1. The Jockstrap Raiders


    from Mark Nelson Added 134K 2,028 78

    The Jockstrap Raiders is a Student Academy Award winning animated short film about a group of misfits during world war I. It takes place in Leeds, England where our heroes are all excluded from the war due to various abnormalities. Threatened by the invading German Kaiser and his army, they must learn to become a team and overcome their deficiencies in order to save Britain, and the world. Completed at UCLA, it is Mark Nelson's MFA thesis project. The short has won many awards, including: Student Academy Award; Best Animation, British Animation Festival; Best Animation Macon Film Festival; Best Narrative Short GI Film Festival; Audience Award Orlando Film Festival. Please check out the "Making of" video: https://vimeo.com/24575530 http://www.thejockstrapraiders.com/ http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Jockstrap-Raiders/161759627305816

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    • World at War


      from Carlos Gálvez Added 3,899 495 7

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      • 1914 - 2014: One hundred years time lapse


        from Stijn Bollaert Added 126K 290 13

        This video shows historic images of places in and around Antwerp, made in 1914, and the same places re-photographed in 2014. It becomes clear how much, or how little, has changed over 100 years, since the beginning of the First World War. The video was made as a teaser for an exhibition on forts around Antwerp, Belgium. It's being shown through the windows of the exhibition space, so people walking by can see it. The exhibition was designed by Exponanza for Simon Stevin (www.simonstevin.org). More info on the exhibition: www.forten1914.be Concept: www.exponanza.be Music: www.lewisinheaven.be Photography and editing: www.stijnbollaert.com

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        • Kansas City Lights


          from Dan Wood Added 131K 287 55

          This is a project highlighting iconic architecture in the Kansas City Area. Over 6 months I visited more than 30 locations with the intent to capture and show the beautiful city at night in a dynamic way. Over 6,900 individual photos were taken and many painstaking hours of post production. Kansas City Lights was proudly created for all those who love and cherish this great city. Director: Dan Wood - Email: wooddrr@yahoo.com Twitter: @Dan_Wood_ Music: Original score created by local composer Josh Wise jdwisecomposer@gmail.com Special Thanks to Margaret Doughty - Sprint Center Joe McBride - KCI Chris Wyche - Sporting KC Dan Drelich - Sporting KC Alyssa Bell - Viola Eli Houghland - Violin Josh Wise - Cello In order of appearance: Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art The Christopher S. Bond Bridge Bloch Building - The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art Country Club Plaza Kansas City Star Crown Center Kansas City Power and Light Building Sporting Park - GO SPORTING!! Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts Kauffman Stadium - GO ROYALS!! Western Auto Building Arrowhead Stadium - GO CHIEFS!! Boulevard Brewery New York Life Building The Kansas City Museum at Corinthian Hall Gem Theater - 18th and Vine Jazz District Kemper Arena Union Station Kansas City International Airport Sprint Center KCPT Tower Rosedale World War I Memorial Arch Broadway Bridge Kansas City Municipal Auditorium Arena Kansas City City Hall Bartle Hall Convention Center Liberty Memorial Tower at National World War I Museum For licensing & inquiries please contact Dan Wood at : wooddrr@yahoo.com

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          • Birdsong trailer.


            from Kraig Winterbottom Added 22K 241 42

            Trailer created by Mohawk for Original Theatre Company's stage adaptation of Sebastian Faulks's Birdsong. Shot on the Blackmagic Cinema Camera EF 2.5K with a Sigma 18-35mm lens. Graded in Resolve while outputting through Vision Color's M31 LUT (part of the Osiris pack). A version of the score with "more nuts" can be found here for anyone interested: https://soundcloud.com/kraig-winterbottom/birdsong-score Look out for the directors cut :)

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            • Buckles


              from Sean Dunne Added 26.1K 239 37

              ***PLEASE HELP SUPPORT MY FIRST FEATURE FILM*** http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1192443628/oxyana-a-feature-documentary-directed-by-sean-dunn Frank W. Buckles is the last living United States Veteran of World War I. I made this little piece about him and his recollection of WWI. I hope you enjoy it. www.veryapeproductions.com @SeanVeryApe on twitter CHECK OUT MY FIRST FEATURE FILM OXYANA https://vimeo.com/ondemand/oxyana

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              • Patriot - Animated Short by Roy Iddan


                from Captain_Fantasy Added 8,642 122 21

                A veteran of the German army of WWI, Jewish by origin, finds himself a prisoner in a Nazi German concentration camp during WWII. His only possession is his Iron Cross medal, which one day - out of sheer despair, he decides to wear outside for inspection. This act leads to a series of random, seemingly unconnected elements to come together. Made possible with the support of the Israel Lottery Culture Council.

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                • The Great War by Joe Sacco


                  from WW Norton Added 30.6K 102 4

                  "JOE SACCO IS A GENIUS."—Chris Ware From Joe Sacco, "the heir to R. Crumb and Art Spiegelman" (Economist), comes a monumental, wordless depiction of the most infamous day of World War I: July 1, 1916, the first day of the Battle of the Somme. THE GREAT WAR is a 24-foot black-and-white panorama, and in this video Sacco explains his process and his understanding of one of the bloodiest days of the twentieth century. THE GREAT WAR is printed on heavyweight accordian-fold paper and packaged in a deluxe hardcover slipcase. The set also includes a 16-page booklet featuring an essay about the first day of the Battle of the Somme by Adam Hochschild and original annotations to the drawing by Sacco himself. Learn more: www.thegreatwarbook.com Video by Cineastas: www.cinepdx.com // www.vimeo.com/cineastas W. W. Norton & Company Independent Publishers Since 1923 www.wwnorton.com

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                  • H100 Why Did We Go To War - The History Channel


                    from Mick Jones Added 4,678 50 10

                    Part of a series of documentary interstitials about WWI on The History Channel. Director of Photography: Mick Jones Shot on the Sony F55 and Canon Cine Primes. 2nd Camera was Sony A7s

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                    • Bygones


                      from Danny Cooke Added 2,190 47 15

                      I visited local attraction 'Bygones' in Babbacombe, Torquay, UK. This is my first Canon 7D video. I wanted to test the camera in low light conditions. Shot entirely with Sigma 30mm f1.4 lens in 1080 25p. Iso's ranging from 100-1250. Soundtrack Happy Days Are Here Again by Ager and Yellen, harmony by Annette Handshaw & her boys can be downloaded from: http://www.archive.org/details/HappyDaysAreHereAgain www.dannycooke.co.uk

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