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LOLLY JANE BLUE: Worms - MPEG-4 clip
This experimental underground music video shows Lolly Jane Blue on her way down to earth layers; a journey leading to a climatic underwater ballet.

The video was conceived, directed, animated, produced, and so on, by Sil van der Woerd. Editing by Wouter Nordsiek and Sil van der Woerd.

Costumes designed by Djovrie Krüs. Underwater camera by Sander & Heleen at Wethorse Productions.

The song was composed by Mo’ Tunes and sung by Lolly Jane Blue.

UPDATE: Gnomon Worckshop published a huge tutorial on the creation of this clip.

Video sperimentale e sotterraneo, in cui Lolly Jane Blue si fa strada nel sottosuolo; un viaggio che approderà al climax di una coreografia sottomarina.

Il video è stato concepito, diretto, animato, prodotto, e così via, da Sil van der Woerd. Montaggio di Wouter Nordsiek e Sil van der Woerd.

Costumi disegnati da Djovrie Krüs. Camera subacquea di Sander & Heleen presso Wethorse Productions.

Il pezzo è stato composto da Mo’ Tunes e cantato da Lolly Jane Blue.

UPDATE: Gnomon Worckshop pubblica un ampio tutorial sulla creazione della clip.


DOWNLOAD: Scarica Worms.
[Format: MPEG-4 - Size: 30 MB - Running Time: 4 min.]

DOWNLOAD (ALT.): Scarica Worms. [Mirror]
[Format: Quicktime - Size: 46 MB - Running Time: 4 min.]

WATCH: Guarda Worms in finestra.

WATCH (MIRROR): Guarda Worms in finestra.

WATCH (LOW RES): Guarda Worms su svartens.
[Format: Flash Video]

MP3: Scarica il brano Worms da Unsigned Band.

LINK: Visita il sito di Sil van der Woerd.

LINK: Visita Microbia.

LINK: Visita Lolly Jane Blue.

LINK: Visita Djovrie Krüs.

LINK: Visita Wethorse Productions.

CODECS: Apple QuicktimeFlash

{ 5 } Comments

  1. elemental_on | 17 December 2007 at 12:29 | Permalink

    amazing video!

  2. Norton Zanini | 10 November 2008 at 18:24 | Permalink

    [speechless for a minute or two] trying to find a few words to describe the Huge advance in Film, creation, design, music, Effects oh geez the list goes on and on in many things that I was for a long time expecting to see from a filmmaker…for real kick ass.

  3. Anonymous | 4 January 2009 at 08:46 | Permalink

    There is a huge tutorial from Gnomon Worckshop on creation of this clip.
    By the way Sil van der Woerd used Bijou, Maya, After Effects & Premiere to build this

  4. DeK - Delirium et Kaos | 19 January 2009 at 06:08 | Permalink

    Thanks. Updated the post!

  5. Wouter Nordsiek | 16 July 2010 at 14:18 | Permalink

    Instead of Adobe Premiere we used Apple Final Cut Pro for the edit!

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