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An unassuming woman visits a teenage boy in the hospital following his failed suicide attempt. In the waiting room she meets the boy’s grief-stricken music teacher who discovers she may not be just another well-wisher. OFFICIAL SELECTION: Maryland Film Festival New Orleans Film Festival Festival Angaelika Sidewalk Film Festival Director Anu Valia Written By Will Janowitz and Hari Leigh Produced By Rachel Nederveld and Hari Leigh DP Lowell A. Meyer CAST: Alex Hari Leigh Shirley Gayla Johnson Noah Will Janowitz Nurse 1 Andrea Cuadras NURSE KAREN Anika McFall Grandma Kerstin Alm Sick Person James Clark Nurse 3 Akul Dang Calvin Charlie Kaine Jory in Bed Michael Viera & Margaret Crable Jory Chris Cote CREW: Line Producer Molly Ortiz Unit Production Manager Sarah Winshall Production Coordinator Josh Fu 1st AC Paolo Arriola 1st AC Kevin R. Lachman Key Grip Marisa Thilman Gaffer Favienne Howsepian Sound Sam Mutch Production Design Amelia Steely Art Director Tracy Watson Hair and Makeup Artist Anna Milhouse Wardrobe Teresita Madrigal Still Photographer Gavan Dawe On Set PA's Brandon Winters Monique Salmon Executive Producer Andreas Trolf Executive Producer Max Grossman Original Score By Johanna Samuels "Jory's Song" By Jon Smith Original Poster Art By Michelle Antonisse Film Editing By James Codoyannis Co-Editor Nick Mougis Color By: Kyle Krupinski VFX Artist Adam Deyoe Animation Andrew E. Tilles Sound Mix Di Li Darrel Tung SPECIAL THANKS TO: Riel Roch-Decter Sebastian Pardo Memory David Fu On The Mark Chris Goodwin Brock Williams Johanna Hyman Martin Morse Kate Schlauch Clay Liford Lily Iserson Annie Marino SQIRL Virgil/ Normal Kim Sherman Michael Wilson Leaonard Nederveld Jody Nederveld Theresa Richardson Daley Haggar Stewart Geldon Bruce and Susan Keenan Amy and Andy Iserson Auntie Chris Osborn Breanne Thomas Charome Kaocharoen Alessandro Raimondo Almitra Corey Jen Jacobs Theresa Richardson MONEY TROLLS: Brian Mattes Jessica Koslow Tattiya Maruco Laurie Zimber BJ Porter Corinne Marshall Porter Johanna Hyman Karen Johnson Josh Slates Sarah Kramer Karen and Larry Slates Mike Rafter Linda and Drew Boughton Michael Lennox Jaleel Bunton CONTACT :
The psychedelic, violent and liberating experience of young man who takes a drug at a party. Prix ❊ ANIMA - Córdoba International Animation Festival (Argentine) : Best Animation - Non narrative - Abstract Prize Sélections ❊ 3D Wire (Espagne) ❊ Balkanima - European Animated Film Festival (Serbie) ❊ KDIAF - Kuandu International Animation Festival (Taiwan) ❊ TAF - Thessaloniki Animation Festival (Grèce) ❊ Cinemabrut (France) ❊ FIFIB - Festival International du film indépendant de Bordeaux (France) ❊ Fake Flesh Film Fest (Canada) ❊ Saskatoon Fantastic Film Festival (Canada) ❊ Festival SPASM (Canada) ❊ Paris Courts Devant (France) ❊ up-and-coming International Film Festival Hanover (Allemagne) ❊ Fantastic Fest (USA) ❊ BFI London Film Festival (UK) ❊ Flickers' RIIFF - Rhode Island International Film Festival (USA) ❊ East End Film Festival (UK) ❊ Figari Film Fest - International Short Film Festival (Italie) ❊ HOFF - Haapsalu Horror & Fantasy Film Festival (Estonie) ❊ Fancine - Festival de Cine Fantástico Universidad de Málaga (Espagne) ❊ Sitges - International Fantastic Film Festival of Catalonia (Espagne) ❊ Chacun son court (France) ❊ Godebut European Film Festival (Lituanie) ❊ interfilm - International Short Film Festival Berlin (Allemagne) ❊ Festival du Film Court de Villeurbanne (France) ❊ KLIK! Amsterdam Animation Festival (Pays-Bas) ❊15th ANILOGUE International Animation Festival (Hongrie) Diffusions / Hors compétition ❊ Pixelatl (Mexique) ❊ KloosterKino (Pays-Bas) ❊ Bogoshorts - Bogotá Short Film Festival (Colombie) ❊ Anima Mundi - Festival