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Mem

Look at the big picture, then at the small picture, and find the five differences. Mem is a branded short for Blackberry produced by Ilija Brunck at Polynoid, for creative agency Kult Singapore. Directors: Jan Bitzer, Csaba Letay, Fabian Pross, Ilija Brunck.

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Mothership: Memento Mori

Warning: the title for Brent Bonacorso’s launch video for Mothership contain spoilers to the end of greatest show on Earth. Your life.

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Our Choice: Deforestation

A short story about deforestation taking place in the jungle. Created by Dewi Mariam and Christian Whiticar.

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Bombay Sapphire: Step Into Blue

The spot was produced, directed, animated and edited at Stardust Studios. Animators: Sandy Chang, Shane Zucker, Christian Perez, Yan Ng, Angle Tien. Sound design by Zach Corbell at Mophonics. Creative agency: Margeotes Fertitta Powell.

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Charter Communications: Love

The spot has been designed and directed by Matt Smithson AKA Man vs Magnet; and it was produced by Meg Donohoe at Curious Pictures. Flash animations byArthur Metcalf. Compositing and animation by Jess Mireau, David Soto and Dale Clowdis.

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MATTHEW GORDON LONG – The Anachronism

A science expedition propels two children toward an enigmatic encounter at the edge of their known world. Arriving on an isolated beach, they stumble upon the shipwreck of a robotic squid submarine.

The Anachronism is a steampunk science-fiction short set in the late nineteenth century written and directed by Matthew Long.

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RICARDO DE MONTREUIL – The Raven

Chris Black (Victor Lopez) possesses a power that could lead to the destruction of the current regime, and they will stop at nothing to destroy him. The chase is on as Chris runs for his life in this sci-fi thriller set in an alternate and futuristic Los Angeles.

The Raven is a short film by Ricardo de Montreuil. Director of Photography: Andres Sanchez.

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Tiger Beer: Taste it in this life

The spot has been directed by Jesse Warn and produced by Jack St. Rose at Film Construction.

Creatives: Mike O’Sullivan, Jay Benjamin, Andy DiLallo, Cameron Harris, Tom Hazeldine and Toby Talbot at Saatchi and Saatchi.

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Lumber Jack’s Wood Feast

The short film was made at Buck for as an entry in the F5 Re:Play Film Festival held in New York City last year.

Creative Director: Ryan Honey. Art Director: Christopher Lee. Music and Sound Design: David Kamp.

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MATTHIAS HOEGG – Nightlife

Matthias Hoegg’s graduation film from Kingston University is an elegant and atmospheric nocturnal encounter between garden wildlife and a biology book. It was nominated for a Royal Television Society Award and plugged in Aardman’s Talent Showcase 2006.

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TV1: Sausage Party

The work of Sixty40, this ident for Australian TV1 celebrates the culture of the backyard barbecue including listening to the cricket, highly flammable accelerants, blokey jostling and impromptu cricket matches.

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United States of Tara: Titles

The short title sequence, winner of the Emmy for Outstanding Main Title Design, introduces us to a series of female characters. Except, that they’re all Tara (Toni Collette), a woman “suffering from dissociative identity disorder and related memory suppression.”

The titles sequence has been directed by Jamie Caliri and produced at Duck Studios for Showtime. Animation: Anthony Scott. Illustration: Alex Juhasz. Art Department: Morgan Hay (head), Yoriko Murakami.

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The Bronson Maneuver

Preston Hall is Bronson. Who is Bronson? Well, mix James Bond, Lupin the Third and Mister Bean, and you’ll have a glance of the idea. Now, who is Preston Hall?

The short was an entry in CG Challenge XXIV, themed Secret Agent.

The film is the work of Ryan Sluman, Joon Kim, Danny Dahlquist and Mike McCain. Featuring Wein, Weib und Gesang (Wine, Women and Song), op. 333 by Johann Strauss II.

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Shahada: Opening Sequence

Title sequence for Shahada, a feature film by Burhan Qurbani on the life of three young Muslims in Germany during the Ramadan.

The animated sequence has been directed by Alexander Hanowski and produced by Andreas Lampe at We are Flink.

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BLU – Muto

Muto is an animated film by Blu produced at Mercurio Film. Assistant: Sibe. Music: Andrea Martignoni.

The title plays on the Italian word muto which means both mute and mutate (as in “I mutate”).

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