Stems by ainslie henderson
Puppet making made to make music.
Featuring music by Poppy Ackroyd
Sketch Animals Papercraft by teamLab
Ways Of Seeing (2015) by Jerrold Chong
Directed & Animated by : Jerrold Chong
Written by : Jia Lee & Jerrold Chong
Production Design : Chase Ko
Sound Design : Pin-Hua Chen
Music Composer : Cooper Babbes
Voice Actors : Nathan Nonhof
Costume Designer : Jessica Dabovich
Violinist : Yvette Hernandez
Set Design Assistant : Kelly Glaubig
Additional 2D Animation : Ariel Navas
OSSA by Dario Imbrogno
Director and animator: Dario Imbrogno
Cinematography: Giancarlo Morieri
Music and sound design: Enrico Ascoli
Postproduction: Emilio Sapia
produced by Withstand
Partition by Eleonora Berra, Delia Hess & Shami Lang-Rinderspacher
Musik / Music: Michel Barengo [michelbarengo.com]
Sounddesign: Eleonora Berra, Thomas Gassmann
Undone by Hayley Morris
"A drifting man struggles to pull objects from the roiling sea below him and scrambles to keep the objects from slipping through his fingers. A stop-motion animation using textured and tactile materials, as well as personal imagery, that represents the progression of Alzheimer’s disease. Inspired by my grandfather."
Rung by Jessey Brodkey and Chuck Duke.
The short film was made over a six month period that started in 2007 and finished in 2008. "The film was shot on a 16mm Bolex Rex5 and everything was produced in-camera. Jesse and I spent many hours in a small warehouse studio space making this film. I can't thank Jesse enough for his help and dedication to "RUNG". It was screened at the Hiroshima Film Festival 2010." Chuck Duke
"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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