Resigned to a mundane life of caring for a mother with dementia, Zola sees a fleeting chance at escape when she runs into an old crush. CREDITS Starring Adiagha Faizah, Akim Black, Carol London Written and Directed by Sudarshan Suresh Produced by Steven Chua Co-written with Shakti Bhagchandani Director of Photography - Alejandro Mejia Sound Recordist - Alistair Farrant Production Designer - Matthew Sibilia Music Composer - Zev Burrows Co-producer - Sola Fasehun Production Manager/ Catering - Marina Piedade, Kritika Dey 1st Assistant Director - Thais Drassinower 2nd Assistant Director - Nelicia Low Art Director - Lawrence Webber Casting Director - Carly Kastel Assistant Casting Director - Carly Brauer Production Assistant - Erica Wong Sound Assistant - Sean Dunn, Dorian Cambi 1st AC - Joel Vasquez, Liza Gipsova, Andrew Stephen Lee Gaffer - Jon Branden Grip - Kyle Seeger, Emre Gulcan Music Scoring Mixer - Alex Venguer Music Contractor: Sandy Park Colorist - Markus Englmair Sound Design & Mix - Anish John Editors - Sudarshan Suresh, Shakti Bhagchandani AWARDS Directors Guild of America Student Filmmaker Award Winner Student Film Award, Hamptons International Film Festival Prix du Public, Champs Elysees Film Festival Jury Honors, Columbia University Film Festival SCREENINGS Hamptons International Film Festival New Orleans Film Festival Atlanta Film Festival Pan African Film Festival Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles Champs Elysees Film Festival Luna da Cortos Film Festival Jagran Film Festival
Moments of lost self-control. This is my first-year film at the Royal College of Art. 'Enough' is this week's Staff Pick Premiere! Read more about it here: Awards: Lottie Reininger Award - Stuttgart International Festival of Animated Film 2018 Audience Award for Best Student Film - Anima Mundi 2018 Best Student Film - Anifest 2018 Best Student Film - Northwest Animation Festival Grand Prize - Best Student Film - SICAF 2018 Best European short film, City Council of Gandia - Cortoons 2018 Grad Prix - Best Student Film - Animakom 2018 Best Movie (Animation Film) - Cinemí Cinemá 2018 Audience Award - Best Seconds 2018 Audience Award - Extremely Shorts 2018 Silver Prize - 3 Minutes 3 Days Festival 2018 Audience Animation Award - Mecal Barcelona 2018 Best Animation Short film - FIAfest 2018 Third Prize (Animation Category) - Mecal Barcelona 2018 Special Mention - Anibar 2018 Selected Festivals GLAS Animation Festival - Official Competition, US
 Stuttgart International Festival of Animated Film, Germany ANIMA MUNDI, Brazil KLIK Amsterdam Animation Festival, Netherlands Odense International Film Festival, Denmark Fantoche, Switzerland Seoul International Cartoon & Animation Festival, Korea Cardiff Animation Festival, Wales The Smalls Film Festival , UK Amsterdam Independent Film Festival, Netherlands Edinburgh Short Film Festival, Scotland Cartoons Underground, Singapore Festival Stop Motion Montreal, Canada Film Festival of Madrid, Spain This is England Festival World Festival of Animated Film, Bulgaria Palm Springs International Animation Festival, US 
Indielisboa, Portugal Anibar Animation Festival, Kosovo ZLÍN FILM FESTIVAL, Czech Republic Le Petit Cannes film festival, France Taichung International Animation Festival, Taiwan Big Cartoon Festival, Russia FIAfest, Colombia Short Sighted Cinema, UK Florida Animation Festival, US AninetFest, Czech Republic Women Make Waves Film Festival, Taiwan Insomnia International Open-Air Animation Festival, Russia CONSCIOUS CARTOONS, US
 Athens Animfest, Greece
 ANNY: Animation Nights New York, US 
LAFF (Longwood Animation Film Festival), US
 Best Seconds, Switzerland
Copper Coast International Film Festival, UK
 New York Int’l Children's Film Festival - NFK [NOT FOR KIDS] Competition, US Chester International Film Festival, UK
 Cortoons Festival Gandia, Spain 
Le Plein de Super, France Stop Motion Barcelona, Spain World Festival of Animated Film - Varna, Bulgaria Wiesbaden International Weekend of Animation, Germany Catford Film Shorts Night, UK Extremely Shorts Film Festival, UK Cefalù film festival, Italy
 Stop Motion OUR FEST, Buenos Aires
 Flatpack Film Festival, UK

Experience a beautiful timelapse journey through the landscapes of the Dolomites. The Dolomites are a mountain range located in northeastern Italy and are caractarised by it´s bold light-gray cliffs and spires flecked with snow. The film captures the atmosphere of the intriguing Dolomite mountains through a series of unique timelapses and a detailed soundscape. Sounds from natures own library are accompanied with subtle soundeffecs to support the atmosphere which in the mountains quickly can change from calm sunrise to intense thunderstorm. To get the full experience - headphones are highly recommended. All shot are made in the summer 2018 during a two week trip to the Dolomite mountains. I had the pleasure to experience a wonderful hike at the spectacular Tre Cime, the beautiful turquoise water at Lago di Sorapis, an insane rainstorm at Santa Maddalena, a quiet evening at Lake Misurina with amazing still water and much more. Photographer, editor and sounddesigner: Casper Rolsted FOLLOW MY WORK FILM LOCATIONS IN "DOLOMITES": 0:00 Lake Braies (Pragser Wildsee) Lake Braies, also known as the “Pearl among Dolomite lakes”, is characterised by its unique position in the north of the Fanes-Sennes-Braies Nature Park. 0:27 Lago di Landro (Dürrensee) The lake is located at the bottom of the Val di Landro. From the lake you can admire the steep rock faces of the Dolomites 0:46 Lake Misurina Lake Misurina is the largest natural lake of the Cadore and it is 1,754 m above sea level. The lake's perimeter is 2.6 km long, while the maximum depth is 5 m. Near the lake there are about ten hotels with accommodation for around 500 people. 