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Galettes St Michel: Le Zoo

Once again, a cookie, alone, will stand to save those whom he loves and care about. In a very yummy way.

The second spot in the series that Ben and Julia directed, produced at Stink Paris by Greg Panteix and Sylvaine Mella.

Director of photography: David Nissen. Sound design: Tranquille le chat. Post Production: Nightshift. Creative agency: Australie.

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C-Rayz Walz – Blackout

Nice music video from some time ago, which looks like a cheap cable TV show, with puppets, fancy transitions and VHS noise.

C-Rayz Walz is a rapper from The Bronx, New York. Blackout, featuring The Angel & The Preacher, is a song from his 2005 album entitled Year of the Beast.

The video has been directed by Jonnie Ross and produced at Smuggler.

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They Might Be Giants – Electric Car

Animals from the forest and the farm, they all come on board of the electric car which, magically, become a station wagon to accommodate them all.

Electric Car is a song featured on TMBG’s latest album, Here Comes the Science, and sung by Robin Goldwasser and John Flansburg.

The video has been produced at Tiny Inventions and directed by Max Porter and Ru Kuwahata.

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Paavoharju – Uskallan

Rather strange video, this one, sort of a condensed geological history of Earth. So much going in so little time.
Paavoharju is a Finnish musical collective of lutheran Christians formed around two brothers, Lauri Ainala and Olli Ainala.
Uskallan (Dare) is featured on their second album, entitled Laulu Laakson Kukista (A Song about Flowers of the Valley) [...]

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JOSEPH MANN – Taller than Trees

Will she fit in?

The “story of an outrageously tall giraffe. She has trouble fitting into daily life until eventually she manages to find a more suitable home.”
A short film by Joseph Mann. Music written by Jonathan Smith. Poster and credits by William Goldsmith.
“The animation has been created using a 2D real-time cut out technique [...] [...]

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