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All Night Music Video

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We are proud to finally launch the Goldfish All Night video out into the wild world web… it was a gruelling month or two of learning 3D the hard way on a groaning PC working day and night to render out the 7 layers that were comped in After Effects and mixed with motion graphics and live footage to create the end product. It has been shown on MK89, MTV Base, E-TV and SABC 3 and the track “All Night” has done really well on local radio stations and abroad.

If you like the video please give it a rating or comment at youtube and help it to be seen by more ppl.

There was a chilled interview with the band about the new video and album over at The Armchair and a cool post about the video over at inside peak performances

To find out more about Goldfish view the site we built for them at goldfishlive.com or there is always their myspace. If you are in South Africa it is also possible to buy the video for your mobile phone over at 35050

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David Kramer Music Video Onnerwater

David Kramer is a legendary South African songwriter, playwright and director.

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He originally portrayed himself as a rural everyman who travelled the dusty roads of small town South Africa with an old bicycle and a cheap guitar and is also famous for his red veldskoens and numerous “Volksiebus” adverts.

iaminawe created the video by filming David in a green screen studio and then compositing him (using After Effects) into a digitally constructed cardboard karoo that slowly floods with water.

If you like this video please rate it on youtube so that it will be seen by more people… thanks.

The “Onnerwater” video was recently placed as a finalist in the Motion Graphics category at the Construction New Media Awards.

Iaminawe were awarded with a nice shiny certificate from the cool people at Interactive Africa

The CNMA aims to celebrate and elevate the status of new media design by honouring and accrediting those designers, writers, programmers and thinkers who produce challenging, imaginative interactive work, both on a creative and a functional platform.






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