Wholphin DVD Magazine of Unseen Films: The McSweeney's

Wholphin DVD Magazine of Unseen Films: The McSweeney's

Wholphin features a variety of extraordinary short films, docs, instructional videos, foreign sitcoms, and other cinema hybrids that deserve to be seen on very expensive televisions.

  • Marcel the Shell with Shoes On is a delightful and slightly sad little character in this stop motion animated short directed by Dean Fleischer-Camp and voiced (not enhanced) by actress, comedienne, writer and 2009-2010 SNL cast me... Marcel the Shell with Shoes On is a delightful and slightly sad little character in this stop motion animated short directed by Dean Fleischer-Camp and voiced (not enhanced) by actress, comedienne, writer and 2009-2010 SNL cast member Jenny Slate. He's fast becoming beloved by millions of people and after watching the 3:20 minute video, you can see why. I want my own Marcel. Only he has to leave the lint-dog at home.

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  • hey budding directors and filmmakers (or just those who lie short films). Philips TV is promoting their cinematic tv with these awesome five short films that all use the same 6 lines of dialogue. And they have announced a comp... hey budding directors and filmmakers (or just those who lie short films). Philips TV is promoting their cinematic tv with these awesome five short films that all use the same 6 lines of dialogue. And they have announced a competition for you to make the 6th one!

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  • Here's Logorama, the 16 minute animated short film that won the Oscar last night, in its entirety. As well as trailer, stills, and other tidbits.

  • FilmBUFFsters is just not a site to watch short films, extracts of movies or indeed the latest film trailer anymore, it is also a place to keep abreast with Hollywood’s shenanigans. The site also promises to be a source of entert... FilmBUFFsters is just not a site to watch short films, extracts of movies or indeed the latest film trailer anymore, it is also a place to keep abreast with Hollywood’s shenanigans. The site also promises to be a source of entertainment news, showbiz gossip and news coverage of new film releases. The site is dedicated to those who eat sleep and breath movies. Not only can you watch film clips, animations and short independent films, you can now also go behind the scenes of recently made movies and also hear firsthand the processes actors and directors had to go through to ensure the film was made. This is expected to add more value and integrity to the site. The idea is quite simple, according to the spokeswoman on FilmBUFFsters. “Naturally anyone who likes a movie clip or film trailer would also like to know the actor or director’s reasoning behind the pre and post production of the film. As long as FilmBUFFs are happy to watch these behind the scenes interviews, we are happy to give it to them “ Apart for the two TV channels on the TV page, FilmBUFFsters are in the process of releasing more editorial content (showbiz, interviews and behind the scene footage) on to the page. We also have inside information that touched on the subject of adding film festival content on to the site as well. The future seems bright for FilmBUFFsters, it is also in their plans to stream full movies, and also take cinema bookings. If you combine this with their current ability to sell cheap DVD’s and rentals to their members, this could be the film sharing site of the future!

  • Surreal and captivating short film and finalist in the 2010 Nikon Festival, a national film competition sponsored by Nikon.

  • Good things come in small packages. This is a collection of all those lovely Pixar short films that have been highly recognized. Also available on Blu-Ray.

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  • For those who already know the short films of the Brothers Quay, Phantom Museums is a welcome, thorough investigation of a lifelong dedication to stop-motion animation and dream sequence narratives. For those just discovering this... For those who already know the short films of the Brothers Quay, Phantom Museums is a welcome, thorough investigation of a lifelong dedication to stop-motion animation and dream sequence narratives. For those just discovering this identical twin team of Stephen and Timothy Quay, Phantom Museums is the place to start. This two-disc set includes roughly twenty of their projects, chronologically spanning thirty years. Inspired by the old-fashioned look of early animated features such as The Adventures of Prince Achmed, as well as Jan Svankmajer and Jiri Barta's films, The Brothers Quay built their reputation on combining the quaintness and delicacy of early animation with present day macabre. As miniaturists, they painstakingly hand assembled decadent sets, such as an ancient library, a shrunken head vault at the natural history museum, and spiral staircases. Homemade dolls with missing eyes, pins, needles, and screws, protractors, and other tiny metallic things, make characters and their environs grotesquely techno, framed by carnivalesque camerawork in which the viewer experiences scenes from every possible angle. Highly anatomical, they sometimes use steaks and livers to represent doll innards. Watching these films now, one appreciates their Goth quality, especially because of the romantic, classical musical accompaniment. Their influence on the music video industry is also apparent. Each film has a unique story and production design, so that although the overall Quay aesthetic is clear, variation avoids redundancy. Phantom Museums also includes director commentary, alternate versions, and a wonderful filmed interview with the pair, in which they discuss their father forcing them to choose between either becoming gym teachers or artists. Lucky for us.

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  • Very cool. Very interesting. ______________________________ from the site: An abridged history of American-centric warfare, from WWII to present day, told through the foods of the countries in conflict. For a breakdown of ... Very cool. Very interesting. ______________________________ from the site: An abridged history of American-centric warfare, from WWII to present day, told through the foods of the countries in conflict. For a breakdown of the actual battles portrayed in the film, visit: http://www.touristpictures.com/foodfi... For the official cheat sheet (breakdown of the foodstuffs), visit: http://www.touristpictures.com/foodfi... Now, to answer some FAQs... - The food in this film was consumed either by myself or my dog after shooting. None of the cast went to waste. - The software used was photoshop and after effects. - The film took me 3 months to do. - Although it seems like stop motion, most of it was stop motion created within After effects, using keyframe animation. I am basically moving the food around within the the program, frame by frame, which is the same as traditional stop motion, only it's digital.

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  • onedotzero's new dvd with amazing music videos, motion graphic and short films. mind blowing graphics from brilliant directors

  • Wim Vandekeybus has always had a great fascination for film. Not only has it been an important source of inspiration for his dance performances, film and video are also important media in which Vandekeybus expresses his intense im... Wim Vandekeybus has always had a great fascination for film. Not only has it been an important source of inspiration for his dance performances, film and video are also important media in which Vandekeybus expresses his intense imagination. Through his passion, he has created thirteen films over the past twenty years. To celebrate the twentieth anniversary of the company, Ultima Vez has released a unique DVD COLLECTORS BOX, containing an anthology of Vandekeybus video and film work. This triple DVD box contains the feature length dance films Blush, In Spite of Wishing and Wanting, La Mentira and Roseland and prize winning short films such as Inasmuch, The Last Words and Elba & Federico. With music from, among others, Peter Vermeersch and Thierry De Mey, David Byrne, Marc Ribot, David Eugene Edwards (Woven Hand & 16 Horsepower) and more than two hours of extras.

  • This is a great online video magazine! It features films online and for free in the categories: Art, Shorts, Animation, Music, Interviews, Documentation... It's a german project - so all the textes are in german - but the videos a... This is a great online video magazine! It features films online and for free in the categories: Art, Shorts, Animation, Music, Interviews, Documentation... It's a german project - so all the textes are in german - but the videos are from all over the world (Israel, USA, Spain, Italy, Canada etc.)...