“When the guys at Interscope and Blood Company approached us about doing a music video for Zedd’s Paper Cut, we knew it would be the perfect opportunity to try out an idea we had been toying with for a while: gathering a dream team of some of our favourite artists from around the world to create one cohesive film using a variety of styles.
After coming up with the storyline we put together a script, storyboard and animatic and then divided the shots between ourselves and 10 of our favourite collaborators, with the only guideline being to work in black and white with a hand drawn feel.
Produced and directed by Golden Wolf”
“An excerpt from the upcoming film ‘Buster Williams – Bass to Infinity’ directed by Adam Kahan. This is part 2 of 3 of Buster’s introduction to life on the road with legendary jazz musicians Gene Ammons and Sonny Stitt when Buster was 18 and right out of high school. More to come…”
“CROSSCALL, creator of the outdoor mobile technology market, launches its new CORE range for outdoor pros. NŌBL developed an animated graphic language showcasing the unique features of these new devices.”
Stunting work production by Elastic. The direction reminds me of stuff I did in 2019. It great when this have a message hidden within the beautiful craftsmanship.
“The rough cut is where the magic happens.” We all experience struggles with being creative, believing in ourselves, and finding the best language to share our ideas. There’s an infinite battle between the concept in our minds and what gets put to paper. This short is all about the creative process, and how vulnerable we are as artists.
Because this is a universal experience, we connected with friends from around the world and enlisted their help in telling this story. Oh, and we also used their true voices in the voiceover.”
With the unrest in America lately it’s great to know the history and appreciate the progress we do have and how important it is to never give up until we have true “equality” for all.
“Throughout her life, Rosa Parks repeatedly challenged racial violence and the prejudiced systems protecting its perpetrators. But this work came at an enormous risk – and a personal price.”