1:14 Passo Gardena (Gardena Pass) The pass connects Sëlva in the Val Gardena on the west side with Corvara in the Val Badia has an elevation of 2,136 m above sea level. It often becomes a busy route with tourists, motorcyclists and cyclists during the summer. The pass is very popular among tourist and hikers that visit the pass to access the dramatic mountains. 1:54 Tre Cime di Lavaredo (Drei Zinnen) The Tre Cime di Lavaredo is three distinctive battlement-like peaks. They are probably one of the best-known mountain groups in the Alps. The Cima Grande (the peak in the midtle) has an elevation of 2,999 metres (9,839 ft). It stands between the Cima Piccola (to the east), at 2,857 metres (9,373 ft), and the Cima Ovest (to the west), at 2,973 metres (9,754 ft). 2:37 Lago di Sorapis Lake Sorapis is a stunning turquoise lake in the Dolomites. The hike is not an easy task and involves sections with cables and ladders. This intermediate hike is worth the effort and offers incredible views of mountain peaks and the dreamy blue waters of Lake Sorapis. 2:45 Santa Maddalena The village of Santa Maddalena/St. Magdalena is located at the rear end of the Funes valley. The church together with the adjacent sacristy, the old school, and the "Obermesnerhof" farmstead form a unique ensemble in the foreground of the Odle/Geisler massif. CAMERA EQUIPTMENT USED - Sony A6300 Mirrorless Digital Camera Body - Samyang 12mm F/2.0 NCS CS lens - Samyang 21mm F1.4 ED AS UMC CS lens - Samyang 50mm F1.2 AS UMC CS lens - Samyang 100mm F2.8 ED UMC MACRO lens
A man leads a monotonous, unfulfilling life until meeting with the girl of his dreams turns his world upside down. As things spiral out of control, the man discovers a new way of living. Directed by Alicja Jasina Music by Aaron Gilmartin Sound by Katie Gately Produced at University of Southern California | Awards Best Creative Award, Beijing Film Academy Audience Award, 19. Internationalen Trickfilm-Wochenendes Wiesbaden Audience Award, Animaphix Best Animated Short, Walla Walla Movie Crush Cilect Prize, Switzerland Winner at 12th Annual Martha’s Vineyard International Film Festival ANNY Best of Fest Winner Gold at Student British Academy of Film and Television Arts Best Animation at First Look Festival, Los Angeles Special Jury Award at Globe International Silent Film Festival 1st Award in Student Competition at Athens Animfest, Greece Silver at Ogolnopolski Festiwal Polskiej Animacji, Poland Grand Prix International du Public at Festival International du Court Métrage d’Animation Roanne Prix du Jury at Festivals Conexion - Auvergne Rhone-Alpes, France Best Short at Szczecin European Film Festival ’17, Poland Shortlisted in Animated Short Category, Academy Awards Student Academy Awards Gold Winner for ‘Once upon a Line’ short film Best Student Film Award at Animasyros International Film Festival, Cyprus Best Short Film at Mountain Shadow Film Festival, US Hollywood Eagle Award for the Best Animated Short at Polish Film Festival, Los Angeles, US Best Direction at Tofuzi International Festival of Animated Films, Georgia Audience Award at Les Nuits Magiques Festival, France Screenings 33rd International Short Film Festival Berlin KUKI 10th International Short Film Festival for Children and Youth Berlin 26th Annual Berkeley Video and Film Festival 2017 The 9th Animation Festival and Market of Segovia The British Animation Film Festival 2017 Macon Film Festival Insomnia International Animation Film Festival Wiesbaden International Weekend of Animation Anima Mundi, Brazil Klik! Amsterdam Animation Festival London International Animation Festival ReAnimania International Animation Festival Manchester Animation Festival Cinanima Animation Festival, Portugal Cyprus Animafest Cinetekton! Film Festival, Puebla, Mexico Primanima World Festival of First Animations, Hungary Polish Film Festival, Los Angeles Krok International Animated Film Festival, Russia Anim'est International Animation Film Festival, Cyprus Animasivo Festival, Mexico "Les Nuits Magiques" Film Festival, France Les Sommets du cinéma d'animation - Festival international de Montréal The International Festival of Animation Arts Multivision, Russia Leuven Short Film Festival, Belgium Caminhos Film Festival, Portugal Animae Caribe Animation and Digital Media Festival O!PLA Ogólnopolski Festiwal Polskiej Animacji, Poland BKSTS Student Widescreen Film of the Year Competition, US Anima Brussels, Belgium Roanne Animation Festival, France 41st Cleveland International Film Festival Marano Ragazzi Spot Festival Slo Cartoon Slovenia Home Cinema CutOut Fest Omaha Film Festival Cape Town International Animation Festival First Frame Festival, Los Angeles First Look Festival, Los