Let’s create some Video Bumpers for: Request, Curator, & Announcement Videos.
VIDEO EDITORS: Cut together some quick bumpers for each type of video using these visual resources.
DESIGNERS: Contribute your visual designs for Animators & Video to remix into bumpers.
ANIMATORS: It’d be awesome to get these bumpers animated, perhaps featuring characters or graphics from the hitRECord.==
My collage of the TIFF 2011 HitRECord show.
Headed to #TIFF now, in fact.
1) Find a Photo on hitRECord
2) Write a Scene about the Photo
Let’s see what we can create together as a community RE: Childhood. We may even end up making an entire hitRCord Live Show based around this theme! :oD
Here is how YOU can contribute:
EVERYONE: RECord yourself talking into a camera about what you remember the most about Childhood or what your earliest memory was.
VIDEO EDITORS: Download footage & start cutting together RE: Childhood short films.
WRITERS / MUSICIANS / ILLUSTRATORS: Write a story, make a song, or draw a picture based on the theme.
PARENTS: Make art with your kids for this collaboration! You could RECord them telling a story or reacting to a story/character on hitRECord - or upload their artwork!
“The Tiny Book of Tiny Stories Vol. 2” is coming out soon & we’re making NEW TINY FILMS for the ebook release!
VOICE OVER ARTISTS: Select some Tiny Stories from wirrow’s Album HERE & RECord yourself doing some readings. Be sure to do multiple takes & be as creative as you’d like!
ANIMATORS & FILM MAKERS: Start taking the community’s Voice Overs & begin making Tiny Films. You can take inspiration from the Illustrations HERE or do your own thing with the visuals!
We need to work fast since OUR TINY FILMS DEADLINE IS MONDAY SEPTEMBER 17th!
Tiny Story by thedustdancestoo
This overwhelming desire to be close to you
directly conflicts with my intense fear of people.
Collider sat down with Joe and Dania to talk Premium Rush, Hitrecord and Don Jon’s Addiction among other things.
Some things we’ve heard already, but there are also a few interesting tidbits. Like what motivated Joe to do the movie:
I was in the middle of shooting 50/50, the first time that I read the script for Premium Rush, and it was very different. 50/50 is a movie about a guy fighting cancer, who’s body is giving up on him, and this was a character who was very strong and confident in his body. And riding a bike around New York City, all summer, sounded just like the perfect thing.
Or how directing a movie himself changed his perception of acting:
As an actor, it’s always important to understand what the director is after. That, to me, is my job. When I’m acting, I like to ask a lot of questions and understand exactly why the director is doing what they’re doing, so that I can provide him or her with the ingredients that they need to get the scene that they want. I asked a lot of questions of Dave [Koepp] because I want to understand where the director is coming from. It’s not to challenge them, in any way. It’s just so that I can do my job best. I can’t wait to act again, and not direct. They’re two very, very different creative challenges.
I think it’s interesting, that he can’t wait to act again after directing his first movie. Hopefully we’ll hear something about his follow up to Don Jon’s Addiction soon.
You can read the full interview by clicking the picture or going here.
In order to turn the art we make together on hitRECord into Monetized Productions, EVERYTHING WE UPLOAD MUST BE 100% ORIGINAL (or within the Pubic Domain) so that our community can legally remix it.
If you come across anything on the site that contains copyright material, you can Curate an Album & contribute it to the Copyright Flag Collab so we can remove it ASAP.
We really appreciate all of you who take the time to help monitor hitRECord for copyright. It’s such a big help in maintaining a community that includes works that we can all download & remix together.
help John Blake fight copyright crime. enlist in HitRECord now!
CALLING ALL ILLUSTRATORS: We need you to illustrate the Main Characters & Settings of the very funny Unicorn.
We need illustrations of: The Narrator (a teenage girl w/ a rifle,) her Ma & Pa, a dead Mermaid, and - of course - The Unicorn.
Give a listen to Take 2 of this “Unicorn” Voice Over to get a sense of the story’s tone.
Animation by cacheth
Visual REsource by A Copy of a Copy
Music by alexandrelemay
wirrow (Global Curator) writes:
what a wonderful little animation. this really ticks all my heart’s boxes, so organically drawn and enigmatic. who will come up with a tiny story for this mysterious little scenario?