1. After Capitalism


    from John Christian Ferner Apalnes Added 214 2 0

    Project / Contest organized by The Guardian and Central St. Martins, about the potential beyond capitalism. The Guardian invited some of the most prominent thinkers to elucidate their ideas over the question "what lies beyond capitalism?", ours were narrated by thinker & writer Rebecca Walker Collab with Jo Baaklini. Roles / 3D - Interior, set design, props, lighting, coloration, composoting, animation and the bank-"beast"-man. (Made in 3 weeks)

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    • Between the lines


      from Seemab Added 73 0 0

      Film & Clothes by Kaila Cox DOP - Nic Knowland Makeup - Amy Davies Editor - Seemab Gul Thanks to LFS

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      • Central St. Martins


        from Aled Ordu Added 265 0 0

        This is a video I directed for Central St. Martins to highlight their BA Program in Graphic Design. Though the program is considered the best in Europe, very little is known about the teaching style and the types of students who actually get in. This is a brief sample of a larger piece. Shot using the Canon 5D Mark II in Movie Mode.

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        • Explosion of Colour - Holi


          from Sangiev Sriskumar Added 614 2 1

          Upon hearing 'Explosion of Colour' set to be our theme for this project, Holi came to mind. For those of you that don't know, Holi is a religious spring festival celebrated by Hindus, as a festival of colours. It is primarily observed in India, but as the year passes - various other countries have taken the moment to celebrate this festival. Now, onto the main story. I didn't just chose to base my concept around 'Holi' because it was convenient, I chose it, because it was a challenge, a hurdle I had to face, for myself. For many years now, I've constantly tried to run away from my origins, avoid the culture and essentially 'lied' to myself about my own history. I was that kid who was ashamed to be 'different', I believed that because I was born on European soil, that I was European and my Sri Lankan origins would fade away. But then one day, my uncle snapped at me and asked me 'Why are you so ashamed to be Tamil?' - my answer was simple, we were nobody. Most people didn't know what 'Tamil' was, or where it came from, as of 2013, we don't really have a country that we call a 'home' and there was nobody successful who had Tamil background (at least to my knowledge.) And although I denied being ashamed to be Tamil, deep down I knew, that I was embarrassed and so that was my turning point, for the next week to come - all I did was research about our origin and our background. Did you know that "Tamil is one of the longest surviving classical languages in the world" or that is has "one of the richest literatures in the world", I sure didn't. Or how many have fought and given their lives to preserve this culture, this history, this civilisation! And so I realised, although it was nineteen years late - that we were something! Everyone has a history, and everyone should be proud of who they are. Don't deny your past, because it's not what's considered the 'norm' or 'cool', learn about it, acknowledge and accept it! Yes, we weren't as successful as other nations, and a lot of our population is still stuck in poverty, but that doesn't mean we should adopt a new identity and forget our beginnings. And so me choosing to use Holi as my main concept, is me saying to everyone - yes I'm Sri Lankan. Yes I'm Tamil. And yes I'm proud of our culture and history. And I welcome you, to take a look at our culture, however weird it might be at times … Just kidding! On a different note, I'd like to thank everyone that was involved in the making of this video, my brother for modelling in the freezing cold while wearing next to nothing, my friend Philip Plested for assisting me and throwing the powder despite it being shot at a ridiculous time in ridiculous weather conditions. My brothers Step Brother for producing the amazing music to go along with the video and the man who's helped me discover my own culture along with editing the video Hannan Malik. Surrounding yourself with talented and passionate individuals will only fuel your desire for success, and I urge you to do so … Thank You, Sangiev.

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          • Journey to Greatness: CSM


            from NikeUK Added 598 3 0

            Nike 2012 - Henry, Guily, Lucy and Jonathan from Central St. Martins take us through their creative inspiration and research on the Journey to Greatness project.

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            • Lancome


              from Saul Peake Added

              Documentary recording the fashion show staged by Lancome and Central St. Martins inspired by Lancome's Supernature collection.

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              • Siren's Song - Lorelei


                from Laura-Jane Logue Added 122 0 0

                Part of my Final Major Project depicting my own embodiment of the Rhinemaiden characters, as inspired by Richard Wagner's Ring Cycle. 'According to legend, a once beautiful, but treacherous river nymph of the Rhine spent her days alluring men with her mystical beauty, given to her by a secret golden ore that she kept hidden from sight. However Lorelei's fate was changed by a jealous, evil Sorceress and was conjured into a Sea Monster. It is now said that Lorelei remains unseen in the cold depths of the North Sea. But what of the Rhinegold?' This video clip reveals the myth behind the current existence of my created mythical creature. Inspired by the Aurora Borealis of the night she has transformed her secret gold into a magical golden amulet with which she can create an alluring golden illusion to tempt and draw near sailors from their boats. The audience is taken through Lorelei's rebirth and becomes transfixed as they encounter her from the perspective of an allured sailor who ultimately meets his end.

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                • Sorcha O'Rallagah for Stylelikeu.com


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                  • Sundae Afternoon


                    from Karl Lawson Added 169 0 0

                    A moral tale about a mischievous, greedy little boy on a lazy Sundae Afternoon. This is my postgraduate film, inspired by Godfried Schalcken's painting "Allegory of Virtue and Riches". I was drawn to the "Allegory of Virtue and Riches" because of its minute size, and found that when you look closely at this painting you see that the girl is shedding a tear. This is due to the regret she feels having made the exchange of virtue for wealth. The film is about a boy who resorts to extreme measures to satisfy his gluttony. I used this notion of the ends not justifying the means as a subtext to my film, and while developing story and characters. To support the story I used animation techniques such as follow through and squash and stretch, as well as a series of filters and textures, to visually augment the drawn line.

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                    • The Last Biscuit


                      from Paul E. Hallam Added 475 3 0

                      The Last Biscuit is a film essay on theatre, memory and desire and the “theatre” of the city. It forms part of a changing/developing performance piece Dirty Linen: an Evening with Paul Hallam, staged at various venues, including The Cochrane Theatre, London in 2006. Song performed by Christine Cynn.

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