written and performed by Tanuki Project. www.thetanukiproject.com Some of the stellar artists that worked on the short: strob.net, huguescoupal.com, sebastienlarroude.com, arnaudbrisebois.carbonmade.com, daverand.com Thank you Boogie Studio of Montreal for color grading the film for festivals!!! Animation is about half keyframe animation and half motion capture. Motion capture recording by Lartech. Winner Ocelot Robot Film Festival Placed 14th/100 best of 2012 | Fubiz The Future of Animation | SOTW Awards 2013 “3D Movie creation” best film distinction | 4th International Animated Short Film Festival “Ciné court animé” Winner 3D award Bitfilm Festival - http://www.bitfilm.com/festival/ Selected for The One Show - http://www.oneclub.org/ Taafi - Toronto Animation Arts Festival International official selection (also selected for best of Taafi film screening) Short Shorts Film Festival & Asia 2013 - official selection 20th Granada Short film festival - International Competition released 06/24/2012+ More details
I was in Vancouver for a few days and spent some time testing out the video mode of my 7d. All random stuff, no theme or story; just cut to music. Equipment used: 7D w/ 17-55mm 2.8IS, Glidecam HD-2000, and.......rollerblades :) Color Correction was done in Color and I used the "super-flat" custom profile to help increase the dynamic range for post. 100% 720p 60 conformed to 24p. I included a bunch of clips featuring moire to demonstrate what you can/can't get away with when shooting deep focus shots. Thanks for watching! Music: Radiohead - Go Slowly+ More details
On a cold winter's night, Lynn's quest for a one night stand is complicated when the guy she goes home with lives two hours away via public transit. *This is the first short film we've directed together and we're finally allowed to share it online. We hope you enjoy watching it because we really enjoyed making it. Here's the second short we made https://vimeo.com/73728043 Starring: Alex House(twitter.com/AlexDwelling) & Jenny Raven (twitter.com/JennyBRaven) Writers/Directors: Dane Clark (twitter.com/imdaneclark) & Linsey Stewart (twitter.com/mellamolinsey) Producers: Mike MacMillan (twitter.com/lithiumstudios) & Jordan Gross (twitter.com/thejordangross) Cinematographer: Daniel Grant (vimeo.com/57653057) Editor: Jonathan Eagan (twitter.com/ego_tweets) Sound By: Sean Van Delft and Post City Sound Featuring Music By (In order with shortened iTunes link): Yours & Mine by HotKid - http://bit.ly/1aFy1wP The Law Of Unintended Consequences by My Dad Vs Yours - http://bit.ly/15a33EM Hold My Hand by Gramercy Riffs - http://bit.ly/1dfxiU6 The Moonwolf Departure by Pat LePoidevin - http://bit.ly/1fcb1D8 Thanks, Internet! *Vimeo Staff Pick. Whoa. *Viewfinder List - http://www.viewfinderframes.com/category/viewfinder-list-2012/ *Short Of The Week - http://www.shortoftheweek.com/2012/11/05/long-branch/ *NSI Short Film Fest - http://www.nsi-canada.ca/2012/10/long-branch/ Awards & Nominations *Best Short - Calgary International Film Festival (2011) *Best Short - Canadian Film Festival (2012) *Best Directors, Fiction - Yorkton Film Festival/Golden Sheaf Award (2012) *A&E Short Filmmakers Award For Best Film - NSI Online Short Film Fest (2012) *Bite Comedy Award - NSI Online Short Film Fest (2012) *Best Film Nomination- Canadian Comedy Awards (2012) *Best Short & Emerging Filmmaker Nominees - Yorkton Film Festival/Golden Sheaf Awards(2012) *Audience Award & Canada First Award - Lakeshorts International Short Film Festival (2013) *Audience Choice Award & Best Screenplay Award - Cabbagetown Short Film Festival (2013) Pages: http://www.facebook.com/longbranchmovie http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1954625/ email us: email@example.com We made a feature. It's coming soonish. Like it here if you want: http://www.facebook.com/IPutAHitOnYou+ More details
An explorer adventures into an unknown world, yet it seems that he has been there before. A short animated film directed by Malcolm Sutherland in 2010. With music by Alison Melville and Ben Grossman, and foley by Leon Lo. Sound design / mix by Malcolm Sutherland. The animation is all hand-drawn; a mix of drawing / pastels on paper and digital animation with Toonboom Studio and a wacom cintiq tablet, assembled in After Effects 7 and edited in Sony Vegas 8.+ More details
