This video is a mixtape of the 321 different shots we made over the two week period in NYC for the 2013 US Open broadcast on ESPN. One of our consistent gigs the past couple of years has been shooting and editing timelapse for broadcast. Now I’m not talking about live timelapse transmitting or anything impossible like that.
A personal journey about breakthroughs that took us (Jordi & Daan) on a big trip around the world. To challenge ourselves and each other to think in possibilities instead of impossibilities. To talk to other creatives / directors around the world about these challenges and share the lessons and tools through our blog thelifelightproject.com.
This film is a visualization of how this journey changed our lives. Get inspired // Be inspiring!
Communication studio Vasava and fashion illustrator Jordi Labanda recently collaborated on a series of short films to promote Louis Vuitton’s m-commerce in the U.S., Japan, and Canada, and e-commerce in Brazil.
“We created a simple story that shows a customer ordering Vuitton goods and, all of a sudden the Pont Alexandre III takes off from Paris, crosses the ocean, and the package is delivered to the woman,” said Vasava’s Enric Godes. ”During the trip, different monuments and landmarks from the two countries pop up, lending an air of ‘Paris-fication’ to either the U.S., Japan, Canada, or Brazil.”
He noted that the aesthetic is one-hundred percent Labanda and Vasava’s challenge was to bring his illustrations to life with a retro feel and without too many fireworks: “We scanned in Jordi’s hand-painted elements and retouched them, built the scenery and created the Alexandre III bridge in 3D. We did the animation in Photoshop and After Effects.”
Extreme cool projection-mapping onto moving surfaces. The short film documents a live performance, captured entirely in camera. Amazeballs.
Watch the video: retelly.com/art/box
In the Berlin city everyone is going crazy for a viral new app. Anyone with a smartphone can play a sort of Super Mario Bros arcade game in Augmented Reality. In the game a coin corresponds to 0.01 Bitcoins. Citizens’ habits are tainted by the game. Coins are hidden all over the city, you can spot them just scanning around with your device, not always they are easy to grab. People started to leave their jobs in order to collect Coins in the streets. All over the city people are jumping and running around with their smartphones, trying to grab as many virtual coins as they can…
The shooting itself is been a game in the game: all the interviewees were asked to imagine the city as the app release happened for real and to answer thereby, sometimes they were even asked to play with it. Part of the work was dedicated to the Bitcoinkiez, a small Berlin district where local owners started to sell their products in Bitcoins through the Bitcoin Wallet App, which would be the “real” app to whom the Super Mario app is corresponding.
Global Yodel contributor Drew Geraci is at it again. His latest time lapse video is an amazing high energy ride through NYC. Check it out HERE.
Watch: Ron Howard On Filmmaking
Ron Howard shares his directing tips. Want to know what was “a really great training ground” for the director? Or why it’s important to study your favourite scenes with the sound turned off? Watch Ron Howard discuss filmmaking and offer insights into his craft.
Watch: Nebraska official trailer
Nebraska is a 2013 drama film starring Bruce Dern and Will Forte. The film premiered at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival, where it was nominated for the Palme d’Or Award and Bruce Dern won the Best Actor Award.
The projection model of a nuclear power plant with interactive controls. The main objective of which was to show 42 months of construction, as the day-to-day change of seasons to build nuclear power station.
By controlling the cursor on the timeline viewer to choose the length of time the construction project or building separately, to see where it is in the layout and learn more about it.
For the projection used 10 projectors Panasonic 7000 al. Interface and Control Catalyst Media Server on openFrameworks.
Producer: Ilya Makarov, Ivan Nefedkin
Creative Director: Ivan Nefedkin
Art Director: Vitaliy Shitnev
Motion Design: Vadim Mirgorodskiy, Ilya Perevedentsev, Evgeniy Druzhinin, Ilya Shinkarenko
Graphic Design: Ksenia Slavnikova
Programming: Alexey Rudenko, Denis Bardakov
Technical director: Alexey Epishev
Two years ago, Peter Simon directed a stop-motion video called “Trim,” which showed a bald man becoming hairy in 38 seconds. Now working with the same model named Tom Offer-Westort, his newest film includes someone holding a pen who touches Westort’s head and face to magically add hair. It is similar to the first movie, but this one is better executed and more interesting to watch.