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This is the music video for the song "Space Diaspora" of OY's [https://www.oy-music.com/video] new album bearing the same name. The musicians Joy & Lleluja - about the clip & song: On our new album we tell the story of mankind’s future on a imaginary planet called Space Diaspora. So Space Diaspora is the second single and the title track of our new album. The song is the beginning of this space opera and tells the story of the departure & transformation of planet Earth in and onto Space Diaspora. We couldn’t have been more lucky than to have Moritz Reichartz illustrate and interpret this story for us. The clip allows further imagination and interpretation.. and so we invite people to participate and build their own story. ‘After all, in spite of all technological inventions, the farthest we can travel is still with our minds.’ The label sais: Life on Space Diaspora is a reflection and a distortion of our own struggling world, conveying sentiments of modern alienation and transnational identity. OY’s thoughtful and humorous, tongue-in-cheek approach looks back at current times from the vantage point of a chaos-driven but blooming society in our own future. A vision which elicits tears as well as smiles, and praises the huge potential of the in-between. The director Moritz Reichartz about the clip: Technically speaking, the video is generated almost without keyframes, which are traditionally an essential tool for computer based animation. I work with these nokeyframe techniques for the last two years (latest publised result is "Hands Off [AI]" www.momade.de/hands-off-a-i) as i found they often produce unforseable, better than imagination results that are filled with a lot more life and provide a wide spectrum of outcome to choose from. Dynamic simulations, noise and time driven animations and textures, hair systems, formula based deformers, force and turbulence guided particle systems and many caches baked in specefic chronological orders brig this story to life. The process for the video was more the one of a labrotory rather that the one of inbetweening classical storyboard images in squares. Probably not more that 40 keyframes, mostly used for the camera work where used in this project. CREDITS: Music: OY [https://www.oy-music.com] Derection, Design, Animation and Images: Moritz Reichartz
2016年9月20日
Watch the full film here: https://vimeo.com/ondemand/unclekent2 "Uncle Kent 2 is the craziest movie sequel ever. A defiantly unconventional crowdpleaser." - Eric Kohn, Indiewire "Allow your head to Explode." - Mike S. Ryan, Hammer To Nail "The most stand-alone sequel ever made." -Calum Marsh, The Village Voice In a desperate search to create a follow-up to Joe Swanberg's 2011 film UNCLE KENT, Kent Osborne travels to a comic book convention in San Diego where he loses his mind and confronts the end of the world. Reuniting in the GREMLINS 2 of "Indie" sequels, Joe Swanberg, Jennifer Prediger and Tipper Newton return in a surrealist look into Osborne's madness. Written by Osborne and passing the directors' torch over to Todd Rohal (THE CATECHISM CATACLYSM) UNCLE KENT 2 plays out like an absurdist successor that bends the rules of sequels and the minds of the audience. Directed by Todd Rohal Written by Kent Osborne Executive Produced and Co-Directed (first 12 Minutes) by Joe Swanberg Cinematography by Nathan M. Miller CAST: Kent Osborne, Lyndsay Hailey, Kate Herman, Joe Swanberg, Robert Longstreet, Jennifer Prediger, Weird Al Yankovic, Jude Swanberg, Steve Berg, Maragaret Box, Derek Cohen-Copeland, Jessica DiCicco, Toby Jones, Dylan Haggerty, Eliza Hajkova, Toby Holbrooks, Seo Kim, Katie Krentz, Robert R. Lowry, Julie Mond, Katherine Morris, Karina Noelle, Daisy O'Dell, Madeline Queripel, Emily Quinn, Davy Rothbart, Cole Sanchez, Michael Torcivia, Stephen Paul Stocker, Michael Symonds, Sean Szeles, Anthony Verlander, Erin Willetts, Jessica Yost, Jay Van Hay, Violet Bliss, Tom Fitzpatrick, Steve Little, Derek Bevil, Diana Nguyen, Fayette Marie, Julie Maximova, Phillip Ristaino, Kate Herman, Benjamin W. Barnes, Timon Birkhofer, Jaden Label, Jonathan London, Andy Ristaino, John Nania, Rich Sturdevant, Kent Kasper, R. Sky Palkowitz, Matt Winston, Ashly Burch, Lawrence Levine, Sophia Takal, Linas Phillips, Dustin Defa, Tipper Newton, Daniel Schechter, Evan Mays, Joel Huggins, Max Nikoff, Paulette Osborne and Kat Candler Festivals: SXSW, Maryland Film Festival, BAMCinemafest, Oak Cliff Film Festival and more
