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My Blackberry is not working!

Ronnie Corbett and Harry Enfield star in this fruity sketch from The One Ronnie. A very clever sketch bringing the best comedy of the 70s and 80s right into the 21st Century.


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François-Xavier Schaeffer's curator insight, October 1, 2013 3:22 PM

Such a classic, I can play it over and over. If you don't know it yet, have a break and enjoy!

James Rukas's curator insight, October 2, 2013 12:00 PM

Ya gotta see this folks! Thsi video's a riot!!

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Example of Parallel Editing in "The Silence of the Lambs" (1991)

"The Silence of the Lambs" (1991) is owned by MGM, and it cannot be copied, shared, reproduced, or broadcast in whole or in part without written consent by i...

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Film Editing: Is it an Art or a Craft?

In a lively piece on his blog, editor Ron Sussman wonders if film editing should be considered an art or a craft. He writes, "There is no doubt that film editing is an art form.

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Gulf Oil Spill amazing animated info-graphic

Last year's Gulf Oil Spill released 205 million gallons of oil — such a huge amount, it's hard to get your mind around. 


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Ron Paul's What If ? Remastered

Ron Paul's "What If" videographic. Beautiful animated typography.


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More US Prisoners than Farmers: Jailbirds

A thousand prisons in the US have been built in the last two decades: here some interesting facts to ponder.


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Water: Our Liquid Oxygen - [Video Infographic]

Water and its relevance for mankind explained in less than 4 mins. Simple, but professionaly designed and very effective. Clean typography and great copy. 

Recommended. 9/10. 


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The World's Thinking

An excellent video infographic promoting the Harvard Business School. Clean design, strong message, low-profile branding. 


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Social Music Revolution

This video infographic takes a closer look at the “social music revolution” and how services like Spotify and Turntable.FM are not only providing a legal alternative to illegally downloading music, but adding to the listening experience thanks to their social media integration.


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Great Animation and Motion Graphics Design at Work: History and Showcase

Where is the boundary between animated films and motion graphic design?

This video (9:30") helps you see the different kinds of animated graphics and motion design approaches that can be used today.

 

The video is part of the "Motion PLus Design" project which aims to bring inside an exhibition centre in Paris, the work of Motion Design artists.

Informative, instuctional. Aesthetically stunning. 9/10


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The Fundamental Elements of Design

A simple but very effective animation video, illustrating the basis of brand design. Direction, Design, Animation, Writing: Erica Gorochow EP, Writing: Karl Sluis Sound, Music: Michael Coffman.


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The Corruption Perceptions Index 2011

A very clean and minimalist visual approach for this video devoted to raise awareness for greater transparency against corruption. 


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Infographic SmartHotel

This infographic animation was made for SmartHotel to show the service they provide to clients. It uses a combination of 2D photographs and 3D elements to create a different looking infographic.


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Film Transitions

The way in which any two video shots are joined together is called the transition. Transitions are very important — everyone from the camera operator to the editor must have a good understanding of how to make effective transitions.

The most common transition is the cut, in which one shot changes instantly to the next. The next most common transition is the crossfade  where one shot gradually fades into the next. Advanced transitions include wipes and digital effects, where shots whiz about or do complex changes whilst leading into the next.

You can also think of a moving shot as being a transition from one shot to a new one, a pan from one person to another, or a zoom from a mid-shot to a close-up.

Transitions can be a lot of fun but be warned: Over-using transitions is a common mistake made by amateurs. In most professional productions, almost all transitions are simple cuts or crossfades. Too many animated transitions are distracting and impact on the flow of the video.

 


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More Editing Transitions

These are the most common transitions in film. The transition oyu use while filming makes a whole lot of difference to the viewer. Though in film, normal cuts or fade to/from black is the most popular.


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Rare interview with director James Cameron: Titanic temper, Kate Winslet, and ... - Calgary Herald

Rare interview with director James Cameron: Titanic temper, Kate Winslet, and ... - Calgary Herald | Filmmaker | Scoop.it
Rare interview with director James Cameron: Titanic temper, Kate Winslet, and ...Calgary HeraldThe three for Best Picture, Best Director and Best Film Editing went to Cameron. I wonder whether he keeps them in his downstairs loo, like Brits do.

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Introducing the Chromebook

Outstanding videographic animation, copy and visuals from Google.


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The Universal Declaration of Human Rights

Lots of typography for this impactful video infographic video. Created by Seth Brau Produced by Amy Poncher Music by Rumspringa courtesy Cantora Records...

Thanks to @Stefano Principato for recommending it. 


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OneWorldOneOcean.org: Why the Ocean?

I am showing this video not so much because I love and want to make sure we all do something to save our precious waterlands, but because from a communication design viewpoint this is a little gem.

 

It may appear overly simple, but that's its strenght.

 

Simple icons and easy-to-understand objects make it easy for anyone, across continents and ages to understand the message.


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Where's Your Food Coming From? Even If You Are Not A Canadian, You Better Find Out

Do you know, or have an idea of how much of your fresh food is actually imported from very far away. You'd surprised to find out. 

This videographics, not only showcases very valuable and not-talked about information, but it presents it ina fresh and innovative visual style by mixing together real-world food items and 3D overlayed infographics and charts.

Excellent. 10/10 


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You Must Change The Way You Think About Food

"How do we balance the needs of a growing population with a finite planet? By the year 2050, our planet will be home to another 2 billion people."

The infographic video: Superminimalist. Essentially animated texts, and a few simple icons. Great soundtrack and clear message. 


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Capitalism At Its Most Lucrative and Costly: Glencore

Excellent video infographic utilizing a novel approach for both the background subject and movements, as well as for the general graphics and camera pans resembling somewhat the transitions inside a Prezi presentation. 


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29 Commandments for the 21st Century Human

To survive in the 21st century you need to be able to think, select and act independently, creatively. Here are 29 great ways to stay or become more creative and independent in these fast-changing times.


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Digital Life: Today & Tomorrow - From Now To 2015

A stunning visual motion-graphic presenting 15 keys facts and stats about the evolution of communication technologies and the Internet in the next 4 years.


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Project Cascade: The Secrets Of The Twitterverse Visualized [Video] | Co.Design

Project Cascade: The Secrets Of The Twitterverse Visualized [Video] | Co.Design | Filmmaker | Scoop.it

This is the work of Project Cascade, and both the mining of the data and the artistic presentation could go a long way toward solving the riddle of how a story goes viral. That could have major implications for newspapers trying to cope in the social-media age. 

 

“Our hypothesis has been and continues to be that those organizations that can be responsive to data in real time and make business decisions surrounding that data in real time will be the organizations that prosper in the 21st century.”

 

Thus was born journalism’s most ambitious social-media data viz to date, one that already offers some surprising insights into how stories propagate on the web.

Check this great series of video visualizations: http://www.fastcodesign.com/1663694/infographic-of-the-day-3-d-model-unlocks-secrets-of-twitterverse-video  ;


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