For the second year in a row Metro Productions’ sound designer Curtis Brown has been asked by the Richmond International Film Festival to head up the creation of a short opening video to kick off each RIFF screening. And I helped make it!
We’ve gone back to the couch for another round of monthly calendar photos. Available now for the first time, twelve brand new never-before-seen photos packed into one awesome wall calendar! If you like looking at us in person, you can have the next-best thing! Never feel alone again, let Deven and Lauren’s likeness comfort you all year long. For just $10, this amazing product can be yours.
No Mercy – A 48 Hour Film by Pixel Drop
Well folks it looks like Pixel Drop just won best film in the Richmond 48 Hour Film Festival for the second year in a row! Our team will once again be competing in the next round of the competition during the Filmapalooza Festival next year. Holy Crap! …Also check out some post-production behind the scenes below. Tutorial to follow soon…
Check back for a tutorial on how I created the knife stab… coming soon!
A promo for the Richmond International Film Festival 2016 created by Metro Productions. Thanks to Curtis Brown, Heather Waters, Brian Landis, Emily Wyman, Ryan Bedall, Kyle Head, Joe Ryan, Deven Langston and Mike Karmolinski
If you’d like to see a tutorial of the mask-reveal technique, send me a message under contact .