Vimeo Staff Pick: In the year 2084, society is slowly being…



Vimeo Staff Pick: In the year 2084, society is slowly being crushed into conformity by an all-powerful computer. But one man is surprisingly impervious to the malevolent machine’s relentless conditioning. How is this possible? Perhaps, in this dystopian future, Ignorance really is Strength. 2084 is an experimental sci-fi/comedy that was shot in the director’s cramped living room with a cast of three, and a crew of one. We hope you enjoy it! Director | Taz Goldstein (@tazgoldstein) Writers | Byrne Offutt (@byrneoff) & Taz Goldstein Citizen Byrne | Byrne Offutt Citizen Bob | Bob Levitan (@808levitan) Citizen Brandon | Brandon Epland (@brandonepland) RELATED VIDEOS: 2084 Green Screen Cut: http://ift.tt/1VHpPjG 2084 Animating the Speakerbots in Element 3D: http://ift.tt/1TBlrU5 2084 Website: http://ift.tt/1S5T3dA Taz’s site: http://ift.tt/1TBltLO Bob & Byrne: http://ift.tt/1VHpPjA Special Thanks To Kimberley Browning | Amy Olk | Joseph Levy | Sonic Magic Studios | Dan Comins | Andrew Kramer | Martijn De Bont | David Ossa Hernandez | Mountain Valley Water LA | Our Families and Friends Dig 2084? Please follow us, friend us, and share the short! /// Disclaimer: The Official Vimeo Team Staff Pick can not reflect our personal selection or interest at the moment

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Vimeo Staff Pick: Written & Directed by Seth Ickerman…



Vimeo Staff Pick: Written & Directed by Seth Ickerman Produced by Seth Ickerman & No Quarter Music by Carpenter Brut (http://ift.tt/1iqEQB2) STARRING Joëlle Berckmans Noémie Stevens Guillaume Faure Marc-Antoine Frédéric CREW Line Producer: Seth Ickerman Production Manager: Aimée Merlandt Make up and hair designer: Florence Rodriguez Visuals Effects: Seth Ickerman Director of Photography: Philip Lozano Assistant Camera: Malek Krimed Gaffer: Arthur Benoist Grips: Emmanuel Vicarini, Guilhem Monceaux, Lise Rozé Manager: Alexis Perrin SPECIAL THANKS RVZ Evelyne Madaoui Samuel Renollet Fred Lambardo Philippe Guillemain Julien Thiry Marcin JP Matteo Lovadina Mathieu Leblanc Quentin Ameziane Vincent Ricavy Jean-Jacques Neuer Jean Marc Daste Studio de L'Olivier (Yves Boujenah & Djamel Ferrag) /// Disclaimer: The Official Vimeo Team Staff Pick can not reflect our personal selection or interest at the moment

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Vimeo Staff Pick: Bounce: Taking us far, wide and deep into our…



Vimeo Staff Pick: Bounce: Taking us far, wide and deep into our ancient past to ask ‘Why do we play ball?’ What is it about the shape of a ball that fascinates humans and animals alike? Accessible and fascinating, the doc explores the origins of our captivation with the ball and ball games. Travelling across time and around the world we discover that universally the ball has stamped its mark on our lives and fuelled our passion to compete. A compelling doc searching for the reasons we play. A make-shift ball bounces along a dusty dirt track of a Congolese village, chased by a crowd of young children. It’s a game rooted in a deep global history, “the most extraordinary personal and public theatre of the emotions and the human soul”. In Kirkwall, Scotland, grown men fiercely wrestle a ball through the streets in a violent game that is rooted in the beginnings of what we know today as football. Primal and exalted, the ball game is “a microcosm of our lives… it’s the place where we can act out the drama of human existence”. “Spin, uncertainty, variation, bounce.” These are the qualities of the ball that have entertained not only humans, but other social creatures. A strange spherical stone collection from early hominids indicates we’ve been playing with balls forever. And man’s closest living relatives, the Bonobo monkeys, love to play their own ball games. The sequence beautifully illustrates a further axis across species and the ages of ball fixation. It’s everywhere we look – fruit, seeds, stones, the sun, planets, “the things that we depended on for our existence” points out one anthropologist. therefore he indicates, it’s no surprise that the ball has become a focal point for human play and culture, linking deeply to our psychological development. The ball is at the centre of the biggest human evolutionary breakthroughs: sociality, intelligence, empathy, and morality. The unpredictability of the bouncing ball forces humans to create rules and boundaries, to negotiate and understand both the laws of physics and their connection to other people. From games of marbles in the school playground, to the mesmerising tricks of a juggler and the raucous cheers of the World Cup, stunning cinematography and expert interviews, capture the collective human experience of the ball. A far-reaching and intelligent exploration of the significance of the sphere. This is a doc that truly knocks it out of the park. Bounce LLC – Ref. 6538 Every week Journeyman offers a brand new documentary, fresh out of the cutting room. They’re award winning documentaries, some destined for the festival circuit and some for broadcast. The one thing you can know is that here you get to see them when they’re fresh, often before they appear anywhere else. For downloads and more information visit: http://ift.tt/1QVkG7J Like us on Facebook: http://ift.tt/1R23Y5f Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/JourneymanVOD http://twitter.com/JourneymanNews Follow us on Instagram: http://ift.tt/1LtuRjC /// Disclaimer: The Official Vimeo Team Staff Pick can not reflect our personal selection or interest at the moment

