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Book of Henry Main Title

Client: Focus Features

We created this two and a half minute opening sequence for Colin Trevorrow's Focus Feature release, Book of Henry. The sequence animates the contents of Henry's journal, and in doing so, illustrates the inner-workings of this child genius' mind. Working closely with Mr. Trevorrow himself, we utilized a combination of 3D and hand illustration, capturing the pen strokes of our artists and projecting them onto paper texture within a 3D book.

Creative Director: Alan Williams

Executive Producer: Jon Hassell

Producer: Will Arnold

Illustrator/2D Animators: Max Strizich, Hannah Sung, Patty Wong

3D Animator/Compositors: Joe Pistono, Benjamin Jones

Editor: Jessica Ledoux

Coordinator: Krista Templeton

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