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walkingframes / Jugend Gegen Abschottung

April 6th, 2014

This is surreally good. Translation of texts: in coffee shop : 9,407 people emigrated as employees for the hospitality industry as short-term residents; at bus stop: 1,331 people emigrated as employees for public transportation as short-term residents; the ‘pothole crash’: 4,332 people emigrated as employees for road construction as short-term residents. This is a political spot with a lot of wit. The Zurich based team at Walkingframes also flexes its concept-to-visuals muscle in their corporate annual recap for Goldbach Group below. It is a particular talent to turn dry information into fun and impactful images that drive the point home. No potholes in these films’ construction. Well done!
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knoblich / from dad to son

April 6th, 2014

Gestalt, indeed! Bold and subtle, this graphically grabbing student short blends a lo-fi approach with the high fidelity of polish, classic framing and story. Hitchcock might even approve. One of the superpowers of animation is to communicate a whole lot with very little. We certainly look forward to more daring prison-breaks from the norms of technique from director Nils Knoblich.
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schulnik / eager

April 4th, 2014

Shamanism, the subconscious, outsider mythology, sexuality, decay and transmutation, the donning and destruction of personae and the mysterious, almost dark power of femininity….Allison Schulnik‘s art resembles a jawbreaker in this film….as do her layers of meaning. Her animation manages to simultaneously recall interpretive dance, synchronized swimming and a pivotal scene in Macbeth. More beautiful, successful and experimental lighting from the ever talented DP Helder K. Sun. The music was composed alongside the film for it and performed live at it’s opening in New York, by L.A. Takedown’s Aaron Olson.



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oh yeah wow / elliot the bull

March 12th, 2014

Mythology seems to be all the rage, and that ain’t no bull. Evoking elemental childhood imagination, Oh Yeah Wow delivers another dynamic journey with “Elliot the Bull,” a music video for Colourblind. Read on to hear from Director Samuel Lewis as he helps us to connect the blocks with some photomatched production factoids.
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harris / peppermint

March 4th, 2014

Directed by Noah Harris and shot by illustrious DP Toby Howell, this crisply orchestrated music video is for Julio Bashmore‘s hot song “Peppermint,” featuring Jessie Ware. Graphic in more ways than one, this piece is perfectly lit and shot to invoke the feeling of the club dancefloors that its house music graced. An interesting postmodern mix of both detachedly abstract and strangely tactile sensibilities, it’s rather like a Rorschach inkblot test…so we’ll leave you to make your own high-intrigue associations with the imagery.
Read on for some great process comments from the director, excerpted from a Thump.com interview:
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