1. A Valsa Do Pódio : Abertura

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    I was invited by directors Daniel Hanai and Bruno Carneiro to create this opening scene for their short documentary "A Valsa Do Pódio" ("The Podium Waltz"). The movie tells the story of Terezinha Guilhermina, a visually impaired brazilian runner who, with the help of her guide Guilherme Santana, won two gold medals in the London 2012 Paralympics, and since then is the world record holder in the 100 meters sprint. This scene follows the way her guide described the opening ceremony of the Paralympics to her, as they walked through the Olympic Stadium. For that I created about 1400 black and white watercolors, that were photographed and then composed and colored digitally. I tried to create this atmosphere where shapes and sounds emerge as they come to the character's attention, and also to bring some of the joy and wonder of the moment. Year: 2013. Please watch the other animations I created for the movie here: http://vimeo.com/danielbruson/valsa400m and the making of here: http://vimeo.com/danielbruson/valsamakingof Direction Daniel Hanai & Bruno Carneiro Animation Direction Daniel Bruson Animation Daniel Bruson Francisco Beraldo Ian Sampaio Flávio de Paula Leandro Franci Compositing Daniel Bruson Francisco Beraldo Leandro Franci General Assistance Rafael Moretti Talita Annunciato

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    • Rukus Shopliftin

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      This is my entry for the DVS Shoplifting contest. Sorry on the lack of the new footage. I'll be starting up the filming for montage 5 now.

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      • Podium

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        Open Titles for a weekly show Podium. Collaboration with Statostado Audio: Antfood

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        • A Valsa Do Pódio : 400m

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          from Daniel Bruson / Added

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          I was invited by directors Daniel Hanai and Bruno Carneiro to create some animations for their short documentary "A Valsa Do Pódio" ("The Podium Waltz"). The movie tells the story of Terezinha Guilhermina, a visually impaired brazilian runner who, with the help of her guide Guilherme Santana, won two gold medals in the London 2012 Paralympics, and since then is the world record holder in the 100 meters sprint. This scene shows one of the most dramatic moments in the whole Paralympics, the 400 meters T12 final, where Guilherme was injured and fell down, after which Terezinha decided to stop. The animation is a mixture between watercolor textures, frame by frame animation on both paper and digital, and compositing. Year: 2013. Please watch the other animations I created for the movie here: http://vimeo.com/danielbruson/valsaabertura and the making of here: http://vimeo.com/danielbruson/valsamakingof

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          • A Valsa Do Pódio : Making Of

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            from Daniel Bruson / Added

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            This is a basic explanation of the process I developed to create the animations for the short documentary "A Valsa Do Pódio" (The Podium Waltz), directed by Daniel Hanai and Bruno Carneiro. Based on a rough storyboard created together with the directors, and on the voice over recording, the animatic was first created frame by frame digitally, as detailed as possible, then printed on regular white A4 sulphite paper (in yellow ink, the lighter and easier color to extract later in post production). Once out of the printer, they were all pierced for position register. All frames were then painted with black ink (a very watery acrylic ink painted with watercolor techniques), in a way that the shapes were always incomplete and somewhat ephemeral, mixing solid strokes with spots and blurs. The tricky part was to think and paint with inverted luminance, since all blacks would become whites over a dark background, later in post. When a batch of about 200 frames was finished, they were positioned using the register holes and photographed, using a reflector that turned the camera flash into a very diffuse ambient light. You can see in the video that we created a very simple and improvised infrastructure for this project, which was an interesting task in itself. The frames were digitally composed, using some color and luminance modifiers and overlapping textures to achieve this color palette and the final look. The whole project took us 3 months, from early March to late May, 2013, and about 1400 paintings to create almost 3 minutes of animation. I'm very proud of the process and the result, and very grateful for the invitation and the help of my friends. The song I used here is "La Valse De L'amour", by Edith Piaf. See the animations here: http://vimeo.com/danielbruson/valsaabertura and here: http://vimeo.com/danielbruson/valsa400m Thanks for watching.

