Live Audiovisual Concert
a project by Quayola & Sinigaglia
with music by Mira Calix
Live Audiovisual Concert
Can you really imagine an empty London? What if a dramatic sudden epidemic occurred?
We wanted to extend our concept of empty cities to London with its dramatic past with epidemics.
More informations (with translator tool) about this films and its technical side on http://j.mp/1AcPE3n
Better with headphones and high volume.
For a funny contrast, we propose the same footage, but different vision… http://j.mp/1yiBSIy
And the tutorial to “emptying” the streets http://j.mp/1AcPFV7
Music: David O’Brien, “Rising fear”, licensed through http://j.mp/1yiBU3b
Sounds from http://j.mp/1AcPFV9
Archive footage from http://archive.org/
‘Running the Gammatar’ is an award-winning indie comedy about a group of self-centered 20-somethings trying to navigate their way through relationships in a city that’s under constant attack from a giant, fire-breathing Japanese monster.
“Pure fun” – Ain’t It Cool News
“Wry, funny [and] perceptive” – Kuriositas
“A pitch-perfect hybrid of horror and comedy” – Philebrity
“[A] comedy in the best indie-style: fast dialogue, loud colors, and some hip indie pop-songs on the soundtrack.” – Die Zeit Online
Video of the Week – The Awardeo Company
Vimeo Staff Pick
Written and Directed by Joe Kramer
Director of Photography – Pat Murray
Assistant Director – Aaron Biscoe
Sound – Shawn D. Caple
Assistant Camera Operators – Pam Mayer, Christina Rose
Special Make-Up Effects – Delia De Cock, Alyssa Catalano, Sonja Century Zeigler
Hair and Make-Up – Jessica Bernard
Editor – Joe Kramer
Production Assistant – Alessandra Ameen
Gammatar costume – Tony DeBartolis
Gammatar painting – Adam LaMonaca
Poster art – Elizabeth Peterson
Joe Kramer – Stan
Jessica Bernard – June
Richard Thomas Everill III – Frank
Katie Daunoras – Joanie
Andrew James McManus – Mel
Roberto Lombardi – Newscaster
Matt Nicholas – Meteor and monsterologist
Sarah Ruggieri – Screaming woman
Pam Mayer – Waitress
Scott Altizio, Bill Bernard, Aaron Biscoe, Bob Campolongo, Ka Long Chan, Ka Yan Chan, Sean Cockerill, Jacqueline DeAmor, Delia De Cock, Whitney Evans, George Ross Fisher, Michael Geleff, Renee Geleff, Tristan Gosnell, Jeremy Heaton, Rachel Heaton, Michele Kramer, Keyon Lau, Daniel Loeb, Tim McDaniel, Pat Murray, Emily Novak, Dimitri Papadopoulos, Amanda Powers, Brigette Reichart, Jake Richter, Christina Rose, George Rother, Dean Rys, Erica Santiago, Dallas S. Simpson, Scott Strader, Chelcy Strain, Aliya Strychnine, Edmund Wang, Brendan Whelan, and Melissa Yanefski
“Dream Come True”
Written and Performed by Bill Bernard
“On My Own”
Written and Performed by The Okmoniks
Written by Matthew Melton
Performed by Bare Wires
“Someone For You”
Written by Matthew Melton
Performed by Warm Soda
Special thanks to Angelo’s Diner, Arch Enemy Arts, Black ’n Brew, Chestnut Ridge Middle School, Essene Market & Cafe, Midtown III Restaurant, North of No South Laundromat, Parlour Hair & Skin, Popolino, and Sazz Vintage Clothing
Contact – email@example.com
When his cybernetic pet project is put in jeopardy, the handyman of a decaying apartment building is forced to take a stand, blurring the lines between human and machine.
FLESH COMPUTER, a short film from writer/director Ethan Shaftel, explores the nature of consciousness by jumping between the perspectives of an eclectic group of characters including a young girl, a vicious bully, and a tiny housefly. Noted philosopher David Chalmers appears in the film and raises some fundamental questions of consciousness in counterpoint to the action. Also starring Rob Kerkovich (NCIS: New Orleans), Anthony Guerino, and introducing Elle Gabriel. More info at http://j.mp/1tASnOU
See the complete David Chalmers Interview here: http://j.mp/1tASnOX
Ethan is represented by
Manager: Evan J. Cholfin
evan dot cholfin at stories-llc dot com
A short documentary about the efforts to modernize Halifax’s iconic observatory.
Crowd dynamics test using Miarmy for Maya.
Shows the new servo force feature which allows struggling animation once the agent has become dynamic
Rendered with Arnold
Come letterpress print your own old fashioned paper toy called a Thaumatrope!
Nocturne: Art at Night is a free event that showcases and celebrates the visual arts scene in Halifax/Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada. Now in its 7th year, the festival brings art and energy to the streets between 6pm – midnight on Saturday, October 18th.
We’re looking forward to seeing you!
Music: Kolapot by amiina from the album kurr released 2007
Listen and buy their music here: www.amiina.com
‘emulsifier’ is a hand painted glass sculpture by Thomas Medicus.
The anamorphic object is made out of 160 glass strips.
more here: http://j.mp/1rGAnyc
Archive recreation for The Great Martian War documentary by impossible factual for History Canada.
Directed by Christian Johnson, (Plazma). and Steve Maher (impossible factual).
Music: “88” by Working for a Nuclear Free City.
Short Film: E N V O Y
Director: DAVID WEINSTEIN
Producers: DAVID WEINSTEIN, MARIAM PRICE, ADAM COGGIN
VFX Supervisor: ADAM COGGIN
Photography: MARIO CONTINI
Editor: PHIL BUCCI
Music: EDWIN WENDLER
Details: Science fiction, action adventure, short film to be used as a proof of concept for a larger full-length feature film story. A young boy discovers a deadly alien creature and winds up entangled in a top secret government operation.