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Contre temps from Contre temps Team on Vimeo.

Here is our graduation movie Contre temps, directed at Supinfocom Arles in 2012.
We hope you will enjoy it!

Directed by:
Jérémi Boutelet:
Thibaud Clergue:
Tristan Ménard:
Camille Perrin:
Gaël Megherbi:
Lucas Veber:

Music by Nathan Blais & Sylvain Livenais:

Made the official selection at the Annecy International Animated Film Festival and at the Siggraph 2013.

Distribution/festivals contact:

Dr. Easy from Shynola on Vimeo.

WARP FILMS, FILM4 and SHYNOLA present ‘Dr. Easy’

More here:

Michael is a broken man with a gun. He is surrounded by armed police. A robot with medical training is dispatched to negotiate – but can it save him?

Dr. Easy is a prologue for a planned feature adaptation of ‘The Red Men’.

Written and directed by Jason Groves, Richard Kenworthy and Christopher Harding

Produced by Ally Gipps for Warp Films

Based on the novel ‘The Red Men’ by Matthew De Abaitua

Financed by Film4

Michael: Tom Hollander

Voice of Dr. Easy: Geraldine James

Superintendent: Alex MacQueen

VFX by: Jellyfish

DoP: Barry Ackroyd

Production Designer: Agnieszka Debska

Costume Designer: Ian Fulcher

Makeup and Hair Designer: Candy Alderson

Location Sound Recordist: Tarn Willers

Re-Recording Mixer: Nigel Heath

First Assistant Director: Ezra Sumner

Line Producer: Jessica Levick

Editor: Dominic Leung

Executive Producers: Robin Gutch and Anna Higgs

Casting Director: Rose Wicksteed

Traveling By Spiritual GPS from COGWA on Vimeo.

Analogy of using a GPS to get us where we are going. As Christians, our common destination is the Kingdom of God. Spiritually, we must set our destination correctly, then depend on God’s Spirit to take us safely there.

Escaping the Evil from COGWA on Vimeo.

Our theme for Winter Family Weekend is “Escape from the World—Living a Godly Life in the Satan’s World”. The best way to avoid things that are ungodly is to do things that are godly!

Reblogged from totheend-oftheuniverse


A comma splice walks into a bar, it has a drink and then leaves.

A question mark walks into a bar?

Two quotation marks “Walk into” a bar.

A gerund and an infinitive walk into a bar, drinking to drink.

The bar was walked into by a passive voice.

Three intransitive verbs walk into a bar. They sit. They drink. They leave.

This is such a cool way to teach grammar. The examples are so clear.

(Source: totheend-oftheuniverse, via iamlittlei)