Another case study created for The Producers Group. The only instruction I was given was to present more sizzle than “story,” a change up from previous case studies. Other than that, I was given complete editorial freedom.
The first cut was completed in time for the IAAPA Euro Attractions Show in Barcelona, Spain. I made a final pass soon after to clean up some technical wording and to swap in a different music track for this finalized version. It premiered at the IAAPA Attractions Expo in Orlando, Florida in November 2016.
The Producers Group has added this case study to their ever-expanding marketing efforts.
Cobra’s Curse opened in May 2016 at Busch Gardens Tampa in Florida.
The case study music was created by Kevin MacLeod. Please visit his site: incompetech.com
Three drinking buddies get hold of a time machine and decide to go back in time to punch Adolf Hitler every single day of his life.
PUNCHING HITLER hit the festival circuit in 2004 and had a very healthy run. HITLER was featured at the Cannes Marketplace, DaVinci Fest, The Valley International Film Festival, FilmStock UK and several other festivals around the world. Seen at over 22 Film Festivals and 5 countries!
Directed by: Edward S. Marks
Written & Produced by: Andrew Rubio, Edward S. Marks & Scott R. Miller
Edited by: Andrew Rubio
Awards for PUNCHING HITLER:
The Valley International Film Festival (CA)
WINNER, "People's Choice" Award 2004
FilmStock (England) International Film Festival
WINNER, Best Comedy Award
WINNER, Audience Award 2004
Da Vinci (OR) Film Festival
WINNER, Best Comedy Award 2005
DIY Film Festival Hollywood (Main Festival)
WINNER, (Honorable Mention) Best Comedy Award
"Blitzkrieg Bop" performed by The Ramones courtesy of Sire Records by arrangement with Warner Special Products.
PUNCHING HITLER was shot on a Panasonic AG-DVX100 at 24fps in 2003. It was edited on Final Cut Pro 4.
Startup company The Producers Group hired me to cut together their company reel using hours of attraction footage, tons of pictures and new interview clips shot on the Canon EOS 7D against a Green Screen.
I was given complete freedom over the edit which allowed me to create a reel that both I and the client were happy with. The Producers Group uses the reel on their website and social media pages ( http://www.producers-group.com).