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Yeasayer – Madder Red

We witness the final day of Bommel, a creature that looks like a fuzzy egg and lives with Kristen Bell in Mar Vista, California.

Yeasayer was previously here with Wait for the Summer. Madder Red is the third single from their album Odd Blood released on February 2010 for Secretly Canadian.

The music video has been produced at Streetgang and directed by Andreas Nilsson, recently here with Röyksopp’s Adventures in Barbieland.

Director of photography: Stöps Langensteiner. Editor: Aaron Morris at Rock Paper Scissors. Special effects: Don Lanning and Ryan Thompson.

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Buildings & Vampires

If you’ve seen Spike Jonze’s Where the Wild Things Are, you surely remember the scene this short is based on. If you don’t, do. Or read the book. Or watch the short. Or whatever.

The short film has been directed by: Sebastian Baptista and Nico Casavecchia. Director of photography: Eloi Moli. Prop Master: Lula Gomez.

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The Cinematic Orchestra – Lilac Wine

A piece of moving visual poetry comprised of delicate lines” which “extend and intertwine to form a variety of unique landscapes”. “As the song resolves, these many threads of the writer’s unconscious mind and memory separate and dissipate, trailing the single line that began the song.

Lilac Wine is one of the songs produced to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martens. The music video has been directed by Vanessa Marzaroli and produced at Blind. Calligraphy: Bill Kemp. Creative agency: Exposure USA.

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MIKE CARLO – The President of The Universe

The President of The Universe is a short animated film by Mike Carlo. Post production by Al Pardo. Music and sound design: Joey Spallina. Voices: Mike Carlo and Christina Tortorelli.

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The Guardian: Gola Mondo

The spot has been directed by Tomas Garcia and produced at Peppermelon and Stink. Creative agency: Wieden Kennedy, London.

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The Ghost in You – Losing Light

A piece of animation that was entirely done with Flipnote on a Nintendo DSI. The music video has been directed and animated by Billy Polard. Who incidentally is also the man behind The Ghost in You.

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Luis

The second short video of the series Lucía, Luis y el lobo (Lucía, Luis and the Wolf), follow up to the short video Lucía. The video was shot frame by frame with a digital photo camera.

A short film by Niles Atallah, Joaquin Cociña and Cristóbal León of Diluvio Gallery. Voice: Paula Florencia Navarrete.

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YORIKO MURAKAMI – Corazon en Fuego

Corazon en Fuego (Heart on fire) is a short film animated in stop motion by Yoriko Murakami.

The short leaps from mood to mood, from corny drama to happy comedy, in a punctuated rather than gradual fashion.

The music has been composed by Patrick Kirst. Singer: Sara Leib. Guitar: Kayta Matsuno.

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La Main des Maîtres

La Main des Maîtres (The hand of the masters) takes its graphical direction from the early 20th century’s Art Nouveau and Victorian styles. Beneath the graphics is the society of the working class during the industrial revolution as it relates to class struggle. The major artistic influence on the overall animation style is the painter Alfons Mucha. From this inspiration, everything went to Steampunk.

The short film is the work of three students of the Georges Méliès School (formerly EESA): Vivien Chauvet, Adrien Toupet and Clément Delatre.

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DYLAN RALKE – The Replacement

The Replacement is a short film by Dylan Ralke who is a student of the DMT at the Red River College.

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MTV: Senseless

The crazy spot is the work of Cassiano Prado and Oway Lau. Character design: Donna Wilson. Stop animation: Tony Farquhar-Smith.

Director of photography: Duncan Telford. 3d animation: Alfredo Hisa. Sound design: Paulo Beto.

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ADAM CALFEE – Moonboy

“The story of a young boy who, trapped by his surroundings, desperately ventures out into the unknown. The results of his flight are both extraordinary and immutable.”

Moonboy is a beautiful animated short film by Adam Calfee, who’s a part of the More Frames collective of visual artists. Additional animation by: Gus Trauth. Computer graphics: Jordan Held. Music: Reid Wellock. Recording: Adam Lukas and Drew Chiodo.

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RÉGIS CAMARGO – Her Lion’s Jump

In this short animated film, an unexpected visitor named Fred (voiced by Fred Tatasciore) comes to the window of Sandy (voiced by Evelyn Hwang), asking for her help to get home. Oh, by the way, Fred is a lion…

Her Lion’s Jump is a short movie by Régis Camargo, thesis work for his Master of Fine Arts at the UCLA Animation Workshop.

The musical score has been composed by: Marcel Camargo and Richie Kohan and performed by a eight piece ensemble.

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Olivia Broadfield – Don’t Cry

The sun mostly shines on TV, even though sometimes it rains. Tears. From heaven.

Olivia Broadfield is an English singer-songwriter from Leicestershire. Her debut album was first released in 2008. The record, entitled Eyes Wide Open, has been re-released in 2009 for Vagrant Records, with Don’t Cry being the first single released.

The music video is the work of Kurt Nishimura.

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Sorriso Maroto ft. Ivete Sangalo – E Agora Nós?

Sorriso Maroto is a Brasilian band, from Rio de Janeiro. “E Agora Nós?“, featuring Ivete Sangalo is a song from their latest album, entitled Sinais.

The music video has been made by Visorama.

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