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THE BATTLE OF LONG TAN
The Battle of Long Tan was a video commissioned by the Australian War Memorial and brought to us by long-term clients Mental Media. An ambitious project, Long Tan was a full-scale re-enactment of said battle shot in HD and projected on a screen 195x560cm. Under scrupulous attention of historical experts the project was monitored every step of the way by a committee of many. CLICK FOR MORE
 

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INFAMOUS VICTORY- BEN CHIFLEY'S BATTLE FOR COAL
Directed by Geoff Burton for Film Australia this documentary tells the story of how Chifley, a Labor Prime Minister, called in the army to break a coalminer's strike. Edited by Henry Dangar and due to be broadcast by the ABC in 2008 the post challenges were in delivering a grade for the dramatised segments, which were shot on DVC Pro50, that conveyed an historic flavour, to add a "film grunge" look to some of the Pro50 footage so that it would integrate with the archival footage and finaly to polish up the archival and rack the aspect ratio conversion to ensure the subject of each shot was framed as best as possible in the 16:9 space.
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SIMS
The Sydney Institute of Marine Science wanted an effective way to communicate the importance of their work and the need for ongoing funding. CBD rose to the challenge and rallied together the fabulous underwater footage of George Evatt and the science journalism skills of Michael Troy. Edited by Rose in FCP and graded in eQ with graphics animation done in Combustion, the project was hailed by SIMS as exceeding expectations.CLICK FOR MORE
 



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JAZZ VIDEO "TELL IT LIKE IT IS"
This 76 minute program of Mark Isaacs' live recording of the ABC album "Tell It Like It Is" was produced by CBD. Shot at the Seymour Centre's Sound Lounge in August '08 on 5 Z1 cameras, it was a great opportunity to capture these great musicians performing their new repetoire for a live CD.
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LOGO ANIMATION "Gary Friedman Productions"
When Gary Friedman launched the communications company Corporate Creatures, he needed an animated version of his production company logo and another for the newly formed Corporate Creatures. Rose, ever searching for new projects to challenge her After Effects skills came up with this animation for Corporate Creatures and the one below for GFP. "
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SHORT FILMS "CHAIR WITH A VIEW"
This short was made for Tropfest and went on to win the Mudgee short film festival "Mudfest" and to quote the mudfest website ". . .The judges ended up with a short list of 4 films and in the end unanimously agreed on “Chair with a View” as the recipient of the 2008 Elliot Rocke Mudfest judges choice"
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BURUNG BURUNG KERTAS (PAPER CRANES)
Burung Burung Kertas (Paper Cranes) is an Indonesian feature length drama. It is three stories or really three points of view of the same story. "A friend said, if you make 1000 (origami) paper cranes, your dream will come true”. Jingga (Dewi Lie), funny and innocent, secretly learning to cook for someone she loves. Eros (Deddy Henuk), working hard for someone he loves, and willing to sacrifice his life. Rima (Cindy Gusmala Rusli) patiently waiting for someone she loves while making 1000 paper cranes. CLICK FOR MORE
 


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DE LORENZO
De Lorenzo was commissioned as a sales video to aid representatives when they visited salons. The brief was to make an upbeat, snappy video that overviewed De Lorenzo’s basic beliefs and the culture of the company. CLICK FOR MORE
 



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WESTPAC TV
Westpac TV was a program comprising fortnightly episodes that were downloadable by Westpac Staff. CBD created graphics for the program designing title sequences and super animations that were used throughout the series. The program ran for over three years and was decommissioned in 2007. Westpac TV was a fun project providing CBD with constant challenges due to the content of the programs. CLICK FOR MORE