PHARRELL WILLIAMS ft. 21 SAVAGE, TYLER, THE CREATOR | François Rousselet | DIVISION

PHARRELL WILLIAMS FT. 21 SAVAGE, TYLER, THE CREATOR | Cash In Cash Out • Directed by François Rousselet • Produced by DIVISION • VFX by ETC

The Circle (Shortfilm)

The circle evokes time, or more precisely, the fragments of time that pile up in a vast scenario of unique moments and memories. It is an introspective journey of wonder and imagination through these glimpses of time. This simple form has been a character present in my work for years, it represents care, calm, and attention to achieve its ultimate perfection. We are a circle, without boundaries, beginning or end. Infinity, Unity, connection, just a circle in expansion.

This piece is part of Moco Museum collection. To be exhibited in Amsterdam and Barcelona.

Dave East, Jay Electronica – NO HOODIE

Official Selection SXSW 2022

Directed by Sean Wehrli & Mayukh Goswami

‘NO HOODIE’ Remix
Written and performed by Dave East, Jay Electronica, & Tavis Sage
Produced by Mike Kuz

A man who pushed away or was alienated from everyone he knew until confronted with the last person in his life that mattered. This video features 3 rap artists who support the homeless alongside a non-profit called Hoodies for the Homeless.

Hoodies for the Homeless is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and cultural movement using music, fashion, and art to bring awareness to the issues of homelessness, and inspiring community participation through the collection of hoodies at live music events.

SeanWehrli.com
MayukhGoswami.com
no-hoodie.com/

WWF – We Can’t Negotiate the Melting Point of Ice

We follow the story of a young polar bear which tries to survive in the increasingly melting Arctic environment. In the film, as in real life, Arctic sea ice is melting quickly “changing the Arctic ecosystems forever, causing destruction around the planet.” This is a stark reminder that world leaders need to act now.

We used an innovative combination of 3D-Printing, Mould-Making, and Ice-sculpting to create 500 unique polar bear ice-sculptures that were then used to create the stop-motion animation. More than 1000 liters of ice were used to create the polar-bear sculptures and environment. The film, which took a year to produce, was created by NOMINT co-founder Yannis Konstantinidis, in collaboration with Marcos Savignano and Jua Braga, with music by Ted Regklis.

CLIENT: WWF Arctic Programme
AGENCY: NOMINT
CAMPAIGN: “We can’t negotiate the melting point of ice”
PRODUCTION: NOMINT
CREATIVE DIRECTION: Yannis Konstantinidis
DIRECTOR: Yannis Konstantinidis, Marcos Savignano
3d ANIMATION: Jua Braga, Marcos Savignano
SOUND & ORIGINAL MUSIC: Ted Regklis
VO: Russel Binns
PRODUCER: Yannis Konstantinidis, Marilena Vatseri
MARKET: Global

Moon Knight

A dynamic vignette about the bizarre and fractured realities of Marc Spector a.k.a Moon Knight.
Inspired from writer Jeff Lemire and artist Greg Smallwood’s epic comic run on the character, it is a journey through death, doubt and delirium which culminates in symbolic rebirth.

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Credits

Design, direction and animation - Akshay Tiwari
Music and Sound Design - Echoic Audio
Additional modeling and texturing - Alwin George
Additional character animation - Miloni Shah, Mauricio Botero

Special Thanks

Kelly Carlton
Serjan Burlak
Rohan Dalvi
Peter Clark

Based on the Moon Knight(2016) comic book series by Jeff Lemire and Greg Smallwood
Moon Knight created by Doug Moench and Don Perlin
Mr.Knight introduced by Warren Ellis and Declan Shalvey

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Disclaimer:

This is a non-profit animated tribute that is not intended for commercial use. It is in no way endorsed by Marvel / Disney nor is it intended to compete or undermine any existing or forthcoming material. All characters and associated names and references are copyright and trademark of their respective holders.

POEM

About the Work
After seeing the Jomon pottery with my own eyes, I could imagine—from the unique protrusions and patterns—the scenery, natural phenomenon, the appearance and movement of living things, the sounds, and their textures. The design that contains various fragments of information felt like a poem by the Jomon people. While they do not depict the living beings that the Jomon people consumed to survive, the artifacts conveyed their prayer and awe for the living beings that imbued them with life and I believe it is that energy that gave birth to the grotesque yet beautiful shape of Jomon pottery. This work was designed and created based on this image.

ORDER & CHAOS – An after life journey

4K and Headphones recommended
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Emergence of patterns in chaos or the way we fall in love.
True beauty is everywhere.
Hard to reach, ephemeral and mysterious, or simply hidden from us, revealed in a blink or a few time last forever, it shapes our ability to feel, to observe and to marvel about Nature and other beings.

But are we still able to do so ?
Modern life has weakened our eyes, blurred our attention, night skies has been obliterated by the city lights, noise covers silence increasingly.

Everything is going so fast that it requires a lot of energy to freeze frame and contemplate what universe has to offer.

As a love letter to contemplation, Order & Chaos is an attempt to reveal the beauty we forgot or ignored, how fragile and precious its presence is, and why human is progressively losing it.
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Enjoy.

Thanks to :
Gracy Hopkins as The narrator
Max Cooper for the music
Roman Hill for his precious help and Spline.fr
Dlp / lesofa for producing the film
Lucie Tardy for being

SEX EDUCATION EP7 OPENING

Credits:
Animation by Future Power Station
Director: Runyararo Mapfumo
Animation Director: Yibi Hu
Producer: Sophie Gozlan
Executive Producer: Geoff Parsons
Post Producer: Natalie Silver
Concept Art: Adam Relf, Alex Twin, Rafaila Raikova, Krystian Garstkowiak
Lead animators: Peter Dodd, Daryl Graham, Maki Yoshikura
Animators: Krystian Garstkowiak, Andrew Clarke, Daisy Evans, Alejandra Anguita
Audio: Bang Post

Passing Through

Passing Through is inspired by the tranquility of road trips and all of their meandering twists and turns.