A couple weeks ago, I gave a talk at 3D-Con about how I’m using Smitten 3D as a self-directed masters in filmmaking and animation. If you’re interested in low budget DIY indie animation, there’s a lot of behind-the-scenes fun in this presentation.
The animated segments of this presentation were originally screened in 3D. If you have red/cyan 3D glasses, you can view the animated (and live) segments of this presentation in 3D by skipping to the 55:38 mark.
The Simple Carnival’s “The Problem with Friends” will be screened at the the 3D Korea International Film Festival on October 28!
The Simple Carnival’s “The Problem with Friends” is being screened as part of The 3D Sideshow this weekend (Oct 9 at 12:30 PM) and next weekend (Oct 16 at 11:15 AM) at the Mill Valley Film Festival. If you’re in the area. go! MVFF is an awesome film festival and this should be a really fun program.
See if you can spot some imagery from “The Problem with Friends” in this poster. It took me a moment…
Woke up this morning to find out that my music video “The Problem with Friends” won Best Video at the 2016 National Stereoscopic Association Convention (3D-Con). A big thanks to Heidi Engel and Chris Belin for their musical contributions on the track. Also, a big thanks to the folks at the National Stereoscopic Association for the honor.
I’m pleased to announce that The Simple Carnival’s 3D music video for “The Problem with Friends” will have its world premiere December 12th at the LA 3-D Movie Festival in Los Angeles! And I’ll be there!
Big thanks to the 3D Korea International Film Festival for screening “A Geek Like Me” this weekend!
I’m pleased to announce that “A Geek Like Me” won the Perron award in the Short Animated 3D category at the 3D Stereo MEDIA summit this week!
Thanks to 3D Film & Music Fest in Barcelona for screening “A Geek Like Me” at the festival today!
An advance thank you to the Mt. Hood Independent Film Festival for screening The Simple Carnival’s “A Geek Like Me” tomorrow night. Wish I could be there!
Had a great time at the Mill Valley Film Festival last weekend.
Met a bunch of interesting, talented people. Got to see “A Geek Like Me” projected in the gorgeous Christopher B. Smith Rafael Film Center. Saw some great movies, and one memorably awful one. Met up with an old friend. Got to know some other friends better. Saw the lead guitarist from Metallica. Was interviewed on cable TV. Saw Yoda and Indiana Jones! (Kind of.)
As an aside, if you look closely at the 3D Sideshow poster from the festival, my hand-drawn mug is in the bottom row.