DCN Video Pick: Super You AR app – Demo by Universal Everything…



DCN Video Pick: Super You AR app - Demo by Universal Everything // Super You is an AR costume arts experiment by Universal Everything. Aim your camera at your super friend, see them transform and swipe to change costumes. There are 11 super costumes to choose from, which also sample the colours of the clothes you are wearing. Using the latest body tracking technology, film your Super You taking a walk in the park, dancing in the kitchen or relaxing on the sofa. Make a film of your creation and share it directly from your device’s gallery to social media, using the hashtag #SuperYouAR to join in with this collaborative artwork. See full details: https://universaleverything.com/projects/super-you Download via the App Store: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/super-you/id1511177538

SOURCE: https://motioncollector.com/post/625750365556654081

DCN Video Pick: Brushes by The Dink. // This experimental short…



DCN Video Pick: Brushes by The Dink. // This experimental short follows the movement and personality of various household items. The environment that each brush finds itself in directly impacts the way they move. with each scene depicting a unique movement and flow providing an individual character to each brush. The collection of brushes chosen, each have very distinctive bristles and textures in order to showcase the contrast of each animation. Design, animation and direction by The Dink Sound design by Echoic Audio

SOURCE: https://motioncollector.com/post/625584261758697472

DCN Video Pick: Arash Akbari: M.S.L by ZAZ10TS // “ZAZ Corner” a…



DCN Video Pick: Arash Akbari: M.S.L by ZAZ10TS // “ZAZ Corner” a new digital gallery showcasing artwork on a large LED, digitally activated billboard in Times Square. Located at the corner of 41st Street and 7th Avenue in New York City, the billboard features a large LED, digitally activated screen that will be home to a new “ZAZ Corner” gallery bringing art and nature to the Times Square area. Visit zaz10ts.com to learn more.

SOURCE: https://motioncollector.com/post/625297375179751424

DCN Video Pick: BT & Emma Hewitt — No Warning Lights by Mask…



DCN Video Pick: BT & Emma Hewitt — No Warning Lights by Mask Movement // Our official music video for “No Warning Lights” by Grammy nominated electronic music artist BT & Australian singer-songwriter Emma Hewitt. Directed by Histibe. Making music videos during quarantine has been a new kind of challenge we don’t think any musicians ever anticipated. But! It has caused us all to get creative. More so than usual. The No Warning Lights involved people all over the world. Maks Histibe created concept and detailed guidelines for the video shoot with mood boards for the music video in Ukraine. A film crew in Australia shot Emma Hewitt. BT & his wife shot footage in the studio in Los Angeles. And various creative ink shots, final editing and post-production were done by Histibe and Mask Movement creative studio in Ukraine. Despite being worlds apart, we were able to make something beautiful happen. https://maskmovement.com/portfolio/bt-emma-hewitt Creative Production: Mask Movement Video Director/Editor/Concept: Maks Histibe Director of Photography: Alper Kasap Producer: Anthony Hewitt Video team in Los Angeles: BT, Lacy Transeau Black Hole Recordings: Arny Bink Mask Movement creative team: Alex Cloud, Zaur Dzhafarov, Aleksandr Solonskyi 1AC: Wye Keen Wong, 2AC: Joel Soh Gaffer: Albert Garcia Music license: Black Hole Recordings “No Warning Lights” takes the listener on a voyage, starting from a field recording taken at a train station in Amsterdam and departing through a wall of Emma Hewitt’s rich vocals and BT’s blend of trance 2.0, orchestral writing and heavy sound design. This is the peak of BT’s orchestral writing combined with the best of his dance music writing in a single composition.

SOURCE: https://motioncollector.com/post/624919884956123136

DCN Video Pick: Mokado – Mona by Akatre // Directed by Akatre…



DCN Video Pick: Mokado - Mona by Akatre // Directed by Akatre Produced by Lambert Lambert Line Producer: Margot Canton Lamousse Director of Photography: Jean-Baptiste Villechaize Dancers: XiaoYi Liu, Ablaye Diop, Feroz Sahoulamide, Thomas Gréaux, Guillaume Chan Ton Mask designer: Muriel Nisse Stylist: Tara Ziegfeld Make-up artist: Muriel Nisse Stylist assistant: Fanny Schlichter 1st assistant camera: Sepehr Azadi 2nd assistant camera: Marine Lebon Gaffer: Benjamin Masset Lamp operator: Benoit Morvan Key Grip: Felix Touret Editor: Florian Julia Grading & After Effect Services: Nightshift Coordinator: Béatrix Cousin Colourist: Maxime Mourey After Effect Artist: Julien Cervantes, Aude L’Huillier Special Thanks: Philippe Guillemain & RVZ, Florent Quint, Béatrix Cousin & Nightshift, Romain Thévenin, Karoshi Collective and Carole Lambert. ℗ & © 2019 Le Hameau Records, under an exclusive licence to LA Café / Le Café de la Danse

