DCN Video Pick: Brodinski – Split (Official Music Video) by…



DCN Video Pick: Brodinski - Split (Official Music Video) by Pavel Brenner // Original Track Produced by Brodinski & Joan Mael Peneau @ Saint Gohard Studio Written & Performed by Peewee Longway Mixed by Eric Najar Mastered by Sam John @ Precise https://empire.lnk.to/Split Cast: Simon Kotyk, Pierrick Destrebecq, Edward Jackson, Bo Hope, Peter Dach Director: Pavel Brenner Cinematographer: Christopher Ripley Executive Producers: Salim El Arja, Jordan Cardoso Producer: Julia Kostenevich Associate Producer: Jean Kim Production Company: Couscous Saumon Production Designer: Pierre Pell Set Decorator: Eloise Ayalla Costume Designer: Penelope Strintz Storyboard Artist: Joy Sun Poster Layout Artist: Joy Sun Poster Color/Lighting Artist: Aleksandr Brodsky Poster Illustrator: Maxim Kozhevnikov Editor: Flora Volpeliere Makeup Department Head: Amy Mary Wilson Stunt Coordinator: Tim Mikulecky 1st AD: Siddarth Prakhash 1st AC: Jacob Perry Steadicam Operator: Parker Brooks Gaffer: Genevieve Evans Best Boy: Sebastian Love Key Grip: John Nguyen Visual Effects Supervisor: Max Colt Visual Effects Editor: Gloria FX Visual Effects Producer: Dmytro Nekrasov Visual Effects Art Director: Tomysh Kuzmytskyi Post Production Supervisor: Salim El Arja Sound Mixer: Gabe Stewart Sound Design: Smider Re-recording Mixer: Nicolas Petitfrere Sound Effects Editor: Daniele Del Virgilo Production Assistant: Maria Aus Catering: Naima Genitempo Accountant: Franck Roy Special thanks to Brodinski, Will Hoopes, Kim Chapiron, Cooper Vacheron, Kodak, Metropolis Post, Deck of Aces, Smider and Gloria FX

SOURCE: http://motioncollector.com/post/175984846619

DCN Video Pick: Light Wind Land by Rafa Zub // I escaped the…



DCN Video Pick: Light Wind Land by Rafa Zub // I escaped the hustle and bustle of Hanoi and explored a magic land hidden in its parks -often placed around the many lakes- and that I found to be beautifully decadent. After a long workday and before the sun hides, Hanoians run to these green bubbles and enjoy themselves under the gentle winds. Filmed and edited by Rafa Zubiria. Wind Chimes by “mc2method” on freesound.org

SOURCE: http://motioncollector.com/post/175470913438

DCN Video Pick: Hype Cycle: Smart Matter (16:9) by Universal…



DCN Video Pick: Hype Cycle: Smart Matter (16:9) by Universal Everything // Hype Cycle ­is a series of futurist films exploring human-machine collaboration, combining performance and emerging technologies. These human-machine interactions from Universal Everything are inspired by the Hype Cycle trend graphs produced by Gartner Research, a valiant attempt to predict future expectations and disillusionments as new technologies come to market. The first film in this series is Smart Matter. It builds on the studio’s past experiments with motion studies, imagining a new form of collaborative interface for improvised modelling. More Hype Cycle films coming soon. Credits: Creative Director: Matt Pyke Animation: Joe Street Sound Designer: Simon Pyke, Freefarm Senior Producer: Greg Povey Motion Capture: ­Nick Dulake, Ursula Ankeny (Sheffield Hallam University) Dancer: Tamar Draper Choreographer: TC Howard

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DCN Video Pick: Moving Forward by Mau Morgó // chapter 1:…



DCN Video Pick: Moving Forward by Mau Morgó // chapter 1: “the calling” chapter 2: “becoming aware” chapter 3: “acceptance” A short 3 chapter story about losing your mind while losing a loved one. While directing this I was going through some shit, and now re-watching the lost scenes, i’ve decided to do a director’s cut, and shine a light on the different emotional phases and feelings my body and mind have been going through. . Now with some perspective, and being in this new unexplored part of myself I can say: It’s ok; losing it and feeling lost is beautiful, just respect yourself, keep it moving. . The footage is part of the Seat ad I directed a couple months ago with the @aei_u family. . i wanted to thank everyone that has been there helping out, and share some peace. . music: Katze by: @alvanoto, #blixabargeld and #ANBB

SOURCE: http://motioncollector.com/post/175276416105

DCN Video Pick: A Report Of Connected Events by PostPanic // A…



DCN Video Pick: A Report Of Connected Events by PostPanic // A Report Of Connected Events is a branded content film directed by Mischa Rozema and produced by PostPanic. Celebrating the power of storytelling, it was commissioned by Nuna9 on behalf of their client, Liberty Global. Filmed in Paris, the piece explores iconic moments in film and television history, blurring the lines between our reality and some of our favourite stories. Directed by Mischa Rozema Director of Photography: Menno Mans NSC Music by: Justin Lockey & Ben Lukas Boysen (courtesy of Erased Tapes Music Publishing Ltd) Commissioned by: Liberty Global Commissioning Producer (on behalf of Liberty Global): Nuna9 Production Company: PostPanic Music Supervision by Mischa Rozema and AMP. Amsterdam All Foley, Sounddesign, Recording and Mixing by AMP. Amsterdam Edit by Mischa Rozema Grading by Laurens Orij (Crabsalad) Line Production (Paris) by Be Light Films Post Production by PostPanic

