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A stylized dark joke on aging millennials and their “problems” Written and directed by Jodeb Starring: Karine Vanasse, Rose-Marie Perreault, Catherine Saindon, Aude Mathieu, Brontë Poiré-Prest, Lydia Wener Music written and performed by Kroy Director of photography: Kristof Brandl A Colossale Films Production Executive producer: Vlad Cojocaru Producer: Nicolas J. Smith Wardrobe stylist: AJ Hélie Wardrobe stylist assistant: Fiona Valathisar Production designer: Sylvain Lemaitre Art department: Julien Bociarelli, Billi Quentin, Marie-Julie Dessaivre, Valérie Beaudoin, Camille Cormier Renaud, Caroline Swift, Joannie Primeau Dress installation art concept: Jonathan Desbiens, Sylvain Lemaitre Dress designer: Eliza Faulkner Dress designer assistant: Eliza Isabel Make-up and hair: Brigitte Lacoste, Marianne Caron 1sr assistant camera: Ina Lopez Catherine, Tessier Gaffer: Michel Paul Bélisle Best boy electric: Pierre-Luc Normandeau Key grip: Pierre-Luc Chetange Grips: Bastien Meyer, Alex Boucher, Simon Therrien, Emmanuel Vieira Sound recordist: Frankie Fiore Extras: Audrey Rose, Amayel Gibson Production assistants: Clémence Lepic, Alexandru Negru, Stefan Petrisor, Théo Lafaurie Sound design: Théo Porcet, Jean-David Perron Sound mix: Jean-David Perron Editing, colors and vfx: Jonathan Desbiens Installation artist (titles): Hot Tea Poster painting by Jérémie DB Kroy record label: Dare to Care Records Special thanks to Video MTL , Cinépool, Muchfact, Cult Nation, L’Éloi Additional special thanks to Jason Sondhi and Rob Munday for the Short of the Week premiere.
When Melissa’s Dad was diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s, she was only 14 years old. It changed the family dynamics, and she was forced to grow up to take on the responsibility of a caregiver for her Dad. “Our roles reversed,” she said. “I had to be the parent.” We tend to think of dementia as a condition that primarily affects older persons, and issues of early-onset are often overlooked, including its impact on family members. The challenges that young caregivers face are unique, especially with having to cope with the struggles of adolescence, alongside competing demands of school and caregiving. Melissa is working to address this gap through Project We Forgot, a community platform she kickstarted, which offers support for young caregivers of persons with dementia. Melissa wished that she was more informed about her Dad’s condition so that she could be a better caregiver, amidst having to come to terms with his memory loss and confusion. “No one taught us how to feel when we watched you slowly slip away, or how to react when your memories started fading, and you stopped remembering who we were.” She wrote these words in a letter to her Dad more than ten years later. Had she known better as a teenager, perhaps there could have been more empathy and understanding. There was no one she could confide with in school, seeing that there was hardly any awareness about issues of dementia amongst her circle of friends and teachers. With lessons learned from her own experience, Melissa hopes that young caregivers won’t have to feel the same isolation like she did. Through Project We Forgot, they can access resources and be connected with others who are going through similar journeys. At the same time, Melissa actively reaches out to different institutions around Singapore to help raise awareness and support for the needs of caregivers at school or the workplace. Meaningful change can only happen when there’s increased public education, she feels. Reflecting on her journey, Melissa sees a large part of her Dad in who she is now, especially his entrepreneurial spirit, which gave her the impetus to kickstart Project We Forgot. “I hope that I’m doing you proud, Dad.” She tells him as she ends her letter. :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Project We Forgot is a community network platform to inform, empower and support caregivers to persons with dementia. You can learn more about PWF at Join PWF if you’re a caregiver Celebrate World Alzheimer’s Month 2017 at the We Remember! Festival For more inspiring stories subscribe now! ----------------------------------------­-------------------------- Our Better World - Telling Stories. Inspiring Action. We tell stories of people doing good in Asia to inspire global action. We connect storytellers, the people doing good and the ones who’d love to help but don’t know how. We strive to build an engaged global community sharing skills, resources, time and effort, empowering every person with the conviction that each has the power to make the world better. Our Better World is a digital storytelling initiative of the Singapore International Foundation. -------------------------------------------------------------- Commissioned by Our Better World. Design and Animation by Khoo Siew May Additional cel animation: Tan Yin Voice Over: Melissa Producer: Grace Baey Special Thanks to Audrey Yeo View the process of the animation here:
Hello, thanks for tuning in. The show's about to begin. What you are about to see, is The Big Picture's first ever movie. After three years and sixteen web edits down, we thought it was time to change things around. We called up the dudes, and told them the news. They put down their brews, and loaded the doos. With two-stroke and pillows, big air and big crashes. Literal close friends, two dudes on one mattress. Join the Logans, Rainville, King, Adams and White, on a powder filled party, assured to leave you in delight. So turn up the volume, lets all have a cheer. We are The Big Picture and this is Lite Years. - Rossignol presents The Big Picture | Lite Years - Featuring: Chris Logan, Parker White, Duncan Adams, Mike King & Tanner Rainville Thanks to our supporting sponsors Electric, Airhole, Tall T Productions, 686, Cheetah Factory Racing & Forecast Ski Magazine. Shot + Edited: Sean Logan Additional Angles: Chris Logan, Parker White, Jasper Newton, Duncan Adams & Mike King. Location: Mt. Baker Ski Resort WA, Mt. Baker Backcountry WA, Whistler Backcountry BC, Whitewater Ski Resort BC, Baldface Lodge BC, Retallack Lodge BC, Monashee Powder Snowcats BC, Selkirk Heli Tangiers BC, Revelstoke Backcountry BC, Golden Backcountry BC. Music: "Ambient Colors" by Allegory Music, "Maintain" by Vilde, "Little Astray In Sun" by Cotton Jones, "Isaac Plays" by Ely, "Motion" by Hibou, "In & Out" by Moon King, "Hypno-Skate" by LNZNDRF, "Fireflies Made Out Of Dust" by Happy Jawbone Family Band.
