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Moment in TIME Tableau - TIME 2018 Person of the Year Event
Publisher:  TIME Video
Friday, 14 December 2018 13:05

In October 2018, Artist and TIME 100 Honoree, Jr, created a historic cover for the Guns in America issue. It was a piece that brought together people from diverse backgrounds and points of view, that not only highlighted an issue but illustrated our common humanity.

During the TIME 2018 Person of the Year Event, we honored that work with "Moment in Time": In real-time throughout the night, we captured attendees in a temporary green screen studio and placed them into a living tableau. This is the final work.

See the TIME Guns in America cover by JR: time.com/guns-in-america/

Video Credit: MakeoutMedia vimeo.com/makeoutnyc

Cast: TIME Video


ΔNOMΔLY
Publisher:  1nspirational
Tuesday, 20 November 2018 07:45

»Human use, population, and technology have reached that certain stage
where Mother Earth no longer accepts our presence with silence.«
(The Dalai Lama)

ΔNOMΔLY ist a short film combining travel footage from Iceland with visual effects. I traveled to the 'Land of Ice and Fire' in October 2017. With a concept in mind of what I wanted to create I teamed up with Benni, Markus and Johannes of Wildboar 3D Studio. Luckily the guys shared my vision so we worked on this passion project together.

A film by Jacco Kliesch
jacco-kliesch.com

CGI by Wildboar
Markus Eschrich | Benjamin Brand | Johannes Engelhardt
wildboar.de

Special thanks to Alexandra Wuschek and Sebastian Herbst.

Filmed on A7SII, Phantom 4 Pro, A6500, RX100IV, GoPro Hero 4 and Pilotfly H2.
Edited in Premiere CC 2019.
VFX procedurally generated inside SideFX Houdini, composited in Nuke

Main music: Tom Quick - Bedlam
Titles music: Jimmy Svensson - Discovery

Cast: Jacco Kliesch and Wildboar

Tags: Iceland and Anomaly


If She Wins: 2018's First-Time Congresswomen Who Flipped Their Districts
Publisher:  TIME Video
Friday, 09 November 2018 12:59

Ahead of the 2018 elections, TIME national correspondent Charlotte Alter and video producer Diane Tsai embarked on a 10-day road trip to cover the historic wave of women congressional candidates, overwhelmingly Democrats, running for office for the first time. We drove nearly 1,000 miles — from Overland Park, Kansas to Birmingham, Michigan — meeting women who had transformed from citizen to candidate over the past two years. They were among hundreds of women who underwent personal transformations that amounted to a political shift in Congress this year.

At least 34 Democratic women were elected to Congress for the first time Tuesday night, according to Emily’s List, which works to elect Democratic women. With some votes still being counted, at least 22 first-time women candidates flipped seats that had been in Republican control, helping Democrats take back the House of Representatives for the first time in more than a decade. The last time so many new women were elected to Congress was in 1992, dubbed the “Year of the Woman,” when 24 new women were elected to the House. This year, a record total of at least 102 women (including incumbents) will serve in the House of Representatives.

In our short documentary “If She Wins,” we met five Democratic women running a competitive race to flip a Republican-held seat. Featured candidates include Sharice Davids of Kansas, Abby Finkenauer and Cindy Axne of Iowa, Lauren Underwood of Illinois and Haley Stevens of Michigan.

time.com/5449481/if-she-wins-documentary-first-time-congresswomen

Cast: TIME Video


51/49
Publisher:  The New York Times - Video
Thursday, 01 November 2018 15:39

Andrew gave his mother, Regina Hensley, a reason to live. We follow the pair as she fights a history of addiction and he fights an aggressive form of cancer.

Directed by Leslye Davis
Edited by Margaret Cheatham Williams

Read the story here: nyti.ms/2pAesVo

Cast: The New York Times


Conception – Two Babies, Two dads, Two cultures - Can they do it?
Publisher:  The New York Times - Video
Thursday, 01 November 2018 15:21

A gay, biracial couple is raising twins. Their own parents say they can’t do it. But they know they can raise their sons in an environment where anything is possible.

Series Producer: Margaret Cheatham Williams

Animation Director: Maya Edelman

See the series: nytimes.com/conception

Cast: The New York Times


Conception – I Lost My Daughter to Heroin, Can I Start Over With Her Child?
Publisher:  The New York Times - Video
Thursday, 01 November 2018 15:18

Her daughter lost her confidence, and then her life to drugs. How does she ensure it won’t happen, again - to her granddaughter?

Series Producer: Margaret Cheatham Williams

Animation Director: Angela Stempel

See the series: nytimes.com/conception

Cast: The New York Times


Conception – I Needed the Military. Now, My Son Needs Me.
Publisher:  The New York Times - Video
Thursday, 01 November 2018 15:15

He found a family in the army. After he was shot, it all disappeared. Now, he’s facing his demons to be the hero his son deserves.

Series Producer: Margaret Cheatham Williams

Animation by: Neely Goniodsky

See the series: nytimes.com/conception

Cast: The New York Times


Conception – When Your Child’s Bogeyman Is Real
Publisher:  The New York Times - Video
Thursday, 01 November 2018 15:03

She never told her son about what happened in their small town. After Parkland, he has trouble in public spaces. She wonders, will he ever escape his fear?

Series Producer: Margaret Cheatham Williams

Animation by: Ella Dobson

See the series: nytimes.com/conception

Cast: The New York Times


Conception – Why I Won’t Raise My Daughters to Please
Publisher:  The New York Times - Video
Thursday, 01 November 2018 14:59

Kind. Obedient. Agreeable. Check check check. Now with two daughters of her own, she will make a new set of rules.

Series Producer: Margaret Cheatham Williams

Animation by: Lara Lee

See the series: nytimes.com/conception

Cast: The New York Times


Conception – Why I Won’t Teach My Son ‘Black Codes’
Publisher:  The New York Times - Video
Thursday, 01 November 2018 14:54

Her child is just 1, but she knows soon he will be perceived as a “big black boy.” Can she overcome the “systems” she feels are in place to oppress her young son?

Series Producer: Margaret Cheatham Williams

Animation by: Jocie Juritz

See the series: nytimes.com/conception

Cast: The New York Times


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