John Nese is the proprietor of Galco’s Soda Pop Stop in LA. His father ran it as a grocery store, and when the time came for John to take charge, he decided to convert it into the ultimate soda-lover’s destination. About 500 pops line the shelves, sourced lovingly by John from around the world. John has made it his mission to keep small soda-makers afloat and help them find their consumers. Galco’s also acts as a distributor for restaurants and bars along the West Coast, spreading the gospel of soda made with cane sugar (no high-fructose corn syrup if John can avoid it).
It seems like their professions put them on opposing sides of agriculture, but UC Davis Professor Pamela Ronald and her husband, Organic Farmer Raoul Adamchak, share a vision: they believe genetic engineering is a tool to make farming more sustainable.
The first of a series of shorts introducing Shakespeare's most exciting characters to children and parents. Demystifying the bunk surrounding the difficulties of when to show the Bard to a younger audience. Mixing live action (shot in England and Wales) with animation and real prose borrowed from the play to sew the seeds for future generations.
WillShake won the Animation Award at The Lovies Awards 2012
Director - Joe Talbot
Writer - Joe Talbot, Sally Stokes
Animation - Coline Brun-Naujalis, Alex Amelines
Camera - Joe Talbot, Marcus Tate
Editor - Tommy Boulding, Jimi Simpson
Producer - Sam Talbot, Joe Talbot
Alistair Bisatt - WillShake
Daniel Old - Macbeth
Tilly Talbot - Lady Macbeth
Locations - Kent, Gower Peninsular, Surrey.
Shot on Canon 5D mark III, Canon 5D mark II, various Canon and Sigma primes.