It’s 2017 and computer graphics have conquered the Uncanny Valley, that strange place where things are almost real... but not quite. After decades of innovation, we’re at the point where we can conjure just about anything with software. The battle for photoreal CGI has been won, so the question is... what happens now? CREDITS: Written and animated by Alan Warburton with the support of Tom Pounder and Wieden + Kennedy. Music by Cool 3D World ( Special thanks to: Leanne Redfern, Nico Engelbrecht, Iain Tait, Indiana Matine, Katrina Sluis, David Surman, Jacob Gaboury and Daniel Rourke. Animated backgrounds generously provided by: • Quixel ( • Katarina Markovic ( • Roman Senko ( Featuring work by: • Al and Al ( • Albert Omoss ( • Alex McLeod ( • Barry Doupe ( • Claudia Hart ( • Cool 3D World ( • Dave Fothergill ( • Dave Stewart ( • Drages Animation ( • El Popo Sangre ( • Esteban Diacono ( • Eva Papamargariti ( • Filip Tarczewski ( • Geoffrey Lillemon ( • Jacolby Satterwhite ( • Jesse Kanda ( • John Butler ( • Jonathan Monaghan ( • Jun Seo Hahm ( • Kathleen Daniel ( • Katie Torn ( • Kim Laughton ( • Kouhei Nakama ( • LuYang ( • Mike Pelletier ( • Nic Hamilton ( • Pussykrew ( • Rick Silva ( • Sanatorios (
Director: Andrew Thomas Huang Creative Directors: Bjork, James Merry, Andrew Thomas Huang & Alessandro Michele Executive Producers: Tom Berendsen, Sara Greco, Kevin Shapiro & Tai Thittichai Producers: Sara Nassim & Jeremy Hartman Cinematographer Oliver Millar Production Designer Grace Alie Dress by Gucci Choreographer Nina McNeely Avatar Dancer Leo Morimune Makeup by Andrew Gallimore Hair by Johnny Stuntz Visual Effects by WOLF & CROW Production Supervisor Conor Bailey Production Coordinator Jenni Lopez 1st A.D. George Nessis Art Director Alex Nawrocki Art PA Carlyn Hauk Choreography Assistant Danny Axley 1st A.C. Wayne Goring 2nd A.C. Dom Jones DIT Mark Wilenkin Crane Operators Christian Hurley & Derrick Rose Pursuit Systems Operator Yuriy Fuks Gaffer Drew Valenti ACLT Joey Waring SLT Will Martinez Board op Derek Hoffman Key Grip Chris Bauer Best Boy Grip Christopher Pevey Grip Steve Coreas Grip Ricky Walter Grip Michael Telfer Dress by Gucci Creative Director Alessandro Michele VIP Designer Daniel Del Core Pattern Maker/Modelist Carlos Garcia Tailor Paola Biasini MOTION CAPTURE by Animatrik Studios Tom Armbruster VTR/Playback Matt Hillyer Script Supervisor Nathan Snyder Office PA Nick Jaicomo Truck PA Doug Koontz AD PA Manny Jimenez Set PAs Jim Ryan & Cecilia Sweet-Coll Craft Service Paloma Aguirre Site Rep John Dexter Visual Effects by Wolf & Crow Executive Producer & Managing Director: Kevin Shapiro VFX Lead: Adam Swaab CG Lead: Matt Berenty Compositing Lead: Matt Lavoy Character Animation Lead: Mitch Gonzalez 2D Animator: Kevin Stein 3D Animator: Scott Pinson Compositor: Kevin Kim VFX Animator: Wilfred Driscoll On Set Supervision: Benoit Mannequin Colorist: Mark Wilenkin Senior Producer: Matthew Olson Associate Producer: Sophia Richard A Strangelove Films Production