Where Film Noir Lives...Too!
Tim Burton - a filmography from Martin Woutisseth on Vimeo.
Don't miss the next animation: Twin Peaks illustrated, more informations on the blog.
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Music composed by Romain Trouillet:
Designed and animated by Martin Woutisseth:
blog : http://mwoutisseth.blogspot.com
mail : contact(at)martinwoutisseth(dot)com
Animation made with mixing each Burton movies. Typography, colors, patterns and symbols are re-interprating. The old and the young Burton are both still working on their main passion : the stop motion, the fantastic and the gothic culture. Visuals are created from original posters, or from movies's scenes. If I couldn't find the right attitude, I drew it.
One of the most big challenge was to stayed sober in the animation without to seems poorly animated. One week before to upload officially, motivated friends saw it and gave me feed back on weak points to improve it the best I could. Three months was necessary to made it. Most of the time was spent to find the perfect visual for each movies. The thing was to make the fans of each movies enjoyed their favorite one.
Behind the animation: final visual and different step of the poster on this link: http://www.martinwoutisseth.com/41280/531044/home/tim-burton-a-film...
Behind the music: Romain explain how he create his specific music step by step (french)
Why Dark Shadow is not present ?
The contest limit was 5 min maximum, we couldn't add one more visual.
Where is Frankenweenie and Vincent ?
There are present, will you find them ? ;-)
Pillow of Death (Universal, 1945). One Sheet (27" X 41"). Horror.
Starring Lon Chaney Jr., Brenda Joyce, J. Edward Bromberg, Rosalind Ivan, Clara Blandick, George Cleveland. Directed by Wallace Fox. An unrestored poster with bright color and a clean overall appearance. It may have general signs of use, such as slight fold separation and fold wear, pinholes, or very minor tears. Please see full-color, enlargeable image [above] for more details. Folded, Very Fine-.There are several Of these posters on the market...However, this one sold for $191.20
Inner Sanctum Mysteries, a popular old-time radio program that aired from January 7, 1941 to October 5, 1952, was created by producer Himan Brown and was based on the generic title given to the mystery novels of Simon and Schuster. A total of 526 episodes were broadcast.
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