1. The Cat Piano

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    from PRA / Added

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    A short film by The People's Republic of Animation. Narrated by Nick Cave. Directed by Eddie White & Ari Gibson. Produced by Jessica Brentnall For more info, go to http://catpianofilm.com http://www.facebook.com/thecatpiano http://www.thepra.com.au

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    • Two Men

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      Award winning Australian short film, Two Men, directed by Dominic Allen and shot in the Kimberly town of Fitzroy Crossing by Joel Betts, features a robust and dynamic cast of indigenous Australian non actors. With an original soundtrack by Melbourne artist Felix Riebl, Based on Kafka's short story, Two Men Running, Allen's short film has been screened internationally at film festivals including New York, Prague, London, Melbourne and Sydney and in 2009 was a Dendy Australian Short Film of the Year finalist. The film was instrumental in supporting director Dominic Allen's Emerging Australian Filmmaker Award at the Melbourne International Film Festival and the 2009 Inside Film Rising Talent Award. 2009 MIFF Jury member Deb Verhoeven remarked "Two Men proves that the simplest scenario can provide the perfect premise for conveying the most profound insights. But (Allen's) key achievement is to understand that even the largest ideas are best told with brevity and the most serious with humour." Two Men was made with the support of Yiriman, a community initiated and community driven project supported by the Kimberley Aboriginal Law and Culture Centre which aims to build stories, strength and resilience in the Kimberley's youth. Two Men is distributed by Flickerfest.

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      • Sydney Film Festival 2011

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        from PHOTOPLAY FILMS / Added

        2,097 Plays / / 2 Comments

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        • Reveal - Sarasota Film Festival Trailer

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          from Viraj Ajmeri / Added

          Film is one of the most diverse and ever changing mediums of art and story-telling. Always morphing and molding into another unpredictable experience. It is unknown to viewers what they will experience when they watch the films. This concept represents the exploring portion of going to a film festival.

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          • Surrealist Film Festival - Teaser

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            from Nivi Jasa / Added

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            This is the teaser for the first edition of the Surrealist Film Festival. The short-film will be available soon. //this work is part of my Final Dissertation project at Naba - Milano.

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            • found footage of a woman

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              from Nick Moore / Added

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              Part matador, part Hindu goddess, part everywoman. A 1960s super8 caprice is transformed into a mesmerising psychedelic performance. The impulse to look at this anonymous woman is confounded by the obfuscation of her image. As you try to look harder, you become aware of the impulse to unveil and the film becomes less about what is obscured and more about the act of looking. But questions still remain; although the film refuses to manifest a clear picture of a particular woman, does it avoid objectifying a generalised woman? Can we display her joy but protect her identity? First screened at the 2007 Sydney Film Festival. Winner "Special Jury Prize" Falls Creek Film Festival 2008.

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              • Sydney Film Festival 2012: Infinite Stories

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                from Scott Geersen / Added

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                www.sff.org.au A sad and lonely cowgirl asks, "What's your story?" triggering a series of events across time, nations, genres and language in this promo for the 2012 Sydney Film Festival. I was VFX Supervisor for this shoot, whose colourful set design - and endtag animation - carry over from the SFF poster art created by Sydney agency Boccalatte. As the poster features portrait photographs of 25 archetypal film "characters" lit with vibrantly coloured gels, the setup for the TVC required a similar treatment. I animated the endtag in AE in a cascade of colour that not only emphasises the infinite nature of these stories, but echoes the motion of celluloid film through a projector, as the photos stream though space towards the all-encompassing SFF cube device. As well as this, I used Flame to emphasise the motion of the camera move, blended 7 grade passes and added lighting effects to highlight each character, and augmented the zombie - just a little. The result is a promo that represents the broad audience base of the Festival - an annual favourite with Sydney-siders - as well as the diversity of films screened. “With the trailer we tried to mash up as many stories across as many genres as possible, each linking one to the next as though it’s a conversation in Chinese whispers, or like the Dadaists’ 'Exquisite Corpse'. It’s an absolute visual cacophony, a celebration of the huge mixture of stories being told at the festival this year." Scott Otto Anderson, Director "This kaleidoscopic cornucopia of colour and movement is impossible to ignore and puts smiles on faces immediately. It's fun, it's filmic and it will help us be noticed and stay noticed." Craig Donarski, Marketing Manager, Sydney Film Festival Featured on: SFF Facebook - Behind the Scenes Photos (http://scottgeersen.com/sfffb) Australian Creative Magazine (scottgeersen.com/sffaustcreative) Campaign Brief (scottgeersen.com/sffcampaign) Desktop Magazine Project Wall (http://scottgeersen.com/sffdesktop) Credits: Director: Scott Otto Anderson Producer: Oliver Lawrance DOP: Simon Ozolins Editor: Joseph Morris Colourist: Scott Maclean VFX Supervisor / Flame: Scott Geersen Nuke: Genevieve Serna Production Company: Photoplay FIlms Producer: Sarah Brown

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                • Crafting Worlds

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                  from Nathaniel Rothenberger / Added

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                  Sarasota Film Festival Final Animation

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                  • Dronejakt på olje

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                    from UiB - Universitetet i Bergen / Added

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                    Flygende droner med kamera er geologenes nyeste våpen i jakten på olje. Ved Uni CIPR i Bergen bruker forskerne laserskannere, infrarøde sensorer og digitale kamera for å gjenskape realistiske, virtuelle kartmodeller. Uni CIPR var i perioden 2002-2012 et Senter for fremragende forskning (SFF) og er tilknyttet Universitetet i Bergen. Musikk: Jamendo - Re-Drum - Cyan Norske undertekster: Sverre Ole Drønen Startbilde:Eivind Senneset

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                    • Separé - Surrealist Film Festival

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                      from Nivi Jasa / Added

                      566 Plays / / 1 Comment

                      Separe, a separation/division between one dimension to another, between reality and fiction, and vice versa. Use {Headphones} A Short film made for the Surrealist Film Festival, my personal project thesis for the diploma in Graphic Design & Art Direction at Naba - Milan. // Separé, una parete divisoria tra una dimensione e l'altra, tra una realtà e la finzione, e viceversa. { Use Headphones } Cortometraggio realizzato per il Surrealist Film Festival, mio progetto personale di tesi per il diploma di Graphic Design & Art Direction presso la Naba - Milano. // Art Direction/Regia/Montaggio: Nivi Jasa Direzione della Fotografia e Produzione: STUDIOSMOG Sound Design: Emre Baloğlu e Daniele Iannacone Make Up & Hair Stylist: Roberta Meola Attrice: Giorgia Mocilnik

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