/ About the Project In 1953, Alfred Hitchcock and his Hollywood crew flew to a small French Canadian town called Quebec. There, they filmed one of the “Master of Suspense” most underrated movies: “I, Confess”. Hitchcock said he chose Quebec City mostly for convenient reasons. It was a perfect substitute for his beloved Paris with its Gothic churches and Old World charm. The French Canadian city was a cinematic natural. Founded in 1608 by Samuel de Champlain, Quebec is one of the oldest cities in North America and definitely has a European feel to it. More than 30 years after the filming of “I, Confess”, I developed a fascination for Alfred Hitchcock’s suspenseful and masterful movies. I was thrilled and surprised to find out that he shot one of them in my hometown, for the most part not very far from where I lived as a young boy. It inspired me to rediscover my city. Armed with my camera and a good winter coat, I braved the frozen winter months and began filming scenes of my own. With Hitchcock’s movie soundtracks in my headphones, I walked every street and looked everywhere for the perfect point of view of Quebec. What came out of my quest was my first time lapse video. An homage to “Hitch” but also an homage to my hometown “La Vieille Capitale”. / Technical Info Camera: Canon 5D Mark II Lenses: Canon 24 II, Canon 135, Canon 70-200 / Licensing For licensing information please visit: www.dominicboudreault.com/licensing / Connect with Me Website: www.dominicboudreault.com Twitter: twitter.com/domboudreault Instagram: instagram.com/dominicboudreault+ More details
A 3 weeks adventure with the French photographer Brice Portolano backpacking in the wilderness of British Columbia. After a week on Vancouver Island, Brice hiked in the South Chilcotin mountains with the aim of reaching the highest summits. Directed, filmed & edited by Mathieu Le Lay - www.mathieulelay.com | www.facebook.com/mathieulelayfilmmaker Photographer Brice Portolano - http://briceportolano.com | www.facebook.com/brice.portolano *** With the support of the Canadian Tourism Commission www.facebook.com/ExploreCanada *** Shot in British Columbia 4 days trek in Cape Scott, Vancouver Island 6 days trek in the South Chilcotin Mountains -- Music Rone "Parade" by Erwan Castex www.facebook.com/roneofficial © Warner Chappell Music France & Infine With the authorization of Warner Chappell Music France Moby "Not Sensitive", "Snowball", "Blue Paper" www.facebook.com/mobymusic -- Sponsors LovinPix & SlideKamera http://www.lovinpix.com/?scaid=03201514 -- © Mathieu Le Lay - 2014+ More details
Toronto Skyline Porn is what its title implies -- a full frontal visual journey through Toronto's growing skyline. The scenes were shot over the past few years from different heights and in different seasons. Ive enjoyed showcasing Toronto in the past in a more warmhearted tone but with the evolution of the city over the last 4 years I figured a skyline short was fitting. All inquiries: ryanEEmond@gmail.com Website: www.reemond.com http://instagram.com/rychome I used a modified GoPro on a DJI Phantom 2 for the aerial shots. The exact set up can be found at Peau Productions: http://tinyurl.com/lbpjhlk All other scenes were captured with a Canon 5DM3 using various lenses. Music: Schoolboy Q / 20syl remix - https://soundcloud.com/20syl/schoolboy-q-20syl Yahtzel - https://soundcloud.com/yahtzel/girls+ More details
This a short compilation of mostly photo time lapse I shot in the summer of 2010. Slider: Glidetrack HD used for some of the non time lapse clips. http://www.glidetrack.com/glidetrack-hd.html Shot in Southern Alberta, Canada. Music by Zack Hemsey from the Inception Trailer http://www.zackhemsey.com/Zack_Hemsey/Records.html http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1375666/+ More details
When a hungry astronomer falls asleep while working on a problem, he discovers a solution not in outer space, but in the surreal food-chain of his subconscious mind. An animated film by Malcolm Sutherland, with sound by Leon Lo. Made in 2009. For more information or DVD purchases please visit www.animalcolm.com/theastronomersdream+ More details
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