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BBC: Gardener of the Year

Some motion graphics that Jellyfish Pictures made for BBC Television. Pretty slick.
(You may have guessed that I’m trying to free some space on my hard disk, because there’s a whole load of clips incoming.)
Motion graphics opera di Jellyfish Pictures per la BBC Television. Niente male.
(Avrete capito che sto cercando di liberare un po’ di [...]

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Discovery Channel EMEA: Footprint

It takes a second for you to recycle a can.It takes 50 years for a can to recycle itself.

Here’s a beautiful public service announce realized for Discovery Channel EMEA (Europe, Middle East, Africa) via the producer Bruce Meier.
The spot has been written, directed and edited by Matt Lambert at dieLAMB.
Visual effects realized at Jellyfish Pictures, [...]

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MTV: Nation Favourite Music City

Relax, don’t do it!

A broadcast segment for MTV’s Nation’s Favoutite Music City; works by accumulation, but it works.
Designed and directed by Matt Lambert AKA dieLAMB, at Jellyfish Pictures. Audio design by Hecq.
Sigletta per Nation’s Favoutite Music City di MTV; funziona per accumulazione, però funziona.
Design e regia di Matt Lambert alias dieLAMB, presso Jellyfish Pictures. [...]

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Protect the Human.

Turns out that Marie Antoinette liked the basket. Too bad she was the ball…
Heads is a short animation realized by Jellyfish Pictures for The Secret Policeman’s Ball, a show staged as a benefit for human rights organization Amnesty International and held at London’s Royal Albert Hall in October 2006.
Creative director: Matt Lambert.
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Dedicated to the memory of Mitar Subotic.

Based on the work of Serbo-Brazilian composer Suba (Mitar Subotic), the short follows a robot who invades the rainforest, opposed to another machine summoned by the natives. The story refers to the civil war in the former Jugoslavia.
The song is entitled Sereia and features vocals by Cibelle. It is [...]

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Motorola: The Journey

Motorola brings us again on a journey through out the history of cinema, with an emphasis on aspect ratios.
The film is made up of ten different scenes that represent stages of cinematic history. Opening with a zoetrope showing the movement of a sequence of still images taken by photographer Edward Muybridge, the film culminates [...]

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