2 DVDs, 38 title sequences, 9 brand-new short documentaries on title designers, 38-page booklet.
For the very first time in the history of cinema, a collection of the best contemporary title sequences is available on DVD. With a special focus on, but not limited to European film title sequences, the DVD also includes amazing titles made for TV, games and motion graphic events.
The second DVD, featuring 9 short documentaries on leading title designers, offers an insightful, behind-the-scenes look into the fascinating world of title design.
Featuring almost 3 hours of exciting content and representing the best international motion design talent, this 2 DVD-set is essential viewing for movie lovers, and an indispensable source of inspiration for designers, filmmakers and animators.
The DVD is handsomely produced and packaged, and comes with a 36-page booklet detailing the selected title sequences.
Subtitles in French, Dutch, Spanish are included.
38 of the best contemporary title sequences (2003 - 2011)
- Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps
- On Tour
- Dunya & Desie
- Ex Drummer
- Killzone 2
- Offf 2009
- Playgrounds 2009
- Good Bye Lenin!
- Ca Se Soigne?
- Palermo Shooting
- The Dog Problem
- OSS 117: Le Caire, nid d'espions
- The Life and Death of Peter Sellers
- Crustaces et Coquillages
- Wowie (part 1 & 2)
- Les Chevaliers du Ciel
- De Griezelbus (Gruesome School Trip)
- AICP sponsor titles
and many more
9 short documentaries about title designers shot on location in L.A., Paris, London, Amsterdam, and Berlin.
- Richard Morrison (th1ng)
- Nic Benns & Miki Kato (Momoco)
- Michael Riley (Shine)
- Jarik van Sluijs & Stephan Burle (PIC)
- Darius Ghanai (Lichtrausch)
- Laurent Brett
- Balder Westein (ThreeDoubleYou)
- Rogier Hendriks & Kasper Verweij (Onesize)
- Kook Ewo
Video: PAL and NTSC available
Region Code: ALL
Disc Format: 2 x DVD-5
Video Duration DVD1: 01:24:15 mins.
Video Duration DVD2: 01:28:48 mins.
Subtitles: English (if applicable), French, Dutch, Spanish
The Forget the Film, Watch the Titles DVD is a Submarine Channel production. This publication has been made possible by SNS Reaal Fonds, Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds and Mondriaan Foundation.
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