Juice Production Newsletter #9

Juice Production Newsletter #9

We are beyond excited to announce that Juice is complete and available for your viewing pleasure! It is a surreal and bittersweet feeling to finally have the film finished. After working on Juice for the past eight months, it has become a major part of our lives. Releasing our art into the world is both a scary and magnificent feeling. We are so proud of all we have learned and accomplished through Juice and are even more inspired to make our next film. Thank you for your support, we could not have done this without you.

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Juice Production Newsletter #8

Juice Production Newsletter #8

Friday, March 23rd, we will be releasing Juice to the public via Vimeo, so take advantage of your early screenings while you can. We will also be releasing promotional trailers for the film between now and March 23rd through our Facebook page, www.facebook.com/thefilmjuice. If you haven’t already, be sure to give our Facebook page a like to stay instantly updated on all things Juice.

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Juice Production Newsletter #6

Juice Production Newsletter #6

This week’s newsletter is going to be a quick update on our progress in Juice’s post-production and how we stay organized with approximately 15,120 frames of footage to keep track of. Our primary in-house goal for Juice’s remaining post-production is to complete the audio/soundscape and visual effects. Before beginning the tasks of creating the audio and visual elements, we first made maps of what needed to be accomplished. We broke down the film into shot-by-shot segments and recorded the shots’ SMPTE timecode to allow for easy navigation.

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Creating "The Multiplane Camera"

Creating "The Multiplane Camera"

"The Multiplane Camera" is a short motion graphics film on Walt Disney's use of the multiplane camera. Although Disney's name is on the patent, the multiplane camera's earliest history can traced back to Lotte Reiniger in 1926 Germany, for her color-tinted animated film The Adventures of Prince Achmed. Since then, Walt Disney Studios' innovations of the multiplane camera have evolved through 80 years of Disney classics.

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