Imagine a realm where the most horrifying terrors of the underworld emerge to wreak bloody vengeance upon any who... hmm? what's that? you wanna go literally anywhere else? yeah, good idea let's get out of here
Directed by Joe Nicolosi
Written by Joe Nicolosi and John Freiler
Produced by Stephanie Noone
Shot on the Red Scarlet
Director of Photography: Drew Daniels
Music by Danny Gray
Visual Effects by Moontower VFX, Ray Pena and Greg Omelchuck
Cast: Alex Dobrenko, Ashley Spillers, Jessie Tilton, Sam Davis, Brandon Potter, Sam Eidson, Katie Folger, Sam Van Metre, Deke Garner, Jonny Mars, Zack Carlson, Bryan Connolly, David Hess, Mike Gassaway, Jason Newman, Elise Garza, April Swartz, Isaac Solomon, Marc Calderaro, Matt Van Doren, Drew Daniels, Aimee Thomas, Brock England, Jenniemarie Jemison, Clay Crenshaw, Andrew Matthews, Katie Graham, Will Elliott, Mallory Culbert, Joey Hood
Assistant Director: Thomas Fernandes
Gaffer: Emmett Kerr-Perkinson
Art Department: April Swartz, Elise Garza, Stephanie Noone
Assistant Camera: Zach Sprague
Key Grip: Matt Van Doren
Sound Recordist: Landry Gideon
Sound Designer: Eric Friend
Colorist / Online Editor: Daniel Stuyck
Kate Eads, Erik Horn, Derek Gildersleeve, Willie Rockefeller, Alan Berg, Zach Loeb, Derrick & Shareina Garner, Clay Liford, Bradley Jackson, Dave Ward, Kayla Kromer, Tony Brummer, Andy Young ,Don Swanos, Owen Egerton, Kirk Johnson, Peter Dealbert, Isaac Solomon, Sarah Siegel, Thomas Humphreys, Zilker Park Boat Rentals
Great Hall Games, Quonset Hut, Delta Millworks
Director's note: We shot this piece in Sweden (Gävle, Strängnäs and Uppsala) on a "shoestring budget", using just one 5D-Mark II-camera (with Canon L-series lenses). Our very first mission was actually to help another company (Quixel) with some live-action shots/scenes to simply showcase their new texture-tool for 3d-models in games and movies, but instead we came up with this concept idea and created a full blown short film. Primarily, we wanted to do something visual and entertaining to simply present this concept and showcase Quixel's tools.
We did almost everything our self (with some 3d/texture/sfx help) and we used close friends/family members to be "actors", including myself playing the main character. So I guess that's why the acting isn't top notch and why we didn't use so much dialogue ;) BUT we also wanted to keep it very visual, we wanted to tell a story with pictures (and UI-text of course). That was a big challenge but I think we succeeded. In the end we're happy with the end result considering the conditions and people really seem to like it! That's awesome to see and very rewarding! / Jimmy & Eric"
For more information, please contact:
Manager: Scott Glassgold / IAM Entertainment
Production blog: http://www.jimmyanderic.blogspot.com
Company site: http://www.adaptproductions.com
Eric Ramberg: email@example.com
Jimmy Eriksson: firstname.lastname@example.org
"Chicken or the Egg" is an offbeat romantic comedy about a pig who has an EGGdiction to eating eggs. But when he falls in love with the hottest chicken in town, he must choose what comes first... the Chicken or the Egg.
A student animated short film by Christine Kim (http://christinelcim.tumblr.com/) and Elaine Wu (http://inspirale.tumblr.com/) from Ringling College of Art and Design.
Special thanks to our composer Laurent Courbier (http://www.laurentcourbier.com/fr) and our sound designer Mutante Media (http://www.mutantemedia.com)!
&for more stuff about the film, please visit https://www.facebook.com/COTEfilm
In 2071, where technology has brought mankind to the brink of colonization on a planet named Gaia, one astronaut takes on an isolated mission and discovers unearthly horrors that could bring an end to human life on this planet.