What’s awesome about these sound snippets, beyond their individual sonic values, is how they conjure up all the visuals and emotions that came with the rest of their respective scenes. (Thanks, Wardinger)
In the mood for more? Watch the SFX-laden “Latte”. Or watch the Darren Aronofsky-directed spots we created for The Meth Project:
What’s better than the Steve Perry singing along to Don’t Stop Believin’ at a SF Giants game? Not much. But this supercut of the lyrics “sung” through classic movie scenes does give you a decent warm ‘n fuzzy feeling about the song. And the flicks. Even if the herky-jerkiness makes it sound like William Shatner doing celebrity impressions of Journey singer tryouts.
Jack is one busy, bearded guy. We met up in NYC this summer where he was hard at work promoting the competitive beard-growing reality show, Whisker Wars. Then he was off to Pennsylvania to host the National Beard and Moustache Championship. All the while being featured in a Jeremy Fish art piece and in a beauty of a short film, Passion. See them both below.
No word on the official soundtrack but this Radical Face tune, used in a Nikon spot in the past, suits this teaser like a custom score. Currently titled The Goodwin Project, the movie is literally an adventure in the making which follows the Goodwin family—surfers Aamion and Daisy, with their two children in tow—around the world. One of my friends is on the crew documenting their travels and it sounds pretty damn interesting. See where they’re at now at The Goodwin Project.
“… this beautifully shot film follows the lives of a group of young skateboarders in Afghanistan. Operating against the backdrop of war and bleak prospects, the Skateistan charity project is the world’s first co-educational skateboarding school, where a team of international volunteers work with girls and boys between the ages of 5 and 17, an age group largely untouched by other aid programmes.”
For anyone new to or unfamiliar with the TRON story, this trailer lays it all out there for you. For nerdcore fans, it gives plenty more to chew on without shedding too much light on things. (See what I did there? Yup, italics.)
That said, I don’t want to see another frame until it’s on a big-ass IMAX. One more month …