Tired of Swimming from Anna Eijsbouts on Vimeo.

An old man is torn between the lingering presence of his dead wife, a fish in a jar and the reality of his lonely existence.

—Credits—

Voice man: Peter Caracciolo
Voice woman: Norma Cohen
Sound Design: Mauricio D’Orey
Sound Mix: Mike Wyeld
Additional Modelmaking: Jen Cardno, Josh Wedlake, Mirjam Baker, Phoebe Longley-Cook, Samantha Reidy, Marah Curran, Hollie Paxton
Additional Post-Production: Desmond Lo
Titles: Tiddo Muda
Colour Grading: Doychin Margoevski
Edited by: Lot Rossmark & Anna Eijsbouts

A Film By Anna Eijsbouts

With the support of Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds, Huygens Talent Programme, Blink Ink, Nat Cohen Scholarship

Copyright Royal College of Art 2012

Dale Earnhardt Jr Jr - Wherever We Are - Ep. 1 from Order & Other on Vimeo.

This film is the first of three films exploring Dale Earnhardt Jr Jr’s existence as they play their biggest show to date in their hometown before embarking on their first headlining national tour. We find out the pleasures and obstacles that come along with growth, and get a glimpse in to the ethos of a band that can so elegantly balance lightheartedness and profundity.

Dale Earnhardt Jr Jr - Wherever We Are - Ep. 1 from Order & Other on Vimeo.

This film is the first of three films exploring Dale Earnhardt Jr Jr’s existence as they play their biggest show to date in their hometown before embarking on their first headlining national tour. We find out the pleasures and obstacles that come along with growth, and get a glimpse in to the ethos of a band that can so elegantly balance lightheartedness and profundity.

Placebo // Loud Like Love (feat. Bret Easton Ellis) from Saman Kesh on Vimeo.

Part II of the ‘Unfortunate Details’ experiments // Pay attention as there will be a pop-quiz afterwards.

Written & Directed by: Saman Kesh

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Narrator: Bret Easton Ellis
Production Company: 890 Productions
In Association with: Skunk // skunkus.com
Executive Producer: Matt Factor
Producer: Jason Colon
Video Commissioner: John Moule
Band Performance: Rokkit // rokkit.tv

Cinematographer: Isaac Bauman
Production Design: Jason Kisvarday
Editor: Mandy Brown
Costumer: Michelle Thompson
Casting Director: Michael Stonewall Beaudry (Blok M Casting)

VFX Supervisor: Chad Goei
Graphic Design: Saman Kesh & Jonathan Minaya
2D Animation: Jonathan Minaya
Sound Editing & Mixing: Matthew J A Wilcock // Zelig Sound
ADR Recording: John Rampey
Colorist: Derek Hansen // MPC

1st AD: Chad Nicholson
Production Manager: Melora Donoghue
Production Coordinator: Evan Fulton
2nd AD: Terrisha Kearse
1st AC: Jonathan Dec
2nd AC/ DIT: Jordan Gaylor
Phantom Tech: Nick Savander
Gaffer: James King
BB Electric: Tim Davis
Electric: Megan Richardson
Key Grip: Hunter Rogers
BB Grip: Todd Geritz
Grip: Dylan Johnson
Swing: Kevin Morgan
Art Director: Kelsi Ephraim
Set Decorator: Ali Rubinfeld
Set Decorator: Madelyn Kime
Art Swing: Timothy Wilusz
Assistant Costumer: Jordy Scheinberg
Makeup: Joanne Adolfo
SPFX Makeup: Perri Veganes
Hair Stylist: Prescilla Jean Olay
Makeup Assist: Crystal Watana

Director’s Assistant: Brendan Varni
Truck PA: Jamaal Taylor
Production Assistants: Karen Silbert, Johnny Gutierrez, Travis Culteri, Laura Huben

Segment Producer: Roland Berry
AC (Pickup day): Andres Cuevas

SPECIAL THANKS:
Nate Eggert, Shelly Townsend, Jeanne Stawiarski, Mary Calderwood, Jamila Wingett, Roland Berry, Bret Rea, Nathan Zasada, IMVDB, Sam Sascha Keshavarz, Cosimo Galluzzi

The Naturalist from Connor Hurley on Vimeo.

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Q&A with Short of the Week: shortoftheweek.com/2014/03/11/interview-with-connor-hurley-the-naturalist/

"One of the most poignant and disturbing bits of dystopian sci-fi we’ve seen this year." - Fantastic Fest
“A damn fine downer…The choice our lead is faced with isn’t an easy one and I sure as hell won’t be spoiling it. If you get a chance to see it, do yourself a solid and make it happen. Beautiful film.” -Ain’t It Cool News

WINNER! Brooklyn Film Festival Spirit Award for Short Narrative

World Premiere Seattle International Film Festival

Official Selection: Palm Springs Int’l Shortfest, Fantastic Fest, New Orleans Film Festival (Jury Award Finalist), 30 Under 30 film Festival, ASVOFF at Centre Pompidou.

Written, Produced and Directed by Connor Hurley
Produced by Siena Brown
Co-Produced by Max Tromba
Executive Producers Karen McGee, John Mckitrick, Neil & Lucy Hurley, Paulette Chapman
Director of Photography Michael Crommett
Edited by Ema Yamazaki, Connor Hurley
Original Score by Elana Ehrenberg
Wardrobe, Hair and Makeup by Ana Perdita

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One of Fantastic Fest’s Top Five shorts: wdyms.com/2013/09/fantastic-fest-2013-review-fantastic.html
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Font Men - SXSW 2014 Official Selection from dress code on Vimeo.

You may not have heard of Jonathan Hoefler or Tobias Frere-Jones but you’ve seen their work. Before their recent split, they collectively ran the most successful and well respected type design studio in the world, creating fonts used by everyone from the Wall Street Journal to the President of the United States.

Font Men, gives a peek behind the curtain into the world of Jonathan and Tobias. Tracking the history of their personal trajectories, sharing the forces that brought them together and giving an exclusive look at the successful empire they built together.

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Presented by AIGA to celebrate H+FJ’s 2013 AIGA Medal, with additional support from the National Endowment for the Arts

Directed & Produced by: Dress Code

Cinematography by: Andre Andreev

Edited by: Dan Covert

Music & Sound by: YouTooCanWoo

Animation/Design: Evan Anthony, John Custer, Joe Donaldson, Emil Bang Lyngbo, Josh Parker, Eddie Song

Principal Cast: Jonathan Hoefler, Tobias Frere-Jones

Shot on a Canon 7D