In the near future, a young animator is offered what should be her dream job, but, when she discovers the truth of the modern 'creative' process, she must make a hard choice about her passion for film.
Weezy (Louise) is a cerebral thirty-something soon to be married and unable to feel anything more than just fine about that. Weezy's girlfriends throw her an unwelcome bachelorette party ... See full summary »
Dr. Marlowe, a paleontologist and professor, finds a piece of a map pointing to the place where the Ningyo, the mythical Japanese creature, could be found. The legend claims whomever ... See full summary »
'Who is Alice' carries us on a darkly funny, compelling and sometimes cringe worthy journey into the highs and lows of what human beings will do to try to avoid pain and connect to ... See full summary »
Strange things are happening to the residents of a suburban town, who are tormented by a series of murderous characters both real and supernatural. As their tales intertwine, they weave together a haunting, inescapable night of terror.
In this immersive 360 degree first-person POV VR film, the viewer is dropped into a visceral, action-packed 3D cinematic experience usually seen in movie theaters, only this time THEY are ... See full summary »
Against all odds, Sophia Baker just scored her dream interview at the world-famous Semaphore Animation Studios -- who'd have thought a fan edit of one of their hit films could land her a shot at a job? But when she meets arch, mysterious executive Anne Palladon, she soon learns all is not as she expects behind the curtain. Every instinct Sophia has ever had about art in filmmaking is about to be challenged. Based on Nebula, Hugo and World Fantasy Award-winning author Ken Liu's short story of the same name, Real Artists asks a poignant question: In a dystopian near-future where big data, AI and natural language processing learn and create quickly and at massive scale, what role can a single artist play? Is Sophia a creative rebel who can make a difference? Or is the situation more serious than that?Written by
Cameo Wood started working on the script as early as 2013, and Tamlyn Tomita was the first person brought onto the project. See more »
In film school you probably learned that a movie is an intricate emotion-generation machine. We offer our audiences a perfectly crafted experience. We give them moments of laughter, perfectly oriented against occasions for pity. There must be exhilarating highs followed by terrifying, precipitous drops. We call these responses the "Emotional Chord". So, Sophia - how do you think we make sure our movies get the desired response?
You try and empathize with the audience... And wouldn't you try to ...
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Sympatico Jack is actually gaffer Ellie's dog. He was on the set during production. See more »