New Bell’s South Africa TV Ad by Greg Gray for Velocity Films
I bet you never thought you could be moved to tears by a Whiskey Ad.
The new Bell’s TV commercial features a father whose intrepid spirit demonstrates just what it takes to be a true Man of Character.
Director: Greg Gray, Velocity Films
Production House TV Producer: Helena Woodfine
Group Chief Creative: Alistair King
Executive Creative Directors, King James: Devin Kennedy / Matt Ross
Creative Director, King James: Mike Wilson
Art Director, King James: Cameron Watson
Agency TV Producer: Caz Friedman
Client Service: Sheri Cook
Ginger Cat Vs. The Paper Army by Adam Cox
Cats love to attack paper. Today, paper fights back.
'Ginger Cat' - Jess
'Paper Army' — Themselves
'Trouble on the wind', 'Heartbeat — Video Blocks
'Cinematic tension builder (riser)' by ZstarrSound
'Fight the future' by Gareth Coker
'Smash it up' by kristijanf
'The Mission' — Video Blocks
'Heartbeat' — Video Blocks
Props/Beast Master: Rachael Wasiak
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Oppressed Majority (Majorité Opprimée English), by Eleonore Pourriat
On what seems to be just another ordinary day, a man is exposed to sexism and sexual violence in a society ruled by women…
From the countless gender-swap videos out there, this one is the most poignant one.
The Deep by PES
A stop motion visit into the depths of the sea where all creatures are made of discarded objects.
B E A U T Y - by Rino Stefano Tagliafierro
A path of sighs through the emotions of life.
A tribute to the art and her disarming beauty.
(Source: vimeo.com, via quienesesachica)
Alameda’s video for the track New Leaf has truly been a labor of love for us. We started the project nearly two years ago as a way to explore new animation techniques, specifically digital rotoscoping over 3D animation. The goal was to combine the hand-made feel of painting with the perfection of 3D camera movement and environments. We quickly learned how much time and focus is required to create a style like this. The project unfortunately took a back seat to client work more often then not, leaving little time to work on it. And of course, no project is complete without a few hiccups along the way - at one point our entire project folder mysteriously disappeared from the server, forcing us to recreate many of the scenes. And recently, another incident occurred resulting in the loss of some of the original source files required to finish. We figured out a way to make up for the loss however, and are very excited to finally release this. Considering the difficulties we had, we’re really proud of the final result. Thanks to all the hands that helped on this one. View a short behind the scenes process on the project here: vimeo.com/81233020