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.
Vitaliy Shushko — art, story, directing (shushko.blogspot.ru/)
Elena Volk — 2d/3d-animation, compositing (vimeo.com/xolotzintli)
Pavel Mira — compositing, 3d-modeling, 3d-animation (facebook.com/pavel.andrushenko?fref=ts)
Denis Pisarev — compositing, 3d-modeling (vimeo.com/user3263313)
Timur Gibadulin — 3d-modeling (artstation.com/artist/gogigogigovich)
Viktor Gullichsen — music (soundcloud.com/vstorm)
Henri Keinala — music
DZA — additional music (soundcloud.com/dza)
Thomas Karagiannis — additional music (thomaskaragiannis.com)
Juhana Vihervaara — sound design
Tomas Ihonen — sound design
Florian Calmer — additional sound design (hypnago.com)
Vasili Zorin — (zorinvasili.tumblr.com/)
Pavel Vasin — (pagatcha.deviantart.com/)
Nadya Mira — (vimeo.com/nadyamira)
Ilya Shekiladze — (shekiladze.tumblr.com/)
Kubo and the Two Strings is an epic action-adventure from acclaimed animation studio LAIKA.
Adam, a concept movie put together by Unity’s demo team and made using Unity 5.4 (with a new cinematic sequencer tool) rendered in real-time.
You can download a free personal version of Unity here
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