Sounds Good by Sander Joon
"Boom operator is trying to record the sound of mushrooms."
Author: Sander Joon
Additional animation: Dag Ove Solaas, Katarina Skott, Leore Klyszejko
Sound design: Sander Joon
Sound re-recording & mixing: Matis Rei
Supervisors: Priit Pärn, Olga Pärn, Uri Kranot
Production: Estonian Academy of Arts, The Animation Workshop (Open Workshop), BOP! Animation
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
LINK by robert loebel
Written, Animated & Directed by: Robert Löbel
Sound Design: David Kamp
2D Animation: Robert Löbel, Anne-Lou Erambert, Dante Zaballa, Guille Comin, Olivia Blanc, Kathy Würbs
Color & Clean up: Robert Löbel, Elisabeth Vahle Janerka
Mediterranea by Alix Bortoli
Music: Max Cooper
Video: Páraic Mc Gloughlin
The school by Isaac Cordal
"The school installation is a reflection of how education has become an industry where universities have become a business and students into customers. Benefit culture has destroyed the values of knowledge considering useless everything that is not productive.
A factory converted in a huge reading room.
We live immersed in the industrialization of thinking that makes us slaves of production away from an enriching personal development through education."
multiverse by Hiroshi Kondo / STNW
Robotic Electronic Music [SHOWREEL LIVE]
by Moritz Simon Geist
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