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Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Festival Info


In the Fall of Gravity has been scheduled to play at the Village East Cinema in NYC on September 24th at 8:00pm. Ticket info will be available soon and I will update this blog post when that becomes available. What I do know at this point is that the tickets are $12 when ordered online in advance and $15 at the door.




The following is an update on ticket purchasing information:


The ticket for In the fall of Gravity are now available for purchase from the festivals' website. The following link will take you to the page where you can order them, this film will be screened on the Wednesday of that calendar. I hope to see you there!

http://www.nyfilmvideo.com/2008/ny-fall-2008/schedule/schedule-ny-september-2008.htm

This film will be paired with an independent feature length film which follows, your ticket will be for both films. Click on the image above to view the movie poster in better detail.

6 comments:

idragosani said...

Stupendous! Wish I could make it up. Let me know when it will be playing in the DC area. :-)

emmyymme said...

Beautiful poster - almost a shame to see the character painted, it's such a great puppet - good luck at the festival!

Mysterious Ron said...

Originally, I had wanted to paint a poster for the film. I began my career as a painter and I had always marveled at the movie posters by Hildebrandt and Amsel to name just two. So naturally, my instincts told me to exactly that. But when I asked for the opinions of other stopmo fans, the majority opinion was that this film needed to advertised by the puppets themselves in the image and I took those opinions seriously and did agree with them. (despite my desire to do the painting)

Ultimately I split the difference, the image you see in the poster IS a photo. I applied a paint filter to it in Photoshop to retain the photographic look with a watercolor edge on it, just to give it some class.

It's not a shot from the film, I posed the Isomer puppet in a way that I thought would best symbolize the feeling of the film as a whole.

jriggity said...

Good deal dood!

I agree with your choice for the poster too.I was thinking of doing a 2d DVD cover for my film but realized it would misguide people from what the film is delivering.

so excited for you man! Huge deal to get on the big screen!

jriggity

freckles7 said...

rHello! My name is Veronica and I'm argentina. Study cinema in Buenos Aires and to approve a matter of the faculty I must do stop motion. I saw your works and your tutorial of how to make a mold for puppets of latex and seemed to me brilliant.
I must make a horse, and have some doubts on the mold. If you were so amiable I give my email you so that you contact with me, to have if you prune to help me.
Thank you very much. As sides my English is quite bad.
Sorry... :(

Vero

verobernadez@hotmail.com

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