A craggy wasteland is visited by a flying egg-orb only to become stranded in the desolate terrain. The native knuckle-draggers realize this is something special when it starts blinking, so they place it in full view of another planet, presumably earth!
An impressive CG dystopia where droids drown in conformity and systemic oppression, is suddenly liberated by the insurgent logo of the Sc-Fi-London Film Festival.
What can only be considered an “anti-beauty” sequence actually works incredibly well in the hands of Denial Of Service. A tremendous achievement!
This piece is a refueling station for when your creative juices drain to dangerously low levels. The neon, Pollack-esque visuals are likely to scald some sort of reaction out of you.
Channel One is an uncommon country-wide network in a state as large as Russia, thus the idents are broadly appealing. There’s a lot of interpretation for one so inclined, not least of all is the reference to Sydenham’s Crystal Palace which inspired Chernyshevsky’s utopian vision in his 1863 novel “What is to be Done?”
Intended as a mandala of sorts, this animated opener introduced a segment called Work In Progress at Vancouver’s Blend Fest 2015.
See how a recent crime caper from the Czech Republic was shot and composited in this handy breakdown.