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            • 2011 Whistler Longboard Festival - Official

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              http://www.longboardfestival.com Twitter - https://twitter.com/#!/whistlerlbfest Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/pages/Whistler-Longboard-Festival/205425042818436 Registration for the 2012 event will open Apr 1st. 2012. For more info on this year upcoming event please contact unkle@longboardfestival.com Thanks everyone for an amazing 2011 Festival, we would not be able to do it without the all the amazing contributions from our volunteers. Big shout outs to our Presenting Sponsor ARBOR SKATEBOARDS http://arborcollective.com and also to our long time partners Switchback Longboards, Landyachtz, Rayne and Sector 9. We hope you can all attend Whistler in June 2012 for a music filled, multi discipline, mutli venue festival. Whistler BC - The 2011 Whistler Longboard Festival was held at the Whistler Sliding Centre on the base of Blackcomb Mountain on June 25th and 26th. “The track was the most epic closed road I have ever ridden. After seeing the seven massive 200 degree hairpins and the rest of the course for the first time, every single rider was stoked out of their mind.” – AussieBro - Gabriel Gwynne. Video Commissioned by the Whistler Longboard Festival. Editing and Filming by Patrick Weir. Filming and Color Correction by Darcie Profeit POV - Adam Auger Cable Cam - Sea to Sky Cable Cam http://www.calumsday.com Music First Song - This Must Be The Place (Young Edits Sophisticated Melody Version) - Talking Heads - Second Song - Scary Monsters and Nice Spirits (ZEDD remix) - SKRILLEX - Third Song - We Love Animals (The Love Supreme Remix) - Crookers feat. Soulwax and Mixhell -

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              • Jake Hickman - 1 Year Later

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                The above video highlights the one year redemption of a High Fives Foundation Winter Empowerment Fund athlete. As a 16 year-old, Tahoe Vista, CA native Jake Hickman was well on his way to realizing his dream of qualifying for the U.S. Freestyle Development Group in the sport of mogul skiing. On December 22, 2011 the talented skier crashed while competing at a U.S. Freestyle Ski Team - Selection Competition in Steamboat Springs, CO. The reigning J2 National Champion caught the edge of his ski before one of the jumps in the course. The crash resulted in a spiral compression fracture of Jake's T8 vertebrae with an incomplete paralysis of the spinal cord. At first uncertain of his ability to even walk again, Jake powered through a strenuous regimen of physical therapy to return to the sport he loves. One year later he returned to the U.S. Freestyle Ski Team - Selection Competition at Copper Mountain, CO and placed 24th with a score of 74.23. This in itself is a testament to the hard work that Jake has put in. "It is interesting to think back on the last year of my life. Through this injury, I have learned a great deal about myself, have become a better person and realized the value of positivity in all aspects of life. The High Fives Foundation has helped me with my recovery by being an amazing positive support group, financially and personally. My complete recovery wouldn't have been possible without them and their generosity, friendship and support." - Jake Hickman The High Fives Foundation's Winter Empowerment Fund provided Jake with rehabilitative healing therapies such as Physical Therapy with Scott Williams (P.T.) of Synergy Therapeutics, Acupuncture with Tyler Lapkin (L.Ac), Massage Therapy with Karen Stubbs (L.M.T.) and one on one training with Chris Cloyd (Fitness Director - Performance Training Center by Julia Mancuso). These therapies along with time spent in the gym, with his TRX Suspension Training System and on the trails would not be possible without the generosity of 82 (and counting) donors that have directly contributed to this up and coming ski star. The Winter Empowerment Fund allocates donated funds to athletes that have applied for and been approved by the Board of Directors - Grant Selection Committee for a specific grant to assist in recovery from a life altering injury. To learn more about the High Fives Foundation and the Winter Empowerment Program Service point your browser to highfivesfoundation.org. Also, stay up to date on upcoming events and information by following the High Fives Foundation on twitter and Facebook (twitter.com/hi5sfoundation and facebook.com/highfivesfoundation). As Jake makes his way to the U.S. Freestyle Selection Group his positivity is a beacon of inspiration!

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                • The Winners

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                  A film by Bill Tanaka for PANL Awards 20th Anniversary. Edit: Will Judge Sound: Sjafras

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                  • New Balance High School Indoor Track & Field Championships

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                    New Balance High School Indoor Track & Field Championships. Filmed on Sunday, March 13, 2011 at NYC Armory. An A76 Production Director: Duffy Higgins Cinematographer: Marshall Coles Editor/Colorist: John Reis Music/Sound Editor: Uri Djemnal/MadPan Productions Production Assistant: Giulia Armentano

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                    • Slingshot - 2011 RPM

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                      The RPM is changing kiteboarding with its innovative 3 strut “Open C” Canopy design. It delivers limitless high end performance options for all conditions. For 2011 we have added "Split-Strut" design. We're proud to announce the 2011 Slingshot RPM. The RPM is changing kiteboarding with its innovative 3 strut “Open C” Canopy design. It delivers limitless high end performance options for all conditions. Excel your riding regardless of your style. The RPM is the one kite that allows for top performance while executing un-hooked freestyle, wakestyle and surf style. It's also the first and only non “C” kite to take a PKRA championship podium finish ever.

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