Justin Timberlake - Blue Ocean Floor (2016/2017)
Short Film - Music Video (Treatment)
Dedicated to the art of music & video - The short film tells a love story in Iceland. A display of endless passion. where the protagonists fight for their love. Subconsciously the sense of attraction between the two is an intense desire. With the male protagonist reaching out and the female protagonist struggling for her existence, arising from darkness to light, they strive to succeed to be brought together.
Story & Direction: C.S. Daniel Lim
Creative Development: Wilsun Cheung x C.S. Daniel Lim
Presented by: ADAYS
Edit, 3d & Postproduction: C.S. Daniel Lim
Cinematography & Lighting: Wilsun Cheung x C.S. Daniel Lim
Justin Timberlake - Blue Ocean Floor (2016)
Teaser (Behind The Scenes)
Blue Ocean Floor by Justin Timberlake (2016) (Sneak Peek / Teaser)
Short film / music video treatment directed by C.S. Daniel Lim. A love story dedicated to the art of music and video!
* RELEASE NOVEMBER 29! *
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Recollection Volumes I&II
What if.. I could go back in time and ..?
With the memorable old family photographs, which I was able to dig up, I started to write a small script and storyboard some scenes.
Creative Development & Animation: C.S. Daniel Lim
Performance: Stewen J. Lo
Production: Arvid Silos (Klats Productions) x 2Preform
Cinematography: C.S. Daniel Lim
Short Film Process Boards
When an overworked software engineer decides to work through the night, he gets run-down with a series of confusions. The moment he realizes he needs to leave the office, he shows a demonstration of hyperreal psychological distortions.
Design & Production: C.S. Daniel Lim
Creative Development: 2Preform
Participation: Welcome to join, contact me.
Mechanic and organic
'In a testing room, power cables leave their docking system and reach a connecting-core. A machinery gets activated and detailed parts start revealing themselves. While activities are being monitored, the ‘Testtype 888’ robot slowly comes to life.'
Direction, Design & Animation: 2Preform
Music & Sound Design: Ruurt Staverman
Audio & Mix: Klaas-Jan Govaart