SOURCE: http://motioncollector.com/post/141236143244

Vimeo Staff Pick: Bounce: Taking us far, wide and deep into our…



Vimeo Staff Pick: Bounce: Taking us far, wide and deep into our ancient past to ask ‘Why do we play ball?’ For downloads and more information visit: http://ift.tt/1QVkG7J Like us on Facebook: http://ift.tt/1NFaEXJ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/JourneymanVOD https://twitter.com/JourneymanNews Follow us on Instagram: http://ift.tt/1W4EN48 What is it about the shape of a ball that fascinates humans and animals alike? Accessible and fascinating, the doc explores the origins of our captivation with the ball and ball games. Travelling across time and around the world we discover that universally the ball has stamped its mark on our lives and fuelled our passion to compete. A compelling doc searching for the reasons we play. A make-shift ball bounces along a dusty dirt track of a Congolese village, chased by a crowd of young children. It’s a game rooted in a deep global history, “the most extraordinary personal and public theatre of the emotions and the human soul”. In Kirkwall, Scotland, grown men fiercely wrestle a ball through the streets in a violent game that is rooted in the beginnings of what we know today as football. Primal and exalted, the ball game is “a microcosm of our lives… it’s the place where we can act out the drama of human existence”. “Spin, uncertainty, variation, bounce.” These are the qualities of the ball that have entertained not only humans, but other social creatures. A strange spherical stone collection from early hominids indicates we’ve been playing with balls forever. And man’s closest living relatives, the Bonobo monkeys, love to play their own ball games. The sequence beautifully illustrates a further axis across species and the ages of ball fixation. It’s everywhere we look – fruit, seeds, stones, the sun, planets, “the things that we depended on for our existence” points out one anthropologist. therefore he indicates, it’s no surprise that the ball has become a focal point for human play and culture, linking deeply to our psychological development. The ball is at the centre of the biggest human evolutionary breakthroughs: sociality, intelligence, empathy, and morality. The unpredictability of the bouncing ball forces humans to create rules and boundaries, to negotiate and understand both the laws of physics and their connection to other people. From games of marbles in the school playground, to the mesmerising tricks of a juggler and the raucous cheers of the World Cup, stunning cinematography and expert interviews, capture the collective human experience of the ball. A far-reaching and intelligent exploration of the significance of the sphere. This is a doc that truly knocks it out of the park. Bounce LLC – Ref. 6538 Every week Journeyman offers a brand new documentary, fresh out of the cutting room. They’re award winning documentaries, some destined for the festival circuit and some for broadcast. The one thing you can know is that here you get to see them when they’re fresh, often before they appear anywhere else. To watch them in full go to our VOD platform at http://jman.tv /// Disclaimer: The Official Vimeo Team Staff Pick can not reflect our personal selection or interest at the moment

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Vimeo Staff Pick: Trevor’s niece prepared a dance for her…