Angeles Ferfilm Festival Animocje Festival, Poland Focus on Female Directors 2017, American Cinematheque, LA The Film Bunch screening, London Frames Film Festival Poetry and Film Festival Spectrum Film & Television Festival Sun Valley Film Festival International Festival of Animated Films ANIFILM 2017, Trebon Athens International Film + Video Festival The Globe International Silent Film Festival Anifilm, Trebon Holland Animation Film Festival Washington DC International Film Festival Spectray Film and Television Festival Starfest Festival Cinema Jam Athens Animfest The Globe International Silent Film Festival Twister Alley Film Festival Stark County District Library Screenings, Ohio The Smalls Film Festival 2017 Ojai Film Festival 2017 Big Cartoon Festival 2017 Moscow Canterbury Anifest 2016 Flixx Fest Northwest Animation Festival
+ Student Academy Award 2018 Finalist + + PSIAF 2018 Official Selection + + Autodesk The Rookies 2018 finalist for this years 'Film of the Year - VFX Category' + + Autodesk The Rookies Award Draft Selection + + SVA Premiere 2018 Hollywood Screening Selection + + SVA Outstanding Achievement Award + + SVA Tech Staff Choice Award + + EMUNAH + A full CGI film produced at the School of Visual Arts, class of 2018. + CREATED BY + Sang Hyoun Han (a.k.a DOMCAKE) + SYNOPSIS + Excessive competition between countries has created a perfect artificial intelligence. Artificial intelligence has excellent learning ability, but they have no imagination ability. Therefore, A.I. plans to steal the human’s as imagination makes everything possible. But at the same time, A.I. concludes that it is a human error as the ability can limit people due to the over imaginative mind. It makes humans to be afraid of death and leads people to believe in God which becomes a religion. Thus, A.I. creates a new religion by combining the characteristics of all gods so that every single human being can worship. All that faith has become energy sources that gives a power to A.I. to absorb the imagination ability from humans. Finally, artificial intelligence becomes perfect. In the end, the excessive desire of man toward information and technology causes the destruction of a mankind. + INFORMATION + Website: Facebook: Instagram: LinkedIn: Visual & Music all done by DOMCAKE
It’s a new century for Nikon imaging, and I’m super honored to be a part of it. The 101-year-old company has announced what I consider to be one of the most remarkable imaging devices on the planet, the Nikon Z7. Along with its companion, the Nikon Z6, these cameras mark Nikon’s debut in the world of full-frame mirrorless cameras. I was given wide latitude with the opportunity to create a short film using the new Nikon Z7, and the result is a film I’m calling “Morning.” The concept of this film was born out of the idea that so many of us really try to make our mornings count. Whether we’re writers or artists using those early hours to tap into our creativity, or we’re parents or spouses who are trying to make the first moments of our day really count, mornings are a sacred time of day. Many of us use those first hours of the day to go for a ski tour, bouldering, hit the gym, do yoga, or meditate. For me, when I’m lucky and not on a deadline, I like to take my mountain bike out for a ride on the trails surrounding Lake Tahoe. I thought that shooting a mountain-biking film in my backyard would be the ideal scenario. And it was fitting because during the short window of time I was given to create this film, mornings ended up being the only time of day I actually had to shoot! We worked with Kyle Smaine, an incredibly local athlete who is a world-class freeskier who can also ride a mountain bike like no one else. We shot Kyle tearing across a handful of my favorite trails and sections of granite in the Lake Tahoe basin. The Big Picture This isn’t just a new camera with a new mount that’s mirrorless and shoots silent. It’s a new and better tool in an ecosystem that I’m already using and love. The idea that I can continue to use all my favorite Nikkor lenses, but shoot higher-quality video with my eye pressed to the electronic viewfinder, take advantage of the autofocus capabilities, and produce higher-quality images all in a smaller form factor means that I might just be one of the most excited guys around after today’s big announcement. Thanks and More Soon… Thank you, first and foremost, to Nikon for the opportunity to represent your company as an Ambassador and to be given the opportunity to flex my creativity using the best tools on the planet. See more BTS images on my site
There’s something fascinating about our own home galaxy. Even if we still cannot look at it from above and gaze at the full span of its arms, the sideway view offers a quite a showdown. To me the central part of the milky way is the most spectacular sight of the night sky. It’s something you can clearly see with the naked eye when you are away from city lights. It’s a sight that really brings your down to Earth and lets you wonder at how small we are, while comforting you in the thought that you are part of this Earth and the Universe. I could gaze for hours at the central bulge and just contemplate its compelling beauty from where it rises till where it sets.

