T. S. Eliot “The Wasteland”

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Troublemakers director Icecream (aka art director/motion designer Nicolas Dufoure) delivers a dark and brooding version of T. S. Eliot’s “The Wasteland” for the second of three films launching The Josephine Hart Poetry Foundation’s Poetry Movement program. Sound design and music by CypherAudio. [Read more]

CHRLX Rev’s Up the Nike Air Zoom Elite 8

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As full-on fans of CG sneaker porn, it is our sworn duty to bring you this high-octane macro adventure into the secret workings of the Nike Air Zoom Elite 8 as imagined by director Ryan Dunn and the CHRLX crew. Originally commissioned for in-store, Nike loved the spot enough to bump it up to run on air. [Read more]

Ghost Recon Wildlands E3 Trailer

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Every E3 event produces a swarm of 3D game trailers but this violence-packed opus for Ubisoft’s Ghost Recon Wildlands stands apart for closing the gap between pre-rendered cinematic and real-time gameplay footage to a significant degree. [Read more]

Nudity, Censorship, Handcuffs! We’ll Have “None of That”

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Great story, pacing and character work from Ringling College of Art + Design students Anna Hinds Paddock, Isabela Littger de Pinho and Kriti Kaur in their 3D-animated short “None of That,” all set to music by Corey Wallace. [Read more]

Onur Senturk Sculpts Philip Larkin’s “High Windows”

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Troublemakers director Onur Senturk sculpts a dark and dramatic vision of “High Windows” by esteemed English poet Philip Larkin, the first of three films launching The Josephine Hart Poetry Foundation’s Poetry Movement program which aims “to stand as the next logical step in terms of the way we consume verse.” [Read more]

Pushing Castrol to the EDGE in “Virtual Drift”

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Logan co-founder/director Ben Conrad leverages his work on automotive-insanity (like the last four Gymkhana films) into the virtual world with a riveting VR piece for Castrol EDGE via London agency The Brooklyn Brothers. [Read more]