This represents a 10 minute glimpse into the world of CRUTCH, an indie documentary by Sachi Cunningham and Chandler Evans. See [link] for more.
In what has become a 7 year odyssey, the filmmakers have followed Bill Shannon, aka "Crutchmaster," across the US and around the globe to record the story of his ascension from an obscure street artist to an internationally acclaimed performer and choreographer. Now with over 200 hours of original footage, the Filmmakers have begun to unravel a complex narrative about an ambiguously disabled, multi-displinary artist who defies both definition and gravity. Due out in Festivals this Spring.
Shot mostly on a Panasonic DVX100a, and edited on FCP.
Directed by Sachi Cunningham and Chandler Evans
Edited by M'Daya Meliani and Chandler Evans
Music by (in order of appearance) Milosh "I'm Trying," Poets of Rhythm "The Jaunt," The High and Mighty "B-boy Document," RJD2 "1976," Culver City Dub Collective "The Count," Company Flow "Gigapet Epiphany," Junip "Turn to the Assassin"
Old school breaking footage from "BREAKIN'" 1984
For more info on Bill, please visit his site: [link]
Big shot out to Johnny Bachelier and the folks @ King Cut!
today i received this note in my inbox from the help desk:
"We have received some Help Desk inquiries from some of your watchers who are experiencing issues with not receiving your notifications concerning your deviations. This is a known issue that we have been working on and need your help in order to eliminate this issue. I have been asked by deviousTechnology to contact you and ask that you please submit 2-3 deviations (no scraps). They will be monitoring the submissions to figure out where the failure is occurring."
so, i figured it was high time to upload my animation!
this was my graduation project for my 4 year animation course at the utrecht school of the arts. it's a long commercial for a fictional company that i came up with, called Trichrome. i made it in TVpaint and Adobe After Effects.
This is my 4th year/graduating film from Sheridan College.
I chose to keep my film rough because I really wanted to spend as much of my time as I could animating rather than cleaning up, which is a lot of work. So no, I don't plan on cleaning it and colouring it, as much as I liked my workflow test, it's just too much work 8) Besides I kinda hate most of it already 8p
You can view it better quality on vimeo here: [link]
Film by Amanda Zima Original soundtrack by Dan Rodrigues