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This is a documentary movie uncovering the difficult and time consuming process of making traditional expanded dugout canoe using mostly traditional hand tools and techniques. The master woodworker in this movie is Richard (Rihards Vidzickis) - an experienced green wood worker, wood sculptor and dugout canoe maker. Richard’s passion to green wood and solid wood creations has grown together with him since his childhood days. Richard’s father is also a wood worker and carpenter and has led his son into the beautiful world of working with wood. Richard has gone through all the traditional steps of becoming a master woodworker - starting from an apprentice, then journeyman and then receiving his Master degree in Latvian chamber of crafts. Richard’s passion to wood is not only sculpturing and carving it but also knowing the wood in a scientific level. So Richard has studied in Technical university as a student and reached his degree of Doctor in engineering materials science, so he has combined the craft, nature and science in his life and work. While working in furniture making during the studies, with making different kinds of difficult wood carving for Jugend, Barrocal, Renesance design style furniture, Richard has discovered that he tends to get back to more rustic, robust and natural forms of wood, so he created a park of massive wooden sculptures, wood crafts museum and live workshop where Richard lives and creates wooden bowls, plates, boats and accepts visitors to share his work and lifestyle. Music - Alan Gogoll, Jason Lowe “When a River Parts”. Sound - Gints Sola Camera, edit - Jacob (Northmen Guild) Revive the guild! northmen.com
An elderly, soft-spoken veteran recalls when she joined the Soviet Air Force’s first all-female bombing squad. She reminisces about her friend Katja, and how they made the best of their antique equipment, struggled with being ostracised from their male comrades, and earned the fearful German nickname 'Nachthexen'. Want to know more about The Animation Workshop/VIA University College? Website: http://www.animwork.dk/en/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Animation-Workshop-Official-Page/10452541819 Tumblr: http://theanimationworkshop.tumblr.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/TAW_Denmark Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/animationworkshop/ NACHTHEXEN was made by a team of 3rd year Character Animation & CG Art students at The Animation Workshop/VIA University College in Viborg, Denmark. Check out the individual students blogs (links below) to learn more about the talent behind the film! CREDITS Julie Herdichek Baltzer Director/Editor/Animator – http://juliebaltzer.strikingly.com/ Yasha Habibipour Production Manager/Technical Director/Background Artist – http://lonleygiant.weebly.com/ Nadia Ørneborg Art Director/Environment Lead/Background Artist – http://www.nadiaoerneborg.com/ Sidonie Vidal Animation Lead/Animator/Storyboard Artist – http://sidonievidal.strikingly.com/ Sarah Kær Nedergaard Nielsen Character Designer/Background Artist – http://www.sarahknn.com/ Szymon Hedinn Kuran Animator/Editor/Storyboard Artist – http://shkportfolio.strikingly.com/ Camilla Smidt Animator/Storyboard Artist – http://camilla-smidt.strikingly.com/ Story Consultants: Aske Schmidt Rose Sofie Louise Dam Dialogue written by: Hans Frederik Jacobsen & Julie Herdichek Baltzer Live Action: Shilo Duffy – Director of Photography, Producer & Colorist Asger Kjærholm – Gaffer Magnus Herdichek Pedersen – Production Assistent & Parkour Consultant Cast: Bente Jepsen - Veteran Nataliia Kiriushina– Veteran Voice Additional Voices: Mathilde Olhoff Jakobsen Olivia Voight Simonsen Emil Eusebius Olhoff-Jakobsen Liga Jensen Radoslav Nedyalkov Lana Tankosa Nikolic August Lindemer Additional Animation: Jessica Laurent Juliette Viger Additional Color & Clean-Up: Lamberto Anderloni Virginia Prieto Calvo Myra Sofia Hild Heidi Holmeå Christiansen Jasmin Lisbeth Bustamante Christoffersen Ben Ozeri Anne Prip Additional Compositing: Radoslav Nedyalkov Asger Kjærholm
Mitch Tölderer and Whiteroom Productions present `When the mountains were wild´ Winner of the Jones Adventure Grand 2015 & Winner of Mountainfilm Graz Kamera Alpin in Gold for best Austrian movie. On the search for mountain wilderness in Europe a crew of five snowboarders/skiers/filmmakers drove down from Austria through several Balkan countries and witnessed the debris of the Yugoslavian war for the first time. Their destination was the incredibly beautiful and wild Valbona Valley where time had seemed to stand still for a long time. After studying vague maps, checking weather conditions they found themselves on a 25km hike to a promising looking zone in the heart of these mountains and came to a stop in a little abandoned shepherd hut. Six days of heavy snowstorm later the crew woke up in Freeride heaven and enjoyed a well-earned magic day in the snow. Watch the movie and see what more craziness our team faced on this wonderful journey. Freeriding off the beaten tracks! Riders: Mitch Tölderer, Johannes Hoffmann & Klaus Zwirner Filmed by Jakob Schweighofer & Johannes Hoffmann Still Photography Carlos Blanchard Edited by Simon Platzer & Johannes Hoffmann Directed by Mitch Tölderer & Whiteroom Productions Idea by Mitch Tölderer Music: "Walls" by Walter Sickert and the Army of Broken Toys armyoftoys.com "Black Lamp subtune 1 (codename whistler)" by Mahoney "Gfrei di" by Skero; Album: Der Riese im Glashaus www.skero.at "Late as Usual" by Freak Fandango Orchestra "Music for Strings, Percussion And Celesta (Movement III) by Belá Bartók "Black Rainbow" by Pitx "vitamins" by hansatom "Klimper Klimper" by Dashnor Hysaj Whiteroom Productions: www.whiteroom-productions.com facebook.com/WhiteroomProductions.Official/ instagram.com/whiteroomproductions/ Jones: www.jonessnowboards.com/ POC: www.pocsports.com Patagonia: www.patagonia.com Functional Sportstraining: www.functional-sports-training.com Whiteroom Productions is an independent TV and movie production from Innsbruck/Tyrol, Austria. We specialize in the production of high-quality ski films, image videos, films and image spots, music videos, sports and outdoor films. The center of our creative work is in the heart of Innsbruck, the beautiful capital of Tyrol. In our office we produce professional advertising videos and image films that are tailored to the individual needs of our customers.
