• danimations takes public lectures and forums in Adelaide to the world via Youtube video

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    During our continuing work on our first feature-length documentary film Cuttlefish Country, we’ve somehow still made time to work with a range of special interest groups, offering them video production and distribution assistance. Groups including Sustainable Population Australia, University of South Australia’s Hawke Centre and Adelaide Friends of Wikileaks have all benefited from the wider distribution of their events via free video broadcasting on our danimations channel. If you are hosting a community event, public lecture or forum and would like to discuss using video to reach an international audience, we’d love to hear from you. In the meantime, we hope you enjoy watching Richard Heinberg’s lecture on ‘The End of Economic Growth’ embedded below. You can find more edifying content from Danimations in our Youtube channel.

     

  • Naturescope videos on show in Gallery M, Marion Cultural Centre

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    Works from the danimations online video series Naturescope are on show at Gallery M in Marion Cultural Centre until April 1st. The three episodes are presented as part of a community art exhibition entitled ‘The Demise or Otherwise of South Australia’s Gulfs’. Conceived and wrangled by passionate environmentalists from the Save Our Gulfs Coalition, over 90 artists from around Spencer and St Vincent’s Gulfs responded to the theme in a very diverse range of media and working styles. We were thrilled to be asked to contribute our work, and also produced for the occasion a limited edition DVD featuring the three videos. It is available from the gallery for $15. For more information about the exhibition, visit Gallery M’s website. To see the Naturescope videos without leaving your computer or cellphone, view them on Youtube.

  • danimations supports the Multiple Sclerosis Society’s Mighty Swim with online video

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    We love lending our services to worthwhile causes. When we heard about the MS Society of SA and NT’s ‘Mighty Swim’ team marathon fundraiser, our curiousity led us straight into production mode. Dropping into the event for its commencement, a brief spell overnight and again for the 24 hour swim-off’s conclusion, the end result of this lean, improvised single camera shoot can be seen in the two short videos embedded below. In keeping with the theme of accessibility and social inclusion, all our videos are closed captioned for the hearing impaired. Closed captions can be helpful for foreign viewers too who may beĀ unfamiliar with Australian accents! The event was a great thing to be a part of, and we are confident that these online videos will play their part in supporting public awareness of Multiple Sclerosis and this novel fundraising event.