One of cinema’s great craftsmen, Saul Bass is a name you may not recognise, but you no doubt know his work- particularly his striking, minimalist title sequences. Let’s dive into the philosophy of his work and see what we can learn, and how we can apply it to other areas of filmmaking.
Director | Patrick Clair
Client | The Ink Factory
Network | BBC One
Designers: Paul Kim, Jeff Han, Kevin Heo, Felix Soletic, Nick Miller
Lead Animator: Raoul Marks
Animators: Youngsub Song, Lucy Kim
Special Thanks: Angus Wall
Director: Patrick Clair
Lead Animator / Compositor: Raoul Marks
Design & Visual Research: Paul Kim, Jeff Han, Felix Soletic, Maxx Burman, Henry DeLeon, Dan Alexandru.
Storyboard Artist: Lance Slaton
Lighter: Shamus Johnson
Animator / Compositor: Yongsub Song
Head of CG: Kirk Shintari
3D Artists: Jose Limon Jessica Hurst, Dustin Mellum, Rie Ito, Joe Paniagua
3D Rigging: Josh Dyer
Producer: Ben Foster
Supervising Producer: Carol Salek
Head of Production: Kim Christensen
Managing Partner: Jennifer Sofio Hall
Over the course of 5 years, Schoenmaker has crafted the opening sequence of what would be the tv series to make all other tv shows redundant: “The Adventures of Indiana Jones”!
Check out more of his work on his blog here
Mill+ recently continued their collaboration with OFFF, creating the title sequence to their latest on-the-road event held in Antwerp, Belgium. This weekend saw the grand reveal of the psychedelic sequence during the OFFF closing ceremony.
Title sequence for the James Bond film Spectre, directed by Daniel Kleinman and created by Framestore.
Read the full post about the sequences creation here