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Night Sky

This stunning video from Randy Halverson captures the night sky in all its beauty. Clusters of stars dust the horizon, while meteors and auroras glide in and out of vision. "What you see is real, but you can’t see it this way with the naked eye. It is the result of 20-30 second exposures edited together over many hours to produce the timelapse. This allows you to see the Milky Way, Aurora and other phenomena in a way you wouldn’t normally see them." For more incredible imagery visit Halverson's website.

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Journey to the Stars

After unearthing some dusty old astronomy books in his fathers attic, Kim Taylor instantly became inspired by their delicate scientific diagrams. His beautiful short animation, titled 'Celestial Dynamics' explores origins and practives of astromomy, creating a journey to the stars.

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Au Loin - Le film

This beautiful film was put together by the clever fellows at Studio Kippik. Based in Paris, Anaelle, Thomas and Nicolas have created a wonderful story about a scorned monkey destined to become a pirate. The stunning colours and eclectic animation style make this as much an art piece as a film.

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A Bird Ballet

This beautiful film was shot by Neels Castillon while he was working on a commercial set. "We were waiting for a helicopter flying into the sunset, when thousands and thousands of birds came and made this incredible dance in the sky". They completely forgot what they were doing and stopped to capture this amazing moment in nature. Murmuration's are made up of Starlings, who are known for these wonderful swirling aerial displays at dusk. A little piece of poetry...

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Tempura Kidz - Cider Cider

What do you get when you mix five cute kids with fluoro face paint, impeccable dance moves and a catchy tune... The Tempura Kidz. Hailing from Japan this fresh faced quintet got into dancing at a young age, and with their fast precise movements they hold nothing back on stage. Giving so much of their own time to Tempura Kidz must be hard for the five youngsters, but they seem to take it all in their stride, giving huge dedication to their craft. Their first release Cider Cider sees them dressed in costumes that resemble neon parrots, and as the five tiny dancers blaze across the screen, it really is hard to look away.

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