SOURCE: http://motioncollector.com/post/175092019420

DCN Video Pick: @jacktorrancetrip – Instagram Cinematic…



DCN Video Pick: @jacktorrancetrip - Instagram Cinematic Storytelling Experience // Trailer by The Kissinger Twins // “A story for the Edward Snowdens and Daniel Ellsbergs in all of us” - Filmteractive Festival https://www.instagram.com/jacktorrancetrip/ What if the moon landing wasn’t real? “The Trip” Webby Awards winning transmedia project now on Instagram. Meet Jack Torrance and follow his story to the dark side of politics and manipulation @jacktorrancetrip Written and Directed by The Kissinger Twins & Austen Morrow with music by Smolik www.kissingertwins.com www.smolik.com.pl

SOURCE: http://motioncollector.com/post/175041023510

DCN Video Pick: Dolby Gallery “Metamorphosis” by…



DCN Video Pick: Dolby Gallery “Metamorphosis” by Leviathan // Leviathan’s Metamorphosis is an audiovisual odyssey that extracts brilliant color data from masterpieces of the past century to create an entirely new experience of art. Employing newly developed coding techniques, Leviathan dissects a curated selection of paintings into abstract digital forms. The generative visuals, which are set rhythmically to a composed ambient soundscape, evolve through time and space — transforming the unique LED canvas at Dolby Gallery into an immersive, meditative experience. This synergy between sight and sound is custom-designed for Dolby Gallery. Rich color volume data, inspired by Dolby Vision technology, is brought to life along with a sonic experience mixed in Dolby Atmos. Moving audio dynamically travels across 52 full-range speakers and 34 subwoofers to immerse visitors in a fusion of art and science. Leviathan is a specialized experiential design studio, based in Chicago, Illinois. Working at the nexus of design, digital media, and interaction, Leviathan transforms ambitious ideas into future-forward experiences. This work is part of a series of Dolby exhibitions that explore the leading edge of audio and imaging technologies in partnership with contemporary artists. Learn more at dolby.com/art lvthn.com CREDITS: CLIENT: DOLBY LABORATORIES STUDIO: LEVIATHAN DESIGN Senior Creative Director: Bradon Webb Senior Producer: Bill Galusha Producer: Brittany Maddock Visual Artist / Programmer: Bradon Webb Technical Director: Adam Berg Software Engineer: David Braun Look Development + 3D: Andrew Butterworth, Anthony Malagutti Editorial: Kirill Mazor Sound Design: Waveplant Executive Producer: Chad Hutson Executive Creative Director: Jason White CASE STUDY VIDEO: LEVIATHAN DESIGN Executive Creative Director: Jason White Associate Creative Director: Gareth Fewel Producer: Brittany Maddock Director of Photography: TRUE MVMNT Video Crew: TRUE MVMNT Editorial: Kirill Mazor Photography + Animation: Gareth Fewel Music: Marmoset Sound Design: Waveplant

SOURCE: http://motioncollector.com/post/174868469450

DCN Video Pick: OFFF: beyond the experience by OFFF, let’s…



DCN Video Pick: OFFF: beyond the experience by OFFF, let’s feed the future // Who is OFFF made for, what keeps us motivated, why you should attend OFFF Festival at least once in your life? For our 18th edition recap, we decided to go behind-the-scenes and explain what goes beyond an OFFF experience. We explored a three day journey back in May 2018, a journey of non-stop creativity and inspiring experiences shared by our speakers. To all our audience and future OFFF attendees, this is for you. Who is OFFF made for, what keeps us motivated, why you should attend OFFF Festival? For our 18th edition recap, we decided to go behind-the scenes � Film and editing: Jose Luis Onieva Second camera: Mark Gamazo

SOURCE: http://motioncollector.com/post/174851090265

DCN Video Pick: LUC: Glow by Dress Code // A music video for…



DCN Video Pick: LUC: Glow by Dress Code // A music video for LUC’s new single Glow. Client: LUC Produced by: Dress Code (dresscodeny.com) Executive Creative Director: Dan Covert Executive Producer: Brad Edelstein 
Head of Production: Tara Rose Stromberg Director: Vincenzo Lodigiani Design: Elena Chudoba, Vincenzo Lodigiani Animation: Erika Bernetich, Elaine Lee, Vincenzo Lodigiani, Rasmus Löwenbrååt

SOURCE: http://motioncollector.com/post/174810784251

DCN Video Pick: Citymobil by MRfrukta // Client — Citymobil…



DCN Video Pick: Citymobil by MRfrukta // Client — Citymobil Producer / Head of Marketing — Svetlana Butianova Story, Design, Motion — Alex Frukta   Music, Sound Design — Cosmic Setter 2018 —  CityMobil  Is a modern media-oriented taxi service, a local carrier company that operates on the territory of Moscow, an alternative to large services Uber, Gett, Yandex. The story. New morning, the app with alarm clock on the smartphone rings and wakes the main character, there is no choice - the day has begun. And then in the frame the view of the city, people wake up, order different taxi services, but the choice is the same. Our hero is still at home, choosing between boring monotonous clothes. He is determined that he will put on and goes down into the city, orders a taxi to get to a work and suddenly a CityMobil car rushes past. The world of our hero turns around, he is so interested in this alternative service that he downloads the application and orders a taxi through the CityMobil. Further we see that our front man comes to work, and after a few hours of hard work, he certainly hungry and order a Citymobil to go snack, and to continue the work after the taxi will bring him back to work. But the day is not infinite, it’s like the movie that already ending, and the main character remembers how convenient it was today to travel with Citymobil and he makes his choice, choosing the service he likes to get home. Stop camera. Cut!

SOURCE: http://motioncollector.com/post/174804408577