Synopsis: Set in the gritty streets of wartime 1940s London, Stanley, a homeless boy, is caught stealing food from a bombed house - at a time when looting could warrant the death penalty. Still Falls the Rain is a graduation short film written, directed and produced by Miguel Santana, who also completed all 38 Visual Effects shots. Shot on the Red Epic & Arri Ultraprime lenses. The musical score was recorded with a 40-piece orchestra, which is why Still Falls the Rain is best experienced in HD, full volume, and fullscreen! Watch the VFX breakdown reel here: https://vimeo.com/45114226 CANNES: Short Film Corner, 2013 OFFICIAL SELECTION: Shnit Intenational Short Film Fest OFFICIAL SELECTION: Ruby Mountain Film Festival OFFICIAL SELECTION: Phenom Film Fest OFFICIAL SELECTION: UAT Digital Video Festival NOMINATED: 'Best Student Film', Norwich Film Festival WINNER: American International Film Festival, Student categories 'Best Film', 'Best Director', 'Best Cinematography', 'Best Score'. WINNER: UH Animation Expose, 'Grand Prix', 'Audience Choice'. Written & Directed by Miguel Santana Cinematography by Oliver Kember VFX by Miguel Santana Original Score by Moritz Schmittat Sound Design by Mauricio D'Orey Starring: Ben Walker (The Golden Compass) Clive Willbond-Hill Jeffrey Lipman Snr For more info: http://www.stillfallstherain.com Contact me at email@example.com+ More details
www.shadeism.com | This documentary short is an introduction to the issue of shadeism, the discrimination that exists between the lighter-skinned and darker-skinned members of the same community. This documentary short looks specifically at how it affects young womyn within the African, Caribbean, and South Asian diasporas. Through the eyes and words of 5 young womyn and 1 little girl - all females of colour - the film takes us into the thoughts and experiences of each. Overall, 'Shadeism' explores where shadeism comes from, how it directly affects us as womyn of colour, and ultimately, begins to explore how we can move forward through dialogue and discussion.+ More details
Our graduate film from Queensland College of Art's BA of Animation, 2012. www.theguardianstale.com On a lonely alien planet shrouded in mystery, an ominous beast guards a powerful treasure. One day he receives an unexpected guest - A seemingly innocent girl crash lands on his world. The two will forge an unusual friendship, and teach one another that looks can indeed be deceiving. A film by Studio Steve. Co-Directed by Gordy Higgins, Ryan Zujic and Christoffer Klungerbo. Narrated by Adam Behr. Music and sound by Martin Alternes and Stian Obehi Ihasee. Over the coming weeks we'll be rolling out some behind the scenes content and a few little extras through The Guardian's Tale Facebook page. We'd love to see you there, and if you stay tuned you'll be among the first to see our next project! https://www.facebook.com/TheGuardiansTale+ More details
Click Download>QuickTime for widescreen video This video celebrates my 100th clip on vimeo! I decided to make a short video on how I originaly found vimeo and fell in love with it - hope you guys dig this! Thank you to everyone who watches my clips and leaves comments - it's really appreciated! Merry Christmas Vimeo users!+ More details
A Tale Of Rock was created by John Godwin and Stephen Payne for their final degree project whilst studying 3D Animation at the University Of Hertfordshire. It is the story of an epic rock battle between a plucky lizard and the mighty rock god of the carve. John Godwin portfolio: http://john.idlecreations.com Stephen Payne portfolio: www.stevopayne.co.uk Film mini site: www.tale-of-rock.com visit www.uhanimation.co.uk to find out more about our degrees and to see more films created by the University of Hertfordshire Digital Animation 3D|VFX|2D|GamesArt students.+ More details
Belmont University recently hired us to shoot video of their campus with our multi-rotor copter. They needed unique footage of their buildings for an interactive campus tour and b-roll for future videos. They asked us to highlight new construction and show off their proximity to "music row" and downtown Nashville. Our favorite part of the shoot was flying inside of their new concert hall which is a renovated church at the far end of campus. To find out more about Belmont University, visit www.Belmont.edu To find out more about Yonder Blue Films, visit www.YonderBlueFilms.com All of the footage in this video was shot with our Cinestar 8 copter, flying a hacked Panasonic GH2 camera. We used a Hoverfly Pro flight controller, and the FreeFly Systems Radian gimbal stabilization system. MaxAmps and ProgressiveRC supply the battery power. A big "thank you" to all the folks at Belmont, it was a pleasure working with you and filming your beautiful campus. We'd love to fly for you next, so please contact us through our website. thanks for watching, Yonder Blue Films+ More details
A short stop motion animated sting created as an introduction for the 'Best Stop Motion' award category of the 2009 University of Glamorgan Glammies Awards. Created and animated by Joshua & Nathan Flynn. This years awards theme was Star Trek. Starring Commander Worf and Cadet 'red shirt' Wilhelm.+ More details
This video was created to highlight the unbelievable city of Boulder, Colorado, The University of Colorado campus, Folsom Field and the Colorado Buffaloes football team. Colorado Buffaloes Football has rich tradition including: One National Championship 26 Conference Championships 63 First-Team All-Americans 28 Bowl Game Appearances 9 Post-Season Trophy Winners (1 Heisman, 2 Butkus, 2 Thorpe, 1 Doak Walker, 1 Mackey, 1 Walter Camp, 1 Ray Guy) 264 NFL Draft Picks 21st All Time in Wins Music: David Mason of Stain of Mind composed the first and last songs for this video. You can find more of his music here: http://www.stainofmind.com M83 - Outro ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Nearly all footage was shot by CU Video staff and students. We also used footage from TV and BuffVision. These Time lapses encompassed over 20,000 photos over 350 hours location shooting, hiking, editing and processing. Cameras: Canon 5D MkIII, 5D MkII, Sony FS700 Equipment: Dynamic Perception Stage One, Emotimo PT, Kessler Crane KC-Lite Jib. This video was created using Adobe Premiere and After Effects CS6 while using plugins from Video Copilot, Neat Video and Red Giant. LRTImelapse, Adobe Lightroom. Color Correction done using DaVinci Resolve 9 and Magic Bullet Looks.+ More details
This is a short animated film produced at the University of Hertfordshire for our final degree project and is the result of 3 months of pre-production and 5 months of production. The film centres around a man looking for an illusive phoenix feather to complete his collection, but after an unfortunate encounter finds himself in need of help. Even after the utmost sacrifice of the phoenix, the man's lust for greed triggers the phoenix's magnificent rebirth through his soul. Art/Story Director: Callum Welsh www.callumwelsh.co.uk Animation Director: James Ogden www.jamesogden.co.uk Original Score: Julian Cole www.juliancole.co.uk Additional Credit: Sound Design: Joshua J Green Technical Director: Ryan Spencer Titles/Credits Design: Miguel Santana da Silva Additional 2D Artwork: Melanie Horn Special thanks to Martin Bowman, lecturer at the University of Hertfordshire.+ More details
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