Agent 327: Operation Barbershop | Spy Short Film

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4 min | 2017 | Action | Animated | Short Films |

Agent 327: Operation Barbershop | Spy Short Film. This three-minute teaser for a full-length animated feature is based on Dutch artist Martin Lodewijk’s classic comics series Agent 327. The Blender Animation Studio is currently developing the story and seeks for funding to bring this adventurous comedy animation film to an international audience.

Our Review

“An instant classic” ~ Magnifisto

 

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Black Holes (Mature)

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12 min | 2017 | Comedy | Animated |

Check out this wacky and stylish CGI Animated proof of concept – “Black Holes” – An adult animated series about Dave, a mars-bound astronaut teamed up with a sentient melon who drives him to the brink of insanity.

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Video By The CGBros

Noodles is a Paris and Los Angeles-based studio founded by award winning artists, directors, and producers to create original contents in live action and animation. Since its inception, Noodles has produced films, art installations, music videos, viral commercials, virtual reality experiences presented in Sundance Film Festival, Festival de Cannes and Biennale di Venezia.

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Steve Little
Lola Delon
William Fichtner
Conrad Vernon
Jon Amirkhan
Michael Tomasetti

The short selected at Sundance is a 12 minutes proof of concept that we made at 4 animators in 4 months.

Pregame

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6 min | 2016 | Comedy |

A group of friends collapses under the pressure of New Years Eve.

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Pregame from Jeff Chan on Vimeo.

A short film in one take by Jeff Chan & Andrew Rhymer
Cast: Scarlett Bermingham, Christine Bullen, Maya Erskine, Brian McElhaney, Nick Reinhardt, Aaron Schroeder, Patrick Woodall
DP: Guy Godfree
1st AC: Daniel Worlock
Production Designer: Francesca Palombo
Art Assistant: Katherine Reed
Production Sound: Anthony Kozolowski
Post Sound Mixer: Steve Oliver
“Auld Lang Syne” performed by Alex Bleeker
Executive Producers: Matt Campbell & Greg Beauchamp
A Bindery Film

REDEEM The Beginning

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16 min | 2016 | Sci Fi |

Zero budget multi award winning sci-fi short film “REDEEM The Beginning” came from wanting to make a film about a female hero that people felt authentic and true. With the focus on making REDEEM an International feature film it has become a much-anticipated project Swedish that landed a film deal to be developed into a feature.
A brutal revenge story in a dystopian world.
In a weak and ruling society, not far from today’s world, where people are killed simply because they are poor, a young woman named Dina is murdered.
The brutal murder of her becomes a turning point when she is given a second chance to redeem her honor and cold-blooded revenge the perpetrators who took her life.

 

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GLIMMER

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4 min| 2016 | Sci Fi |

Glimmer tells the brief story of a mining robot that is sent to an uninhabited planet to collect rare crystals, when one day it finds more than it can handle.
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GLIMMER from Greg Zdunek on Vimeo.

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Greg Zdunek
ArtStation: https://www.artstation.com/artist/gregz
IMDb: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm7461917/
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gregzdunek
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Glimmer was entirely directed and produced by Greg Zdunek as the final graduation project for his degree at Monash University, Australia. Production was split across two semesters, 24 weeks in total, with the first semester being dedicated to asset development and the second to animation, lighting and compositing.
Throughout the production of the short film, Greg was also working as a Pipeline/Lighting TD at Luma Pictures, where he contributed to the visual effects of several Marvel films including Deadpool, Captain America: Civil War and Doctor Strange. This meant that Greg had a limited amount of time available to complete his student project in-between his professional work, which led to his decision to set the story around a short and simple idea, and restrict the entire film to less than 40 shots.
Autodesk Maya, Redshift, Nuke, World Machine, Quixel Suite and Cubase were the primary tools of choice, with Redshift being essential to rendering all the shots on time on just a single workstation PC.
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Original music composed and produced by Greg Zdunek.