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Trichrome Blue: The Making of

The short clip shows the progress, from concept to final version, for two scenes of Lois van Baarle’s Trichrome Blue. Music by Marcel Janssen.

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VELJKO POPOVIĆ – She Who Measures

Are we truly free? Are our desires truly our own or merely imposed products of the society we live in? The question this film is asking is this: are we slaves to the culture and society we were born in or is there a way to escape after all?

The film has been written and directed by Veljko Popović at Lemonade 3D. Produced at Kenges.

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TRËZ – Tar

Deliciously anguishing, Tar is a short film directed by Trëz, part of the Octopulse collective. The label of psychological horror has never been so appropriate, I guess.

Live action: Rémi Proust. Post Production: Florian Bestel. 3D Graphics: Trëz. Soundtrack: Ruins of Desolation by Atrium Carceri.

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13eme Rue: Biathlon

An oldie but a goldie. I guess that’s what most of us think when we got watching one of these sports that challenge our attention span.

The ad was directed by Trevor Cornish and produced at Hamster Publicité. Creative agency: BETC Euro RSCG.

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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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Mon ami Charly

A little girl gets bored on her own and asks for permission to her mother to meet Charly. The mother refuses but the little girl disobeys.

A short animated film by four students of the ESMA: Julien Duval, Loïc Quesada, Rémy Terreaux, Magda Wydrzynska.

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Goat the Head – Darwinian Minions

Goat the Head is a death metal band from Trondheim in Norway. Members are: Per Spjøtvold, Ketil Sæther, Kenneth Kapstad and Trond Frønes. Darwinian Minions is a single taken from their debut album, entitled Simian Supremacy and released in 2007 for Tabu Recordings.

The music video has been produced, directed… presumably everything-ed by Helmet.

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Mew – Repeaterbeater

A group session at the therapist turns into a surreal nightmare. The kind of nightmares you’re not necessarily going to wake up from.

Repeaterbeater is a single taken from Mew’s album whose title is so long it won’t even fit on the CD, as appears from the image below…

It’s the second of three videos for Mew produced at Bacon, Copenhagen, directed by Lasse Martinussen with Martin De Thurah and Adam Hashemi.

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A Grande Família: Titles

No clue about what goes on in this short animation, the titles for a comedy show made at Visorama, but it sure looks funny.

A Grande Família (The Great Family) is a Brazilian television comedy, which airs on the Globo Network, and tells the story of a typical lower middle-class family living in a suburb neighborhood of Rio de Janeiro.

The theme song is by Dudu Nobre.

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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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Justice ft. Lenny Kravitz – Let Love Rule

Have you ever wondered what happens to action movie heroes during the end credits? Well, you’re about to find out.

Let Love Rule is a song originally released by Lenny Kravitz in 1989, on his debut album, which has now been republished for its 20th anniversary.

The music video has been directed by Keith Schofield and produced by Steve Buchanan at El Nino.

Director of photography: Damian Acevedo. Editors: Keith Schofield and Alan Capriles.

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ANDREW CHESWORTH – Born in Captivity

Here is told the twisted story of a twisted mind who had the bad luck of living in a twisted world.

Born in Captivity is a short film directed by Andrew Chesworth and produced at the MCAD College under the coordination of Tom Schroeder.

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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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ENDRE BARÁTH – The Death Grind

The Death Grind is an allegorical short film about the clockwork of gears.

Images and sound by Endre Baráth. Made with Blender.

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Cinnamon Chasers – Luv Deluxe

In a wicked world, living or dying is just a matter of point of views.

Luv Deluxe is a single from disco house band Cinnamon Chasers from London, United Kingdom.

The music video has been directed by Saman Keshavarz. Director of Photography: Justin Gurnari.

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