Japanese director/animator Hideki Inaba video for Swedish duo Canigou showcasing his signature brand of hypnotic CG complexity.
The sequence combines the characters, humour and surreal tone of the series with 3D objects, live-action elements, and original 2D illustrations, finding a sweet spot somewhere between the otherworldly work of illustrator Dave McKean and the wacky collage of director-animator Terry Gilliam.
This is a short film about The Raree Man and his Peepshow, performed by Tony Lidington and produced on behalf of Promenade Promotions Limited.
The Domrémy basilica hosts an immersive video mapping to tell about the story of Joan of Arc. The sound and light show relies on 29 video-projectors and 8 Modulo Player media servers. Show design & creation: Damien Fontaine.
Above, one of the key elements of the exhibition ‘The Art of Piranesi: architect, engraver, antiquarian, vedutista, designer’, a 12 minute animation of Piranesi’s Carceri series made by Gregoire Dupond.
This series of 16 visionary images, originally etched by Piranesi when in his late 20’s, shows the workings of his imagination, merging his architectural ambitions with his obsessive interest in antiquity. Watching Gregoire Dupond’s animation is literally like entering Piranesi’s mind.
Incredibles 2 is a 2018 computer-animated superhero film produced by Pixar Animation Studios and distributed by Walt Disney Pictures. Written and directed by Brad Bird, it is the sequel to The Incredibles (2004)
Pamela B. Green is a co-founder, producer, and creative director at PIC Agency. She produced and directed the film Be Natural: The Untold Story of Alice Guy-Blaché, a feature-length documentary about the first female film director which premiered at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival. The film is narrated by Jodie Foster and its executive producers include Foster as well as Robert Redford, Hugh Hefner, and others.
Is a kinetic typography animation. Purely typographic opening titles to conference ‘Made in the Middle’, a solidly engaging work that steamrolls and stretches text, moving back and forth between steady restraint and invigorating energy.
Who is she? Where is she? Carmen Sandiego is back! In addition to handling Production Design on the rebooted series, Chromosphere created the show’s opening title sequence. To reintroduce Carmen to the world, we combined a moody noir-inspired cat & mouse sequence with a high energy, kinetic action montage, reminding everyone that she’s as badass as she is mysterious.
Tokyo filmmaker Hiroshi Kondo has transforms the scooter stampedes of Taipei into a hypnotic exploration into the fluid energy and hidden patterns of modern life in Taiwan.
Animator/programmer Raven Kwok’s talents for generative visuals and processing algorithms prove a perfect compliment for musician/scientist Max Cooper’s track “Rule 110” which attempts “to visualize a Turing-complete machine.”
Lord and Miller wanted the film to feel like “you walked inside a comic book”, and were excited about telling the story in a way the live-action films couldn’t. The CGI animation for the film was combined with “line work and painting and dots and all sorts of comic book techniques” to make it look like it was created by hand.
A Short film to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Telecaster. Story/narrator: Jimmy Page