Dana Corrigan is working on a pilot for an animated TV series and will be pitching it to Nancy Spears, from Warner Brothers, on March 10. Here is her description of help she is looking for:
“The pilot won’t be finished by then, but I will be showing her a trailer of the pilot (using only completed shots, so the trailer should look complete) and the animation bible. I am looking for motion media help with the trailer, as well as a title sequence later for the pilot. We are in crunch time with the film right now, and will finish as many shots as possible. Here is the most current version of the film, which contains all of the shots in various states of completion – http://fatesagathesis.blogspot.com/2011/01/fate-saga-version-22.html.
Here is a current version of the trailer – http://fatesagathesis.blogspot.com/2011/01/fate-saga-pilot-trailer-version-8.html This trailer is definitely far from perfect, but is the closest mock-up of what I’m looking for that I can produce. If anyone who’s working on it has a better idea for the graphical arrangement, I am definitely willing to compromise. The text right now is just a stand in (and a hideous one at that. lol) I am definitely looking for help with communicating the text better – whether or not it’s over a black screen or over the film. The music is part of the film’s original soundtrack, composed by Ryan McCullough. I have his permission to use it for the trailer and can provide the whole version of the song if needed.
Although the chances of Fate Saga getting picked up are slim (as is any series idea that’s being pitched), if it does get picked up then this could become a job opportunity. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thank you!”
Just a reminder the first MOMELove Meeting of the quarter is Tuesday, January 18th at 8pm in Montgomery 311. The date was changed because of MLK day, but the rest of the meetings will be on every other Monday.