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12 MARCH 2012

What Dreams May Come: imagining a painted world through vfx

"Ward's 'What Dreams May Come,' starring Robin Williams was nominated for production design in addition to winning an Academy Award for Best Visual Effects. The film, tells an epic love story of soul mates separated by death. The story would inspire Ward to envision the afterlife as a painted world, incorporating state–of–the–art, adapted, and entirely new visual effects technologies in an original, fully articulated, filmic view of imagined realms that may await us after death."

(Saville Productions)

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1998after deathafterlifeallegory • Annabella Sciorra • Aotearoa New Zealandboundary-crossingcontemplating mortality • Cuba Gooding Jr. • deathdreamemotion • eternity • Eurydiceexpressionexpressionisticexternalisationfantasyfantasy about deathfictional worldfilmflowerflowersheavenhellin the mindin transitin-limbointernal quest • Joel Hynek • Josh Rosen • LIDARlifelove storymemorymilestonemortalitymoving paintingNew Zealand filmmaker • Nick Brooks • oozingOrpheusOscarpaintpaint our own surroundingspainted worldpainting • Pierre Jasmin • psychologyremembrance • representing emotions • Richard Matheson • Robin Williams • romantic love • Ronald Bass • Scott Huntsman • self-realisationSFXsoulmatesspecial effectssurrealisticthemethreshold spaceunderworldVFXVincent Wardvisceral experiencevisual effectsvisual metaphorvisual spectacle • What Dreams May Come (1998) • wifeworld of the story

CONTRIBUTOR

Simon Perkins
23 DECEMBER 2008

Skin cancer campaign using self-destructing paint designed to illustrate the dramatic effects of sun exposure

"BBDO Auckland разработало оригинальный креатив для клиники Shire Skin Cancer Clinic, которая занимается проблемами рака кожи в Австралии. Особая технология наружной рекламы, использующая выгорающие на солнце краски, позволила разбить кампанию на 2 флайта. Изначально на принтах изображены люди, принимающие солнечные ванны. Но уже через несколько дней краска выгорает, создавая впечатление, что персонажи сгорели на солнце. Слоган: 'Смотрите, как тысячи австралийцев умирают каждый год'."

(AdMe.ru)

[anti skin cancer billboard campaign was created by Colenso BBDO (New Zealand) in 2001 for Australia's Shire Skin Cancer Clinic. The billboards showed images of Australian's enjoying the sun beside the caption 'watch how a thousand Australians die every year'. The murals were painted with special self–destructing paint designed to illustrate the dramatic effects of sun exposure.]

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CONTRIBUTOR

Simon Perkins
26 OCTOBER 2008

Len Lye: Swinging the Lambeth Walk

"Swinging the Lambeth Walk (1939), a four–minute, hand–painted Dufaycolor film 'with a colour accompaniment by Len Lye', matches visual motifs to musical instruments: diagonals introduce piano phrases, circles express drum beats, wavy horizontals represent guitars licks, vertical lines map base parts, etc. Primary red, blue and deep green colour fields are rendered frameless by upwardly cascading kite shapes, luminous tapered stripes, and batik–like patterns."

(Brett Kashmere, May 2007)

[Distributors: Govett Brewster Art Gallery, New Plymouth, Aotearoa New Zealand]

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1939animationAotearoa New Zealandcolourcolour and musicdirect filmdrawingdrawing on film • Dufaycolor • experimental filmfilmkiwi short filmsLen LyeNew Zealand filmmakerNZpaintscratch filmscratchingsound and image • Swinging the Lambeth Walk • UKvisual pattern

CONTRIBUTOR

Simon Perkins
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