We're excited to launch a ground-breaking campaign for domestic violence charity Refuge with award winning directors Le Cube and BBH London. The film, co-funded by all parties, takes form as the official music video to Frances’s ‘Grow’ and seeks to raise awareness of domestic violence and let young women know they are not alone. The film utilises a fascinating production technique in both 2D and stop-frame animation, helmed by Creative Director Ralph Karam. The backgrounds and background characters were printed out and tracked past camera in cycles over a 10 day shoot at Le Cube's Buenos Aires studio while the main characters of Melanie, Refuge and Frances were animated 2D at both Not To Scale and Le Cube. Credits: Client: Refuge BBH Creative Team: Joe Seller and Lance Boreham BBH Creative Directors: Jack Smedley and George Hackforth-Jones BBH Executive Producers: Natalie Parish, George Hackforth-Jones Creative Consultant: Clay Kaytis BBH Producer: Sarah Finnigan-Walsh Music: Frances “Grow” Production Company: Not To Scale Director: Ralph Karam – Le Cube EP: Dan O’Rourke, Gustavo Karam, Juan Manuel Freire Producers: Francesca Di Muro, Mechi Serrano, Fernanda Soma Animation Director: Sergio Slepczuk Stop motion animation director: Pablo Kondratas Art director: Ralph Karam Backgrounds design: Franco Vecchi, Juan Barabani, Martin Lara, Vanina Sáez Character design: Franco Vecchi, Martin Vinograd, Matheus Muniz Layouts: Sergio Slepczuk 2D Animation: Maki Yoshikura, Geoff McDowall, Robert Milne, Stephen Vuillemin, Kehinde Omisore, Cintia Czeszczewik, Martin Lara, Sergio Slepczuk, Pablo Rago, Guadalupe Vyleta, Adriano Nízzoli Clean up: Julieta Culaciati, Juliana Gorgati, Julieta Soloaga, Yas Hanna, Eugenia Casal, Patricio Rey, Valentina Candia 3D Animation: Christian Rey Willis Construction chief: Marilina Martignone Constructors: Carolina Mena, Carolina Stefanini Stop motion animators: Pablo Kondratas, Gabino Calónico DoP: Juan Maglione Electrician: Geronimo Gassmann Post production: Sergio Pickelny
Enter the world of Carré Bleu, an artist and composer who is shaping the music of tomorrow by creating gravity and time defying human instruments. in this surreal pop mockumentary, Carré Bleu opens up about his exclusive music production methods. Making of: https://vimeo.com/157950364 Full track by Polar Youth: https://soundcloud.com/helloplay/polar-youth-searching-free-download © Copyright Hello play! 2016 Website: helloplay.be Facebook: facebook.com/helloplayers Twitter: twitter.com/helloplaybelgiq Soundcloud: soundcloud.com/helloplay - CREDITS: Director: Greg Barth Original Musical Score: Polar Youth Cast: Carré Bleu - Eryl Lloyd Parry, Balloon Popper - Will Vincent, Foam Falling - Lexi Jakk, Vacuum Player - Samuel Franck, Flying Vortex - Yingzhen Liu, Glass Smasher - David Moss, Stair Master - Tobias Rose DoP: Pau Munoz On set VFX Supervisor - Ronen Tanchum Post Production and VR Technology - Phenomena Labs: Effects - Ronen Tanchum Compositor - Tal Baltuch 3D Tracking: Peanut - Amélie Guyot, Peregrine McCafferty Additional VFX UK: Johannes Sambs Gaffer: Max Halstead Art Director: Will Vincent Art Department: Rosalind Gahamire, Isobel Irwin, Lauren Veevers, Juhee Hahm, Clare Lewis, Clarissa Collins Costumes provided by Mai Gidah Additional Costumes: Juhee Hahm Mix and Mastering - Nookaad Productions Produced by Blinkink and Phenomena Labs Agency - DIGIZIK: Producers: Hugo Donkin, Greg Barth Cameras and Lenses generously provided by SeeSense Filmed at Clapham Road Studios Executive Producers: James Stevenson Bretton, Bart Yates