Internacional de Animação do Brasil (Brésil) ❊ SESIFF - Seoul International Extreme-Short Image & Film Festival (Corée du Sud) ❊ Kurzfilmtage - Festival international du court-métrage de Winterthur (Suisse) ❊ Cartón - Festival Internacional de Cortos de Animación La Tribu (Argentine) ❊ Festival du film d'animation de Madrid (Espagne) Réalisateur/ Director : Vincent Gibaud Animation / Animation : Walter MAZOYER , Sandra CHAÏBAN , Thomas LANDREIN , Fanny Germain , Léa CHERVET , Faustine DUMONTIER , Simon DUONG VAN HUYEN , Quentin Laurent , Eloïse RAUZIER , Alizée LAFFITAU , Kévin PHOU , Raphaël ETEVIANT , Kherveen DABYLALL , To-Ahn BACH , Diane TRAN , Céline CHEA , Pierre-Jean LEMOEL , Julie ROBERT , Fabien MARCADET , Juliette CALABERY , Pierre PMEZ , Stéphane ONA EDEMRA , Naseer PASHA , Samkat YIN , Eliott PEUPION , Marie BIDEAU , Clément KUBICEK , Manuel GARO , Max VANNIENSCHOOT , Vincent GIBAUD , Jonas GENEVAZ , Rebecca ESSLER , Alix BONNEFOUS Scénario, Script / Scenario, Script : Vincent GIBAUD, Pierre DE CABISSOLE, Valentine DE BLIGNIERE Décors / Set : Vincent GIBAUD, Jonas GENEVAZ , Camille FOURCADE Effets spéciaux / Special effects : Yann LEROY , Vincent GIBAUD Montage / Film Editor : Vincent GIBAUD Rendu / Rendering : Vincent GIBAUD Ingénieur du son / Sound engineer : Nicolas MARTIGNE Montage sonore / Sound editor : Nicolas MARTIGNE Mixage / Mix : Nicolas MARTIGNE Musique / Soundtrack : Benjamin H. FORD Réalisé dans le cadre de la suparésidence à SUPAMONKS Studio : Distribué par Sève Films :
After being dropped in the woods by a mysterious blue light, a haunted woman (Lindsay Burdge) reconnects with her estranged sister (Jade Lane) to explain where she's been and what she's been through. Through this incomprehensible trauma, the sisters draw ever closer, only to drift apart yet again. “A familial sci-fi drama that surrounds its gruesome finale with moments of carefully constructed empathy, [Sisters] is a study in abstract horror and potential mental illness. Osborn’s use of parallel editing, particularly in a sequence that alternates between a downstairs kitchen and an upstairs bathroom, earns its high-strung pathos.” --Erik Luers, Filmmaker Magazine OFFICIAL SELECTION: Denver Film Festival Dallas International Film Festival Maryland Film Festival * Starring Lindsay Burdge, Jade Lane, and Ava Briglia Written and directed by Chris Osborn Produced by Chris Osborn Breanne Thomas Adam F. Kritzer Associate Producers Andrew Wall Wesley Wingo Assistant Director Harrison Atkins Casting Jennifer Peralta-Ajemian Director of Photography Ava Benjamin Second Unit Photography Allison Anderson Camera Operator Jovon Outlaw Assistant Camera Cristina Bartley Elle Ginter Devin Cremer Gaffer Stephen Roll Best Boy Sam Law Grips Frank Traggianese Mark Dunning Production Sound Allistair Johnson Sawrab Karim Production Design Melissa DiMartino Art Direction Arianne Alizio Art Assistant Eric Ahlstrom Hair/Makeup Monica Ninh Jess Plummer Production Assistants Mullica Zudsiri Ariel Viera Editor Chris Osborn Assistant Editor/Digital Imaging Technician Daniel Johnson Digital Effects Luis Miranda Colorist Marc Ripper Supervising Sound Editor Joanna Fang Sound Designer/Re-Recording Mixer Dennis Hu Sound Editor Vicky Lim Foley Mixer Sarah Streit Original Musical Score Julian Watts
