MORTAL KOMBAT

24 06 2010
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Heartless: The Story of the Tin Man

7 06 2010

“Whitestone Motion Pictures is proud to present Heartless: The Story of the Tin Man.

Based on the backstory of one of the most beloved childrenʼs novels of all time comes the extraordinary love story between a simple woodsman and a beautiful maiden. Not having many possessions but wanting to marry his maiden, the woodsman sets his heart to build a large and beautiful cabin.

L. Frank Baum wrote the back story to the Tin Woodsman in his book The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. Heartless: The Story of the Tin Man is Whitestone Motion Pictures retelling this little known story of the tragic arc of a beloved character who was once human, made of flesh and blood that turned into tin.”

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Whitestone Motion Pictures

The making of Heartless: The Story of the Tin Man:

Sound and Music:
[Vimeo http://vimeo.com/11385770%5D

Art Department:
[Vimeo http://vimeo.com/11384017%5D

Camera:
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Leave Me

27 05 2010

[Vimeo http://vimeo.com/4220803%5D

– By Daros Films





Street Fighter: Legacy

6 05 2010

‘Street Fighter-Legacy’ a Streetlight Films production, co-directed by Joey Ansah and Owen Trevor, produced by Jacqueline Quella and stars Jon Foo as Ryu and Christian Howard as Ken.

‘StreetFighter-Legacy’ a liveaction short film fan project, based on the popular Capcom gaming franchise: Street Fighter. Officially endorsed by Capcom

StreetFighter Legacy has been a labour of love and passion project for its creator, Joey Ansah, who not only conceived and pitched the project, but also co-directed, co-wrote and choreographed it, alongside cameo’ing in the film. Collaborating, creative partner and long time friend Christian Howard was part of the project from day one, co-writing the script and story elements, as well as further down the line, storyboarding the film, being assistant fight choreographer and most importantly playing Ken Masters.

Streetlight repped Australian Director Owen Trevor came onboard to co-direct the film. His experience and style carried forward from shooting on 3 series of the acclaimed ‘Top Gear’ have really been an asset to the project and given it a strong visual flair.

Promotional Photography by Theo Chalmers

– Behind scenes action:





The Raven

24 04 2010

[Vimeo http://vimeo.com/11099712%5D

Director : Ricardo de Montreuil
Producers: Ricardo de Montreuil & Eliz Eskeranli
Writers: Ricardo de Montreuil & Antonio Perez
Cinematographer: Andres Sanchez
Composer: Angelo Milli
Special Effects Supervisor: Aaron Burns
3D Modeling and Animation: Juan Somarriba and Francisco Concha
Visual Effects and Compositing: Ricardo de Montreuil
Editing: Ricardo de Montreuil
Color Correction: Santiago Padilla
Sound Design and Mixing: Martin Seltzer
Budget: Just $5,000
Format: RED 1920×1080
Special thanks: Filmosonido, CO3 and Converse

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Sorry I’m Late

14 04 2010

Shot from above in good ol’ stop-motion fashion.

– Made by Tomas Mankovsky

– Music Composed by Keith Kenniff
If you thought the credits didn’t show you enough on how this vid was made, then check out the creators website here for more:  Sorry I’m Late.