A special thanks to the girls from Pearl London,
Please take a look at photography-factory.co.uk.
The whole sequence is less than a second in actual time. Poor Katey had no idea what was about to hit her as you can tell from her genuine horror.... We used gloss paint to get the right effect but it meant the dress, shoes and underwear were a write off and the other girls had to scrub Katey with spirits and hose her down (naked) for about 20 mins to get all the paint out of everywhere... Hell, that's a whole other movie. Sorry Katie, I hope you know it was worth it ;)
We were using a $120,000 Vision Research Phantom HD slow motion camera shooting to a 120 gig ram stack at 1000frames per second, the lens was a 50mm Carl Zeiss Planar T* f1.4 at F2.
Soon every home will have a robot helper.
It's perfectly safe.
Written, Directed & Edited by Ruairi Robinson
Starring Max Records from "Where The Wild Things Are".
Cinematography by Macgregor
Music by Olafur Arnalds courtesy of Erased Tapes
Funded by Bord Scannan na hEireann / Irish film Board
Budget was 45k euro - for the shoot. Visual effects budget was a grand total of zeeero. I designed Blinky, modeled him in 3D and played both the his voice and the body mocap performance. And did most of the VFX. Thankfully all footage of me in the skintight mocap suit has been permanently destroyed.
Visual effects were completed over a period of 9 months, of hell. There's a reason why you don't see too many wet CG characters in movies even with 100 million dollar budgets. It's really, really hard.
This is an example, how to use the basic stuff in your room in such creative and musician way. Just take some noisy and voiced objects and record them with any sampler. At the end use all this stuff to create any music u desire. Or... You even don't need any sampler. Just use your friends, give them gadgets and transform your party into gizmo-jam-session. I can guarantee much fun. Enjoy!
Canon EOS 5D mkII
Microphone Shure SM 48
2 Wine Glases
Tube Pack From Whiskey
Old USRR Camera
Shots, Edit & Music - Mateusz Zdziebko
Title: I Love Sarah Jane
Director: Spencer Susser
Production Company: Aquarius Films
Funded by: Qoob
A bunch of teenagers in a ghost town, full of death and desolation, where adults have turned into zombies. Among them, stands Jimbo (Brad Ashby), madly in love with Sarah Jane (Mia Wasikowska). This is the second short film (the first being Spider) funded by Qoob. Directed by Spencer Susser, who also co-wrote the script with Australian author/director David Michod, this film has been selected in major festivals across the world (among which Sundance '08) and won 4 prizes so far.
All channels by QOOB:
Nice short films