With over 450 scripted series airing in the US during 2016, it’s safe to say a show’s title sequence is more crucial than ever in helping it stand apart from the pack. Here’s the most interesting work we found this year plus three exceptional event titles that also deserve your love. [Read more]
Powered by a dark and dirty theme from Atticus Ross, Erin Sarofsky‘s titles for Animal Kingdom, John Wells’ new drama project on TNT, fill the luxurious 60-second run-time with lots of gritty atmosphere and high-speed, skin-throbbing needles. [Read more]
Take a look at the immense and painstaking effort behind the TNT “The People Network” by director Mischa Rozema and his production/post crew at PostPanic in Amsterdam thru agency Etcetera.
Mischa Rozema: “There was just no way to turn a script like that down, even though it had ‘IMPOSSIBLE’ written all over it. The complexity, the size, the craziness. Maybe that’s what really pulled me in to this. I just loved stepping into the unknown and finding out how we could make this work.”
“We decided to really push what could be achieved in camera by actually creating a full size human truck on the set. It worked by having a huge, truck-sized, metal rig that could be pulled by an actual truck. We then filled it with an incredible Czech stunt team (famous for big Hollywood blockbusters) that had been rehearsing for weeks and gave the whole project a realistic approach.”
Artists: Ed Dye, Sam BurtonStudio: Artistic Image Info from Artistic Image: “UFC wanted to see a different take on the larger than life moments in sports broadcasts. We designed a polestar that would travel and advertise the coming moment and make a graphics package unique to UFC’s modern sport.” [Read more]
Artist: Florian StumpeClient: Wiedemann & Berg Television Info from Stumpe: “I was approached by Wiedemann & Berg, a film production company, to develop a suitable style concept for the title sequence of “Add aFriend“, which was to be the first independent production of TNT Germany. “Since I was not entirely convinced by the suggested approach […] [Read more]