Whenever I am walking during a lock-up
Whenever I am walking during a lock-up
Re-post from http://lifebelowtheline.blogspot.com/
How tall’s a sound person?
I don’t know, I’ve never seen one stand up.
What’s the difference between God and a DP?
God doesn’t think He’s a DP.
How many ADs does it take to change a lightbulb?
Lightbulb?! Nobody said anything about a lightbulb in this shot!
How many producers does it take to change a lightbulb?
Does it actually have to be a lightbulb?
How many agency producers does it take to change a lightbulb?
That’s not funny.
How many directors does it take to change a lightbulb?
Just one more! Just one more!
How many wardrobe people does it take to change a lightbulb?
DON’T TOUCH IT IT’S BEEN APPROVED!
How many ACs does it take to change a lightbulb?
Three. One to change it and two to talk about how they did it on the last job.
How many sound guys does it take to change a lightbulb?
Four. One to change it, and three to stand around saying “I was offered that job.”
How many prop people does it take to change a lightbulb?
Five. One to hold the lightbulb and four to turn the ladder.
How many electricians does it take to change a lightbulb?
Six. One to change it and five to complain about the catering.
How many grips does it take to change a lightbulb?
I’m not an electrician.
What did the production manager give his kids for Christmas?
Nothing. But he promised he’d make it up to them on the next one.
How can you tell when a teamster’s dead?
When the doughnut falls out of his mouth.
How can you tell the teamster kids on the playground?
They’re the ones standing around watching the other kids play.
What’s the difference between a sound recordist and a generator?
The genny stops whining when the shoot’s over.
An OPENSOURCE film about copyright, teenagers & internet.
Director / Writer: Julio Secchin
Producer: Luiz Felipe ‘Moe’ Couto
Cinematographer: Daniel Venosa
Assistant Director: Rodrigo Vasconcellos
Art Directors: Maya Dikstein & Laura Shalders
Costume Designer: Maria Catarina Duncan
Editor: Felipe Peres & Vincent Zoidberg, A.C.E.
Original Titles Design: Níkolas Pereira
Art Property Producer: Gabriel Cabral
Art Director Assistants: Livia Travassos & Manoela Medeiros
Original Music & Sound Design: Bernardo Uzeda
Sound Recordist: Diogo Valentino
1st Camera Assistant: Guilherme Rezende
2nd Camera Assistant: Marcelo Pizzato
Still Photographer: Gabriel Secchin
Additional Photography & Camera Operation: João Atala, Diego Quinderé, Lourenço Monte-Mór, Gabriel Mariani, Guilherme Rezende & Marcelo Pizzato
Special Effects: Equipe M
Continuity: Manuelle Rosa
Make-up Artist: Isabela Arêde
Casting: Rodrigo Vasconcellos & Duda Gorter
Assist. Production: Emerson Mendes, Nathalia Melo & Leonardo Batista de Brito
Set Manager: Rafael ‘Torah’ Silva
Gaffer: Danilson Souza Costa
Additional Gaffer: Baianinho
Best Boy Electric: Bartô
Starring: Pedro Ramôa, Gustavo Berriel, Rafaella Buzzi & André Ramiro.
Featuring: Marcello Biju, Guilherme Bellem, André ‘Fofo’ Chaves & Gabriel Frazão
special thanks to Andre Camara
I am thinking in changing the direction of this tumblr from Animation to Cinematography, so from now on, just epic cinematic shit its going to be posted in here! And for staters, one of the best brazilian cinematography that I;ve seen out there!
enjoy, rip, remix, steal, and enjoy again!
Music video for the band Danger Beach on Dream Damage Records.
Their album Milky Way can be downloaded here:
Character animation by Rodney Selby.
From his blog:
This video was a lot of fun to make. I had an Apache character I’d been doodling for a while (read doodles post from last year) but I wasn’t sure what to do with him until I came across this track on a website called New Weird Australia. The track was perfect, I got in touch with the band (Danger Beach) and started noodling out some ideas.
The track made me think of traveling but I think a lot of music video’s use this device so I was looking for a new way to show traveling without just having panning backgrounds etc. I thought it’d be cool if you could see more of where he’s going and where he’s been. This made me think of bending the plane he’s on like a roll of paper going through a print machine so we can see shapes of things to come. I added more rolls so he could move between planes which he does on the train ride. When it was set up I tried to think of different way’s this system could be used to illustrate a scene, starting with quite a simple desert scape and the inside of a cave to the more complex scenes with the train where the motion bleeds together. I’m already thinking about new projects where I can push this idea further. A more graphic less literal approach might be interesting.
The textures, colours and bits of postcard are a nod towards nostalgia for the old west as depicted in kids books and films. A big thanks to Rodney Selby who helped me out with the character animation so I could focus on the Illustration etc, I thought the Buffalo’s guitar playing was particularly nice.
The textures, colours and bits of postcard are a nod towards nostalgia for the old west as depicted in kids books and films.
A big thanks to Rodney Selby who helped me out with the character animation so I could focus on the Illustration etc, I thought the Buffalo’s guitar playing was particularly nice.
Apache (by oneedo)
Great animation, a little bit triply, but good nevertheless.
Is this new? or older than my paper mind?