1. Young Galaxy - Sleepwalk With Me

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    from Fabricio Lima Added 81.3K 2,091 65

    This animated music video is inspired by a heartfelt story of a relationship between two soldiers during the Second World War, called "Letter to a G.I.", first published in 1953 and republished in September 1961 by "ONE Magazine" in the USA. In the letter, one of the soldiers - Brian Keith - describes warmly the best moments that him and Dave (his partner) shared during the North African Campaign of 1943, when they first met. Unfortunately the story ends with a sad farewell to Dave, as he did not make it back home. Thanks you Young Galaxy for the awesome music! www.fabriciolima.tv www.younggalaxy.com www.paperbagrecords.com

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    • Around the Globe- A Snow Globe Timelapse Journey from Canada to London

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      from All Cut Up Films Added 219K 2,020 53

      In November of 2012, Colin Mika (www.allcutupfilms.com) worked with Evoke Solutions (www.evokesolutions.com) to create a Holiday Christmas Card for McCarthy Tétrault LLP (www.mccarthy.ca). "Around the Globe" contains extended and unseen footage from the McCarthy Tétrault holiday Christmas Card (http://www.mccarthy.ca/greetings/en/card.asp). "Around the Globe" was shot over two weeks in six different cities. These cities include; Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto, Québec City, Montréal and London, England. "Around the Globe" is the successor to Snow Globe Los Angeles (https://vimeo.com/33881918). It was shot using a custom DSLR rig with Macro and Tilt-Shift style lenses with Bokeh shapes. All the effects were created in camera with no added VFX. We would like to thank Evoke Solutions and McCarthy Tétrault for making this uplifting Christmas themed video possible and we all wish you a happy holidays!

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      • The Tourists (2007)

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        from Malcolm Sutherland Added 64K 1,849 60

        Another transient day at the beach...... In this animated short Malcolm Sutherland lovingly pokes fun at the transient yet timeless life of the beach tourist. Animated ink on paper, made in 2007.

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        • N Girard - Design Montage 13

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          from Nicolas Girard Added 32.3K 1,729 37

          new website & reel breakdown at http://nicolasgirard.ca/

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          • BREAKBOT You Should Know

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            from CANADA Productora Added 106K 1,719 39

            Directed by GERSON AGUERRI Produced by CANADA

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            • Quebec City

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              from Dominic Added 290K 1,648 212

              / 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

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              • Tom Fun Orchestra-Bottom of the River

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                from Trunk Animation Added 88.3K 1,648 62

                The Tom Fun Orchestra Bottom of the River (Company House Records) Director: Alasdair Brotherston and Jock Mooney Producer: Richard Barnett Production company: Trunk Animation Compositing: Andy Hague, Alasdair Brotherston Animation: 2D: Anna Benner, Timothy McCourt, Alasdair Brotherston 3D: Patrick Krafft

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                • Salomon Freeski TV S5 E13 Sit Ski Backflip

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                  from Salomon Freeski Added 183K 1,627 50

                  Back in 2004, a flip on skis gone tragically wrong broke Josh Dueck’s back and left him as a T11 – full paraplegic. For the past 8 years one of his dreams has been to do a flip on snow again. On February 3, 2012, Josh became the first person to perform a backflip on snow in a Sit Ski! Also, see Josh in the Documentary film, THE FREEDOM CHAIR WINNER Best Mountain Sports Film - Banff Mountain Film Festival 2011 WINNER Best International Short Documentary - All Sports Los Angeles Film Festival 2011 WINNER Best Family Film - 15 Minutes of Fame Film Festival (Florida) 2011 WINNER Best Short Film - X-Dance Film Festival (Utah) 2012 WINNER Best Documentary - Powder Magazine Video awards 2012 WINNER Best Documentary, Award of Merit - Best Shorts Competition 2012 See the film trailer here: http://vimeo.com/28602757 See the Salomon Freeski TV Freedom Chair webisode here: http://vimeo.com/31721757 We are hoping to have the full film available for download on iTunes soon.

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                  • Mike Edel's The Closer

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                    from Mike Edel Added 143K 1,576 73

