Employing inventive uses of practical effects, Jamie Stone’s Sci-Fi short Orbit Ever After tells the story of two star crossed lovers attempting to bridge the gap between them. Jamie joins us on DN to discuss shooting convincing wire-free zero gravity and the benefits of stealing ideas from your early scripts.

Orbit Ever After (2013)

Nigel has fallen in love. But when you live in orbit, aboard a ramshackle space hovel with the most risk-averse family imaginable, it isn’t easy to follow your heart – especially when the girl of your dreams is spinning around earth the wrong way!

A lot of the fun for me is about working out how I can do these ideas that should rightly be animations.

3 Responses to DN298: Orbit Ever After – Jamie Stone

  1. Nic Billington says:

    I’ve known Jamie for years now, ever since I was like 3 or 4. He has changed so much since I met him, I would love to see him become a large well known movie director some day!!

    Ps. I heard Jess barking in the background 😉

  2. claire says:

    is there ANYWHERE I can find orbit ever after????????

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