A poetic portrait of scientist Nick Holmes and his work preventing extinctions on islands. Part nature documentary, part fairy tale and chock full of blindingly beautiful, big-hearted science. Narrated by Nick Holmes from Island Conservation. Find out more about their work here: islandconservation.org/ Music by the wonderful Nicole Reynolds: http://nicolereynoldsmusic.com and Holy Coast from Athens, Georgia. Keep in touch with the film's progress over at facebook.com/BespokeAnimation Enjoy!! and my very best to you, Jilli SELECT SCREENINGS & AWARDS San Francisco Green Film Festival (April 2016) St Kilda Film Festival (May 2016) Melbourne International Animation Festival (June 2016) : : : : HONOURABLE MENTION: Best Australian Film : : : : Anibar Animation Festival (August 2016) Kuala Lumpur Eco Film Festival (October 2016) : : : :FINALIST: Best Animation : : : : Sapporo International Short Film Festival (October 2016) Antenna Documentary Film Festival (October 2016) KLIK! Amsterdam Animation Festival (October 2016) Chicago International Children's Film Festival (October 2016) Imagine Science Film Festival (October 2016) EcoFilm Festival (October 2016) : : : : WINNER: Best International Film: : : : Dungog Film Festival (October 2016) : : :: WINNER:Best Australian Animation: : : : WINNER: Best Craft in an Australian Documentary : : : : Noosa International Film Festival (November 2016) : : :: WINNER: Best Environmental Film : : : : St Louis International Film Festival (November 2016) Cinanima (November 2016) The full list of screenings is online at: www.bespokeanimation.com
Produced by Anna-Lisa Himma Directed by Tommy Cash AD: Elisa Johanna Känd DOP: CJ Kask Editing: Sven-Erik Mändmaa, Elisa Johanna Känd Grading: Jevgeni Bõstrov Casting director: Maria Helen Känd Art director: Anna-Lisa Himma Set design: Anneli Arusaar Style: Anna-Lisa Himma Styling team: Halla Farhat, Pamela Peepson & Anna-Lisa Himma Head makeup artist and hair stylist: Nele Pandis Make up assistant: Arlin Saan, Maret Ubaleht Gaffers: Tanel Peet, Sven-Erik Mändmaa Grip: Raido Pedak, Laur-Erik Ruus Lighting by Highvoltage AC: Pavel & Sergei Selivanov Production assistant: Anni Aguraijuja Art assistants: Janis Kokk, Markus Kokk, Rauno Linnamäe, Carolin Saan Visual Effects by FrostFX VFX Supervisor: Heiki Luts Main Compositor: Vahur Kuusk Compositors: Martin Turu, Denis Strahhov Clothes by: StudioKarolina, Fraulein Kink, Hermione Flynn, Maldoror Rosa K, UY, Adidas, Don Arentino, Yulia Kielisson Sponsors: EASTPAK, Easy Travel Thanks to: Max Golomidov, Tallinna Transpordi kool, Kopli Restoran, Anna Barr, Andrei Davidoff, Matilde Matvere, Anneli Savitski, Widescreen Studios, Frost FX, High Voltage, Alfred Bondarenko, Stimscape Productions, Sergei Selivanov, Kalma saun, Heiko Sikka CAST: Iida - Mai Einmaa Karl Jakob Bartles Minna Triin Kohv Doug North Hanna Slegis Miina Härma Fatima Susanna Dominguez Ortiz Helena Ringo Nannie Na Jaan Männimaa Sten Simulask Artjom Sozonov Hendrik Tiido Artur- Henri Ervin Maxim Persdisk Siim Oja Karl Martin Kelder Bill Valdre Stella Saarts Carmen Kask Grete Tuberik Elina Masing Marion Tammet Ann-Kristiin Kruuk Aglaia Fedotova Inna Chistyakova Riin-Kärt Ranne Nnenna Obiekwe Helina Risti Peep Vähi Joan Hint Sten Karik Jarmo Reha Jaanika Arum Kristiina Hortensia Port Jaanus Odras Eisi Mäeots Evert Pol-Poom Morris Eigi Maarja Tõnisson Cyprien Duchnese Eva Pajunen Veronika Vallimäe Elisa Johanna Känd Ott Vatter Lauri Lember Tuuli Tohver Uno Andreas Tavast Lilian Hiob Uku Kristjan Küttis Elis Branno Andre Tšernikov Madleen Teetsov Luke Faulkner