A behind-the-scenes look at a new film about artificial intelligence by the creators of Chef’s Table. Anyone who has watched a lot of science fiction knows it’s never a good idea to get on AI’s bad side. Get snarky with Siri and Alexa, and future artificial intelligence might just make an example of you during the robot apocalypse.
Robert Hranitzky’s unboxing parody “E-11: Standard Issues – Star Wars Fan Film,” has nearly a million views on YouTube and it’s easy to see why. Written, directed and created by Hranitzky, with the help of family and friends, “E-11” is no ordinary Star Wars fan film.
“HUXLEY” is an original post-apocalyptic adventure by Ben Mauro , a talented concept artist, character creator and world builder. Over a decade in the making, “HUXLEY” is a trailblazing project that spans NFTs, digital and physical collectibles, film, video games and ultimately immersive experiences in the Metaverse.
Patryk Urbaniak is look development lead at ScanlineVFX, an award-winning studio with seven locations around the globe. He’s also a huge Harry Potter fan who enjoys challenging himself with personal projects that involve learning new skills.
Leon Film’s “A Darker Shade of Magic” is an enchanting fan film-like trailer based on V.E. Schwab’s best-selling fantasy series “Shades of Magic.”
When Dave Koss, Matt Milstead and the rest of the team at Mograph.com were planning their newly launched 24/7 streaming channel, MographTV, they knew they wanted to include many different artists who could pop on in between shows in short videos offering tips, inspiration and whatever else they dreamed up.
The collective behind Argentina-based Playful Studios collaborates on a wide range of creative campaigns for clients all over the world.
When Jaguar Racing wanted to showcase its civic and racing electric vehicles around the world during a global pandemic, they turned to okean storytelling agency and Floss Creatives to visualize the excitement on the track.
John Robson has spent nearly 20 years creating award-winning content for top brands, film, TV and games. A Southern California native, he left Late Lunch, the studio he founded in 2005, behind two years ago to take on a director job at HouseSpecial in Portland, Oregon.
French director and motion designer Slimane Aniss always wanted to create an animated series and two years ago he got his chance.