A wild boy is found in the woods by a solitary hunter and brought back to civilization. Alienated by a strange new environment, the boy tries to adapt by using the same strategies that kept him safe in the forest. "Feral" is this week's Staff Pick Premiere! Read more about it here: Screenings: 2014: Hiroshima International Animation Festival, Japan, August 21-25 Animafest Zagreb, Croatia, June 3-8 Oscar Nominated Shorts tour, various cities, starting January 31 Ashland Independent Film Festival, USA, April 3-7 Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival, France, Jan 31-Feb 8 Festibérico , the Netherlands, March 20-30 NYICFF, USA, March 7-30 Flickerfest, Australia, January 10-19 2013: Animateka, Slovenia, December 2-8 Sichuan TV Festival, China, November 16-18, Gold Panda award for Best Overseas Animated Short Film Animpact, Korea, November 20-26 24fps International Short Film Festival, November 1-2, USA, Special Jury Citation Animax Skopje festival. Macedonia, November 7-9, Golden Brick Award Hollywood Film Festival, USA, October 17-21 Bradford Animation Festival, UK, November 12-16, Special Mention Adelaide Film Festival, Australia, Oct 10-20 Animanima, Serbia, Sept 5-8: Jury’s special distinction for Best Direction Animatou, Switzerland, October 5-13 CICDAF 2013, China, September 29-October 5, Grand Prix for Best Foreign Short Film Animasyros, September 26-29, Greece London International Animation Festival, UK, Oct 25-Nov 3, Audience Vote Woodstock Film Festival, USA, October 2-6: Maverick Award for Best Animation Fantoche, Switzerland, Sept 3-8 Varna World Festival of Animated Film, Bulgaria, Sept 11-15 DragonCon, USA: Aug30 – Sept 2 Gran Paradiso, Italy, Aug 26-31: Best Short Film Anima Mundi, Brazil: Aug 2-18: Best Film Award Toronto Animation Arts Festival, July 26-28: Best International Short Animation Block Party, USA, July 26 KROK Animation Festival, September 1-10: Grand Prize Animator Animation Festival, Poland: July 13-19 British Animation Film Festival, UK: June 23 Melbourne International Animation Festival, Australia: June 20-30 Southside Film Festival, USA: June 12-15 Fest Anča, Slovak Republic: June 27-30 RabbitFest, Italy: June 14-15 Northwest Animation Festival, USA: May 17-19 Busan International Short Film Festival, Korea, May2-6: Best Animation Award Arizona International Film Festival, USA: April 12-28: Best Animated Short Annecy International Animation Festival, France: June 10-15: Junior Jury Award, Fipresci Special Distinction, Festivals Connexion Award Animayo, Spain: May 7-11: Grand Prize Anifilm, Czech Republic, May 3-8 Cortoons Festival, Italy, April 17-21 Animatricks Festival, Finland, April 19-21 Newport Beach Film Festival, USA, April 25-May 2 Trickfilm Festival of Animated Film Stuttgart, Germany: April 23-28 Independent Film Festival Boston, USA: April 24-20 Nashville Film Festival, USA: April 18-25 Sarasota Film Festival, USA: April 5-14 Pictoplama Berlin, Germany: April 10-14 Athens Animfest, Greece: March 7-13: Anima International Animation Festival, Belgium: Feb 8-17: Grand Prize Corfu Animation Festival, Greece: April 4-7: Grand Prize Black Maria Film Festival, USA: Feb 1- March Big Muddy Film Festival, USA: Feb 20-24: Best Animation International Environmental Film Festival, France: Feb 19-26 Animac International Animation Festival, Catalonia: Feb 28- March 3 Festival Mauvais Genre, France: March 27- April 1 Cine en los Barrios del Cartagena Film Festival, Colombia: Feb 21-27 Roanne animation film festival, France: March 19-24 Sundance Film Festival, USA: January 19-27 2012: Animated Dreams (Black Nights), Estonia: November 14-18: Best Story award Anilogue International Animation Festival, Hungary: November 16-25 Etiuda&Anima International Animation Festival, Poland: November 26-29 Sommets du Cinéma d'Animation, Canada: November 28-December 2 Expotoons, Argentina: October 23, 24, 25 Montserrat College of Art, USA: Oct. 9 Giraf Animation Festival, Canada: Oct 31-Nov 4: Innovation in Animation Award Cinanima International Animation Festival, Portugal: Nov 8-14: RTP2 Prize Cutout International Animation Festival,Mexico, Nov 1, 2, 3 Animage International Animation Festival,Brazil, Sept 26-30 KLIK! Amsterdam Animation Festival, The Netherlands, November 7-11 Anim'est International Animation Film Festival, Romania, October 5-14 Ottawa International Animation Festival, Canada: September 19-23 Animated Encounters, UK: September 19-23 The International Fest of Contemporary animation & media-art LINOLEUM, Russia: July 10 to September 9 2012, 13 minutes, HD Directed and animated by Daniel Sousa Sound Design by Dan Golden A project of Creative Capital
