The Pool was more than a BMX comp, it was one of the most extra-ordinary gatherings of the BMX community this century.
From the draining of a soon to be demolished local authority swimming pool in Dagenham, East London, into a world class park in less than two weeks was a feat in itself, but to see the diversity and level or riding on display at the launch event was truly remarkable.
40 international riders with a brand new team format saw non-comp riders, veterans, street destroyers and park animals all throw down into something far better than we could have dreamt of.
Dennis Enarson, Chad Kerley, Josh Harrington and Jeremiah Smith
Best Line: (Awarded to Ruben’s team)
Ruben Alcantara, Kevin Kalkoff, Sergio Layos, and Tom Dugan
Best Rider: (Rider’s choice)
Brian Foster – Gap to curved wallride out of the deep end
The Pool is free to ride until the 12th June 2011
Filmed by Peter Adam and Hadrien Picard.
Edited by Hadrien Picard.
Melvin the Magical Mixed Media Machine (or just Melvin the Machine) can be described as a Rube Goldberg machine with a twist. Besides doing what Rube Goldberg’s do best – performing a simple task as inefficiently as possible, often in the form of a chain reaction – Melvin has an identity. Actually, the only purpose of this machine is promoting its own identity.
Melvin takes pictures and makes video’s of his audience which he instantly uploads to his website, facebook and twitter account. Besides that he makes his own merchandise. All of this within 4 minutes of craziness which you just have to witness yourself.
Concept & art direction: HEYHEYHEY | Designteam De Ploeg: HEYHEYHEY, Frank Winnubst, Bas van Hout, Bart Bekker, Jeroen Hezemans, Wouter Corvers, Bram de Vries, Dick Lafeber | Directed & produced by: HEYHEYHEY | Steadicam operator: Joost van Poppel | Focuspuller: Adriaan van de Polder | Boom operator: Andre Philips | Sound mixed by: Bram Meindersma | Editing by: Sander van der Aa | Music: Woody & Paul | Sponsors: MU, The Cre8ion.Lab, De Ploeg, Municipality of Eindhoven.
A young boy moves to a new neighbourhood and falls in love for the first time, with the much older girl next door.
Visit us at polderanimation.com
Bastiaan Schravendeel (Director)
Jean-Paul Tossings (Technical director)
Sander Kamermans (Art director)
Piebe van der Storm (Set designer)
Peter van der Velden (Sound)
Alex Debicki (Music)
Bob Kommer Studios (Mix)
Egbert de Ruiter (Supervising teacher HKU)
il Luster Films
Agency: Leagas Delaney Praha
Production Company: weareflink@Bakery Films
Creative Lead: Niko Tziopanos
Director of Photography: Roman Jakobi
Executive Producer: Andreas Lampe, Florian Sigl
Producer: Karsten Müller, Tini Schwarz
Lead CG Artist & Compositing: Moritz Gläsle
CG Artists: Nils Engler, Stefan Galleithner, Phillip von Preuschen, Martin Sächsinger, Christian Schnellhammer, Alex Heyer, Niko Tziopanos
Compositing: Moritz Gläsle, Markus Gratl, Alexander von der Lippe
Music & Sound Design: Supreme Music, Hamburg
Project Title: Doc to Dock “SOS: Save Our Supplies”
Film Location: Brooklyn, New York
More Info: doc2dock.org
Project Toolset: RED MX and Canon 5D digital camera systems for principal photography. Apple Final Cut Pro for editing and Adobe After Effects for finishing.
Client: Doc to Dock, Inc.
Advertising Agency: Modernista
Executive Creative Director: Gary Koepke
Creative Directors: Will Uronis, Davi Liu, Xavier Teo
Copywriter: Lorelei Bandrovschi
Director of Production: Liz Shook
Production Company: Shilo
Director: Cassidy Gearhart
Co-Director: Julian King
Director of Photography: Tristan Sheridan
Production Designer: Jeff Everett
Box Art Direction and Design: Mike Cina
Editor: Julian King & Cassidy Gearhart
Color Correction: Julian King
Executive Producer: Tracy Chandler
Producer: Jeremy Yaches
Music: Zoe Keating “Optimist”
Sound Design/Mix: Mike Secher, Soundtrack
A rapid re-telling of the story of “Swan Lake”, rapidly animated by Greg Holfeld using only the traditional tools of paper, pencils and coffee. Shortlisted for Tropfest 2011. For more info about the film, please visit sumolake.blogspot.com/