Life after pi – a must see for all involved in our business.
Congratulations to all winners! I salute you!
Film | Animated Film in 2014- Win Frozen: Chris Buck, Jennifer Lee
Check out this teaser trailer for Redeem: The Beginning. A probono film project with vfx from the students in Eksjö at Campus I12 and post production by Cloudberry Post. They also received help from Zentropa and final sound mix from SOUND WORKS (http://soundworkscollection.
Another interesting fact is (for us who are martial arts fans) that the main actress trained martial arts for 8 months and all fighting scenes are full contact martial arts.
Enjoy and looking forward to the full thing.
Sweden’s first s3d 3d animated feature in S3d – BEYOND BEYOND has been selected for The Berlin Film festival. Great job Petter and team!
Danish director Esben Toft Jacobsen – known in these parts for his debut feature The Great Bear – is once again selected as part of the Berlin Film Festival with his sophomore feature Beyond Beyond and we’re pleased to present four clips from the film for your perusal.
Copenhagen Bombay and the team behind Esben Toft Jacobsen’s second feature film Beyond Beyond are happy to announce that the world premiere of the film will take place in Berlinale’s Generation Kplus section, in February 2014.
The story about the little rabbit Johan who sets out on an adventure of his own has been highly anticipated, and has been pre-bought by distributors in several territories. The film will throughout 2014 premiere in France, Belgium, The Netherlands, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Russia and South Korea. Also the German FreeTV rights has been acquired by SuperRTL prior to completion.
Beyond Beyond has been produced by Copenhagen Bombay in coproduction with Film i Väst and Noble Entertainment, who will release the film on March 21st as the first Stereoscopic 3D film produced in Sweden. The team has been working on the film since early 2012, and the animation has taken place in Copenhagen Bombay’s own animation studios in Copenhagen and in Stockholm.
Kung Fury is an over-the-top action comedy that has it’s foundation in 80s cop movies written and directed by David Sandberg.
David and team are looking for funding via Kickstarter and they already reached $ 325000 (pledged for $ 200000). Very impressive! Read more at http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/kungfury/kung-fury
Written & Directed by David Sandberg.
Produced by Laser Unicorns, Lampray and Salmon Fox.
Cinematography by: Linus Andersson, Martin Gärdemalm, Jonas Ernhill and Mattias Andersson.
Aerial Cinematography by: Henning Sandström.
VFX by: David Sandberg, Klas Trulsson, Simon Tingell and Jimmy Sahlin.
Starring: David Sandberg, Joanna Häggblom, Leopold Nilsson, Andreas Cahling and Per-Henrik Arvidius.
More epic inspiration. This time from Blur.
The russian’s are coming. That’s what my Captain used to say to us when we I did my military service (100 years ago).
In this case it is in a very good and impressive way. Check out this epic breakdown from Moscow based main road for their feature film work with “Stalingrad”
Check out stormstudios compositing on Swedish children feature film LasseMajas Detektivbyrå – Von Broms hemlighet.
Read more at http://www.stormstudios.no/lassemaja
PRODUCTION COMPANY:Svensk Filmindustri
DIRECTOR:Walter Söderlund,Pontus Klänge
VFX SUPERVISOR:Morten Moen,Fredrik Pihl
PRODUCTION YEAR:2012 / 2013
This movie was special because it was filmed entirely in a greenscreen studio. All backgrounds and sets were created digitally, and only the things that the actors interacted with directly were physically present in the studio. Even some things that the actors do interact with were done as digital props and set pieces. Even cars were painted green and replaced with cg versions. The pre-production on this film was long and detailed. Storm Studios was responsible for planning and leading the digital work. The cg was done by the Swedish company Mad Crew, and compositing was done by storm Studios.
All shots were blocked out using the 3d set in advance, and the camera placement and movement was transferred to a motion control camera in the studio. Before each take, a floorplan of the current digital set was projected onto the floor and marked with tape and stand-in green walls, stairs etc so that the actors could navigate the invisible world. The director and dop could see a rough rendition of the set comped live with the actors. This image was also shown on a large monitor visible from the studio so that actors could get a feel for the world they were in.
This was the largest undertaking we have had since we did the animated feature film Free Jimmy, and we are proud to have been part of Scandinavia’s first feature made in this way.