                    Mike Edel's The Closer Created by: Mike Edel, Jorge R. Canedo Estrada, Henrique Barone, Thanat Sattavorn, Cesar Martinez, Breno Licursi Produced with the support of TELUS & Public Records Get 'The Closer' on iTunes: http://tinyurl.com/kr8sb7d Get 'The Closer' + Mike Edel's entire discography on Noisetrade: http://tinyurl.com/myrza9r In Alberta, on the plains north of Calgary, the winters are long and cold they bite with big white teeth. These rural, simple and hardworking people sit patiently by their fires and wait for summer, a summer that is always short and hot. When I was 6, I would jump into the backseat of my dad's pickup truck as he would drive my brother, Jamie, all over the country to his baseball games. I loved baseball. I loved baseball almost as much as them. I would stand beside my friend Ryan and we would watch the game and watch our brothers and look through the chain link fence with our young keen eyes. We saw the balls, the strikes, the out's and the coach's walk to mound; but what we waited for was the foul balls. If a foul ball flew over the fence, Ryan and I would sprint like outfielders to track it down in a race that was always even because we both got our fair share of foul balls as far as I can remember. With the ball in one of our gloves, we would saunter over to a little white shack that always needed a paint job and the old Mrs. Claus looking lady at the concession stand would hold out her big soft hand and we place the ball into it like we were at a carnival. With her other hand she handed us a quarter. We would hand it straight back to her for 2 licorice's and chew them all the way back to the chain link fence. I loved baseball. My dad also loved baseball. He would be the guy that sat on the bleachers holding one of those baseball scorebooks, the one with the coils all down one side and with a thousand little baseball diamond pictures inside where he would translate the game into this picture language. He must be really good at remember pictures because he would keep the score in this book game after game, and there were lots of them, and now at 67 years old he still remembers all these plays in the baseball game. My brother hit a triple down the right field line to drive in 3 with the bases loaded in Oyen to win a Provincial game. Another time, with runners on first and second Jamie caught a line drive, stepped on second and overthrew the neighbor kid (Shawn Gorr) at first only to cover the bag and get all 3 outs by himself. My dad remembers this. I wrote a song called The Closer. It's a story about a pitcher in a small town, a lot like the one I grew up in, who is pitching a perfect game into the 9th inning. But his mom runs onto the mound and tells him that he needs to leave the game because his dad has had a farming accident. So the coach brings in the closer with a 2-0 lead in the 9th inning. He gives up a walk. Then a single. Then a home-run. They lose the game 3-2 in the 9th. I think that sometimes we think that these small moments in small towns don't matter, but the truth is that they do. The baseball diamonds, and the hockey rinks and the community centers are the theaters where life takes place for these people. They are the stages that hold the metaphors for the joys and the tragedy's of simple life. Everybody comes in the heat of a short summer and sits there, cheering and groaning and feeling joy and heartbreak together. And they all love baseball. www.mikeedel.com instagram.com/mikeedel twitter.com/mikeedelmusic facebook.com/thelastofourmountains www.jrcanest.co www.henriquebarone.com behance.net/eldiablo www.armmotion.com instagram.com/brnemo

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                    • Yellow Sticky Notes | Canadian Anijam

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                      from Meditating Bunny Studio Inc. Added 99.4K 1,525 49

                      Download to own a copy of the film at www.vimeo.com/ondemand/yellowstickynotesanijam Signed Yellow Sticky Notes Collection 2007-2013 DVD only $10 available at: http://www.yellowstickynotesanijam.com Includes Yellow Sticky Notes | Canadian Anijam and 35 min. of films and bonus content. All proceeds support the Yellow Sticky Note Foundation which teaches classical animation workshops to kids. Please tip to help support the Yellow Sticky Notes Foundation, which on top of teaching animation workshops, will also support the creation of more anijams with animators from around the world. Please message me if you would like to animate in future Yellow Sticky Notes Anijams! Watch my original Yellow Sticky Notes (2007) animated film at: https://vimeo.com/57726655 Facebook: www.facebook.com/yellowstickynotesanijam Twitter: @meditatingbunny Studio website: www.meditatingbunny.com Instagram: www.instagram.com/meditatingbunny Read artist statements and see photos of the anijam animators at: www.yellowstickynotesanijam.com An ‘Anijam’ is a collaborative animation where various artists create individual short animated segments that are linked together to make one larger film. For the first time in Canadian history, 15 of Canada’s most acclaimed independent animators have come together to create a collaborative animated film. Yellow Sticky Notes | Canadian Anijam is an innovative and global approach to animation filmmaking and unites animators from coast to coast, from Vancouver to Halifax and all parts in between, to self reflect on one day of their lives using only 4x6 inch yellow sticky notes, a black pen and animation meditation. Featuring animation from the original Anijam creator Marv Newland along with Oscar® winners Alison Snowden and David Fine and Academy Award® nominees Cordell Barker, Janet Perlman, Chris Hinton, and Paul Driessen. To create the film, the animators were asked to self-reflect through animation on personal and global events that impacted one day of their lives. Each of the animators created their sequence without knowing what the other participants were creating. Starting with a ‘to do’ list written on the day of a memorable event, the animators transitioned from text to imagery by utilizing ‘animation meditation’ to create a visually animated poem representing how their lives were affected by that pivotal day. In the end, the thousands of sticky note drawings are linked together to create a dynamic and inspirational animated film that connects the human spirit while celebrating individual artistic expression with the goal of inspiring future generations of animators.

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