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RED – based on a true fairy tale

¨Based on a true fairy tale¨

As the silhouette of a lonely girl runs through the woods, something in the shadows is lurking her.

RED is an animated short film, which presents a new version of the classic tale ¨Little Red Riding Hood¨ by Charles Perrault. The directors Jorge Jaramillo and Carlo Guillot explore more thoroughly the drama, horror and realism of the story. A journey of feelings and moments, with visual and musical elements existing only to carry a clear and strong narrative.

In RED the directors based on traditional shadows animation, giving it a new perspective by using technology to create a new concept, while maintaining the visual and narrative force of the classic technique.

The production of the film was done almost entirely by the two directors and musician/composer Manuel Borda, who completed the story by reinforcing all emotions through it.

via RED on Vimeo.

Seasons by Erica Hu

Seasons is a surreal motion graphics animation based on the changing seasons.

Created using After Effects and Cinema 4D.
by Erica Haowei Hu

via SEASONS – Erica Hu.

Halo-8 Animation Reel

BLACK SKY
– Ben Templesmith: creator, illustrator
– Matt Pizzolo: producer, director

YOUNG & INFAMOUS
– Matt Pizzolo: producer, director, writer, creator

HACK/SLASH< - Tim Seeley: creator, writer - Matt Pizzolo: producer, director

GODKILLER
– Matt Pizzolo: producer, director, writer, creator

via Animation Reel on Vimeo.

The Butterfly Effect – Wisebits

THE BUTTERFLY EFFECT
Client: RVU Wisebits
Written by: Coen Rens and Elte Hartland
Animation: Coen Rens

A Wisebit is a short film with a philosophical theme, meant to inspire critical and philosophical thought.

This Wisebit shows an example of the effects of chaos theory in a man’s life. One single interference might cause a completely different chain of events to take place.

Software used:
Adobe After Effects

via The Butterfly Effect – Wisebits on Vimeo.

Incal & Arzach trailers

“Some footage I found of an animated film of The Incal, with Alejandro Jodorowsky and Jean ‘Moebius’ Giraud invovled. It was never finished. Following that is a trailer for an animated film of Moebius’ Arzach.”

via Incal & Arzach trailers – YouTube.

CITRA 2010 – The National Archives of Norway

A very minimalist animated presentation for the CITRA 2010 conference about the challenges to managing records and archives in the digital age. The video serves as an introduction to The National Archives of Norway.

via The National Archives of Norway on Vimeo.

Bogota’s Planetarium

Beautiful 3D architectural animation blended with typographic flourish of the planetarium in Bogota Columbia, built in 1969.

This animation is an exercise to explore whit 3D and typography. We used a 3d model of this beautiful building (made by Andrea Stinga), and make a simple animation showing how structure is assembled. I decided to make all the renders really white and clean, because I wanted to get close to an infographic style.

In the second stage of the project, I decided to tell a few things about this building, for this reasons I design some compositions with two of my favorite fonts: Gotham for the text, and Avant Garde for the numbers. I choose these fonts especially by the shape of the letter O and de number 0 (zero), because is close to de shape of the planets, the reason why of this building.

It was 10 days of renders, animation, design and composition

It was made in Cinema 4D, and all the post in After Effects.

Art Direction, Animation And Compositing: Federico Gonzalez

3D Modeling and Lighting: Andrea Stinga
Music: Bomba Estereo / Aguasalá

via Bogota’s Planetarium on Vimeo.

Remind Me by Röyksopp

Considering the recent fad of infographics, this music video for the ever experimenting Röyksopp was well before its time.

Directed by Ludovic Houplan & Hervé de Crécy
Remind me won the 2002 MTV Europe Music Award for best music video.

via Remind Me on Vimeo.

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