Chez moi/ My Home by Mai Nguyen
"Court métrage d'animation réalisé par Phuong Mai Nguyen, écrit par Phuong Mai Nguyen et Patricia Valeix
Short animation film directed by Phuong Mai Nguyen, written by Phuong Mai Nguyen et Patricia Valeix
Produit par / Produced by Papy3D"
SKULL & HAHA - LAUGH by Koinrush
Produced by Mintset (Koinrush Animation Team)
Director : SUIKO (@Suiko_)
Assistant Illustrator : Hyomin Park (@dear_mypink) , Woosang Jeon (@chilygraphic), HyunTaek Jo (@oddeye_bs)
Animator : Suiko (@suiko_) , INSP (@vyvpsni) , Hyomin Park (@dear_mypink)
Les lèvres gercées by Fabien Corre, Kelsi Phung
Animation Short Film 2018 - Gobelins
"In a kitchen, a mother and a child struggle to establish dialogue. "
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."
Avatar’s Riot by AADN
- Pierre Amoudruz, directeur artistique
- Jeanne Drouet, anthropologue
- David Guerra, musicien
- Charlie Moine, scénographe
- 113 participants !
"Highly Strung" by Dave Jones.
The performance of Highly Strung featuring the giant 14 meter puppet took place on the night of October 28th 2011 during the Nati Frinj festival. The puppet took ten people to operate and had animation (largely created by the children at the local primary school) projected onto it from projectors mounted both on the ground and in the head of the puppet itself. Music by Stephen Oakes
Filmed by, Jacqui Schulz, Dave Jones, Gareth Llewellin and Cindi Drennan
More on http://theartofdave.blogspot.com.au
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