1. Dog With Electric Collar


    from Steve Baker Added 35.2K 254 24

    A dog... An electric collar... And plenty to bark at... Sparks will fly! AFI Awards - Best Short Animation (2008) Animation Festival of Neufchâteau - Audience Award (2009) Rincon International Film Festival - Best Animation / Audience Award (2010) Sydney Film Festival – Opening night film Brisbane International Film Festival – Opening night film IF Awards nomination – Best Short Animation category Comic Con (San Diego) – Screening Annecy Animated Film Festival – Official Selection Palm Springs Shortsfest – Official Competition LA Shorts Fest – Official Competition International Animation Festival Hiroshima – Official Competition Anima Mundi – Official Competition Brooklyn International Film Festival – Official Competition Nashville Film Festival – Official Competition New Orleans Film Festival – Official Competition Slamdance Anarchy Online Competition – Official Competition Spike and Mike’s New Generation Tour – Screenings BEFILM – Official Competition Interfilm – Official Competition Just For Laughs – Official Competition Flickerfest – Official Competition Australian International Animation Festival – Panorama Section Melbourne International Film Festival – Official Competition Melbourne International Animation Festival – Official Competition Melbourne Underground Film Festival – Official Competition St Kilda Short Film Festival – Official Competition Queensland Short Film Competition – Official Competition London Australian Film Festival – Screening Crossroads Film Festival – Official Competition Magma International Short Film Festival – Official Competition The International Festival of Animation Arts “Multivision” – Official Competition Laugh Out Loud Short Film Festival – Official Competition Future Shorts Australia - Screening SBS channel – TV Screening Movie Extra channel – TV Screening

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    • Corinne Victoria


      from Corinne Anderson Added 34.5K 221 9

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      • Frenchie Nymph


        from Tightline Productions Added

        Detailed instructions for tying a Frenchie Nymph.

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        • Disco Midge


          from Tightline Productions Added

          Detailed instructions for tying a Disco Midge.

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            from Timberpak Video Prod-Ken Roggow Added

            Only 1 in 10 brown bear cubs survive to adult hood. Experience the joy and enthusiasm of these cubs at Haines, Alaska. Watch them follow their mother as she fishes for their dinner along the banks of the Chilkoot River. It's almost non-stop activity as they wrestle and play as she fishes. Web Site: www.timberpakvideo.com

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            • Collar


              from Jamiee Shim Added 840 23 1

              Collaboration with Zhenia Bulawka. Cut paper stop motion animation.

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              • The Making of a Coat #9 - Making the Collar


                from Andrew Yamato Added 6,585 18 0

                Master tailor Rory Duffy makes a collar for a bespoke suit coat. Shot and edited by Andrew Yamato. For more information, visit roryduffybespoke.com, or contact Andrew Yamato at dayamato AT gmail dot com. [The following text accompanied this video's first appearance on the menswear blog "A Suitable Wardrobe."] What menswear aficionado cannot instantly conjure Fred Astaire twirling around Anderson & Sheppard’s fitting room in a new suit, freezing mid-move to check that his collar had remained snug on his neck? I can almost see the skirt of his coat swing a split second beyond the snap of his head to the mirror. Of course, none of us ever actually witnessed this, any more than we saw Astaire’s subsequent ritual of throwing the new coat against the wall to “knock the stiffness out of it.” Nevertheless, we know these scenes as sartorial gospel, not only because they’ve been so vividly rendered by scribes like G. Bruce Boyer, but because they capture something ineffably essential about how tailored clothes are supposed to look, feel, and move. A poorly fit collar will tend to either stand away from or break on the wearer’s neck, and as a movie star, Astaire would have been on guard against flaws so prominently visible in a headshot or closeup. As a dancer, he would have been equally concerned with the collar as the coat’s structural fulcrum, consistently bearing the balanced weight of the garment where it is felt least. As a dandy, Astaire would have delighted in a proper collar’s elegant confluence of form and function. In this installment of “The Making of a Coat,” Rory Duffy explains how such collars are made. In contrast to most production collars, which tend to be soft to allow easy manipulation onto garments where they sit relatively flat, Duffy’s handcraft bespoke collars are highly shaped and heavily wrought, made to stand taller around the wearer’s neck and provide a graceful transition to the shoulder. A stiff collar canvas and a wool melton undercollar, both bias cut, are first joined and shaped with dense pad-stitching, then slightly gathered with a strong silk draw stitch, and finally pressed into a springy crescent. Before even being attached, a collar thusly made has much of its function already built into it: to firmly grip (or “bite”) the wearer’s neck and to provide a stable anchor from which the rest of the coat will hang.

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                • "Rear Window" Titles


                  from Joe Ball Added 873 16 8

                  Assigned in my Time Based Typography class, I was asked to create film titles for the Alfred Hitchcock classic “Rear Window” starring Jimmy Stewart and Grace Kelly. In my concept, I wanted to create a stylized montage of elements that foreshadow key elements of the film while creating a curious/mysterious atmosphere through a dark, somewhat bleached color correction and smooth editing. Additionally, I wanted to use a graphic element of an aperture ring to symbolize Stewart’s voyeuristic behavior in the film (like how an aperture decides how much light is exposed onto film in a camera), Stewart has the choice to decide how much he takes in from watching his apartment complex. And it’s this “full blown aperture” of Stewart watching his neighbors, which brings him to try and solve the murder in the film. Compositing done in After Effects, editing done in Final Cut Pro

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                  • The Gaslight Anthem "Here Comes My Man" music video


                    from greg ephraim Added 784 14 2

                    Starring Elisha Cuthbert Director: Kevin Slack Producer: Tim Cruz Director of Photography: Greg Ephraim (Narrative) + John Paul Clark (Band Performance) Editor: Jesse Averna Production Designer: Stephanie Wagner + Amy Bishop Colorist: Chris Kenny @ Nice Dissolve VFX: Sam Winkler Production Company: Guerilla Hollywood Video Commisioner: Mildred Delamota

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                    • “NameYourWishes”


                      from Space999 Added 4,644 14 0

                      Project: “Name Your Wishes” Producer, Director, Videographer, Sound Designer, Scene-Crafter, Stylist: Victor Allbeone Editing: Miroslav Veliev, Victor Allbeone Cast: Margarita Kurnossova, Pimlaphat Panyarak Playlist: Douglas Greed - Go Down On You feat. Rosa Rough (Original Mix), Hybrid Device - Mystery Music www.Space999.com www.facebook.com/Space999com www.facebook.com/victor.allbeone

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