IS TROPICAL - “Dancing Anymore” / NEW SINGLE!
Video directed by MEGAFORCE
Produced by : Kitsuné and Iconoclast
Production Company: Iconoclast.tv
DOP: Andre Chemetoff
Producer: Roman Pichon Herrera
Line producer: Jean Davi
1st AD: Antoine Poulet
Editor: Walter Mauriot
Colorist: Bertrand Duval at Mikros and Emiliano Serentoni at Dtouch
Post Production: Mathematic.tv
Post-producer : Guillaume Marien
Head of animation : Sébastien Eballard
Animators : Nicolas Dabos, Bruce
Layout and compositing : Maeva Sol & Arnaud Laplace
Supervisor projet : Martin Trepreau
Head of CGi : Yann Aldabe, Jehan Bouazza
Through this unique, electronic, wooden wall, visitors can discover campus events, building-specific information, and the names of alumni whose generosity helps fuel the vitality of the University.
As a welcome center to the University, the Ford Alumni Center is the epicenter of inquiry for first-time visitors, student tour groups, function and event attendees, meeting attendees, and the dozens of people who work in the building every day. Spanning two large displays in the top of the wall is a portal into the day’s events on campus. On one side the event titles are displayed while the highlighted event is featured on the right. The data comes from the university’s event database, and an override mode lets the staff put special information and imagery on the screens during special events. A second screen in the entry wall broadcasts current energy consumption and efficiency information for the building as well as the building-specific events information (this screen is part of a campus-wide system and was not designed or developed by Second Story).
Hidden within the wooden slats that comprise the wall substrate are LED signage displays connected to an Alumni Foundation database that constantly cycles through the thousands of names of individuals who contribute to the university each year. Names emanate through the fir veneer, constantly cascading across the wall. On the surface of the slats are laser etched names of the individuals and organizations whose major contributions made the Ford Alumni Center possible.
For complete project credits visit: secondstory.com/portfolio/works/oregon-entry-wall
University of Oregon Ford Alumni Center
Made in Brooklyn: The Shoemaker
Frank Catalfumo is a 91 year old shoemaker and repairer in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn. He first opened the doors to F&C Shoes in 1945 and continues to work five days a week alongside his son Michael. If you’re ever in the area, make sure to stop by the shop and listen to one of Frank’s amazing stories about life in Brooklyn back in the day.
View the photo gallery here: dustincohen.com/STORIES/THE-SHOEMAKER/thumbs/
Directed by Dustin Cohen, Filmed by Dustin Cohen and Michael Hurley, Edited by Bill Kemmler, Color Grading by Simon Biswas.
A short video looking at ‘Bitcoin’, a decentralized digital currency.
Directed, Designed and Animated by Duncan Elms - duncanelms.com
Written and Voiced by Marc Fennell - marcfennell.com
This is a personal project done between other jobs. Therefore some of the stats are not up to date. For more info please see en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bitcoin
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Software used: After Effects and Cinema 4D
THE SUPER SUPERCAPACITOR is a Finalist in the $200,000 GE FOCUS FORWARD Filmmaker Competition. Learn more about the Competition and FOCUS FORWARD at focusforwardfilms.com
Ric Kaner set out to find a new way to make graphene, the thinnest and strongest material on earth. What he found was a new way to power the world.
Director: Brian Golden Davis
Producers: David Paul Meyer, Laura Lee, Brian Golden Davis
Directors of Photography: Brian Golden Davis, David Paul Meyer
Sound: David Paul Meyer
Music Performed by: Falling Fall, Snow Flake Symphony - Benjamin Vella & Barney Freeman
Mice Music - Ben Stone & John Trudeau
Special Thanks: Ric Kaner, Maher El-Kady, Charles Lee
A unique architectural vision comes to life in a turn-of-the-century New York City skyscraper.
Producer-Director-Editor • Jonathan Robinson
Director of Photography • Ben Wolf with the RED EPIC
Original Music • CurioSound
Architect • David Hotson
Designer • Ghislaine Viñas
Builder • SilverLining Interiors
Footage from my visit to the Park Ave Armory January 6th 2013.
Big dreams, big blunts, big rims, and big guns. It’s time to get gangsta gangsta. Ninja and Yo Landi are wheelchair-bound lovers and real gangstas. They live in the outskirts of civilization, they shoot guns for fun, smoke massive joints, and sleep in the woods. They don’t have any bling to show for their gangsta cred, but the world deserves to know who they are. They’re tramps, and their wheels are starting to fall off. Ninja become despondent over their vagabond existence, but Yo Landi won’t let him give up. What ensues is straight up gangsta mayhem, the realist of the real, true gangsta shit.
This project was realilzed at my University in Saarbrücken. (HBKsaar.de)