Scott Geersen on working with some of the world's best motion & sound studios to explore the nature of reality in collaborative title sequence 'TEDxREAL'.
Animation, Asides, Film Festival
Detroit studio Gunner raise a delightful menagerie of colourful critters in their playful evolution of ideas title sequence for animation festival Blend.
Animation, Art & Fashion
Scott Geersen tells DN how he safeguarded humanity's 'Legacy' for the future in his breathtaking title sequence for the 10th anniversary of TEDxSydney.
Chris Bjerre's OFFF 2019 titles envision a parallel universe where infrastructure and power have collapsed freeing the way for organic life to evolve.
Sydney motion studio Substance tells DN how they expressed the iterative journey of creation in their epic sci-fi title sequence for Nodefest 2018.
John Morena reveals the unique methods he used to create an authentic title sequence for Netflix true crime documentary series 'Evil Genius'.
Scott Geersen tells DN how he met the weighty challenge of summing up the good & the bad of our species in his 'Humankind' title sequence for TEDxSydney.
Animation, Art & Fashion, Asides
In his TEDxSydney title sequence Scott Geersen traverses a CGI rendered gallery in which humankind’s present & potential future collide with the past.
Guido Ekker gives DN a magnified view into the creation of his title sequence for Gonzalo Fernandez's short film 'Chimera'.
We’re suckers for a good title sequence here at DN and you could say that animation is also very close to our hearts, so it was pretty much a foregone
Asides, Live Action
Mankind devolves into a homogenise soup of slaves to groupthink, stifling any opportunity for originality or creativity in Ian Ruschel’s fantastically
If you’re busy kicking arse and taking names in your very own Marvel Studios “One Shot” short, then you’re gonna want to make sure
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