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Washington, D.C. Conference Feb 2016 from Enterprise Screen on Vimeo.
Tuesday, April 5, 2016
From what I can gather, this film was created to promote the Olympus E-M5 Mark II and part of the Olympus: Point of View Series.
Monday, March 28, 2016
The first reason is because the story illustrates a humorous relationship between a seller and a buyer - something that we could leverage for client work e.g. Petco, American Airlines, etc.
The second reason is because it is based on a short story that was featured on this website, McSweeny's Internet Tendency. And while I understand that it's a blog run by a publishing company based in San Francisco, I'm not entirely certain if it's designed to be "open source" as it relates to scripted material - it'd be cool it was though...
In addition to the 50-Hour challenges, I'm also reminded of the book Micah inherited on a flight titled White Cargo, and how we had once talked about a kind of competition or exercise where you would flip to a random page in a random book and attempt to recreate a scene using only the available context.
Thursday, March 10, 2016
I wanted to share this because we are no strangers to tight budgets, timelines, or restrictions. And, how ultimately, those sorts of parameters can yield some pretty unique results.
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Thursday, January 28, 2016
Looking forward to trying this in something
The Fiction of the Science: Robert Wong (Future of StoryTelling 2013) from Mixtape Club on Vimeo.
Tuesday, January 26, 2016
Dragon from Gulliver Moore on Vimeo.
Monday, January 25, 2016
Art-List.io is offering unlimited royalty-free tracks for an annual subscription of $199. I don't know about you but I feel like I've definitely spent two hundred bones on music just in the past few months.
Tuesday, January 19, 2016
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And just because it's The Stew, here's the theatrical trailer from '81.
The whole thing got me thinking about how relatively "light" we roll sometimes. That's not meant to be self-deprecating - I know we do what we do for very specific reasons. It also brought to mind this promo piece created for the History Channel by Variable, Killing Kennedy. It kind of blew me away to see just how much work went into this little 00:47 promo. For example, the attention to detail (they shot all the "home movie" scenes using actual film that should have expired in the 60's), the otherwise spartan set (basically a backdrop and a motorcade), and just the way everything was cut together in reverse from Lee Harvey Oswald's point of view really captured my attention.
Aside from the really great FX, there's a really good story behind the production. Basically, the two filmmakers were going into the project completely blind and with very little experience. You can read the full story here.