DoorDream by Will Dohrn
"Shot during lockdown 1 and late 2019, ignored during lockdown 2 and edited during lockdown 3.
Inspired by passing neighbours and the work of Chris Cunningham.
25th anniversary fan vignette to Aphex Twin’s Yellow Calx. Shot on an iPhone 8 with Filmic Pro using a custom engineered door peep hole lens mount made by Ratworks Engineering."
Shot and edited by Will Dohrn
Music - Aphex Twin - Yellow Calx
Sea You by Ben Brand
"Would you feel it? Would you know it? Travel back in time and sea for yourself...
When my girlfriend told me the story of her family spreading her deceased grandmothers ash over the sea (like a lot of people around the world do) i started wondering what actually happens to all that ash ..."
Written, Designed & Directed: Anna Katalin Lovrity
"Things rearrange, we miss what is not the same". Animated and hand painted official music video for the song “He Won’t Hold You” by multi Grammy winner Jacob Collier, featuring Rapsody. The fourth single from the album Djesse Vol. 3.
Created with around 1200 paintings in isolation during the 2020 pandemic. Here's a breakdown of the animation process: vimeo.com/451111852
Direction, Animation, Script, Editing, Production: Daniel Bruson
: Jacob Collier (feat. Rapsody)
after the tone by samantha maurer
"A short walk through the woods to grieve with modern memories."
On The Water by by Yi Zhao
The Making of Longbird by Will Anderson.
Director: Will Anderson
Writer(s): Will Anderson, Ainslie Henderson, Vitalij Sicinava
Producer: Donald Holwill.
Cast: Will Anderson, Tobias Feltus, Vitalij Sicinava
Music: Composer: Atzi
Piano Solo: Derek Williams
Violin: Kate Miguda
Cello, extra strings: Atzi
Sound Design: Keith Duncan
La Theorie Des Ensembles
by Juliette HAMON DAMOURETTE, Marc HERICHER and Jao M’CHANGAMA
Short Movie, duration 4’10
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