(Un)Related To God by Thomas Pons
"A track by Apollo Noir, entitled « Unrelated to God », chanting God’s name…
Wait… Yes, it seems we are facing a paradox. Men strive to name God, to define Him, as much as they are willing to detach themselves from Him.
This traditional 2D animation video is about our relationship to God, the little figures embodying the metaphor of Men as builders of their own belief. The dust from stones disintegrate in elementary particles giving birth to new figures and matter. Men, stones and particles transform in mysterious cycles, Particles turning gigantic, Stones becoming alive, Men growing in colossal sculptures. ..."
Written & performed by Apollo Noir.
Directed by Thomas Pons.
Pitch video: https://vimeo.com/407888190
I spent a month in Seoul and saw a city racing to the future. Here's the film I made with the help of the great people I met along the way. Director's commentary: youtu.be/S9kLihqA7jA
Original Music by Steven Richard Davis srdmusic.com/
Additional Music by Artlist https://goo.gl/mYs1Ve
Drone Footage Provided By:
Kris Gonciarz - tofu.media
Pavel Shin facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002236999448
Quick Fix by Chris O'Hara
“NO MORE A-ROVING TOUR” VJ (Trailer)
by Caibei Cai
multiverse by Hiroshi Kondo / STNW
In a Nutshell
by YK Animation
"From a seed to war, from meat to love, from indifference to apocalypse. An attempt to capture the world in a nutshell."
Robotic Electronic Music [SHOWREEL LIVE]
by Moritz Simon Geist
Arena by Páraic McGloughlin
"A brief look at the earth from above, based on the shapes we make, the game of life, our playing ground - Arena.
Created using Google Earth imagery.
Pearse McGloughlin and I collaborated on the audio resulting in something between music and a soundtrack.
Audio mastered by TJ LippleHear "
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