SOURCE: https://motioncollector.com/post/624482092944850944

DCN Video Pick: Motelx 2020 – 14th Edition by Playground //…



DCN Video Pick: Motelx 2020 - 14th Edition by Playground // Produtora: Playground Direcção Criativa, Realização e Fotografia: Rui Vieira Director de Fotografia: Leandro Ferrão Bailarina: Almudena Maldonado Design: Pedro Maia Copywriter: João Marques da Silva Música: Fred / Núcleo Violoncelo: Yu Lin Humm Produção Executiva: Alexandra Dias Produtor: João Abreu Casting: Netcast 1ª Assist. Imagem: Selma Lopes 2º Assist. Imagem: Ricardo Lameiras Video Assist: Afonso Marmelo Make-up & Fx: OldSkull FX - João Rapaz, Rodrigo Pereira, Catarina Santiago Chefe Maquinista: David Valente Pós-produtor: Ricardo Montez Pós-produção Imagem: Lightfilm Edição: Marco Miguel Grade: Paulo Inês Pós-produção Áudio: Dizplay Behind The Scenes: Ana Lia Martins Com o apoio da Planar, Escola de Dança do Conservatório Nacional, STP Audiovisuais, Lightfilm, Núcleo/Dizplay, Netcast, Mr. Frank, DeJonghe Film Postproduction

SOURCE: https://motioncollector.com/post/624466859646992384

DCN Video Pick: Bespoke Light by Ihsu Yoon // Prism light test…



DCN Video Pick: Bespoke Light by Ihsu Yoon // Prism light test for the Samsung Bespoke commercial film.

SOURCE: https://motioncollector.com/post/624331054471364608

DCN Video Pick: MIAMI festival /// Teaser by Alkanoids //…



DCN Video Pick: MIAMI festival /// Teaser by Alkanoids // Client: MIAMI festival Direction: Alkanoids 3D artist: Valerio Bosi, Mario Ruggiero, Marco Serracca Audio: Nu Guinea - Nuova Napoli

SOURCE: https://motioncollector.com/post/624315957852192768

DCN Video Pick: PYRAMID by Ihsu Yoon // Pyramids are the ancient…



DCN Video Pick: PYRAMID by Ihsu Yoon // Pyramids are the ancient monuments where people worshiped their gods. My concept is re-interpreting the pyramid in modern society where individualism is appreciated. The concept of the god has been changed and considering oneself as a god has become trendy. People can experience spiritual meditation through climbing up to the top of each stair way. On each top, there are the lights on the floor and ceiling which represents their own Sun (the concept of ancient god) Maybe people can feel themselves directly connected to indescribable power. About the installation movement, each stair way is connected with each ring ground and spins by some interacting way with the audiences. By the spin, it eventually shows the extended form of cone or pyramid. This film is a part of Asymmetry project, the online format exhibition. You can check its website in this link. https://asymmetry.tv/ For my part, I was given two concepts which are asymmetry and connection by Gryun, an amazing artist and the leader of this project. The form of this piece shows asymmetry and connection in surprising way. Center of them seemingly connected by the motion, but not. I was super lucky to colloaborate with Echoic Audio for the music & sound design. The 1st pass was just perfect with their magic and became the final. Produced at Giantstep.

SOURCE: https://motioncollector.com/post/624300892405055488

DCN Video Pick: Moses Boyd | Stranger Than Fiction…



DCN Video Pick: Moses Boyd | Stranger Than Fiction (Director’s Cut) by in/out // Warning: video contains flashing images. The brief spoke of ‘hyper-musicality’. Outside of the obvious, this got us thinking about how might a sound ‘look’? What are our instruments, as filmmakers? First though, we had to set the mood and feel of the piece. Moses wanted something ‘sinister and mystic’ and in line with the album’s themes we anonymised the performers in a shroud of light. The use of a reflective spray and a singular spotlight achieved this look; haloing the band in this intense glow. All captured in-camera. Playing off this visual hook we then set about composing our own rhythm. The looping trajectories, the projected shapes and the strobing light source were all used to achieve that desired ‘musicality’. Plus, by tethering all the action to the track and dolly, we established a perpetual motion; mapping out the music as much as the space. Under the guidance of DP Spike Morris we pushed the in-camera capabilities of film to visually sculpt the music, etching out the track’s propulsive production wherever possible. The materiality of film meant we could really hack the medium to bend and manipulate the images around the music. Having the necessary ingredients in the edit was important to build an arc that does justice to the track, whilst also being true to the in-camera imagery captured on the day. We’d like to thank all our crew and a special mention to our producer Louisa Plumstead who did so much with so little. Director/Editor: in/out Producer: Louisa Plumstead DOP: Spike Morris Focus Puller: Rob Hawkin Loader: Bulman Arshehit Grip: Alex Kelleher Gaffer: Helio Riberio 1st AD: Tom Fraser-Ivens Runner: Anna Argiros Art Director: Charlotte Stuart-Gumbar Costume Designer: Amy Thompson Wardrobe Assistant: Patrick Lee Hair & Make-Up Artist: Natasha Livesy Film Developing: Cinelab Design Assistant: Emily Derrick Colourist: Thomas Mangham at The Mill Post Producer: Bruce Langfield at The Mill Cast: Joshua Craigie, Esop Evard Commissioner: Michael Lewin Directors Rep: Joceline Gabriel at Hands Head Of Music: Kate Brady Executive Producer: Natalie Arnett Production Company: Riff Raff Films Thanks: Albedo 100 Cinelab Aarti Mahtani Label: The Orchard

SOURCE: https://motioncollector.com/post/623545862473302017