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Friday Morning Movie: Les chiens isolés

Subtitles and old school animation. May I present The Lonely Dogs.

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Friday Morning Movie: A Day in California

Today I’ve selected the following short video for our Friday Morning Movie. It was created by combining over 10,000 photos and took (on and off) over a year and a half to finish. This is called tilt-shift photography. That’s a link to the Wikipedia article that goes into a detailed explanation, but the technicalities are totally lost on me. Not that it matters, the end result is extremely cool.

But that’s not the only reason why I love this video. The soundtrack selected makes such an impact and totally crafts the mood in combination with this video. I am obsessed with the song. It is called Arrival of the Birds, by The Cinematic Orchestra. I hope you like it as much as I do.

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Friday Morning Movie

“We Miss You” is a student initiative created to illustrate the relationship between humans and nature. This short film – basically an advert for nature – is beautifully done. It’s not the typical Friday Morning Movie, but nonetheless, I wanted to share.

So that was a little McCain Deep & Disturbing, so to lighten the mood, I’ve included this graduation project from students at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts in Hannover. This is the Ultimate Hitch Cookbook. Enjoy.

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Friday Morning Movie: Hambuster

What happens when burgers attack? Hambuster provides us with the answer.

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Friday Morn… Evening Movie: Thursday

Very cool style of animation for today’s movie. It was SUPPOSED to be a morning movie, but sadly you’ll need to watch it over cocktails instead of coffee.

“An everyday love story set in the not so distant future sees blackbirds battling with technology, automatic palm readers and power cuts.” Directed by Matthias Hoegg at the Royal College of Art, London, 2010

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Friday Morning Movie: Madame Tutli-Putli

Today’s film, from the National Film Board of Canada, is on the longer side – seventeen minutes and sixteen seconds. But it’s really fantastic and well-worth the watch. A lovely example of what can be done with stop-motion.

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Friday Morning Movie: Blinky

Today’s movie is a little out of the ordinary. It’s a live-action, twelve-minute long movie that focuses on the relationship between a troubled boy and his robot pal. The cinematography is amazing and the story, albeit disturbing, is solid. You may recognize the boy actor as Max Records from “Where the Wild Things Are”.

Make sure your boss isn’t watching, kick back, relax and enjoy. Happy Friday!

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Friday Morning Movie: Just Bee-cause

It’s Friday, the day after Saint Patrick’s Day and probably a very unproductive day for some of you. Might as well kick back and watch a short movie.

Today’s animated short focuses on a little bee who is caught up in a big breeze – with a reoccurring appearance by an electric car. It turns out this is actually an ad for Renault, created by Blue and produced by Europa Corp. But it is one of the most entertaining and fun ads I’ve seen in a while and it works perfectly for this week’s Friday Morning Movie.

Big screen this bad boy and enjoy!

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Friday Morning Movie: Cliche

Today’s short film is called “Cliche” and was entirely made in Adobe Creative Suite.

For more info and to see how the film was made, check out the equally adorable website here.

 


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Friday Morning Movie: Trompe L’oeil, Trampantojo

Clearly it’s no longer morning, but we’re going to watch a movie anyway. I present to you a thesis film by Tyson James Dale.

Description: A business inspector is sent to inspect an old theatre. When he arrives on location, there’s no theatre, only an empty lot with a charismatic mime who is looking to perform for him. The mime now has to perform various theatre positions, in order to convince the inspector that his “theatre” is up to code, and indeed real.

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