The Entrance Band
"Spider" from their new LP "Face the Sun"
Film by Paz Lenchantin
Lola Rose Thompson
LP release date Nov. 19 2013
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Adrian Belew, Tony Levin, Pat Mastelotto, Tobias Ralph, Markus Reuter & Julie Slick playing King Crimson's "B'Bom" and the beginning of "Thrak" during the "2 Of A Perfect Trio" tour.
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King Crimson are a rock band founded in London, England in 1969. Often categorised as a foundational progressive rock group, the band have incorporated diverse influences and instrumentation during their history (including jazz and folk music, classical and experimental music, psychedelic rock, hard rock and heavy metal, new wave, gamelan, electronica and drum and bass).
They have been influential on many contemporary musical artists and have gained a large cult following, despite garnering little radio or music video airplay.
Though originating in England, King Crimson have had a mixture of English and American personnel since 1981. The band's line-up (centred on guitarist Robert Fripp) has persistently altered throughout their existence, with eighteen musicians and two lyricists passing through the ranks; though a greater degree of stability was achieved later in their history, with Adrian Belew having been a consistent member since 1981.
The debut line-up of the band was influential but short-lived, lasting for just over one year. Between 1970 and 1971, King Crimson were an unstable band, with many personnel changes and disjunctions between studio and live sound as they explored elements of jazz, funk and classical chamber music.
By 1972 the band had a more stable line-up and developed an improvisational sound mingling hard rock, contemporary classical music, free jazz and jazz fusion before breaking up in 1974. They re-formed with a new line-up in 1981 for three years (this time influenced by new wave and gamelan music) before breaking up again for around a decade.
Since reforming for the second time (in 1994), King Crimson have blended aspects of their 1980s and 1970s sound with influences from more recent musical genres such as industrial rock and grunge.
The band’s efforts to blend additional elements into their music have continued into the 21st century, with more recent developments including drum and bass-styled rhythm loops and extensive use of MIDI and guitar synthesis.
King Crimson's existence has been characterised by regular periods of hiatus initiated by Robert Fripp, and their current status is ambiguous.
Despite online diary posts from Fripp suggesting that he does not feel a powerful desire to work within the King Crimson context, he and other members continue to work within the context of related "ProjeKCts" (an ongoing succession of spin-offs from the main band initiated in 1997, of which the latest example is the song-based "Jakszyk, Fripp and Collins").
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Making of film directed by Jake & Josh
The Bear & the Hare is the first John Lewis campaign to embrace the emotive power of animation, a filmic technique so evocative of Christmasses gone by.
Elliot and Yves took the two most traditional and time-honoured animation processes – stop-motion and traditional hand-drawn 2D animation – and combined them to create something innovative and unique. Their aim was to do almost everything in camera, using real lighting, lens and film craft to build a world where the audience can see and feel the painstaking work behind it. The 2D animation’s physical interaction with the set and the human imperfections inherent in the process create a hand-crafted piece full of heart and integrity.
The animation process involved constant shifts between 2D and 3D worlds. In order to achieve this complicated combination the whole film was first created in Blinkink Studios as a 3D previsualisation animatic with all the sets and characters built to scale. This allowed everything to be developed and planned alongside the modelmakers and animators, thus integrating the different disciplines and processes before the set was built or the characters were printed.
Aaron Blaise (Brother Bear, The Lion King, Mulan) and his team of veteran Disney animators at Premise Entertainment in Orlando, Florida, designed and animated the characters. The 2D-animation frames were printed onto mounted paper and cut with a laser. Each frame (nearly 4,000 in total) was then individually hand-labelled before going on set. Feature-film stop-frame animators then spent 6 weeks bringing the world to life.
The set was built by our production designer John Lee (Aliens, Fantastic Mr Fox, Frankenweenie) and his team at Shepperton Studios before being transported to Clapham Road Studios ready for the stop-motion shoot.
Post-production was done in-house in Blinkink’s animation studio, and the final grade was completed at MPC.
Elliot Dear & Yves Geleyn
James Stevenson Bretton
Premise Entertainment LLC
2D Animation Supervisors:
2D Line Producer:
Head of Clean-up 2D Animation:
2D Clean-up Artists:
Mi Yul Lee
2D Compositor/Scene Setup:
2D Artistic Coordinator:
2D Digital Artist:
2D Lead Colourist/Coordinator:
Assistant 2D Colourist:
2D Illustrator Technician:
The Graphical Tree
Robert Frank Hunter
Robert Frank Hunter
3D Technical Director:
3D Previsualisation Artist:
Lead Stop-Frame Animator:
Production Designer/ Supervising Modeller:
Art Department Modellers:
Yossel Simpson Little
Art Department Assistants:
Director of Photography:
Sam Sneade at Speade
Ellie Johnson at Speade
Sam Robson at Factory Studios
Jean-Clement Soret at MPC
‘Making of’ Film:
Jake Hopwell & Josh Hine
Adam & Eve DDB
Executive Creative Director:
Aidan McClure Laurent Simon
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