A film painted directly on 50 vinyl records, shot using different speeds of an old Viking gramophone.
Music: Kottarashky&The Rain Dogs
Producing label: Asphalt Tango, Berlin
Around the Block by Jonnie Lewis
"'Around the Block' is a passion project of mine that focuses on street artist David Zinn.
I began work on it through my own sense of creative frustration, with the loose idea being 'I want to go and make a film about a street artist'.
But when it came to editing it, it felt more apt for it to become an analogy for what it's like to be involved in the creative process that perhaps anyone in a creative industry can identify with.
Much like David finds inspiration in the cracks, streaks and specks on the pavement, I personally find that getting out and finding shots with a camera in my hand is far more fluid and inspiring than sitting at home and trying to come up with ideas.
The final piece is no longer a film specifically about street art, but a study of the process involved in making ideas come to life - told through a tour of David's world alongside the characters that live within it.
If nothing else, hopefully it encourages someone else to go out and create something just... because."
#Dalstonhouse by Leandro Erlich - Gravity-defying art installation with giant mirror
Funny Foreign Names by Hakim Ismail
"Cultural interactions in names"
We the Curious - interactive installation
by Dalziel & Pow
"We designed an engaging interactive installation for At-Bristol Science Centre, as part of the educational charity’s major relaunch as We The Curious.
Encouraging curiosity and exploration, the ground floor installation unlocks the stories of iconic Bristolian places, people and objects in a ‘Choose Your Own Adventure’ format. The hand-drawn illustrations respond to a visitor’s touch, triggering a variety of animations and sounds."
Looped by Evelyn Jane Ross
Art to Architecture to Art Clip
by Spirit of Space
Symbiose by Rosalie Benevello
Film de 1 minute, exercice 1ère année La Poudrière
Réalisation : Rosalie Benevello
Montage son : Nadège Feyrit
Bruitage : Julien Baissat, Lucas Bellomo
Prise de vue : Christian Eydoux
Compositing : Mathieu Brisebras
Montage image : Jeanne Fontaine
Parain : José Miguel Ribeiro
La Poudrière 2017
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