Uploaded on Jan 19, 2011
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Sand Stop motion animation music video from art rock group Eatliz, directed by the Grammy nominated directors Yuval & Merav Nathan ("Her Morning Elegance").
Behind the scenes gallery: http://on.fb.me/sc62IS
in 2011 Eatliz made a debut in the US and Canada, performing at SXSW & Canadian Music Week festivals, with a full US tour following, supporting the band's new album "Teasing Nature".
"Lose This Child" is out now from Eatliz new album "Teasing Nature", out now by Anova Music. "Teasing Nature" is also available in a limited delux edition [album + Live DVD]. Buy it @ http://bit.ly/lHsFFP
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Sometimes a beach isn't just a beach. As the sun goes down over the ocean, the sand comes to life and takes on the forms of an entire mini eco-system of aquatic life. Sea turtles are born, eels emerge to pursue their prey and Mother Earth orchestrates it all.
Directors: Yuval & Merav Nathan - http://www.onewingfly.com
Animators: Yuval Nathan, Guy Ben Shetrit, Moshe Zilbernagel, Talia Tzur
Grip and Rig: Rafi Nathan
Script: Yuval and Merav Nathan, Nadav Ben Simon, Guy Ben shetrit
The video was screened at 70 international film & animation festivals, and won 20 awards. Selected awards:
SICAF, Seoul International Cartoon & Animation Festival (S. Korea) - Special Distinction in Commissioned Films Category
Animpact animation festivals for awarded animation (Korea) -- Best short
Sichuan TV Festival (SCTVF) (China) - Best Overseas Promotional Animation
Anima Mundi International animation festival (Brzail) - Best Portfolio Film
AniFest animation festival (Czech Republic) - Music video Special mention award
Melbourne International Animation Festival (Australia) Best of the next award
Cortoons animation festival (Rome) Best Film in "Video clip" category
Musiclip Music Video festival (Spain) - Best animated music video
Porto 7 International short film festival (Portugal) Best music video
Multivision Festival (Russia) - Most sensitive animated film in street art style