At IF, we've had the opportunity to work on some incredible eco-conscious projects in the past. To celebrate Earth Day 2017, we put together a short film to honor the #PlasticFree Movement. If we all do a little, it adds up to a lot.
Artists who helped bring this vision to life:
Nathan Goodell: ... Continue Reading →
As voting opens up this week for the 2017 Emmy race, we thought it was the perfect opportunity to release a little sneak peak into the behind the scenes process creating our nominated titles for Outstanding Title Design; Marvel’s Jessica Jones and HBO’s Vinyl. We hope you enjoy.
Watch the full Vinyl sequence here!
Watch the full Jessica Jones sequence here!
Prepare to be blown away! Staff Designer Sekani Solomon released his short "Kendama Warrior" today. Watch on Vimeo, and look out for his presentation at SIGGRAPH 2015 on http://www.c4dlive.com #Kendama Maxon Cinema 4D
An over the top reimagining of the Japanese toy Kendama. Visual: Sekani Solomon Sound Design: Cooper Skinner Composer: EmmoLei Sankofa Created using Maxon…
For IFNY's Jeremy Cox, each project is "an excuse to learn something new." Check out his interview with Super Giant Ninja, the latest in their CREATE. INSPIRE. series https://vimeo.com/134301879
CREATE. INSPIRE. - Jeremy Cox
Jeremy is a director, designer, animator and compositor. He studied graphic design at the Ringling College of Art and Design and upon graduating joined the creative…
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Our veteran senior producer, Jon Hassell, recently stepped up to the role of executive producer out of IF’s New York studio. Here, he answers some questions.
Tell us about yourself. How did you get your start?
In a very strange way, I stumbled into this business by accident. I was a touring musician for years - I play guitar and sing, so I was in bands for a good part of my teens and twenties. On my off time, I... Continue Reading →
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