1. Factory 28

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    from Mylène Guérin Added 67.3K 1,195 61

    A film by : Ludovic CHAVAROCHE http://chavarocheludovic.com/ Baptiste GRANGER http://www.baptiste-granger.fr/ Mylène GUERIN http://www.myleneguerin.com/ Softwares : Autodesk Maya, Realflow, After Effects A 3 weeks student project made at the University of Paris 8, department "Arts & Techologies de l'Image".

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    • Displaced

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      from Ion Added 63.9K 3,161 68

      This is my new personal project, a typographic experiment named Displaced. Displaced, is a project where i start from a simple form, a square, to the dissect it and displace the resulting parts in such a method, that when combine the positive and negative spaces, letter forms are been formed. Its a project that combines typography, motion graphics, graphic design and illustration, all that been made in Cinema 4D. This is just the animation intro for the project, to see all the letters, separately in a Gif animation, and the word and color compositions, visit the project at Behance - http://www.behance.net/gallery/Displaced/10878401 Music by Clark Rhee - http://clarkrhee.com

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      • DROPS Knitting Tutorial: How to make a displaced knitted rib

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        from Garnstudio Drops design Added 10.2K 2 0

        Perfect on a tube sock ! Work in rib * K 2, P 2 *, repeat from *-* around. When displacing the rib begins work 1 round where the rib is displaced 1 stitch to the left as follows: Over K 2, P 2 there will be P 1, K 2, P 1. *Work 3 rounds with K over K and P over P, displace the rib 1 st to the left on next round (= 4 rounds) *, repeat from *-*.

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        • Displaced Sphere tutorial

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          from Sam Welker Added 4,293 77 5

          I tell you how I made my xpresso rig in cinema 4d. It's a great little tool and i recommend you all try making some rigs sometimes. huge help on learning xpresso :) Enjoy

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          • Ejaz's Story : UNICEF Pakistan

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            This is a short film I made for UNICEF to mark the one-year anniversary of the massive floods that swept through Pakistan in 2010. Ejaz Najum, 12, was living in Karampur, in the northern part of Sindh Province, when floods ravaged his entire village and surrounding communities in late July 2010. Across Pakistan, the massive floods inundated farms, schools and health facilities, and disrupted basic social services, from the Himalayas to the Arabian Sea. Having lost their home and all their belongings, Ejaz and his family were left with no choice but to move to the Selani relief camp, run by a non-governmental organization in Sukkur City. Life at the camp was extremely difficult, but at least they had access to shelter, basic health care and nutrition, safe drinking water and sanitation. Ejaz continued his education at a UNICEF-supported temporary learning centre at Selani. And while living at the camp, he was also blessed with a new sister, a singular source of joy for the boy and his family during a difficult period. I first visited and filmed Ejaz and his family last year, in the immediate aftermath of their displacement. I returned to Karampur in July, 2011, to see them again. Despite the daunting challenges he faces, Ejaz maintains hope for the future. Today, he and his two brothers – Israar, 14, and Insaaf, 9 – are back attending school. “I will study and then I will build schools,” says Ejaz. “Education changes everything. I want Pakistan to be the best country.” While his family is among the poorest of the poor, Ejaz’s story is similar to the experiences of more than 3.9 million children who were severely affected by the floods that struck Pakistan from July through September 2010. The total number of people directly affected by the floods was estimated at over 18 million. One year later, the situation remains critical for millions who are still struggling to rebuild their livelihoods and communities. UNICEF is committed to improving the lives of all flood-affected children and families in Pakistan, especially the most vulnerable, on their long journey of recovery and hope. You may visit the UNICEF site - from which the above text is excerpted - here: http://www.unicef.org/infobycountry/pakistan_59414.html You may visit my own website here: http://www.daylightfactory.com

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            • Operation Blessing Team Mobilizing Efforts In Shiogama Japan

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              from Operation Blessing International Added 3,795 5 0

              A team from Operation Blessing was able to secure permission from the police to head north along the main highway toward the epicenter of the disaster with much needed food and water they were able to secure in Tokyo. The team arrived late in the night to a cold, dark, snowy city of Sendai. At daybreak, they traveled to a school in Shiogama to deliver the supplies to displaced families whose homes were destroyed. As the true scale of this disaster unfolds, we are realizing just how important it is that the world stands with Japan and supports the relief effort. Give online http://bit.ly/ih8IGo or txt BLESS to 50555 to donate $10 for Disaster Relief.

