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Stash 70 slams home 87 minutes of brilliant new VFX and animation, 20 minutes of bonus music videos and a solid selection of Behind the Scenes extras PLUS the epic STASH MIX 2: a 68-track music mash-up from mix-meister Dave Langolf and Supersetsounds.
The issue starts with three spots from Paris, the fastest-rising VFX hub on the planet: Pleix and Digital District melt support for the death penalty with their powerful new :60 for Amnesty International, BUF wrangle a soccer-playing menagerie for Optus and Wanda and Mikros Image team up to save "The Dog" for Citroen.
Meanwhile, Framstore hits the 'hood with hampsters for Kia, Peppermelon add a touch of much-needed comic relief to the 2010 soccer mania and Mothership and Digital Domain knock down a few historic firsts for Sprint.
Chez Eddy injects us into to the broadcast and title design section with the opening credits for Vincenzo Natalie's new feature film "Splice", while Prologue handles the same chore for Ridley Scott's "Robin Hood".
The new design department at The Mill NY announces their arrival with a beautiful opener for OFFF Paris, Minneapolis studio Make treat Palm Spring Shortfest filmgoers to a hand-animated nod to noir, London's We Are Seventeen bring a vibrant and geometric energy to the Universal Channel launch and director Nick Scott and Darkside pin down the MTV "Push" rebrand.
Buck knocks us into the unpredicatble back half of Stash 70 with the inspiring infographic trailer for "Waiting for Superman", Joe Bichard and Jack Cunningham transport us to "MARS!", Scott Pagano at Nether-Field in San Francisco hauls into the abstract spectacle of the "Pororoca" music video, Superfad sweeps us away with the visual poetry of "Preguntas Hermosas", The Found Collective out of London get all particular with Depeche Mode and The UK's Lennox Brothers conjure a surreal black and white hallucination for The Editors, before US director Anthony Scheppard slaps your optic nerves silly with his video for Blockhead's "The Music Scene".
Meanwhile, back in ad land: Paris studio WIZZ target European youth with a crazed anti-tobacco viral, Anonymous Content director Peter Thwaites and The Mill relive their childhood fantasies, Crush and Loki Visual Effects envision the brewing magic behind Sapporo beer and Vancouver's Gold Tooth Creative teams with Square Enix on the stellar "Deus Ex: Human Revolution" trailer.
The final stretch of Stash 70 is a minefield of sheer visual overload. Check out these mini-masterworks: Breakbot "Baby I'm Yours" with animation from Wizzdesign, Audio Bullies "Only Man" directed by Jonas and Francois with VFX from Mathematic, "The Subway Time" by Chinese student and first-time director Dongzhen Li, "Hazed" directed by Matt Hammill at Guru Studio in Toronto, "Fly" by Aardman director Alan Short and "Café Allongé" by French director Maxime Paccalet.
We close Stash 70 with a nine-minute stunner nominated for the 2010 Best Animated Short Oscar. "The Cat Piano" by Aussie directors Eddie White and Ari Gibson and hand-animated by The People's Republic of animation, pays homage to film noir and cartoon classics.
Bonus Films, Behind the Scenes and Free Music
STASH 70 FEATURES THE WORK OF:
WE ARE SEVENTEEN
SQUARE ENIX VISUAL WORKS
MATHEW F. SMITH
PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF ANIMATION
THE MILL NY
LOKI VISUAL EFFECTS
THE FOUND COLLECTIVE
STASH 70 DURATIONS:
Play all: 87 mins
Behind the Scenes: 10 mins
Bonus films: 20 mins
Bonus music: 49 mins
The BONUS FILMS on 70 make up the Stash Music Video Mini-fest 4 and include: R/D "Face of God" by SuzE Q and Mathew F. Smith, Tim Knol "When I'm King" by Sverre Fredriksen, Murder by Death "As Long as There's Whiskey in the World" with post by Optimus and Lady Lens, Khan "Candy Girl" by Miro Mastropasqua, and Bluebrain "Ten by Ten" from Hornet director Gabe Askew.
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