2016年7月18日
In this video we have tried to show movement and the enormous chromatic beauty of corals, a kind of marine animals that despite being one of the oldest animals on our planet, are mostly unknown. You will discover its stunning beauty, its spectacular colors and the mystery of his movements. To capture these images it was necessary to apply the technique of time lapse as the slow movements of these animals are very difficult to see at a glance. The use of macro lens gives a large enough vision to contemplate the huge variety of colorful species. Photographic equipment: CANON 7D CANON 550D CANON EF 100 mm 1: 2.8 L IS USM To perform this video over 25000 photographs were made for approximately 1 year. music: Atmostra III by Cedric Baravaglio, Jonathan Ochmann and Zdravko Djordjevic. We like to think that with this work, we have put a small grain of sand to raise your attention about the Great Barrier Reef, one of the natural wonders of our world, endangered because of global warming and because of the industrial projects of the Government of Australia. Thank you for your comments and likes more information: www.mylapse.com/coralcolors ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ En este vídeo hemos pretendido mostrar el movimiento y la enorme belleza cromática de los corales, unos animales marinos que pese a ser unos de los animales más antiguos de nuestro planeta, son unos grandes desconocidos. Descubre su sorprendente belleza , su espectacular colorido y el misterio de sus movimientos. Para captar estas imágenes fue necesaria aplicar la técnica del timelapse ya que es muy difícil apreciar a simple vista los lentos movimientos de estos animales. La utilización de objetivos macro nos ofrece una visión lo suficiente próxima como para poder contemplar la inmensa variedad de colorido de las distintas especies. Equipo fotográfico: CANON 7D CANON 550D CANON EF 100mm 1:2,8 L IS USM Para realizar este video se hicieron más de 25000 fotografías durante aproximadamente 1 año. música: Atmostra III by Cedric Baravaglio, Jonathan Ochmann and Zdravko Djordjevic. Nos gustaría pensar que con este trabajo hemos puesto un pequeño grano de arena para que no pasen tan desapercibidas las noticias acerca de La Gran Barrera de Coral, una de las maravillas naturales del mundo, que esta en peligro a causa del calentamiento global y de los macroproyectos industriales del Gobierno de Australia. Gracias por sus comentarios y likes para más información: www.mylapse.com/coralcolors
2016年2月27日
Written and Directed by Grajper DOP - Mikołaj Syguda Production - FILM FICTION Producer - Adrian Pawłowski Production Manager - Kamila Boruc Production Manager Assistant - Kasia Beaupré Production Support - Bartek Kowalski, Jędrek Dziedzic Edited by - Patrycja Piróg / FILM FICTION Postproduction - LocoMotive Colourist - Jacek Bulik Online - Łukasz Omasta / LocoMotive Sound Postproduction - Jacek “Dzeksong” Onaszczkiewicz / LocoMotive Sound - Adam Wojtaś Cast - Kasia Adamczyk, Elwira Nalazek, Paulina Gadziała, Natalia Sztabińska, Ola Szkołda, Celina Mandziak, Staszek Gomoła, Janek Wajda, Dawid Makowski, Teodor Giguere, Jegor Kirilov, Kuba Zieliński, Bartek Włoczkowski, Grzegorz Cesarczyk, Grzegorz Urbański Set Designer - Kasia Pielużek Set Designer Assistant - Ewelina Rosłaniec, Aleksandra Markowska Costume Designer - Ewelina Mróz Costume Designer Assistant - Magdalena Janiszewska Makeup Artist - Joasia Darnikiewicz Makeup Artist Assistant - Marta Chojecka Wardrobe - Rafał Malinowski Stagehand - Grzegorz Urbański Camera rental - Film Cyfrowy Rent VHS Camera Operator - Jan Szewczyk VFX Support - Bartek Wasiluk Grip - Edwin Wolski / Grip7 Best Boy - Maciej Łukowski Camera Assistant / Focus Puller - Tomek Bartosik Light - Luks Film Gaffer - Michał Obłoza / Luks Film Best Boy - Maciej Obłoza / Luks Film Special thanks to Krysia Ziółek, Spółdzielnia Mieszkaniowa "Modzelewskiego"" w Warszawie, Karolina Cwalina, Mirosław Pytel / Yellowóz, Bernard Wnorowski Kamerra.pl, Cyprian Adamski, Piotr Cisło / Bad Boys Film Crew, Waldek "Pirania" Łowczynowski, Maciek Kurowicki, Łukasz Śliwiński, Michał Staliński / Otrębusy, Oddaj.to
2016年9月22日