7th June, 2013
Maintaining OFFF’s flawless hit rate for commissioning impressive title sequences which make you wish they were the opening moments of a feature, Ms.
Art & Fashion
6th June, 2013
Motion design graphics studio Breeder deliver a truly jaw-dropping opening title sequence for Analogue/Digital in which bodies are wrapped within a mixture
Animation, Art & Fashion
20th March, 2013
We’re big fans of the impressive festival openings which have come to heralded events such as Offf, but every now and then it’s nice to ramp
12th March, 2013
Whether you love their artistry or can’t wait for them to get out of your way, you’ve probably seen hundreds of opening title sequences through
26th February, 2013
David-Jan Bronsgeest’s forthcoming short MEDI tells the story of a woman losing herself in her limitless imagination. Aware that a large portion of
12th November, 2012
We love a good zoetrope here at DN, whether it’s Mark Simon Hewis’ life sized approach or David Wilson’s wolf headed promo for Moray
Asides, Live Action
1st September, 2012
Six friends come of age at the end of the world in Rob Chiu’s stunning dramatic short within a title sequence for OFFF Mexico.
22nd May, 2012
Is there a festival out there which hands out awards for the best festival titles? If so, I’m saying that OFFF Barcelona would sweep the board once
5th November, 2011
Ryan Kothe’s beautifully imagined title sequence Worn Out is “Based on how objects slowly deteriorate and wear down.” If you’re
25th July, 2011
If ever there’s a design documentary that absolutely needs to exist, it’s on the art and craft of the title sequence and those pioneers who took
Art & Fashion, Asides
2nd July, 2011
Clemens Wirth’s end title sequence for first World War drama Herbst is a lesson in the elegance of beautifully executed simplicity.
23rd June, 2011
Travis Hopkins totally nails it with a music video comprised of over 60 fictional movie title cards inspired by the lyrics of the Buck 65 track
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