1. Strange and Wonderful →

  2. Blackmeal →

    Motion work from Blackmeal. Located in Paris

  3. ALMA MATER →

    A Los Angeles based Studio

  4. FND Collective - Welcome to our site →

    London Studio

  5. (via Wolf & Crow)

  6. Oh man! This is the perfect question. You have no idea. I just had a big meeting today exactly about this. The best way is to email the director (most directors have websites that are pretty easy to google), or, failing that email the production company that represents that director and explain that the email is meant for him/her. Do your research. The majority of directors want to work with local talent. Post production is extremely difficult to get right, and I’m still struggling with it, so, personally, I want to be in the same room as the person doing the post production as much as I can, and I know a lot of directors feel the same. Also, if there’s something on your reel that you think might be of particular interest, let them know! Also, say which programs you’ve used on which projects; that way the director’ll know if you need to be tied to your flame suite or if you’re flexible to run around with After Effects on your laptop. Oh, and any reel should be playable on a mobile phone. I think that’s essential.

    — Hello, my name’s David Wilson and I’m a music video director and artist based in London, England. I’ve created videos for David Guetta, Passion Pit and The Maccabees, among others. Ask me anything. : IAmA

  7. Authentic dissent can be difficult, but it’s always invigorating,” Nemeth says. “It wakes us right up.

    — Brainstorming Doesn’t Really Work : The New Yorker

  8. (via Rhetological Fallacies)

    (via Rhetological Fallacies)

  9. Scarlet Letters →

    Titles company in San Fernando Valley

  10. Animade →

    An animation/motion studio in London