“The Huntsman: Winter’s War” Closing Titles

Cedric Nicolas-Troyan The Huntsman | STASH MAGAZINE

Ice versus gold. The battle of the warring sisters – Evil Queen Ravenna (Charlize Theron) and Ice Queen Freya (Emily Blunt) – visualized by director Cedric Nicolas-Troyan and The Mill crew in a shimmering collision of live-action, CG and motion design for Universal’s “The Huntsman: Winter’s War” end credits. [Read more]

Fernando Domínguez Opens Kike Maíllo’s “Toro”

Kike Maíllo Toro | STASH MAGAZINE

Independent Spanish director/CD (formerly a co-founder and director at DVEIN) Fernando Domínguez Cózar shows off his mastery of style, tone and haunting photo-real 3D in these titles for Kike Maíllo’s second feature film, an action thriller called “Toro.” [Read more]

Hideyuki Tanaka: Kyary Pamyu Pamyu “Sai & Co”

Sai & Co Kyary Pamyu Pamyu | STASH MAGAZINE

Hideyuki Tanaka and his Tokyo prodco Frame Graphics prove maximalist bubblegum is alive and thriving in Japan with this kooky and complex candy store of motion capture, CG and compositing for the track “Sai & Co” from Japanese fashion model and singer Kiriko Takemura aka Kyary Pamyu Pamyu. [Read more]

Spectacular Sky Arts Rebrand IDs via MPC

Sky Arts Rebrand | STASH MAGAZINE

Part of a full rebrand for UK culture-oriented TV channel Sky Arts, these 25-second IDs from MPC in London mix live action and VFX to “visualize the transformation from ordinary to extraordinary through color.” [Read more]

Fons Schiedon and PostPanic: Jaimeo Brown “Be So Glad”

Be So Glad aimeo Brown | STASH MAGAZINE

A snowy night in New Jersey and some skeletal matchmoves lend an otherworldly aura in this stark and unvarnished music video from PostPanic’s Brooklyn-based director Fons Schiedon for jazz drummer and crossover artist Jaimeo Brown’s track called “Be So Glad.” [Read more]

Daniel Moshel “MeTube 2: August Sings Carmina Burana”

MeTube 2: August sings Carmina Burana | STASH MAGAZINE

In 2013 Austrian director Daniel Moshel unleashed a slice of campy weirdness called “MeTube: August Sings Carmen Habanera” featuring Swiss tenor August Schram, his mom Elfie and a Fellini-esque cast of misfits. Yesterday, Moshel struck again with a bigger, crazier, crowd-funded sequel. [Read more]