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23 Sep 2009

VINCIL FROM UMMO – Clip “Saint-Louis”

Directed by Dittongraph for Vincil from Ummo.
“Saint Louis” taken from “Betty drums” album.

Animation réalisée par Dittongraph pour “Vincil from Ummo”.
Extrait de l’album “Betty Drums”, disponible début septembre 2009.

Contacts / Collaborations :

Vincil from Ummo :

Dittongraph :

Supanimal :

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23 Sep 2009

Training Birds of Prey

A project I shot and produced on behalf of the Little Rock Zoo. You’ll see a team of folks from the World Bird Sanctuary preparing exotic birds from around the world for its show in Little Rock.

Special thanks to Jeff Clanton of Conway, Arkansas, for the original musical score.

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23 Sep 2009

The Lost Coin

A film by Daniel Britt and Joseph Pelling

Richard O’ Callaghan as The Coin

Sound design and score by Andrew Kinnear

‘I Can Achieve Anything’
Music by Martin Messent
Lyrics by D.Britt, J.Pelling
Performed by M.Messent

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23 Sep 2009

The Forest

Antonia is a 12 year old girl. She often has daydreams, in which she wanders of in to a magical far away forest, were she hides from the problems of the real world. One day, however, her father takes drastic measures and she has to face a decision.

Is your inner peace an utopian state until you have finally escaped the grip of the society and its rules? Or is affirmation a faster way to your personal luck? And what are you supposed to do, if you have to answer this question at the age of 12?

In the Animated Short “The Forest” by David Scharf, the protagonist has to cope with this question and her hostile environment and finds a simple but radical solution.

Watch with subtitles, or dowload press material on

Conceived, written, directed and animated by
David Scharf

Sound and Music
Javi Otero & César Meler, 48 Billion Atoms

Speakers voice girl
Neath Champion-Weeks

Speakers voice TV Ads
Stephen Taylor

André Ljosaj

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23 Sep 2009

The Falcon

The Falcon is a steampunk stop-motion film in HD that stars Professor Weston (ISO 50), Silly Patty (+2/-2 EV) and ‘Howell’ the Owl (f/256), during the Age of Argus, as they journey throughout the Focal Kingdom searching for a decent meal.

The Falcon is composed entirely of macro-photographed hardware pieces from disassembled vintage/antique cameras and features music from artist Thunderball, with sound design by Bret Johnson. From A.gfa to Z.eiss, and whatever your (small, medium or large) format, The Falcon has a perspective for everyone. Visit for the full story/synopsis. Special appearance by: the Aperturians and Howell’s wife Bell.

Partial list of parts: Falcon Minette, Argus AF & C3, Mercury II, Yashica TL, assorted Weston Light Meters, various Polaroid Land Cameras.

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