Tag Archives: CG

El Vendedor de Humo

25 Feb




The film centers around a traveling “smoke seller” who, as the film begins, arrives in a new town to set up shop. With control of seemingly magical smoke which can transform objects at will, it doesn’t take long for him to become the toast of the town. But, as you might imagine, there is a twist in store…


Carrot Crazy

4 Feb




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The best way to ensnare a rabbit is to lure it out with carrots.  LOTS of carrots.  You can never have enough carrots.   It’s a fact.

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Produced by Dylan Vanwormer & Logan Scelina

Sonic the Hedgehog — Live Action Fan Film

11 Jan

Can I point out again that this is fan made?
Visually, it’s beautiful.  Pacing is a little slow, and it’s a bit distracting that the leaves and grass don’t rustle when Sonic rushes through but otherwise, it’s gorgeous.

Hollywood needs to up their game — that’s all I have to say.
If the people of Blue Core Studios had a bigger budget and a decent writer, this could be a great summer flick.

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On the same note, there’s a fan-made Pokémon live-action trailer
from a few years ago that’s also quite spectacular:

I would pay to see this as a full length film in theaters.

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And lastly, FreddieW recently did something similar with The Legend of Zelda.


26 Apr

Oh, the ending!!   Continue reading

Rango: Part 1 – Posters & Trailer

15 Feb

Omg, this looks hilarious!  I love the nitty gritty texture of it all
but I have to ask though… what is up with the fish?

Parallel Lines & Carousel

24 Aug

Five short films.
Five genres.
Five of RSA’s hottest directors.
One unifying piece of dialogue.

Such is the premise for this year’s Philips TV campaign.  The challenge is to create a cutting-edge short film in any genre they liked, while conveying the idea that “There may be numerous ways to tell a story but only one way to actually watch them –- on a Philips TV”.

The results are quite interesting, to say the least…

Jun and the Hidden Skies – Hi-Sim

DarkRoom – Johnny Hardstaff

The Hunt  – Jake Scott

The Gift – Carl Erik Rinsch

El Secreto de Mateo – Greg Fay

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And in case you’re curious, here is the commercial for last year’s campaign.

WARNING: Loaded with creepy coolness.

Carousel – Philips 2009 TV Campaign

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So which one do you like best from the interpretations?
Or do you prefer last year’s commercial?

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