The Man Behind The Mountain - An Intimate Look at American Folk Artist Leonard Knight from Don’t Sleep Productions on Vimeo.

Directed/Edited - Ben Stoddard & David Ehrenreich
Director of Photography - David Ehrenreich
Music - Brennan Lloyd
Sound Design - Nate Evans

Salvation Mountain is known around the world as a burst of color in the desert outside Niland, California, on the Mexican border. A one-man monument built over three decades piece by piece; it is a gradual accruement of hope, love and joy in physical form.

Less is known about the man who built it, Leonard Knight, mostly because that’s the way he liked it. An unassuming man, he preferred to let his mountain speak for itself. It did just that, in bright, bold colors and optimistic messages.

After visiting the mountain multiple times, filmmakers Ben Stoddard and Dave Ehrenreich spent an intimate extended stay with Leonard at Salvation Mountain. Rather than add to the already vast lexicon on the mountain as an object, they chose to focus their attention on the man who built it. Through interviews with Leonard and his inner circle of friends that cared for him in his fading years, they hoped to learn about and showcase the enigmatic artist himself.

To learn more about the preservation of Salvation Mountain please visit - salvationmountain.org

Miguel CHEVALIER Tapis magiques 2014 Casablanca (Version courte) from Claude Mossessian on Vimeo.

Un film de Claude Mossessian © Claude Mossessian

Miguel CHEVALIER
Tapis Magiques 2014

Installation de réalité virtuelle générative et interactive
Musique : Michel Redolfi

Journées du Patrimoine de Casablanca
Avec l’Institut français de Casablanca

Logiciel : Cyrille Henry / Antoine Villeret
50 x 10 m / 164.04 x 32.81 ft


Eglise du Sacré Coeur - Casablanca (Maroc)

Tapis Magiques revisite la tradition de l’art islamique, notamment de la mosaïque et des tapis. Un méga tapis de lumière couvre le sol de l’ancienne église du Sacré Coeur. Lors des déplacements des spectateurs, des perturbations dans la trajectoire des courbes se créent sous leurs pieds. Ce monde de couleurs et de formes en mouvement nous entraine dans l’univers magique des Contes des Mille et Une Nuits avec la musique de Michel Redolfi.

Cette installation a été rendue possible grâce au concours de l’Institut Français et de Voxels Productions.

Magic Carpets 2014

Generative and interactive virtual-reality installation
Music : Michel Redolfi
Software: Cyrille Henry / Antoine Villeret
50 x 10 m / 164.04 x 32.81 ft


Magic Carpets revisit the tradition of the Islamic art, in particular the mosaic and the carpets.
A huge light carpet covers the floor of Sacré Coeur church. When the viewer moves, the trajectory of the curves is disrupted under their feet.
This world of colors and forms in movement, invites us into the magic universe of the « Arabian Nights » and the flying carpets with the music of Michel Redolfi.

This installation has been made possible thanks to the French Institut et de Voxels Productions.

Orman from Burcu & Geoffrey on Vimeo.

A little project we started a while ago in our spare time.
The idea was to create different scenes of nature, one leading to another, each time with a little trigger, and without any cut. Here are the two scenes we’ve made so far.

Replay from Paulin Girard on Vimeo.

Replay, an Iphone App to make some videos.

Direction & Production at Stupeflix
Sound design & original soundtrack : Jean Patry
Voice-over : Beau Stephenson

Lurpak - Lightest from Blink on Vimeo.

Directed by Dougal Wilson
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Lurpak and Wieden+Kennedy are giving healthy food a bright and cheerful makeover with their new campaign for Lurpak® Lightest Spreadable, and they wisely brought in Dougal to help them spread the word. Fresh from an incredible year rounded off by his immensely popular ‘The Long Wait’ for John Lewis, Dougal lends his uniquely charming touch to a good cause: getting people to eat more vegetables.

Celebrating cooking in its most vibrant form, we’re reminded that healthy food doesn’t have to be boring. In fact, with the help of past collaborators such as editor Joe Guest and art director Andy Kelly, Dougal makes it look downright spectacular. There’s also a catchy little ditty that’ll stay in your head all day, with the stars of the show providing not only a riot of colour but musical accompaniment as well.

Watch the video, sing along and get chopping! But watch your fingers…

SAU POLER “ISOLATED” from Joan Guasch on Vimeo.

Artist: Sau Poler
Song: ISOLATED
Single: A Soundless Echo (Atomnation)
Direction and animation: Joan Guasch

soundcloud.com/sau-poler

Sequestered Trailer from Whitehouse Content on Vimeo.

"Sequestered Trailer"
Director: Lucas Spaulding
Editor: Lucas Spaulding

WOODOO from Andre Maat on Vimeo.

A short stop-motion study on wood.
I wanted to play with the shape and consistency of wood and bring it to life. Hope you enjoy!

Thanks to Mike Zonneveld (hands), Lux&Co (lighting), Fablab Amsterdam (lasercutting), freesound.org (sound fx), Chop Wood (music)

Light Installation for the Montreux Jazz Festival from Cauboyz on Vimeo.

Installation made for the announcement of the Montreux Jazz Festival 2014 programme.
A Wurlitzer 200A (1972) is connected to 64 light boxes. One key turns on one light.

programme 2014 : montreuxjazzfestival.com/fr/programme14

Thanks to :
Jerry Léonide (Wurlitzer player)
Simon Henner (Music & Wurlitzer player)
Livier Baumgartner (Woodwork)

© Cauboyz / Montreux Jazz Festival