A selection of films by the art students at Monkton Combe School
A selection of films from the Art students at Monkton
Monkton films by the art students of Monkton Combe School
This is my Delta Film & Animation FYP.
Stream : Character Animation.
Title : You've Got Box!
Theme : Tv Addiction
The story is about The main character, Oddy was too addicted to TV until he abandoned his own interest- gardening and his daisy.
Feel free to comment :) Your comment is important for my improvement in da future.
The scene combines photography, film and animation techniques. Static and unsaturated film contrasts with bright and joyful world of Nintendo game. Spectators are involved in a conversation between four Tamagotchi characters. Their conversation takes place in an original game setting. They doubt if it is reasonable to leave the house and go out. For one of them, it is impossible leaving all tasks and responsibilities. Tamagotchis are afraid of the place that was recommended to them. There are several reasons why they decide to stay at home and chitchat.
An assignment for Film and animation class. Last minute werk as well. Thanks to the global warming motion graphics. >:C
Light Up Bristol
This December, College Green will undergo a magical transformation into five nights of Winter Wonderland.
This dazzling event, from Bristol Media and the West of England Design Forum, will project festive moving images across the whole of the Council House, College Green and the Cathedral. Special treats include:
- Specially created films and animation by some of Bristol’s leading creative talent
- Content projected 400ft across Bristol’s Council House
- Spectacular lights by Fossil Optical across the Cathedral and College Green
- Nightly snow fall
- Festive winter warmers including Mulled Wine, Chestnuts and beers from Bath Ales
- Nightly live VJ finale from the world-renowned Anti VJ
Technical setup and media streaming by Digital Slaves: digital-slaves****/
A spider and butterfly engage in a symphonic survival of the species. 3D animation of a different style. See more of our films and animations at www dot parrystudios dot com
Friday, June 20, 2008
YouTube Lures Top Filmmakers with Video Player with Twice the Quality of Standard Player
HOLLYWOOD -- Here on Wednesday night at the Henry Fonda Theater, YouTube co-founder Chad Hurley kicked off YouTube's debut of a new showcase for long and short-form films. Beet.TV was on the scene.
The YouTube Screening Room has attracted several highly regarded filmmakers -- and not just for the online exposure of the mega video sharing site, but for the improved quality of the video stream.
The video player deployed in the screening room has twice the quality of the standard YouTube player. We understand that YouTube is experimenting with higher quality players that improve the screen image by a factor of two. Apparently this is what we find in the Screening Room.
There is no sharable embed code, so streaming views can only take place in the "Screening Room."
We spoke with Fredrick Emilson who directed the Oscar-winning animated short Love and War. He told us how the quality of the new video player and the functionality to properly present films shot in a "shoe-box" format was key in embracing YouTube. Same sentiments from Bob Pearlstein, director of "Our Time is Up."
Sara Pollack, who heads film and animation at YouTube, told us how she has curated films for the new YouTube channel. She has personally solicited filmmakers and is now looking for submission via e-mail and will soon have an online submission.
We also spoke with Oscar-winning director Torill Kove of the Danish Poet. She won the Academy Award last year for Best Animated Short. The film is amazing.
-- Andy Plesser
Created by RIT School of Film and Animation student Jiunnfu Su. Graduate Thesis 3D animation.
Created by RIT School of Film and Animation students: Corey Ryan, Mark Sniffen, Nick Szpara, Lindsay Berkebile, Adam Richlin, Craig Mullen
Created by RIT School of Film and Animation student Jason Stoy. Sophomore live-action fiction
Created by RIT School of Film and Animation students: Ansel Chiang, Jiny He and Leticia Silva. 1st Year Graduate 3D animation.
Created by RIT School of Film and Animation students: Lindsey Timko and Lauren Tracy. Junior live-action fiction.
Created by RIT School of Film and Animation student Hiroki Sato. Graduate Thesis 3D experimental.
Created by RIT School of Film and Animation student Jiunnfu Su. Graduate Thesis 3D animation