Sydney was transformed into a spectacular light show with music when Vivid Sydney took over the city after dark from 25 May 2012 for few nights. Colouring the city with creativity and inspiration, this video highlights Vivid Sydneywith light installations and projections; performances at Sydney Opera House and MCA.
Darren Rayner and the Family Voleurz have produced this video called “Science of Airborning”. Alliant plans while mocking the clichés of extreme sports videos with humor and intelligence, made this parody of Art of Flight .
Focus on a new video Venice in a Day, tour of Italy by the creative Joerg Niggli . Filmed with a Canon G10, this time-lapse mounted with music by Chris Haigh allows to show the magic of the Italian city.
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Directors – Us
Producer – Liz Kessler
Line Producer – Connor Hollman
DoP – Matt Fox
Gaffer – Ben Fordesman
Editor – Vid Price
Grade – Mark Horrobin
Animation – Alice Dupre
The Brazilian Ariel Costa founder of Studio Nitro , thought this animated video about the alphabet. Creating transitions of fonts and colors around each letter, the rendering is very fluid and able to discover in the following video.
Bad breath can be a mortifying thing, and the agency nicely illustrates that by exaggerating that humiliation. Actors ask innocent passers-by for directions, but when they start to tell them, the actors fall unconscious — ostensibly due to the stench.
According to the agency, most of the people in the live stunt are real citizens of the town of Rouen. The basketball team featured is the city’s official team and the gardener and girls on the boat are townies. The 60 people passing out in the scene that takes place at the Hotel de Ville are employees of the Rouen Ferrero factory.
According to Batiste Client, one of the creatives on the project, �œDoing a live stunt is always a challenge. First, you never know how it’s going to work. Second, it’s all about preparation so it takes a lot of time to get ready. And third, you never know how great it is until you’re at the edit–even when you have more than 12 cameras.”
Advertising Agency: TBWA, Toronto, Canada
Creative Director: Allen Oke
Copywriter / Associate Creative Director: Jonathan Smith
Art Director / Associate Creative Director: Rodger Eyre
Agency Broadcast Producer: Nadya MacNeil
Director: David Hicks
Title sequence for a film based on the Kurt Vonnegut novel. Made with Tal Moskovich.
Our goal was to create a visual interpretation of a phenomenon in space known as chrono-synclastic infundibulum, which is defined by Vonnegut as “those places … where all the different kinds of
truth fit together.”
Music by Tomáš Dvořák: