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1. ‘Wide Open’ by Dominic Hawley and Nic Goffey

Music video for The Chemical Brothers "Wide Open" featuring vocals by Beck and dancer Sonoya Mizuno.

The post ‘Wide Open’ by Dominic Hawley and Nic Goffey appeared first on Cartoon Brew.

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2. ‘Change My Head’ by Thomas McMahan

An experimental animation using motion capture data set to Autolux's song "Change My Head."

The post ‘Change My Head’ by Thomas McMahan appeared first on Cartoon Brew.

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3. ‘Lilac’ by Toshikazu Tamura

A music video for Vampillia's new album "The Divine Move."

The post ‘Lilac’ by Toshikazu Tamura appeared first on Cartoon Brew.

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4. ‘FloriDada’ by PFFR

"FloriDada" is a music video from Animal Collective’s new album Painting With.

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5. Iran’s Hoorakhsh Studio Creates “Pegasus” for King Raam

One of Iran's leading animation studios, Hoorakhsh has created a new music video for King Raam.

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6. Video Sunday: Hits ’em With His Head Edition

So, fun fact. I read a serious 2017 Newbery contender a couple months ago and it looks like they may release it in the nearish future (February 2nd). I’m calling 2016 as The Year of the Fox, by the way, since both Sara Pennypacker and Kathi Appelt have fox related middle grades on the horizon. This is a particularly nice little book trailer for the Pennypacker book, and not just because they get my current workplace correct. It’s a classy little number.

Betcha bottom dollar you’ll need to read it.

You know, when I hear about librarian parody videos, I naturally assume that they’re done of the latest, hottest song. It’s almost a relief to see one of, of all things, Bohemian Rhapsody. What’s next? Eye of the Tiger? Cause I’ll take it!

Thanks to Aunt Judy for the link.

As you may have heard, the internet being what it is, there’s a new illustrator of Harry Potter in town and his name is Jim Kay.  A whole host of new images were released the other day, and that was swell, but sometimes it’s nice to hear from the artist himself.

You know, I thought I’d posted this video before but it appears I somehow didn’t.  Ah well.  It isn’t a Video Sunday without at least one 80s style toy ad.  Such as it is.

Thanks to Dana Sheridan for the link!

And for today’s Off-Topic Video I’m going to say, “YES! I KNOW HE DOESN’T HIT THE BRICKS WITH HIS HEAD BUT WITH HIS FIST! THIS IS STILL FUNNY, CONSARN IT!” Phew! Had to get that out there.

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7. ‘Steve Polyester’ by Angela Stempel

A music video for the Ava Luna song "Steve Polyester" directed by Angela Stempel.

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8. ‘My Africa’ by Sariel Keslasi

Sariel Keslasi animates a song from the new double album of Gilad Kahana.

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9. ‘White River’ by Manddy Wyckens, Anthony Lejeune and Lea Justum

This is a story of a vanished kingdom, a forgotten hero, and a once sacred place.

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10. ‘Quoth the Raven’ by Laurent Lichou

A personal project, loosely based on the poem by Edgar Allan Poe "The Raven."

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11. ‘Amaro and Walden’s Joyride’ by Tim McCourt and Max Taylor

Meet Amaro and Walden, two rowdy boy racer-hipsters who don't give a bleep.

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12. ‘Chella Ride’ by Golden Wolf

Electronic music acts Skrillex and Boys Noize recently approached London-based animation studio Golden Wolf to create a music video for their collaborative, experimental music project ‘Dog Blood.’

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13. ‘VBFkt Ub/Migraine’ by Andreas Martini

Andreas Martini created this video for the song "VBFkt Ub/Migraine" by Mtch. Both the video and audio will be a part of the upcoming Krux records compilation "black box one."

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14. Video Sunday: And to think . . .

And here I thought that Dr. Seuss films began with The 5,000 Fingers of Dr. T and those short animated specials and ended with stuff like the CGI fests we’re seeing in theaters practically every year.  Not so!  Good old stop-animation also has had a hand in Seuss’s silver screen career.  Interestingly, this is the only film version (that I know of) of And To Think I Saw It On Mulberry Street.


And To Think I Saw it on Mulberry Street by CarlStallingEnthusiast

Fun Fact: Beatrix Potter was a fan of the book.  Thanks so much to Phil Nel for the link!

So the official trailer for The Giver movie came out.  Like so:

Two words: Ruh-roh.  Or is that one word?  Hm.  By the way, 100 points to the first person who makes a mock version of this video with the title “The Giver Tree”.  I will honestly and truly send you a cookie if you make that thing.  Scout’s honor.

So a couple weeks ago we were watching the Oscars and I was happy to find that all the nominated songs were interesting and good.  But I’ll confess to you that the one that interested me the least was the U2 song.  I’m just not a U2 girl.  Joshua Tree lovers, pelt me with your stones at will.  But wait!  Hold fast your flying rocks because I just discovered a fascinating fact.  Actually someone that I’ve now forgotten (someone at a dinner, I suspect) shared this with me very recently.  If you watch the music video for the U2 song “Ordinary Love” you will find that all the writing in it (and there’s a lot) looks a bit familiar.  Know why?  Bloody blooming Oliver Jeffers did it!  I kid you not!  Wowie-zowie.  An honest-to-goodness kidlit connection.

This man may have the most famous handwriting in the business today.

Now I’m about to go all adorable on you.  Or rather, these kindergartners are.  You may recall that a year or so ago I presented a video created by Arturo Avina and his kindergarten class from LAUSD’s Olympic Primary Center.  They had adapted Miss Nelson Is Missing and it was a great look at how you can combine digital technology, reading skills, and literature into a project.  Well, Arturo wrote me recently to let me know the sequel was out.  You betcha.  It’s Miss Nelson Is Back.  Check it out:

Says Arturo, “At first, I was skeptical about how this class would tackle it because they did not come in as high academically as last year’s class.  However, a beautiful thing happened.  When my students saw what last year’s class did, they wanted to do the same, and as a result, they stepped up to the plate and succeeded…in spades.  I am particularly proud of this class because they did not start off in third base like last year’s class.  They started off at home plate and hit a home run.The reaction to our movie has been enthusiastically positive by all who have watched it so far. At this point, several parents and teachers have contacted me to let me know that their kids absolutely LOVE it!   It is still my hope that teachers, parents, and kids are entertained by our efforts and hopefully encouraged to blend more dramatic arts into literacy activities. We also hope that this can be used a resource in the classroom.  We poured an incredible about of work and love into our project, and it is with great joy and pride that we present it to the world.”

Thank you for sharing this with us, Arturo!  You have some seriously amazing actors on your hands.  Hollywood, take note.

And since we were already talking about the Oscar nominated songs earlier, might as well play this.  It’s the fun little video all your 10-year-old daughters have already seen featuring Idina Menzel, Jimmy Fallon and The Roots.  Just cuz.

By the way, is it fair to say that Idina Menzel has spent most of her working career the idol of 12-year-old girls?  Other folks too, but to go from Rent to Wicked to Frozen . . . well, it’s impressive.

 

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15. Peter Gabriel’s ‘Sledgehammer’ Re-Animated by Disabled Artists

Dolphin Burger Studios, a workshop for disabled artists and animators in Brighton, England, has produced a fan-remake of the memorable stop-motion music video for Peter Gabriel's “Sledgehammer.”

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16. Takeshi Murata in St. Louis and New York

As one of the few animators to successfully cross over into the lucrative world of fine art, Takeshi Murata (b. 1974) has produced a wide range of video works that range from hand-drawn, computer-assisted animation to randomly distorted clips from films and TV shows a la glitch art, such as "Untitled (Pink Dot)" (2007), drawn from "Rambo," or "Timewarp Experiment" (2007) from "Three’s Company."

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17. Juanjo Guarnido’s ‘Freak of the Week’ is A Traditionally-Animated Stunner

"Freak of the Week," a music video for the Swedish rock band Freak Kitchen, premiered online today, and it just might be the most classically animated teeth-gnashing and hair-flipping metal you've seen in your lifetime.

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18. ‘All I’m Saying’ by Péter Vácz

A man goes on a quest to find the spirit of a woman to whom he could never say goodbye.

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19. ‘Pivot’ by Louis Morton

Official music video for “Pivot” by Katie Gately. This is a small excerpt from a 14 minute track. Video was created using over 2,000 drawings, a few dozen branches, 2 lights, 1 camera and 1 computer. Making of HERE. See Also: Louis Morton’s Passer Passer, which was part of Cartoon Brew’s 2013 Student Animation Festival.

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20. ‘The Curse of the Sad Mummy’ by Riot Games

Every child in Valoran has heard the tale before, about the cursed mummy boy who felt his heart no more.

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21. Sylvian Chomet Made A Music Video With Europop Star Stromae

Sylvain Chomet teams up with Belgian music star Stromae to warn of the tweetpocalypse.

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22. ‘Alfonso Muskedunder’ by Bendik Kaltenborn and Espen Friberg

A music video for Norwegian musician Todd Terje.

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23. ‘John Lennon Sketchbook’ Makes Official Online Debut

A poignant peek into the mind of a Beatle whose talents extended past creating immortal music.

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24. ‘Shapes’ by Gustavo Almenara

Official video music for "Shapes" by the band Metismatic.

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25. ‘The Synesthesia Ghost’ by Atsushi Makino

A music video from Japan for Sasanomaly's "The Synesthesia Ghost."

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