Marcelo Ribeiro

Marcelo Gonçalves Ribeiro é formado em Programação Visual - UFRJ, mestre e doutor em Design pela PUC-Rio. Em 2001, participou do UNESCO-BIB Workshop - Bienal de Bratislava-Eslováquia. Recebeu o Prêmio Petrobras para a realização do curta 'Avenida Rio Branco: quadro a quadro'. Em 2004, recebeu o Prêmio de Melhor Ilustração - FNLIJ pelo livro Robinson Crusoe. Foi professor de animação no NAVE-RJ e, atualmente, é Professor Adjunto na UFRJ.

sexta-feira, agosto 21, 2009

Savoir Adore - MERP Music Video Season One Finale

Using their newly discovered magic skills, along with the magic of Pixilation, Savoir Adore dance, sing, and even fly in their upcoming single "MERP." MERP is from Savoir Adore's upcoming album In

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Savoir Adore (música: MERP)

Director Matthew Semel and the band Savoir Adore reflect on places of outside inspiration and their willingness to try new techniques that require patience during the making of Savoir Adore's music...

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The Girl With Two Tone Hair - The Magdelaine Cays

Edição, after effects


Jeffrey Lewis & The Junkyard - To Be Objectified Music Video








forbidden fruit


Half-time Double-team by The Deadly Deaths

Sobre o making of:

The stop-motion animated (pixilation) music video for the song "Half-time Double-team" by The Deadly Deaths. For more information about the making of the video visit:

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Neat People - Baby i'm Bored

... bored' with Neat People defies gravity! Litteraly! The pixilation 'floating band' sequences are a hoot! Initially

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Diplo (música: Flórida)

I love the cinematography on the opening sequence. The whole piece is really gorgeous. Especially like how the colors and flow of the costumes work with the stop motion effect. I appreciate you posting some of your techniques too



Não é pixilation, mas é


Norman McLaren

Cannes to Salute McLaren

Tuesday, May 16, 2006
By: Ryan Ball

Famed Canadian experimental animator Norman McLaren will be remembered with a special retrospective screening at this year’s Cannes Film Festival. Marking the first time the Cannes Classics feature has focused on an animator, the event will include a selection of 13 McLaren films in celebration of 65 years of animation at the National Film Board of Canada (NFB).

Scottish-born McLaren founded the animation department at the NFB, where he directed 60 films, including the Oscar-winning Neighbours (1952) and Pas de deux (1968). Both films will be included in the retrospective, along with Blinkity Blank, which won McLaren the Short Film Palme d’Or at Cannes in 1955. The program will also feature the shorts Stars and Stripes (1940), Mail Early (1941), Hen Hop (1942), La poulette grise (1947), Begone Dull Care (1949), Neighbours (1952), A Chairy Tale (1957), Le merle (1958), Opening Speech: McLaren (1961), Lines Horizontal (1962) Pas de deux (1968) and Synchromy (1971).

“McLaren’s genius continues to amaze us,” says Jacques Bensimon, government film commissioner and chairperson of the NFB. “Every film in this program underscores the groundbreaking artistry and exceptional diversity of this great animation pioneer. We at the NFB are delighted to witness the return of McLaren’s masterpieces to the Cannes Film Festival, particularly since they are so in tune with the spirit of the Cannes Classics section, a fulcrum of film heritage.”

The screening will run approximately 90 minutes in the Buñuel room on May 22 at 5 p.m. The NFB will then release in France a new DVD compilation of McLaren’s complete works on June 1. For more information on the NFB or to order films, go to


Jack & the Beanstalk Silhouette

Tipografias animadas e Stop motion baseadas no conto popular 'João e o pé de feijão'. Música de Kevin Macleod, 'Frozen Star'.


Olympus Pen - Story

Making of "The PEN Story" (em alemão) Agency DSG Dialog Solutions Producer: Bigfish Filmproduktion:

Comentários sobre o filme, nos sites:
"Los creativos de las agencias publicitarias por
lo general se inspiran con cosas que suceden en el mundo web, debe ser
por esto el parentesco que sucede entre el video “A wolf loves pork”
un video que publicamos hace tiempo aquí en camionetica y ahora vemos
en el comercial de la cámara Pen de Olympus, la misma gente de Olympus
dice que se inspiraron en la web (...)"
The PEN Story
An ingenious promo film from the Olympus team for their PEN E-P1 camera, comprised of 60.000 pictures, developing 9.600 prints and then having to shot over 1.800 pictures again, all with no post production!

A few months ago we featured the Olympus PEN E-P1 in our gear section, which you can check out here. Now, Olympus has released an absolutely beautiful film entiled "The PEN Story".

"The PEN Story’ is dedicated to the comeback and the 50th anniversary of the Olympus PEN, which started in 1959 when the first PEN was released and ends with the new digital Olympus PEN E-P1.

Inspired by Mr. Taijin Takeuchi's brilliant work, entitled "A Wolf Loves Pork", a mind-boggling stop-motion animation piece created from hundreds of printed photographs that traverse the walls and furniture of a one-room apartment, the Olympus team was looking for a way to realize a story describing "a journey through time" based on printed images.
The PEN Story – Stop-Motion Animation
Published July 23rd, 2009 in Animation. Tags: Olympus,Olympus Pen Camera,Stop Motion Animation,Stop Motion Photography. Comments

The wonderfully evocative PEN Story short film was created to commemorate the 5oth anniversary of the Olympus Pen series of cameras. The stop-motion video was created by shooting 60,000 individual pictures, out of which 9,600 shots were selected to be printed. An additional 1,800 photographs were shot once again to complete the animation process.


Norman McLaren - Canon

Norman McLaren.


1969-Robert Charlebois - Tout écartillé

Filmes que usam a técnica de animação chamada pixilation.
Este filme foi dirigido por Andre Leduc para uma canção de Robert Charlebois. Segundo Laybourne (The animation book, 1979, p.: 66), este filme "é uma experiência surrealista em pixilation que o herói viaja pelo mundo com sua capa preta".