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A look behind the scenes of MIIB to watch the foley artists at work adding all the background and special effects noises to the finished scenes... See more » | Add synopsis »
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That's a job!? Very interesting and funny short See more (2 total) »

Cast

 

Marko A. Costanzo ... Himself

George A. Lara ... Himself
Jay Peck ... Himself
Steven Visscher ... Himself
David Warzynski ... Himself

Directed by
Stephen Altobello 
Michelle Palmer 
 
Produced by
Stephen Altobello .... co-producer
Michelle Palmer .... co-producer
Andrew Reznik .... associate producer
Jeffrey Schwarz .... producer
 
Cinematography by
David A. Ford 
 
Film Editing by
Daniel Loyd 
 
Production Management
Russ McFarlane .... post-production supervisor
 
Sound Department
David A. Ford .... sound recordist
 
Editorial Department
Jeff Carlson .... assistant editor
Nathaniel Fregoso .... assistant editor
Anne Hall .... on-line editor
Richie Williams .... post-production assistant
 
Other crew
Scott G. Franks .... title designer: main titles
Jamie Hardesty .... researcher
Gina Miller-Parker .... office manager
Katey Ritrovato .... office manager
Chris Sikorowski .... researcher
 
Thanks
Stephanie Kemp .... special thanks
Skip Lievsay .... special thanks
Joi Perle .... special thanks
Barry Sonnenfeld .... special thanks
Mary B.R. Squillante .... special thanks
 

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That's a job!? Very interesting and funny short, 20 April 2003
Author: bob the moo from United Kingdom

A look behind the scenes of MIIB to watch the foley artists at work adding all the background and special effects noises to the finished scenes. Covering everything from an alien battle to Agent J walking across a floor, we see what they use and how they use it.

That's a job? This was my reaction upon seeing what this short was about. I could believe this ragtag group of individuals throw stuff around for a living. However watching this short really made me appreciate their work - work I have never really thought about before. I know that these people exist but I never think about how much they contribute.

This short does a good job of letting us hear from the people involved. It avoids being a promo for MIIB and the actual film they are working on is a mere detail. The people are all good-natured and you do feel bad for undervaluing them. Some of them talk very grandly about their profession and are a bit much but the majority are good humoured yet still manage to show that it involves skill and not just throwing stuff around!

This stood out from the other MIIB shorts as it is actually about the process rather than the film. It is quite interesting as it is funny to see them using day to day objects to get sounds that are used in a multi-million dollar sci-fi film that has state of the art visual effects!

It is interesting and funny and is well worth a watch. Easily stands out from the collection of MIIB production-documentary shorts.

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