Tom Leins scrapes the barrel in this week’s straight-to-DVD special!
Right, that got your attention. I don’t know if the next 10 years will see the death of celluloid and I’m confident that even if the major studios move to digital formats, there will be certain parties who are only interested in film as a medium.
The View from Here film festival launches with a free family animation workshop in Newton Abbot, on Saturday, November 28. We caught up with Lucy Jackson of Creative Workshops for Children, who is running the family animation day, to find out what will be in store
The band Monotwin, who have their home in Torbay and California are looking from someone to help make a music video of their Lullaby tune.
Well, this behind the scenes footage of Paignton filmmaker Ashley Wing’s new sci-fi short Fracture looks like just the most amount of fun a D+Cineaste could ever hope to experience.
Sometimes it’s easy to forget that even the biggest movies are actually put together by people like us – massive film fans.
One thing’s for sure, we can’t wait to see what kinda world Ash has created. So far it looks very much in the George Lucas (by way of John Carpenter) ‘used-universe’ style but we shall have to see.
We were gonna drag the footage over two days but we kinda figured that you lot would be clever enough to find Part Two on YouTube if you really wanted to.
Perhaps you could watch Part One today and Part Two tomorrow? Yknow, it’s really up to you.
Click through to watch the footage.
Don’t forget Ash is looking for skilled artists to help with 3D model work, texture work, compositing, 3D tracking and matte painting on the flick. Click here for details.
Oh, and click here if you wanna check out some of the concept art from the film.
Stay tuned to D+CFilm over the coming weeks for more news about Ashley Wing and Fracture.