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How’s the Weather?

Though it’s been unusually cool in Chicago these days, our L.A. office has been heating up. Check out this latest project we worked on with the folks from High Wide and Handsome.  Working with Production Company Chromatic Films and director James Tooley, we put together these spoof Weather forecast spots for “Rift”, a new video game by Trion.  These are the web spots but they also finished for Broadcast and are airing on SyFy, FX, and G4!

Anna Patel edited all the spots while Jamin Clutcher handled the graphics.  Color by Tom Rovak, audio mix by Ryan Pribyl, and produced by Stacy Paris; as always, a true team effort from our brilliant staff.

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Roses are Red, Violets are Blue…

… and people everywhere today are either puking up 3 year old chalky hearts that Hallmark passes off as candy or their making others puke with their “cute coupledom”.

Well, whichever side of the Valentine’s Day fence you happen to fall on, Focus Creeps have a project coming up that you’re sure to find… sweeeeeeet!

Dream Trinity… it’s a film which follows San Francisco band Girls, Smith Westerns and Magic Kids on a cross country tour and it is sure to be the ultimate rock and roll romance film of 2011!

This film will be hitting the festival scene soon, so keep an eye out and enjoy this tasty, low calorie, non puke inducing treat and don’t forget to share it with someone you love!

Happy Valentine’s Day, from all of us at Foundation!

The Price is Right

Our graphics team recently finished a book trailer for Eduardo Porter’s new book “The Price of Everything”. Business journalist and New York Times editorial writer Porter delivers a popular explication of how supply and demand affect prices. A fascinating topic for the times we’re in.

Creative Director Curt Cooper spearheaded this project, supported by Motion Designers Kyle Shoup, Jenn Moody, Jamin Clutcher and Jesse Willis. Special thanks go out to our friends at Sponge and Earhole Music for the collaboration.

“Working on this project,” Curt says “was really a sign of our times.  Five years ago, you would never have seen an animated trailer/commercial for a book release.  With the diversity of advertising today, and the digital age of paperbacks becoming ipads, it’s an exciting time for creativity to flourish into new and exciting avenues.”

And why not? Why should movies and upcoming tv episodes get all the fun and hype? Books are a form of entertainment and media too long forgotten. Bravo, team!

Check this link out to view another book trailer we did for Bat Boy not too long ago for Weekly World News CEO’s book on the elusive urban legend.

Bat Boy Debuts!

In the mood to be terrified?  Click the picture below to meet… Bat Boy!

Keep your eyes peeled for the mysterious boy that has captivated and terrified the nation for years…

“Burning Ice” Ignites and Inspires

Anna Patel recently edited a trailer for new eco-revolutionary film “Burning Ice“, which documents 40 musicians, writers and artists as they embark on a 9 day journey off the coast of Greenland with the artist -led climate change project, Cape Farewell.

The film was directed by legendary director Peter Gilbert. If the end music track on this trailer sounds familiar, it’s because it’s an acoustic rendering of KT Tunstall’s new hit which dropped yesterday, “Uummannaq Song“.

The trailer is absolutely visually stunning and features music by the artists involved directly with the film. It is not to be missed if you are an eco-adventurer, nature lover or simply a concerned citizen of the world that wants it to be around long after you’re gone. Well done, Anna!


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