'Magma' is the very first Dvein's music video for The Vein's new single.
Direction & Art Direction: Dvein
Post-production & VFX: Dvein
ZBrush Artist: Luis Gómez Guzmán
Live Action Crew
D.O.P.: Alejandro Oset
Production assistant: Anna Carretero
Camera operator: Toni Rodríguez
Grip: David Felices
Make-up Artist: Salònica Rodríguez
Actors: Ramón Pin, Antonio Izquierdo
Sound mixing & mastering: Gerardo Vicente Martínez
Microphone recording: Alex Félez (Heptagon)
Special thanks to Pamplona89, Anders Hattne, Agosto & Sergi Roda.
Choros / 2011 / 13 min / HD / Stereo
Directed by Michael Langan and Terah Maher
Music by Steve Reich
A chorus of women are borne from the movements of a single dancer in this dreamlike “pas de trente-deux.”
“Choros” premiered at Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival in 2012 and has gone on to play dozens of festivals worldwide. The film is currently broadcast in Europe by Canal+.
For more information on the history of this technique, visit: chorosfilm.com
BRAND NEW VIRAL: vimeo.com/43239312 - The world’s Tiniest Police Chase!
Google Street View stop motion animation short made as a personal project by director Tom Jenkins.
Story: A lonely desk toy longs for escape from the dark confines of the office, so he takes a cross country road trip to the Pacific Coast in the only way he can – using a toy car and Google Maps Street View.
Music by the wonderfull Cinematic Orchestra (cinematicorchestra.com) and the track is Arrival of the Birds - please buy the fantastic album: itunes.apple.com/gb/album/the-crimson-wing-mystery-flamingos/id297787201
All screen imagery was animated - there are no screen replacements.
Shot using Canon 5d MkII, Dragonframe Stop Motion software and customised slider.
A site specific installation by Romain Tardy and Squeaky Lobster
Proyecta Oaxaca, Ethnobotanical garden of Oaxaca, Mexico
Concept & Visual design by Romain Tardy
Music composed by Squeaky Lobster
Project management & production by Nicolas Boritch
The Ark is a site specific installation, commissioned by and presented during Proyecta Oaxaca, festival de diseño y artes digitales.
The Ark is built around the cacti that line the Aljibe, at the heart of the Ethnobotanical Garden of Oaxaca.
Adopting a poetic approach, The Ark gives voice to the garden’s plants, participants in the work, the beating heart of the space and an unpredictable choir.
Telling their story, revealing their fantasised and fantastical character, The Ark is the mise-en-abîme of the trail. A three part audio-visual installation, it unfolds like a movie set in space, in which the wandering spectator plays the role of the camera.
More info at antivj.com
On the invitation of Proyecta Oaxaca, several artists from the ANTIVJ visual label have devised four visual and sonic works to be installed at the heart of the Ethnobotanical Garden in Oaxaca. Conceived of as a trail of light, these in-situ works offered the chance to (re)discover a singular and magical location in a particularly unique way – by opening the garden to the public at night.
A trail of the senses, in several variations, it also presents spectators the perspective of four artists on this atypical space, in which ancient nature and new technology come face to face, like a distant echo of the ancestral techniques that have allowed for its conservation.
The trail consisted of the following four works:
Onion Skin, by Olivier Ratsi & Thomas Vaquié
The Ark, by Romain Tardy & Squeaky Lobster
3Destruct | Oaxaca, by Yannick Jacquet, Thomas Vaquié & Jeremie Peeters
Réplica, by Laurent Delforge & Thomas Vaquié
All projects managed by Nicolas Boritch.
content director: Manuel Alcala
producer: Samuel Rivera
technical director: Azael Saenz
Intro: This is actuualy my FIRST RAW video. Please check my other videos for more and even better examples. Thanks!
This was done as an exercise with Davinci Resolve, Film Convert and round-tripping to FCP X and back, and as a test of RAW vs h264 - This is the RAW version.
H264 Version is here: vimeo.com/81285051
Shot on the beach with a canon 60D and magic Lantern. The 60D only lets me capture up to about 5 seconds, and only at 1724x732 (or less). Also, with RAW I get some nasty black pixels, which i can’t se any other way (not with h264 or stills - not even with RAW stills).
UPDATE: Nasty black pixels problem solved. Apparently, the problem originates from newer version on Magic Lantern. Downloading and older Version solved the problem. Nice!
If you compare the two versions, the difference are quite clear (apart from the nasty pixels) - Be sure to download the original video. I’ll leave it to you to decide.
Color correction and grading with Davinci Resolve lite and Film Convert. edited with FCP X.
Music; “Dissent From The Pedastal” by Lee Rosevere (members.shaw.ca/happypuppyrecords/index.html)