From a photographic and scientific point of view, this part of the milky way is so interesting to capture and study because if our solar system is located in its suburbs, the downtown district of our home galaxy harbors billions upon billions of stars. They are so concentrated that the total light coming from them can be seen millions of light years away and really creates this halo of light visible when you take a picture of it, much like a fire blazing. However a thick blanket of dark hydrogen clouds shroud and block the complete view. You can even see these fine dark lanes with the naked eye and they really participate in making the whole picture something from another world. Of all of them the Pipe and Dark Horse nebulae are descending down the core obscuring the upper part of the central bulge. In addition to this celestial show many emission nebulae- reliques of previously exploded stars, pepper the disc. Among them the bright and colorful Lagoon nebula, the pink and blue Trifid nebula, the red Cat Paw, War and Peace and Prawn nebulae around Scorpius. Moreover many star clouds (like the Sagittarius star cloud) and other remarquable star clusters also participate in strewing this already full frame. Finally the closest stars (like Antares) and near planets visible during the time of shoot (Mars, Saturn, Jupiter) also give a sense of just how ridiculously big the distance between Earth the the core is. Being fascinated by the core since I started astrophotography where it was barely visible (Denmark), I started looking for the best places in the northern hemisphere where I could get a clear view. The first time I really saw it was on the beautiful island of Tenerife 4 years ago and I sincerely will remember that experience for the rest of my life. Gazing upon the center of our galaxy in its full glory is something everyone ought to try. That’s why I decided to dedicate the third opus of my astrolapse series ‘Galaxies’ exclusively to the core, assembling my best clips to date and bringing them to the public, mainly to raise awareness and to get our night sky a bit more attention. I was appalled by just how many people have never seen the milky way so maybe by showing the true beauty of the universe I could contribute in my own limited way to bringing the real dark skies to the hectic and light polluted urban jungle. The goal once again was to use the best techniques in astrophotography and time-lapse to exploit each frame to its maximum without compromising the quality. From planning, to traveling to remote locations, to shooting with some of the best astro-gear, and eventually finding a novel post-processing workflow, I was able to get some astounding and never-seen-before sequences of the core. Traveling to very elevated and dark places allowed me to get the best signal to noise ratio as well as the best ‘contrast effect’ in the halo created by the stars in the bulge. The array of extremely sharp and bright lenses I utilized permitted to decrease shutter speed and get less motion blur while getting extremely clean shots with little aberration. The use of an astro-modified camera (Canon 6D), light pollution filters (Pure night, Nachtlicht) and a star tracker (Vixen Polarie) enabled me to capture the H-alpha emission nebula better and generally get better contrast and light altogether (See the two previous episodes for explanation). To create motion I also used the Syrp Genie I 3-axis system and the Vixen Polarie. I really wasn’t interested in just getting the usual wide-angle shots of the milky way and tried a lot of different set-ups to get a new view on the core. I am really proud to say that thanks to a lot of relentless work to find the best astrolapse workflow, these sequences are some of the most defined available on the market with some of the best quality and true-to-life colors. 
Cameras: Sony a7s, Canon 6D Baader modded
Lenses: Sigma 14mm f1.8, Sigma 20mm f1.4, Sigma 50mm f1.4, Samyang 85mm f1.4, Samyang 135mm f2 Post-process: Adobe Lightroom, Timelapse+ plug-in for Lr, Ps CS6, TDLF, Sequence, FCPX Locations: La Palma (Spain), Tenerife (Spain), Grimsel Pass (Switzerland), Emosson (Switzerland), Jura (France)