Traditional time-lapses are constrained by the idea that there is a single universal clock. In the spirit of Einstein's relativity theory, layer-lapses assign distinct clocks to any number of objects or regions in a scene. Each of these clocks may start at any point in time, and tick at any rate. The result is a visual time dilation effect known as layer-lapse. After releasing "Boston Layer-Lapse" a few years ago, I was able to quit my engineering job to focus on time-lapse and film making. New York City was the obvious subject for my next film, the immense skyline was ideal. However I was facing an unknown creative challenge: when I created Boston Layer-Lapse I manually animated layers because I only had about 30 layers in a scene, in New York I was making layer-lapses with 100-300 layers so I needed some method to help me automate my workflow. Luckily I have an engineering background I can lean on, so in early 2016 I started learning scripting in after effects, and began writing code to create different layer-lapse 'looks'. To create a layer-lapse effect, I am assigning a unique equation to hundreds of buildings simultaneously. For each frame, every building is calculating and deciding which time of day to reveal. One example of a script that yields a ‘look’ are the waves of day or night that move through some of the shots in this film. To achieve the ‘look’ I can set parameters like the speed at which the wave moves across the screen, how rapidly each layer will switch from day to night or vice versa, and I'll often use a random sinusoidal function to create a subtle oscillation inside the wave itself. Now I've probably lost half my audience but for those of you still reading, the final step is linking an action or a script to a piece of the music. One way I've found this can be done is creating a set of audio triggers for a song, so that every note or beat triggers a change. By linking a certain script to each of these triggers one can create computer generated layer-lapses that are animated in response to music. Admittedly, this film is still a combination of mathematical and manual animation but my goal is to create a layer-lapse film where all the animations are simply decisions made by each layer after analyzing the music and the script it was assigned. By making layer-lapses run on mathematics, there are also some really cool avenues to create interactive physical or virtual art installations where a person could actually touch and manipulate a layer-lapse scene in real time. The further down the rabbit hole of layer-lapses I go, the more opportunities for experimentation I am discovering. I love the process of creative exploration and hopefully my audience gets something from it too, thanks for watching! To learn more about the project please visit: @AliniaMedia 1 Film, 22 Trips to New York, 352 Hours of filming, $1,430 paid in Parking Fees, 9988 Miles Driven, and 232,000 Pictures Taken Special thanks to the team at Kessler Crane, every motion controlled shot was filmed on their Second Shooter and CineDrive systems, visit them at: Cameras Used: Sony A7rii, Canon 5ds, Canon 5diii, Canon 5dii, Canon 6D, Canon 7D Lenses Used: Canon 200-400mm, Canon 100-400mm ii, Canon 70-200mm 2.8 ii, Canon 16-35mm 2.8 ii, Canon 24mm f1.4 ii, Canon 24-70mm 2.8 ii, Zeiss T* 50mm 1.4, Canon 135mm f2, Sony G 16-35mm 2.8, Canon 24-105mm, Rokinon 20mm 1.8