I stumbled upon this YouTube video of one of the last interviews of Orson Welles. He still astounds me as an actor, director, and individual. I don’t think he was always right, but he wasn’t always wrong, either.
We learned over the weekend that our short documentary “Growing Our Own” will be showing on the Sun & Sand Film Festival next month! We’re super stoked that more people will be able to hear the story of The William Winter Institute for Racial Reconciliation’s Summer Youth Institute! ‘Growing Our Own’ from Spot On Productions LLC on Vimeo.
You may have heard that Game of Thrones episode Valar Morghulis won an Emmy for best special effects, done by Pixomondo. Ever wondered how they were done? The CGBro has posted a video featuring swipes at how Pixomondo built the world of the Seven Kingdoms, and how they made it seem so believable. And, of course, the dragons. Everyone wants […]
Here’s a series of spots we’ve done over the years for the fine folks at the Mississippi Development Authority. Still helping Mississippians recover from Hurricane Katrina…
YouTube user XXxOPRIMExXX has been uploading an homage to Stanley Kubrick’s brilliant film “Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love The Bomb” that involves stop motion animation of Lego mini-figs on Lego built sets. The results are a little weird, and quite fun. via BoingBoing