Vimeo Staff Pick: Trevor’s niece prepared a dance for her crush and the DJ didn’t play the correct song. Now Trevor is mad and he’s carrying a samurai sword. It’s a tale of love, loss, and freak dancing. Short of the Week: http://ift.tt/1pj6N8C Directors Notes: http://ift.tt/1U3dzgb Writer/Director: Patrick Muhlberger Cast: Trevor - Elisha Yaffe Jessie - Bella Shepard DJ Leapin’ Louis - Brion Brionson Shirtless Kenny - Denver Milord Bridget - Rachel Staman Darryl Danner - Spencer Kramber Chris Danner - Luke Darga Max Danner - Max Birchmore Momma Danner - Katherine Birchmore Crew: Producer - Andrew Crabtree Director of Photography - John Veleta Editor - Joshua Cole Music - Seth Earnest Production Designer - Dustin Neiderman 1st AC - Josh Young, Kyle Hollar 2nd AC - Tyler Zak Steadicam Op - Neal Bryant Female Vocals - Stephanie Skipper Art Assistant - Joshua Dancu Samurai T-Shirt Design - Eunbeal Cho Opening Title Animation - Nicole Josephian Special Effects Makeup - Bryan Fulk Pop Song Makeup - Amanda Nilo Gaffer - Axel Lanzenberg Electric - Chris Wess, Eddie “Sandman” Zamora, Sam Klein, Phil Gardner Dimmer Board Operator - Cody Pratt Key Grip - Brenden “Snake” Craighill Grips - Kevin Ludwig, Han Whitesides On Set Audio - Dylan Acio Sound Post Production - Wildfire Sonic Magic Re-Recording Mixer - Kyle Arzt Additional Re-Recording Mixer: Jason Gaya Sound Effects Editors - Joshua Adeniji Assistant Sound Editors - James Parnell, Nathaniel Grady-Reitan Studio Manager - Robert Dehn PA - Nathan Falkoff, Sam Stefanak Visual Effects - Wesley Cronk Dance Choreography - Denver Milord Fight Choreography - Sondra Mayer Special Thanks: Andy Novak Nora Novak Jonny Look Lauren Malizia Andrew Adams Joel Ehninger Jennifer Shepard Anthony Deptula Greg Gallant Hillbilly Grip Mike Carter Panavision Hollywood Jon Choi Chris Mast Andy Ciaccio Joe Piccirillo www.patjm.com - pmuhlberger@gmail.com © 2016 /// Disclaimer: The Official Vimeo Team Staff Pick can not reflect our personal selection or interest at the moment

SOURCE: http://motioncollector.com/post/141226087193

Vimeo Staff Pick: In 1976, Ed Hull was convicted of first-degree…



Vimeo Staff Pick: In 1976, Ed Hull was convicted of first-degree murder. He was released June 15, 2015. For licensing and media inquiries: rudy@cut.com Produced, Directed, and Edited by http://www.cut.com Music One Bad Motherfucker In His Day by Ben von Wildenhaus http://ift.tt/1Vgf3To Peyote Gun Fighter (Instrumental) by Low Hums http://ift.tt/17jEOZE /// Disclaimer: The Official Vimeo Team Staff Pick can not reflect our personal selection or interest at the moment

SOURCE: http://motioncollector.com/post/141220871801

Vimeo Staff Pick: Starring // Mietta Gornall Directed by LAW…



Vimeo Staff Pick: Starring // Mietta Gornall Directed by LAW Cinematographer // Todd Martin Line Producer // Jon Hsu Producer // Michael Gentile Editor & Colorist // Carlos Flores Music // Lion Babe - “Treat Me Like Fire” /// Disclaimer: The Official Vimeo Team Staff Pick can not reflect our personal selection or interest at the moment

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Vimeo Staff Pick: /// Disclaimer: The Official Vimeo Team Staff…



Vimeo Staff Pick: /// Disclaimer: The Official Vimeo Team Staff Pick can not reflect our personal selection or interest at the moment

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Vimeo Staff Pick: The official music video for “JAPANESE…



Vimeo Staff Pick: The official music video for “JAPANESE BOY” by Takeshi Nakatsuka the new album “EYE” . Director / CG : Hironori Sugie Production : CRYPTOMERIA http://ift.tt/UwQzaF Album : EYE Label : POLYSTAR CO.,LTD http://ift.tt/1Uvml56 iTunes : http://ift.tt/1QXvfqX Artist : Takeshi Nakatsuka http://ift.tt/X0wVlY /// Disclaimer: The Official Vimeo Team Staff Pick can not reflect our personal selection or interest at the moment

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Vimeo Staff Pick: /// Disclaimer: The Official Vimeo Team Staff…



Vimeo Staff Pick: /// Disclaimer: The Official Vimeo Team Staff Pick can not reflect our personal selection or interest at the moment

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