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              • Raped by Neighbours in Kenya

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                from VJ Movement Added 1,982 5 0

                Story by Stephen Digges at VJ Movement http://vjmovement.com/truth/316

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                • Indigenas Urbanos

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                  from Alba Mora Added 1,874 19 8

                  INDIGENAS URBANOS. Cambio Cultural y Urbanización en la Amazonia El proyecto completo se encuentra en indigenasurbanos.info SINOPSIS/ Los Hernández son una familia indígena que vive en Barrionuevo, un barrio de invasión en la periferia de Leticia, Colombia. Como muchos otros indígenas decidieron emigrar a la ciudad en busca de trabajo, una mejor educacion para sus hijos y atención médica. Esta es una mirada a cómo es ser indígena en el contexto de la globalización. CREDITS/ Directed and Produced by Alba Mora Roca Duration: 8 min. Country and Year: Colombia, 2009 Language: Spanish with English subtitles. Cinematography: Alba Mora Roca Sound: Carlos Davalos Barbabosa Editing: Alba Mora Roca Etnographic Adviser: Enric Cassú Camps HD Native. Shot with the Sony PMW-EX1.

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                  • Displacement Welcomed (Official Trailer) - A Short Film by Evan Kidd

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                    from Evan Kidd Added 1,704 9 6

                    Official trailer for DISPLACEMENT WELCOMED. A young woman returns home to deal with her father's disappearance. However along the way its a homeless woman who helps her find what she truly seeks. Update: Displacement Welcomed releases online Nov 3rd, 2014! WATCH FULL FILM: http://vimeo.com/evankidd/displacefilm Follow the film online: http://displacementwelcomed.com http://www.facebook.com/DisplacementWelcomed http://twitter.com/DisplaceFilm http://imdb.com/title/tt3698386/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1 http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/displacement-welcomed-a-film-by-evan-kidd/x/2473621 A film by Evan Kidd. Starring Avery Hobbs & April Vickery. 2014 RockSet Productions. Trailer Music: "I Wish" by My Deer https://www.facebook.com/mydeermiami https://twitter.com/mydeermusic Displacement Welcomed Writer / Director / Editor: Evan Kidd Producer: Evan Kidd Cinematographer: Keith Kelt Audio Technician: Garrett Poulos © Evan Kidd 2014 http://rocksetproductions.com

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                    • Displacement Welcomed - A Film by Evan Kidd

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                      from Evan Kidd Added 1,562 11 8

                      A young woman returns home to deal with her father's disappearance. However along the way its a homeless woman who helps her find what she truly seeks. OFFICIAL SELECTION: 2014 Viewster Film Festival (VOFF4), 2015 Eastern North Carolina Film Festival WEBSITE: www.displacementwelcomed.com FACEBOOK: facebook.com/DisplacementWelcomed TWITTER: twitter.com/DisplaceFilm IMDb: www.imdb.com/title/tt3698386/ TRAILER: https://vimeo.com/92192793 A film by Evan Kidd. Starring Avery Hobbs & April Vickery. 2014 RockSet Productions. www.rocksetproductions.com WATCH: Behind the Scenes Featurette with Cast & Crew: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cu44Es6VwTQ Displacement Welcomed Writer / Director / Editor: Evan Kidd Producer: Evan Kidd Cinematographer: Keith Kelt Audio Technician: Garrett Poulos © Evan Kidd 2014 Music is both composed for Displacement Welcomed and used with permission via Creative Commons Attribution.

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