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Toni Polkowski 9. September 2011 Film

External Film Inspiration No. 63

“External Film Inspiration“ is a serial of short films, trailers, motion graphics and music clips by different artists from across the world introduced here at Cromoart. We would like to inspire you give ideas and suggestions. This time with films by Tony Zagoraios, YUKIHIRO SHODA, Hugo Goudswaard, Patrick Clair, Steffen K, CRCR and weareflink.

If you are interested in showing your films, please send us a link to the film and maybe it will be a part of the next “film inspiration”.


International Motion Festival Promo from Tony Zagoraios on Vimeo.

Trailer for the 1st International Motion Festival in Cyprus.
http://www.motionfestivalcyprus.com




blind from YUKIHIRO SHODA on Vimeo.

blind- Shortfilm
The film is set in post-nuclear Tokyo in a dimension not so distant from ours. Young salary-man’s morning commute takes a surreal turn.

Cinematographer: Ryouken Okamura
Gaffer:Satoshi Mizoguchi
Designer: Nami Masuda – 66 DESIGN
Composer: Yuuki Ono – WONDROUS inc. / Chorus: CANTUS
Sound Mixer: Yuri Hasegawa
3DCG: Wataru Hanajima & Kanji Fukuta / Inferno: Hisashi Suzuki
Colorist: Motoi Tanaka
Photographer: Tokio Kuniyoshi -Shootinglife LLC.
Web Designer: Junji Suzuki
Costume Designer: Chihiro Yasuda
Deco Designer: Mio Shoji

Executive Producer: Mike DeMille
Producer: Jamie Holland & Pasha Alpeyev
Production manager: Ryousuke Haruta
Assistant director: Nobushige Suematsu
Written & Directed by: Yukihiro Shoda

Please visit our homepage. http://www.blind-film.net/

copyright/ K.I.R. film




GIGANTIC from Hugo Goudswaard on Vimeo.

Extreme macro extravaganza.

Shot with panasonic GH2 and an old 9mm Fujinon TV c-mount lens.
Lens was around €50,- It did fit with the c-mount to 4/3 adapter but not in the right way. Guess it had to go backwards into the sensor to get infinity focus (see eoshd.com, be careful!) The good thing was that the lens is crispy sharp just 0.7 cm in front of the lens. Only problem is to get the right light equipment because you are extremely close to your object. Good luck, I used to be a gaffer and I still had a mini battery operated softbox. (€4,- ex. batteries) So it was all very simplistic and all shot in and around my own house.

Check. http://www.beeldlab.nl/gigantic-breakdown/
for a breakdown

Music: Kangding Ray – Apneé. Part II




Stuxnet: Anatomy of a Computer Virus from Patrick Clair on Vimeo.

An infographic dissecting the nature and ramifications of Stuxnet, the first weapon made entirely out of code. This was produced for Australian TV program HungryBeast on Australia’s ABC1

Direction and Motion Graphics: Patrick Clair www.patrickclair.com
Written by: Scott Mitchell

Production Company: Zapruder’s Other Films.




30 motion tests in 30 seconds from Steffen K on Vimeo.

Over a period of 30 days I challenged myself to created 1 second of animation every day. The idea was to experiment and explore workflow in the software package Cinema 4D and publish one frame from my experiments daily..

The rules:
-Animate 1 second everyday
-Publish one frame daily at blog.steffenk.net
-Put it all together to approx. 30 seconds of animation

In the end I didnt quite manage to complete this challenge on a daily basis, but I ended up with 30 motion tests and this is the result..

View all the frames individually at http://work.steffenk.net/#827376/30-Motion-Tests-in-30-Seconds

Audio: Krupp by Kritical Audio




Junkspace from CRCR on Vimeo.

Opening for the Annecy animation festival 2010




BMW – Flow from weareflink on Vimeo.

Product: Trade Show Display
Client: BMW
Agency: Mutabor Design
Creative Direction: Alexander Hanowski
Agency Producer: Annette König
Production Company: weareflink
Director: weareflink
Creative Lead: Alex Heyer
Executive Producer: Andreas Lampe
Producer: Catharina Foelling
CG Artists: Lasse Clausen, Alex Heyer, Phillip von Preuschen
Compositing: Martin Hess
Music & Sound Design: Supreme Music, Hamburg




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