Directed by: Geoff + Darren Donovan (Blame Your Brother)
Animation: Darren Donovan + Amy Tepperman
FX Animation: Darren Donovan
Art Direction / Background Design: Geoff Donovan
Character Design: Darren Donovan
Music: Colin Kelday
Sound Design + Mix: Sebastien Breton
Picture Edit: Miles Davren
Copia A is the second short film produced by Trexel Animation.
This film was made independently and without any budget in the free time available during the studio´s commercial projects.
Tells the adventures and misfortunes of Demódoco, a projectionist, who discovers by chance a one-of-a-kind way to get pleasure. However, abusing it leads to risky consequences.
Script, design and direction: Gervasio Rodríguez Traverso & Pablo Alberto Díaz.
Original soundtrack: Bernardo Francese & Fernando Chiesa.
Animation: Gervasio Rodriguez Traverso, Pablo A. Díaz y Nicolás Broner.
Sound: Bernardo Francese, Fernando Chiesa, Juan Elías y Anibal Tonianez.
Co – Director´s biography:
Gervasio Rodriguez Traverso and Pablo A. Díaz started working as a team while studying Image & Sound Design at Buenos Aires University (UBA), where they took classes with Rodolfo Saenz Valiente, full professor and head of the Animation Department.
In 2003 they finished “SuperBot”, their first animated short film.
In 2004 they founded Trexel Animation, a studio dedicated to the production of CGI material. Since then they have been working in prestigious projects including films, TV shows, advertistments and web sites.
With the production of their second animated short film, “”A” copy” (2009), they are moving on to a new stage in which the production of their own personal material will take the central spot in the studio.
Cedric Nicolas-Troyan’s film short, Carrot vs. Ninja. Troyan both inked and directed, with character design and VFX by The Mill L.A. and music/sound design from The Lodge.
A short film about Awesomefest 2011, an incredible event held at Mallory park, no comps, just a fun weekend of driving, skating, bikes, motox and great music.
Soundtrack : TMS – I Need You (ShockOne Remix)
Animation by Steve Cutts
A short hand-drawn animation created in Adobe Flash and After Effects about one mans reflection on his life. Music by Guided by Voices.
Shot entirely on the Nokia N8 mobile phone. Winner of the Nokia Shorts competition 2011.
Director: JW Griffiths
Producer: Kurban Kassam
Director of Photography: Christopher Moon
Editor: Marianne Kuopanportti
Sound Design: Mauricio d’Orey
Music composed by: Lennert Busch
Head of Design Production: Danielle Amaral
Design Director: Jeff Stevens
Producer: Emily Branham
Creative Director: Mario Stipinovich
Art Director/Lead Animator: Emmett Dzieza
Lead Designer: Bryan Louie
CG Lead: Chris Bernier
CG Lead Renderer: Justin Kurtz
CG Effects Lead: Vince Baertsoen
Editor: Ryan McKenna
Assistant Editor: Jonathan Rippon
Smoke Artist: Tristian Wake
Colorist: Fergus McCall
Storyboard artist: Mike Marcicano
Designer: Rob Modini
Designer: John Koltai
Design R&D: Justin Demetritian
Compositor/animator: Bowe King
Compositor/animator: Gap Sangpattharamatee
Compositor/animator: Brian Hayes
Compositor: Lloyd Alvarez
CG Animation Consultant: Joshua Merck
CG Animator: Sam Crees
CG Animator: Ross Scroble
CG Renderer: Jackie Liao
CG Effects: Hassan Taimur
CG Effects: Dave Barosin
CG Modeller: Stan Ilin
CG Modeller: Daniel Bollwerk
Greg Mirzoyan – Bombing the salt mine (“Wieliczka” Krakow, Poland) during a Rollerblade shoot.
Filmed by Ben Brillante
Field Productions is proud to present their eighth ski movie installment: Being There.
With some of the best skiers within all aspects of modern freeskiing, and a passionate film crew equipped with the best of HD cameras, this movie will both thrill and amaze you. Along side amazing action shots and mind blowing scenery, this movie will give you a behind the scenes look at the production itself.
You should have been there when wonder kid Jesper Tjäder shocked the whole film crew with his urban skiing or when Tom Wallisch was head of production at Strandafjellet. You should have been there when Aleksander Aurdal proved how much of a man he is or when Aksel Lund Svindal had unforgettable days in Lofoten.
Missed it? Well, don´t worry. This movie will take you there.
Aksel Lund Svindal
Asbjørn Eggeboe Naess
Digermulen Lofoten, Norway
Streets of Norway
Black Diamond Lodge, Japan
Proudly supported by: Swix, Head, Norwegian, Peak Performance, Fri Flyt, Discovery Channel, Arcteryx, BCA, Sweet Protection, K2, Volkl, Bergans, SBC Skier, SB Clothing